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Anagrammer

A Web page that finds anagrams through an interactive procedure.

For info about the mobile app version of this page, see ana-grabr.

Brief Explanation

This Web-app helps you to find anagrams: rearrangements of the letters in a word or words. For example, an anagram for “stop” is “pots”. Others are “tops” and “opts” and “spot” and “post”. Of course, another anagram for it is “sotp”, but that is not a word, and we are mostly interested in anagrams that are real words.

There is also an Italian version of this page.

The words you start with, the given words, are referred to as the source. Here is the way you use this page.

  1. Type the source words into the top field, labeled “Source text”. When you are done, hit the tab key.

  2. The computer puts into the “Words that fit” field a list of words that can be made out of the letters in the source. Capitalization and spaces are ignored.

  3. Click on a word in the list. Its letters are subtracted from the source text, and the remaining letters go in the text field “Remaining text”. The word you clicked goes into the “Anagram” field below. The “Words that fit” field is updated to contain those that fit into the remaining text.

  4. Repeat the procedure to continue fitting words into the original source text. If you find a complete anagram, there will be no remaining text.

  5. At any point you can click the “Back” button, which will undo your most recent step.




See Also

  • LL(1) Parsing — A Web tool for generating a parse table and using it to construct a leftmost derivation.
  • Enumeration — A Web tool for finding permutations and combinations.
  • The 3D Pages — My JavaScript implementation of interactive 3D graphics .
  • The DSP Pages — Explaining the Fourier transform in the discrete domains.
  • DSP FAQ — DSP in thirteen lucky and easy steps.
  • The Chaos Pages — A series of pages exploring iterated systems.
  • The Golden Ratio Pages — A similar series of pages exploring the famous ratio.
  • Gear Ratios — These may not be golden, but they are important for people who ride and work with bicycles. Available as a mobile app and a Web page.
  • Gaussian Elimination — A Web tool for reducing matrices to row echelon form.
  • Graph Clock — A good example of using JavaScript to make a self-modifying Web page, and a little puzzle about elementary connected graphs.
  • Regular Expressions — Sometimes a non-match can hang the system.
  • The Z-Board — A new kind of MIDI controller.


Remarks

I got interested in this as a programming topic reading the Programmer’s Challenge in MacTech magazine. The solution came out a few months later and I immediately applied it on the Unix machine I had at work. It came up with all the anagrams that would fit a given set of words: this often ran to thousands or hundreds of thousands of anagrams, often pretty unintelligible.

Sorting through all the possibilities posed a new challenge. At first I wrote Perl filters that would weed through the long lists. But then I decided I needed a more interactive solution. I rewrote Larry Landry’s clever solution as a HyperCard XFCN and built a HyperCard “stack” similar to this page. I had lots of fun with it, as did others.

But the years passed, and Apple eventually let go of HyperCard. What to do? I have re-implemented the stack as a Web page using JavaScript. I am using a “naïve” algorithm for word-fitting, but these days CPU cycles come much cheaper. Alas, web page rendering is not so uniform, and this page does not work too well on some mobile platforms. But perhaps it will come, re-implemented once again, to your favorite cell phone soon! Or another tool like HyperCard will rise from the ashes. There is LiveCode.

Favorites

Here are some anagrams that I have worked out. If there is enough interest, I will add a feature to this page that lets visitors add their own anagrams. Most of the fun ones come from people’s names, but I will have to withhold them since my friends might not like to see their names and anagrams splashed all over the Web. But go ahead and work on your favorite names!

