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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 15, 1938, Oakland, California                                12 D OAKLAND TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1938 College Plans Birthday Fete Eastern Educator To Address Dinner Of St. Mary's Group ST. MARYS COLLEGE, April 14, Arthur A. O'Leary, presi- dent of Georgetown University, will address a banquet honoring the 75th year of St. Mary's College Tuesday evening in San Francisco. The banquet is one of a series of events commemorating the founding on June 9. 1863. o< the college and Is expected to attract former stu- dents from all parts of the State. Father O'Leary was professor of philosophy and ethics and librarian before his appointment to the presi- dency of the Eastern college. His speech will be broadcast over sta- tions of the NBC network. Other speakers will be Brother Albert, president of Mary's, and Archbishop John J. Mil'.y. Major-General Paul B. Malone, a member of the St. Mary's board of trustees, will act as toaslmaster. General Malone Is n former class- mate, of Archbishop Mitty at LaSalle College. Philadelphia. The banquet, to be held nt the Palace Hotel, will bo sponsored by former students of the Christian Brothers in San Francisco. WINS AWARD Prize Contest for Cachet Announced BERKELEY, April prize contest for the best design for a "cachet" to be used on airmail let- ters mailed at thu Berkeley postof- Jice during National Air Mail Week, May 15-21, has been announced by thfi Berkeley Chamber of Commerce. First prize Will be an air plane trip over Boulder Dam. Other prizes will b6 announced Jater. The fol- Idiving rules have been announced by F. M. postmaster and chairman of the cachet committed. 1. The contest is open to any clt- 12611 6f Berkeley or Albany without liniitdilion to the number of Entries. Each entry submitted must be des- ignated "professional" or "non-pro- fessional." 2. The best design will be used oh the official cachet. The judges will be Eugene Neuhaus, Miss Zina Jiidder and A. E. Weygers. 3. No entries will be received after midnight, April 28. Entries iriay be handed in at the main Berkeley posloffice or mailed to F. M. Whiting, postmaster, .Berkeley. 4. Entries should be submitted on paper Oxll inches in size. Designs, Which should be in single color, may be in line, wash, stipple, or any other type of drawing suitable for repro- duction. San Leondro's 'Sons' To Banquet Tonight j 7 ock at tlj Frank .Vegnr. p'.i announced today. I elt Cafe, charter member of the parlor, will pingl PlflnS hairman. te hor.orccl Edward King, John Lopes and j fOf Firemen's Ball to be held Saturday, April 23. in the are Amaral, A. and Hugho Pteii have been n-iSdo, B. X.' Fannuccm. 1 Whitiker, chairman of the arrange- j Profits from the affair are to be TELLS THE DIFFERENCE] HIGHLAND) SYRUP At Your Grocery Samuel W. Bean, of Ala- meda, totally blind for 30 years, who was presented with a specially built raised chess board by his fellow chess club members. Chess Club Honors Blind Champion ALAMEDA, April 14. blind for 30 years, Samuel W. Bean, 43, of 1807 Santa Clara Avenue, is nn outstanding chess player and cabinet worker. This week, as winner of the Ala- meda Chess Club's season tourna- ment, Bean was presented with a raised chess board, built especially for him by the club. Bean lost his siRht when he was 13, the result of being hit with a rock while playing. The blow also destroyed his hearing. The injury did not, ma- terially handicap him. In the hope someday his sight and hearing might be. restored. Bean kept mentally rind physically alert. In addition to winning his own club competition, he won the Ala- meda group's competition with the Mechanic's Institute of'Snn Fran- cisco. Bean docs expert cabinet work and strings tennis rackets between chess matches. 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