Missouri S&T Magazine, October-November 1945

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

V OLUME 19

OCTOBER-NOVEMBER, 1945

NUMBER 5

Football Season

Two Miners Against the Japs

B y D ean D a n ie ls '46

A f r ie nd s h ip t hat s ta r t ed when Rob e r t S ilh a vy '-It , 8969 O ld e n av ~ n u e, Overla nd ,Mo., and E uge ne P. Boyt '-II , ne ph e w of Dr. A. S. M c F a rland of Ro ll a, werc s tud ents at t he M S M , carr ied t hem t h rou g h a se r ies of ach 'e ntu r es tha t w ill rank with most of t h ose cx pe r ie n ced by th e A m e rican troop s In th e J apa nese wa r . Bo th boy s g radua t e d at MSM in 19-11 , ta kin g a dva nced R O T h ey w e n t to Ft. Be lvo ir t hat s u mm e r a n d aft e r fini s hi n g th e r e, t hey d ec id e d t hat t hey want e d to see the worl d , s o th ey vo lun t ee re d fo r ac t ive d u ty in th e army in th e P h il ipp i nes, ar ri vin g t he r e o n Aug. 2 , 194 1. Bo b wa s s ta tion ed at San to Capt. Eug en e Boyt and Capt. Robert SiIhavy Tomas as in s t ru c t o r in o ne of t he e n g inc e r batta li ons. He ha d b ee n to Ma n ila on S u nday, Dec. 7 (t h ey we r e pa s t th e Int e rn a tion a l dat e lin e an d co nse q ue ntl y w ha t wa s D ec, 7 wit h us wa s D e c. 8 wit h t hem). \ I\t' h e n h e awoke t he m o rnin g o f Dec. 8, he wa s to ld t hat th e Jap s ha d bom b ed P ea r l Ha rb or a nd wa r had s ta r te d. He dicin ' t be li eYe it a t fii' st. Ge n e wa s Project E n g inee r fo r th e U .S. En g in eers d e pa r tm e nt a t Cla r k Fi e ld. O n D ec. 8, he too ha d inf o rm a ti o n that wa r had s tarte d , bu t t hey wcre s ur p r ised at t h e b o mb in g attack o n Cla rk Fi e ld, a s th e re was n o a ir ra id wa r n in g . "T he fi r s t in fo rmat io n th ey h a d t hat t h e Ja ps wer e overh e:Id wa s w h en Cla rk F ie ld s tar te d fa ll in g a pa rt ," Ge ne sa id. T he r e w e re nin e pe r so ns in Ge ne's h o use, a pa rt se r va n t s, and o nl y s ix of th em ca m e o ut. Bo b s ta t ed th a t th e boy s had prac ti ca ll y t o t hr ow Ge ne in to a fox h o le an d ho ld hi m t h e r e to ke e p h im from ge tti n g o u t o n to th e fi e ld a nd fac in g a m ur d e ro us s t rafi n g fi re in a n attempt to care fo r t he wou nd ed and d y in g , Gen e s tay e d at Clar k Fi e ld un t il Ch r is tma s E ,'e and t he n e " ac uat e d o n C h ri s t ma s Day mO"i n g in to Ba t aa n. T he r e he was a ss ig ne d to t he 20 1s t Co mbat E n g in eers. H e and Bob we re toget he r fo r a fe w m in u t es in F e b ru ary, bu t d id not see eac h ot h e r a g ain u nt il af te r t he famo us Deat h Marc h . Bob was d e tac hed from Sa n to Toma s a nd se n t so ut h of M a ni la w he re he was at work bl ow ing u p t he b r id ges . T he Jap s w e re c lo se at ha n d a nd in o ne in s t a n ce, Bo b B le w a brid ge und e r .Ta p fi re th at a t t rac t ed p a r t ic ula r a tt e nt ion and he wa s p ro min e n t ly m e n tion ed in \ Va r Depa r tm e n t r eport s se n t back to t he U ni t ed Stat es . In bl owin g t hi s b rid ge, howevcr, Bob's u n it wa s c u t off fr0111 t he ma in forc es in t he

round -15 III ine rs r epo r tcd for p ractice to produ ce the first va rs it y footba ll team at MSM s inc e 19-13. Soo n t he sq uad t h inn e d t o thi rt y-s ix m c n w ho r emain e d w it h t he tea m th e rest of t h e seas on. T he r e wa s not a r e tur n in g le tt e rma n on t he s quad a nd man y of t he pe r so n ne l ha d not p layed any organized football. Seventy-five pe rc e n t of th e s q uad were freshmen. Afte r fi,'e w ee ks of hard pra c ti ce centered mo st ly on fundamenta ls, th e Min e rs lo st th e ir initia l g am e to a s tron g Gni,'crsity of Mi ss o u r i "B " t ea m (25-0) h e r e in Ro ll a. T he game wa s mu c h closer than t he sco re indi ca tes . Breaks an d Missou ri U. expe ri e nce played a deci d e d factor in t he fi na l score. Tn th e ir seco nd s tart one week late r, Springfield T eac he r s Co ll ege ca m e to town and we n t hom e wit h a 20-1 3 victo ry . A ll t he sco r in g cam e in the seco nd half of t h e g am e. Springfi e ld sc o r ed t h e win nin g to uc hdown in t he clo s in g m inu t es of th e ga lll e, t h us brea k in o ' t he 13-13 t ie. On Oct. 19, t he M ine r s t r ave led to St. Louis to p lay St. I_oui s Uni ,¡e r s ity . Upsett in g t he p r ed ict io n s of a St. Loui s G. romp , th e M in e r s he ld a h ig h scori n g' Bi ll ik e n tea m to 32 points . After a ll owi ng t he St. Lo u is U . team to ,core thr ee tim es in t he ope nin g pe rio d , t he Mi ners se tt led down and he ld t he ir heav ie r oppo ne n t s to twe lve poi n t s t he r es t of th e ga me, In t he thi rd q uart e r th ey act ually ocltp lay " d th e Bi ll ik e n's fi r s t t ea m. T he ne xt Sat urd ay th e M in e rs lost a r etu r n ga m e in Sprin g fi e ld, Mo., to th e Sp rin g fi e ld T eac h e r s Co ll ege, 18-7. :F'o ss ibl y ove r- co n fide n ce a nd a s tro n g Spr in gfie ld team cost th e M in e r s t hc ir fo ur t h game . vV ith t wo wee ks of ha rd pr ac ti ce, t he M in e r s p lay e d t he ir fin a l ga m e of t he season aga in s t K irksv ill e Teac he r s Co ll ege in Ro ll a, Nov. 10. T he game wa s a fea tur e at t ract io n of th e MSM Homeco min g ce le bratio n. A lt h o ug h t he M in e r s o u tp laye d t he ir oppo ne n ts, K ir k sv ille w e n t home w it h a 6-0 victo ry. Coac h Dw ig ht Hafeli d ese rv es a g r ea t d eal of p ra ise fo r attempti ng to fi e ld a n e leve n wit h t he m ate r ial at h is di spo sa l at t he s ta rt of t he sea s o n. Not w inn in g a g am e is a bi g bl ow to a.Mi rI e r t ~ a m and coac h, b u t a s H af eli s ay s, "'VVatch nex t year s team!

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F r ed Sc hn ee be r ge r, p r es id e n t of MSM A lu m ni A ss oc ia ti o n, ha s as ked m e to ex pr ess w ha t I co ns id e r wo ul d be mo s t nec d ed fo r t he Coac h he re to turn o ut b e tt e r foo tb a ll tea m s. Fi rs t, le t m e say t hat und e r t he p r ese n t circ u m s ta nces r t h in k Coac h Haf e li , wit h t h e ass is ta nce of Lt. " D u ke" Sampson, who has g iven a co u pl e of day s se rvice pe r wee k, has don e a s we ll j o b to put as goo d a tea m o n th e fi e ld a s he has- a team that we can we ll b e p ro ud of. La s t wi n t e r wh e n t he s ubj ec t of havi n g a foot ball team ca m e u p, th e Co m mitt ce o n At hl et ic s told Coac h Ha fe li t hat if t he boys wa n t ed to play foo t ba ll to g o a head and sc he du le ga m es wit h team s not havin g Navy trai nees . 'VVe t ho ug h t tea m s ha " in g Na,'y tra inees wo ul d be too to ug h a nd ex pe rie nccd fo r uny boy s w e hav e. R e m e m b e r, w e have fe , e r t ha n 300 s tud e nt s , have n' t a s in g le b oy w ho ha s eve r p lay ed he r e befo re. a nd mo s t of t hese boys have neve r play ed eve n hi g h sc hoo l foot ba ll . I s aw t hi s g ro up of boy s lo se two ga m es t:l is seas on fo r lack of ex pe r ie n ce d j ud g ment. \Vat c h(Co ntinued

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WE ARE S O RRY! The Edi torial Staff had copy for fo rt y pages. Th e accute pap e r shortage permit~ us to pub li s h o nly s ixte en pages this iss ue. P aper s upplie s pe r mitt in g . a ll n ews w ill be ca rried in th e J a n .-F eb . iss u e. The Editor.