  • Macintosh
    • O thin scam
    • Is not Mach
    • Macho nits
    • Inca moths
    • Mint chaos
    • Antic mosh

  • mathematician
    • Thematic mania
    • I am the main act
    • I came in at math
    • Can imitate ham

  • intermediate language
    • Delineate a Turing game
    • Generate glad minutiae
    • I generate adult enigma
    • Teenage digital manure

  • professional responsibility
    • Risible litany of oppressions
    • I pitilessly nab Professor Ion
    • Passion for pot in beer is silly
    • Apostles in prison, boil ye firs
    • Leftys bless a priori opinions
    • Sis flops in plebeian sorority
    • I foil poor Leninist passersby
    • I’ll peer into abyss of sin, Spiro
    • Sir Spiro, I fell into open abyss
    • I rip Pliny, so less reason to fib
    • Sly Serbian opposition fliers
    • Abet Renoir in silly piss spoof
    • Inept probe of o so silly raisin
    • Inspire less probity in a fool
    • Inspire nolo plea by Osiris
    • Finesse silly bar proposition
    • Sole bison fossil in Tipperary

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  • Contradiction Bounded by Water; That is the land called Ireland and its people -- the subjects of many ...
  • FLEMING'S ROLE
  • Portrait of the Planet 'Oceanus'; In the deep of the oceans, which cover so large a part of the surface ...
  • Germany's Cabarets Laugh at Politics; In cramped cellars, satirists fire darts at complacency to prick ...
  • HELP WANTED
  • Britain's Conservatives -- And Ours; Any similarity between the two breeds is mostly coincidental, says ...
  • LEGACY OF D-DAY
  • PRECEDENT
  • SKIPPERS ARE WARNED; Y.R.A. Urges Provision of Handy Life Preservers
  • MANHASSET CRAFT WIN; Resolute Boats Beat Quincy Adams Class on L. I. Sound
  • HOAD DEFEATS SEDGMAN; Gains Three-Way Tie for Top Place in Pro Tennis Play
  • Mates' Display Skill As Navigators; Jersey Women Take Cruiser 800 Miles Up the Waterway
  • DU PONT TRIUMPHS IN LIME ROCK RACE; Averages 76 Miles Per Hour in 10-Lap Contest -- Rain Halts Cars in Feature
  • White Mist Is Victor in 2-Day Cruise; YAWL'S TIME BEST AMONG A-1 BOATS
  • CORNELL TOPS COLGATE; Double Steal in Fifth Gives 1-0 Victory to Big Red
  • YALE NINE IN FRONT, 4-2; Princeton Game Called After Fifth Because of Rain
  • Capitalistic Automobile Rally Infiltrates Soviet Union Sports
  • Rain Cancels Auto Racing
  • WUNDERBAR WINS CITY ISLAND SAIL; Cutter Beats Contessa by 28 Seconds on Corrected Time in 24-Mile Race
  • Itinerant U. S. Coach Sees World; McGregor Has Aided Many Quintets in Thirty Nations
  • HUME'S YACHT FIRST; His Luders-16 Charette Takes Race Off Greenwich
  • Yale Crew Elects Clark
  • Dodger Wins Trophy in Yacht Series; JOHN'S CRAFT 4TH IN THIRD CONTEST
  • Mulloy Reaches Tennis Final
  • BEDLINGTON IS BEST IN BRYN MAWR SHOW
  • MIDDLE STATES VICTOR; Beats New England Women in Sears Cup Tennis Final
  • Italy, France, Britain Gain
  • Article 14 -- No Title
  • PATTERSON OPENS UP; Fells Sparring Partner After Taking 2 Smashing Rights
