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MSM ALUMNUS Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy ROLLA. MO.

VOLUME 20

DECEMBER, 1945-]ANUARY, 1946

NUMBER 1

New Benches Erected on Campus

Radar

Provided by Independents of '42

The Mo s t V e r satil e W eapo n of th c vVar By DR. M ER VIN J. K E LLY '14 Execut ive Vi ce Preside nt and D irector of R esearc h Bell Telephone Laboratories ~{ e t h o d s a nd s trat egy of warfar e hav e unde r g on e profound c ha n ge durin g th e s ix yea r s of World \ tVar II . Thi s is primaril y d ue to th e a dve nt a nd co ns ta n t evo lution t hrou g hout th e p e riod of a g r eat var ie ty of new wca pon s and in s trumentalities for \\" a r. Sc ie nc e an d tec hn o lo gy ins pired and cr ea ted th em , w h il e th e military deve loped conti nua ll y improv in g t echn iqu es for th e ir u se . Th e r es ou rce fu ln ess and det e rmination of our fi g htin g m e n , th e s up e rior strategy a nd w ell orga nized lo g is ti cs of our A rm y a nd Navy command s w e r e esse n t ial to th e compl e t e v ictory th at w e have a ttain ed. How eve r, we r e it not for th e O\'e rwh elmin g s up e riority in e ffect ive ness an d qu ali t y of o ur new wcapon s and t he tr e me nd o us vo lum e in whi c h th ey wer c produ ced, \"ictory "'ould han' b ec n lo n g delay ed and our lo ss of me n many fo ld g rea te r. R a dar - RA dio D e tection A nd R a n g in g" - in th e importan ce of it s contrib ution to victo r y rank s hi g h, p r obab ly fir - t amon g th c n ew weapon s of thi s wa r. It e mplo ys radi o wavc s for t he de tect io n a nd acc ur at e location of obj ects, fix ed or mo\"in g". It can see fa rth e r th an th e eye, e,"e n un d er concli-

(This radar employs microwaves, was dev eloped durin g t h e war and repre se nts a g r eat ... 1 adva n ce over earl ier type s . )

Co urtes y S l. L o u i!; l'ost -Di s pa tch LT. JO S EPH P. BERNDT and D EAN CURTIS L . WILSON

In D ecc mb c r o f 1 9 ~2 . th e Ind e pe nd e n t S tud e nt s Or ga ni za tion provid cd t he s um of $ 1.:;0.00 to be used by th e Sc hoo l in c rcc tin g conc rete bc nc hes o n th e ca mpu s a s a m e m o rial to th c class. Th e matt e r wa s brou g h t be for c D ea n "Wil son by Jo se ph 1'. l3c rn dt ' ~ 3, pres idcnt of th c Ind e pc nd e nt s, a nd John H . O lson ' ~ 3, c ha irm a n of th e B e nc h M e morial Committ ec, a c tin g fo r th e Ind e pe nd e nt s of 1 9 ~2. Co ns t ru c tion of t hc n ew be nc h es wa s pos tpo n ed on acco unt of la bor s ho r ta ge until th e pa s t s u mm e r. Fiftee n of th ese benc hcs w c rc e r ec ted at "ariou s points o n t he ca mpu s. Th ey a rc o f att ra ct i\'e d es ig n a nd ar c ma dc of co nc r et e with th c e xceptio n of th e sca t s whi ch ar c mad e of heay y wood e n s lat co n s tru c tion and ca r ef ull y pa int e d . Th ~ b e nc hcs offer a n a ltract i\'c mcmo ri a l to th e Ind ep e nd e nt s of thc cla ss . In front o f eac h b c nc h is a cas t con c rc tc tab le t r ea din g as fo ll o\\' s : PRESENTED BY INDEPENDENTS OF 1942

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t io ns mo s t favorab le to v is ion. It sees equally we ll by n ig h t a nd by da y . N e ith e r s mok e, fog, clo ud s nor rai n nee d dimi nis h its ra nge or it s res olution of ob j ec t s. In con se qu e n ce of it s a bi lit y to sec , rada r has p lay ed a g rcat a nd in creas in g ly important ro le in t hc condu c t of th e w a r on t he land, th e sea an d in th c air. It ha s bro u g ht a bou t (Continued on Page 10)

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ALUM N U S Eastern Star Enlarges Loan Fund for Veterans

Contracts for New Power Plant Let

A se co nd c h ec k fo r em e r ge n cy loan s to vete ra n s h a s b ee n r ece ive d by D ea n C urti s L.W il s on from t h e O r d e r of th e Easte rn S tar of IVli sso uri , t h c c h ec k b e in g re ce ive d from Mr s . Pea rl E . P ea b od y, Gra n d Sec r ct a r y , o n D e cem b e r 11 , a nd amountin g to $8 13.30 T h c D ea n h ad p r ev io u s ly r cce iv ed a c h cc k f o r $ 1500 fo r t hi s p ur po se from M r s . Ag n es ' Vo l Ea r t h , \i\r o rth y G ra nd IvIat ron, of t h e O r g anizat ion. lvlrs . vVo lfarth is th e m ot h c r o f T edd y ' i\ro l fart h w h o att e nd e d MSlvl for two se me s t e r s in 19-+2-+3 a nd t h en withdr e w to e n tcr m ili ta ry se rv ice. MRS. AGNE S WOLFARTH T h e fund is fo r s hort t e rm lo an s t o vVo rld \ Va r IT "eterans to tid e t h em o\'er e m c r ge n c ies. A lread y t h e fun d p r evio us ly es tab lis h cd at i'vl S1vI ha s b ee n u se d r at h e r e xt e n s ive ly and g re ate r d cmands a rc expecte d wit h t h e e nr o llm e nt gT~w in g w ith each r eg is tration, lh e in c r ca se com in g a lmost enti re ly fronl vetera Ol S. r

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( Co n str uct io n work o n new pow e r pla n t o n J a nu z ry 4, 1946 )

McCarthy Co n s tr uction Com pan y , of which fi r m L. ¡M. l'IIc Ca rthy '20 is a mem b e r, wa s s u ccessf ul bi clcle r fo r th e c ons truction of t h e main portion of the new Powe r Plant b e in g e r e ct ed on t h e campus. Co nt ract s for th e co n st ru ction \\'e re awa rd ed at a m eet in g of th e full Board of Curator s of the Un ive r s ity of Misso uri , h e ld in Rolla, Oct. 12, 1945 . B id s were accepte d from t h e i'vIc Ca rthy Broth e r s Const ru ctio n Compa n y of St. Lo u is for t h e co n st ruct ion o f t h e b oil e r foun d atio n s and bui ldin g at a price of $ 131,660.00. Th e cont ra ct fo r piping wa s award e d t o the Indu st r ial H eati n g a nd P lu mbi n g Compan y of St. J o se ph for $89,822.00. T h e H. C h aplin e Elec tri ca l Compa n y o f S t. Lo ui s wa s g iv e n the co ntr act for wi rin g at a price of $ 13,775 .00. Bids fo r the stack w e r e a ll r e j ecte d b eca u se it a pp ea r ed that they we r e too hi g h. Th e contract for thi s part of th e p la n t wi ll b e le t at a late r dat e, C urato r s atte ndin g the m ee tin g in clud ed Se n ato r A ll e n lvl cR ey n o ld s of Ca rth a ge, P res id e n t of the Boa rd; Jam es A. Potter of J e ffe r s o n C it y; Jo hn H. \ Vo lpe rs of Pop la r B lu ff ; Ro s coe An d e r s on of \ Ve b s t er Grove s ; Fra nk C. Man n of S prin g fie ld ; an d David'vV. H opkin s o f St. J o se p h. A ls o p r ese nt at th e m eet in g w e r e Pres id e n t F r e d e ri ck A. Ivl iddl e bu s h a nd L es li e C owan, Sec re ta ry of th e Boa rd , o f Co lumbia. ]'vl cCa r thy, in sc ho o l, wa s a m e m b e r of La m bd a C h i A lpha f r a t e rnit y, and p laye d th e part of S t. Pat ri ck at t h e annu a l ce le br:tti o n in 19 15. -------------------

1st Lt. Kenneth Sylvester Blauvelt ex-'43 Missing in Action 1s t Lt. K e nn e th Sy lves te r B la U\'e lt fa iled to re turn from a b om bin g mi ss ion t o Leyte a nd h a s n ot b ee n h ea rd of s in ce t hat tim e, ac c ordin g to wo rd r ece iv e d f rom E. E . Ba u e r of T ri an g le frat er nit y of w h ic h K e nn e t h wa s a me mb e r . K e nne th e nl v llc d in 1939 and co n tin u ed for on e se m es t e r with a g oo d g ra d e r eco rd . H e pa rti c ipated in footbal l, was a m e mb e r of t h e :Mi n e r Boa r d and t h e Rol lamo Board. H e wa s initi ate d int o th e loca l c h apt e r of T r ian g le w h ile on t h e C<lmvu s.

Russell B. Caples '10 New Life Member R u sse ll B. Ca p les h a s ju s t se nt pa y m e n t of du es for li fe. C ape w r it es th at h e is ti r ed o f ge tt in g a nnu a l bill s and d ec id ed to se ttl e th e pro bl em o n ce a nd fo r a ll b y b ec omi n g a lif e m e mb e r . Gr3d u ati n g in 1910, Cape wa s a m e m b e r of Ta u Be ta Pi a nd of t h e A th le ti c A ss o c iation w hi le on th e c amp u s. H e h as lo n g b ee n a ss ociat ed wit h th e A n a cond a C oppe r Co mpan y a nd is a t pr ese nt Ge n e r a l S u p e ri n t e nd e n t of t h is c ompa n y at Gr ea t Fa ll s, Mont. Cap e m a k es th e fifth a lumnu s to b ec om e a life m e mb e r s in ce th e n e w r eg ul at io n s r egardi n g li fe m e mb e rs hip ha ve b ee n a d opte d . L E T ' 5

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Co l. Enoc h R. Nee dl es who h a s b een se r vin g a s C hi ef of th e R e di st ribu tio n and Sal vage Di v is ion, O ffic e of th e C hi ef of En g in ee r s, h as b een awa rd e d t h e Le g ion o f iVl e rit in r e co g niti on of hi s se n ' ic es in co nn ec tion w ith procur e m c n t, c o n st ru ction an d di s tribu t io n a nd sa lva ge . Th e c it atio n fo r C ol. Nee dl es s tat e d that h e p r e pa r ed for th e joint C hi e fs of S taff s p ec ial s tudi es r e latin g to a r t ifi c ia l h arbo r s an d Ro at in g fac ili t ies for aircraft. E no c h is a m e mb e r of th e fi r m of H owa rd, Nee dl es , T amm e n & Be r ge n doff, co n s ultin g eng in ee r s , w ith offices at .1.1 Lib e r ty s t reet, Kew York, N .Y ., a nd 1012 Ba lt imore ave nu e, J":'an s as C it y, IIIo. H e wa s g ive n th e h ono ra ry d eg ree of Doc t o r of E n g in ce rin g at th e com m e nc em e nt in 1937 .

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Pres id e nt M idd le bu s h , a nd V ice P res id e nt owa n, o f th c U niv e rs it y of M iss o ur i; a nd D ca n \ >\Ii lso n , h e r e in S t. Loui s o n D ece mb e r 1-1. T hi s m ee tin g was th e mo s t g ratify in g o n e in w hi c h it h as b ec n m y pl ea s ur e to s it, s in ce I 've had a n y thin g to d o ,,,, it h MSM A lumni a Ffa irs. Kar l join s m e, 1 know, in th e fee lin g th a t a mo n g t h o sc p r esc nt a t thi s me e ti n g th e r c was n ot hin g but a mo s t co rdial a nd comp le t e ly in t e r es te d d es ir e to d o wh ateve r is n ecessa ry to m a ke our Sc hool li ve u p to it s fin e rc putation-and to do it w ith fund s and fr ie nd lin ess . 'vV e w e re r e qu es te d b y eac h o n e of tho se pr cse nt to te ll him h ow h c co uld do , in hi s capac it y, a b e tt e r job fo r M S M. In r es pon se to th ese r e qu cs t s , w e s ubmitt ed a nu mb e r of qu es ti o n s r ega rdin g th e po s ition o f MSM in t h e U ni\'c r s it y sc t-up. Ev e ryo n e o f our qu cs tion s was op e n ly a nd s in ce r e ly app ro a c h ed. A m ong th e s ubj ects se ttled durin g thi s m ee tin g were th e fo ll owi n g : 1. l' res id e nt Midd le bu s h is to w r it e a n a rti c le for th e ALUMNUS in w h ic h MSM 's pos iti o n in th e Sta t e of Mi s so ur i E du cationa l Sys te m is cl ea rly d e fin e d-in clud in g t h e lega l b ac k g r o und w h ic h d c te rm in es s uc h pos ition. 2. I ~es id es thi s a rti c le, .Pr es id e nt Mi dd lebu s h h a s vo lunt ee r ed to fu rni s h u s, from t im e to tim e for pub lica tion , th e r e a s on s for ce rtain ac tion s c o n ce rnin g th c ope ra ti on o f t h e phy s ica l plant a t Rolla, a nd t h e r ea s on s, wh e n n o t o b v io u s, co n ce rnin g th c fun c tion s o f th e facu lty, e tc. 3. IJ r e s id e nt Middl e bu s h a nd th e Boa rd of C ura tor s we re w h o le h ca rt c dl y anx iou s to h ave Pres id e nt M iddl ebu 5h at t e n d m ee tin gs of o ur A lumni Sect ion s throu g h ou t th e cou n try in th c c om pa n y of D ean'vVi ls on. ( Mo r e on t h is lat e r , but Se ction s a t Lo s A n ge les , C le ve land, Sa n F ra n c isc o, C hi cago, New Y ork, Tu lsa , Hou s t o n, S I. Lo ui s, and Kan sas C it y, e tc., s h ou ld t a k c n ot e , a nd b eg in to think a bou t el ates in 19-16 wh ie :l mi g h t 11t into Dr. Mid dl e bu s h 's pl ans.) -I. P r es id c n t Middl e bus li is to v is it Roll a for import a n t functioll S a n d c e r emoni es eve n mor e ofte n in th e futur e t h an h e h as in th e pa s t (a nd it s hou ld b e n o ted, that Pres id e nt 1Iiddl e bu s h h a s m ad e mor e v is it s in th e pa s t t h a n a n y previous P res ident o f t h e U ni vers it y of Mi ss ouri ) . 'vV e now h av e a Boa rd of C urato r s ba c kin g Pres id e n t Micl cl lc bu s h, and D ean 'vVil s on in a m a nn c r, w e b e li eve, far mor e d e t e rmin e d than eve r b efor e in th e dir ec tion of p u s hin g M S M in to it s prop e r place in th e s un-a nd k eep in g it t h e r e. i\I a ny of th e tr o ubl es om e incid e n t s of t h e p as t few ye ar , w e r e brou g h t o u t in th e op e n a nd t h oro u g h ly di sc usse d. 1I S M ha s n ot run too s moothl y in th ese pas t few yea r s. L c t' s n o t for ge t, how evc r, t ha t t im es h ave b ee n turb u le n t , a nd s o w h a t bu s in ess h a s run s moo t hl y) Sta rt a ny pl ace yo u lik e- l c t 's tak e th e UNO- r unnin g s mooth ly) O r, tak e th e bu s ill ess 0 1' a n yo n e o f us in th e A lumni or ga ni z ation runnin g s moo t hl y) P e r s o nn e l probl e m s, s trik es , m a t e rial s m an ip ul a ti o n, c t c., have mad e a job of t h e ma n age m e nt of an y kind of a bu s in ess- a nd-e d u cat io n is a bu s in ess . F in a ll y, Dr. i\Iiddl e bu s h r e mind ed us that o ur r e lations hi p wit h t h e U n iversity of Mi sso u ri is a " two -w ay s t r ee t." A nd, t h at coo p e r<1tion m us t b e w h o le h eart ed ly in bot h dir ec ti o n s. Th e Un ive r s it y 0 1' M iss o uri h as p rob le m s. T h e Mi sso ur i Sc h oo l of Min es h<1 s p r ob le m s. T h e MSM A lumni Assoc ia tion h a s p r oblem s. I'm s u re, h oweve r, that if a ll of o u r A lumni co u ld h ave att e nd ed o ur m ee tin g on D ece m b e r 1-1, a m ost c n t hu s ia s ti c fo r wa rd ap proa c h to all of o ur pro b le m s wou ld h av e r es ult ed . S::>, d urin g t hi s yea r 19-16, le t 's a ll r eso lve to d o o ur leve lb es t to t hin k in t e rm s of th e futur e, a nd le t's a ll tr y o u r h a nd s a t coo rd in at ed coop e ration. L e t 's see w h e th e r yo u can ' t h e lp d e m o n s trat e th a t th e co u p le of fa rm e r bo y s yo u h ave re p rese ntin g y ou-afte r a ll , a r e fa ir jud ges of hum a n nat u r e- t h a t th ey a re d eal in g in ap pa re nt rea liti es-n ot fa dt:ts ies- a nd t h at th ey lea rn as th ey go-a nd Go as th ey lea rn ..... a b o u t m e n and t hin gs in ge n e ra l.

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John W. Sco tt ex-'89 A warded Citation of Merit At th e lI-I ' M R O T Ba n el Co n ce rt h c ld in 1. a r ke r Ha ll th e cvc nin g of I)ec, l 4, t h e lon g a nd fa ithfu l se r v ices of J o hn Vlf, Scott a s dir ecto r of t h e b a nd wc r c g ive n recog ni tio n , O n b eha l f of th e I{oa rd of C ur ato rs o[ t h e U n ive rsity of M isso uri, I)ea n C u r ti s L. VYi ls o n read t h e fo ll owin g CO lllm u n ica t io n: "lI [ y d ea r M r . Sco tt : Fo r 111Cl n y yC(l r S we have bee n cog ni za nt of t h e s p le n d id sc r"ice t h a t you h av e b ee n I' nd c ri ng as Di r ec tor of t h e Mi ss o u r i Sc h oo l o f M in S ROT Bane\. T h e re ca n scar ce ly b e a b a nd di rec to r w h o h as se r v don e o r ga n iza t io n a longer tim e, a n d t h e r e ca nn o t b e any who ha ve s h ow n g r ea te r d ev otion . "VVe a r c s u re th at th e I ~oa rd of C urat o rs a nd th e e ntir e L.:niver s it y admi n is tration wo u ld want yo u to know t h at vo ur wo r k with o u r s t u d e nt s is d ce ply a ppr ec iate d . Vic take 't h is occas io n to co n g ratulat e yo u on th e wo nd e rful res u l ts o f yo u r in spi rat io n a l lead e rs hip, to ack nowle d ge o ur d eep g rat itud e and to ex te n d a ss uran ce of o ur es tee m a nd be s t lI' i, h es." A ll e n M c Rey nold s, II

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D r. Charles J. Potter '29 Speaks Before the Academy of Political Science Dr. C ha rl es J. I'o tt I' s p o k e befo re th e Aca d e my of I)o li tical Sc ie n ce a't t h Wa ld orf Asto r ia in New Yo rk C ity o n Nov. 8. K e is d ep u t y to th e So li d F u e ls f\d m ini s trato r for \ ,yar, a nd in h is a ddr ess h e sa id t h at th e s h a t te re d cco n o mi c s t ru c t u re of li b e rat e d E ur ope ca n b e s ta r te d o n t h e road to recove r y o nl y thro u g h vigo r o us and imm edi ate acc e le ra ti o n o f Ge r ma n coa l p rod uc tion . I'rese nt p r o du c t io n, h e s a id, wa s "pit iful ly in ad equ at ." Tile Ru hr is prod u c in g less t h an a fo ur t h of it s pr e-war capac ity a nd G r m an min es a r c not m ee t in g ess n tia l a r my re quir e m nt s, h e re p o rt e d . T h e U nit ed S tat cs ca n a nd w ill s up p ly about 2,000,000 to n s a mon th , u s in g o n e- t hird of t h e wor ld 's s hi ppin g to tran s po rt it, b ut eve n t hi s, to ge th e r w ith Po l is h ex po r t s , w ill leave E ur ope d es p e ra t e ly s h or t, h e s a id .

Future Issues of Alumnus Only to Paid Members T hi s iss u e of th e A lu m nu s ma gaz in e is th e la s t 't h at w il l b e se nt to a ll t h e IUl11 ni . S tat e m e nt of A lu m n i du es is b e in g se nt o u t to a ll mem b e r s a n d it is hop d th at the res pon se t h is yea r w ill excee d t h e r es po n se las t yea r w h ic h was t h e g r eates t in t h e hi s to r y of t he A lu m n i Associatio n . I t c o s t s 111 0 11 y to pu b li s h the typ e of ma g azine that is b e in g iss ued bu t it is th e t ype of ma gaz in e d es ir e d b y t h e f\lu l11ni a s ev id e nc e d by a la r ge nu mb e r of le tt e r s r ece ived fr om A lu mni a l l o,"e r the world. A l umni offic ia ls a r c hopin g to ma ke t h e m e mber s hip l ist reac h 2000 in 1946.

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Mr. Sco tt, in a le tt e r to J) ea n \"' il s on ex pr esse d appr ec iation to bo th Sc h oo l a n d A lul11ni officia ls, as q u o te d b e low: "My d ea r Do c to r 'vVi ls on: " \. find it not an casy m atte r for m e to cx p ress in wr iti n g, o r c"e n in w o rd s, th e thr ill of p lea s ur e th a t wa s mi n e w h e n, at" o u r Band Co n ce r t la s t Thur s da y n ig h t, yo u prese nt e d m e wit h th a t ve r y fi n e Ictt I' o f recog n ition a n d a p pr ec iatio n of Iny wor k , in a mu s ica l wa y, w ith s tud e n t s of 1,,[ S],,1 dur in g .vea rs pa s t. 1) leasc accept m y h eart y and s in ce re th an k s for t hi s to k c n . T h e in c id e n t wa s in d ee d a co m ple t e s u rp r ise to m e a n d o n e of t h e h appi 's t I evc r ex pe ri e n ce d . " [ am " e r y pr o uci of thi s k tt e r, and 1 kn oll' t hat eve r y

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T h e De pa r tm e nt o f Ce rami c Eng in ee r in g occ u p ies t h e top Aoo r of th e Ex p e rim e n t Stat io n Ruildi n g and ha lf of t h e s pa ce in t h e la b o rato ry buil d in g to th e rea r , Ju s t rece n t ly th e M in in g E n g in ee r in g D e p art m e nt h a s m ov ed to n e w qu a r ters w h ic h h a s g ive n t h e Ce ra m ic E n g in e ~ r i n g D e pa r t m e n t so m e mu c h n ee d ed s pa ce , T h e lab orato ri es co n ta in a ll th e us u a l ce ra mi c e qui p m e n t fo r p rocess in g ce r a mi c m a t e r ia ls int o w hit e wa r e, e n a m e l, a n d ref racto ry pr od u cts a nd th e n ecessa ry t e s t in g eq u ipm e n t. A lso p r ov id ed a rc equ ip DR. P AUL G, HER O LD m e n t a nd faci lit ies for X-ray di ff rac ti o n a n a lys is, p e tr og rap hi c a na lys is. a n d c h e m ica l a n a lys is, Th e D e pa r t m ent a ls o ope ra tes a C lay T es tin g a nd R esea r c h I ~ a b o r a t o r y in co nj u n c ti o n wi th th e Sta t e M inin g t:xpe rim e n t S t a ti o n w hi c ;l g ives t h e s tud e n ts a kn ow le d ge of co m m e rcia l tes t p rocedur e, So m e r ece n t a ddit io n s to th e la b orato ry e qu ipm e nt in cl u d e a nin e c ub ic foo t G loba l' re s is ta n ce e lec tri c furn ac e , ba t c h b a llm ilJ,;, t h e rm a l expa n s io n furn ace, g a s fir e d hi g h te m pe rat u r e fur nac e, h a mm e r m ill , S im ps o n m ix e r, a nd s up e r ce n trifu ge fo r wo r k o n raw c lays , G radu ate wo rk lea din g to th e d eg ree o f Ma s te r of Sc ie n ce in Ce ram ic , E n g in ee ri n g is offe r ed b y th e D e p a rtm e n t. T h e Re fracto r ies Indus try of th e State s u ppo r t a n Indu s trial Fe ll ow w h o is expec t ed to app ly part tim e t o p robl e m s o f int e rest t o th e I n d u s t ry a nd s p e n d th e re m a ind e r o f th e tim e

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work ing o n t h e Docto r of J' h ilosop hy d eg r ee , By s p ec ia l :[ rr a n g " nH:nt :. wi th th e t.; n ive r s it y o f Mi ss o ur i, th e Ce ram(c E n g in ee r in g D epa rtm e nt g ives cornplet e wo r k l ea ~l in g to t h e d eg r ee of Do c to r o f l' hil o s op h y in e ra mi c E n g in ee r in g, t h e d C"Tcc b e in g co nf e r r e d b y t h e U n iv e rs ity, Th e "s taff of 'th e Ce ra m ic En g in ee rin g D e pa rtm e n t co ns is ts of Pa u l G, He r o ld , Pr ofesso r of Ce ra mi c E n g in ee rin g a n d C hai r ma n of t h e D e pa rt m e n t, a n d Lt. C. \ V, Do u ga n , I n s t r u ctor in Ce ra mi c E n g in ee rin g, o n leav e of a bse n ce to t h e U,S, N a vy s in ce 19-+3, Dr, H e r o ld is a grad u at e of O h io S tate Univ e r s it y w h e re h e al s o rece ive d t h e d egr ees o f Ma s t er of Sc ie n ce and I)oc to r of Phi lo s o p h y in Ce r a mi c E n g in ee rin g , Befo r e co min g' h e re in 1936 h e did r ese a r c h wo rk fo r A , ',Spa rk P lu g C om pa n y a nd Edga r Pl ast ic r.;:ao lin C o m pa n y, H e h a s p u b lis h e d seve ra l pa p e r s in cera 'l1 ic jo u r n a ls and t h e sc h oo l p ubli cat io n s , He is a fe ll ow a nd m e mb e r o f t h e A m e ri ca n Ce ram ic Socie ty, a me mb e r of A m e r ica n In st itut e o f Ce r a m ic E n gi n ee r s, M iss o uri Soc ie ty o f P rof ess io n a l E n g in ee r s, N at io na l S o c ie ty of P r o fess io na l E n g in ee r s, A m e ri ca n In s t it ut e of Mi nin g a nd M e ta llur g ica l E n g in ee r s , Am e ri ca n Soc ie ty for T es tin g l'v1at e r ia ls , Sigm a Xi, Ta u Beta l )i, A lp h a C h i S ig m a, Ka pp a K a p pa P s i, S ig ma P i, a nd Ke ra mo s , H e is n ow sC I'\' in g as fac ul ty adv is o r to th e A lph a Tota C h ap t e r o f S ig m a J' i, a 3 G ra nd S ec r cta ry of Ke ra m o s , Sec r e ta ry of t lh' Cera m ic E du catio n a l Co u n c il of t h e Ame ri can Ceramic Soc ie ty, a nd l ' res id e n t of t h c R o ll a R ota ry Ci ub, C. 'vV, Do u g an h a s h a d s c\' c ra l yea rs ' eXj:e ri e n ce in 1 n d u s try, co min g to th e Schoo l fr o m th e G la d d in g McB ea n &: Co m pa n y in Ca lif o rni a, H e r ece ive d th e Bac h e lo r o f Sc ie n ce in 1\I1e ta llur gy a n d Ce ra mi cs fr om th e U ni\'e rs ity of A la b a m a and t ;l e Ma s te r o f Sc ie n ce fr om Mo nt a na Sc h oo l of M in es, H e is a m e mb e r of th e A m c ri ca n Ce r a mi c Soc ie t y , a nd th e A111 e ri ca n In s t itut e o f Minin g an d Me ta ll ur gica l E n g in ee r s,

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c d wa lkin g we s t d ow n BVD Ro c h e chou a rt to wa rd P lace Clic hy dod g in g th e us ua l " r egul a r s" lurkin g at th is M e t r o S top for the tr oop s o n pa ss o r s tation ed in a la r ge warehou se. By thi s tim e, p ractica ll y a ll of th e g irl s h a d a fa ir co mm a nd of E n g lis h, but s ti ll used that o ld ba t tl e c ry, "A 11 0, Babee !" to a ttr ac t c us tom ers. I amb le d b y th e litt le di r ty s id ewa lk cafes , s teppe d over th e feet of fi ve nat ion s, a nd m ea nd e r ed around th rou g h t he c row d w hi c h was b eg innin g to g at h e r, for it was now n ig h t in Pa ri s, and a ll of th e "Bab es" w e re on th e prow l. I s oon saw a co u ple of " whit e ha t s" an d d ec id ed to tr a il th e m to s ee how ge nuin e MP s co ndu c t ed th em s e lve s in t h e mid s t of a l1 of th e s in s, s inn e r s a nd v ice of th e co ntin e nt. T hey ke pt w e l1 to th e s tr ee t a nd in g e n e ra l a:vo id e d th e s ur g in g c rowd s of GI s, "Ba bes," pimps , bun~s, ..begg a r s, ki d s, sal es m e n, haw ke rs, Fre n c h so ldi e rs, B r iti s h,' s'o ldi e r s, a nd Moro cca n ni g g e r s, whic h in ma ny p lac is \v e;-e a lr ea d y be g innin g to ove rflow int o th e s tr ee t. N o fig hts w e r e in s ig ht or hea rin g at thi s time, but that m ea nt nothin g s in ce at best t he s tr ee t li g ht s w e r e dim a nd o ne co uld ilOt .e"e n h ea r a g un s hot o ve r t wo bloc ks. . T he two MPs, wi th m e fa ithfull y . .. a nd hop eful1 y . . . t ra ilin g th e m , proceeded on down th e s tr eet whi c h a lr ea dy ha d c ha nged it s nam e to Bv 'd Clic hy. A s is c ustomar y in th e la r ge r Pa ri s s tre e ts, thi s o ne ha d a wid e s t ri p of ear th down th e middle, popu lat e d by num e rou s plain and fancy s id e s how s, ca rni va l rid es and s w in gs , g irly- g irl y s ho w s, h o nky to nk s, whe e ls of fortun e, s hooting g a l1 e ri es, etc., which w e re ju s t be g innin g to g et a play. Th e hu s h o f la t e ev e nin g had g i\-e n away to th e Ill ut e d mutt e r and m u mb le of th e s ur g in g c r owds . A ll o f th e la r ge and s ma ll ca fes , joints, ni g h t c lub s, bars, hot e ls, d e n s of v ice, di ves and ot h e r pla ces w e re wid e ope n and r eady for t he c us tom e rs. A n ybody wit h bo cea up s fra ncs wa s we lcome, e xc e pt th e MP s in unifo rm w h o w e re ju s t ly rega rd e d w ith s us picion b y both c us tom e r s a nd op e rators . Th e two lIIPs I wa s t rai lin g did not see m to be g reat ly int e res t ed in bus in ess, bu t ca re fu l1 y a void e d a l1 com e rs. It wa s not e d th a t non e of til e pro s tit u tes we r e ig nor ant e nou g h to p ropos itio n th em, thou g h two or th ree d id see m to know Ih (; m by nam e by s om e Cj uee r Cjuirk of fat e ! f\ t las t , a s if it we re necess a ry to capt ur e a victim at r egul ar int e rval s, th e t wo lIIP s s ig h t ed a lik e ly v ic tim s o r t of is olate d from th e c r owd and d es ce nd e d o n hi m in a bu s in ess lik e mann e r. Thi s po o r child o f Ham imm edi at e ly ass um e d a mo s t innoc e nt ex p r ess ion, wh e n h e saw it wa s too lat e to ru n. ' ''' he n po li t e ly a s ked fo r hi s pa ss, thi s s o ldi e r, dark of co mpl ex io n a nd p e rh ap s of d ee d, imm ediate ly p ut up a lo ud ar g um e nt t hat s om e damn !?!* Fre nc hman had s to le n hi s fi e ld ja c ke t a nd cap. No s uh! H e wa s a g ood s oldi e r and wou ld n eve r think of sellin g hi s uniform. H e had n eve r b ee n in tr ou bl e and a lwa ys tri e d to do w hat wa s ri g h t. H e w as ju s t back from th e front try in g to ha ve a li ttl e inno ce n t fun with th e g irl s be for e he had to g o back. A nd s o wit h th e pati e nc e th at com es of lo ng ex pe rienc e, on e MP a s ked th e s o ldi e r fo r hi s pa ss a ga in w hil e th e oth e r t ook a firm e r g ri p on hi s c lub. H e wa s s tan din g s lig htl y to th e r ear a nd on th e ri g h t s id e of t h e " victim" ju s t in ca se h e s hould p roduce an op e n knife or pi s tol f rom hi s po c ke t in s tead of a pass . It was evid ent t hat th e "v ictim" wa s wor r ie d by t hi s MP an d h is pla in int e nt; b u t h e s t ill ha d hop e. "Pa ss ' "Vh at pa ss ?" inq uir ed th e s oldi e r in th e mo s t innoc e nt a nd ig norant mann e r. " I don't nee d no pa ss ca use t hi s ve ry d ay I d o n e dr o ve m y captain in to tOlVn in my j eep, and he said I didn ' t n ee d no pa ss . "Vhi t e fo lks is alwa ys pick in g on m e." " \,Vhat ' Drive r 's li ce nse '" " I don ' t nee d no d r ive r's li ce nse cau se [ is a g oo d dri\·e r. "V he re am I bi ll it ed ? W e ll , it is thi s way. I b ee n wo rkin g hard an d aint had no fun fo r a lo n o' tim e a nd know a littl e g al n ea r h e r e t hat w ill le t m e s tay a~ ni g ht with he r for on ly 500 fran cs . I d o n 't ne ed no bi ll it." ,\nd s o w ith th e s am e e xp e ri e nce d m ann e r, o ne i\{P s earc hed th e vi c ti m, whil e th e ot he r remain ed o n th e a le rt