Missouri School of Mines Alumni A ssociation Statement of Trans actions and Co n dition of the A ssociat io n as R eflected by Batan ces as of O c tobe r 25, 1945

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President's Column E lsc wh e r e in thi s pub lication you will see a g ra phi c r e pr eof our g rowth d urin g th e la t sc ,·e ra l yea rs. Lik ewise, th e r c is a s ta t e m c nt of ou r fi na n c ia l co ndi tio n a s re pr ese nt ed b y a p ubl ic acc ountant"s re port. 80 th of th ese pr es e ntation s ; c pr ese nt a h ea lth y g ro wth a nd both co n se qu e ntl y point a dir ec tion of o ur c un·es whi c h s h ould b e g ratify in g' to all of us . Yo u wi ll noti cc th at t h c fi na n c ia l t a t c ment s h ow s u s in a g ood s tat e of s oh· e n cy. Th e sec uriti es ar e g ilt- ed ge , and th cy w e r e acc umulat ed lar ge ly throu g h th e sc rimpin g e ffo r t s of 1300 te5 C layton, a nd ot h e r offic e rs of th e associa tion at a t im c wh e n promoti n g res pon se o n t h e pa rt of o ur m e mb e r s in pay in g th e ir du s wa s li mit ed to p e rs o n a l co nt act s b y tho se officer - . Yo u wi ll a lso noti ce tha t our ex p e n ses we r e mad e up a lm o s t e n t ir e ly b y th e cost of p u b l is hin g· th e U ; MNL;S. T h c sa la r y of $ 120 wa s for se tt in g up fi les a fe w ye ar s ago, a n d t h c " Mi sce ll an co us Ex p c n se " in t h e a mount of 222.21 w as for promotion of th e Sc h oo l' s int e r es t b ack in 1 9 ~1. Thu s , no cx p c n se for s a la ri es, tra,·e lin g , c tc., ",as inc lud ed , i o· t94:i . ' ,._ . W o:. h a,·e b ee n admo ni s h cd , b y pa s t offic e r s of t h e A ss oc iati o n, to co n ce n trat c our e n e r g ies upon t h e ta s k of g radual impro v m e nt, a nd to r e fr a in from di sappointm e nt if ou r s ucce sscs did not approac h brilliant propo rtion s. vV e 're n ot s ati s fi ed , but w c do fee l t h at w h at e " e r pro g r ess h a s b ee n llI adc, is, tI <h e a lth y 'QJ'~1. nd ..th~t it wi IL.{:o ntinu e. O ur com mitt cc p e r fo rman ce, un fort un ate ly, ha s not b ee n too di sce rnab le durin g' th e pas t y ea r. E,·e rybod y ha s b ee n bu sy . You ca n 't s pot unc le a m e le ve n milli o n y ou n g' m e n a nd s ti ll do a ll of th e j obs in th e sa m e way as wo uld h a,·c b ce n possi bl e with t h c ir h e l p. I\o el Hubb a rd h a s don c a g rand job in handlin g th e p ubli ca ti o n o f o ur USM AL · ~,,[Nu S. H e, a nd H owa rd Kat z, hav c had th e ir ha nd s fu ll wit h th c d e tai ls illl·o lvcd in h andlin g co r r es pond e n cc . c h a n gcs of add resses , e t c. \ V c 'r e g rat ful to th e m , a nd to D ca n v\lil s o n w ho h a s w h ol e h earte dl y m a d .: th e ir tim c ava il a ble to us. 1 n this latter co nn ec ti on, w e do ,·e r y m uc h n ee d th e sc r,·ic es of a compc t e nt sec r c ta ry. With s uc h a ss is tanc e, w e co uld handl e o ur se r v iccs to Our TlI c mb e r s i" a g r eat ly impro\"(;d lIl a nll e r. E s pec iall y is thi , tr ue ,,,ith r egard s to routin e co rr es po nd e n ce, m ai lin g l is t s , o r ga ni z in g m a te ri a l 1_ l [ J\uS, c t c, fo r th ' M S :-.r lJc rilal ' s om e of yo u in ou r A lumni ss ociation wi ll k now of som eo nc who mi g ht b c in te res tc d in applying for thi s po s ition . A Ic tt c r, g il·in g qua lification s a ddr esse d to you r lurnni As soc iation , R o ll a, :-'[0. , will b e o i'-e n full con s id e ra tion. As s u gges ti o n s , p e rhap s SOl11 C re turnin g \ Tc t c ran tni g ht want to e nt c r!II 11 a nd mak c s om c mOn ey on th c s id e. O r, p e rh aps, somc Y c t e ran' s wifc mi g h t ha,·e th e p r op r t ypc of ex p e ri c n ce to qualifv for thi , po si ti o n . Bes id es r o ut ine sec ~c ntation

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NOT E Thi s s tatement co\'cr s th e o pera t io n o f the A ssociation s in ce Sept. 5, 19-1O , or at the t ime :M r. ]-t o ward -.\f. Katz became Trea s u rer. The in ve stment !' li s ted a bo ve are in a s afe depos it box at the Rolla S tate Bank. R o ll a , St o., at the li lli e of th is audit.

PRESTO! P. GREEN

Public Accountant , 1fi sso uri Certi fic ate 1\ 0. 4i S

Dated No \' . 5, 1945

re t a ri a l cx p e ri e n ce, it wo uld b e h e lpf ul if w e co uld al s o h a ,·e a sec r e tary wit h n e w s pap e r, or adv e r ti s in g ex p e ri e n ce. As promi se d, duri n g th e year 19~ 5 , ou r MSM f\L 1;lI NlJS h a s b ee n se nt al l A lu mni a nd e x -s tud c nt s w h o h a ,'e k c pt us inf o r m c d a s to th e ir add r esses . Thi s ha s b ee n do n e irr c s p ec tiv e of w h c th c r du es wc r e pai d fo r t h e yea r b y t h o se i 11\"0 h 'e d . \ Vc h a,·e n ow b ec n inform ed b y th e Posta l Authoriti es that thi s m e t h od o f di s tribution h a s j eopardi ze d o ur po s t a l pe rmit an d t h at w c m u s t imm e diat e ly co nform to t h e p r oyi s ion s o f th e 1.' o s ta l Act. Th e pr ese nt iss ue is s ti ll g oi n g out to a ll of t h o se on o ur m a ilin g li s t. 'iI,re a r e do in g thi s to fulfi ll o ur promi se a nd w e ar e payin g th e cxt ra po s tage n ecessa r y. Bcg inni n g w ith th e fir s t iss u e in 1 9~6, w e s h a ll b e fo r ce d to limit our Illailin gs of t h c A L'UMNUS to tho se who h ave paid th e ir du cs for 1 9~6. \IVe a r e p e rmitt e d, h ow eve r , to mai l th c ALl: :-'I N C S to m c n a nd w o m e n st ill in th e Se n · icc rega rdl es~ of du cs, a nd of co ur se, w c s ha ll do that. \'\l c s h a ll mail s tat e m e nt s to al l n am es a nd addr esscs s om c tim c n ext 1110nt h. Eve ryon e is s tron g ly ur g d to pay hi s du es prompt ly in ord e r to mak e it po ss ibl e fo r us to se nd th e J a nu ary iss ue without d c lay.