  • Article 13 -- No Title
  • Krishnan Defeats Drobny
  • Olmedo Triumphs Over Nielsen and Gains Title in Kent Tennis Tournament; PERUVIAN TAKES 8-6, 3-6, 6-4 TEST
  • Vermont Hires Line Coach
  • Giants' Farm Signs Hurler
  • Ylvisaker Polo Captain
  • UNCLE DAVE, $8.40, FIRST AT YONKERS; Hundred Proof Second and Ozark Chief is Third -- Mile Paced in 2:04
  • COW PALACE MAKES BID; $300,000 Gate Predicted for a Basilio-Fullmer Title Bout
  • PENN STATE TRIPS CONNECTICUT, 5-3; Benton Bats in Two Runs in N.C.A.A. Tourney Game -- Arizona Wins, 3-2
  • In The Mailbox; Three All-Star Games?
  • ORIOLES SIGN THREE; Powell, Florida Outfielder, Gets 'Five Figure' Bonus
  • COLORADAN, 19, WINS KAYAK SLALOM RACE
  • Johansson Protests Reports That He Isn't Training Hard Enough
  • DARTMOUTH WINS 3-RACE REGATTA; Beats Columbia and M. I. T. Crews in Varsity, Jayvee and Freshman Events
  • SENATORS SIGN OHIOAN; Jacobs, Infielder-Outfielder, Gets Estimated $25,000
  • Braves Enroll Pitcher, 17
  • Canny Scott Takes Pace
  • Article 12 -- No Title
  • McWithey Wins Auto Race
  • GREEK STAR SCORES; Beats Barroco by 3 Lengths in Handicap at Suffolk
  • Wood, Field and Stream; Skeet Shooter's Ability as Hunter Depends On His Score and His School of Logic
  • Braves Check Ninth-Inning Rally and Down Cubs;; CHAMPIONS' SPAHN IS VICTOR, 4 TO 2
  • Giants Set Back Phillies; Mays In Star Role
  • Jackson Strikes Out Six
  • OPEN VIEW VICTO IN $32,500 EVENT; Defeats Bonzo by a Neck in Kent Stakes at Delaware Park -- Riversun Third
  • PIRATES' 2 IN 8TH TRIP DODGERS, 5-3; Hoak's Hit With Bases Full Decides -- Cards' Jackson Turns Back Reds, 7-0
  • PATTY GAINS NET FINAL; Beats Woodcock in Germany -- Miss Fageros Victor
  • Red Sox' 13 Hits Down Athletic; Brewer Hurls 6-Hitter
  • Article 11 -- No Title
  • Indians Rally in Ninth to Nip Senators;; 4 HOME RUNS HELP TRIBE WIN, 8 TO 7
  • Vermont to Build Gym
  • White Sox to Step Up Baseball Talent Hunt
  • HUNTINGTON HIGH LEADER IN TRACK; Eastern Title Meet Halted by Rain -- Two Events to Be Finished Friday
  • Porterfield Is Claimed By Pirates on Waivers
  • A Pitcher Gets His Diploma; Happy Day for Rival Batters; Gebhard of Watkinson Gave Only 10 Hits in 58 ...
  • FURIOUS II CAPTURES SNIPE CLASS HONORS
  • Article 10 -- No Title
  • O'BRIEN TOPS MARK IN SHOT-PUT TWICE
  • War Eagle Wins Sprint
  • Pioneer Club Captures Team Title in Metropolitan Track Meet at Yonkers; YANCEY ATHLETES SCORE 102 POINTS
  • Vertex Victor in 9 Stakes
  • Lenoir Takes Tennis Final
  • Article 9 -- No Title
  • Cedar Brook Registers 6-Length Victory in Select at Monmouth; FAVORITE SCORES WITH LEONARD UP
  • Prince Philip Gets Goal As His Polo Team Wins
  • WHEELCHAIR GAMES PRODUCE 4 RECORDS
  • 1909 CREW OUT AGAIN; Princeton Eight of 50 Years Ago Takes Nostalgic Spin
  • Article 8 -- No Title
  • MIDDLE STATES VICTOR; Beats Eastern Tennis Team in Church Cup Final, 5-2
  • HUNTER TESTS LED BY PAXSON ENTRY; Flying Curlew Paces Green Working Group at Darien -- Modern Design Wins