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s li g htl y to t he re a r. T hey r emov ed a lo n g bl a d e d j a c k k ni fe a nd a ru s ty J3 e lg ia n p is to l from hi s pockets whil e he m u tt e r e d a nd mumbl e d a bout hi s ri g h t s, th at he wa s be in g unju s t ly pe rse c ut ed, an d t h at h e wo uld p roba bl y writ e th e Pres id e nt abo ut a ll o f th is s tuff. T he MP s fi ll ed out a d ata _s hee t a nd ca ll e d a patro l wa g o n to ta ke th e victim off to t he book in g s tat io n. A nd so th e two M f' s procee ded o n d ow n t he s t r ee t a s b efor e, pa sse d t he C irqu e Me d ra no w h e r e a ll ap pe a red no r. ma l a nd n o s y a s us ua l. S till no lig h t s o r th roat s c ut, a nd s o it looked lik e it wo ul d b e a peace ful e ve ni n g . T hey d ev iat ed up a s id e s tr eet and inspec te d th e e xt e ri or of a n "off- li mit s " ca ge, but n o GI s or offic e r s w e r e v is ibl e. O nl y a few of t he reg ul a r p r os titu te s, v is it in g c iti ze ns , a nd F re nc h s o ldi e r s occ u p ied it a s· fa r a s co uld b e s ee n. T h e only way th e F r en c h so ld iers co uld be di s tin g ui s he d from o ur ow n G I s wa s b y t h e color of th e ir cap or ti e. T he ma n y cafes a rc v e ry int e r es ti n g to o bse rve. H e r e, o n e may s e c a ll I-,ation s bu s y w inin g a nd , if th ey h ave th e mo ne y, di n in g to th e s tra in s of va r io us o r c h es t ra s. Ja zz, of co u r se, wa s b y fa r th e 1110St popular and co uld bo t h be see n a nd hea rd a s p layed b y Ru ss ian, C hin ese, Hi ndu , o r a n y ot h er typ e th at th c Fre nc h ow ne r mi g h t d e c id e to dr ess o r uni form hi s ba nc!. Th e b e tt e r th e es tab li s hm e nt, the h ig he r th e c la ss of c us tom e r, a nd t h ey all com e hi g h. Eve n th e g irl s t ha t wo rk the place ar e be t t e r dr esse d an d more e labo rat e ly g room ed. I t is con s id e r ed impr op er for a " ba b e" to pr opos ition e ve n a drunk e n G I o r office r o n th e s tr ee t, but if h e e nt e r s a place, h e is fa ir g ame for a n y " ba b e" t hat ha s b een li c e n sed to op e r at e in that part ic ul ar p la c e. In Pi g all e, as w e l1 as th e r es t of Pa ri s, on ly t he ve ry low c lass fol1ow e r of th e a nc ie nt profess ion w ill p r opo s it ion an y bo dy on th e s tr ee t. S he just do es not rat e ve ry hi g h on th e s oc ia l s ca le, and ge ne rally t ur ns o u t to b e too o ld o r too ug ly to pa ss t he te s t in th e li g h t unl ess th e cus tom er is ve r y drunk , w hi c h is t h e norma l condit ion of a Jar ge p e r ce nta g e of office r s and e n li s t ed me n w h e n t h ey g o to thi s a r ea. But a l1 of thi s was old s tuff to t h e MP s a nd m yse lf, a nd s o w e s tro l1 ed on down th e s t r ee t. ' ''' he n w e cam e to th e Mo ulin Rou ge, or th e famo us R ed Mill of Pa r is, I d ec id ed t hat nothin g fu r th e r cou ld be g a ine d by obs erv in g th ese pa rt ic ul ar MP s and e nt e r ed t he ni g ht cl ub s id e of t h e buildin g to see w hat cou ld be see n, free. T h e wa it e r s a ll looke d hop eful, but w he n I sort of ig nore d t h e m a nd w e nt a nd sat do w n by m yse lf and did not e ve n o r de r a d r ink, th ey looke d di sg us t ed and w e nt in sea r c h of mo re like ly v ictims. I s at down mo s tl y to r es t my fee t, and a ls o to see if a ny t hi n g n ew had b ee n add e d. Th e us ua l drunken c r owd of G I s a nd office rs w e r e p rese nt. Lot s of s mok e, noi se, conf us io n, c heap pe rfume from th e " ba b es ," di n g y li g hts, e tc., ma d e a mo s t romantic se ttin g for t hi s a n c ie nt es tab lis hm e nt. On th e s m a ll da nc e floor , th e s o far un s uc cess fu l " bab es " w e re dan c in g to th e s train s of a smal1 ja zz band a nd b us y " s pott in g " th e li ke ly v ic tim s. I wi ll say on e g ood wo rd for the "babe," unl ess o ne ey es he r lon g in g ly, o r motio n s for he r to j o in yo u at a ta bl e, s he wi ll n ot d o a ny t h ing mor e t han t ry to look mor e e n ti c in g than us ual. Th ey w ill n ot h a n g onto y o ur a r m or e mb a rra ss o n e on t h e st ree t. A l1 g irl s in t h is pla ce mu s t b e con s id e r e d p r ofess iona ls, fo r t he d ece nt Fre nc h g irl is ve ry pa rti c ul ar w hat sort of a pla ce s he goes to. Al1 of t he g irl s pay to ge t e ntry to th es e es tab lis hed " hun t in g g ro und s." GI s and office rs a re not c ha r ge d an e n t ran ce fee, for it ha s bee n di s cove r ed t hat t h ey w ili s pe nd a l1 t he mo n ey t h ey have on ve ry poor c ha mpai g n e or co g na c if g ive n fr ee e ntr y. 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h o ur s, and s o all that a r e goin g to t h eir own bill e t s mu s t ca tc h t h e m e tro o r walk . A ve ry w ealthy pe rs on of cou rse could hir e on e o f th e ,-e lo tax is, or s ort of rik s ha , pull ed by a ma n on a bi cycle. Th e ir rat e is r eas onabl e and amou n t s to a b o ut th e valu e of th e e ntir e ve hi cle p e r mile. A pri ce of 2000 fra ncs is no t unu s ua l for a rid e of less t ha n o ne mi le la te at ni g ht and t h is is fo rt y bu c ks as w e co un t it in Mi ss ouri . I s topp ed in a t a bookin g s ta ti o n ju s t to see w hat a c tiviti es ha d tak e n place durin g th e ev e ni n g in that pa r ti c ul a r a r ea. It had b ee n rath e r qui e t and p ea cef ul. No s hoot in gs o r s tabb ings s o fa r had bee n r eport ed . Th e robb e ry cases wo uld not b e r e port ed u ntil t he ne xt da y wh e n t he GI o r offic e r so b e r ed u p e n o ug h to r ea li ze the ge ne ra l s ituati on . Many of th em w-Ould be won de r in g a bo u t oth e r t hin gs, a nd mak e a ha s ty ru s h fo r t he nea re t pro-s tation. T h e n th ey wo u ld s pe nd th e nex t thr ee w ee ks "s w ea tin g it o ut ," j·us t wo nd e rin g if or w hom t hey h ad s le pt with. _.and why th e y had don e s o .. Thi s is t he m a in r ea son wh y Pari s w e ll dese n -es th e c r edit fo r o ve r 50 % of th e ca ses of VD co n t rac ted in E ur op e eac h m o nth. A Bookin g S ta tion is t he MP nam e for a s tation h o use . H e r e th e des k se r ge ant p e rform s th e sam e duti es a s th e des k se r ge a n t in po li ce h ea dquart e rs b ack in St. Lo ui s. Whi le I w as th e r e th e " ca tc h " from a "cat hou se" raid wa s b r o ug ht in. I mi g ht s ta te that a ll o f th e kn ow n "cat ho u ses ·' a n_ put OFF-LI MIT S by o rd e r of t he C G. Bu t e ve n t h e "Off-limits" s ig n m ea ns ve ry l ittl e to a du s ky c hild of natur e w ho ha s not y e t g rown up, or to a drunk. T hi s "catc h " wa s v e ry un sa ti s fac t o ry, for onl y a fe w drunk e n G I s had bee n ca p t u red. Th e raidin g pa r t y dec id ed that th ey co uld do be tt e r a t an o t he r pla ce, and in v it ed m e to g o alon g . It wa s g etti n g prelly lat e, bu t I am from Mi ss o u ri an d alw a y s inte r es te d . I m ig ht add th at it w a s q u it e c us tomary for M l) office rs to in vit e t he ir fri e nd s to com e a lon g on du ty s tatu s , for th e f r ie n d ge ne ra ll y n e, -e r ha s had th e oppo rtunit y t o o bse r ve th e int e rior of a "ca t ho use" in P a ri s a nd th e MPs a r e a lwa ys g la d t o ha ve a n ex t r a ha nd alon g ju s t in ca se it is not an o rdi nar y de n of v ice_ It w as c ust om a ry for sOl11 e of t h e G I blac k m a rk e t op e ra to rs to set u p h ea dqu art e rs in " ca t h o uses ," a nd in case of a ra id, sOl11 e elect ed to s hoot it o ut r a th e r th a n face a ge ne ra l co urtmartial b oard wit h -W or SO yea rs in m ind. Ju st a s a so rt o f w a rmin g -u p exe rc ise, th e raidin g part y fir s t v i it ed a ce rt a in se c ti o n th a t is o fr li mit s. Vie w e n t into a ve ry e la borat e loo kin g ca fe, but no v ic tim s w e re in s ig h t. T hi s w a s o ff of th e b eate n tra ck o f GI s a nd I had n eve r b ee n th e re -b efo r e in a ll of m y prow li n gs a bo u t t h e s tr ee t s of P a ri s . It wa s lik e a ll ot h e r cafe s w it h o ne exce p t io n, it ha d n ot c lo se d d ow n a ro un d 2330 h o ur s a nd th e wa itresses did n ot \N a r a nyt hin g a bove t he wa is t exce pt ma y be a ribb o n o r co mb in th e h a ir. I aga in ,vis h ed fo r m y ca m e ra, bu t a 3.j le ns is not s uffic ie n t. I lea rn ed th at it wa s ve ry im po li t e to s tar e at t he w a itr esses . a nd so w e tur ned aro und a nd le ft in sea rc h of a be tt e r hu "t in g g ro und . T he re a r e so ma ny "ca t h o uses ·' in Pa r is a nd so [e w lI P v ice s q ua ds t hat so m e pro ba bl y will neve r b e ra id ed. T h is v ic e s q ua d d ec id d o n o ne mo re or less at r a ndo m a nd so w e desce nd ed on a s ma ll on e a bo ut two bl oc ks eas t of t he l'a la is R oya l ju s t off R ue Ri vo li. Ill ooke d lik e a ny ot h e r s m a ll ho tel exce pt th at it had a n OFF-LUI IT S s ig n ove r t he e ntranc e. I t wa s n ca r a ho t el b ill it in g U.S . A rm y pe rso nn cl, and t he "ma da m " lIl is too k u ~ fo r cust omer .. S he wa a ra t he r po r t ly dam e wh o had see n be tte r d ays , an d man y of t he m , from h e r loo ks. he wa s a ll s mile s a.J'ld f ull of goo d Fre nc h h os pita li ty until th e F r e nc h cop en t e red a nd sp ill ed t h e bea ns . In Pa ri s, it is n ot co n id e re d goo dm all ne r s to raid t he house of a F re nc h citi ze n unl ss ill conj un c tio n wit h th e F r e nch Po lice, wh o I m us t say a r e, much mor e e ffi ci n t t ha n t h e ave ra ge per 0 11 be li eve d_ ] [ a Fr nc h man ge t s o u t of ha n d and s ta rts a fi g h t or di s t ur bLE T ' 5

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A le tt e r ha s ju s t bee n rece ive d from Lt. Col. L. B. "Red" Hopkin s from which th e followin g is noted: I wi s h I had had a few of th es e add resses I pi c ked out of th ese two (A luilinu s) publi cat ion s you se nt m e so that I co uld have look ed u p one o r two of th e bo ys wh e n I was in t h e ETO. I see Dan Ken nedy u p th e re on George Patton 's S taff. I \'las into P a tton 's hea dqu a rt e r s two or thr ee tim es but a lway s throu g h Ordna nce c hann els and th e n wh e n I wa s aro und th e r e m y so le mi ss ion in li fe was to ge t in and out of hi s office as rapidl y as poss ibl e. Ended up V-E Day in L in z, A us tri a. T hin gs we r e not ve ry active th e n-it wa s j us t a pu s h ov e r, but go in g into Colo g ne th e 1st of March wa s a tou g h job ; how eve r, it wa s worth it. Neve r saw so much :Mo sell e win e, c hampa g ne, and s tuH to g o with it in a ll my life. Damn good thin g th e Rhin e wa s a barri e r. Th e troop s co u ld not ha ve found a be tt e r e xcu se to lay around the cit y t e n or fo urt ee n days. H ave b ee n in and out of Aber dee n quit e a bit s in ce be in g on thi s job. Spe nt t wo winters up north. Th e b es t on e wa s th e winter of '43 a nd '44 w he n we wer e up in th e Yukon. Had a yisito r up there - S ir Hub e rt \ "fi lkin s who, eve n thou g h he has a tin ea r, was da mn ed good company and a damned poor poker player. The boy s took hi m for quite a bit of hi s ro ya lti es o n hi s book s. " R ed" see m s to lik e th e Army. Durin g th e fi r s t vVorld War, R ed wa s in th e Infant ry in th e "T rum a n" Divisio n. W hi le thu s se r vin g , man y unu s ua l s ituation s deve lop ed, in which R ed played an important part. O n ce, whi le R ed was esco rtin g a half doz e n ca ptured Kr a ut s to th e r ea r, one of the K rauts made a crack, in bro ke n E n g li s h, to th e effec t that th ese ha lf doz e n Krauts would not ha ve bee n capt ur ed if th ey had not run o ut of ammunition . R ed imm edi a t ely threw hi s own g un s an d ammunition down on th e g round a nd proceeded to tak e on a ll s ix in th e " natural " way. H e co nv in ced them, and eve r si nce, Red sta rt s throwin g hi s we ig ht a round whe neve r he find s him se lf in th e company, however fri e ndl y, of anyon e whose nam e ha s eve n th e sli g ht es t Teutonic o ri g in. ;\bout 15 or 20 yea r s ago, R ed took part in th e N ica ra g uan Ca mpai g n. It see m s t hat durin g a to rr e ntial rainstorm, a ce rtain town in N ica r ag ua wa s thr ea te n ed by inundation . Th e r e ports t ellin g about th e pro g r ess of an impendi n g Aood pro ceedin g in th e dir ec tion of th e to w n, w e re coming in from a ll so ur ces. Fina ll y, a ll civi li a ns and so ldi e r s wer e ord e red to s tand-b y for evac u:1t ion. O ld R ed, w ho had b ee n s leep in g a ll th r o ug h the excitement, a wok e, a nd want ed to kn ow what wa s cooking. Wh e n told, he ca ll ed for a sq uad of Vo lunt ee rs and a load of dy nami te. Lea din g the Volu n teers thro ug h the sto rm, R ed p ro ceeded to a point kno w n to him , planted hi s dyn'1mit e, tou c hed it off, di ve rt ed the s tr ea m a nd saved th e town. For this act R ed r ece ive d th e Sold.ie r 's Medal, til e hi g hest peace tim e award. So, w he th e r in Peace, or in vVa r , R ed see m s to kno w how to kee p si tu a tion s from beco mil1 g dull.

Sigma N u House D amaged by Fire During Thanksgiving Holidays On Nov. 23 durin g th e noon hour whi le all of th e Sigma N u's w e r e hom e for th e Thanksgiving holid ays, a fire des troy ed th e int e rior of th e t hr ee-s tory fr ate rnit y. Dean Curti s L. \ \Tilson est im ate d th e damage at approx im ate ly $30,000. Thou g h th e fir e m e n did a ll th ey could to co ntr ol the nre, furni s hin gs and all of th e frate rnity m e mb e r s ' clothin g w e r e des tro ye d, a s th e fire s prea d throu g h th e hou se rapidly. Firemen sa id th ey b elie ve d th e fi r e wa s ca used by s pontan eo us co mbu s tion from oi ly clea nin g ra gs and mop s in a closet. There w e r e on ly two Sigma N u' s who r e mained in Rolla, but n eith er w e r e at th e hou se at th e tim e of th e fir e. A rr a n ge m e nt s w e re b ein g mad e to hou se th e memb e r s In othe r fraterniti es on th e ca mpu s a nd in private hom es.

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Advanced ROTC R eactivated Th e VVar D epa rtm e nt has notifi ed Dea n \ ,Vi lso n of t he Sc hool of Min es a nd Meta llur gy th a t th e A dva nced RO TC co ur ses wo uld be r es um ed on th e ca mpu s at th e b eginnin g of th e sp rin g se m es t e r on Jan. 28. Ma j. E. C. Ri c hard so n is professo r of Military Sc ie n ce a nd Tact ics. Th e A d va nced ROT C work was s uspe nd ed in Ap ril of 19-B, wh e n a ll of t he men in the Reserve Co rp s wer e wi thdralVn from sc hoo l an d p laced on active mi litar y duty fo r furthe r tr a i;lin g in th e a rm y cam ps. U nd e r th e new p ro g ram beg innin g in January vetera ns hon orab ly di sc ha r ge d o r tran s fe rr ed to th e E nli s ted R eserve will be g ive n c redit for 'th e act ive se rvic e in lie u of th e ba s ic co ur se of th e fi r s t two yea rs of th e ROTC pro g ram, on t he bas is of s ix month s in se rvi ce equa ll in g a y ear of bas ic tra inin g, or a yea r 's act ive se r vice equa ll in g th e f ull ba sic R OTC pro g ranl.

Those taking th e Advanced ROT C work wi ll r ece ive a pproximat ely $20 a month co mpar ed with a tw e nty-five ce nt s a day rate paid b efo re th e wa r. In add ition , cadets wi ll be furnished s ho es, overcoats and tex tbook s. They wi ll g e t a mu ch hi g h e r rat e of pay at su mm e r camps, a nd afte r ear nin g a co mmi ss ion th ey wi ll receive the stat utory un iform a li owance of $250 a t th e tim e th ey e nt e r upon a 3 months tour of activ e duty . The advanced co urse w ill b e open to st ud e nt s between 19 and 26 yea r s of age who have an army test score of 11 0, or be tt e r, and who have s uf-fi cie nt Hi g h School credits in the Sc hool of Min es. Th e advanced ROT C program was first und e r ta ken at the Sc hool of Min es in 1922 fo llowin g the la s t vVor ld 'Na r, wit h s ix tee n juniors and on e se nior en rolled. It has co ntinu ed a a popular course down to 1943 a nd man y of th e MSM g raduat es w ho have taken thi s cou r se ha ve obtained d ist in ct io n in militar y serv ice in th e cur re nt vVorld \ "fa r. In a ddition to the ROTC trainin g pro gram the Sc hool of Mines train ed approximat e ly 500 tra in ees for the S ig nal Corps at th e b eg innin g of the waL Some 500 s tud e nt s were a lso trained for t he War D epartment und e r th e AS TP program and through t he Civ ilian Pilot Trainin g pro g ram abo ut an equal numb e r of s tud e nt pi lots w e re train ed on th e camp us. The Ai r Co rp s ha s r ece ntly se nt two repr ese ntati ves to the campus to s urvey faci liti es avai lab le h e r e for th e possib le ins tallation of an Air Co rp s ROT C in th e n ear futu r e. Action on thi s ha s not ye t bee n comp leted.

Executive Committee Meets with Faculty The Exec uti ve Committee of th e Boa rd of Curators m et in Rolla Monda y and Tu esday of Jan. 7 and 8 for its r egul a r monthly meeting. In attendance were F rank C. ;'vf a nn of Sp rin g fi eld, Chairman of the Exec utiv e Com mitt ee , G uy A. Thomp son of St. Lo ui s, a nd S tratto n Shartel of Kansas Ci ty, all m emb e r s of th e Board of Curato r s. A lso h e r e for the m ee tin g we r e Dr. Fred e rick A. Middl e bu s h, Pres id e nt of t he U ni ve rs ity, an d Mrs. Les lie Cowa n, V ice-President of the U ni ve r s ity. Th e m ee t ings were h eld in t h e office of Dea n Cur tis L. Wil son in Parke r Hall. The Exec utive Committee gave particular attention to the hou s in g of s tud e nt s and other matters of importa nce to the Sc hool of Min es . Th e Committee a tt e nd ed the r eg ul a r month ly m ee tin g of th e fac ulty on th e eve nin g of Jan. 8, at which m ee tin g Ch airman i\I a nn , a form e r i\I S]vf st ud e nt, addressed the fac ult y, ex press in g appr ec iation of th e Boa rd m em bers present fo r th e opportunity of meet in g t he fac ulty an d ex press in g a des ir e to know eac h of th m persona ll y in th e futur e. Fo llo wing th e facu lty m eet in g th e memb er s of th e Board we nt to Dean \"fi lso n's offi ce wher e eac h memb e r of th e fa c ulty wa s introdu ce d to th e m. Th e Co mm itt ee adjourn ed Tuesday ni g h t until ea r ly in February wh e n it is ex pec ted that that m ee tin g will be a lso. he ld in Roll a .

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profound c h a n ges in th c pa t te rn o f warfare. S urpri sc has a l ways b ee n onc of th e m o<;[ imp o rtant e le m c nt s in attac k . In th e pa s t, s urpri sc h as b ee n ac hi evc d b y th e d c plo y m c nt of forces in th c d a rkn ess of ni g ht or und c r a co vc rin g of fog, c lo ud o r smok e . T h e ea rl y wa rnin g of e n e m y app roac h a[forekd by o ur el'e r imp r OI' in g ra d ar e quipm e nt s a nd th e incr eas ing ly effec ti ve t cc hniqu cs fo r t h e ir usc ha vc mad c s u rp ri se a tt ac k s impo ss ible. I ~ ada r not o nl y sees, it ca n also In eas ur ~ di s ta n cc and angles w h e n g il'e n s uit a bl c form. If the po s ition of th e ra d ar is ta k c n at th c Cl!nte r (t h c o ri g in) of a po lar coo rdinat c sys te m , ,' a cl a r ca n m cas ur c th e di s tanc c to a fi xcd o r moving object-its radi us vecto r-a nd th e a n g les d e finin g th e dir ec tion of t h e ra diu s vec tor to th e o bj ect with s u c h cxactn ess t h a t thi s loca tion info rm a tion ca n b c usc d for th c fi rc co ntr ol o f g'u ns or for th c droppin g of bomb s . In 1939, wh c n th c war b cga n , ra d a r sc ic n ce wa s in its pione e rin g p e riod. Tt could b c use d to a li mit e d e xt e nt for det ect ion o f obj ec ts, p r in c ip a ll y plan es in th e a ir, b ut cou ld n o t locate th e m with s uffi c ie nt exact n css that it cou ld b e u se d for e ith e r th e co ntrollin g of t h e fi rin g of g un s or for th e dr oppi n g o f bomb s. As t h l! war pro g r esse d ou r co untr y 's sc ie ntifi c and tec hn olo g ica l st re n g th w as app li e d wit h a le eve r incr eas in g te m po to th e e xt e n s ion of ra dar sc ic nc e and a r t. 'vVe qui c kl y mov e d out of th e pion ee rin g p e ri od a nd, b y th e war' s c nd, w e r e in th at of a matur e tech nol o gy . A d vances w e r e mad e in fi ve years that in norm a l tim es wou ld hal'e re quired tw e nty . Thu s , not o nl y th e d e t ect ion of e m ¡my plan es to g r eat di s tan ces, t hrou g h out th e compl e t e s olid an g le of s pac e abo ve th e e arth, but a lso the d ctec tion of e n e m y s hip s a nd s ubmarin es by our radar on lan d , on s hip s and s ubm a rin es b eca m e an e ve r y -day occ urr e n cc. D etec tion from th e ai r of th e e n e m y 's s hip s a nd s ublllarin es , hi s co n ce ntration s of m ec hanized armi es , h is c itie s and fort ification s wa s a continuou s ro utin e of our ra dar e qui pped patrol plan es . T h c m eas ur em ent fun ct ion e l'o ll'c d with s uc h eve r in c r ca s in g ac c ura cyb e th e rad a r on la nd, on s hip , on s ublllarin e a r on a plan c in th e air-that at t h e war 's e nd radar controlled g un fir e and b om bin g ri valed in acc ur acy th at controlled b y optic s . A ll of th is b y ni g ht a nd day and throu g h c lo ud and fog! 'vV h c n a n e w t ec hniqu c of warfa r c is e quall y d e l'e lop ed and app lie d by th e tw a combata nt s, it c han ges th e s tyle of war but is n ot apt to b ec om c a d ec is iv e c lement in v ictor y for e ith e r s id e. H ewcI'c r, if o n e of th e co mbatant s improl'es an d appli es th e n ew tec hniqu c at a mor e rapid rat e, h e th e n ca n mak e it a n impo rt a nt and pe rh a p s a d e t e rminin g c lc m e nt in h is v ictor y . In th e yea r s imme di ate ly b efo re th e war , radar w a s co nceil'c d a nd had its pione c rin g d CI'e loplll e nt in t h e mi lit a r y laborato ri es o f o ur country, Eng land, Ge rm a ny and p e rh ap s J apa n . At th e w a r' s b eg innin g , Ge r ma n radar was almo s t th e e qu a l of th at of o ur co untr y a nd of E n g land, w hile J apa n' s wa s d ec id e dl y infe rior . H owel'e r, as t h e war pro g r esse d, w c aell'a n ced t hi s n e w a rt a nd sc ie n ce at a more rapid ratc than did o ur e n e mi es. \V e app lie d it with amazi n g s peed to eve ry po ss ibl e scc tor of wada re and s uppli ed o ur a rm e d f or ces with a tr e m e ndou s I'o lum e o f spec ia li ze d equipm e nt s s uit cd t o a wid e I'a ri ety of app li cat io n s . O ur e n emies advance d t h c tec hn ology at a s low e r pac e a nd ma d e al'ai la b le to t h e ir a rm cd force s a s ma ll e r I'o lu me of equipm e nt s that wer c m ore limit ed in va ri ety. :Rad a r, t h e r efo re, b eca m e a n it e m o f g r ea t adl'a nta ge to u s . I t s h ortc n e d t h e war a nd mad e v ic to ry poss ib lc w ith m uc h sma ll e r loss of li fe tha n lI' o uld h ave b ee n possib lc in a wa r wa ge d witho u t its usc . R adar ref e r s to n o s in g le ins trum e n t - it is a sy nth c ti c word that d esc ribe s a fu nction. Ind ee d an indi vi du a l ra da r set Ill ay we ig h o nl y a hundr ed pound s a nd hay e t h e s iz e a nd s h ape of a s mall bomb s ui ted to in st a ll ation in a fa s t ai rplan e; o r it may b e a ,'as t assem bl age of e quipm e nt mount cd

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in a tru c k and seve ral trailer s havin g a g iant a nt e nna s tru ctur e a nd re quirin g a w h ol e c ompa ny of s o ldi e r s to operatc it. It m ay b e a thr ec -ton e quipm e nt di sposc d a b ove and b e low t h e d ec k of a battl es hip , or it m ay b c two or thr ee wat e rti g ht b oxcs on th e d ec k and a s m a ll ant e nn a o n t h e ma s t of a la ndin g bar ge. \IVhi le ra d a rs ass um e thi s g r ca t va ri e ty of form and s izc, t h ey a r e a ll g oyer n e d b y t h e s am e radio pri nc ipl cs a nd e mpl oy th c same tec hniqu cs. Th e ir functionin g c lem e nt s ha ve in co mlllon e lec tron tub es In la r ge numb e r a n d g reat vari ety int e r- connected b y mo s t co mpl ex communi ca tion- lik e c ir c uit s. T h ey a ll e mbody a tr a n s mitt e r to ge n c ra te th e ra di o e n e r gy in s uit a bl e fo rm a nd a t a n a d cqu ate powe r leve l, a n anten n a d es ig n ed to form a patte rn in th e s h ape re quir e d of radiat e d e n e r gy, and a rece ive r to "pic k up " th e re turnin g e n e r gy "ec ho e d " from t h e o bj ec ts v iewc d. Land Rada r As th e war pro g resse d an in creasi n g numb e r of a ppli cation s of th c land b ase d rada r wer e found . Spacc do cs not p e rmit a de sc ripti o n of a ll of th e m. Rada r for ear ly warnin g of th c approach of e n e m y a ir c raft was o f mili ta r y va lue cve n with th c r e lative ly c rud e cquipm e nt s of 19-10. Th r ou g h th e advances in ea rl y warnin g rada r s and th e tec hniqu es of th e ir u sc m a d e durin g thc war, it is n ot no w po ss ibl e fo r an e n e m y plan e to e n t c r a n ar ea c ov e re d b y our ea rl y warni n g radar e qui p m e nt s without its pr ese n ce b e in g d e tec t cd a nd at a s uffi c ie ntl y g reat d; s !'tn cC t h ;; t tim e is ava ilabl c to a le rt a nd man o ur def e n ses . Farl y wa rnin g land racial' S eve n thou g h p e rformin g an id e nti ca l functional ta s k h a l'e ass ulll e d g reat va ri c ty in s ize, form and w e ight. At t h e on e e xtr e m e o f co mpl ex it y and w e ig h t is that d es ig n e d fo r p r ot ec ti o n o f lar gc a nd important militar y area s . It is a mammoth, p c rman e nt in s ta ll ation t hat mak es co ntinuou s ly a va ilab le inform at ion co nc e rnin g t h e mo ve m e n t of eve r y p la n e in th e v ic inity up to a ltitud es of s om e .)0,000 feet and out to di s tan ces mea s ur e d in man y te n s of m ile s . Fri e ndl y p lan es (as w e ll as combat s hi p s of th c al li ed na v ies) ar c e Cj uip p e d wit h a co mpl ex e lec tronic gadgc t int eg rat ed into th e radar sys tem opcration s , cal led 11' 1; (id e ntifi cation of f ri e nd and fo e) , that p e rmit s th e ea rl y wa rnin g ra d ar to te ll w h e th e r an app r oac h in g plan c (o r s hip ) is fr ie nd o r fo e, At th e ot h e r c xtr e m e of c omp lex it y a nd w e ig h t is th e a ir t ra n s portab le ear ly warnin g radar . I t ca n b e readi ly Aown into th e area of its usc. It ha s th e minimulll p oss ibl e w c ig ht a nd is packa ge d into scvc ra l compa c t unit s . I ts unit s ca n b e qui c kly co mbin e d and "se t up " to op e ra te a s an ea rl y wa rnin g e q ui pm e nt. Th ese air tra n s portable unit s h a ve b ee n of g r eat cs t yalu e in Cjuickly es tab lis hin g ai r prot ec tion fo r a l~e wly won e n e m y area, s u c h a s a b eac hh cad . Th e s u ccess fu l prot ec tion o f ]w o .l ima a nd O kin awa ow cs mu c h to t h is typ e o f li g ht weig ht ca rl y wa rnin g e quipm e n t. A ft e r th e p r esc n ce of c n e m y ai r p la n es h as b ee n es ta bli s h cd b y carl y wal nin g rad ar, a tt e mpt is m ade to brin g th e m do w n by antiair c raft fire from th e g round a nd by fi g ht e r p lan e int e r ce ption and atta c k. Rad a r pla ys an essc ntial rol e in b ot h m e thod s. To dir ec t t h e antiai r c raft g un fi r c, a Fire Co ntrol Radar is e m p loyed. I t ha s p rope rti es s uit e d to the tr ac kin g of a s in g le p la n e and to continuou s ly s uppl y in ,. data of th e p lan e's exa c t pos iti o n . Thi s ra dar ha s a n ex tr e m e ly s har p beam , lik e a s~ arc hli g ht. Ileca u se of t h e s h arp ness of its b eam, it fi nd s its ta r ge t with diffi c ult y so its b ea m is pla ce d "o n" th e se lecte d c n c m y p la n c by th e ea rl y wa rnin g radar. Th e se lec ted p lane is t h e n tra c k ed b y th e fi r e co ntr o l raci a l', w hi c h con tin uously te ll s a n "c lect r ica l br a in"- th c G un Direc tor - th e angle a t w hi c h to poi nt th e a ntiair c raft g un s and t h e time se lti n ,!!, of t he ir fu ses so t hat a le th a l h it ca n b e madc. O ur atta c kin g plan e-call e d a n Inte rcepto r- h as a s pec ia l ra dar built int o it s no se th at p e rmit , it to follow th e e n 111y p lane-once it is "o n" -regardless of I' isi bilit y a nd to clo se with it fo r a ki ll. Lik e the antiai r c raft radar , th e interceptor ge n e ra ll y n ee d s to b e p lac e d "on" th e se lec t ed e n e my plan e.