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With the Local Sections Cleveland Section Being Organized 1\ g ropp of a lu m ni in th e vici n ity o f C le l'e land, O hi o, m e t at ,t )l e cal l o f Tohn Da mian '-+-+ o n Sep t. 19 in t h e Spa ni s h l'\oom of th e Hol e l Ca rt e r to di s c u ss th e formin g of a n a lumni c ha pt e r in O hi o. T h ir tee n a lumni w e r e in attc: nd a n c a nd a ll w e r e e nt hu s ia s t ic oy e r t h e propose d c h a pt e r. I t wa s d ec id e d to ha ve t h e sec tion m eet in g o n NO I' . 9 to co mp lete th e o r g anization an d to e lec t office r s o f t h e c h apte r. A numb e r of a lumn i in th e I' ic inity of C leve land d es ir ed to b e pr ese nt, but t h ey w e re ti e d u p with bu s in ess affa ir s. Ea c h a lumnu s p r ese nt wa s ca ll ed u p to te ll bri e Ay th e ty p e of work h e w as d oi n g in hi s prof ess ion. Tho se att e ndin g t h e m ee tin g w e re : J o h n I om ia n '-+-+, D. D . \IVya t t '-+ 1, fo e Je nkin s '-+-+, Bo b D ie tz '-+-+, E. E. Tra ut w e in '-W, R P . bieff e nbach ' 39, E. C. l:3urk e '-U, 11. G. H an d ley ' 33, J. F. H e lm e ri c h s '22, E. R A bb ott '2-+, L. A. Fi s h e r ' 25, F. ::\11. ](rill '-+3.

Texas Sec tion

Th e T e xa s Sectio n m e t a t Hou s ton, Tex., a t th e \ IVin g ate M ex ica n Re s ta ura n t at 6 :00 p.m. on Oc t. 30, at t h e ca ll o f C h a irman K. F. H asse lm ann. Th e p ur po se o f th e m ee tin g \I'as to h ono r Ed \l'a rd D. L Y 1~ ton '1 2, yi s it in g pr es id e nt of th e Lo s r\ n ge les, Ca l. c hapt e r a nd a lso to di sc u ss futur e acti viti es of th e loc a l g r o u p. Afte r the din n e r ,: K ar l ca lle d th e m ee ti n g to o rd e r and ca ll e d atte ntion to t h e fact th a t t h e c h apter wa s n ot fo r111 a ll y or ga niz e d a nd h a d not se t m ee t in g dat es o r b y -law s . I t lI'a s ag r ee d that a co m mitte e b e formed to con s id e r th e matt e r of by -Iall' s, s tag or l11ix e dm ee tin gs , d an ces , an d purpo se of t h e or ga ni za tion, th e committe e to inform t h e loca l sec t io n of it s d ec is ion s b y m a il fi,'e day s p ri o r to th e m ee tin g dat e. Th e r e w as ge n e r a l di sc u ss ion co nc e rnin g the r e latio n s h ip of th e A lumni Assoc ia tion a nd t h e Sc h oo l a nd th e com mitt ee ,'ot ed to e xt e nd a yot e of thank s to F. C. Sc hn e(' b c r ge r for h is tim e and effort in furth e rin g th e act il'ities of th e Asso c iation. K a rl th e n intr od uce d T e d Lynton, pr es id e nt of th e Los A n ge les c hapt e r of t h e As s ociation, \I' h o told t h e g roup of th e activit ies of hi s c h apt e r a n d of hi s exp e ri e nc es in No rth A fri ca w hil e a c ivi lian attac h e with t h e U .S. A rm y S p ec ial Se n ' ices. Tho s e attend in g th e m ee tin g w e r e : E . D. Lynto n ' 12, R. c. G r a h am '31, O. K Holman '3 7, 11. C. Luck y '20, C. A, Sc ha ffe r Jr . '-+2 , J. S pa ldin g '39, Lt. T. 11. T h om es '-+0, 1. YV . Alco rn '22, K, F. H a sse lmann '2 5, J. E. J e tt e :'C-'2-+, \V. M. Pic kl es '32, :'1. R. S pa hr '36, Ronald War d '25.

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Chicago Section Reported by M, E, Nickel '38

Si nc e May th e C hi ca g o Sec tio n has b ee n h oldin g w ee kl y noo n d ay lun c h e on s eac h r rida y at 12 :1.:; p .m. in t h e M e n' s G rill of Mar s h all Fi e ld & C ompany, 25 Eas t\IVa s hin g to n a\'e nu e , C hi ca g o, TIl. A ll A lu mn i in C hi cag o and a ll v is itin g a lu mn i a ;' e co rdi a ll y in v it ed t o attend th ese lun c h eo n s . Th e C hi cago Sec tion of th e Mi ss our i School of Min es Al umni A ss oc iat ion h e ld th e ir fir s t Get-toget h e r o f t h e 19-+5 -+6 se a s on on Fr ida y eveni n g, Nov. 2, 19-+5, \\' h ich wa s att e nd e d by fift y -two :'I S M A lu mni. D ea n C urt is L Wil s on wa s Our hono re d g u es t a nd h is mo s t in s pi r in g ta lk w as e njoye d b y a ll. \ Ve ce rt a inly fee l th at th e sc hool is g oin g p lace s in th e pos t-II' ar yea rs as ,\'as out lin ed b y Dea n \ Vil so n in hi s m ess age to us o n w ha t t h e pl a n s a nd h op es a re fo r t h e fut ur e o f th e Mi ss ou r i Sc h oo l of Min es . Th e e nt hu s ia s m h e lef t amon g t h e C hi cago A lumni h a s in s till ed a ke ene r in teres t in t h e o r g an iza ti o n w hi c h w ill b e m o s t e ffectiv e in co ntin uin g it s g r owt h.

O n e of th e mo s t e n co ura g in g thin gs of th e m ee t in g wa s t h e lin e re pr ese nt a ti o n of c la sses of t h e al umni th a t w e re p rese n t. Th e fifty - two a lu mni re pr ese nt ed a s p r ea d o f thir t y -

fi ve yea rs from 1909 to 19-+-+ a nd only e ig h t of th e thirty-five c la ss es, or y ea rs , durin g t hi s p e riod w e r e wi th o ut re pr ese ntat ion . '\IVe w e r e a ls o h a pp y to see in atte nd anc e fiv e of t h e b oys from M il wa u ke e (M, E. Nev in s 41, R ex Monroe '32, Lt. f\. L. Sc h a lle r '40, Vi . B us c h '42 and A. L. St e wa rt '-+2.) L ike wi se th e re we r e se v e r a l o th e r s , s uc h as Lawr e n ce Co llin s ' 1-+, who ha d quit e a di s ta n ce to co m e for th e m ee tin g , A ll th e o ut of to wn a lu mni a nd t h e r e lati ve ly n ewcom e rs to t h e C hi cago Sectio n we r e introd u ce d an d ca ll e d u pon lo say a fe w word s . As is c u s to m a r y e l'e ry tl-l'O yea r s, a n ew g roup o f offi ce r s and exec u t ive bo a r dm el11b e r s fo r th e C hi ca g o Sect ion w e r e nominated a nd e lec te d at th e m ee ti n g . T h e ir w h o le- h eart ed s upport wa s s hown b y th e g roup fo r th e y we r e e le ct e dunanimou s ly . Th e n e w ly elec te d office r s fo r 1946 an d 19-+7 a re as fol low s : C h airman, L , E , G ra fft '3 7; V ice C ha ir man, C. A . \ t\Ta ll s '2-+; Sec reta r y- Tr ea s u r e r, E. H . Cook '27; Exec u ti ve Co mmit tee : G. E. J o hn s on ' 16, R H. P ie t sc h '20; R A . Lindg r e n '23, \ iIl. Sc hw e idkh a rd t '28, T. J. Dov e r '3 0, M. E. )Jicke l '38. D ur in g th e c o ur se of t h e m ee ti n g, it wa s ca ll ed to t h e a tt e ntion of th e C h icago A lumni that th e Am e ri ca n In s t itu te of l'IIinin g a nd M e ta llur g ica l E n g in ee r s had a nno u n ce d th a t t h e s ce n e of th e I n s titut e ·s a nnu a l F e bru a r y m ee tin g I,v ou ld b e h e ld in C hi ca g o in s tea d of New Yo rk a s ha s a lway s b ee n t h e case in t h e pa s t. Th e dat e of th e m ee tin g is se t fo r F e b. 2,)-28 inc lu s i\" e. Thi s n e w s wa s ve r y we ll v iew e d by th e a lu mni and ini t ia l s te p s w e r e tak e n for fo r m ul atin g co mmittees to wo rk o ut d e tai ls fo r s po n s o rin g th e s ocia l fun c tion s of t h e m ee tin g . \ IVe w is h to a nnoun ce t hat th e C hi cago Sect ion \I·ill act a s h o st t o a ll v is itin g MSM al um ni a nd as s oo n a s d efi nit e p la n s ca n b e mad e , we w ill se nd o ut s p ec ial im' itatio n s to a ll a lumni. T hi s is ju s t a r e mind e r. Yo u don·t lI'a nt t o pass u p th e s m oke r th e C h ica g o S ec tion wil l h o ld in t h is co n n ec tio n. Th e follo \l'in g :'I S i\I C hi cago Sec tio n A lu mni a tt e nd ed: D r C urti s L. \ Vilson J. E . H arrod '35 R. H. 13 . B utl e r '09 H . K. H oyt '30'; r\. Det w ei le r ' 10 D. R. How e rlon '35 E. C. McFadd e n '11 L. E. Grafft '37 R. H. M a l'ee l y '12 'IN . L. Do nn e l ly '37 c. In g ram ' 13 P. E. S il ve l' '37 \IV . R. Knopp e nb e r ge r '1 3 C. L. Clayto n '38 C. Collin s '1-+ M. E. N ic k e l '38 G . E . John s on '16 K Tu c k e tt '39 J W. Scott ' 18 L. R Hink e n '-+0 R H, Pi e t sc h ·20 R. S. St e wa rt '-+0 P. E. Fi sc h e r '23 Lt. A. L. Sc h a ll e r ' ~ O A, Dev e re ux'2-+ i\1. E. N e l';ns '-+1 C. A. Wa ll s '2-+ .1. Du sz a '-+1 \ ,V. Godwi n '25 H. B. B ut e '-+2 Erw in G al11 m e t e r '26 \ V. B usc h '42 E. H. Co ok '27 E. C. Ca n a ry '-+2 \V . Sc hw e idkhardt '28 J. S mith '-+2 T. H. Gr ee n ·29 A . L Stewa rt '-+2 C. \ IV. Tohn s o n '29 H. Li gge tt '-+2 R. S . IZa uffm a n '29 Ir e n e Davi s '-+3 E. R Kirn '29 L W Hi g ley '-+3 T. J. Dover '3 0 L E. R o sse r '-+3 \IV . \IV il s o n '-+3 A. 'c. Krol l '3 2 Rex Man ro e ' 32 \\I. J. Ba rn e tt '-+-+ H . B ie r ma n '33 A . P lo esse r '-+-+ W. H, S in g '3 3