  • Ridder Takes Outboard Race
  • Leavitt Named Coach Of Rutgers Oarsmen
  • Article 6 -- No Title
  • ROCCA ON GARDEN CARD; He and Perez Wrestle Sheik and Valentine Saturday
  • Article 7 -- No Title
  • HOLE IN ONE ISN'T SO; Golfer Sinks Tee Shot After Taking 2-Shot Penalty
  • MISS SUGGS TIES FOR LEAD AT 150; Miss Hanson Shares First in Minneapolis Golf Tourney -- Two Register 152's
  • SEARS LEADS WITH 71; Has 3-Stroke Margin in U. S. Peewee Golf in Florida
  • O'Connor Victor With 274
  • HOLMBERG GAINS FINAL; Beats Powless, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, in Blue-Gray Tennis
  • Five Americans Reach Quarter-Final Round in French Amateur Golf Test; DE LAMAZE GAINS IN BID TO REPEAT
  • Lamar Tech Tennis Victor,,
  • Charity Pro-Amateur To Go On as Scheduled
  • Article 5 -- No Title
  • TITLE GOLF EVENT OPENS TOMORROW; Field Exceeds 100 for 56th Women's Metropolitan: Test at Scarsdale
  • Sports of The Times; Soggy Shots to the Green
  • Corsican Wins Pace
  • YANKS TRIUMPH, 6-4;; BOMBER HOMERS VANQUISH TIGERS
  • Larger Thermoelectric Cell
  • Orioles' 2 in Eighth Top White Sox, 6-4; ORIOLES SET BACK WHITE SOX, 6 TO 4
  • Grelle Defeats Pete Close With 4:03.9 N.C.A.A. Mile; Oregon Athlete 15 Yards in Front of St. John's ...
  • HARVARD SCORES OVER YALE CREW; Takes 48-46 Edge in Their Rivalry -- Crimson Jayvees and Eli Freshmen Win
  • NO PARKING TODAY ON CLUB GROUNDS; Storms Mire Autos, Damage Winged Foot Fairways
  • Silver Spoon First As Tomy Lee Trails; SILVER SPOON 1ST; TOMY LEE TRAILS
  • ROUND TABLE TIES TRACK MILE MARK; Defeats Etonian by Neck in 1:33 2/5 at Chicago
  • ARCARO HURT IN FALL; SWORD DANCER WINS BELMONT; Rider Suffers Concussion; Black Hills Is Destroyed
  • CASPER'S 208 LEADS HOGAN BY 3;; Rain Delays Last 18 Holes Of U. S. Open Until Today
  • Steel and Inflation
  • SCIENCE NOTES; Satellite-Borne Observatory Planned to Map Skies
  • New York Sweeps Scholarships
  • Syracuse Starts Course For Overseas Service
  • Surgery to Restore Blood Flow to Brain After Strokes Reported to A. M. A.
  • Traveling Faculty; Fellowships Allow Professors To Broaden Horizons
  • Shakespeare Festival Praised
  • Rockefeller Institute Graduation Marks Its New Status as Graduate School
  • Hormone Treatment; Nor-Adrenalin and Estrogen Used in Heart Disease
  • EDUCATION NEWS; Varied Activity on the Campus And in the Classrooms
  • Time to Think
  • To Enact Labor Reform; Choice Seen as Kennedy Bill or No Legislation
  • A Test for Communism
  • Savings vs. "Created" Money
  • Topics
  • Geneva's Fading Hopes
  • Knee-Deep in June
  • Washington; The President On Finding Time to Think
  • Basis for Aiding India; Stress Here on Competition With Communist China Questioned
  • They Did It the Hard Way
  • ' YOU'RE TRYING TO RUIN THIS PORE CRITTER!'
  • G. O. P. BUDGET TACTICS DISCOMFIT DEMOCRATS; But 'Modern Republicans' Are Not Sure Strategy Can Win in '60
  • SPRING ROUNDUP'