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Thi s is acc ompli s h ed b y radio t e le phon e dir e ct ion s to th e int e r ce ptor from th e g round c re w th a t is ob se rv in g th e po s ition s of 'o ur int e r cepto r and th e e n emy plan e by s til l anoth e r typ e of ra d ar . T h is radar, kn own a s a G r o und Co ntrol lnt e rce ption Radar, a ls o ha s s pecia l prop e rti es s uit ed to its purpo se . As th e wa r ha s pr og resse d, rad a r dir e cted a nti ai r c ra¡ft fir e and r adar g uid e d int e r ce ption h av e b ec om e incr ea s in g ly e ffectiv e a ga in s t e n e my pl an e a tta c k. In \ MorldVVa r I n e ith e r anti a ir craft fi r e nor pl an e inte r ce ption w e r e at a ll e ff ec ti ve. In t h is war both m e th od s of a tta c k h ave b ee n mad e pot e nt b y th e n e w ra dar and e lec trical dir ec to r sc ie n ce. Radar dir e cte d a nti a ir c raft g un fir e and int e rce ptor plan es wer e u se d to d efe nd London a gain s t th e Bu zz bomb s-th e G e rm a n V -l 's . O n e S und ay la te in A u g u s t ]9-14, ]05 bu zz bomb s Aew ov e r t h e C h annel a nd cro sse d th e Brit is h coa s t h ea d e d for L ondon . O nl y thr ee of th e m ar ri ve d. Th ey we r e a ll that s ur vi,,'- ed aft e r ant iai rc raft a nd int e r ce ption attack. Th e Ground Fire C ontrol Radar s, t h e Int e r ce ptor Plan e R a dar s a nd th e E lect ric a l D ir ec tor s e mp loyed we r e of our co untry 's ci eve lopm e nt a nd p r oduction. Ship Radar In r ece nt w ee k s seve ra l of th e pri n c ip a l port s of our co untr y ha ve b ee n yi s it ed b y la r ge numb e rs' of chip s of diffe r e nt c la sses fr o m o ur Aee t. Th ese s hip s h ave b ee n in s pec ted b y se y e ra l m illi on s of o ur citizens . T h ey ha ve ob se r ve d that s hi p s of al l c la sses ha,-e bri s tl e d ,~' ith radar a nt e nna s , la r ge and s ma ll a nd ha vin g g reat va ri e ty of fo rm. Radar is ideally s uit e d to nav a l warfar e . Th e r e is no a r ea of warfare wh e r e th e po ss ibiliti es of radar h ave b ee n ex p loit ed to a g r ea te r e xt e nt a nd to b ette r advanta ge than h er e . Battl es hip s a nd c rui se rs di s p lay a d oz e n or mo re radar a nt e nna s a nd eve n th e r e lati ve ly tin y PT boat g ives ant e nn a ev id e nc e t hat it too emplo ys radar in its fi g htin g ta s k s. Sea r c h for t h e e n em y a nd earl y wa rnin g of hi s p r ese nce a r e of pa r a mount importance to ou r Navy in it s s trate gy of a tt ac k a nd d e fe n se. Radar s ha ve b ee n d eve lop ed and s upp li e d to th e Aee t in g r eat " a ri e ty that f ulfill it s sea r ch and ea rl y wa rnin g n ee d s. S ome ar e s pecia ll y d es ig ned for see in g e n e m y p lan es at g r eat di s t a n ces , w h et h e r t h ey b e n ear th e wate r 's s urface o r at e leva tion s of s om e 50,000 fee t. Ot h e r s have prop e rti es esse nti a l to th e d e t ec tion of s hip s a nd s ubmarin es , ev e n wh e n th e s ubmarin e is partially s ubm e r ge d. Th ey a r e ca pabl e of d e te cti n g all c r aft that a re in th e area wit hin th e horizon of t h e searchi n g s hip. Th e g reat va ri e ty of rad a r eyes that g uard our Aeet makes it impo ss ib le for it to b e ca u g ht off g ua l-d. Th e capta in of eve ry s hip a lway s ha s up-to-th e-m inut e ra d ar map s that di s play an d g ive approximat e lo ca tion s of a ll plan es and s hip s-fri e nd or foe-t h at a re ,vit hin hi s lin e of s ig ht. IFF e nabl es him to diffe re n tiate b e tween friend and fo e . After th e e n e my ha s b ee n detec te d, h e mu s t b e attack ed and d es troy e d. T h e s hip s of al l c la sses of o ur Navy hav e a tr e m e ndou s fir e power. Ou r Navy's e xp e ri e nc es ea rl y in the war brou g ht a bou t a lar ge increase in t h e number of g un s mount e d on eac h s hip, es p ec ia ll y tho se for u se a g ain s t attackin g plan es . Th e plan es of th e a ircraft carri e r s that form a pa rt of eve ry nava l ta s k force , a s w (;11 a s th e plan es ba se d on batt le s hip s and cr ui se rs , a dd to th e attacking pow e r of t h e Aee t. Radar dir ec t s t h e fir e of s ub s tantially all t h e g un s of ou r Aee t a nd is an int eg ral part of th e attack in g ge ar of th e s hip-ba se d plan e . \Mithout radar our fl ee t, a s an ins trum e nt of attack, wo uld b e se riou s ly li mit e d b y da r kn ess, by low Ayi n g c loud s , by fo g a nd by s mok e s cree n s creat ed by th e e n e my. O ur Navy had ra d ar s to cont rol t h e fir e of many of it s g un s u se d a g ain s t s hip s and plan es at th e b eg innin g of th e japanese wa r . Th ey ha ve b ee n co n s tantl y impro ve d and brou g ht to s ub s tantia ll y th e s am e leve l of accuracy a s that of optical fir e contro l. From th e early da ys of th e war, th e proportion of th e g un s of our fl eet w ho se fire is rada r dir ec ted h a s s teadily incr ease d.

O ur naval v ic tori es of 19-12 in th e So lomon I s la nd s ar ea, w h e n t h e j apan ese na va l fo r ces mat e riall y outnum b e r e d our own, w e r e mad e po ss ibl e throu g h t h e u se of o ur s u p e ri or sea r c h and fir e cont r ol rad a rs in ni g h t-tim e e n gage m e nts . O n man y occa s ion s th e radar s of our batt les hip s , c rui se r s and d es troy e r s prob e d t h e da rkn ess w ith t h e ir in v is ib le sea r c hli g ht s and di sc o ve r e d th e pr ese n ce of e n emy vesse ls Ill a n y mi les away-fr e qu e ntl y mor e than e ig ht. T hr o u g hout t il e Pa c ific war th e g un s of ou r fl ee t we r e r epeate dly tra in e d o n a nd fi re d at e n emy vesse ls un see n exce pt for radar. Aga in and a g ain e n e m y vesse ls w e r e s unk b y day as w e ll a s b y ni g ht on th e second or third sa lvo witho u t our h avi n g see n th e m. How eve r, w e know that t h ey we r e s unk b e cause t h e " pip " indi ca tin g th e ir pr ese n ce di sa pp e ar e d from th e tru s twort h y ra dar sc r ee n . O ur s ubm a rin es ha ve bui lt th e ir s trate gy of attack around ra dar I t s ll se ins b ee n mo s t v ita l to t h e ir protecti on. \/lle ow e to radar th e s inkin gs of th e trem e ndou s tonna ge o f j apane se m e r c hant s hi ppin g and s hip s of war w ith r e lati ve ly s ma ll lo ss of o ur s ubm a rin es . In a Guam di s patch of May 27, 19-15, A dmir a l N imit z r e ports that o ur s ubmarin es had s unk s in ce th e war' s b e g inn in g- 111 9 Japan ese s hip s, of the se 126 we r e s hip s of war. The tota l tonna ge wa s 4,500,000 ton s. Throu g h r adar o ur s ubmarin es hunt ed at ni g ht. Th e upto-th e -minute ra da r Jll a p o f th e s ubnlarin e's s urr o undin gs mad e it po ss ibl e for it to locat e th e Jap a n ese s hip s and to " clo se in" on th e m to w it hin torp edo fir e r a n ge without d e t ec tion. Rad a r i'nform a tion dir ecte d th e torp edo fir e w ith g r eate r acc ur acy than poss ibl e with optics , b y day. A s ubmarin e c rui ses a lon g di s tanc e from its h o m e ba se . It ca n carry onl y a limite d numb e r of tor pe do es . A n in crease in acc ur acy of fire is e qui va le nt to a proportionat e in c r ease in our numb e r of s ubm a rine s. Radar is indi s p e n sa bl e to the s ubma rin e . Air born e Radar Th e 2irplan e h?s add " d a n ew di;ll e ll s ion to w arf a r e . I t was u se d to a limited ex tent in \ ,yorld War I , but it pl aye d only a minor part in t h e s tr ategy of th e wa r. It ca m e into it s own in \ Morld \Afa r II. It d e te rmin e d t h e v ictor to a g r ea t e r extent than a n y other on e faci li ty. A irplan es of ma n y type s , s iz es and function s were d eve lo ped for wa r u se and t h ey wer e produce d in t e n s of thou sa nd s . Radar w ith p rope rtie s s uit ed to th e tactical use of eve ry typ e o f plane was d e ve lop e d an d produc ed in la r ge qu a n ti tie s. Th e mi g h ti es t plane fo r s t rat egic bo mbin g- the B-29-a s we ll a s th e " s ma ll as po ss ible" ca rri e r ba se d patro l p la n e wa s e quipp e d wit h a radar s p ec ia ll y s ui ted to its tac tical p urpo se_ vVithout radar th e airp lane, wit hout doubt, would h ave occupi ed a m u ch s ma ll e r place in the s trat egy of t hi s war. Space do es not p e rmit a s tory a bou t th e g r eat va ri e ty of a irpl ane radar s in th e ar ea b e twee n th e mi g hti es t a nd th e leas t. Radar mad e it s g r eates t air wa r contribution in s trat eg ic bomb e r s-B-17, 13-24 and B -29-use d ra dar bomb s ig ht s initial ly to s up plement optical bomb s ig ht s. Battle exp e ri e nc e s oon d emo n s trat e d th at th e r e wa s s o littl e time in w hi c h v is ibilit y, from th e hi g h a ltitud es at w hi ch our bomb er s Aew, wa s ad equat e for optica l s ig ht bombin g th a t hi g h es t priorit y wa s g iv e n to the resea r ch a nd d eve lopme nt n eces sa ry to impro ve th e acc ura cy a nd faci lity of radar bombs ig ht s_ l3 e for e the e nd of ho s tiliti ES th e bombin g ro le of optic s and radar wa s r eve r se d. Radar b eca m e the primary bombin g facilit y a nd opti cs th e s tandby fac ility u se d only at s u c h t im es a s v is ibilit y m a d e it poss ib le. \N e r e it not for radar, th e tr e m e ndou s d es tru ct ion of t h e Germ a n and J apan ese p r od u ction front s mi g ht we ll h ave b ee n impo ss ibl e _ Ce rt a inl y it wo uld h av e r e quir e d a much lon ge r time. Raclar LI se in carrier ba se d p lane s p robabl y rank s second in importance a s w e ll as in s ize_ Th e ca rri e r ba se cl plan e take s off from its Ai g ht cl ec k-a pin point in th e v a s t expanse of th e oc ean-and pro cee d s on mi ss io n s of g r ea t v ari e ty a g ain s t th e e n emy. Unti l radar wa s avai labl e , th e mo s t diffic ult ta s k of th e pilot wa s th e location of hi s obj ect ive and ,

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Onc o f th e ca rri er pilots in r epo rtin g on hi s usc of rada r sa id : <, I ~adar i,; esse nt ia l to th e man y j o b s I\' e ar c ca lled upon to do and tho se j obs in c lud e not o nl y t h e sear c hin g o ut of enl'my tar ge t s, na vigat in g in s tran ge te rrit ory and h o min g t o o ur carri e r, but a lso h e lpin g u s to Ay in , o\'e r and aro un d rai n sq uall s and by pointin g o ut ta r ge ts throu g h ov e r ca s t. " 'I n spcaki n g of a part ic ular mi ss ion h e sa id: " \lV e approach ed th e is la nd a b oye th e ove r cas t and w e r e w e ll ori e nt ed thr o u g h th e u se o f o u r ra d a r, Th e pos ition of t h e ta r ge t fi e ld w as eas il y d c te r min e d in b earin g a nd di s ta n ce frolll th e coas t~-in (; a nd a windin g ri ve r c lear ly di s p la ye d o n o ur ra dar map, \Vc' mad " a s tlr p" isc' a nd s u ccc,;s ful att ac k , d o in g mu c h d amage t o a ir fie ld in s ta ll atio n s and re t urn ed s uccess ful ly h ome; o ur na\' iga tin g ta s k mad e easy by our rad a r ," R adar Researc h a nd Produ ction Effort Ra d a r' s ear ly pion ee r in g da ys were s pent in th e labo rat o ri es o f o ur arm ed for ces, It e nt e r ed a fe w of ou r indu s trial labo ra t o ri es in 1938 and 1939, In m id 1940 w ith t h e formati on o f th e N ational Defe n se R esea r c h Co mmitt ee, m a ny of th e sc ie nti s t s from th e r esea r c h la bora tori es of our uniy e rs i ti es w c re ga th e re d toge th e r in n e w laboratori es at Ma ss a chu ,;et ts 1ns tit ut e o f Tec hnol ogy to furth e r ach'anc e rad ar sc ie n ce, F r olll m id 19,W th e r esea rc h and d e \'e lopm e nt effort o f militar y, indu s trial and n e wl y c r eat e d la b orator ies of th e N [)T~ C in c r ease d at a tr e m e nd o us rat e, Th e production of th e ra d a rs d e \'e loped in the se la b orat orie, got und e r wa y in th e llIan ufac turin g plants of a few of o ur co mmuni cation e quipm e nt Illan ufa c tur e rs in 1940, Th e scope a nd m a g nitud e of t h e resea r c h and d eve lopm e n t effo r t Ill a d e ava ila bl e n e w rad a r d esign s fo r produ c tion in a n e \'e r inc e ras in vo lum e, T h is n ecess itat ed th e ex t e n s ion of t he prod uc ti o n e ffo r t t o a lm ost a ll of t h e co mmuni ca tion eq uipm en t a nd e lec troni c co mpon e nt manufa c tur e!'s of our co un t r y, Durin g t h e int e n -a l from llIid 19-+0 until Y-J Da y our co untry 's produ c tion of ra dar e quipm e nt s and assoc iat e d fac iliti es h ad a d o ll a r vo lum e s li g htl y in excess of thr ee bi llion , Thi s indu s tr y a t th e sa m e tim e produ ce d co mmuni ca ti o n fac iliti es a nd o th e r in st rum e nt s of war ot' co ml11unicati on a nd e lec troni c e quipm e nt c h a rac te r in dollar vo lum e of th e o rd c r of seve n billi o n, ] n o rd e r to a cco mpli s h thi s tre IlH;nd o us prod uc ti n ta s k, o ur com munication a nd e lect roni c indu s tri es w e r e ex pand e d se \-e ral fo ld , Th e dol lar \-o lum e of rada r wa s by a la r ge ma r g in g rea te r than that o f an y ot h e r

e lec t ro ni c in st rum e n t of war. Til e or ga ni za tion I\'ith whi c h til e writ e r is associat ed , t il e !l e ll Sys t elll , mad e th e lar ge t co ntributi o n to r ese ar c h a nd to th e d e \'e lopm e nt a nd produ c tion of radar of a n y industria l orga ni zat io n , Its re sea rc h a nd d eve lop m e nt co ntribution \\'as mad e b y it s rese ar c h co rpor a tion, th e Bell T e le phon e L a bo ra tori es, a nd it s produ ct io n con tribution by it eq u ipIn e n t manufa ct u r in g corporation, th e 'VV es t e rn E I c tric Co , In it s d e \'e lo plll nt of o n e hundr e d diffe r e nt radar sys te m s a nd til e e lec troni c and co mmuni cation- lik e co mpon e nt s es se ntial to t h e m, th e l e ll T e lep h on e Labor a tori es e xpended so m e 83 mi ll ion dollar s durin thi s fiv e yea r period, ix tyti\'e o f th e radar sys t em s w e r e produ c d in lar ge qu a ntiti es b y th e 'VV es t e rn E lect r ic Co, Tit se e quipm e nt w e re exte ns i\'e ly use d in all th eat e rs of wa r by ou r Army, Navy a nd ;U a rin e C o r p s, a nd s om e of th e m w e r e s uppli e d und e r lend lea se to o ur A lli es, Approximate ly 53 ,000 diffe r e nt sy tem s of th ese s ixt y -fiv e ty p es w e r e d e li ve re d to th e S e n ' ic s , Th e dollar vo lu m e of thi s prod u c tion wa s approximat ely 900 milli on, T h e B e ll Sys t e m 's e ffort is s om e what in excess of one-fo urth that of ou r co untr y's , Th ese data on th e number of sys t m ty p es d eve lop ed, th numb e r produ ce d a nd th e quantit y of sys te m s d e liv e red b y th e Be ll y te m can b e tak e n in their p r oportion a s a n indi ca tion of th e total e ffort of our co untry, R a d a r in the Pea cetime World \lVhil e th e vo lu m e of r adar r esc arch, d e \'e lopm e nt a nd produ c ti o n for p ea ce tim e app li ca tion s wi ll b e sev ra l hundr e d fold less t h a n that for o ur military uses , radar will pla y a n important pa rt in our n o rmal a c ti\' iti es , 1n tim e, radar w ill mak e air and se a n 'l\' ig ation continuou s , foolproof and tllu c h less ha zarelou s rega rdl ess of ni g ht or w ea th e r , Its la nd tr a n s por t ap p lica tion s a r c s ubj ec t to mor c conj ec tur e, Rada r t ec hn o lo gy wil l ha ve to mak e s trikin g advan ces in ce rtain dir e ct io n s befor e ra d a r ca n pla ya s iza bl rol e as an aid in la nd tran s po r t. T h e re is ba s is fo r doubt a s to wh th e r it s rol e in thi s ar ea will ey e r b e co mpara bl e to that for aIr and sea , Th e indir ec t e ff ec t of t h e wa r ra d a r pro g ra m <; o n our fu tur e n o rma l ac tiviti es is tr e m e ndou s, Th e lar ge vo lu me of e lec troni c a nd e lec tri c c ir c ui t r ese ar c h a nd d e \-e lopm nt that mad e rada r t hi s war 's mo s t impo r ta nt n e w w eapon has mad e avai labl e a tr e m e nd o u s v olum c of n e w tec hn olo gy, Thi , n e w k n o wl ed ge will le ad to a n acce le ra t ed advanc e in th e app li cation s of e lect r o ni cs to indu s try and will g rea tl y acce le rat e th e ap pli cation of communi ca tion, b ot h rad io a nd wir e , to o ur d a il y s ocial a nd bu s in ess life,

Facuity Changes A t th e ]')cce mb e r m e(;t ing, th e Board of C urato rs appointc d Dr , R oge r H , Cowie assistant prof esso r of geo phys ics in th e Geo lo g } D e partm e nt 1),- , Co wi e r rece ive d h is H, ,In 1938 from th e Ca lifornia In s tit ut e of T ec hn o lo gy wh e re h e m a jore d in geo logy, Hi s g radua t e work , with a m a j o r in geo logy a nd a minor in p hysics, lVas ta k e n at t h e ni ve rs it y of ]v1inn cso ta, w h e r e h e obtai n e d hi s 1[ ,S, in 19-+0 an d hi s I) h ,\) , in 19-+1. \ Vhi le a t th e U ni yersity of Minn esota h e h e ld a , tandard Oi l Co ml any of Ca li fornia F e llow s hip in geop hysics , I n 19-+1 a nd 19-+2 Dr. o \\' ie w as a ssoc iated with Se is mo g raph Se n ' icc Co r pora ti on, 'I n 19-+3, h e se n 'e el as a n in st ru cto r in ph ysics at O klahoma i\ a nd 1\1 College until h e was a iled to ac ti\' c dut y in th e _\Jayy , H e wa s re le a se d to inact i\'e duty as ,l I.i e u tenant (jg) in No\', 19-+ ,:; , af t e r h a\' in g spe nt 18 month s as a na\' ig ato r in t lt e air arm of th e Na\'y in th e South I'acific, Dr , Cowie ar r i\-ed inR. o ll a .Ian, J an d h as temporari ly tak(; n o\' e r th e co ur s u for m e rl y taug h t by Dr, J, ',Cul liso n , \ ,y it h th e s tart of th e n e w se t11 e~te r, Dr, Co wi e will hand le th (; co ur ses in geo ph ys ics whi c h recen t ly It a\'c b ee n ad d e d t o tli e Gco lo <y Departm e nt. Capt. R. F. l) a\' idson '-+ 1 ha -- been em ploy e d a, ln st ru c t o r in t he l\( ec ltani cs D epa rtm e nt. 'apt. ])a\' id'on g raduat e d in LET ' 5

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Th e s ix sc holar s hip s that ha ve b een m a d e avaibble to MSM st ud e nt s for t h e pa s t seve ra l year s b y Jvlr. Ralph H ayes and Mr. G ree nou g h , Tru s tee s of th e J a m es Fo und ati o n, we r e awa rd e e! a t a s p ec ial asse mbly h e ld on D ec. 19. Dean C urti s L. VVil s on a nn o un ce d the awa rd s. Those rece iv in g th e sc hol a rs hip s wer e Pau l M. Bennett, Junior, Mec h anical En g ine e rin g; Ra y mond 13. .l o n es, Sen ior, Ce ramics; Cha rl es E. :vl cFa rl an d , Fr es hm a n, Sc ie n ce- Phy s ic s Optio n; Ja c k Y. Nom i, Se ni or, Ele ct ri ca l E n g in ee rin g ; Fred e rick R. Richardson, Se nior, Meta llur g ica l E n g in ee rin g ; 'V'/ ilbur P . T a ppm eye r, Juni or C h em ica l Engineering. Th e reci pi e nt s we r e se lec t ed, on nomination b y mem b e rs of th e faculty, b y a s p ec ial fac ult y co mmitt ee consisting o f Prof. R. Z. vVi lli a m s , c hairm a n, Profs. C. H. Black , C. E. 110y d , O . A . H e nnin g, R. lvI. Rankin and J. M.Wi ll s on.

Sigma Pi's Buy New Home Th e S ig ma Pi fr :tternitv ha s pur c ha se d a n ew hou se a t 206 East 12th s tr ee t and h ave mo ve d into it a nd expec t to b e r ea d y for th e incr ease d enroll ment whi ch wi ll come on Jan. 2S. Th e n e w hom e has faciliti es for hou s in g abo ut 35 bo ys . T h e S ig ma Fi's closed down in the s umm e r of 1944 but opened again in th e s prin g of 1945 in th e Sc hool h o u se w h e r e th e prof ess or of Mi lita ry Sc ien ce and Tacti cs had fo rm e rl y li ved on th e co rn e r of th e ca mpu s ac ro ss from th e gy mn as iulll. Thi s h ouse was s mall and Larr y Ba hn , president of th e c hapter, wit h Dr. Paul G. H e rold a s A d v is o r, d ec id e d after con s ult at io n wit h th e c h apter, to bu y a n ew hou se and b e r ea dy for th e incr ease d e nrollm e nt t hat is com ing with th e r e turn of the b oys from militar y se rv ice. Th e n ew hom e is two and a ha lf blocks from th e campus an d is w e ll s uit ed for a frat e rnit y hou se . Th e c h ap t e r ex t e nd s to a ll S ig ma P i's a c ordi a l in v itation to v is it th e n ew h 0me at any time th ey v is it th e campu s .

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I ~ t. Jo e A dam s, m ec h anica l e n g in ee rin g g raduat e of '43, w h ile lea din g hi s m e n in an attach o n the Krupp \ l\io rk s la3t winter in Germany, re m e mb e red th e n ee d s of hi s o lel sc hool. Jtl s t a s Jo e and hi s m e n app ea re d in th e e ntranc e of t h e b uil din g , th e last Kr a ut in t h e plant left th e oppo s it e en tranc e for ta ll e r timb e r and a safe r lo ca lit y . Thei r too l bo xe s were left op e n o n t h e facto ry b e nch es . Jo e fo ll owe d in hot pur s uit w ith hi s ca rbin e in on e h and a nd wit h t h e ot h e r fi ll ed hi s pock e t s to ove rfl owing wit h p r ec is ion in s trum e nt s anci ga uges , which h e la ter pr esc nt e d to hi s o ld sc hoo l.

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App r ox im ate ly 250,000 ton s of py r ites va lu e d at more t h a n thr ee-qu arters of a hlillio n d o ll ars hav e b ee n produced pr inc ip a ll y in t hr ee co u nties in Misso uri ; Crawfo rd, Frankli n a nd P h e lps. Fourteen pyrites mine s a n d 77 prospects are d esc rib ed in d e tai l in the report which comprises 12 chapters d ea lin g wit h t h e hi sto ry, mode of occ urr ence, minera lo g y and ori g in of t h e d epos it s. Approximate ly -1-0 mineral s are described in cludi ng one b e li eved to b e n e w, a h y drated fe rrou s s ulph ate (FeSo, '-l-H 0) , to w hi ch th e n ame sta rk eyite ha s b een g ive n. Th e m in e ral s hav e b een st udi ed wit h t h e pc lar iz in,,' mic ro sco p e, ,he X -ray :1n d t h e spect r og raph. The spect r ographic ana iyses we r e made b y D r S. R. B. Cooke, " fo rm e r m e mb e r o( th e MSM facu lt y . Th e report is illu s tr ated by 17 p lates i111d S fi g ur es_ A ll of t h e photographs, excep t on e, we r e ta k en by Dr. Grawe. A bibli og r ap hy of 7 pa ges a nd an ind ex of 2-1- pa ges a r e includ e d T h e r epo r t is on e of th e mo s t sys tema ti c and one of the most d etaile d publi~ation s eve r writt e n d ea lin g w ith a s ingle typ e of min e ral d epo s it in i\ll is so uri. S in ce mo st of th e co mm e r c ia l pyrites d ep o s it s of th e State h ave b ee n found in as s ociation with s ink st ru ct ur es, this unu s ual type of d e po s it is discus se d in d e tail. L ess attention h as b een g ive n to t h e pyrites d epos it s associa t ed w ith t h e compl ex cobalt-copperlead-nickel or es of :M a di so n CO U};t y rt nd to t h e pyrit es a ss oc iat e d with the coa l d e posits , a lthou g h a c h apte r is devot e d to eac h o f t h ese mod es of occurrence. T h e a u thor s umma ri zes th e va riou s theo ri es of origin of t h e p y rit es d e po s its ass o c iat e d w ith the iron-or e- b ea rin g s ink st ructur es of th e Ozark Plateau, cl ea rl y li s t s th e fac t s b earin g upon the ori g in a nd r eac h es th e conclusion t h a t the deposits ar e s up e r ge n e .

Dr. L. E. Young Suggests Bulletin Describing War Accomplishments I n a le tt e r to D e a n C urti s L. Wi ls on, d ate d Nov_ 15 , 1945, Dr. L. E. YOllll g , fo rm e r h ea d of MSM, s u gges t s that a bu lletin d esc ribin g the cont ribution s o f th e a lumni to th e wa r e ffort b e pub lis h e d a s a pa r t of th e 75th An ni ve r s ary ce le bration_ Dr. Yo un g's le tt e r follow s : Dea r D r . Wi ls on : Durin g my rece nt trips to va riou s parts of Ca nada for th e Canadian Ro y al Comm iss ion on Coa l, I h ave ta lk ed with s om e of th e a lumni of the Mi ss ouri Sc hool of Min es about a matt e r that m ay b e of int e r est to you. So I a m writin g t hi s not e to t e ll yo u a ll abo ut it. Durin g th e wa r a numb e r of th e a lumni , fac ult y, an d und e r g raduat es, both in and out of uniform, ha ve se r ve d th e country wit h di st inction in sc ie ntifi c, t ec hni cal a nd indu s trial work. Some of th e wo rk ha s b ee n outsta ndin g _ U nd o ub ted ly m e n in th e eng in ee rin g or ga nization s of th e a rmy, na vy, and ai r co r ps hav e me rit e d comme nd atio n for t e chnical work they h ave don e . Now that t h e wa r is ove r and th e s tor y can b e t o ld , wh y n ot te ll what th e M iss our i Schoo l of Ivlin es men hav e don e? In 1946 t h e Sc hool of Min es wi ll r ea c h its 75th yea r. Th e s u gges tion is that the School pub li s h a s an ann iversa ry vo lume in its T ec hn ica l Series (o r ot h e r wise) a se ri es of papers d esc ribin g the technica l and sc ie ntific work don e in th e war effort b y a lumn i, fac ulty, and und e r g raduat es . If t h e r e is any se;-io'cls probl e m a bout t h e co s t of s uc h a pu bli ca tion, in my op ini on, th e r e would b e a numb e r of a lumni and fri e n d s who wo uld b e wi llin g to s upport the vo lum e s u ffici e ntly to mak e th e publication po ss ib le. T h e pu r po se of th e vo lum e wo uld b e to make a r eco rd of th e work don e, to h ono r th e m e n w ho ha ve don e t h e out s tandin g work, and to e mpha s iz e th e cont ributi ons that sc ie n ce and t ec hno lo gy macl e to h e lp win the war.