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T h e Depa rtm ent of E lectrica l E ng in eerin g occupi es ha lf of th e ma in floor a nd ba s em ent of Norwo od Ha ll , the la r ges t buildin g on th e camp us. T he e lectri ca l pow e r a nd mach in e ry la bora tor y faci l iti es ar e lo cat ed in t wo la r ge ba s em e n t room s wh ich a r e we ll eq ui pped w ith a lternati n g a nd direct c urr e nt g e ne r a to r s an d motor s , conve rt e r s, tr a n s form e r s, s e rvo s y s t em s, a nd both power a nd elect r o ni c ty pes of machin e co ntr o l sy st e m s. Expe rim e nt a l s tud y of w ir e and radio comm uni cat io n s y s tem s is affo rd e d b y two PROF. F. H . FRAME la bora to ri es on the main floor , whe r e t es t s may be mad e on bas ic c ir c uit s a s w e ll a s co mm e rcia l form s of comm uni cat ion appa ra tu s . Mo d e rn e quipm e nt e nab les tn e s tud e nt to m a ke e x ha us tive s t udi es of a ll ty pes of comm uni ca tion ci rcuit s from low-fre qu e nc y n e twor ks t hr o ug h ultra-hi g h fr equ en cy sys tem s. S om e r ec e nt a ddition s to th e d e partm e nt laboratori es inc lud e a hi g h capacity ig nitron r e ctifi e r unit , a pr e c ip itron , a n in du s tria l r -f hea te r , a nd a 500-\ovatt co m m e r cial ra di o tran smitt e r. G ra du at e wo rk leadin g to th e d eg r ee of Ma s te r of Sci e nc e in E lect ri ca l E n g in ee rin g is offered b y thi s d e pa rtm e n t. T he s taff of th e E lec tri ca l E n g in ee rin g d epa r t m e nt at p r ese nt con s is t s of F. H. F r am e, profess or of E lect ri ca l E n g in ee rin g and chai rm a n of th e d epartm e n t ; 1. H. Love tt , profess or of E le c tri ca l E ng in ee rin g ; J. St ua r t John s o n, a ss is tant profess or of E le c tri ca l En g in ee r in g ; a nd e. T. A . Johnk, in s t ru c tor of E lect ri ca l E n g in ee rin g. Prof. F rame is a g radu at e of Clar k Co ll ege a n d th e '-"'01'ces t e r Po ly t ec hni c In s titut e, a nd wa s a m ember of t he P h y-

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it e m s ar e brou g ht to th e a tt e ntion of p rop e r a lumni officia ls for inclu s ion in th e A lu m nu s. Pres id e nt Sc hn ee be r g er th e n a ddr esse d th e b a nqu e t poi ntin g out s ome of t he thin gs th e A Il1 m ni A ss ociation co uld d o to h e lp th e Sc hool. F r ed urged coop e ration on th e part of eve ry bod y in buildin g up the A lu mni A ss ociation a nd in wo rkin g in harmony w ith School officia ls. H e s tat e d that th e A lu m ni Ass ociation and th e Sc hool official s w e re now o n a mor e coop e rati ve bas is t han th ey ha ve bee n in th e pa s t a nd he ur ge d ev e ryone to work to g et he r to keep it tha t way. Fred a ls o told of th e nee d of c ertain d e partme nt s on th e camp us s uch a s pow e r la bora tory e quipm e nt in th e D e pa r tm ent of Mec hani ca l En g in ee rin g ; he as k ed th e coop e rat ion o f th e a lu mni in se cu rin g n ecessary e q ui pm e nt. T urnin g to foo tb a ll , C ha irma n V'lilliams ca ll ed upon fir s t Coach D w ig ht Hafe li w ho to ld of th e mat e ria l w it h w hi c h h e had work ed dur in g th e la s t y ea r. A ll w er e yo un g m e n wit h no ex peri e nc e in co ll e ge foot ba ll. How eve r, practica ll y a ll of th e m s hould be ba ck n ex t y ea r w hi c h wo uld g ive a be tt e r nucl e us a ro und w hi c h to build th a n h e had th is ye ar. Lt. ( sg ) Ga le B ull ma n, ju s t back from mi li ta r v se r vice w it h th e na v y, a ls o a ddr esse d th e g a th e rin g. Ga l ~ poi n t e d out th a t to g et football mat e ri al is not e no ug h. Th ese b o ys mu s t b e potentia l e n g in ee rs if th ey ar e g oi ng to m a ke the g rad e at MSM a nd to r e m a in th e four ye a r s necessa ry to ma k e a n acco mpli s h ed footb a ll p la y er. P rof. F . E . D e nni e s pok e a lo n g th e sam e lin es a s Coac h B ullm a n on th e ne c ess it y o f hav in g boy s capa ble of ca rry in g the wo rk a s w e ll a s ca rry in g a fo otball and pr edict e d that w he n th e e nrollm e nt g o es up to norma l pre-war fi g ur es MSM co uld look forward to football t eam s th at wo uld h old

