Includes Mabel Lonergan, Margot Cormack, Minnie Carlisle, Lillian Thogode, Gladys Merrilees, Garnet Hoberg, E. Camou, H. Farley, B. Coulter, H. Boysen, J. Alexander, H. Weiss, B. Darrell, M. Gustafson, R. Leaman, D. Proud, Jack Lunn, H. Huitfeldt, Willard Ross, Andy Anderson, H. Miller, J. Bernard, H. Swanson, E. Persson, G. Garibaldi, R. Hale, Jack Whalman, Jimmy Smith, L. Gianoli, P. Badaraco, F. Grass, J. Serfazo, A Labarthe, B. Saparart, B. Sada, M. Mikily, A. Demo, D. Debanetti, B. Sada, Max Ricci, Jack Taylor, E. Deardoff, S. Klitgaard, C. Attinger, S. Clark, P. Montalto, N. Sorich, E. Goetschmann, R. Sorich, J. Seremeta, W.G. Kratter, M. Mullaly, J. Giannini, W. DeMartini, G. Tedell, J. Colomba, B. McKenna, B. Miller, F. Hill, J. Flaherty, Al Roselli, Leo Pierce Dybal, J. Whalman, L.B. Graham, L. DeMello, L. DeVeux, A. Doyle and J. Flaherty. (women)
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