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e nd o f til e d eath mar c h at Camp O 'Donn e ll , wi th l;ilipinos ca rr y in g b oys o ut of n a taa n ;;w un g in bl a nk e ts on poles. ( COI lIinlt cd frQ IIl Oel. -No v. I ~:-: u e) Thi s, h e s ai d, wa s r eall y th e F ilipino s ca rry in g th e d ea d from "Th e l a ps kt m c go o n, m y ow n," Hob s aid, " [ Il ad g iv e n Ca lll P O' Donn e ll. Th e pict ur es h ad b ee n tak e n fr om J a p.III \, wO I:d to G c n . \"' a inwri g llt tll a t '1 wo uld come b a c k and an ese s o ur ces. O n th e top day a t Ca mp O'Do nn e ll -1.10 tll'e lap s Il ad t llr ca t c n cd rep ri sa ls if 1 did n o t. l s tart ed on I; i\ipin o s a nd 50 A m e ri can s di ed. At fir s t t h e d ea th s w e re so foot' fr 0 111 Naga o n til e afte rn oo n of May 26, 19-12. l w e nt to l1Ulll c rou s t h at th e y cou ld n ot g ive th e d ea d a C hri s tian a I itt\(; v illag e a nd b ega n s ec kin g inf o rmati o n o n Il ow to ge t buri a l. Th c y d id th e b es t th ey co uld . A t o n e ca mp t h e r e w e r e in co nta c t Ivith til e g ue rrill a le a d e rs . '1 got wo rd o f fo ur of n o c h ap la il; s at a ll and s o m e o f th e fc ll ows read th e burial til e 111 a in g uerrill a leader s a nd tho u g ht th e b es t t hIn g to d o . se n ¡icc: s. So metim es e l' c n t hi s wa s illlP oss ibl e, lI"a s to ar r a n ge a m e et in g amo n g t h e fil' e of u s ; co n s eG e n c s taye d at C" b a natuan fo r thr ee w ee k s a nd th e r c th e qu c nt ly, I se nt 1I" 0 rd to th e m s u g ge s tin g a m e e tin g p la ce, g ral'e:s reg is tra ti o n wa s 2900 d ead A m e r ica n s. Th e y di ed o i M y tim e \\'a s s h or t. 1 wa s s u pposc d to b e o ut on ly s ix o r s tan'atio n , d yse nt a r y, mal a ri a a nd diphth e ri a w ith no meds e~' e n d ay;;. ical car e. Ge n e lef t thi s ca m p \-vith th e scco nd large g roup " \N ll e n I g o t c lose t o th e tow n in w hi c h til e m e tin g w a s to o f A m e ri ca n s who we nt to Jap a n, s o m e fift ee n hundr ed. b e h e ld I cam e down wi lh malaria a nd co uld n ot m a k e It. Th ey were put on abo ut a .1 000 ton fr e ig ht e r. ]t was one of O n e o f t h e g u c: rrill a s se nt o ut a s q ua d of m e n w h o t oo k m e th e wo rs t thin gs, with t h e exce ption of O 'Do nn e ll , that to t h e lea d e ;'s call1p, but n o n e of th e o th e r s s h ow e d u p . T h is G e n e e xp e ri e n ced . Th e y p ut 600 m e n in th e forward hold , lea d e r ref u se d to s u r r e nd er. H e wa s r ca ll y a b a ndit livi n g an a re a of about fort y by s ix t y fec t. T h ey had th e m e n in oR' of th e p e op le a nd w h e n I h a d reeo l'e r cd fr o m malaria two ti c rs ; th ey could s tand but th ey co uld not li e d ow n and a co upl e of da y s lat e r a nd wanted to r e turn h c wo uld n ot h a d to take turn s s ittin g down. H e wa s in that po s iti o n for le t 111 e g o a nd ac c use d m e of b e in g a Ge r111an s py "': ,o rkln g 19 da y s w ith n o sa nitary fa c iliti es w h ateve r . S e ve n o f tli e lI"ith t il e l ap s . Abo u t a w ec k la te r, h ow e ve r, th e ,1¡1Ilp ln o m e n di ed on th e boat. ca m e in \-I;h o h ad wor k ed w ith m c in th e ear l ie r part of t il e T h e g r o up wa s ' s plit up a t )'l o ji , J ap an , aild .100 w e nt to war a nd h e id e n t ifi ed m e . Tan a g awa Pri s o n Cam p. G e n e was e x ec util' e offi c e r of w hat " I g ot o u t of th e G e rm a n s p y cka l but th e y wo u ld not turn wa s ca ll ed t h e h o s pital in th e ).{ oji ca mp. Th e r e t h cy lo s t m e l'O o se b eca u se t h ey sa id t h e .l ap s would t o rtur e m e and 20'lr of t h e nll;n that w int e r. T h e h o s p ital wa s ju s t a room mak e nl e lead t h e m to t h e ir ca mp . 1 was ke pt t h e r c fo r two with n o m ed ic in e a nd n o d octo r s fo r quit e a lon g tim e . T h e r e 1110 ntll s. O n e ni g ht th e Japan ese at ta c k e d th e ca mp a nd w e r c n o fac iliti e s a t a ll ; th e 111 e n jU q ca m e in th e re and died. e ve ryon e left an d 1 lef t too. I took off a nd w e nt to th e coa s t O n A u g. I, 19-13, th e l ap s s hip p e d th e office r s o ut s e ndin g a n d wait e d fo r a l a p pat r ol to C0 111 e a lo n g a nd t urn ed in t o t h e m to O s a ka. In F e bru a r y a nd ,,,la r c h th e jap s h ad s e nt t h e m, k ee pin g 111 Y wor d wi th G e n. VV ainw ri g h t. Th e J ap s t h e r eco rd s from th e T a n ga n a camp to O s aka h ea dquart e rs kn c w I h ad b ee n a p ri s o n e r of th c g u e rrill a s fr om s om e of camp w h e re Ilo b wa s, a nd th e r c Ho b s aw G e n e' s n ame a nd th e m e n fr olll th e camp that th e y had cap tur ed. k n e w h e wa s a ll ri g h t. Ho b wa s at t h e s ta tion w h e n Ge n e's "T h e l a p s took m e back to Na g a and th e n to Lcga s ki. g r o up cam e throu g h. T hi s wa s th e fir s t tim e th ey h a d s ee n Fr 0 111 t l; e r e I w e nt on to IvIanil a by bo at but I n e ve r did get eac h o th e r s in ce th e y part e d at O ' Do nn e ll. T h ey co uld not to r e port b a c k to G e n . VVa in w ri g h t a s h e lef t ju s t b e for e s a y an y thing but th e y w a l' cd to o n c a noth e r. " It was a s ig ht J g ot ba c k to !\Ia ni la. In M ani la 1 wa s se n t to t h c Bi lb ib for s or e e y es ," Hob s ai d . pr l;o on. I)oth bo y s w e n t on t ra in and boat d own to S h ikok u I s la nd Hob s aw Pat H e ll w h ile h e wa s bl ow in g brid ges in s outhto t h e Z e n ts uji I'ri ,o n Cam p, a n o ffi c e rs ca mp of abo ut 700 e rn I, u%on a nd v is it ed h is min e but h e did not se e him in t h e alli cd offi ce r;, Briti s h , A u s tr a li a n, Dut c h an d A m e ri can. pr is o n s in Ma nd a. Pat wa s s h o t a nd kill e d b y t h c l ap s in T h e r e I~o b an d G e n e go t to ge th e r a nd co uld ta lk onc e mor e. I,o s Ba no s pri s o n in lvIanila. Th e fi rs t top ic of co nl'e rs at ion wa s , "W h a t di d yo u ha ve to Hob s ta ye d in l3i lb ib fo r two 1110nt h s a nd th e n w e nt to ca t at y o ur camp ?" Osa ka in japan . H e r e t h e food wa s n o t bad bu t th e re wa s Th e boy s s ta ye d t h e re unti l .Jun e: 19-1.1. A ll th e e mb a ss ies a lot o f b ea tin g a nd s ill y e x e r c ises a nd " le arnin g th e Japhad se nt th e ir li br ari es down to thi s ca mp and th e y h ad a n es e: w ay of lif e. " H e wa s th c re for nin e m o n th s . ple nt y of material to re:ad. Tt wa s t h e fi r s t camp in w h ic h In t h c m eantim e Ge n e ha d re main ed a t O ' Do nn e ll. "T h e r e th e .l ap s wo ul cLi e t t h e pri s on e rs r ea d a nd p lay ca rd s . Th cy w as not much c han gc from t h e tim e I~o b le ft, " G e n e s tat ed , h ad n e w s pap e r s in En g lis h. "T h c war wa s go in g g oo d for " T he fe ll ow s co n tin ue d to di e un t il s om e tim e in A u g us t th e 111 th e n a nd th e J apane s e did not mind le ttin g us rea d th e wh e n th ey s ta r te d s hipp in g th e A m e r ica n s out a n d seg r epap e r s," Ge n e s ai d . g atin g t h e m f rom t h e Filipin o s . Th e: re I g ot s ic k . I wa s up Th e laps tri e d to run t h at camp in acco rd a n c e wi th inter and d o wn with mal a ri a a nd d y s e nl a ry a ll t h e tim e . O n Au g . n a tional law bu t th e re wa s s til l h az in g, b eati n g , s lap pin g I , mo s t of th e A m e r ica n s w e r e g on e , mOl' in g into t h e Ca b a a r o und a nd t he 111 e n s ti ll had to bow and s a lu te all of th e m. na t uan Pri s o n Camp. A b o ut t hat ti m e th e J a p s mov e d up Uob wa s b eat e n o n c tim e for bu y in g c iga r c tt e s w h e n h e o ne o f t h e b es t A m e ri can h o s pi t a ls fr o m Bataan wit h f ull s h o uld n ot. Th ey w e r e t hr ow n int o a ce ll a nd made to take e quipm e nt in ord e r to car e for t he th o u san d s o f s ic k Fi lio f-)" t h e ir s ho es . It wa s NO " e mb c r a nd co ld a s co ul d b e, pin o s th e y ha d t he r e. T h e y wi s h e d to w in th e ril ip ino s ' Th e r e w e re fou r m e n, Bo b, G e n e a nd two oth e r fe llow s. fri e nd s hi p, in a c h a n ge d a tt itud e , t h ink in g it wou ld b e e a s ie r Th ey w e r e p uni s h ed co ntinu al ly for mi n or in frac tion s of to handl c th e F ili pin o s on t h e I s land. T h e y g al'e th e m co mru les. Th e .lap f; uard s w e r e e ntir c ly unpr edicta bl e a nd o n e p le t e m e di ca l car c . Th e re th ey m a d e a bi g m is ta ke . Th ey did n ot know w h e th e r t h e o n c comi n g u p wa s g oin g to g ive br o u g h t in lots of m e di c in e a nd le t th c A m e ri ca n doctor s him a c ig a re tte o r s lap him in t h c fa c c. a dmi ni s te r th e camp . Th e F ili pi n o s t hank e d t h e Am e ri ca n s /\ s I ~ o b a nd G e n e too k u p th e ir bunk s in th e Z e n t s uji a nd n o t t h e J a p s , Th e J a p a n esc w e re ve r y s tupid th at way. " pri s o n ca mp, th e y noti ce d a y o un g fe ll ow a lo n gs id e w ith G e n e s ta ye d a t O 'D o nn e ll until Oc t. 12. At th e tim e h e lef t a fa llli l ia r loo k a n d fo und it wa s R ob e rt I'. J'ow e ll , a g radh e a s ke d th e G r av es R eg is trati o n O ffi ce r w hat th d eat h s ua te of t h e Sc h oo l of Mi n es in 19-10 a nd w h o wa s tak c n p ri sh a d b ee n a nd h e wa s told it was 1.'i30 Am e ri can s a nd 27,000 o n e r at Cor reg idor . F il ipin os. T h at la s t fi g ur e th e y c o uld not b e s ur e of for t h e H c r e, Ge n e s aid, wa s p e rh ap s t h e 1110 s t am u s in g t h in g that Filipino s w e r e d y in g SO fa s t t h ey c o uld not k ec p a r cc o rd of h e S :lW du rin g hi s impri so nm e n t. Thi s wa s an a rlll Y co ntonth e m a nd a ls o m a n y of t h e m w e n t " t hr o ug h th e fe n ce " a nd Ill e nt ar ea of a ca lvary o utfit and a n army food war c h o us e th e jap s , in ord c r to sav e fa ce, reg is te r ed t h c m a s d ea d. a nd a b a k e r y for 111a kin g ha rdt a c k a dj oi n ed th e pri s o n ca lll p G e: n e s a id th a t t h e r e ha d b ec n pi c tu rcs p ubli s h e d re ce n t ly w it h o nl y a fe n ce se parati n g th e t wo . \ N h e n t h e foo d f;o t ba d In m c ri ca n n c w s pap e r s s h owi n g w hat wa s sa id to b e th e

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In th c jJhilippin cs th e m e n wou ld hav c b ee n s hot but, s urpri s in g ly c n ou g h , thcy tri Ed to ge t th e whol c s tory and starv ed th c boy s th ey h ad ca u g ht fo r awhil e and th c n turn cd th cm loo s e . Th c .l a p s th emse lves w e r e in vo lve d in s t ea lin gand al s o th ey w c r c a fraid an y puni s h mcn t of th e bo ys mi g ht b eco m c p ubli c knowl edgc a nd would g iv e th c m adv e rse pub li c ity about th e ir feed in g of t h e A m e ri ca n pr iso n e rs . On Jun c 1, 1 9 ~ 5, th e boy s w e nt to th e Roku Ro s hu pri s on camp on th e Hon s hu I s la nd . The Jap s w e r e afra id of landin g at th e ca mp th cy had j u st le ft. A ll th e Am e rican office r s w e r e se nt to Ro ku Ro s hu. Thi s wa s a camp far up in th e mountain s and th ey h ad to walk up to th e ca mp, as th e t ra il wou ld not p e rmit a tru c k to pa ss ov e r it. Th e re t h ey s tart ed a work pro g ram. Th e bo y s had to work fou r h ours a da y. Th e Am e ri ca n s w e re ta lkin g ba c k now and w hile th e J aps wa n te d th e m to work e ig ht hour s a day , th ey co mpromi se d and s aid th cy wo uld work fo ur hour s a day. Th ey told th e jap s th c ir g ov e rnm e nt wou ld courtmarti a l th c m if th ey wo rk cd m or c th a n four hour s a d ay . Bo b s aid, "Evc n a t that w c go ldbri ck ed all th e tim e. Yo u cou ld ge t by th e J aps mor e than anythin g e lse af te r wc g ot over into Jap a n by ju s t lookin g th e m in th e eye and ta lkin g th e m down . Y ou cou ld not do that in the P h ilippin es, how e \'c r, as th cy wou ld ju s t s hoot yo u th e re ." Th e lil e n we re not ca ll e d pri s on e r s until Nov., 19~2, wh e n th ey g ot to J apan. T h ey w e r e ju s t ca pti ves and not e ntitl ed to any thin g whil e in th e Ph ilippin es. "Yo u ar e not a n offi ce r , yo u arc ju s t N o. 169," t h e Jap s wo ul d say wh e n the bo y s wou ld p rot es t. Th e offic e rs had it wor se th an th e e nli s t ed men. "Th ey tri e d to h aze us mor e and th ey tri e d to mak e u s lo se fac e ." T h e 'l ew s p apc rs s topp ed flat at th e cam p ri g h t a ft e r t h e A m e ri can s land e d in E ur op e. T h e J ap s had b ee n, up until that tim e, pub lis hin g ve r y tru e acco unt s of th e Ge rman war. T h e ir ow n battl es w e r e di s to rt ed. " Th ey s unk battle s hi p aftt!" b a ttl es hip ac co rdin g to th e J a pan ese new s pap e r s," Bob d ec lar e d . " Eve r y tim e t h ey h ad an e n gage m e nt th ey wou ld s ink o ur e ntire Aee t. Th ey eve n h ad a n at ion a l h oliday on e da y ce lcbr a tin g- th e s inkin g of th e e ntir e Amer ica n Aee t aft e r th e battl c of Sa ipan. "Th ey eve n told us t hat t h e ir s ubm a rin es h ad s h e ll ed Sa l t La k e Ci ty, " G e n e lau g h e d. " Th ey wo uld put th at s tuff in th e pap e r. At o n e tim c th ey h ad a writ e u D about h ow on e of o ur pl a n e s wa s c h a s in g on~ of th e ir own "pl a n es, th e J ap ha v in g run o ut o f amm uni tion. H e h a d two ri ce b a ll s in hi s lun c h ki t w hi c il h c to ssc d ba c k a t the c has in g Am e ri ca n and th c A m c ri ca n, thinkin g th ey w e r e bombs, di ve d into t h c se a !" H e re , to o,at Ca m p Roku Ro s hu , th ey w e re alway s hun g r y. Hob said that hi s funnic s t e x p e ri e n ce wa s w h e n t h ey g ot s om e Red C r o ss s tuff la s t wi n te r. T h e boy s we r e d e s p e ra te ly hun g r y a nd h ad b ec n fo r month s , a n d in s pit e of thi s th ey a ll la u g h cd w h e n th ey s aw s ome bo ys s ittin g a r ou nd mi x in g pow d e r ed milk an d ca nn e d butte r, w hippin g it up tryin g to m a k e w hipp cd c rea m. Th ey wo uld s it for h ours w hi pp in g t h is can n ed milk a nd butt e ,:, thinkin g up r ec ip es of w hat th ey w e rc g oin g to do with it, of n e w way s to s pr e a d it a nd t o mak c it g o a s far a s t h cy co uld. In th e camp th ey w e r e alway s t a lkin g a bout food. Th e ci\¡i lia n g u a rd s at th is ca mp w e re, fo r th e m o s t part, fri c ndl y a nd k c pt t e llin g th e bo ys t hat t h e war was O\'e r a nd

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One of the ~vIarin es from Guam who ha d not- bee n searched too carefu lly h ad s mu gg le d in an d k e pt throu g h a ll of hi s impri sonment, an Amer ican fla g. " \N e p ut up a fla g pol e a nd had th e Japan ese g uard s all lin e d u p a nd we s tood in fo rm a ti o n an d raise d t he Am e ri ca n fl ag," Ge ne sa id. "T h e Jap s a nd a ll s a lut e d; it w as quit e an e moti o nal sce ne. It is s omet hin g I lVil l n eve r fo r ge t. Some of th e fe ll ows w h o ha d take n th e .lap beat in gs and in s ul t s witho u t a whimp e r w e r e c ryin g op e nl y . In fact, m e n we r e bawlin g a ll a round ," Ge n e s tated. Th e J ap att itud e c ha n ge d co mpl e t e ly. A co upl e of d ays aft e r th e cere mon y th ey br o ug h t ove r a bout seve n wat e r m e lo ns fo r 350 m e n a nd sa id it wa s a pre se nt from th e Japa n ese sc hoo l chil dr e n in a n ea rb y sc hool .in ord e r to p r omote be tt e r und e r s tandin g . T h ey also brou g h t in lots of ot he r food. B u t th e bi gges t tr ea t of all wa s w he n s ix B-29 s dropped A m e ri ca n food on Sept. 2. Th ey wer e around droppin g food fo r t\Vo hour s and th e boy s w e nt c razy. Th e c ommandin g officer ha d se t up a d e tail of 50 m e n to pi c k up t he food and bri n g it in and pa r cel it o u t. B u t it did not wo rk ; eve ryb o d y ran. \ N he n t he pa rach ut es ca m e d ow n a case of food wo uld brea k ope n a nd ca ns of Am e rican peach es ,vo uld s tart rollin g aro und. It wa s g rabb e d u p and s oo n t h e GI s w e r e s ittin g a round "goin g to town. " Some of th e boy s at e so rave no us ly th ey go t s ic k, but th y wou ld r e li eve th e ir s tom ac hs and g o bac k a nd ea t s ome mor e. Th e 350 m e n ate th e loa d s oft th e s ix B -29s in th r ee da ys . Bob w e ig h ed 1-1-0 wh e n h e wa s capt ur ed and we ig h e d 120 pound s when r e lease d. H e now weig hs 152. Ge n e w e ig h e d 135 w h e n ca pt~lr e d a nd wei g :l ed 103 when r e leased and is 1I0W up to 12-1-. I t wa s oye r at la st a nd Bo b and Ge n e, no w both captains, s tarte d fo r hom e. Bob Powe ll re m ai n e d in the Phi lippin es . Hi s hom e wa s in M a nila but hi s e ntir e fam ily had bee n wip e d o ut b y th e J ap s . Hi s fath e r a nd broth e r h ad b ee n kill e d and hi s moth e r had di e d of an op e ratio n. He wa s s tayin g try in g to sa lvage some thin g out of hi s fath e r 's es tat e. 130 b said as he ca m e into Gold e n Gat e on Oct. 20, of th is yea r, t he r e was a lump in hi s throat as bi g as a pumpkin a nd Ge n e sa id he fe lt abo ut th e sa m e way. Bot h boy s think MacArthur is th e id ea l man for th e job of ru lin g th e Jap s . " H e has th e mo s t hau g hty b ea rin g and that is wha t ge t s t he J ap s," Ge ne s aid. Ma cA rt h ur m e t th e e mp e ror w ith o ut a ti e which to a n Ame ri can wo u ld b e nothin g but to the Jap s wa s wor se than a beat in g, th e boy s d ec lar e d. Th e bo ys do not know yet w hat th ey wi ll do. Bob may s ta y in th e army a lld m a ke it a caree r o r h e may re turn to s c ho o l and la ke a ma s t e r' s d eg r ee in Ce r am ic En g inee rin g . Ge ne, too , is und ec id e d. H e wi ll e ith e r co m e ba c k and tak e a m aste r 's d eg r ee in M ec ha ni ca l E ng in ee rin g or go to work . Eac h of th e bo ys wear s t hr ee Pres id e ntial U nit C itation s and four battl e s tar s-and what battl es th ey r e prese nt!

Maj. Oscar E. Grewis ' 37 Receives Bronze Star T h e fo ll ow in g c itation wa s r ece ntl y a ward ed to Maj. Osca r E. Gr e wi s for m e ritoriou s se rvi ce in t he Philippin es : M a j o r O scar E. Gr e wi s, 03 52862, Co rp s of E n g in eers, un it e d S tat es A rm y. F o r m e rit o riou s ac hi eve m e nt in co nn ec ti o n w ith milit a ry ope ration s a ga in s t th e e ne m y on Lu zo n, Philippin e I s la nd s fr om 9 Januar y 19-1-5 to 30 A pril 19-1-.:; . Maj. Grewi s, e x ec uti ve office r of a n e ng in ee r co mb at ba tta li on, demon s trate d e xceptiona l abi lity in th e performa nce of hi s duti es. H e pers ona ll y s u pe rvi se d th e mo s t c ri tical p r oj ec ts o f hi s battalion, w hi c h beca use of hi s tir eless e n e r O'y w e re brou g ht to comp le tion in tim e to s up po rt eve n th c mo s t forward e le m e nt s of hi s divi s ion. In ca rr yin g out hi s d u ti es, he fr qu e ntl y e xpo sed him se lf to e ne m y s ma ll a rm s a nd a rti lle ry fir e. M a j. Grewis thr o ug h k'lOwl ed ge of hi s \Vork and "i go r o us p ro se cut ion of hi s duti es dir ec t ly affec t ed th e s uccessf ul accomp li s hm e nt of hi s bat talion' s mi ss ion s an d is d ese l'\' in g of hi g h prai ;:e.

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Lt. (jg) David L. Forrester ex路'41 on Bismarck Sea when Sunk \ ,Vord ha s b ee n r ece ive d from D. L. Forres t e r ' 11 , th e fa th e r of Dav id L. Forres te r that D:l v id wa s on th e Bi sm a r c k Sea w h e n it w as s unk durin g t h e b at tl e of Iw o Jima. Da v id wa s in t h e wat e r a bout t wo h o ur s b efo r e b e in g pi c k ed up b y a d es troy e r esc o r t. \ "' h e n th e s hi p bl e w up h e wa s i'n th e wat e r and wa s b low n away from t h e s hi p bu t wa s no t kn o c k e ci out a lth o u g h hi s h e lm e t was s ma s h ed a nd h e h ad seve ra l wou<1d s. Dav id wa s a La n di n g S ig nal O ffi ce r on th e B ismarck Sea a nd h a d ju st fi n is h ed landin g s ome pbn es from th e Saratoga w hi ch wa s und e r a tta c k a n d b a dl y d a ma ge d w h e n hi s s h ip wa s s tru c k by tw o J a p s u icide p la n es . David e n li s t ed in t h e n avy D e c. 23. 194 1, wa s se n t to Sa n Diego , Ca lif., fo r boot ca mp trai nin g'. Afte r a bout t hr ee month s , h e wa s se nt to a \'y Pier, C hi cago, II I. , fo r tra inin g; g ra du a t e d a s Av ia tion M e ta ls mith 2/c aft e r a bout s ix month s; th e n wa s se nt to I)e n saco la , F la ., NAS , w h e r e h e was se r v ic in g p la n es a nd m a k in g n ecessa ry re pa irs. Aft e r a bout s ix mo n th s of thi s , h e wa s se lec t ed , wi th thr ee o th e r b oy s, to g o to S t. Ma ry's Fr e- ni g ht trainin g . H e g rad uat ed f r om t h e r e a nd wa s se nt to C orp u s C hri s ti, T ex. , fo r furth e r Ai g h t trai nin g, a nd r ece ive d hi s w in gs. H e c h ose To r p edo Bo mb in g for fur t h e r trainin g a nd was se nt to Ft. Laud e rdal e, F la., where h e g ra du a te d a s a To r pedo Bo mb er Pi lot a nd th e :, wa s se lec t ed fo r L a ndin g S ig nal Office r trainin g; fi ni s h e d that and wa s a ss ig n e d to a n A ir G roup t h a t e ve n tua ll y wo und up o n th e Bi s m a rc k Sea. Hav in g le ft for th e So u t h .P acific a bout Oct., 19'+4. h e was in th e bat tl es of Mindoro , Lin ga wye n Gulf ( Phi lipp in e In v a s ion) a nd l wo lim a, w h e r e th e s hip wa s s unk.. H e sa w th e ra is in g of th e F la g o n Mt. S ur a bachi I wo .lima, from th e d ec k of th e s hi p tha t picke d hi m U T). H e is n ow La n di n g S ig n a l O ffi ce r w ith A ir G r oup 80.

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Mariana~ D ea r [< r ed : 23 iVla y 19.+., T h e a r ri va l o f th e s prin g iss u e o f " MSM A lumnus" a co u p le of days ago r e mind ed m e th at I h ave ow e d you a le tt e r for m a n y mo n th s. How eve r, for m e to ow e le tt e r s IS m e r e ly SO P w ith me. Spe~ kin g of t h e " A lumnu s" thi s iss u l: is t h e lar A'es t I h a\'e see n. In c id e nt a ll y, it is a ls o th e fir s t o n e th a t I h ave felt that I r ea ll y ow n. My du es pa id for th e e n s u in g yea r w e r e t h e fi r s t I - h ave pa id s in ce m y g r:t dua ti on 20 yea rs ago. So m e h ow until yo u and yo ur pr ese nt s taH took h o ld a n d b e-' g an to build, 1 fe lt t ha t th e A lumni A ss oc iation a m o unt e d to n e x t to n ot hin g . Tru e , I wa s on e w h o did n o thin g towa rd impro vin g it. Ev e n no w I do n 't p r opo se t o tak e a ny ac ti ve pa r t- t hin gs lik e th a t ju s t a re n ' t my lin e , but I ca n at lea s t pa y my du es and s ta nd o n th e c urb wav in g a b a nn e r. You a r e doin g a g ra nd job of n ee d lin g a nd buil d in g a nd m an y hundr ed s of u s ar e s tron g ly 路b e hind. No w that t hi s IVIa ri anas a re a is n o lo n ge r th e fro nt lin en o a ir ra id s o r s imilar exc it e m e nt any mor e- w e fee l lik e o ld tim e ga rri s o n so ldie r s. Havin g b ee n h e r e from th e s ta rt of land fi g htin g th a t took th e p lace, I 've see n it d eve lop int o quit e a p lac e. I fee l lik e a n o ld se ttl e r. Now I a m r eady t o mo ve on and see s o m e thin g e lse. Howev e r, I rea dil y a dmit that T h ave n ow no d es ir e to a rr iv e wi th th e ini tia l a ssa ult forc es . Even t h o u g h I di dn ' t co m e o n t h e b eac h until D4, I s aw an d s m e ll ed e n o u g h to la s t me fo r thi s wa r . D.+O is mar c Ill y s pee d n ow. 1 haci a very p leasa nt 30-day v is it w ith m y fa mil y in ] a nua ry a nd F e bru ary. I le ft h e re on 13 J a nu a ry, Ae w to Ca lifo rn ia, s p e nt thirt y d ay s at h om e in Sa nt a Ba rb ar a , t h e n Ae w back to a rri ve 28 F e bru ary . M e t m y s o n-in-l aw fo r th e fir s t t im e ju s t a fe w h ou r s b efore h e h ad to leave for Port of Embar ka tion. H e is in t h e Phi lipp in es. Ka y Geve's bab y wa s th e n jus t ov e r two mo nth s of a ge. Cece lia a nd all t h e y oun gs t e r s w er e w ell a nd see m e d pr e tty g lad to see Po p home . I'd b ee n away n ea rl y 35 month s a t th e tim e I arri ve d b ack in Sa nt a Bar ba r a. I see Mik e L e dford is back in civ ilian li fe af t e r h a v in g h ad hi s E n g in ee r P e tro le um Distrib utin g C o mp a n y in Indi a. I noti ce b y th e A lu mnu s that I am of th e c la ss o f '29. Wi s h I was that mu ch y o un ge r. In t h e ea rl y day s , a nd for seve ral mo nth s th e r eaf te r th e re w e r e seve ra l Alum ni on thi s on e is la nd , a ll from c lasses a g ood many yea rs aft e r ou r s. Amon g t h e m w e r e "V a tt e nb a r ge r a nd A ndr ese n both of a bout '41. E lli s of '39 a nd 3 o r 4 ot h e r s w h o se n am e , h ave s lipp e d m e. I b e li eve th at a ll a re n ow go n e , th e fir s t t wo on to forwa rd area s a nd E ll is b ack t o t h e U nit ed S tat es for reass ig nm e nt. O h yes , a noth e r was nam e d Nes le y a n d wa s a ro u nd '40. B ut e n ou g h of thi s-it 's pi ling u p and I 've n ot h in g but an e n t re n chi n g s ho ve l to di g m e out. M y ve ry b es t to th e !o\'e ly ga l w h o r e fe r s t o y ou a s h e r hu sb a nd a nd to th e r es t of th e fam il y . W h e n tim e p e rmit s , le t m e h ave a li n e.

Lloyd N. Wood ex路'41 Decorated Ll oy d N. "Vood is a Lt. (sg) in th e Navy. Lloyd ha s b ee n in t h e t hi c k o f th e .P a c ifi c fi g htin g . H e h a s th e ai r m e da l fo r m e r itoriou s se r vice in th e Aer ia l F li g ht in lea din g a di_v is ion on 12 st r ik es aga in s t the e n e m y in t h e C aro lin es ca mp a ig n. H e ha s a seco nd air m edal fo r lea din g a d iv is io n in fli g h t in t e n s t ri k es on s h ippi n g a nd a irfi e ld in th e P hili ppi n es ca mpai g n an d s inkin g a ca r g o vesse l. H e has t h e n avy cro ss for sco r in g a dir ec t h it o n an a ir c raft car ri e r a nd h e lpin g to s ink this ca r r ie r durin g the second battl e of t h e Phi lipp in e Sea. H e r ece ive d th e Bro n ze Sta r for a id to th e wound e d in co m pl ete di s rega rd for p e rs o n a l s afety at th e tim e w h e n th e Fra nklin wa s hit durin g its F irs t C r ui se . Ll oy d is at P ea r l H ar b or a nd expec t s to re tu r n to th e S ta t es di sc h a r ge d in th e n ea r futur e.

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C. Potter '29 Resigns as Deputy Solid Fuels Administrator C h a rl cs J. Pottcr (B.S. C h c 1l1 . F:. '29, M.S. C h c m. E .

J)r . '30) has r es ig n cd as Dcputy So lid l:;- ue ls Ad lllini s t rator, th c po sit ion which h e h as h c ld throu g h out th c war p c riod. J ack is r c turnin g to hi s h omc in Indiana, I'a., to d c vot hi s fu ll t im e to hi s po s itio n a s Ass is tant to th e ['res id c n t of t h e H.ochest c r & .Pitts bur g h Coa l Co. H e h a s a l ~o resig n e d a s c h a irm a n of th c C oa l C 01l1lllittc c o[ th c Com bill c d I' rodu ction a nd R es o ur ccs Hoard. C Olllm e ntin g upon Ja ck's sc r v ices in the No\". 30, 19-+5 bulletin o f t h c A m c ri ca n IVIinin g C ong r css, it W<l S s t:lt c d, "\ Vith 'I)oc' Pottc r' s d cpa rtu rc from a s trenuou s wa rtim e job, it is app rop r i<lt c to re co rd t h c coal indu s try' s a nd t h e Nat io;l'S indebtcdncss to him for a Illajor ta s k wc ll don e" Ca rr y in g res pon s ibi liti es [or lllaxi1l1um coa l production and for it s p r op e r di s t ributi on to wa r indu s tri cs and to the c iv ilian cc onomy, Dr. Potter con tribut e d not on ly h is c xtraordinar y und c rs tanding of t h e problem s, but a prodi g iou s cap acity for \Vork and a n abi li ty to sc c ur c coope ration from all co n cc rn c d. H c p e rform e d a sc rvi ce of th c hi g h cst ord e r whi c h m cant mu c h to t h c s u cccssf ul pro scc ution of th e war."

H oward M. Fowler '46 Writes Bulletin on Mining A n a naly s is of th c m c thod of powd c r bla s t mining in co njunction with lon g -hol c bla s tin g has b ec n oFfcrcd by H oward :II. I ~owk r in a bull e tin r ccc nt ly publi s h c d b y thc Missouri Sc hool o f Min es and l'vI c tallur gy . Th e sc \"e ral c lasscs of t h c powd c r bl~ s t m Clhod a rc d esc rib cd an d comparcd in d c tail ancithe a pplicatio n s of th c \"a n o u s modification s of po\\"d e r bl ast minin g, a s thcy may b c u sc d in c onj un ction with lon g h ole bl ast in g, h avc b cc n d esc rib c d. Si n cc lon g hole bla s t in g h as rcs ult ed i'11 low c r ed op e rating cos t s at sevc ra l min cs w h e re the o r e oc c urr c n ces mak c it app li cable, AIr. I,'owl c r 's di sc u ss ion of th c po ss ibl e adaption s and limitatio n s o[ th e minin g Ill e thod s ar c particularl y int c r es tin g and t imc ly" Th c Hull e t in g r ew out o f a pap c r pr c pa red b y Fowl c r in con n ecti o n with th e S tc inm csc h Techni cal VVritin g Co n tcst, fund s for whi c h w e r e mad e ava ilabl c b y J. B:. Stc inlll csc h '06, to enco ur agc te chnica l \\"ritin g b y s tu d c nt s 0 1: MSM.

Many V eterans Returning to the Campus \ Vit h th (; demob ili zation o f th c arlllY taking p lac c scarc e ly a d ay pa ssc s that s om c of t he 11S1I[ g r a duat cs who are \"ctc ra n s o f th e pr ese nt wa r do not re turn to the ca mpu s-at tlm c.' as many a s a ha lf d oz e n are on thc campu s in o n c da y. litan y of th ese boy s a re re turnin g to th e ir o ld job s a nd so m c o f th c othe rs, pa rti c ul ar ly tho se \V h o gra duat cd from 19-+2 on d ow n, ar c int c rcs t e d in e mplo y m e nt. Th e e mpl oyme nt se n "ic e ha s maintain cd a fil e on requ e, ts for m c n and ha s at pl' esc nl a bout s ixty firms who h a \"c ask cd for e n gi n ee r s s in ce \1-./ I)ay. Tho se boys who wa nt c mp loy m c nt ha\'e so far b ee n g i\' e;, amp le leacb. A cco u:1t of tho sc who h a\'c vi,it c d th e C,1I11pU S is co ntain (; d in th c " I'e rs onal , " und e r th e c las:; in whic h th e \' is itor g r(tdll~t c cl.

MSlVl Grads Active in Amee. Society for Metals T h ree g radu a t e~ of MSM ar c c h ai l"l11 e n or vicc-c h airm e n of \'a rious c hapt e rs of t h c A m(;ri ca n Soc iety for M c ta ls. H . I). St ur ges '-+0 is c hairm a n of th e Ci n ci;l nati c h apt e r . H c rb e rt is with th e \'Vri g ht A rona uti ca l Co rp. Hi s addr ss is 9-+.:; Co n g r ess ave nu e, G le ndale, O hio. Th oma s E. Ea ga n '2,:; is c hairm a n of th Mahonin g Vall ey c hapt c r. Tom is with th e Cooper- Hessc m e r Co rp. H is h om c addr ess is .:; 1.:; VVood land ave nu e, Gro\"c C it y, I'a. l\: e nn e th I) . Hly '-W is v icc -chairman of ti1(; K a n sas Ci t y c h ap tc r. K e n is with th e Aluminum Co. of m e ri ca, livin g a t 810 \\ 'e5 t 27th SI re t, 1 nd e p e ncl · nc e, ;'1 10.