s ics d e pa r tm e nt be for e h e tau g ht e lec trica l e n g in ee rin g a.t th e Mi ss ouri Sc hool of Mi n es. H e h as b ee n c ha irman of t he d e partm e nt s in ce 1925. Prof. F r a m e is a m em be r of th e AA AA , th e A m e ri can In s titut e of E le ct ri ca l En g in ee r s, t h e Ins titut e of Radio E n g in ee r s, th e S o cie ty fo r th e P romotion of E n g ine e rin g Ed uca tion , S ig ma X i, a nd P hi Kappa P hi. Prof. Lov e tt r ece ive d h is bach e lor's d eg r ee from t h e M ass ac hu setts In s titut e of T ec hn o lo g y, and hi s M.S . d egr ee from th e U ni ve r s ity of :M ichi g a n. H e ha s b ee n wi th t h e Commonwea lth E di s on Compan y of Chi cag o, th e s w it c hb oa r d e n g in ee rin g d e partm e nt of W es t in g h o use E le ct ri ca l Mf g. Co., and t he e lec tri ca l d es ig n d epa r tm e nt of th e Ne w En g la nd Powe r Co. P r ev ious to teac hin g at MSM, P rof. Love tt t a ug ht elec tric a l e n g in ee ri n g at th e vVo r c es t er Po lyte c hni c In s titut e. H e is a m em b e r of th e Am e rican In s ti t ut e of E le ct ri ca i E n g in ee r s, th e So c ie ty for t h e Promot ion o f E n g in ee rin g E du ca tio n , th e M iss ouri Acad em y of S c ie nc e, an d t h e M iss o uri So ciet y of Profess iona l E n g in ee r s. P ro f. Jo hn s on g ra du at e d w ith a B.S. d eg r ee from t he U n ive r s ity of Mi ss o uri, w h er e h e wa s a ls o s ub se qu e ntl y awa rd ed hi s :M. S . d egr ee. H e r ece ive d h is P h .D. d egr ee from th e Iowa State Col lege. H e tau g h t e le ct ri ca l e n g in ee rin g a nd m e cha ni cs at Iowa Stat e Co ll ege, a nd h as don e e n g in ee rin g wo rk fo r t he G e ne r a l E lectric Co. , to w hi ch h e contri bu te d s om e nota bl e indu c tion ma c hin e d es ig ns . H e is a m emb e r of th e Am e r ican In s tit u t e of E le ctri ca l E n g in ee r s, Si g ma X i, a nd Tau B e ta P i. Dr. John s o n is now on leave of a b se nc e f rom th e E lec trica l E n g in ee rin g d e partme nt a s a li eute nant (j g ) in t he navy. Mr. Jo hnk r ece ive d a B .S . d egr ee from S hurtl e ff Coll ege a nd a d egr ee in e lec trica l e n g in ee rin g from t h e Mi ss ou ri Sc hool of Min es. H e ha s b ee n w ith th e R CA Mf g. Co. a s d es ig n e n g in ee r in t he ir ant e nna a nd p ha s in g div is ion, a n d ta ug h t pr e -rada r for t h e S ig nal Corps E nii s t e d R ese r ve Corp s b e fo r e b ecomi n g an in s tr ucto r at M S M. H e is a m em b e r of Ph i Kappa P hi a nd Tau B e ta Pi honorary frat ernit ies . M r. J ohnk ha s r ece n tl y r e t urn ed from service w ith th e navy a s e n g in ee r for t h e N a va l Ordna n ce La borato r y . ( Co ntinued fr om Pag e 2)

th e ir own w ith th e t ea m s w it h w hi ch th ey p la y . H. D. T ho ma s '28 a ls o s pok e bri efl y on th e n ee d fo r foot ba ll mat e ria l an d m e t hod s of sec urin g it. A lu mni att e ndin g th e c e lebratio n ar e li s t e d h er ewit h: V e rnon A s h e r, A ndr ew A y lwa rd , A. E. Ba rn a rd , '0l . A . Ba un s ta rk, John B e r wic k, R B rook s hir e, A. W. Br un e, J. B. Butle r, E. W . Car lto n, C h a rl es Clay ton, J. E. Co uc h, H. E. Davi s on , G. Dite nholfe r, A. T. D unham, Tom F inl ey, Dick Fo llowi ll, Ja c k Forb es, \ "l. S . Frame, H. T. Gi bb o ns, E . e. Go e t emann , W. J. Goo d w in , H. R Han ley, Hu g h Harn ess , B il l He d ges , A. R H e r zo g , E d Ho ll a nd , Ru sse ll Ho ll a nd e r , W. A. Hubb a rd, R O . Ka s t e n, V e rnon K as t e n, Howard Ka t z, Jam es Katz, A I K id w e ll , \ "l. M . K in g , F. K K y le, e. 'vV. Lam e r s, S . H . Lloy d , Wa rr e n Lov e rid ge, F. T. M cC ra e, R . \ "l. l\II cFa rl a nd , J. VV. McLa u g hlin , T e d Ma c hin, e. e. Ma rx e r, F r ed Matlo ck, A. J. M il es , Jimm y M ill e r, P. E . Moo r e, Vi . H. Mur ra y , R A. Po hl , F. B . Powe ll , J. D. Powe ll , VV. H . P ow e ll, R lvI. R a nkin, R P . Ro e pk e, B ill Ro llm a n, N . A . S c h m idt , F. e. Sc hn ee be r ge r, E . P . Sc hn e id e r, L. H. S c hu e tt e, Toots S c hu ma n, J.\"l. Scott, Ea rl S ha nk, F . P. Smit h, D . J. S tock e r, J. T. S t urm, M . E . S uhr e, B ill Ta gge rt, H. D. Thoma s, A. J. Tiefe nbrun, Ca rl V on '\"lehrd e n, D . F. \"la ls h , C har les \ ·' la rd , J. E . VVeb e r, S hea rin \ "lebe r, H. F.'v'le be r s, B . E . \"leidl e, R Z . \ "lil lia m s, J oh n M. vVi li s on, Ja cqu es Zo ll e r. Fac ulty m e m be rs w ho att e nd ed w e r e : e. B lac k, Cla rk Bo y d, D. G. B ullm a n, M. H. Ca gg, e. \"l. Es hb a u g h , J. D. Fo rr es ter, O . R G raw e, G. R G u innup, D . L. Haf eli , P. G. Herold, O . A . H e nnin g, N o e l Hubb a rd , L. L eave r, A. L egs din. e. Man n , A. Mars h, e. J. Mon ro e, \1'' '. T. Sc hr e nk , R L. W h iti n g , D ea n e. L. \<Vil s o n , R H. You n g .


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J ' lI ilippin s. T h ey h ad a s mal l ba ttlc, Ijo b wit h hi s co mpa n y of combat e ;, g in ce rs , and a n other l ie ut e nant with a c ompan y of infa ntr y of th e Ij h ilippin e a rm y. T h e n th ey withdr e w and t h ey w e r c b ac k o f t h e .l ap lin cs fo r 33 da ys. Dob ca m e int o C r reg idor on J an. 2-~ fr o m th e so ut h and then joi n d t h e A111e r ica n fo r ce. aga in on 13a taa n four d ays late r. Th e b oys \N r c to g t h e r for a few m inu tes o n Hata a n a nd Gene said th a t 110b wanted to ge t a I ~ R g u n and tak e Fre n II leav e, go in g in to t h jun g le and hu nti n g .l a p s a s h c b eca m e s o e nra ge d at th e in h u ma n t re at m e n t t h e .lap . w e re s howi n g th e A ill e r i a n b oy s. T h y s tay e d o n Hataan un t il Ap r il 9, w h e n Ge n . K in g s urr e nd e re d to th .l ap s . 130 th boys w c r e amo n g- t h e fi r s t to marc h o u t in t h famo us D ea t h M a r c h of Ha taan, mar c h in g t o Ca mp O'Do n n e ll w h e r e t h e y w e r e to b e r e tai n ed a s p ri o n e rs. O n t h e way out, t h e .l aps w e re pass in g a ll t il t im e, ru s h in g dow n towa rd Ma r e va l s w h e re t h ey w e re organiz in g th e ir a ttac k a g a in s t Co r r e ido r. T h e di s ta n ce from w h e re t h ey w e r e to aillp O 'Do nn e ll wa s o n ly a b o ut 35 m il es. How e v e r, t h e A lil e r ica n t r oop s h ad b ee n o n h a lf ratio n s s in ce th e fi rs t of th c yea r. T h e y h ad rece ived no food a t all for t hr ee o r fou r d ays b e fo r e t h ey s u r r e n d e red a n d t h ey w e r e g ive n n e it h c r fo d n o r wate r dur in g t h e D ca t ll :Ma r c h . T h e .l a ps put th e m in to g r o u p of 100 fo r th e ma r c h o u t of t h e p e n in s u la. If t h (; j ap s d ec id ed to s top , t il e bo ys Wei" ta ke n o u t in to a n 0 1 n fi e ld in bun c h s a nd w e re pa c ke d so c lo sc to gc t h e r t h ey cO L;ld not l ie dow n an d rcs t. Th ey had to k e p s ta n di n g in th e t rri fi ca lly h ot s un . T h ey w e r c g ive n w h at wa s commo n ly d cs ig n a te d b y t h e bo ys on t h e ma r c h as t h e " s un t r catlIl e n t. " T h ey wou ld b e k e pt in t h esc hu dd lcd g r oup s [or t h r e or four h o ur s ; sO lli e of th e m pa sse d out, SOIli C di ed of thi rs t , s om of t h c m picked up a n d ,,-a lk e d a ga in . r h e least in f r ac ti o n o f ru le;; r cs ul tcd in seve r e b eat in gs, and th e r u les w e re a r bi t ra r y d ec is ion s of t h c .l aps. If t h c m e n be ca m ex h a us te d a nd d r oppe d , t h ey w e re for ce d to ge t up or they f\ve rc neve r see n agai n."

