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Frank C. Gentry, Norman Anning, R. E. Horton, N. A. Court, H. E. Fettis, F. J. Duarte, J. E. Foster, M. S. Klamkin, Robert Bonic, Leon Bankoff, E. P. Starke, D. L. MacKay, Prasert Na Nagara, John Jones, Jr., Ward Bouwsma, L. C. May, H. M. Gehman, P. D. Thomas, Dewey Duncan, Harry M. Gehman, H. W. Gould, Arthur Gregory, Mason Phelps, Fred Marer, Charles Salkind, L. A. Ringenberg, William Leong, H. F. Fehr, Vern Hoggatt, Malcolm Robertson, T. C. Wilderman, Joseph Kennedy, Richard Couchman, M. P. Fobes, V. C. Harris, B. K. Gold, Edwin Tabor, R. E. Winger, J. M. Howell, Monte Dernham, Norman Anning and M. Kraitchik
Vol. 26, No. 5 (May - Jun., 1953), pp. 277-290
Published by: Mathematical Association of America
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3029129
Page Count: 14
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