  • FARM BLOC NOW SPILT INTO MANY FACTIONS; Changing Patterns of Agriculture Have Blurred the Basic Issues
  • HIGH COURT REDEFINES POWERS OF CONGRESS; Decisions Keep Some Boundaries To Rights of Investigation
  • THE EUROPEAN COMMON MARKET -- WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT DOES
  • NICARAGUA REVOLT SHAKES SOMOZA DYNASTY
  • PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS
  • ARMS LOBBY INQUIRY INVOLVES VAST SUMS; Contractors Vie to Get Shares of $41 Billion Defense Budget
  • ADENAUER'S REVERSAL STIRS PARTY DEEPLY; His Domination of the Party and Nation Brings Anxious Questions
  • FRANCE PRESSES NATO FOR PLACE AT THE TOP; De Gaulle Fights Hard to Restore 'Grandeur' as a Major Power
  • U. S. S. R. PRESSES
  • FRENCH BARBECUE'
  • TOO MANY CHILDREN
  • TWO VIEWS ON THE FOUR POWERS
  • MOVE OVER A LITTLE'
  • GENEVA'S CRISIS EBBS BUT DEADLOCK REMAINS; No Openings Are Seen In Face of Stiff Demands By the Russians
  • MIDEAST DIFFICULTIES REVEAL DEEP UNREST; Arab-Israeli Border Incidents and Shifting Alignments Point ...
  • CHANCES OF A SUMMIT AS THE POWERS SEE IT; Washington's Mood Is Pessimistic Despite Eagerness in Moscow
  • SICILIAN COMMUNISTS FIND NEW APPROACH PAYS OFF; Party Plays Down Ideology While Allying Itself With ...
  • After Geneva -- ?; Powers in Deadlock
  • T'PUT IT ANOTHER WAY -- MUSCLE'
  • COURT DECISIONS EASE PRESSURES FOR CURBS; Basic Splits in Justices' Beliefs Reaffirmed in Cases on Rights ...
  • NEW YORK; Hospitals: 37 Days
  • A BRITISH VIEW ON ADENAUER'S SWITCH
  • THE THINKER'
  • NOW HOFFA FACES REAL THREAT TO HIS POWER; Monitors Move to Force a Cleanup Despite His Teamster Strength
  • THE NATION; Focus on Court
  • ' EVER TRIED HANDLING A TEMPERAMENTAL MULE?'
  • THE WORLD; Adenauer v. Erhard
  • Cleveland
  • CROWDS OF BUYERS LEAVE BIG ORDERS
  • Dallas
  • Kansas City
  • Minneapolis
  • Advertising: Dog Food Drives Unleashed; Some 20 Producers Seeking to Collar More of Market
  • St. Louis
  • Richmond
  • Atlanta
  • San Francisco
  • The Merchant's View; An Analysis of the Credit Boom In a Time of Increasing Prices
  • Business Index Dipped Last Week
  • Chicago
  • Shipments Set Record For Galvanized Sheets
  • PEARL PRICE RISE SEEN; Fall Quotations Estimated at 50 to 75% Above 1958's
  • Philadelphia
  • Reports on Business Conditions Throughout U. S.
  • Paper Mills Raise Output
  • Boston
  • New York
  • EXECUTIVE CHANGES
  • Highlights; Expansion Plans Lifted for '59
  • STEEL BY OXYGEN GAINS ADHERENTS; Adaptation of Old Bessemer Process Foreseen as Big Production Factor
  • PRESIDENT'S PLAN BACKED IN STREET; End of Bond Interest Ceiling and Rise for Debt Limit Held a Necessity
  • The Week in Finance; Stocks Show Contrasting Trends -- Job Rolls Keep Pace With Economy
  • Burros and Ponies Ride Wave of Popularity; Number Now Owned in the U.S. Larger Than Ever Before
  • Purchasing Agents Meet
  • Personality: Man on the Run Toward Future; Brown Writing Big Program for Old Pencil Concern
  • FRENCH TO OFFER COMPUTERS IN U.S.; Big Concern Seeks Share of the Domestic Market