Ge n tated th at h e s aw a n office r fa ll ex h a u s t e d. H e wa s k ic k ed, s t ru c k a n d b eate n bu t h e co uld not ri se to hi s f ee t. H -:: "o t o n to h is h a n d s and kn ec. an d wa s p u s h ed a lo n g b y j apa nese thru s t in g a b ayo n e t ill to hi s re a r. F in a ll y ll c d r op pe d a n d wa s ne vc r sce n a g ain. C e n sa id t h a t i t wa s luc ky tkl t h e and Bo b w e n t o ut w it h th e fi rs t g ro u p as t h e "N ip . g ot mo re h o s ti le as tim c w e n t on. " T h c fi rs t c o u p le of d ay s t h ey di d n ot pay too llIu c h a tt e ntion; latc r t h e b eati n gs. ta rt ed and s ome of t h e m e n w e r e b u r ic d a l iv c. If t h ey b ca m e cx h au s t d, t h ey w e r to sse d int o a g rave a nd d ir t t h r own ove r th e m, w hil o b v io us ly s t ill livi n Ge n e, hi m s If, pa sse d o ut o n t h e fi rs t da y of t h c llIar c h & 11 officc r wa s able to a n d, fort un at c ly for hinl , a 'T cxas n ag dow n a h lip ill o tr u c k Ir ivc r and s nca k G n c in to t h t r uc k, w h e re h c wa s ha u le d to Sa n F e r na ndo. Lat c r o n if tI, is had b ce n di sc vc n ;d, t h e , o ld ie l' in vo l vc d wo uld h av c b ee ll s h ot r ig h t t h re . VV at r, evc n w h c n avai lable wa s oftcn not per ill itt ed . Occasio na ll y t h ey wou ld CO ill e up o n a n 8 r te s ia n w II. T h (; fe ll ows wou ld br ca k a nd s ta mp e d c for t h e wat e r. om tim c. th l: Jap s wou ld let t h e ll l h,II' e it and s ometilll s th ey II' uld n o t. OIll C dr a nk th e b ac k wat e r from Man ila Hay, ca rry in g sa lt a nd s t e n c h fr o m d a d I dic s in th c Bay. M a ny of th II le n lied fr o m d r inkin g thi s wat r. e n e sa w on e fc ll ow try t o 'Olll ill it s ui c id b y junlpill !, into a pig ,,路a llow. T h Japan-(;sc too k up a ll ca nt l: ' n s , but Ho b IV a, lu c ky e n o u g h to havc h idde ll h is canteen u nd e r I, is s hirt until t h cy s ta rt cd t h e n lar c h . H c did h avc s m wate r. Gene, h im sc lf, did no t re ll1 Ili b e r to m uc h about t h e nlar c h, say in g t h a t h w as ill II I re or I S5 of a d aze. T he first attc ll l]) t t h e .l ap,; nlad\: to ke d th e nl wa s w h c n t hey got to Sa n F e rll an d o, a t th c c lld f t i, e march . II of th c .so ld iers w c n ; h e rd ' d int a \' cry ' "Iall wi re c nc los ur a nd

w e r e g iv e n a b o u t a t eac up fu ll of cooked ric e a nd s om e s a lt. 130b at c h is wit h re lis h, but Gene wa s s o ex h a us t d a nd u pse t t h at h e could not cat hi s ri e. - Th e bo ys on Co rr eg idor, knowin g that t h e Bataa n s u rre nd e r h a d ta k e n p lace and th e nlc n we r e marc h in g o u t, h e ld th c ir g unfi r e fo r about a w ec k un ti l th e m e ri can boy co u ld g(; t out of t he tip of t h e p e ni n s ula. B u t t h e .lap fi re fi na ll y b eca m c s o inte n sc a ga in s t or rcg idor t h at t h e Am r ican b oy. had to res po n d . Th e japs h ad mou n t cd t h e ir g un s aro un d a h os pi tal w h e r a la r ge num b e r of Am c ri can wou n d c d we r c ho use d, s o thatt h c Amcrica n b oy. o n Co rr egido r in s h oo tin g b ack a t th e Jap s wo uld s t r ik e t h h o s pi ta l. Th e j a ps a lso ma d th Ame r ica n b oy s wo r k o n t h e g Ull e m p lacc m e nt s . t th e c nd o f t h e m a r c h, t h c boys w e re imp r is o ncd at C a m p O ' Do nn c ll w h e r c G e n e an d J30 b g o t to gc t h e r agai n . 130 th bo ys s a id Camp O' Do nn c l1 wa s t h e h o rro r s pot of it a l l. Th c food was ri ce . to re d fo r ye a rs , mo uld y a n d full f wecvi ls . T h e b oys did not know h ow to cook it a nd it wa s ea t c n h a l f raw. T h c re wa p ractica lly no m cat. Bo b sa id , "Th e fi r s t day t h c m eat ca m e, it was in t h form of th rc' cal vcs t hat w e r e driv c n in to t h e camp; a nd t h at wa s th c da y I left. " Ge n c la u g h cd, "Ycs , and on c of t h e m g ot a way a nd t h c .l ap s wo ul d n ot le t u s c ha se it. " I n t h at camp t h e r (; w c re b e tw ec n 8000 a nd 9000 Am ri ca n s a nd a p p r o x imat c ly -\3,000 F ili p in os . T h o se two ca l vcs did not g o ve r y fa r . I; r o m 'amp O'Do nn c l1 Ho b s ta r te d o n pe r h ap . h is weirdcs t a d vc ntur e. O n Ma y 20, a n in te r p r e te r fr o m G c n. H om m a ca m c to hi m and to ld hi m h e was to b e sc n t to Ma nil a. I ~ob d id no t kn ow w h at to t hin k. A s t h cy wa lk ed u p to t h Cil r I ~ob wa s a s k e d by t h c in te r p re t 路r if h e h a d eve r b cc n in t h c s o ut h c rn part of t h e is la nd . Ilob sa id h e d id n ot r c m c mb e r fo r s u re. T h c in te rpr e t c r lau g h ed a nd to ld h im h e h a d b ee n . " Th c int e rpr e te r wa s th c only gc nt lc ma n j ap T cve r ran into:' Hob d cc la r d. "He had b ee n c du cat e d in America a nd h e tr cat c d m e we ll. H e had a s is t e r in Lo s A n g Ie ;, b u t of co ur sc h e wante d to usc m e whi c h wa s t h e mai n r ca so n for b e ing' fri e nd ly." Ho b w c n t by ca r from amp O'Do nn e ll t Ma ni la , a di s ta n ce of abo u t J20 mi lcs . Wit h hi m w c n t Fi l ip ino Ma j . Ge n . F r a n c isco w ho h a d b ee n in c h a r g of t hc I' h ilippi n c Co n s ta bul a r y. T h cy w c r c ta k e n to G c n. \ Vai n w r ig h t's q ua r tc rs in t h U ni ve rs it y C lub ap ar t m c nt s a b o ut t hr ec o r fo ur o' c lo c k in th af t rn oon . Th e Genc ra l see m c d b ro k c n u p o ve r t h . s urr c nd e r a nd hc was un d e r a lot of pr css ur c from t h c J ap s a bo u t t h c SUIT 11 d r in g of o th e r u nit s on t h c is lan d . A ls o, h e d id n ot k n ow w hat wo u ld h app c n to hi s m e n o n C or r eg ido r as t h c .l ap s We re t hr ca te nin g to go a h ea d and s h c ll it. T h c Ge n r a l wa . in a h or r ib lc po s ition. Ho b a nd G c n . F ran c isco told Gen. vVa inw ri g h t a b o u t t h c I)ataan s ur r c nd er, t h d ca t h mar c h a n d t h c co nd iti o n s a t O' l)o nn c ll and abo ut h ow t h e m c n we r c d y in g. 'H e t o ld nit h a d com u p to ' I)onn II h o w th e Fi l ipi n o Rcel e r o s . a nd t h e .l a p ., t u r :1 ed t h c m away an d wo u ld n ot Ic t t he lll co m e in . I-Ie re lliai ned at Gell. \ .\fa ill w r ig h t's h ea d q uarters for four d ay, w he n th c Ge n ra l to ld h im t h at h c, Gc n . Fra nc isco an d I,t. Co l. J ohnny I' ug h , wh o wa s Gcn. \ ,Vainwri g h t' . aidc, were to g o into th e so uth ' rn pa rt o f I ,u zo n a nd co nt ac t th e g u ' rri ll a, ope ra tin g in that a rea a nd tak th c m Gc n . \ ainwri g h t' s orde r s to s urr e nd e r. M aj. e n . F ra n c isco wrot 路 a s upp ic m c nt a r)' o r d c r wh ic h h e gave to Iiob, and Co l. I'u g h lik ew ise wro te a n o rd r ilil p wcrin g h im to ac t as CCIl. \ Vai nwri g ht' s ag(; nt. T h e t lir e o f t li (;lIl wenl d w n to I.ega s ti in t h e so u th e rn II 10s t co rn e r of I, uzo n, IIlakin g th trip in a .l a p tr a n ,po rt pla ne. I~: r o m I.egas ti t h Y I e nt to Naga w h e r Hob had l)rc I' io u ,; ly wor k 'c1 ill b lo wi n g up the bri d gcs in th e fir ;, [ pa rt of th (; war. Ge n . I : ran c i ~co a nd 0 1. P u g h se t o u t in o n ' d irec ti o n ilnd I ~ob . t out a lo n e in th e ot h e r. ( T o be