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Carl Frederick Schwab Jr. '42 Credited with T w o Jap Ships u. (sg) Ca rl F. Sc h wab ./r. visi t(; cI th e ca mpus with hi s wife o n ct. I. Ca rl 's dischar gc from the nav y will become e ffectivc Oct. 2.:;. Ca rl rece iv e d hi s diploma on I ~ rida y in 19-+2 a nd t h e fo ll owing Monday (;n te r ed th e n a\"y. H e has spc nt thr cc an d a half vca rs in the se n "ic e , 32 month s of which wcr c s p e nt o\·cr;,eas . H e w<.:ar s 9 battlc sta rs , onc Di s tin g ui s h ed Fl yi n g C ro ss a nd t\Vo Ai r ;'II ed a ls . H is fir s t com b at act ion wa s at Guadalcan a l. H e worked up thro u g h t h e So uth I'acific and on Nov. II , 19~-+, whilc attach c d to thc ;:; ir c raft car ri c r Horn et, in a n attac k on a .l ap co nvo y loadin g in M a nila l1 ay, h e wa s c r editcd with plantin g a 1000 lb. bomb in a di\"c bombin g a tta c k a mid s hi p of a 7,:;00 to n tran s port loadcd with e n emy tr oops which sa nk in fi\"c minut es . I,atc r, Aying from th (; sa m e s h ip, Ca rl \Va s c r cdited, in an a ct ion at Carnhryn 13ay in th e C h ina Sea in another din! bomb a tt ack" with p lantin g anot h (; r 1000 lb . b omb in a J ap o iler \\' hich sa nk in t c n minut es followin g th attack. Ca rl a nd hi s wif c wer c cnro ut c to hi s h o m c a t 2323 Q uin cy <I\"c nu e, l( a n sa, C it y, :110.

Lt. (sg) Gale Bullman Returns to Rolla 1, 1. ( sg ) Ga lc li ul lman who h a s b ee n sc r vin g as \Nc lfar c O ffic c r fo r t h e n a vy throu g hout th (; I'acifie a rc a, ha s return e d to Roll a on te rmin a l Icav a ft c r t h rcc yea rs in militarv se n ·ic e . Gal c wa s s tationed in the S tates a bo ut I R m o'nth s a nd wa s th c n o\"e r se a s for I.:; month s go in g first to t h e 1\a\'a l Stat ion at H ol land ia, Ncw Guinca, a nd th e n mo\"in g up to Le y tc \Vit h th c in vasio n of t h e Ph ilippine s at th e Na\"a l A d vanc(; d Ilasc Lnit -+, r e maining thcre abo ut II month s . H.e w e nt int o L eyte with t h e ori g ina l invasion g ro up a nd sa w mu c h action in th a t vicinity. Gale is wearin g two batt le s tars for th e I,ey t e o p e rati o n and th e I' hilippin c lib c ra tio n ribb on with on c s tar. Gal e wa s dri\·in fl" alon g th e b e a c h of I,e yt e in a j<.:c p o ne mor nin g whcn h e n o ti ce d a fa milia r lookin g fil-'ur e s t?nding wit h a g roup of na vy m c n . 1t wa s C h ief S pcc iali s t I'e rcy Gi ll , a n ot h c r formcr co ac h o f M ' M, w h o wa s in tran s it to an ass ig nm e nt on O kinawa when h e wa s d u mp cd off a t the rec e i\' il';g s tation with no plac c to go. Ga le took I'(;rc(; to hi s o\V n o utfit and h e r emain ed for s ix or seve n da ys until h e wa s Iran s po r te d o ut . li wa s th e fir s t tim c Gall! a nd I' c rc e had m (; t s inc e Gale h ad c nt e r cd military se r vicc. I'crce is n ow on th e A jax, at nd c r for la r ge air co mbat un its. Gale go t b ac k to th e S ta tes on Oc t. 22, a rri vin g at Seattle, \V as h . I-l e is go in g to \"is it re lat i\'es and fri c nd s fo r awhile and res um c hi s duti es a t ;'I1 S M in the n (;a r future ,

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T h e seco n d o lde st liv in g g r adu at e o f ?\l S "M is Gove r n o r \ lV. R, Pa in t e r o f Carro ll to n, ?\ [ o ., a m a n w h o grad u a ted in e n g in ee r in g bu t I11 rt d e a ll o ut st andin g su cces s a s a n e w spa p er ed it o r a nd in n ub lic se rv ice. Go ve rn o r Pa ill ter wa s b o rn a t -Carr o llt o n , M o ., in Ca rr o ll COl1ll t YI a ll Au g u s t 27, 1863 . lI e w a s edu c at ed in pu b li c sc h ool s o f Ca rro llto n and wa s g r adu a t ed fr o l11 ~ISl\1 in 1882 w ith th e deg ree o f Ba c h e lo r o f S c ien ce in C ivil E n gi n ee r in g . Aft e r g r adu at in g fr o nI t h e Sch ool o f ).tin es , G o v. Pain t e r spe nt t wo yea r s o f m in in g ill the Colo rad o d istri c t. I n 1885 h e wa s e lec t ed C o un ty S u r ve yo r o f Ca r ro ll C o un t y an d ill 1892 becam e edit o r o f the Carro ll ton D e m o crat wh ic h pos it io n h e h o ld s t o the present d a y. lIe ha s been a c! iv e in g o ve r n m e n t al aff a irs in th e S t a t e o f :M is SOtlri fo r o ve r fif ty y ea r s , J-Ie wa s a 111 elll, be l' o f t he B oa rd o f ?\la n a g e r s o f the lvl isso uri S ch oo l fo r Dea f at Fulto n f ro m 1903 t o 1909 . He wa s a m emb e r o f t h e Ca n 'o ll t o n S c h o o l B o ard fo r nin e years . J-[ e ha s se r ved a s p r e si, d en t o f the ~1i ~s o uri P re ss A sso c iat io n , 1900 , 1901, an d is th e o ldest o f th e liv in g Pa s t P resi, de n t s. Th e co u n t n ' edit o r' s in Au ell ce soo n ma n ife ~ ted it se lf ill ' De m oc r at ic po liti c s a ll d in 19 12 he wa s elected Lieutenant Go vern o r; he n ce, t h e t ifl e o f " G ov e rn o r " t o wh ic h h e h .J. s an swe r ed s in ce, Go v. P a in t e r w as p r es id e nt o f t h e 1\l i5' so uri P e n a l In s ti t u ti o n B oa r d fr o m 18 1i t o 192 1. I n 1922 he wa s e lected t o t he Sen at e a nd se rv ed t wo fo u r , vea r t e rm s. In t h e 52 n d and 53rd G e n e r a l A sse;llbli es h e se r ve d a s Pre s id e n t p r o t e m o f the Senate, 1n 19 37 h e was app o in ted a m e m be r o f th e E lee m o s yn ar y B o ard and in 19-+5 G o v, ern o r D o n n e ll y a ppo in t ed him a s C ha ir ma n o f t he B oa rd l wh ich pos ifio n h e.. n ow h o ld :-, S l a t e ho s p it a ls a n d in s ti t u t io n s have al way s b e en o n e o f h is g r eate s t in te r es t s, In hi s 83 rd year o f a bu sy and in du st ri o u s li fe, HG o v e r ll o r " Pa in t e r , a s h e is fa mil ia rl y k no wn a ll ove r th e s tat e, i:s a ~ v igo ro Ll s a s m e n 20 ye a r s yo u n ge r. ]-J e i:- 0 11 0;: (I f t h e fi r s t in th e o ffi ce in th e m o rn in g a n d n eve r mi sses a n in s p ec t io n t rip to the St ate' s in s t it u , t io n s, vVhe ll a sk ed if he h a s rt ll Y h o b b ies, h is r eply is " L ife ha s bee n my h o bb\' a lld I hav e e njoyed it ," " O n J a n u a ry] 2, 1888, Gov . Pa im e r w a s m a r, I"i ed t o ~1 i ss Co r a }-[ e rnd o n o f Ca rrOli l 011. Th e P a i n ters ha d fo ur c hildr e n , tw o o f Wh Oll 1 are li v in g, ?\-lr s,. E . F. S a li s bury o f K a n sa s C ity a n d ~ I r s , Hud so n C oo pe r o i Ca rro ll tOll , j\l r ~ . P ai n ,

Th e th ird o ld es t livi n g g rrtduate o f j\ [ S ~l is \\ -. 1\ 1. C lay po o l '84. NIl'. C la y po o l ha s had a va ri ed ex p e r ie nc e t hro u g h o u t t h e wes t, fin a ll y e s ta b l ishi n g h is h o m e and bu s in e ss at Sa n B e r na rd in o , C al. I II r e la t in g hi s experi e n ce s, :M r. C lay p oo l said: "Afte r lea v in g 1\ l S 1\ ( ill 188-+, I s ta n ed wo d .::in g a s a ssaye r fo r t h e P u e b lo m elt in g & R e fi ning Co . in P u e bl o, Co lo ., la te r g o in g to th eir o re sa nl pl in g w o r k ~ in D e mi ng, New 'Yl e xi co in t h e sa m e capa c ity. " rn 1886, '1 ie ft D e m in g t o wo rk a s a ssaye r fo r the Gra nd Ce nt r al )'Ug . C o . ill T o mb st o n e, Ari z, " "M \' n ext ve ntur e wa s t o fo rm a litt le co rp o r a, li o n ~l1d s i an a sa mplin g wo rk s in Presco tt , _·\ ri zo lla and a ft e r :-o m e \'ear s a t t hi s, w eill t o t he EI P a so S ill elt illg "" o l:k s, E I P a so, T exa s, a s a s s is tan t 1\l e t a llu rg is t , a n d th en t o R io G r an d e S m e lt in g \-V o r k s a s G e ne r a l Purcha s in g A g ent. " Nex t, I t oo k t he fie ld a s a n in dep e nd e n t, se c ur in g co n t r act:- fOI' Ol'e s pura h a sed b y m e a n d lea sed th e sa m p lin g- p la n t in Prescott. I her e h ad a cOlllmi ssio n fr o m a wea lth\' s ynd ic ate t o fi n d a co ppe r m in e. I n t im e, lW ~ T1 ~ wly fo un d p ro s p ect s w e r e o pt iOll ed b y m e, bu t m y p r illc i, pal s wer e t o o pa rti c u lar to t ak e e ith e r o f ihem . I n a sh o r t t im e afL e r Illy o p t io n s e x pir ed, both o i t h ese, tak e n by o the r s, qu ic k ly d evelo ped b o n a n za o r e b o die s and a re n o w in i e r n at io nal ly k 1l 0 \\,1I . "'Afte l' th is d isc o ur a ge m ent , T dec id ed t o go it a lo ne, fo r m ing a frt m ily b u s in ess] p Ull ill g Ill y SOil S in as !l1 a na ge r s o f a bu s in ess in Needle s , C rt !' , a n d o n e h e r e, 1 ke pt o n loo k in g fo r th at mythica l m in e l a n d th e re ar e fe w rat h o le-p r o s , pects ill th e so u thw es t 11 0 t g ive n the o n ce ove r b y m e, BU I -11 0 soa p ! Th e o ld tim e b ur ro , pros pec t o r k n o w s h is bu s in ess. eve n Ill o re so th a n th ~ g eo logis l a nd geo ph y s ic is t. ~ I y ha t is off t o the o ld ti m e r. "

L. R. GRA B ILL ' 78 T he o ld e s t liv in g }'1S'NI g r ad u at e is ~1r. L . R. Grabi ll. 111'. Grabi ll , in co mille n t in g o n h is experie n ce s, wro te a s fo ll o w s : "I en te r ed the Sch ool o f "M in es in I SiS-j u st 70 y ea r s a go . U . S . Gra n t w a s t h en p res id e n t o f t h e co untr y whi c h wa s ju s t r eco ve rin g fr o m th e C iv il \;Va r. T h e F r isco rai lroad had b ee n e xt e nd · ed to I ndi a n terr ito r y, thu s o pe n in g ' o uthw e st M isso ur i t o n ew g ro wth . uT h e t o w n o f R o ll a '-l s ed o il lamp s to lig ht it s unpav ed s tree ts. T h e r e wer e n o t elep h o n e s, n o wa t e r s upp ly, and n o se we r s . uTh e Sch o o l wa s o n l y fou r year s o ld. The o ld R o ll a b u ildi n g , fi l's t bu il t fo r a p ubli c sc h oo l, was th e o nl y o ne o n the ca mpu s, T h e ' pre parat o ry' d epartm e nt wa s m o s tl y an ac ade m y fo r R o lla co- ed s. " The co u r se s fo r th e d e g r ees o f C.E . o r :NL E. wer e cro wd ed in t o t lu-ee ye ar s, T h e r e wa s n o B. S . de g l'ee, K 0 w o n der th a t t h e r e w e re ma n y ca sualti es b e fo re t he e nd o f t h e cOUI'se ! " T h e st u den t b od\' was s ma ll. The fac u lty wa s 11 0 1' lar g e ; but if 'w a s co m p os ed o f m e n' wh o w e r e good teac h e r s, wit h ex pe r ien ce a n d in t ere s t in th e ir wo rk, "' In 1Si5 , D r. C. P. Wi lli am s ( we ca lled h im C h e mi ca ll y Pu re W ill ia m s] fro l11 h is ini t ia ls ) wa s D ir ec t o r. " T h e m e mb e r s o f t h e fiT s t ye ar cla ss t o whi ch l b e lo n g-ed , wel'e n o t we ll p r e pa red a s a I'u le, Tli g h s cnoo ls had 11 0t th ell r eached a s fa r a s th ey n o w d o . S t u d e n t s fr o m th e la rge r c it ies, o f w h o m t h e r e were a few ] fo rged ah ead o f th e pu p il s fr o m sm a ll e r to w n s, Exa mp le s o f thi s , at tha t tim e , w e re Ohma n -Du m es n il ' 77, a nd R aoo ld ex- ' 7i ; wh o lat e r beca m e fa m o u s a ~ d oc t o l's o f m edi c in e. I;T h e st ud e nt s live d ll1 os t l ~ ' in pri va t e ho m es , wh ic h h ad n o plulllbi!I .I! o r o t h e r m odern co n , ve ni e nces . Vv" e s tudi ed at nil£ht by ke l'osen e la mps, ca rri ed w ood a nd m a d e o u r o wn fi re s ill Ih e wood bur n in g s tove s, a nd t o o k o u r b at h s fr o m laundr y tub s o n o u r b edr oo m Aoo r s. In the labo rat o r y we had 11 0 g a s n o r e lec tri c ilY. \" 'e u s ed a lco h o l la m p s fo r o ur la bo r a t o r y wo r k, a n d bo u ght o u r o wn alco h o l. Our la bo rat o r y ho ur s we l"e u su a ll y fro l11 I t o S in th e a ft e rn oo n s a n d a ll da y o n S a t urd ay s . :M i lita r y dri ll wa s r equ ir eel. \Ve wo r e unifo rm s w it h b lu e coat s and grCl\' t r o u se r s, t h u s t y p ify ing t h e fact o f a r e 'l11~i te~1 Il at ic n . Th e l'e were no radi os, m ov in g p ict ur es. o r s imi la r d iv e r s io n s . \,V e h ad littl e t o do at ni g h t b UI s t u dy. A lt oget h e r w e d id m ak e so m e prog r ess , and so m e o f u s a t la s t p u ll ed th ro ugh o u r fin a ls a nd rece ived o ur dip lo ma s . "A few w eek s a fte r g r adu at ion , 1 we nl 10 a n ea r mi n ing c am p in C o lo r ado, wi th an a s , s ay in g 0 1.11 fi t ] a n d rt s urv eyo r' s co m pa ss an d c h a in: a n d se t to wo r k o n m )' o wn. A t h l'Stl it was a t o u gh expe ri e ll ce. L ater, I b eca m e t he a ssay e r a n d sur vey o r fo r th e B ass ic k mi n e] th e n a r ic h go ld produ ce r. Late r st ill l I Wrt S e ngaged in th e d eve lo p m e n t o f min in g p ro p e r t)' ill C o lorad o an d Ne w :M ex ico . "rn ] 882 I: b ecam e a ss ist a n i e n g in ee r wi th t h e U .S . E ng in eer Co rp s! on ri ve r and harb or 1m -

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S he ra ld F. H e neg ha n '43 a nd Mi ss Ma r ie H a nse n , dau g hte r o f M r. a nd Mr s . A nth o ny H a ns e n S r. , of Ca rr o ll to n, Ill., we l'e ma rri ed o n J a n. 3, 1946, at St. Jo hn 's Ca th o li c C hur c h in Ca rr o ll ton. S he ra ld ret urn e d to th e States on D e c. 10, 1945 , af t e r s e r vin g in E ur ope s in ce J a n. 17, 1944. I-I e wa s w ea rin g li ve bat tl e s tar s a nd t he B ro n ze Sta r wit h Oa k Leaf Clus ter. S hera ld la nd e d o n O maha Beach on D-Day plus li ve and w e nt th r o ug h t he bat tl e of No rm a nd y , No r thern France, Ce ntr a l E ur o pe, A rd e nn es and th e Rhin e la nd . H e a nd hi s ne w w if e have n o t yet es tab lis hed a ho m e bu t t hey hop e to li v e in t h e v ic init y of St. Lo ui s . S he ra ld vi s it e d th e ca mpu s o n Dec. 20.

RODe r t E . Ba lm a t '42 a nd M iss J ea nn e Lo ui s e M e rt z, dau g h te r o f M r. a nd M rs. Ra y K li ne Mertz, of A ll e ntown, Pa., we r e m a rri ed in A ll e nto w n o n Nov . 17, acco rdin g to a n an n o un ce m e n t r ec e iv ed by P r of. C. Y . Clay t o n. Bo b g r a du at e d f r om MSlvI in 19-+2 w ith th e d e g r ee of Bac he lo r of Sc ie nc e in Meta llur g ica l E ng in e e rin g . H e wa s a m e mb e r of S ig ma N u f r at e rnit y on th e camp u s. H e is now e mploye d b y th e B e th le h e m S t ee l Co rp. at Be thl e he m , Pa . Bo b a n d h is b r id e wi ll b e at h ome afte r Dec. 1, a t 430 lvl ain s tr ee t, B e t hl e hem, Pa.

Rob e r t Kick '-+4 a nd V ir g ini a Ma e McCl ur e, da u g ht er o f Mr. an d Mr s. Har o ld McCl ur e of Dayton, O hi o, we re m a rri e d a t th e S hil o h Co n g-regationa l C hur c h in Dayton on Se pt. 1. IVIr s. K ic k att e nd e d Bow lin g G r ee n U ni ve r s ity a nd wa s a m e mb e r of Tri-Lambda s o r o n ty t h e re. Bo b wa s a m emb e r o f Lambda C h i A lpha frat e rni ty, B lu e Key, Ro ll a mo Boa rd, a nd Am e ri ca n So c ie ty for M e ta ls w h il e on t h e ca mpu s. Bo b a nd hi s brid e vi s it ed th e camp us o n D ec. 3.

Mr. a nd Mr s. A lfr ed L. Ro ss man hav e a nn o un ce d t he marria ge of t he ir da ug h te r Ev e ly n A lma to Lt. Cmdr. Haro ld R ueff, USN R , o n S und ay , Nov. -+, 1945, at th e G r eat La kes N av a l Base , Ill. H a r o ld atte nd ed M SM fr om 1938 t hr o ug h 1940, g oin g int o t h e navy s oon a ft e r leav in g s c hoo l. H e wa s a m e mb e r of T he ta Ta u fr a t e rni ty a nd pla ns to ret urn t o MSM to co mp le te work for hi s d eg r ee fo ll ow in g h is di s c ha r ge.

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M r s. O . L. H e ue r, moth e r o f S g t. R o be r t L H e ue r e x- ·-+.l , ha s wr itt e n th at Rob e r t wa s kil led in act io n o n O kin awa on A pri l 20. H e wa s with th e 96t h In fant r y Div is ion an d h ad w ri tt e n t o hi s pa r e n t s o n Ap ril 17 t hat h e wa s r e t urnin g to duty aft e r r ec u pe ratin g from s li g h t wo und s. R ob e rt wa s awa rd ed th e Si lve r Sta r m e dal a fe w month s b efore for g a llant ry in act ion in th e [' hil ippin es . H e we nt ove r sea s in Jul y 1944, an d parti c ip at e d in th e in vas ion of L eyt e an d wa s at th e f r o n t lin es for 24 d ay s wit hout res t du rin g th at campa ig n. In Marc h h e w e n t to O kin awa wit h t he inva s ion t ro op s. H e a ls o he ld a Com bat Infantr Yl11n n Bad ge a nd t he Purp le H ea r t. On th e camp us Robert ,va s a m e mber of Pi Kappa A lp ha fra t e rni ty . Rob e r t make s a tota l of 37 Miner s w ho hav e g ive n th e ir li v es o r ar e li s te d a s mi ss in g in acti on durin g t he p r es e nt wa r. M rs . Em il F roe hl y , m ot h e r of R o b e rt E. F roe hl y ex-'-+6, ha s notili e d P r es id e n t Fre d Sc hn e e ber g e r t ha t h er so n lost hi s lif e on t he USS F ranklin on th e dat e o f Ma r ch 19, 1945. Ro be rt wa s lis ted a s mi ss in g unti l Oct. 12, 1945, when h e wa s o ffi c ia ll y d ec lar ed d ea d b y t h e Navy. H e wa s C hi ef R a di o T e c hni c ia n, hav in g e nt e re d t h e se r v ice o n Nov. 3, 1942.

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'yV. S . Thoma s g ives hi s a ddr ess a s J [ o t e l J e ff er son , i\[ ac o ll , :M o. 1896 }""ra n c is N . Fy nn ex- '96 is re s idin g a t -! 15 So. T h ird av e nu e, !\1a y wood, III. 1899 Edwin T. Pe r k in s wh o ha s b ee n with t h e Bureau o f Min es at R o ll a fo r th e p a s t tw o ye ar s, ha s r e turn ed l O h is fo rmer h o m e in J o pl in. 1I is addr ess is J 723 J ac k so n av e nue, J o p lin , 1\1 0 . 190 1 R. T . Ra l uf s is emp lo yed by the U. S . B ur eau o f Min es, R o lla , M o . H e is living a t 10 2 W. 12 th 51r ec ti R o ll a , 1\10. 1904 Evan E. Pr ice gi ves hi s add r e ss a s Dox 9 12, Tlelena, :M o ntana. 190 5 C liffo rd R . WilA ey after se r v in g thro u g h th e war with th e U.S . Bur ea u of 1\1in es, wo r k in g o u t o f their Denver o ffic e, ha s I"etur n ed to hi s fo rtner b u s in ess of C o n s ultin g 1\{ining E n ginee r with o ffic es in D e n ver. FI is h o m e address is 223 3 Grape s treet, D e nver 7, Colo.

1908 G eo rg e II. Boy er is li ving at 6 16 Lafayette Building, Fi fth and Chestnu t s treet s, Phi lade lphia 6 , Pa. George is pla nn in g to atie nd the Grad u at e Sch oo l o f th e Univ e r s it y o f P e nn sy l1909 R o w e M cCrae v is it ed t he campu s 0 11 O C L 22 . Ro we and hi s fa mil y are t e mpo r ari ly livin g a t C le ve land a venue, Gaines vi ll e, Ga. 1910 n e nt o n F. Murphy is min e sup er in tend e n t with the D oe Run Lead C o ., R iverm in es, 1\1 0 . 1912 \-Va lter B. Gray ex· "1 2 g iv e s hi s hOll1e addre ss as 938 \Ni sco n sin ave n ue, Oak P ark, 111. J ohn R. K e nn ey li ve s at 427 \ \1. W r ightwood , Chica g o, III. , a nd is a co n s ultin g e n g in eer at 2 13 2 N. J-fa ls ted s t r eet, Ch icago, I II. R os we ll l L Ma veety is li ving at 53 \V. Ja ckso n b o ul e va rd, Ch ica go, I ll. O. C. W ernha n cr is e n g ineer with the D . F. an d l-I. Iv(inin g Co ., Ca lifo rnia, i\fo . lI e say s h e mad e a tri p t o l\1inJl eso t a a nd had a mi gh t y e n joyab le v is it with o n e o f th e mos t pop ul ar men o ld MSM e ver t ur ned o ut , E. P. (Red) Barrell '09. I E. D . Lynton vi s it ed R o ll a 0 11 Nov. 9. E ddi e wa s e llr o u te h o me fr o m a trip th r o u gh 'r exa s

a n d L o ui s iana fOI- hi s co mpan y, the Sta lld ard Oi l Co. l I e I-epo rtecl that he had a fi n e time a t Flo u s ton at t h e I-l o u s t e ll meetillg o f the Alumni A ssocia ti o n and he saw a lo t o f fe ll o w s th e r e a nd Kad I-I a sse ll11 an n wa s certain ly a go od ho s t. Eddi e was sorr\, to have to mi ss the a lumni meet ing o n N ov: 9 and a lso the }{ omec o tlling in R o lla o n N ov_ 10, but p r ev io ll s e n ga g eme n t s in Denver kept him from ai t e n di n g b oth . .Hi s ho me addre ss is 122 1 No. I s a b e l, Glenda le, Cal. 19 13 E. C. M cFadde n ex-' 13 is 11 0 W di s tri Ct" m a nage r for th e Pitt sb ur gh Pipe C leaner Co. o f Ch ica g o a nd is li vin g at" 10 535 So . Vl oad s tr eet in C hi cag o . S. E. H oll ister has been app o in ted m a n ager o f th e So u t h we s te rn Engineering Co. o f the Ph il ippi n e I sla n d s wit h headqua rter s at: 203 Aya la Bl dg., ~{ a llil a , a nd will leave fo r hi s new a ss ig nm ent in ihe n ea r fu tu re. P r ior to the war with J ap an , Sou thwe ster n wa s act ive ly e ngaged in mini ng a nd m e tallur g ica l e n g in ee rin g and co n s t ru c ti on work in the island s, a n d wi ll CO Il tinue in th is wo r k a s we ll a s und e rt ak in g e n gillee rin g and apprai sa l in co nnecti o n with war da ma ge cl a im s in that area . 1914 L . L. Lodwi c k is 110\\' li v in g at 43 9 N. 1o.1a in , Co lumbia na, Ohio.