  • Computers Get Aid That Counts; Mentor Device for Electronic Brains Starts to Roll
  • VISITING' EUROPE BY MAIL; Making the Reservations Offers Almost as Much Fun as the Trip
  • SAVINGS SYSTEMS RUSH 3 OFFERINGS; Holding Companies Acting as Congress Mulls Bill
  • BUTTON CONTROLS FOUR-STORY DRILL; Feat Typical of G.E.'s Newly Automated Turbine Plant -- Job Time Slashed
  • SAN REMO -- ITALY'S RESORT CITY OF FLOWERS
  • COLORADO'S BIG CELEBRATION; Series of Summer-Long Events Sparked By Federal Fair
  • PLANNING THE ARIZONA VISIT; A Sight-Seeing Schedule Makes for a Better Holiday Trip
  • MIDSUMMER EVE IN SWEDEN; The Maypole Is Symbol Of a Country-wide Celebration
  • Latest Puzzles in Wall Street: Proposed New Data for S. E. C.; S.E.C. PROPOSALS PUZZLE WALL ST.
  • CONSERVATION: PROTECTING HISTORIC AREAS
  • CONSUMER CREDIT WEARS BOOM LOOK; 1959 Surge of Installment Buying Upsets Forecasts of Some Economists
  • OIL, POET AND CITY OF STEEL; Pittsburgh Reaches 200, Polish Poet, 150, Oil Well, 100
  • SPEEDING UP THE TRAFFIC; Florida's Dade County Updates Its Highway Plans This Summer
  • NEW JERSEY ROADS; $200,000,000 Improvement Program Is Being Carded Out in State
  • B. & O.'S SLEEPERS; New 'Slumbercoach' Service Begun On National Limited to St. Louis
  • HOW TO COLLECT BOUNDARY MARKERS
  • NICE PLACE TO VISIT; Cruising Britons Arrive Here Tomorrow
  • BEACHBUGGY BIRD TOURS OF CAPE COD
  • THE TURNPIKE AGE; Pay Roads Save Time and Tempers As They Lead Tourists to Far Places
  • NIAGARA FALLS BEING RENOVATED FOR TOURISTS
  • THE RODEOS KICK UP WESTERN DUST
  • VIEW ON GETTYSBURG; Builder of 'Fantasyland' States His Position -- Accent on Accents
  • THE FIELD OF TRAVEL; Switzerland Now Offers Plane Rental Service
  • HERBS AT HAND; Kitchen Border Offers Convenient Harvest
  • FIRST PLANE TO EUROPE; MEMORIAL TO THE FIRST AIRPLANE TO EUROPE
  • Highly recommended
  • TETON PARK'S ANNIVERSARY; Great Wyoming Tract Expecting 1,500,000 Guests This Year
  • EVOCATIVE ACCENT
  • THE LIGHT-WEIGHT SEX
  • FIREFLIES ON THE WING
  • YESTERDAY IN FLOODLIGHTS; France's Illuminations Of Her Historic Sites Make Living Drama
  • FOR PRIVACY; Trellis Will Solve Many Landscape Problems
  • ROSE UPKEEP NOW DETERMINES LATE-SEASON PERFORMANCE; Regular Watering, Adequate Fertilizing and Mulching ...
  • WHAT'S IN BLOOM AND WHERE
  • THE WEEK'S EVENTS; Schedule Still Favors The Rosarians
  • ROLL OUTSIDE, TOO; Many Exterior Painting Jobs Can Be Speeded With Special Rollers
  • TIPS, HINTS AND IDEAS; Handy Ways to Make Home Improvements
  • IN THE NORTH; Tender Rhododendrons Will Thrive Provided the Site Is Right
  • AROUND THE GARDEN
  • NEW ITEMS IN SHOPS
  • ROCHESTER TRACES ROSE HISTORY
  • SOUNDS OF A SUMMER CAMP
  • WORKING MANUALS; Topics Cover Movies, Still Applications
  • WESTERN INFLUENCE; Tacoma Garden Shows New Design Trends
  • NEWS AND NOTES OF THE WORLD OF STAMPS
  • DANCE: SUMMER; Jacob's Pillow Festival Busiest Center Of Warm Weather Activities