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in g t he games, I ob se r ve d a b ig improveme nt in th e ir pl ay as game fo ll ow ed g am e. Th ese kid s have s hown that t hey ha ve t he g ut s and t he ri g ht s pirit, a nd in a ddition th ey have mad e co n s id er abl e sac rifi ce to p lay . I say th ey d ese rve a lot of c re dit alon g w ith th e Coach. No w that I have that off m y c hes t, I w ill tr y to m a ke a s uggest ion th a t I b eli eve will h e lp th e Coa ch. To day eve ry c oll ege w ith w hi ch we co mp e t e bol s t er s th e ir at hl e ti c t ea m s by g iv in g a id to th e athl e t es, who wo uld b y r eas on of lo ca tion o r ot h e r edu ca tion a l des ir es, g o to s om e other co ll ege. In oth e r word s, th ey g o out a nd ge t th em. Thi s is don e b y var iou s m e thod s, s uc h a s s c holar s hip s, job s, kind-h ea r te d wea lth y a lumni , s umm e r jobs, e tc. T he r efo re, if w e exp ec t to comp e t e w ith the se co ll eges on eve n t erm s, we have to do th e sam e thin g; that is, if w e d es ir e to have our t ea m s w in th e ir fair s har e of g am es. As th e re a r e no sc hool job s ava il a bl e h e re that amount to mu c h , a nd our m e n ca nnot play footb a ll , wo rk downto w n and a ls o kee p up th e ir sc hola s tic work , th er e is but on e thin g' le ft to do, a nd th at is to pro v id e sc holar s hip s. Th e b e tt e r th e tea m s you d es ir e, th e mor e sc holar s hip s are nee d ed; a nd , re m e mb e r , no coac h is a mi rac le m a n, no on e ca n m ake so m e thin g out of nothin g. It tak es mat e ri a l a nd lots of it to mak e a go od fo otball t ea m. If we have a clo sed fi e ld an d li g ht s, a lon g with g ood t ea m s that wo uld att ra ct atte nd a nce from a ll o ve r thi s part of th e State, it wo uld no t b e lon g b efor e th e A thl e tic Assoc iation wo uld be a bl e to fi nan ce s om e s c hol a rs hip s from th e ir own in come. B ut, in t h e m eantim e,

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sc hol a r s hip s mu s t be p ro v id ed by th e a lu mni a nd loca l me rc ha nt s. I be li eve th e Coac h s ho uld be a ll owe d to c h oose t h e rec ipi e nt s of th ese sc h o lar s hip s. He kno w s b es t w h at ty p e boy h e n ee d s. T he a lumni co uld h e lp b y ca llin g th e Coach's a tt e ntion to a n y t op n otc h b oy w h o ca m e to t he ir atte ntion, A ls o , t hey s ho uld, b efo r e brin g in g th e b oy to th e Coac h's a tt e nti on, in ves ti gate hi s s c h o la r s hi p po ss ibili tie s a nd h is financial s tandin g , as t he c la ss of sc hol a r s hip n ecess a r y d epe nd s a g r ea t d e a l up o n th e la tt e r. F ina ll y, le t m e say, let' s n ot try for bi g - time teams . Co ndi t ion s fo r s uc h t ea m s a re not s uitabl e h er e; fir s t, our boys have n' t th e tim e it ta kes fo r s uc h t eams to prac ti ce; we a re in::t s mall com munit y wh e r e wo r t h w hil e job s a r e sca r c e as h e ns' tee th , and th ird, our a lu mni ar e limit e d. It ta k es R EAL DOUGH a nd th e n e ndl ess p rac tic e. I would li ke to see th e sc hoo l ta \,e up s u ch a s lo ga n as "A th le ti cs for th e E njo y m e nt of th e Pla ye r s" a nd s to p t he "G ra nd Sta nd Co ac hin g." If a coac h , base d o n th e c la ss a nd th e amo unt of mat erial he ha s, is d o in g a g ood job of t eac hin g th e bo ys g ood footba ll a nd· th e tea m is doin g a c r editabl e job on t h e fie ld v;hil e at th e sa m e tim e e njo y in g th e compe tition , I think we s hould co mp lim e n t th e Coach rathe r than to try to ge t hi m fi r ed. AE d d o not say thi s is s our gra p es for I ' m d---- g lad I'm o u t of coac hin g.

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H e rb e rt P. Br uesc hk e '42 wa s m a rri ed to B e tty H ewitt of Ea s t St. Lo ui s, Ill., on Oc t. 10. T hey ar e li v in g' a t 53 1 Wa s hin g ton pla ce, Ea s t S t. Loui s. H e rb e rt is no w e mplo ye d by th e A luminum O re Compa n y . vVhile on t h e campu s, H e rb was a m emb e r of K ap pa S ig ma frat e rnity , A lph a C hi Si g ma, A m e ri ca n In s titut e of C h e mica l E n g in ee r s, S tud e nt Co un c il a nd Rol lamo -Min e r Board of Control.

Maj . V . T. Lo esi n g '42 and M iss E li za b e th P hil mo re E dwa rd s, dau g ht e r oi M r s. E d gar Phi lmor e Edwa rd s of G uilfo rd Coll ege, N .C., we r e marri ed Se pt. 14 a t G r ee nboro, N .C. Th e brid e's mot h e r is profess or of Hom e Eco nomi cs at t h e w ome n' s co ll ege at t he U ni ve rs it y of No rth Caro lin a a nd the brid e is a g ra duat e of th e U ni ve r s it y of N orth Ca rolin a w it h th e c la ss o f '42, m a jorin g in E n g li s h. Ve rnon , on g raduatin g in 1942, immedi ate ly e n ter ed th e a rmy t hrou g h th e E n g in ee r Re se r ve Corps a nd is now a major w ith se ve ral month s of se r v ice ove r sea s. O n the campu s he wa s a m e m b e r of Tau B e ta Pi, B lu e Key and T he ta T a u. Du ri n g hi s military se r v ice h e won th e B ron ze S tar and on e Oa k L ea f Cluste r. Ver non a nd hi s bride v is it e d th e cam pu s Sept. 28. Th ey h ave b ee n v is itin g Ve rnon' s pare nt s in St. Loui s a nd Ve rnon is exp ec tin g hi s di sc ha r ge from th e a rm ed forc es in t he n ea r futur e. Hi s hom e add r ess is RR 10, Box 86 7, F e r g uso n, Mo. Lt. Rob e rt P . j\,I clVIath '43 and Mi ss Vi r g ini a A dkin s we r e m a rri e d in th e Ma nse of on e o f th e \ Va s hin gto n, D. C. M e t hodi s t C hur c h es o n Se pt. 19. Vi r g inia is th e d a u g ht er of Mr. an d M r s. C ha s. E. A dkin s of F r ed eri c k, Mel. Bo b g r a du a t e d in Mec h a ni ca l E n g in ee rin g in 1943 and h as b ee n ove r se a s fo r a yea r with th e Combat E n g in ee r s . O n th e camp us he wa s a m e mb e r of Th e ta Tau. Bo b a nd hi s wif e v is it e d th e camp us in la t e Septem be r. H e had, ju st p rev io us to hi s marria ge, re turn e d from ove r sea s duty w it h th e a rm y and is w earin g two batt le s tar s a nd th e Pres id e ntia l C it a tion . Bob 's hom e a ddr ess is 615 New port ave nu e, \Ve bs t e r G ro ve s, Mo . Le o R Ka e mpf ex-'46 a nd Mi ss Eve ly n Ke tt e r er, dau g ht e r of Mr. a nd M r s. A nton K et t e re r we r e marr ied a t S t. Pasca l' s Roma n Catho li c C hur c h at C hi cago , Ill., on Nov. 3. Leo is in the N av y a nd s tation ed at N a vy Pie r , C hi cago , but clo es not ex pec t t o b e th e re for any le n g th of time , Hi s. hom e a ddr ess is 3627 .\![c Cau s land a ve nu e, St. Loui s 9, M,o _ .