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chan ge o f addl-ess . the n laking part in t h e L eyte and ~li llda lla o 1916 Lr-. Co l. Daniel Kennedy vi sited R o ll a o n a ca mp a ig n s to fr ee the Philippine s. Clyde 'N. Bower ex- ' 16 is livin g at 1830 W. 19 -dav leave in ea rl y Sept ember. Dan retu rn ed J o hn I-I. Riddle vocate '23 , is pres id ent of the J.awren ce, C hi cago, 'Ill. to t h~ States on Aug. 22 , on the Queen :M ar y. \I '''' a lter Gamm e ~er li ve s at ?50 l N. Kent. St., Riddle Quarrie s, In c ., at :M ar io n , Karl. J oh n a n d left R o ll a o n Sept. 12, to ret urn to dut y in writes t h at he keeps up w ith the affa irs o f the " \ Vhitefi sh B aYI l\1 d wau kee, W1 S . vVa shingto n, D.C., where he w ill b e co nn ected school t hro u gh th e n ews pape r s a nd is s till int e r· IT . A. N eudstae dte r visited the campus o n with th e a rm y m app in g service o f the Corps o f e s ted ill the p r og res s o f t h e in st it uti on . OCl. 8, accompa ni ed by h is SO il , R o be rt , who is Engineer s . Dan wa s o ve r seas for 17 m o n th s A mb rose C. Rucker is livin g at 424 7 S. B enin n ava l serv ice. 1\fr. Neu st aedter is w it h t he w ith the :31'd Army und er Ge n. Geo. S. P atto n to n Kan sas Cit v 4 ~{ o . I-Ie is en g in ee r with t h e S1. L o ui s Smeltin g & Refining Co ., h is ho me ad and h a s five batt le · sta r s , th e Bro n ze Star and Pat~handl e Eas'ler~l Pi pelin e Co., 1223 Balti · dre!'s being 5635 E ichelberger ave nu e, St. Lo ui s, the Leg io n o f 1\{ eriL lIe a lso wears the P urpl e 1lI 0re, Kan sa s C ity. 'M i sso uri. ] rea n wi t h clu ster fr o m the la st war. C h a rl es C. Tevi s ha s nlOved fr o m Kirkw ood , Ca rl G. Stifel who is preside n t o f the P oco. Char les L. Kit ch en ex-'Z6 is ge ne r a l fo r em a n ]\1 0., and is II OW li v in g at 1604a J effe r so n l [ l s ., ha n tas Minin g Co. and the C. G. St ifel Realt y () f the B last F urn ace Dept., w it h the vV isco n s ill J eff et"so n C ity, 1\1 0 . . Co. h a s o ffice at 4 1S N. 8th St" St. L o ui s I , M o. Stee l vVorks o f Chicago, JlI. , a n d is li v in g at Ca pt. V irg il Whitworth ha s n o w been (ll sJ o hn J. Doyle ex-' 16 is in the o j) bu s in ess for 70 15 S. l\Ii ch iga n in C hi cago. cha r ged fr o m the a rlll y and is n o w t empo ra ril y him se lf a nd is a success ful operat or in t he L Oll1927 with hi s s isl e r at Sa ndu s ky ro u te, 1\10ntrose, la. is iana field. J ac k wi ll b e r eme m bered by m a n y lIerll1<l ll Blicken sde rfer is n ow located at 9 J 8 1924 as St. Pat of 19 15. H is h o m e add re ss is Box E . 6th s treet, Ga ry, I n d. J o hll L. Andrew s, fo rm erly of Elmwood Park, 844, Lake Cha rl e s, La. Ed w a rd ]-I . Cook is n o w w ith the Naz-Do r TIL , is now r eceivin g mail at Fa irfi e ld, III. 1919 Co r p., -l 69 Mi lwaukee ave nu e, Ch icago, Ill. 1925 \"-a lt er F. Lottman n is li vi n g at 3507 G reel' Edward R. Cushing is with th e Celo tex Co rp ., J. l:':. Couch is e mpl oyed b y t he B rid ge l?o:t ave n ue, St. L o ui s 7, 11:0. 120 S . L aSa ll e s treet, C hi ca go 3, Ill. Hi s h o me Oil Co mp a n y, Box 765 Great: B end , K a n, I-Ie I S V. X. Smiley v isit ed t he cam p u s o n Oci. 4. addr ess is 909 E lm wood ave nu e, Evan sto n , Ill. li v in g at 33 19 Fo r es t, G reat Bend, . H e is a co n s t r uction e n g in ee r w ith the Ill. Div. Ca pt. Jam e!' W. Hardy is s t a ti o n ed in MaryHi ghway s. Hi s address is B ox 365, Di xo n , Ill. V George D . Gaine s wh ose h o m e address I S land. Hi s add l'ess is I-Iq. 3rd SCU, Ft. George 5 500 -M i c hi ga n' avenue, K a n s a s City, -M o., is emPh ili p H. Bohart is wi.h the G ulf 011 Corp. G. Meade, Md. pl o yed ill Lo s Angeles, Ca l. , at t he pre se n t t im e. at Tul sa; he ha s take n over a s d irecto r of t he Ralph I-I. Knight ha s bee n in sta lled a s p re s iX C harl es C. Irving g ives hi s p r e se n t addre ss a s pro ducti o n d i vi sio n of the Petro leu m Adm ini sde l; t o f th e Sa les 11anagers Bureau of ~he <;ha ~ll ­ Wauconda, Il l. trat io n fo r '''' ar . A s a ss ista n t to the v ice-presibe l' o f CO lllmerce in S1. Loui s. R a lph I S Dl st r !.-cr Lt. Co l. R. D. Hodge write s frolll T o k yo, dent o f G ulf he s u pe rvi sed drilling, prod uc ti o n, Sa le s 1\fanager fo r the A ir Reducti o n Sales Co, J ap an , t hat he is heading fo r h om e ~ n d c ivilian warehou se . and purchasin g. ill SL L ou is . life. I-1 is h o m e addre ss is 18 Colllll s ave nu e, 1920 J o hn E. McCauley is re s idi n g at 7725 So u th TI-OY, N . Y. lIe is r etun-lin g to hi s o ld job wi th Carl A. G ettler is li vi n g at 607 vVestbo r o u gh L owe ave nu e, Ch icago, Ill. l Ie is with S loa n & the Internationa l G en eral E lect ri c Company in place, Web ste r G r oves 19, l\1 0. Cook, CO li sui t in g engineers , at Chicago, I ll. Schenectady. R o n a ld O. Swayze is ass ista nt m a na ge r o f the R o bert F. M c Caw a nd Mrs. McCaw of 1608 E . 1\1 . Lindenau ha s re sig n ed as se ni o r lllinin g R ock y 'M ou n tain dis trict fo r the Ge n eral PetroSherwin , Ch icago, II!. , annou nce the birth o f e n g in eer with the U .S_ Bureau o f 1\1illes ill Salt le um 'Co ' l 4 15 Co n s. R oyalty B ldg., Ca sper,\Vyo. a so n, Dec. 14, at the Eva n sto n I-Io sp ita l, Eva n sLake City , Utah, w h ere he wa s d o ill g exp lo r a1921 tO il , 111. ~Ir. a nd l\1rs . 11cCaw have o n e othe r t io n w or k fo r st ra teg ic 11lill e ral s and minin g re ch ild , a daughter, S u sa n. V vVi ll ialll 1v~cK inl e~: Kahlbau~ ha s moved search in connection t h erewi th . I-J e is es tab lishLt. Amedee A . Peug net. U .S . Navy, visited ~ from \ >\rate rviJ e t, N ,\. to 406 N . Road s nee r, in g a n office ill Tu cso n, Arizona a s a co ns ultan t. the campu s Oil Dec. 7. lIe is o n te nninal leave ] [ o lli s E. McBride, fonner r es ide n t o f Cape E li za beth City, N . C. a n d hi s m a ilin g ad dre ss is 4482 L indell Blvd., A_ D. Hahn has r es ig n ed a s p ro fesso r o f min Gira l-deau, l\{o ., is n ow livin g at Bate sv ille, Ark. ing at the New 1fex ico School o f l\1ine s and St ua rt 'M . Rathbone is n o w liv in g at 18 12 St. Lou is, 1\f o. R . I I. Wightman is min e s u pe rin te n de n t o f has n o w ope ned u p a s il ve r m in e. I1 is address Sherman avenu e, Evansto n, TIl. the R iver s id e Ceme n t Company, Riverside, Ca l. is Cre sted Butt e, Co lo . Leo E . Shire has b ee n t ran sferred f'-O'll t he 1928 l~llgineeriJlg Department to the Ex port Sales 1922 He rber t E. Ahrens li ve s at 292 1 Dundee Rd. , Phil ip And rews is Ch ief of Exp lo r a ti o n fo r Div is io n o f B eech Aircraft Co rp o r ation , vVic h ita Soco n v-Vac uum in Colo mbi a, h is addr ess bei n g 1, K a n. Leo is n o w liv in g at 511 9 E . E n g li sh, Lo uisv ill e, K y. Lt. Co l. Ch a s . "V. Ambler Jr. g ives hi s miliSocon)r-Vacuu m O il Co mpan y o f Co lo mbi a, vVichita 8, Ka n, ta ry a s Officer R egist er·Officers Sect io n , Camp Lt. Co l. R oge r 0, Day ha s re t urned to the A par t;do Aereo 4034, Apa r tado Nac io nal 1140 , C l~ib o rn e, L a . I-li s ho m e addl'es s is 59 15 vVa shBogota, Co lo mbi a . St a tes after 43 m o nth s o f overseas duty in the J OIUl L. Bul ge r g ives hi s address a s S.E.E.A. . wa r. Rod is o n term in a l leave n ow and will be ington B lvd ., St . Louis 12, M o. Clet u s Cord ry v is ited th e campus on Sept. 28. V il oco via E uca lip t u s, Bo li via, S . A. di scharged fr o lll the a rm y on F e b. 22 . I-Ie h as Clete is w ith t h e Gu lf Oi l Co o, stat ioned at F ort B. E. Charles is add r es sed a t p r esent at the had five ye ar s of military s ervice. R od is tak in g I-I e te l O w yhee, B o ise, Jdaho. For man y years a vacation t ri p t hr ou gh Califo rnia a nd ex pect s Worth, Tex . At the 1\1 inin g C lub in New York City re cen tto retu rn to hi s o ld job the latt er part o f Novh e wa s e n gaged in minin g interests in Ar izo n a ly, several ~1S M men were seen. Co l. T. a n d 'M exico. em bel- sto pping off in St. L o ui s to v is it the pre sGerber w as there, a nd he is to soo n retire fr o m Glen n J. Chris tner is e m p loyed by the Eagle ide n t, Fred Schlleeberge l". R od's SO li-in -law, the Army afte r twe n ty-e ight years' service in the Picher Co., 420 Lexi n gto n avenue, New Yo r k. Capt. Geo. II. Dav is, n o \\' il1 the Philip p in es, Army. A lso there wel-e R o we F. 11cCrae '09 a n d Ben l\L La yto n is r es idi n g at 625 F orest St. 1 con te m plates e nr o llm ent ill the School o f l\'Iin e s~ Fer g u so n 2 1, Ni o . and 11eta llurg " ill J an uary . G . E . J o hn so n ' 16. Lt. Col. Edwin G. Ma ch in vi s ited the ca m p u s , R o n a ld D . Ward is with t he Shell O il Co ., "Vm. B . Machin is a capt a in in the army s tatio ned at Camp Cla ib o rn e, La. I~Ii s home ado n Sepi. 20 . E d has j u s t retunled fr.om 38 Refi ne r y, Con struct io n Dept., :H o ll sto n l T ex . dress is 2 104 l\{ in or street , F ort ,,,ray n e, Ind. Illonth s o vers eas where he wa s engaged In COll - ~ Capt. R o n ald ~I. White was in R o ll a Nov. 29 . R Oil has been over sea s for 15 m o nth s a nd is strucli o ll wo rk in so ulhenl England and o n the 1929 rehab ili tati o n of !he r ai lw a~'s thro ugh ~1-anc 9, veari n g three battle sta r s a nd the Bro nze Star B . R. Coil give s hi s add re ss a s Box 100, and Germany up In tO A us t rt a. O n e of h iS o u ta lo llg with the Philippine Liberati o n ribb on wi th ~[iamL, Ar iz. s tanding acco mpli sh ill ent s was the con s truction o n e bro n ze sta r. He fo ll owed the war fr o III New T. O. En glish is wit h the A luminu m Co . o f o f a 2,800 ra il wa y br idge acros!' t he R hi n e river Guinea to the Philippine s and the n to J apan, Amer lca, P ittsb ur gh, Pa. Tom w ri tes that he is in s ix day s a nd fifteen hour s. en ding in Y oko h o ma wi th the 8t h Army llead a pp ly in g for hi s regi s trat io n a s a licen sed en giGeorge Rich e~ t .i s th e ~ ss i s t~nt n1ineral s Atquarters, E n g ineer Section . R o n is expect in g neer with the Pen n sy lva ni a State Re g ist rati on tache for the U.S. 111 l\ll exlco City. hi s di scharge in ea rl y February. Board. 1vIa j. Joh n I-I. H ah n give s h is mili tary adclt'ess V 192 3 Capt. Leonard O. William s is returning to a s HQ, K U RE Ba se, APO 994, c/ o PM, Sail '\ \IV ilbur J. Darby is with the Tenne ssee Valley Cheyen ne, V";yo., a s State Sa ni tary E n g in eer F!-anclsco, Ca l. Auth o r ity at F lorenc e, A la. from which he wa s o n leave. ]VIaj. I-I, G. Jones is ove r s ea s and gives hi s 11. L. Frey, forme l- ch ief metallurgi s t of the 1926 pres ent add r ess a s HQ IX Engr. Comd ., APO ai rc raft e ngine divi s io n of Packard 1\{Olor Car C_ A. Anderso n is chief e ngi neer with the 126, c/ o P~1, J\Tew York, N .Y . I-Ie wi ll return Co., is n ow con nec ted with the A lli s -Cha lmer s Parker s burg Rig a n d Ree l Co., in Co ffeyv ill e, to the Un ited State s s hortly and a fter Jan. ) 5, :M fg . Co. for who m he is a ssist ant to the ge ne r al Kan sa s, l1lai l w ill r each him at h is home addre ss wh ich is work s ma nager of the tract o r divi sio n , or, m ore Lt. Samue l E. Craig is in the 13 99 th E n gr. 110 O s bor ne s treet, Owo sso, :i\1ich. s imply, staff met a llurgica l en g in eer. Hi s ho m e Con st. Bn. , A P O 957, c/ o Pl\[ , San Franci sco , Jame s O . Letts is livi n g at U ni t 249 B, Garaddress is 64 19 V";. \·Vi sco ns in av e nue, vVauwaCa l. I-Ie is n ow s tatio ned ill the J-[awa ii an Tsto sa 13, vVis. land s. ]-li s fami ly is livi n g in Sa lt L ake City, den Spring, Spokane, \ Va sh. George T. McCrorey wa s o n the ca mpu s on Lt. Col. S. P e n ce is a Pro vo s t l\1a r shal at the U tah. Oct 10. Geo r ge is en ginee r with the St . J ose ph T en th Corp s IIeadquarter s. Lt. Col. Pence reE rwin Gammeter give s hi s new ad dre ss a s Lead Com pany at Rivermine s, M:o. I-li s home celltl y was awa rded t he Bro n z.e Star Medal fOI' 1637 S. 16th s treet, ~1ayw ood, TIl. address is in Eldon, ]VI o , "l\I[ eritor io us Ach ieve m ent ill co n11 ection w ith I-I o ward A. Herder ex- '26 g ive s hi s add r e ss a s I-Tenry D. 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Shec kler writes th at h e wa s 'T he wo rk has been vari ed b u t int er es t in g, ·mos t p leased a n d s u rp r ised to receive the Augu st of it bein g road and ga rri so n co ns tru ct io n. Septe m ber iss ue o f the ?,,( i\{ Alumllu s a s it is " I [o ping to r et urn soon a n d partake m o r e th e first iss ue he ha s r eceived in ab o ll t fo ur year s ac ti ve ly in ]\{ S ~f A lumni work , I r em ai n ." as " ... a r o ll in g sto ne gathe r s no m oss and very Cpl. lI a rr y K omm is with t he 75th AAF BU, littl e maiL " K enn e th new fr o m Ca lifo r n ia to Irq. AACS, A sh evill e, N.C. .\[a nil a and enjoyed th e fli g h t very mu ch. ?vfa nil a W. H . Thias is n o w li vin g in Afft o ll , ~[ O . , at is ve r y mu ch d es lroy ed bu t is comin g bac k to 993 1 Afft o n p lace. li fe agai n. A t the present time he is a ss igned to L t. Arthur R. Tawse is n ow located Oll the the Con s tructi o n Corps o f th e Philippitles ( ConBurma r oad near Kumming, Ch in a. R oy' s adco r ). Ken wri tes t hat he h opes to rec e ive h is d ress is S ub Hqs. SOS, APO 488, c/o PM , r elea se sh o r tl y after th e fi r st o f th e yeat' as four New Yo rk NY f\f o rri s T~rke n ha s a change o f add r ess. years o f a rm y ro u t in e is en o u g h fo r him. Vie saw Co l. It sch ner, fo r111 erl y PMS&T at Leyte; and 1 ri s n ew r esiden ce is 7235 Tu lane aven uc, St:. a. lso saw Bi ll Neel '35 in the Philippines . K enL o ui s 5, ~1 0 . 1936 n erh p lan s to return to the A. P. Green Fire Andrew T. Aylward is w it h th e S l. Loui s Brick Com pa ny at i\ f ex ico, 'M o, in their Sa les Departmen t up o n di sc h a r ge. Po li ce D ept., 12th and Clark, 51. Loui s, )[ 0., a nd is li v in g at 5959 Al pha a ve nu e. 1938 Capt. Edward C, Fiss is w ith th e 13 t h E 1I g r. Edd y Ballman ha s r et u rned to hi s employment with the Shell Oil Company at W ood Bn" .S, Army, APO No. 7, c/o P)f , San Franci sco, Cal. Ri ve r , Ill. Fra nk Haines. fo rmerlv wi t h the 'M ater iels LI. D o n C. Bowman Jr. wa s dec o rated with Burea u o f the ~.r o . S tat e' Hi ghway D ept. has the Bro n ze Star a nd Co mm en dation Ribb o n for been relea sed fr o m army se rvice an d cOll lenlse r vices as a divin g officer aboa rd a s ubmarin e plates ret urnin g to hi s w~ rk with the 11'£ 0. Srate iit t he Pac ific a t a r ecen t cerem ony at Lambert Hi g hw ay in the near futur e. II is address is 5 vi e lcl Nava l Air S t a ti o n . D o n ha s a lso received Great Oak s, R o lla, 1\10 . the S il ver S ta r, Navy and :M arine Corps medal L t. (jg) Ri c/1ard II. Hoffman rece ive s hi s a nd t.wo pre s id e n tia l unit c it ations. D o n r ece ived ma il at P.O. B ox 667, Sweetwa t er, T ex. h is di scharge 0 11 Dec. 1. I-li s h o me a ddr ess is Ll. J ame s 1-1. Menefe e is with the H eadquar560 1 Giles av e Ilu e, St:. L o ui s. ters o f th e N int h A ir F o rce, APO 696, c/o P1I , Lt. R o y C. Cornett is w ith the 26th Gen eral New Y o rk , N . Y. Staff Cla ss, -1- 50·7 Kearney, Ft. L eavenwo r th , Ka n sas. F red A. Schwab vi s ited the ca m pu s on Sept. \ Villia m \'V . Dec ker has accepted a posit io n 8. F r ed is with the U,S. En g inee r s in Kan sas with '!lo tner and vVyatt, co n s ulti n g engineers of Citro 1-li s home add r ess is 4 19 J ack son, K ansa s City, ~r o. Kan sas City, ) {o. Iri s home address is 1\1"0. 5 " 1. R . Spahr is li v in g a t 300-1 R eba, Tfo u s totl , Green Acres, R o ll a, ~i 0 . l exa s. C. C. Van Deventer is with the Cari b bean L es li e G. Tennies is a maj o r s tat io ned at ~.rcPet ro leulll Co., ]\1aracaibo, Venezuela, S .A. Van C los key General l-Ios p ital, Tel1lple, Tex. Iri s w ri tes tha t he find s the Al umnu s very in terest hO lll e add r ess is 202 F o urt h s treet, L itt le Va ling. ley, N. Y. J oseph V\' . Howerton is at the home o f his \,V illi am E, Walker JL r es ides ai.. 525 Arlingmorher at 70-1- 1\1ain s treet, R o lla , 7\{o., r ecu p· ton p lace, Chic ago, Ill. era t ing fr o m an illn ess. J oe is with the West ern Mrs. Char les D. \,y ri ght o f \,Ve bs ter Groves, E lec tr ic Compa n y, Ilaw thor ne Statio ll , Chicago M o., mot her o f J oseph \-\les ley Wright. ha s 23, JlL prese n ted to the Epi scopa l Church of R o lla, ~ 1\1aj. Eugene B, Lani er is in the 3233 r cl Engr. a me m Ot' ia l Rag in mem ory o f her decea sed so n. Service BlI. , A PO 5 13, c/o 1'1\1, Ne w Yo rk. J esse S. LeGra nd re s ides at 16 Lloyd court, 'f he flag wa s ded icated at a s!)ecia l memo ri a l serv ice fo r the S ig m a Nu fraternity of wh ich Nut ley, N.J. J oseph wa s a me mb er and a spec ia l ceremo n y \I J oh n R. M cC lo s ky ha s moved to 304 E. 13th by R ev . O . \ ". Jackso n, pa sto r of the Epi sco pal '\ street, Baxter Spri ll gs, Kan. Church in R o lla, For man y years the Sigma K u 1\I aj , Heldi n g H . M c Curdy receives his mail frate r nity ha s a tte nded the Epi scopal Ch ur ch in at i\r c~T a ir }"I all , B ox 189, Ft. S ill, Okla. a body for the ir a nnu a l memo r ia l da y se rv ices. R oy \,, -, Matthew s is li ving at 310 San Beni re 1937 \Y ay, San Fran c isco 16, Ca l. Frank C. Appleyard gives hi s flume add ress I [ owa rd Moll ett is n ow emp loyed in ihe Rea s Gle n v iew, L1L lIe is with th e U.S . Gyps um sea rch Dept. , Seagrams Co., L o ui svi ll e, Ky, ~oi1lpany at Ch icago, a s a ss is tant to the producL L J oe E. P et ers is on le nni na l leave from lio n manager. the Navy and is li v in g at the home o f hi s wife in Alfred F. Bochenek is n ow on the Amer ica n Dixon, 'M o , J oe has been over s ea s fOt, ab out Society of i\.f echan ica l Engin ee r s' s taff, 20 \,Ve st two year s. 39th s treet, New Yo r k 18 . .I ri s re s id en ce and Y L't.. Richard D . Proug h v is ited the ca m p u s o n addr ess fo r m ai l is 879 Sp rin gfield avenue, Sum· I\ Nov. 13. Richard is still in the U.S. Naval R emit , N .J. serve, PIC , Navy Yard, \-\la s hi n gto n, D.C. , bu t Ross H.. Carroll a is Office E n g ineer with the expect s to be di schar ged SOO I1. I-l is permanen t R a y m o n d Co n crete Pil e Co. in L iberia, Afri ca . ad dre ss is c/o ~{r s . \"'111. J. J?inla~', 1607 Dear, 'II is mailin g address is : Civili a n Empl oyee, R ay born dr ive, Kirkw ood, ~\{ o . mo n d Concrete Pi le Co., A P O 60S, c/o P OStJ oh n C. Radcliffe is sa les en g in eer with ma s ter, :'\iiami, Fla. \'Vestingho u se E lectric Co mp a n y in St. L o u is. ~faj. "\-"m. \\ .. Culbert son v is it ed the ca mpu s 1 [i s h o me address is 337 \V. :.\ ( ad iso ll , Kirkwood D ec. 7. H e is on terminal leave a nd can be 22, !\ro. reached at 509 E. 5th s tree t, R o ll a, 1\ ( 0. Capt. R a lph L. S carborou g h vi s ited the cam\V. L. Donnelly is s u pe ri ntendent o f th e pu s o n Oct. 25. R a lph is with the Co q )S o f L inde Air Produn s-Cor ulldu m Pl ant , Colulllbu s Engineers . "I I is home adciT'ess is R o ute 3, Box driv e arid Kennedy, Eas t Chicago, Ind . TI e is -l86, Sprin g field , ~{ o. ji vi n g a t 673-1 \V icker avenue, JT al11lllo n d, fn c!. Kenneth V, Sibert was d ischarged fro lll the L 1. (sg) H. . L . Elg in vi sit ed th e campu s Oct. ar111y o n Nov . I, after thr ee years o f service . 3. Bob has recen tl y rece i\' ed hi s di scharge a nd K e nn eth wcar s fOltr batt le s t ars. J-[e is at hom e was enro ute to hi s h o m e at Platte C ity, i\( o ., fo r n o w at 42 R o lla Garden s, R o ll a, 7\i( 0. \V I11. E , St ep hen s is plant: en g in ee r with t.he a vi s it' with h is m othe r. Bob is n o w th e fa th er of" bo \" , R o bert ;'l ea d e, bo rn Jul y 14, 1944. ] fe U.S . GYP SU111 Co. al 1 feath, M o nt. wa s marri ed ,OCl. I S, 194 1 :'0 Caro lin e Cor ley in ~1.aj . 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D.C. L t:. (jg) G le nn E. Brand is in the Navy Tr ospi ta l B · II , Camp \,V hit e, :M edfo rd , Oregon . Ili s h o me is ill Stee lv ill e, :M o. E hn o nd L. Clari d ge vi s ite d the ca mpu s a ll Sep t. 20. E llll o nd is w ith th e V\' ood r iver R e flllcry o f the She ll O il Co., W oodri ve r , II I. ITi s h o me addr ess is 135 \A' . T y deman , R oxa tJ a, Ill. L L B. C. Comp ton, USNR, is in the Pac iti c area, hi s add ress bein g V.R. 13, FPO , Sa n FraJl c lseo, Ca l. Capt. G eo r ge J. Decker ha s ju st relurlled irotll the Euro pea n Th eate r o f Ope ration s a n d is n ow stat.ioned at 161 Tac. R Cll . S q. , Drew F ie ld, Fla. tli s h o m e is in Sio u x City, I o wa at 425 So u th F o wler s treet. R o bert Gard ner wr iting fr o m Pas co, Vla !'h., expected to be h o m e in \,V ate d oo, 111. , so meti m e in November. \V . R. E lli s ha s bee n di scharged fr o m mi l itary ser v ice w ith the rank o f 1\1ajor and is b ac k at hi s o ld jo b with Wes tinghou se . B ill is li vi n g at 319 Sw iss va le a ve n ue, Ed gewood , Pa. Lt. R. P. Haviland is n ow located at 3189 Sta fford s t r eet, Fairlingt oll, Va " Capt , R obe r t G. Livings ton ha s return ed to R o ll a afi er sever a l m o nth s ove r seas. B o b is goin g to en ro ll fo r a 1\1aster' s de gree in Civil En g inee ri ng with the semester beginn in g o n J an. 28. Hi s home address is 302 Y\T. 10th st r eet, R o ll a . Ja ck M c Caw is s pending h is vacat ion in Rolla. T-J e ha s been emp loyed fo r the past five yea r s in heavy co n s tructi o n work by DuPont Compan y. I-I e s pen t 22 month s in t he con st ructin g of the atomic bo m b p lant at Richland,\¥ashingto ll. J ack 's h o m e adelres s is 308 W. 9th St., R o ll a. P. J. Moore is n ow in st rumen t eng ineer for the Baro id Sa les Divi sio n of the Nationa l L ead Company in I-Iotl s to n, T ex. I-li s n ew ad dr ess is c/o Baro id , 26 16 P o l, I-I ouston , T ex . Walt Mu ssell is in Co. C 178th Engr. Bn. APO 403, New York, N .Y. vVa l t is in N urnb e rg, Genna n y. Geo"ge E. Mueller g ives his adelress a s RFD No. I , B ox 236, Red B ank, N T Capt'. \,\1111. F. Ob erbeck vis it ed the campu s o n Sept. 27 . Bill wa s \\"eat'in g s ix servi ce s tri pes o n h is s leeve, rep re sent ing 39 mon t hs o versea s, 16 o f which were soen t in A laska in the con S l ruc t io n o f t he Alc~ n I-li ghw ay, a n d 23 in Europe . 'I re is wearing five battle s tar s and the \V ar Dept. U ni t Citation fo r hi s work in Ca n a d a. IJi s home address is 415 Green fie ld drive, St. L o ui s 5, ~1 0 . George 0, Pitts v is it ed the campu s o n O ct. 1-1. Geo rge ha s just been di scharged as Chief Pet iy Offi ce r in the 7\ifaritime Serv ice. ]-Te is vi s iting at hi s ho m e at 'VVarrento n, 1'1'[ 0 . Ca pt. Edga r F. Pohlman n vi s ite d the campu s o n Oct'. I. Ed had ju st rece ived hi s di sc harge from th e a rlll y. Ed is w earin g s ix batt le s tal:s, the Pur p le I-l eart, the S ilver St ar a nd th e Bro n ze Star. J'I e wa s two a nd a half years ove r seas in the i\iTO a nd has recentl)r been s tationed at F on Leo nard \'"ood. I-li s ~l i sc harge is effec ti ve o n D ec. 20. Hi s home address is Bad en Station, R o ut e 3, St. Lou is, "1\1 0 . Lawre nce A, Roe is employed by t h e B atte ll e ~\[ e m o r i a l 'In s t itute and ha s rece ntl y moved into hi s o w n h o m e, 3060 Devo n road, Co lumbu s 8, Ohio. .\l aj. Lero~' E. Smith vi s ited t he ca mpu s o n OCL I 5. Le r o y ha s j u st been di sc harged (1'0 111 the army and is ret urnin g to hi s po s iti o n with [he T o ledo loeli so n Co., T o led o , Ohi o. lI e ha s been ill the arm,' fo r fo ur and a half yea r s a nd overseas thr ee );ea r s, in En g land, Fr ~ ll ce, Be lg iu1l1 a 1l d Gerll1a n y. l-[e is wearing thr ee balt le s tars and t he Bro n ze Star. Kenn et h 'I r. Tu ck ett is tl OW employed by the

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Engineering and D evelupment Compa n y, .i3 ] fer b en O. Ki mme l h a s been d isch arged from \ Ves t J ackso n b o u levard, Ch ica go 4, J II. the ar m y where he h e ld the ra n k o f capta in. H e J[ arry Tus h m an i ~ meta llu rg is t wit h the \\ ' y. has acce p ted a posit ion a s geo p hys icist w ith the m an- G o r don Co ., in \\'o rcester , 1'. f a ss . 11. i5 ho me Caner Oi l Co ., a nd is n ow liv in g a t 1427 So uth address is 93 P enn ave nu e, V: o l'ceste r. Cheye n ne , Tul s a , O k la . Lawr e n ce R . Hinken h as m oved fr om 236 S. L t. (jg) r. J. Ulak retur n ed t o the States a ll d s p e nt a 30-c1ay furl o u gh at home. l I e is II O \\' Spri n g Ave. 1082 4 S. 8th S t., L aGra n ge, TI l. b ac k at C~lIllP E n di cott in R hode I s la n d. ~r aj. J o hn R . Klu g v is ited ihe cam p u s Nov. 1940 7. l oh ll ha s bee n overseas fo r 18 m o n th s and is ll erman J. Andre sen vi si ted the ca mpu s wit h \,'..:;ri ng' fo ur ba ttl e s ta rs for the A r den ne s, h is wife o n Oct. 19 . A ndy, a captain in the 11(.nhe rll "F r a nce . cent ra l E u ro pe, a nd t he R h in eE ngineers Co r ps, ha s been 35 m o nth s ov er sea ~" la1ld. ] Ie al so wears the B ro n ze S ta r with Oak ] Ie wears 3 b attle s t a r s r epre sen ting K waja Jein L e af C lu s ter. 0 11 h is r e tu rn h o m e J oh n fi r st s a w Eniwet o k, 5a ipan a nd Oki nawa. 1 Ie expect s 10 hi:: so n, J oh l1 R o b en J r., w ho was born J a n. 27 , be di scharged d u r in g the fir s t pa r t o f N ove mb er. 194.;, w hi le i\ [ aj. Klu g wa s ove r seas. Iri s ho m e C lay to n \,\ '. Bentley and hi s wi fe v is ited the add r e ss i:, ]30x J 26, Ri ch land , 11 0. call1p u s o n D ec. 19. Cla Ylon is li ving at 174 6 ~r aj . R obe rt J . Klu g is in FIq. , 166 t h Engr. Bry n M awr, Ea s t Cleve la nd , O h io. C U n. , APO 403, c/ o PM , J\e w Y o r k, N.Y. Ed win I L Bo rgma n is n o w w ith the \Y r ight. I l i ~ home addr ess is B ox 126, Ri ch la nd , 11 0. Law re ll ce E. Lamb elet, USN R , o f 102-t 1 forA ero Cor po rat io n, at I>atersoll , N. r. J Capl. \,V E" Buck IS 1I 0W s tat io n ed a t th e re ll ave llu e, R o ll a , 1\10., v is ited t he ca mp u s on \ 3 161h AA FB U, Ma cDtll , F la Dec . 3 1. Law r en ce h a s been over seas for the \ Vood l o w L . Burg ess who IS with the L; S. pa::; t year and wa s r ece n t l y at P ea r l l-L a rb o r ill Enginee rs , ·M o un ta in n o m e, A rk., vi s ited the . } n lc lli ge nce \\"o rk. camp us D ec. 3 1. lI e h a s j us t re tu r ned from "/., 1.1. Co l. \·\ ·al te r P . Leber .is no w wilh the lhrksdale l' ield, L a ., w here he worked 011 I he G ·4 Seci iOIl, 11 q. 'I S FET ( i\1 a ill ), AP O 757, cO II Q r uc t io n o f B "2 9 r un wavs an d apron s. Ne w Y o rk, N . ",~· . Thro ug ho u t t he war in l~ u rope, S id ll ey Caplovitz is a jw iva le ill the L;. S. he wa s wi t h t he E ll g in ee r Sectio n, Ad van ce ecA r m)" and hi s ho m e add ress is 8520 3rd av en u e, lio n C O llllllulli ca t i O Il ~ Zo ne. I-I e say s he did North ]3ergen , N .r. !-.O llle int er es tin g en g in eerin g wo r k s ig ni fica n t 1.1. Car l Jf. Cotteri ll wa s a campu s v is ito r on a m o ng- w h ich was cO ll s tr u ct ing five fixe d bri dge s across Ih e Rh in e, o n e o f t he m in a lit tl e over 6 O c t. 14. Carl wa s 0 11 term in a l lea ve expect in gdi scharge soon and the n is r et u r nin g to hi s d ar~ · \\'a lt e r ha s bee n ove r sea s t hree yea r s an d hn p e~ to be ba ck fo r t he 75th a nni ve r sar y cele· w ife ' s ho m e in Dumas, T ex. I l is address there b ra li o n. is B ox A-303. Ca pt. C lyd e Cow a n has r et u r n ed to the Capt. R o llan d \"T. M c Farland is in 1J q. A Al;' , ~ \ F S , 33 rd nu, 2207 City 11a ll Bld g .. Kan sa s ·U n ited States w ith h is w ife, J3etty, and thei r ~ nl a ll da ug h te r. C lyd e met and married Betty Ci l Y 6, ~I o . J l is ho m e a ddr ess is 228 N . 2:::! nd in Eng la nd . A fr er a vi s it wi th C lyd e ' s pa rellt s ~ \l·eet. Qui n cy, 1.11. in Sr. L o u is, he re ported 10 S~ll\ ta A na, Ca 1. . for ·Fe rd Mac hmer vis ite d the ca m pu s o n Oct. 15. r ed is tri bu ti o n a nd wa s ord e red io \'\ ·righ t F iel d Fenl is li vin g at 2743 K eok u k, St. L o ui s, ~ r o . at D ay to n, O hi o whe re he is wo r kin g in the . Juliu s C. Le sli e r ece iv es h is ma il at R . No . 4, 1 r . Kall ~ a s Cit y J6, 1f o . R ada l" La bo ratory. I-li s addre ss is ] [q . A T SC, T S. E ng. R ad ar, Wri g h t F ield, Dayton , O hio . J o hn S. Markl ey is li v in g at 100 A cadem y Ca p t. B. A. Dennis J r vis it ed the ca m pu s all a 'C Oll e, Pi tts burg h 16, P a, Oct. S. Ca p t. D e nni s ha s b ee n ove r sea s fo r 20 T.1. J oh n \\". Metcalf is ill the n avy over sea s. m Ollth s a nd ha s se r ved fo r five yea r s in the II i:-; a cldre :"s is ~ f oto r P ool Li o n N in e, J\Tavy N o . a r m)', go in g fi r st to E n g la nd and t hen to Ko r th 39 23, FPO Sa n F ran c is co, C a l. Afr ica. J-I e ha s n o w b ee ll di scha r ged a :l (\ hi s Arthur P. Morga n, fo r m erl y wi ih the J3u rea u home ad dr ess is 855 Pi ckw ick , Sp rin g-fie ld, ~[ o . (If ~t ine ~ ill RiA e, Colo., h a s m oved 10 Shatt uck. En s. P a u l T. Dow lin g is 1I 0 W s tat ioned c/ o Ok iah o llia. U.S. N a va l :M a gazi n e, Ban g o r, \,Va s ll. C lare nce E. Palmer is wi lli the Al1l bursen Richa rd J . Followill gives h is hOllle ad d ress E ng in ee rin g Co r p., SOO 1 [ c rill a n Bld g., 204 as 60-t 'V\" est 7t h s treet, R o ll a, l. . [ o . Tra vis str eei . lT o u s to n 2, T ex . T homa s J. Griffeth r es ide s at 32 27 51. ?\[ a r y 's }:ns; . J a ~O Il i\ 1. Patri ck is n o w 0 11 pe r manc n t ave nu e, J-I an nib a l, ?vfo. dUlY wit h t he 96i h N CB , hi s ad dr ess be in g 96t h l 'SNC8, c/o Fr o, Sa n Fra nc isco, Ca l. E n s. A. R. H a ll ex-'40 writes frOI11 the USS Cas inghead Y O-47, FP O Sa il }' r a ncisco, Ca l.. Ca pt. T heod o r e J. Planje rece ive s m a il c/o t hat he is e ngi n eer ing o ffic e r 0 11 a Diese l e lec l ric 1- 1 C. K e itill t:'. 11 3 Ea tes, St. ·Lo ui s, ~ [ o. s hip lI O W s tati o n ed at Yokos uka Navy Yard at Ro be n r' re s to ll Powell w ho has bee n il11pr isoned ill a J apa ne se pr iso n ca mp s in ce the fal l of Y okos u ka K o. T okyo Bay. So far . R ish say s he ha s had o ne pretly good ty phoo n o n the wa)' the P h il ip pi n es ha~ lI O W bee n re lea sed accordi ng ther e which ca ught them 50 mi les o ut o f Tokyo to word received from Capt. R o ber t 5 il havy a nd and whi c h they t r ied to beat in to 'r ok yo B a y. Cap!. Eu ge ne n ort. Bob wa s w ith Capt. S il hav y T hi s; wa s fo ll owed by 3 m o r e after the y had anand Boyt in the la s t pr iso n ca mp ill wh ich they chored in the bay. R is h writes that Ihe J ap!-. were held ill J apa n. B o b ha s re tu rned to the can have their typh OilS, che rr y blossom s and Phi l ippi 1l e ~ w here h e is try in g t.o s trai ,.hten o ut everything else a s fal" as he is concerned as h e is hi.:' fathe r ' ,:.; es tate, h is fa ther alld bro ther hav in g expect ing a discharge o n D ec. 1 and w ill b e been k ill ed by thc J aps d ur iIl g the inva s io n. Capt. "Fra n klin D . Priebe g ive s hi s addre ss a s a c iv ili all again, retu r nin g to 1fS1\1 to completc hi s e(luca t i 11. Co. 1\, 8,;8i h E ng-r. Av n . Bn., APO 627, c/o \'\ ·111. H artman ex"'40 has been h Ol1ora bl)t P\f. New Y o r k. N.Y. di sc harged fr o m th e nav y. ,\ r aj. J oe Raka ska s has recelltl" bee n di s· Edward \\ .. H eiss is' rec eivin g' mail at B ox cha rged fro lll mi li lary ~ e r vicc a n d is'at hi s home 154.1 , S.S. St a., Sp r ingfie ld, 1'.[ 0. at 9 Hedwood ave nu e, P atte r son , K.J. :I l er ben C. Heini cke ha s m oved fr o m S1. Roben P . Ridl ey ha s been di ~c h arg-e d fro m L o ui s to Cleve land, Ohi o, where he is empl oyed Illilitary ~e n' i ce and is at hi ~ home at 45-t6 by the ~\ nhur G. ~(cK ee & Co., work in g a~ a \\ ·3:.h ill g lo n avenue, St. L o uis S, :.\ [ 0. designer. is co mpan y is e ngaged in the reo L . J. R iege v i ~ ited the ca ll1pu !-. o n O ct. 30. buildin g of Dut c h E as t Indian R efi neri e!-. 0 11 L ~' nl1 i:- with the R epublic Steel Corp. in Chiwhi c h work .I l erb ert is empl oyed. H is home cago, his; hOille address bein g- 16-t5 Eas t 85th address i:. -t656 Broad view r oa el, Cleve land 9, O. ....treet. Chicago. 1 11. A. R . H e rzog v is it ed t hc ca mpu s o n O ct. -t. Capt. J a me s Ru sh in g and hi s wifc vi s ited in AI ha!. JU St been di sc harged from the Ilavy R o lla in th ~ midd le o f N ovem be r. Jim had ju s t wh erc he he ld a com m iss ion as lieu tenant, havre turn ed fr o l11 a n umber o f year:- o f ~e r vice ove r~ea:. . 1 fe mad e the la ndings at Algi ers, ]tal y an d in g be en in service s in ce July i, 194 1, ]] e SCl~' ed fi r ~t a s e ng in ecr officcr and later as exec· pa rticipa te d ill th e Normandy campaign a nd the uli ve onlee r 0 11 the USS l\ t l. Bak er, a n al1llll u niCa mpai g n o f no rthern Fra nce. li e wa~ t r anstion sh ip o n which he sa w dULY fo r 44 month s" ferred to Ihe P ac ifi c via the l J. a nd f{J ught Il is exper ien cc was in the Atlantic theater, the thr0 ug h the Okinawa campaig n, be in g one of l\f edi terra nean thealer and Pa c ific theater. .AI is the few Am er ica ll office r s to serve in bo t h theavi ::.iti ng fo r awhi le at hi s home in te.Gencvieve, ter:., J illl returned to the StalCs o n O ct. R and is 1\10., a nd wi ll thell r et urn to his o ld job with the 1I0W o n termi ll a l leave. j l e is wearing' s ix batt le American re SO ling 0., in L o ui ~v ill e, K~· . sta rs a nd the Bro nze ' tar :M eclal for se rvice C(ln -

