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The official entry blanks of a number of boys attending Browne already have been received at Derby headquarters, and others have been reported dispatched from the vari ous registration points. "Browne students usually have been among oflr most enthusiastic entrants in the Northeast," Derby Director çharies Kohen commented In announcing dedication of the clinic session to that school. "We are expecting another large con tingent from Browne to be on hand for the sixth running of the coaster race in July." During the meeting, the boys will have an opportunity to obtain an swers to their questions on Derby rules. ■ . "You dont have to be an entrant to attend the clinic," Mr. Kohen em phasized. "We want all Browne students to be our guests—and fel Soap Box Derby Guide The Washington Soap Box Derby is a coaster car race for boys sponsored by The Star and the District Department of the American Legion. Boys 11 to 15, inclusive, and those reaching their 11th or 16th birthdays in the period from June 1 to August 17, inclusive, are eligible. Official rule books are issued on registration with a Chevro let dealer in the Washington area. Entry blanks must be signed by a parent or guardian. The coaster cars must be boy built at a cost of not more than $6 in addition to the amount spent for wheels and axles. Precision wheel bearings are prohibited, but ordinary ball bearings are permitted. These maximum limits are prescribed: Length, 80 inches; width, 42 inches; height, in cluding windshield, 32 inches; weight of racer, 150 pounds; combined weight of racer and driver, 250 pounds. lows from other schools, me well. Additions Derby entrants in clude: Claude Dickinson, jr., IS, of 234 Maryland avenue, Parkland, Md.; Thomas % Dunn, 12, of 216 Savan nah street SJL; Jade Lee Stacey, 13, of 210 Melon avenue, Parkland, Md.; Stanley D. Garthoff, 14, of 211 Uhler terrace, Alexandria; Thomas K. Amlong, 11, Route 4, Alexanderia ; Alan Buck, 13, of 16 Montrose avenue. Garret Park, Md.; Charles Wynn, 14, of 1325 Eighth street N.W.; Estoria Nelson, 14, of 1217 Eighth street N.W.; Walter S. I -* THE LATEST IN METAL Venetian Blinds CUSTOM MADE IN OUR OWN SHOP 2 to 10 Day Delivery CALL DU. 3656 2239 Go. Ay·. Clarke, 12, of 8820 Colesville road, Bllver Spring; Richard Brown, 11, of 8801 Pint avenue, Silver Spring. Also, Carleton Tischer, 12, of 9712 Lorain avenue, Silver Spring; Allan Q. Lambert, 13, of 4311 Columbia pike, Arlington; Edward Parsema, 15, of 119 Sixteenth street Ν JE.; Edwin Β. Lawless ΓΠ, 13, of 580 Edgewood street NUB.; Garrett E. Eaddy, 13, »f 1814 Riggs place N.W.; John Sanson, 11, of 4615 Langdrum lane, Ohevy Chase; Chuck Mulllns, 13, of S315 Twenty-eighth street N.W.; Robert Seam on, 12, of 4205 Jenifer street N.W.; Bill Dilley, 15, of 3739 àppleton street N.W.; and Tommy Sershey, 14, pi 13 Russell avenue, Qatthersburg, Md. (Read The Star for Derby News.) 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