By WILLIAM C. TROTT, United Press International

First-lady-to-be Barbara Bush has already surpassed Nancy Reagan in at least one category. A drawing she did for the game Pictionary -- an illustration of the phrase 'I love all living things' - went for $225 in a charity auction while Mrs. Reagan's netted only $100.

A drawing by President-elect George Bush brought in $650 for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society but the big earner's were Lucille Ball's self-portrait at $750, Carol Burnett and Bob Hope at $600 and Lily Tomlin at $400. One ofthe most unusual offerings was an illustration of the scales of justice by former attorney general Edwin Meese. The auction last week inLos Angeles was hosted by Rob Angel, inventor of the popular Pictionary game, and actor Daniel J. Travanti, who is national spokesman for the MS Society.


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