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where he se r ved as ass is tant E ll incerin g Officer Carl T. K ind is aviatio n radio tech ni c ia n a t uIlIil J a nu ary of 1943 when he wa s tr a ns ferr ed the R ece iving Stat io n 314 9, FPO. San Fran ci sto San P ed ro, CaL, to await the co mmi ss io nin g CO, Ca l. I~Iis ho m e is in \ Vanentol1, 110. o f the USS Cren shaw on which he has served to Ne lson A. K oerner li ves at 3549 V ictor street, the prescllt date. ,","hi le o n the ]..(cFarJalld, t he Sf. Loui s 4, 1\ [ 0. ship wa s awarded the Pre s id ential U nit Cit at ion Lt. Karl E. K r ill g iv es his home addre ss a s 23 S. Taylor aven u e, St. Louis 8, 11 0. fo r outs tanding perfor man ce in acti o n wh ile on ~ pecial mi ssio n s in the So lo mon Ts land s area K e ll Kyle is with Burn s & ~1 cDoll ll e ll E ll gi. neerin r Co., at t07 \"' e st Linwood Blvd., Kand urill g A ug u st, Septe mbet', October, 1942. T he USS Crenshaw ha s ma n y of the late s t des ig n s in sa s City 2, ],,1 0. Ken is livin g a t 420 1 L ocu st s treet, Kan sas C ity 4, n10. _ ?\farine e ngineeri n g incorpo r ated within the . planl. tIi s home address is 3802 St . Ann 's lane, J os eph L . Lessman, formerly with Fort Pit Nor mandy, 1{o. Steel Ca sting Co mpany at ~1 c Ke e s port, Pa., is Andrew Coc h ra n and ]"1rs. Coch ra n a nn Oun ce now with Amer ica n Steel Ca s ting Co., Newark, ,he binh of a baby g irl , Elizabeth Allll , born to Tfe liv es at 65 South Ot'a to n P a rkwa y, them on Oct. 22, 1945. And y is with the Phillips Eas t Orange, N.J.,where he sho u ld be addressed. Peu'o le urn Compa n y, 107 N. 13t h s treet, Kan sa s R o ben II. Meyer v is ited the campus on Oct. Ci ty, ~1o. T hey are livin g at 370 1 Wood aven u e. 29. B o b has been di scha r ged fr om militar y serRobert G. Co uch is in the armv with the ice and W2 S enroute to hi s ho m e at RFD 2, Quartermas ter B oard at Camp L ee, \ l a. Box 56i , Concord, Cal. D o na ld G. Creceli us wa s a ca m pus vis itor o n l l ar o ld J. Ni cho las is planning to do g r adO Cl. 11. Don ha s been working in Oak Rid ge, uat e wo r k at St. Lo u is U nivers it y Schoo l of T enn ., s in ce Feb., 1944 with the Union Carbide Medicine in the ci epart 111 ellt of b iochemistry. and Carbo n Com pa n y working on the Atomic A. lJ e nr y N ickerson receives hi s mail at P.O. B o mb a nd in conn ect io n with hi s wo rk he had B o x 5, Sa n; o set road, Ea s tham, 1\f a ss. fr equen t COntact with Dr. T ho ma s Da y, for m er Geo rge ~L Pace receives hi s m ail at N o. -4 teacher in the chel11i s Lr Y department o n the Pi er avenue, Box 407, c/ o 1\1rs. R ober t B oice, ca mpu s. D on is livin g a t 102 Boone] fa ll, Oak fl er mosa J3 each, Ca l. Ridge, Tenn. V Lt. (jg) Anthony C. P aut ler, who se home adLt. Robert S. D orsey wa s recen tl y di scharged '\cit'ess is 403 S. Oak stre et, Union, ni o., advi ses at Scott Field, 111., after s pen din g fo ur year s in that hi s new military address is VPB 133, c/ o the Army Air Force. 1-1 is home address is 203 [-'PO, Sa n Fra n c isco, Cal. \\l illiam nL Puetz who has been in the Army E. Park s treet, Broo kfie ld, n10. Pfc. Paul S. Elliott is no w wil h Co . A, 342 for the pa s t sever a l year s is back home in Linn, fn f. , APO 450, Sa n Franci sco, Cal. Pau l wa s '\[i sso uri. fo rme rl y with the 86t h Inf. D iv. in Europe. '!v Ell S. Frank Rogers v is it ed the ca mpu s on John \.v. Gard ne r ha s m oved to 84 1 1:::. :M oun ·'sepi. 26. Frank is leavi ng for Oahu , I-Ia waii, lai n street, Pa sade na 6, Cal. where h e will be s tatio ned fo r som e ti me in the Ed \\-a l'd C. Farrell gives 2 17 Clat'dy avenue, future. ] [i s addre ss is Navy No. 66, FPO San ~\ f a l ve nl, Ark., a s hi s home ad dress. }-[i s bu s iFranci sco, Cal. ness add ress is P.O. Box 358, :M aiverll, Ark. R o lf Ro ley is living and work ing in StaulIR o bert E. F ields has been discharged from lo n, Ill. lhe a rmy and is now with The Atlantic Refinin g l\l ik e Scher iff ha s returned from So uth AmerCo ., in Dalla s, T ex. lli s home address is 2525 ica and is now visiti ng at th e home of hi s mother, Lim es to ne p lace, Da ll a s 11, T ex. .\ 'frs. C. Scharanll s ki, 2834 ~1ichigall av en ue, ·M aj. Armin F. F ick wa s l'ecenli y awarded St. Loui s, ],,1:0. '" the Dt'o n ze Star -for meritot'i o u s service in conE. C. Sell is with the Olin Indu st ri es at T anecti o n with military o pe rat io ns from Sept . 13, coma, \ ·\ 'a s h., hi s home address being 605 South 1944 to !\1ayo8, 1945. As Com manding Officer, Pin e str eet, Tacom a 6, Wa sh. 17i 6t h Eng-ineer General Se r vice Company, he ]..[ aj. R o bert nf. Sexto n ha s returned to the e mployed h is co mpany in furni s hing engineering / States frc:m ov.er s eas and is no w ~i vi n !?, at l.li s home at .)20 \.\ es t gate avenue, UTIlverslty City services for the 12th Arm y Group headquarters. r rebu il t and maintained the air str ip at each of 5, ~\f o. Dob ha s spent 35 m o nth s oversea s. the var io u s loca tion s of the headquarte r s o n the , I Fl ?y d P. Sm ith and lHrs. Smith announce Co n ti nell t. ll e is no w stat io ned with the 6800th 'XJ he bIrth of a d a ugh ter, Sue Ellen, born Nov. 18, Engi n ee r s in \<\,i esbaden, Germany, APO 757. 1945 at the \\'a ynes ville ITos pital, Vla ynes ville, New Y o rk, N.Y. Ili s home add r ess is 440 6 '\[i ssouri . C larence ave nue, St. Lou is, !\{ o. Lt. l-Iat'vey C. Steve ns, whose home addre ss I Fred \ 'V. Finl ey is w ith Fra n k Ilo ri on Comis 710 S. Ohio, Sedalia, ~I o., give s the fo ll ow ill g military address : 49 B o mb Sqdn., 2nd B o mb 11any at Lamar, ~{ o . , do in g electrica l en g ineerin g co n s ulting wo rk specializin g largel? in the Gp. , APO 534, c/o P1\1, New York, N.Y. REA . .Allan J. Summer s wa s a r ecen t campu s vi s itor. ~ lVfaj .. Alden G . . Hacker who h~s been in the Allan ha s beell over seas for two year s, in EngArmy s lllce 194 1 I S now o n term in a l leave. I-Ie la nd o ne year and into Fra nce o n ])-D ay wher e vi s ited ~[ S ~f Dec. 7. }lis present address is he remai ned o ne yea r. I-I e is wearing two battle 4527a I-J a rri s, St. Loui s, ~ofo. Stars and the In vas io n ATTo whead. Allan was a sClyde K. Ha nye n is no w a r ad io tech ni c ian . ~ i s ta nt por t engilleer o f the I I th nofajor P o rt in TIi s a ddr ess is 1629 16th s tree t N. \V., \Va shingEn gla nd a nd in France. lI e o perat ed the Bri s to l t Oil, D.C. Channe l P o rt s in Engla nd fo r one yea r and the L l. J ame s Y. Heddle is s tat ioned at the Pa n o f R owell in Fra nce. Between the se t\\'o o perati o ns he ser ved in the Omaha B each Comy 'M CA, Phil adelph ia, Pa., a nd is expect in g di scha r ge. manei. Capt. Edward F. Holla nd vis ited th e ca ll1pu s R oben L. Topper vi s it ed the campu s o n N ov. o n Nov. 2. Ed went overs ea s ill ~ [ arch. 19-t2, 26. B o b is no w living at 4409 F lo ra avenu e, Kan s <l :'i Ci t~· . ~f o. a long with Ken K yle '4 1. Th ey la nded at T o wn sv il le, Au s u'a lia, (l'nd went ft:o l11 there 10 Port J-rer be n A. V olz wriies from Okinawa that ~1 0 r e s by, th en LO Lae, Natzab a nd Fin schhaven. he is thinking o f returning to sc ho o l for grad. Ed is wearing three battle s tars and the Pres iuate wo r k after h is di scha rge. l-Iet'b is a co rdential U nit Cita ti on. ITe ca me back to the pond in the ~\la r ill e Corp s and hi s home address S tates in April, 1944, r eponing to a hos pit·al fo r is 4800 Rh odes avenue, SI". L o ui s 16, j\.( o. "" ma laria tr;at l1l enl s,. t hen \~' ent to. the New Yor.k V L t. R ay E. V augI: n is I~ O W located .at 4009 P o rt of Embarka ti o n. SlIlce di scharge, he ]s ' L o ngfellow s treet , l l yall s vdle, ~Id . I-li S ho me Con s tru cti o n Supe rint endent with the l Tenry is i1l D aw lI , ~f o. Pe r kinson Con s tru ct io n Co., 132 E. D o ug la s St., Capt. Ch r is W atten b arge r ha s been d isS I. L o u is, ~I o. I-Ti s m a iling add ress for the pres c harged fr o m the a rmy and is now emp loyed by e nl is 20 1 Elm stree t, R o lla, )[0. Fra nk I fon o n, con s ult-in g engi n ee r s, a t L a mar, H en ry J ames is empl o yed by ihe Ral s ton .\ri s~o uri. Purilla Co. in the engineering d ept. loTi ::; ad dr e ss Ri cha rd W eaver ha s been o n Okinawa for t he is 523i Cate s ave nu e, St. L o ui s, 1[0 . pa Sl six Ill o nth s. Capt. J ames P. K a tz is at the home o f h is J os eph G. Win k is w ith the chemical prod uct s J1ar~ nt s ~\[r. a nd ~l r s . lfo \\'ard Kat z, at 601 department, P hi llips P etroleum Co., Bartl es ville, Okla. \,\ 'es t 11 th s treer, R o ll a, o n ter minal leave from the 15th i\rm y Air Force after serving 19 1942 111 0n th s in ] taly. J oh n C. Alle n is now livin g at L ew is ton,

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N. Y. J o h n writ e s selldin g a s ub sta nti a l co ntri bUii o ll to the J o h n Rayl 'M em o rial fun d and ex pt'e ssed the ho pe that thi s fund wo uld hel p some s tude nt s a s mllch a s the J ackling Fund helped him. J o hn ha s ju st been di s charged fr o m mil itar y s erv ice and wriles that he expect s to r e turn to sch oo l at R o ll a fo r the s eco nd sem es te r if a ll g-oes we ll. John C. Aus tin is with the Al umillu lll Co. o f Amer ica a nd is living at 12..J. Li ber ty ave n ue, i\ifass ena, -N .Y. Lt. (jg) G. \ V. Axmacher g ives hi s address as USS Se lin al-, AKA41 , c/ o FPO San F r anc isco, Cal., and wt·ites the fo ll o wi ng: " 1"h e Jun e-Jul y Alulllnu s reached m e a few day s ago while we were ill Sa ipa n. It sure wa s a we lco med bit of read in g . At the pre sen t we a re in Japa ne se hOllle waler s after bri ngin g in so me occupati o n tr oops. r have hopes o f go in g d ow n to Naga saki to ju s t see what the ato mi c bo mb d id. \'\ : e are anch o red no t 100 far away fro m the ir Sas ebo Nava l Ba se. I am s t ill a ssist a n t ell gi n eel' ab oard thi s s hip. Th e duty is n' t bad, but we all are mighty anx io u s to get back ho me and get s tarted again. nfaybe I am OPtimi s t ic, but I ki nd o ( figur e o n att endin g the next St. Pat ' s," Lt. (jg) Tlarry A. Bagley Jr. is li ving al 3 10 E. \\ 'a s hingro n avenue J nih . Ve rn o n , \Va sll. ),iark \ \T. Beard a dvi st:s tha r hi s address is . J. 65 F oo te ave nu e, \'V eb ste r Gro ves, ],,10. Capt. Hobert ~1. Brackb ill is stati o ned at R o me Army Air Fi e ld , R o m e, N .J.'~ . lI e expect s to be di scharged sometime in K o vember. Everett J. B irch is a t the Darwin ~rine s of the In ternati o nal Sl1le lt in g & Refining Co. at Darwin, Cal. J o hn E. Bri nkma n n is serv in g in th e a rmy a ss ig ned t o a S mi th son ian fn st itute proj ect working on the equipm ent o f a So lar Radia t ion Ob s ervati on s tat io n. John' S home address is 21 05 Korth 28 th street, n1ilwaukee S, \Vi s. E ns. Ralph Brouk is s tati o ned in \\' a sh ington, D.C. I-Ie re s ides at 1426 2 1st st r eet, N .V/ ., \,Va s hingtol1 , D.C. II. \'\ -. Bruesc h ke is li vi ng at 531 \\-a shington place, Ea st St. Loui s, 11 1. Harold B. B ute is e mplo yed by the Harbi· son- Walker R ef rac tor ies Co., a nd is li vin g at 4206 Baning avenue, East Chi cago, Ind. Hugh M. Clark is livin g at 32 l Oakley la ne, Kirkwood 22, n10 . Lt. R. !. Cu nningham, USN R , vi s ited the campu s on Nov. 6. Di ck wa s o n te r m inal fr o m the navy and will be di scharged effective J an . 9. }[e went oversea s in nfarch 1943. g o ing into ~To rrh Africa. I-Ie was with the in va s io n of Sicil y and Sa le r no Beach and then wellt to Engla nd a nd part ic ipated ill the inva sio n of No rmandy, going ill on D-Day. I-Ie is wearing fo ur battle stars. Dick wa s married Jul y i , 19..J.5, to 1'. [i ss Doro thy Agnes Davis at \Vinnelll ac, Ind. Hi s presel1t addre ss is 5266 i\1aple aven ue, St. L o ui s, Mo. L t. \Valte r E. Doell ing writes th at hi s pre sent military address is 838th Engr. AV Il. Bn ., AP O 52S, NYC . Hi s home addres s is 3827 Oakridge, N o rmandy, n1 0. R o bert S . Dorsey ha s pUT'cha sed the Patrick I n s uran ce Age ncy in Brookfield, 1'.10. , a nd is n ow doing bu s ine ss for him self. T-li s addre ss is 224 So uth i\fa in s treet, Brookfield. Capt. Brand o n L. Ebeling gives hi s addres s as i l 4 J ack so n st r eet, Sr. Chade s, ],,10 . Brand on wro te Dean \,\ ' il so n rece n t ly s endin g a co ntribu tion to the cla ss of ' 42 n1em o rial sch o la r ship fund. \ ,V illiam Ei s ma n is a se rgea n t ill t he Army with Battery B, 2 F A, Ob s n_ Bn. APO 75 8, c/ o P~f, New Yo rk, N .Y. Bill has sent a s ub s tantial co ntribution to th e cla ss o f '42 i\fe1ll0rial fund . . Roy !\f. Fer ri s is wo rkin g fo r the 1\Ia :rn o lia Petro le um Co ., in Beaum ont, Tex . J-li s address is P .O. Box 668. Lt. (jg) Me lvi n C. Flint is with the Nava l R esea r c h Laboratory in \V a s hingto11, D.C. ] r is home is 13 Da llbut· y s treet S. 'Ai., Apt., \\Oa s hi ng_ t011 , D.C. Lt. Jam es 1 L Fox is bein g di sc har ged fr o m the Arnn' and is now at the ho m e of hi s ",ife in Rolla, ~io . IJ is ho m e adclI·ess is Box 54 2, R o ll a . A nth o n v F. Go ns ki is o n t ermi n al leave fl'om th e ar111~r .· H is present home addre ss is 1]20 J ack so n s treet, Camden, N.J,

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Ca p t. Gilbe r t C. Haas is w ith the 3 1S1h Engr. C(Hll bal Bn. , APO 93, c/ o Pi\ f , San Fra nc isco . Cal. Gi lbert' s ho m e address is Ro u te 1, R o ll a , 1\1 0 . Gilbe rt writes thaI h e ha ~ received til e A lulllllll s r eg ul ar ly alld that e ach issu e ha s prov e ll more int c l" Cs t in g than t he previou s OIl C a s it w a :-; the o nl y way he had o f know in g wha t w a s go in g o n w-ith t'h e la r ge numb e r o f hi s ma n y fri e nd s h e m et wh il e attending Ivl SJvL " r' 111 s ur e th a t a ll tho se wh o h a ve re ce iv ed r ece nt i ~s u e s of t h e A lumnu s r ea li ze, a s I cl o, the impo r ta llce o f a !' t r o n g" alld act ive Al u mni A ssoc iati o n , n o t o nl y for the b etterm e nt of M Si.\f but fo r th e adva n t a ge:- to each indi v id u al a lulTlllu s_" Gi lbert h o pe s t o retul-n t o th e States in the n ear futur e. l Ie !la , Illet Capt. L e ~ li e P <l),ne '40 wh il e s tat io ned at Zambo ang-a_ Capt. B a il ey \,\ ' . Hag ar is with th e 682-l 1 r & '1J" q. C iv il Affairs Co. , APO 77 7, c / o P1\f , New Y ork, N. "Y . ] t is h o me <lddress is 2-l 22 "lT ope , I l a lllliba l, ),1 0. En :; . Eugene E. Hamm e x, '4 2 is s ti ll in the Na vy . hi s ad dre ss being N a vy N o . 9 J 8 , B o x C, c/ (t Fl)O New \ -o rk , N. Y. -Eu ge n e writes tha t he is pl a nnin g t o res unl e hi s s tud ies at' 1\l S1\ [ fo l! o w in l; di scha r ge , TJ" u gl! Harn e.s s ) r. i, li ving at 645 N . .i6th / s t ree l, E'.. St. L o ui s, "Ill. I I ugh is with th e \ A lulllinunl Ore Com pa n y. Capt. Ph ili p J. H e ndri cks is \\'ith the 2826 E,ll g in eer C Bn., APO 403 , c/ o P )'f, 'New Y o r k , N. Y . Ph il writes s e ndi n g h is cOJ1 t r ilJllli o ll to t h ~ c la ss o f '-l 2 ]\i em o l-ia l fund. Capt. Th o ma s A. Hu ghes i:-. 1I 0 W wiih the 2233 rd E n gr. Co n s t. Servo S ec t., A P O 244, c/ o P OS tllla s ter. San Fra n ci sco , Cal. Th o ma s is a t pre se nt wo r k in g a s under s t u dy t o the Adl11ini ~ ­ nati ve Chief in the Offi ce o f the Eng ill eet·, ·11 eacl qu aner s, \o\' e s t e rn P ac ifi c Ba ::;e, COlll mand. li e s a ys h e ~ a w Dick \·' ·h eat a t EniwelOk Ts la nd. Car l J oh n k h a s b ee n di scharged fro m the Navy a nd ha s re turned t o th e faculty o f i\'[ S ~\I. li e is li v in g at 90S i\1ain s treet in R-b ll a, i\[ o . J oseph T. K arbosky is li \' in" at 108 E . 8 th s t r eet, Coffeyvi ll e, K an. Fred Ki sslin ge r is n o w li vin g at 440 Riddl e road, C incinnati 20, Ohi o . v\ ' e lby 11. Ki n g is living at 53 87 P e r shing av e nu e, SI. L o ui s, 1\1 0 ., b ein g co n n ected wi th Le w in ·M etal s C o !"!)., i\ l o n s a nt , :I II. \·V elby and h i:-- w ife are !)ar ell ts o f a n e w dau g hter, Del o re s Lu c ille, b o r n June 5. \ , Paul " ' . Kl oeris Jr. ha s m o ved fro m SI. L o ui s Y a nd is 1I 0 W li vin g ~ t ,)06 N. Elmw ood , \'\ -a uk egall . 111. I l aro id A . Kreu ge r is li vin g- al 141 8 Cleveland, B ax ter Springs , Kan. \1\ ' . J . Lawl er ha s le ft New K e ll s ing-lO n , P a., alld is 11 0 W r esid ing at C e n . .P utn am ·'nll , Nor walk, C o n n . II y m ;11"1 L egge tt is re searc h che llli ~ t with Bell a nd n o we ll Co ., Chicago, '111 ., a n d li ves ::lt 38 31 N . }'relll Ol1t ave n u e. in Chi ca go . G. R. L eland is with th e \·Ve llin g l0 n E x pl o t'a li o n s . 1.tcl. , Edifici o T o bo n, i\f ed e llin , C o lo m bia , S . A. G eo rg e wri t es se ndi n g a s ub s t a ntial con t r ibuti o n t o th e c la s s of '42 l\ f e lll o r ial fun d. No rmall R_ Loes in g v is it ed t h e ca m pu s 0 11 N ov . 29 . N o r m a n ha s bee n a ll E n s ig n in t h e n a vy and wear s tw o battl e s tars, o n e fo r \" ak e 'I s la nd a n d Ihe h o m e is land s trike again s t Japan. . -o rman was fl y in g planes fro m th e d ec k o f th e 'Lex ington and wa s o ve r T o k yo q ui t e o ft e n. I Te ex pec ts t o be di sc harg ed ab o ui t h e lir st o f th e veal'. . Ve rn o n Loesing vis it ed th e C~Il11pU S 0 11 S e pt. 28 . Ven101l had b ee n 20 m o nth s o ver sea s, havingle ft the State s o n New ·).-ea r' s Eve in 194 3 a nd re turned Aug. 29, 1945. Ve rn o n la nd ed at Ca s ablanca in TtaJy in Januar y, 1944 and fr om there we nt ill to the vic ini ty o f Ora ll ill A lg e ria, where h e saw Capt. A rthur D e nni s Jr. ' 40. L eavingOran ill "M a rch, 1944, Vern o n weill to Napl es , ] t a ly , a nd wellt at o n c e int o cO lllbat. Th e re h e

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saw Capt. Ja c k \o\/ itt ' 42 and Ca pt. Kenn e th Sch o wa lt e r '4 2. J ac k wa s C0 111pan y Com mand er o f a balla lio ll that wa s :-; upp o rtin g the u n it Verll (J Il wa s ill ane! K e n wa s ill c.lll adjoining battalio n. 1.11 JUII C o f 19-14 , h e m et Ll. D Oll Falking"ham '4 1 ill H. o lll e a n d h e saw C apt. E d P o hlmanll ' 39 in i.\ t ay o f 1944 ill so u the rn Ttal y . ] Ie a lso saw i\ l aj. \'\ -111. Pu ctz '4 1, so u th o f Fl o r ence in _\u g u s l, 1944, alld C ap,- Sid Btll-be rr y ' 42 in Fl o re n ce ill J a nu ary of 1945 and ag ain in Jul y (I f 194.1. Capt. Pre s ley Pau l '4 2 and Capt. Paul Kl n e ri :-; '-1-2 were ill the satlle bauali o ll w ith Ve r li o n. Pres ley wa s wo und ed ill th e R o m e-A rn o cCltllpaig-1I by a land min e. Ve rn o n saw Presle y ag-aill ill L eg h o rn, Jt ~d y and h e ~lI so , in hi s t rave ls , l11 et j\oLaj , ·ll e rb e rt C. W o lf '38 so uth o f Fl o r ence. Ital \'. Ver n o n' s h o m e ad dr ess is R.n. 10, B (fx ' S6i, F e rg u :;o l1 , i\1o. Dani e l C, M cLea n h a s m o ved fr o m ·M ead vill e, PaT to B e t ha n )'. W e s t Va., B ox 201. C lare n ce L. M e rr ell writes fr o m BOQ, USN AS, Ottl1l11W<lf l o wa, indi ca tin g th at h e is ex pecti ll g' a di sc har ge fr n lll th e Navy in the 11 0t t O O di s tant futur e. l ~ t L!. P a u l C. N e lso n v is ited t h e ca ll1pu s 0 11 Nov. 2 . .Pa ul is being di sc ha rged fr o m mi li tary s ervice a n d wi ll b e at hi s h ome addr e ss, 4217 " 'ashill gto n B lvd., S I. L o ui s, 1\f o . lI e has been overse a s s in ce J a il . J 943, when he went t o New C aled o ni a, thell t o Ih e Ru ssell I s land s a ll d G u adalc<lna 1. 1 [ e wa s c n g a ged in radi o co ml11UJ1ication s work. Tri s di sc hat-ge wi ll b e effect ive Feb . .=;, a lt h o ug-h he is OJI terminal leave at thi s ti lll e. Jalll es H... N e vin is li ving at the J3riganl in e Jim is in th e U . S. N aval 'H ote l, 'Bri g antin e, Air Corps. l i e w r o t e D ea n \ Vil so n sending hi s co ntributi o n t o ih e 'M e m o ri a l Fund for th e llle t11ber s o f the c la ss o f '4 2, wh o gave their live s i: 1 militar y s e r v ice and pledged h is coo perat io n in makin g th e fU 11 d a su cces s, L!. (jg) Da v id \o\i. Owen s is now o n the U SS Xe wc o l11 b DD 586, l ' PO Sa n Fra n c isco, Cal. 1..1. ( jg) K. A. Ro ff mann is now living- at Apt. 2 A, 4i0 2 Nich o ls avenue S. \ o\' ., \·V a s h in g t Oll 20, D. C. K e nn y is work in g ill the navy yard s ill \·\"a shi ll g t OII. 1st 1.1. 13i o n D . Pew itt is w ith the S ig nal Co rp s at 1l ead quart e r s, 59t h Air D e p ot Gro up , K e lh· Fi e ld , T ex . LL J. A. Preistly vi:-;ited in R o ll a early in l\ove lllb el'. 1 re is stat io ned a t S io ux C it y, la. \, "E ll S . .Ri c hard S . Radcliffe is w ith th e Ai r VTran sp on COlll man d 0 11 Kwaja leia n I s land al p re s e n t. II i5 mai li n g" addr e ss is VPB 109, FPO Sa il "Ft'all cisco, Ca l. Li. l l ar o ld Rueff ex- '42 g ive s h is home ad4 dre ~s a ~ 5863 'M a pl e av e nu e, SI. L o u is, i\{ o . L t. ( jg) J oh ll A. Schwa ig i, 1I 0 W 0 11 t he USS At he ll e, AKA 22 c/ o FPO Sail F r allc isco, Ca l. J oh ll i!"i living- at 50 27 ·M in e r va avenue, St. L o ui s 13, 1\J issouri . Capt. K. A. Schowalter gives h is ad dress a s C \\·S , T S FET ( Maill ), APO 757, c/ o PM , Xew \ -o rk , Ca l'! F. Schwab Jr . is w ith th e Sch lu m b e rger " 'el l Survey in g Corp. in B ea ul1l o n t, T ex., h is h0 1l 1 e addr ess b e in g I S6i G lady s, B ea um o n t. K en n et h Sherma n is b a ck fr o 111 t h e A leut ia n s and ha :-; bee n ill th c Lambe rt Fi e ld I To spital for an a pl. e llri ec t(lIl1 Y. En :-;. A. 'T . S ind el Jr. gives hi s a ddr e ss <l S 93 KC B, c / o 'FPO Sa il :F'r ,Hl ci sco, Cal. T-l is home addr ess is 4 144 P a sco, Ka n sa s Ci ty 4,1\10 . Lt. 'I l arry n. S mi t h is li vi n g at 4743 Lee Blvd .. Ariillf.:-t o n, Va . whi le in se r v ice. I1i s h o me a ddress is 109 S. l l ig-hland Av e., B a ltim o r e . i\1d . D. R. Str eh la u is li vi n g' at 7431 N. S ee le y av e nu e, Chica,l("o 4 5, III. En s . Ro ben 1".. Stowell g ives hi s addr es s a s CB ML' 573, VP O Sail Frall c i,co, Ca l. Capt. O. 1 1". Ta ylor is 1I 0W with t he 135 0 \AF He. APO 627, New Y OI·k, N .Y. \ T Cap!. [{ o b e rt Van N ost rand is s till in militar y ' e n , ice and give s hi s addre ss a s 3 138 S igna J Se rvi ce Co mpan y, A P O 88 i, N e w "Yo r k City. Lt. C e li e J\ I . V eale i, 0 11 the USS Pipefi sh ( SS 38 8 ), c / o Fl'O, Sa il Frall c isco, Cal. E d win C. V o gelg esa n g ha s b ee n ove r sea s fo r a nUlllb er o f 111 0 11 1h s . ·11 e is a t pr ese nt in ~\ r a nil a , P. I . De ll C. Wad e i:-; li vin g at 1-1- 46 S . Baltim o re, Tul , " S. Ok la. B e ll E. Wcidl e htl :;; acce pt ed em pl o yme nt w ith