  • WILLING GUESTS IN WASHINGTON; Headliners Cheerfully Join Congressmen For Broadcasts
  • CAMERA NOTES; Three Show at Village Club -- Other News
  • STELLA AS 'LINDA'; Donizetti Opera Heard In First LP Version
  • NEWS NOTES ALONG CAMERA ROW
  • RECORDS: PIANISTS; A New Cliburn, an Old Rachmaninoff Are Included Among Current Issues
  • BRIDGE: VALUE OF TRANSFER BIDS
  • WHO IS THE CITY?
  • ON A LARGE SCALE; Youth of Nation Should Have Access To Lincoln Center Events Via TV
  • NEWS OF TV AND RADIO; What's In a Name? $7,500 Is What Galen Drake Paid For His -- Items
  • THE WORLD OF MUSIC: 'JENUFA' FOR CHICAGO; Lyric Opera Will Give Janacek Work In English During Its Fall Season
  • ON MERGERS
  • TINTED TELEVISION; R. C. A. Starts a New Drive for Color TV
  • OUT WEST
  • CARTAGENA REVIVAL; Arts Festival Resumed After Six-Year Lull
  • PUTTING RELIGION ON THE AIR
  • HOLLYWOOD CHANGE?; Diversification Talk Stirs Film Industry
  • BY WAY OF REPORT; C. Y. Lee Novel Bought -- Castro and Kaye
  • U. S. ART FOR MOSCOW
  • ' KIDNAPPED' IN THE HEART OF THE HIGHLANDS
  • TO HELP ARTISTS; Three Shows Point Up Practical Methods
  • SUMMER ART ACTIVITY IN BOSTON
  • PRESENTING A HAPPY 'ACT': WAGNER AND WOOD
  • SUGGESTION
  • GYPSY"
  • RELIGION, ROMANCE, RHYTHM, HISTORY IN NEW MOVIES
  • MATH WINNER, 17 BEGAN STUDY AT 8; Queens Youth With Perfect Score in Contest Started With Algebra Text
  • FRENCH FALL-OUT; Gallic Film Makers Go Low for Bardotism
  • PLAYS AND PEOPLE; From Off Broadway to Moses' Central Park
  • FINNISH THEATRE; American Plays Are the Favorites Of Theatregoers in the North
  • Up In Central Park
  • TEMPLE U. TO EXPAND; Gets Aid in Adding 4 Acres to Philadelphia Campus
  • GOSSIP OF THE RIALTO; Arthur Laurents Will Direct His New Play -- Battles of Players -- Items
  • A Letter Writer's View On Free Shakespeare
  • Manhasset Fete to Aid Young
  • ON THE RUSTIC TRAIL; Variety of Plays and Stars Will Be Seen by Summer Theatregoers
  • DELL CONCERTS LISTED; 30th Season in Philadelphia Will Begin June 22
  • DOG HOUSE IS DE LUXE; Research Animals in Tokyo Get Elaborate Facilities
  • Harvard to Show Modern Art
  • HARTFORD TELLS OF NEW MUSEUM; Columbus Circle Project to Have Nine Floors, With Cafe Overlooking Park
  • CALIFORNIA MAPS ATTACKS ON SMOG; Brown Signs Bill for Study by Health Department -- Special Session Seen
  • Rehabilitation Center Set
  • BRYANT PARK MUSIC TO BEGIN THURSDAY
  • CHICAGO U. PLANS 5-YEAR EXPANSION; New Buildings for Campus Are Included in 49.5 Million Construction Program
  • 700 B. C. WINERY SOUGHT IN JORDAN; U. of P. Expedition Pursues Traces of an Industry in Biblical City ...
  • Ball for Israel Set in Newark
  • EX-WATER BOY IS 100; Canadian Helped Gangs That Built Trans-Canada Line
  • RUTGERS RECEIVES $119,527 IN GRANTS
  • Lacquering Art Ancient
  • Mary A. Wiklund Becomes a Bride In Massachusetts; KatharineGibbsAlumna and Geoffrey Ward, Student, Married

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