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Lt. J oe Adam s vi s it ed th e ca ll1] !u s o n Dec. 28. J oe i s s ti ll ill military serv ice but h o p es LO be di sc h a r,l(" ed in th e n ea r future. U p o n di sc har ge he w ill take up hi s p o s iti o n a s Sa les E n g inee r with the Bu s ch-Se lze r Bros . D ies e l E n g in e Co. , 211d a n d Utah s tr ee t s, S t. L o ui s, 1\1 0 . Cp l. Ila ro id E. Amli is s tationed at Wright V·i e ld, Da y tO il, Ohio. I-Ie is livin g at 106 Riv er B end drive, Da y toTl. Ha ro ld wr ites tha t he is h o pi l1 g to be a c ivili an in the n Ot too di stant futu re, 15t Lt. \·' -ill ialll And erso n is w ith CO. A. 33 rd Engill ee r Train i ng Bn. at F o r t Leo n a rd \N ood, ·~ 1 0 . B ill v is ited the campu s o n Dec. I j. Ire is j u st home from the Phi lipp in es wh ere h e wen t in O c t o ber 1944, a nd is wea rin g the Phi li ppines' Libe rat io n ribb o n. On hi s r et urn home, Bill saw fo r th e fir s t time hi s n ew so n Paul C lark A n derSO li \\'11(') was b o rn whil e he wa s o vers ea s . Bi ll ' s wif e a n d fallli ly ar e n o w livi n g at S il ve r Spri ng s, ·!\ l arv la llc1. E'will II . Bar n e tt wri t es that h is pre se nt addr ess is Navy 3233, c/ o FP O, Sa n Fra n ci sco. I I is rating- i s n o w RT '2/c, Lt. J os eph P. Bern dt Jr. v is it ed th e ca mpu s 0 n O c t. 30. Toe was o n terminal leave fr 0 111 th e army and is 'staying at the h o m e of hi s parent s , 69 -1-3 Idah o avenue, St. L o u is. J[ e ha s b ee n 19 m o nth :; o versea s going in t o Fran ce o n Jul y I . l i e wears four batt le s ta r s, t he Bronze S tar a nd th e Pre s id e nti a l U nit Citatio n. 1 J" e a lso wears the Purpl e "I l ean a s the r es ult o f wo und s re ceived whe n a r oad g rad e r he wa s dri v in,l(" rail Olv e r a Ge rma n m ine, exploding- il beneath th e fr Ollt wheel. J oe worked with C apt. S herald I I e ll e g-ha ll '-13 a n d Li. C laren ce L a l1lbe let '43 . .lI e also v is ited with Lt. K e n i\10o ney '43 , Ll. 'Eno s K ey '43, Lt. G eo rge \"- agner ex-'44 , Ca pt. Bailey II a p tr '4 2 and ~Maj . Ver n o n Loes in g '4 2, at var iou :-; time s whi le in milit a n - s e rvi ce in Fra uc e an d Ge rman v . Alb e n DeValve 'w rite s fr o m Cri m o r a, Va., whe re h e is n o w in s lI-ulll e ll t man wi th the Engin eerill,l!" Depan m e n t, Co n s tructi o n Div isio n o f E. I. DuPo nt de ,,- em o u r s and Co m pa n y, "In c. I Ie is h e lpill g- lay o ut a large additi o n t o t hei r " -ayn e:-; b o ro ray o n p la n t. Alben write s, "Th o ugh J g r ad uat ed in 1943, 1 e nc1 ()~ e a cO IHr ibu tiO Il to the J oh n \Vhi tc ig Ray l 1\1 e ll lO rial fund, s in ce T wo uld h ave g rad mocd w ith h im had I co m p le t ed my co ur ses acco rding' 10 sc hedu le. I e n te red sch oo l with him a nd "~ 1 e lvin U III-ich and kn e w b oth o f them w e ll alld wa s mu ch g ri eved t o lea rn o f their d ea th s." 1\ 1aj, Ralp h El se a is n o w rec e ivin g nIHil at Ge ll eral De!ivery, TUI"Il\vater, \'\ 'a sll. Ll. (jg) Ja ck E. Fl eisc hli is as sig n ed to a mi n es weeper. J ack wril es tha t he ha s bee n ill the middl e o f a big job, that of s weeping Ihe Illany mag n e t ic mi n es la id b y o ur su pe rfon 5 d u r illg t h e war, and tho se la id b~t the Ja ps ;15 d e fc n!' ive m ea s ur es. Thi s operatio n ha s take n h im all al o n g the coa st o f J apa n a nd F o rmo sa, ;\IId he ha s seen ma n y int e r es t in g p laces , including- I l iros hima a nd Naga saki after th e ir de s tru ct io ll. J ack h o pes t o retu rn to the States ill the s pr iJl t:" bUI umil thell hi s address is USS Str ive A l\l II i , FPO , Sa n Francisco, Cal. PVI. ! l ar o ld \ , '. Fl ood wh o ha s been with the "Ni ca ro N ic ke l Co m pany for the pa st two years, i!'i n ow in mi li tary se rvi ce. J-I" is address is : ASN 3782 1676 , Co.·U, 1st RegL, ASFTC, Ab er, d ce n Pr nvi ll g G ro ulId, l\1d. Mar y n. J oy nt , wife o f Kent l ct h R. J oy nt wril es te llin g K e nn eth is o ver sea s with the Nav\' and that hi s h o m e address is 270 S o uth HriJl·lb all . SI. P a ul , ·J\{inn. \\ 1. K. Main is no w wit h t he She ll Oi l Co.,

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1st Lt. Kenne th II. Mooney is in Schwetzinge n, Germany. Ken writes that he had j u s t finished re adi n g the Augu s t-September iss ue of the AIUIl1IlU S from cover to cover and the pans a bo ut hi s ~MS1-.r fr iend s al' e of part ic ul ar interest to him. At pre sent he is with a un it o f the 7t h Army with Lt. En os Key ' . U, L t . Clarence Lalll belet '43 a n d Sgt. Geo. Mi ll er ex-'46, n ea rby and they see each o iher ofren. l -Ie a lso saw Capt. IIo ward Durh am '43 la s t June in Sa lzb ur g, Au stria, and J oe B erndt '43 b efc re he left fo r t he U n it ed State s. Ken 's home add ress is 4 111w R ossa lie street, St . Loui s, 1\'1 0. Lt. Ambro se E, Pritchard is in Calcutta, Indi a, his addre ss being 1304 AAF BU ATC, c/o PN1 , New York, N,'{. J. V . Bol a nd Jr. vis ited the campus o n Oct. 1. J o hnny was represe n ting the B o la nd Co n strucrio ll Co . in co nnecti on wit h the bid o n the propo ~ed new power p la n t at 1\1 S11. l1i s h o me a ddress is 27 15 Dalto n ave nu e, St. L o ui s, 1\,1 0. En s. R o be r t F . Brun s vi s ited the campus on SI p. I-t. I-li s h o m e address is 4879 San Franci s . co, St. L oui s 15, 110. vValdemar ]\,L Dressel has re sig n ed h is po s ition wit h the U.S . Bureau o f 11illes in R o lla and ha s gone wi th the Gulf Oil Compa n y at F o r t \Vorth , T ex, lIe w ill be wo rking uncleI' the sup e r vision o f C, D, Co r dray '28. R aymo nd 0, Ka ste n was in R o lIa o n Oct. ] 1, visiti n g at the hom e o f Dr. a nd 1frs. G. A. :M uilenburg. Ray has fin ish ed hi s g rad uate work at \"-ash in gto n Univers ity and is n o w research eng in ee r wi th the Union \"' ire R o pe Corp., at 2 1st a nd 1fanchester, Kan sas Ci ty, 11£0, Lt. (jg) Vernon E. Fle ssa, USN R , has been ass ig ned to E sco r t Di vision 69 as R ada r :M a inte nan ce Officer. I-I e ha s pa rticipa ted in the invas ion of the Phili pp in es and Okinawa. I-Ti s addre ss is USS R. W. Suesen s DE 342, F P O San Fra n cisco, Ca l. ,/ R obert L. H a nna g ives his addre ss as R .D . " No. ] , Fayettev ille, N .Y. En s. J. Richard Han se n gives hi s milit ary address as FA\ V 4, c/o FPO, San Fra nci sco, Ca l. IIi s home addres s is ]20 L ind en, U ni on, 11i sso uri. Capt. R oy L. Kackley J r. is with the 1366 E n gineer Dp. Trk . Co., APO 403, c/o P M , N ew Y ork, N,Y, R oy wr ot e Dean \ Vil son that he had sai led fr o m 1farsei lle, France through the s trai! s o f Gibraltar down through the Pan ama Canal and wa s head in g fo r po int s ",e s t. lIe s tates that he hear s from Bill .-\ nder so n '43 q ui te o ften a n d Lt. (jg) Ted Hadley ' 43. ne al so w r ites that he has seen J ohn Griffith s ' -t4, and Lr. J oh n \ ¥eidy ' 43, a lso in F r ance. R oy write s that he ex pect s to see a big reuni o n o f the cl ass o f '43 a s soon a s thi ngs se ttle d o wn a bit a n d tha t he is looking fo rward to a big o ld fa shi o n ed St. P al' s celebration, L t. Alber t S. Keevil give s hi s address a s H q d s. 95th EngL G.S. Re gt., F ort Lewi s, Wa sh. C. 1-1. Krummel Jr, formerlv wor ked fo r the Beth lehe m Steel C~" Berhleh'cl1l, P a " is now a private in the U .S . Arm y . Hi s address is S.N . 378 18989, 1718 SCU Sta; Com . JIq. Det. , Ft. V L eo n a rd W ood, M o. Capt. L eo nard N, Larson v is ited t he campu s o n Dec. 6. L eo nard is st ill in the arm v b u t is expect in g d ischa rge in the near future a ;ld p lan s to return to j\1S11 to complete w o r k fo r a B achelOl"s degree in :\1eta l!urgy . L eo nard wa s o ve rseas fo r ] 4 mo nth s o n Sa ipan. l Ie wear s three batt le s tars and ih e Pres id ent ia l U nit C itatio n with Clu ster. II e wa s a11 En g in ee rin g Officer in t h e Air Corps. ~f ar i O I1 K, Main receive s hi s mail at Rt. 1, B ox 83 , Webb City, Mo. Lt. J o hn A. Maz zoni g ive s a s h is ad dre ss, RF.D . N o. I , B ox 43, Hill- Villa , Layt o n, Utah . Orvi ll e L. Meyer is a 2nd Ll. in the U.S . Pub lic H ealth Reserve. H e is s tationed at 605 V o lunt eer Bld g ., Atlanta, Ga . 1s t Lt. Fra nklin L. McCut chen gives hi s address a s C.O. 34th S ig. R adar ~ranl. U nit , APO 9j8, c/o P::\I , San Fra n c isco, Ca l. '" l i st Lt. Kenneth E. Mey er, ",h ose h o me ad'I. dress is 9 ,rap le p lace, Hun t in gton, L o n g I s land , N,Y., is n o w st a ti o ned at Cherry P o int , N.C. Il is address there is Y,rF· 9 11 -, r ag 9 1, j\f ari ne Corp s Air Ba se, Cherry P o int, N .C. J o hn IT. Ol son is with die America n ~[ ;'1gne-

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s iu m Corp., in Cleveland, Ohio. lIi s ho m e acI· dress is 17 633 Har vard road, Cleve land 20, O. L t. (jg) J ames Paul is at the Sout h Ca r o tin a Navy Yard. E n s. Jam es I-I. Polhemu s, wh ose h o me add ress is i\{a scot, T enn" can now b e contacted at :\iobi le E x p losive Inves tigational U llit No. 4, c/o FPO, San Fra n cisco, P vt. F . J. Rada v ich , 3 150463 9, is sta tioned at Aberdeen, Md. Hi s address is 2nd ETC, N o.937. E n s, P. B. Rothb a nd, wh ose home add l-ess is 1237 IIu nti ngto n r oad , Kan sas Cit y 2, 1.[0., w ri tes that his mil itar y address is USS lIarwood, DD 86 1, c/o FPO, San Franci sco, Ca l. Lloyd C. Schumann is at Sa m ar, Philip pines, h is addr e ss b ei n g 959-67-73, B ox 24, NSN -3149, c/o F leet P ost Office, San Franci sco, Ca l. Lt. L eo G. Spinner is li vin g at 14 11 Durh a m s treet, Bro wnw ood, T ex. lI e is stat io n ed at Camp B o wie, T ex. J a me s C. Spradlin g is n o w at the \"' isco n s in I ns t"it ut e of T echno logy. l:lis home ad dre ss is -t09 S . Ches tnut street, Plattev ill e, vVi s, Lt. ( jg) lI enry 11. S loan visited the campus Oct. 9. I-Ienr y is in th e i\1erchan t :M arin e. I-li s home addre ss' is 409 E, Capito l, J efferson C ity, :\fi ssour i. D o nald J. Studebaker ha s been di scharged fro l11 the Army and is temporal- il y at hi s home a t IIum an sviIle, i\f o. , 1st Lt. Co rnelius F. Stue ck gives the fo ll o w\ll g a ddr ess : II ead qu a rt er s V F ighte r Command, .A PO 929, c/ o Pi\1, San Francisco, Ca l. IIi s home add ress is j4 0 Purdu e aven ue, U ni vet·sty City 5, 110 . Norman R, II n o b" Underhill vi s ited the camp u s Dec . 7. B o b wa s di scharged fro m the na vy o n Dec. 5 a s a Lieu te nant (jg) after t wo and o ne- ha lf years o f service as Engineer Officer o n a mine s weeper. IIi s home address is 17 RidgetOp, St . L o ui s 17, l\f o. L t . Eckard P. Vollherbs t has an APO c/o P o s tma s te r 14984, Sa n Fra n cisco, Cal. Edwin 0 . Vandevan is n ow livin g a t 1659 Dro adway, Schenectady, N .Y. 1944 Rdm_ 3/ c I-Ienr \, S. Adamick ha s a n ew ad d re ss. I t is USS C~bo t , V-3 Divi s io n, c/o FPO San Franci sco, Ca l. R obert p, Balin, for merly o f St. L o ui s is n ow res id in g at 760 J effe r so n ave nu e, 1fiami Bea ch, Fl o rida. R o bert L. Bank s ha s m o ved from Coffeyville, Kan. , a n d is n ow at Piedm o n t, 11 0. II. D . Barnhart ha s been pro m oted to Lt. Gg) a n d is receivi n g mail at Electro nics Lab, Navy Yard, Navy No, 128, FPO, Sa n Franci sco, Cal. IIi s h o me is at 4700 S. -Wa lker, Oklahoma City, Ok la. D a niel T. Blount, fo r me rl y o f Cape Girardea u , 1\f o., ha s m oved to 7336 Gayo la a ven ue, \1 a plewood, 1fo. Don C. Brand is e m p lo yed b y the l\fo n santo Chemical Co. in St. L o ui s 4, N[ o , I-Ti s home add r ess is 535 1a G lad stone, No rmand y 20, i\lf o. L o rrain e F. Bridge is 0 11 th e USS Wayne (APA 54), a n d hi s ad dr ess is c/o F leet P os t Office, Sa n Franci sco, Ca l. E n s. J, Vv, Brodhacker g ives hi s pre sent add r ess a s USS T. J. Gary (D E 326), c/ o FPO Sa n Francisco, Ca l. I-l is home address is J 249 N . J efferso n , Sp ring fie ld, Mo. En s. Walter J . D ea n g ive s h is h o me address a s 107 0 Purce ll , U ni vers it y City 14, 11 0. P ete De s Jard enes v is ited the ca m p u s o n Sep t. 28 . Pete is an en s ig n in the nav y stat"ioned a t Ke y \,Vest, Fla. I-li s h o m e add r ess is 400 A lt us p la ce, Kirkwo od , 1\f o. J o hn VV. Domian is n o w livin g at 4679 Oldenb urg ave nu e, St. L o u is, 110. En s. T o m B. Gettys is s tat io ned in San Di ego, Ca l. ]-li s home address is 86 \<\l a shin gton st ree t, Ea s t O r ange, Loui s \ ,V . Gra ss g ives hi s add re ss a s p ,O, n ox 239 1, Philri ch Branch , B o rge r, 'I ex . E n s. Richard J . Han se n is on the PAT SU 46, FAW-4, c/o F r o , San F "anci sco, Ca l. L o u is A. Hartcorn , Aer1{ 2/ c , ca n be r eached at the fo ll o w in g adclt-ess : St"aff, Co m 1 [ ari an a s, B ox 12} c/o FPO , San Fran c isco, Ca l. L o ui s' home address is 32 j\1ain st l'eet, Chai"l1am , New Y o rk. En s, \,\ 'a n' en Helberg wh ose h o m e adclt-ess is .'322 j\f affitt avenue, St. Lou is 12, 1 [ 0., give s th e

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fo ll o win g mili ta ry add l'e ss : E lec t r o ni cs L a b" Navy 128, c/o FPO, Sa n F r ancisco, Ca l. Lt. Wm. H . H ellwege ex-'44 is w ith the 11 33rd Engr. Com b at Gp. as P e r so nnel O ffice r stat ioned at l\1a nila, P.I. Bill writes that t h e J aps did a tho ro ugh job o f dest r oy ing M a llila. lIe ha s met Lt. I-Iales ki ex-'44 wh o ha s b ee n s tat io n ed in New Guinea fo1' the past 18 mo n t h s and is n o w in 11anila. lIe a lso writes that Lt. D o n West '43 a nd Lt. Sh ip ma n '43 a re ill t h e l\fa n iJ a area as is F red Kibler '43 who is in the Ge ner a l En gi n ee rin g Di s tl' ict I-I eadqual'ter s i n Manila. Capt. J oh n W e id y '43 is adjutant in the 13 14 Gene ral Servi ce R egime n t. Capt. R o b t . Si lha vy '4 1, fo nn e r PiKA, wh o wa s capt ur ed by the J apa nese at the fall of Corregicior, ha s been releas ed and arr ived [n the n1an ila a rea th e 19 th o f Sept . Bob is 0 11 hi s way b ac k to the States. v\,i ll iam wri tes t hat he hopes to be back at 1\f S :\f to r es um e hi s st udie s n ext Septe mbe r. vViliialll P. H e nn e a nd R. T. Lohmann o f 200 110 11roe st r eet, R ocheste r, Pa" vis i ted the ca m p us o n Dec. 27 . B oth are connected with K opper s Company, Inc. Lt. \" 'm , E . Ho war d ex-'44 vis ited the ca mpu s O il O ct. 8 , Bill has been ove r seas in the E.uropea n theater and is n o w back in the Slates. In s home add r ess is 5339 Nott in gham avenue, St. L ouis, 1\f o. J oe E. Jenkin s is livin g at 1485 \ V. 11 4th St., Cleveland 2, Ohi o, where he is emp loyed by the Na t iona l Advi so r y Committee fOl' Aeronau t ics, R ay l\L Knut s on ex-'4-t-, fo rm er st ud ent o f n{ S :\f, is the a u thor o f an a r t icle pub lished in the ~\fin in g Co n g re ss J o urnal fo r 11a)' 1945, entitled, "Coeu r D 'A lene :M in es Yield Billi on D o llars." Ray is geo logis t fo r t he Bunker }-liIl & S ulli va n yf ining and Co ncen trat ion Co m pa ny at Kello gg, Idah o. Thi s ar t ic le ha s att ra cted cons iderable attent io n in the Pacific ~No r th w est and will be includ ed i n the 194j bullet in of the I d aho Inspecto r of 1\1ines , T wenty thou s and r ep rin ts o f the article h ave been o rdered fo r p ublici ty p urp oses . E ns, \ 'V arren L . Larso n is stat io ned at the :Navy Yard in B osto n, l\f ass, I-I e is li v in g a t 17 i\1 a rlb o r o s t r eet, B osto n 16, l\fa ss . \~T atTetl wr ites tha t he has seen t wo min er s recen t ly : R oge r i\f o eller ab o ard a dest r oyer and Richard Olli s, who is at :i\1IT. vV a n- en states that he is enjoy in g hi s wo rk very m u ch a nd is workin g in the s hop section of the navy ya rd and ga ini ng meta llU1-gical experien ce of value, lIe atte nd ed a fo undry con feren ce in \Va shingto n Naval Gun Fac to n r and a lso visi t ed the J\Taval R esea r ch La b o r~to r y . I-I e plan s to attend a n ot h er co n ference to be give n in ~r ove mber in Charle sto n, Sou th Carolina. R ober t Ki ck is li ving at 2080 A uburn ave nu e, Da yto n 6, Ohio. L t . (jg) D o nald G. LePere is n o w s ta t ion ed at the Amm uni t io n D epot, Fallbrook, Cal. II is ho me is at 7j09 "Vest 1'1:a in, Bel levi ll e, Ill. vVi!liam Ma g ill wh ose home is at 1428 Bess ie s t r eet, Cape G irardeau, 1>.1 0., is in the s erv ice so mewhere i n the Pa c ific. D ick Matee r is entering Carnegie In st it ut e of 'f ech n o logy in O c tober to do some w o rk o n, the correla t io n o f m agnet ic proper t ie s with Ct'ystal o ri e ntat ion . Lt . (jg) J ean McCaw Lloyd is stat ioned at the N o rfo lk Nav y Yard at Norfolk, Va . n e r ho m e address is 305 Fauquier street, P o r ts mouth, Va , R o bert \"' , Mellis vi s ited the ca mpu s on Oct. 1. B o b has ju st been di sch a r ged fr o m the navy. His home addre ss is 7354 Co untry Club ch- ive, St. L ou is 21, M o . 1st Lt. R o ber t E, Murphy is n o w o n duiy in Sha n gha i, Ch ina . B o b is wi th the 319 8 S ig . Sv, Bn., APO 290, c/o PM, New Y o rk, N .Y . B ob wr it es that he ha s seen Fred Nevin '-t-t. wh o is wi t h an Engineer secti o n o f the Sha n g"hai S t at io n Co m mand a nd wa s w ith Fred at Kanchrapara , Indi a , KUll lll in g , Ch ina an d Sh an ghai . Anothe r 'M in er he ha s m et is Kung-Pin v\' 3n g '42; and a lso Le ster l\10eller ex-'44, wh o is part o f the Pi pe Lin e E n g ineer Sect"io n that Jaid and oper a ted the pipe li ne a lon g t h e Burm a ro a d . Severa l o f the graduates o f the cl a ss of '4 3 were a lo ng th e Burllla a n d Led o r oad . B o b w r ites t hat he ha s seen India , ,B urma a n d Ch in a, ha s bee n mi xed up in a co upl e o f Chine se rebe ll io n s bu t lAs t n o thin g excep t a few jee p wind sh ield s.

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II e ha s flo w1\ a ll ove r Ch ina <I nd I1ldi a ~llld is Jl e nn a tl, I)a yto ll . loo ki ng forw ard to b eiJ1g ho tll e fo r the bi g S l. Geo rge Tatoian is 1I 0 W in the a rm y bein g l 'a l' s in the s prin g o f '47 . wil h Co . ~1, 1s t Ordnan ce T ay Re g., AS FTC Peler M lI sho vic has m oved fr o m Day tO il , 0., A TG, Aberd een, }'Id . to 3 ,15 Durfl elcl, Gr ee n fi~ ld , :M ass. l-;" ranci s R . W als h ha s bee n di sch a rg ed fro III Sgl. G eo rge J. Mill er ex·44 is with th e Engithe a rm y a1ld is no w li vin g at hi s h o m e at 6735a lI ee r A d mini s t ratio n Sectio n, I-Iq. 7th Army, lv[ilchell ave nue, S t. L o ui s, }'10. F ra nc is visited \l\'eslc rn l\Iilitar y Di s tr ict, APO 758, c/ o PM, the ca mpu s 0 11 D ec. 3. New Yo rk, N .Y. Geo rge wriles sendin g a COD· Lt. Geo r ge!-1. W ag ner ex- '44 is n ow w ith lhe lr ibut ioll to the J o hnn y R ay l 11emorial fund. 85 th E ngr. P Oll . Brid ge Co., Camp S wift, T ex. Geo rge s tates he s pent a fm e vacat ion o n the p,rt. E. A. W ein el is in th e 15 76t h E ng r. Photom a p Pl. , A PO 75, c/o Pl\1 , Sa n F ra nc isco, fa m ed R iv ie ra at N ice, Fran ce, a nd is now takill £, !;.o m e co ur ses offe red by the a rm y at lIeidelCa lif.orn ia. . be rg U niv e ~·s i .t y in G.e n n a~y. lI e ha s rece ~tly V R., c h a ~·d ~h eat 1.S a .radar 0?icc:.r aboar? a see n three .MlI1 ers : Lt. Ke nneth 11 00n ey 43, I 'd es tl oye l. Il lS a dell ess IS R o bel t K. I-Iuntll1g· LL. Enos K ey '43 a nd Capl. K enn et h Schowa lter lon, DD 78 1 c/o FPO San l<r a ncisco, Ca l. '42. S/Sgt. R ob e r t 1.. Whi te ex·44 is in H & S Calv in E. M oe ll er and h is bro ther R oger Co., 322 E ngr. Comb at Bn ., APO 445 , c/o PM , av is a re bo th ill the U.S. Navy. S l / c Ca lvin Sa n F ra nc isco, Ca l. I I is home is at 310 Ches tg ive s his ad dr ess a s Sec. R 3-3, B ar. _161.. Ser. Ilu t ..a ve nu e, .vV e b s te,~ Gro~e s 19, 10.10. Sch ool Comel. USKT S, Great Lakes, Il l. R oge r E n s. DaVId A . Wl cker I S on the USS H ob b y, Davi s is an e:,sign aboard the USS L ea ry ( DD APO 9.1, c/o 1'1'0 Sa n Franci sco, Cal. . Jli s 8 /9) , c/ o FPO J New Y o r k, N.Y. Th e ir hO.m e home addre ss is at 4209 \V. 16th s tr eet, l .itt le a ddre ss is 838 w \\' . 47th st re et, Ok lahoma City, R ock, A rk. Ok lah o ma. 19<15 Lt . Robert E. Mur phy is with the 3 198 Sig· R oy lTen de r so ll Boyd is a n el1g in eer with n a l Service Battali o ll, A P O 290, c/o P l\ f , Ne w the ·U.S. R ec lamati o n Se r vice. I-li s address i::. Yo rk, N. Y. B ob wrll es expectillg to be s hipped 1411 Fi llm o re stre et, T opeka, Kan. LO Shanghai, Chi na, SOO ll to se r ve in the evacI L l. R oy II . Dunham ex·'45 vis ited th e canl· uatio ll port of the J apall e5e fo rces a lld the P ort JU S o n Se pt. 25. R oy ha s ju st returned fr om of Embarkat io n fot' tht.. rel urn of American 7 m o n t hs oversea s, havill,g gone int o I ta ly in force ,:; . l ie has b et ~at i olle d ill Kunmin g, Decem ber , 1944. 1Te is no w stati o ned in the Ch ill a for the past 1.t. 11 th 5. B o b is CO il · U ni ted States. IJ e wa s enroute to Jeffers0n te mpl at ing returt1 b,. 100 \ fo r additi o nal Barracks where he ex pect s to rece iv e a di ss tu d y after di scharge.; c harge . R oy wa s marri ed in Carthage, :Mo ., on B / 2 Peter Mu sho 1C is n ow stat ioned at March 19, 1944, to H e len Wagn er. lI e is plan . A·60, USMSTS, B rooklyn, N.Y. ning to br ing hi s wife to R o ll a a nd r es ume hi s Ralph E . N uelle is li vi ng at 49-t 9 D evonshire, school work at the beg in ning of the school St. Lo ui s 9, 1Il0. se mester. Lt . (jg) Fra nc is S. N els o n, who is 0 11 the PVl. L eo n Eri v is now in Co . C, 26 th TIn., L1SS Ro oks (DD804) can be r eached t hrough 3rcl R egl., TRTC , F ort McCl ellan, Ala. his home address whi ch is 42 1 S. Co lorado ;.\ ve., Pfc . Arth ur R. F einb urg ex-'45 is ill Co. ;.\, ICa ll sas Cit y I, nro. 29 th }\ bn . E ngl'. Bn ., APO 333 . Camjl M ackall, Alarn P . Ploe sse r is in the 11 ;:IVr stat io ned al N .C. I l is hOllle t5 ta 114 Se wz ll avenue, Brookthe USNT C at Grea t L ake s, Ill. I re is connect· line 46, l\ [ass. ed with t he Ship's Company. Cadet J ;Ull C:-' :P. Fra s er is in Co. G·l, \\'est E ll S. Albert \\'. Pres nell is now w it h the 29th Po in t Ne w Yo r k NC B, c/o FPO, Sa n Fral1c isco, Cal. ] I is h0111C L t : Gilber t II'. LaPier e ex·' 4.1 writ es from a drl!"e~ " is 1428 I-Iaze]w ood, L os An ge les, Cal. Okin a wa that he hop es to be ho m e for Chri s tma s S 1/ c Allan S. R eichert is 011 the '0 S S a nd take up h is studi es at l\![ S7\ f aga in po ssib ly LSIIlR 40i, c /o 1'1'0 San Fran cisco, Cal. 11 is at t he b egi nnill g of the s pring s eme ste r. ho m e a d ell'ess is 5086 vValerman ave1lue, St. I Dw ight L ew is ex- '45 write s fro111 Nagano, Lo uis 8, 1\10. Japan, t ellin g o f h is experie nces wh il e in R eI · Rob ert \\'. Roos ha s m o ved fro l11 Roc he s ter~ g iull1 , Lu xem bo urg, Czech os lovakia a nd later in Pa. , a lld is ll OW liv ing at 160 St. J ohn' s pla cet Japall. Dwight plan s to come back to R o ll a ilroo k lYI1 1i , N.Y. whe n di scharged to res um e hi s s t udie s. 'E ns. I(ennelh E. Rudert g ive s hi s 1llilit a ry G e ne K. M cDowell is no w with the Ba tte ll e " Ielre,s a s USS L S ?l 473, c/ o 1'1'0, San Era n. l\·f ellloria l In s titute, 505 Ki ng ave nu e, ColulllCISCO , Ca l. Kenneth 's home address is 83 1 No. bu s, Ohio and is li vin g at 364 Kill g aven ue, S p rig g st reet, Cape Girard eau, nf o. Co lumbu s, Oh io . Jean Rona t who se home is 3127 No rw ood , O sborn e Mil ton is livin g at S50 Clermon t St. . St . L o ui s, nf o ., is in the P ac ific, accord in g to Denver 7, Co lo. VI'ord rece ived fr 0111 hi s father. Jack O zawa is em ployed ill th e re search a nd Lin coln A. Sa nder s is li ving at 17 19 S. Brond e \' elopme n t la bo ra to ri es o f the At lantic R efill· Sl·l l , Los Ange les, Cal. ingCo. at P h il adelphia, P a . Ja ck is li vin g at '1'/5 R o ber t E. Setchfield j ::; n o w with the the Cen tral YlIICA, R oo m 348X, 142 1 Arch St., 2765 E n gl'. B a se 1=>hot0 111appi n g Compan y, APO Philadelphia 2, Pa. 8t:7 , c/o Pnl , J\Tew York, N.Y. R o bert Rankin wa s pro m oted to the Ch ief T /5 Sanford L . Simons gives hi s add ress as :E.n g in ee r' s O ffice a s AFE-Est imat or, wit h t h e S. E.D .. Box 180, Sa nta Fe, New Mex ico. Sl. L o ui s So ut hwes te rn R a ilway L ines. I-li s Lt. ]) ollM ld S. Sm ith v isited the ca mpu s on h0 11l e add ress is Pos t Offi ce B ox 6 1 t an d bus iSe pt. 27. D o nald is with Co. B J 1288 En g ineer ne ss a ddr ess is Chi e f En g in ec r' s O fficc, 426 C BIl. , Camp Sw ift , T ex. J-l is h o me ~Iddress is Spri ng- st reet , T yle r, T ex. S alem, nfo. l I e has bee n over seas s in ce D ecemH.oben 1 •. R ay ex-'45 writes fr o m Y okos uka , h e r 19-t ..t , going fir s t to E ng land and then landed J a pan . r ega rdi n g t h e poss ib il it y of doi ng grad · ill Fran ce and pa r t ic i pated jn the batt le of cenuat. e wo rk after di scha rge frOIll the arm y. B o b t r a l Europe. Am o ng othe r thin gs, i-:i s unit p ut u p co mp le ted two yea r s al. 1\J S M: a nd the n with~. 1500 ft . fl oa t ing Bail ey brid ge across the R h in e drew Lind e I' t he Nav ~' V· 12 prog ram a nd C Olll w h il e se rv in g with the 1288 En g in ee r Combat pleted work fo r h is d egr ee in l11 etall ur gy Mt th e hatla li on. U ni vers ity of I ll inoi s. I Te w is hes to fini sh wo r k Edward 1\ (, S ch ult z is li vi ll g a t 4SS J a P enfor his l\{a s te r 's de g ree at 'J\>[ S i\( fo ll o wing di s· n ,s e s treet, St. L o ui s J 5, ]"( 0 , cha rge. B o b write s thaI he ha s seen Tlla ll ~" Glenn L . Stal ey JL wr it e s th a t hi s mili tary nfin e r s in his m ili ta r \' se r vice a nd a lso th a t h~ nu d!"ess is USNA B Navy N o. 939, TI ul ·1 \0. 166 , e njo ys the A lurnnu s ,;ery m uc h. c/o FPO J Sa n Fra n c isco, Ca l. lli s home ad · lA. R o bert i\f. Ro ck ex·45 g iv es h is adciT'ess dress is 4434 So. 37 t h s treet, SL L o ui s, ~i\( o. a s 968 E ng.,-. M3i IH. Co ., APO 902 , c/o P~ r. Gle nl1 received the A ug us j·Se pt e111 ber iss ue of Sail l"ra ll cisco . R o b ert wr ite s that. he, Lt. K en tile Al umnu s and e njoyed it very mu c h and \V . Schoe nbe r '4 4 a nd Lt. S am L"l e ex·'-I4 rtre fto pes the A lum ni A sso c ia ti o n will keep 0 11 Oki nawa . 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Missouri S&T Magazine, December 1945-January 1946  

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Missouri S&T Magazine, December 1945-January 1946  

Copyright is held by the University of Missouri. The Missouri S&T Magazine is available for free personal, non-commercial and educational us...