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NICHOLAS J. GILSDORF

WILLIAM C. DICKMANN

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This sketch is written not to honor those brave School of Mines men who went forth into battle at their country's call but to commemo' rate their heroic spirit. Instead of their being honored by their Alm a M ater, they have honored her with the supreme sacrifice of their lives in upholding the ideals which she fosters and teaches. They came to h er to prepare themselves for the useful duties of life; but when her ideals and the ideals of our country we re assailed, they rushed to defend them. They did not ask merely to t:erve, but how and where to serve. They went into all parts of the world where duty called and the conflict raged. T oday, they sleep not only in their native land but throughout the vast reaches of the Atlantic and the Pacific and on all the continents of the earth. It is doubtful whether the sun in its diurnal course fails to kiss the grave of a form er student of the School of Mines.

Willia m Altman '42 . M iss in g in Sa ipan, Dece mb e r 3, 19-1--1Roy Autry ASTP . . . K ill ed in Fran ce, 19-+-1Charles Bradshaw ASTP . Kill ed in N orth e rn F ra nce, Fal l of 19-1--1Lt. Sterling T . Branson ex-'43 . . . . M iss in g in .Ja pa n , Apri l 10, 19-+.1 George Brenner ASTP . . . K ill ed in France, F a ll of 19-+-+ Lt. Clement H . Brown '41 . Kil led in F ra nkfurt, Ge rman y, Septe mb e r 12, 19-+-+ Ens. William H . Brown ex-'42 . . . . Ki ll ed in Cha rl es ton , R.I., Sep t emb e r f-1-, 19-1-3 Ens. Stanley S. Dabal '43 . . . . . . .Ki ll ed inJ:> ac ifi c A r ea, Fe bru ary 18, 19-1-,) Capt. Warren R. Danson '41 . . . .. M iss in g in So uth west Pa cifi c, Mar c h, 19-+-1R aymond E. Davis ex-'44. . . . K il le d nea r B ig S prin gs, Texa s, J a n ua ry 29,19-1-3 Lt. William C . Dickmann '40 . . K ill ed in Ge r many, F e b ru ary 2-+,19-1--+ James D . Elam ex-'45 .. ... . . . .. . K ill ed in Ge rm a n y , A pril Li, 19-1-.1

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And so, in our humble and feeble way, we pay tribute to their valor and to the valor of all our students who took part in the N ation's most titanic struggle. With great good forfune, only a few of the large contingent who went were called upon to give their lives; many others fought long and well, but were privileged to live and bring back with them their indomitable fighting spirit to serve as a leaven to the will of those who have tried to carryon the ideals and traditions of their old school and to help guide her into even greater usefulness. The saluta' tions of a grateful Alma M ater are therefore extended to all her fighting men, but, as is fitting, particularly to those who fought and died that others might live. T o paraphrase a rather well,known passage : They believed in the life of love, they walked in the way of honor, they served in the light of truth . .. Ki ll ed in J a pan, 19.+5 . Kill ed in So uth Pacific . Ki ll ed Jun e 12, 19.+.+ nil ton Fi eld, Califo rni a, Octo ber 10, 19.+4 . Kil led in Fra nce, Marc h, 19'+5 ..Ki ll ed in P hilippin es, Janu ary 15, 19'+ 5 {rmy Hos pita l, Clinton, Iowa, Jul y, 19.+3 .. Ki ll ed in France, May 6,19'+4 Dod ge C ity, Ka nsas, Septe mb e r 4, 1944 .. . . Kill ed in Fran ce, Jun e 26, 19'+'+ : ~vcn\Vort h , Kan sa s, Se pte mb e'r 25, 19.+.+ . Ki ll ed in Au s tr ia , i\lIa y, 19.+5

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MAX G. M cCRORY

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1st Lt. John McAnerney '41 . . . . . . . . . Kil led in Japan, Dece mb e r 15, 19.+.+ Lt. Col. Max G. McCrory '33 . Kil led in Ge rm a n y, S e pt e mb e r 16, 19.+.) Lt. William F . McIndoo '41 . . .. K ill ed in New M ex ico, Ap r il, 19-+-+ 1st Lt. Robert F. Miller '41 . . Mi ss in g in So u t h w es t Pacifi c, 'Wint e r , 19'+1 Ens. Keith W. Radcliffe '43 . . . ~Ii ss in g in Southw es t Pacific, Augus t 5, 19'+ 5 Capt. John W. Rayl '42 . . . . . . . . . . . .. K ill ed in Fra nce, A ug us t 18, 19.+.+ Richard C. Reese '38 . . Ki ll ed in Na ta l, Brazi l, F e bruar y 19, 19.+.) 2nd Lt. James E . Stover ex-'45 .. .. .. Ki ll ed in Ge rmany , D ece mb e r .+, 19.+.+ Lt. Melvin C. Ullrich '42 . . . . . . . . . Ki ll ed in B elg ium , Decemb e r 26,19.+.+ 2nd Lt. George A. Whiteman ex-'39 . . Kill ed in Pea rl Harbor, D ece mb e r 7, 19'+ 1 Fl O John Zagata '42 . . . . Mi ss in g in Pac ific, Oc to be r 10, 19.+5 Joseph L. Zagata ex-'42 . . . . . . . .. . . Kill ed in S icil y, Ju ly 6, 19'+ 3

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Deaths Edward Kahlb a um, for a numbe r of yea r s R eg is trar a nd later Busi ness Man ager of M S M, di ed in Phi la d e lphia, Pa., on Nov. 8,1945, acco rdi n g to word rece ive d h e r e b y P rof. 1. H. Lo ve tt, form e r n e ig hbor of Mr. Kahlbaum. M r. K a hlbaum r e t ir ed from th e B us in ess O ffi ce of MSM in 1936, a nd w e nt to P hil ade lphia to li ve with hi s s o n, "William Kahl baum '21. Th e f un e ral wa s he ld in S t. Lo u is o n Nov. l0, at t he vV e ic k F un e ral Hom e. T he bur ial wa s in St. Lo ui s. H e wa s 8-+ yea r s o ld at t he tim e of hi s d eat h . Throu g h th e co urt esy of G. F . lII e t z ' 1-+ word ha s bee n r ece iv ed of t h e d ea th of Hom e r K e n t S h e rr y ' 12 w h o wa s , a t th e tim e of hi s d ea t h, v ice-pr es id e n t an d ge n e ra l mana ge r of t h e Ca na di a n J ohn s-Man v ill e Compa n y at As b es to s, Qu e bec, Ca n. Hi s d ea th occur r ed a t th e Ro ya l Edwa rd Laur e n tian Ho s pita l in Montr ea l o n Sept. 30. H e is s un·iy e d b y hi s wif e a nd four s on s.

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\V ord has bee n rece ived t hat Lt. Co l. ~Ia x G. Mc C ro ry '33 di e d as a r es u lt o f a s kull fr ac tur e in c urr ed in an a u tomobil e acc id e nt on Se pt. 16, 19-+,) s ome place in Ge rm a n y . Ma x had se rve d fo r 38 month s a nd wa s du e to brin g hi s ou t fit bac k to th e S tat es in N ovemb e r. H e wa s se rvin g as commandill g officer of th e: 819t h Engi nee r Av iati o n Battalion whic h o r ga ni zatio n had b ee n awa rd e d th e P r es id e ntial Di s tin g ui s h ed U nit C itatio n. Max had p e rs o na lly bee n awa rd ed th e S il ve r S tar :Me d a l, t he B ronz e Sta r M e d a l a nd th e Fre nc h C roi x d e Guer re. H e is s ur vive d b y hi s wif e a nd a t hr ee-yea r old dau g ht e r , ~raxin e, w hom l\Iax had n eve r see n . Th e ir hom e is at Mart in s F e rr y, O h io.

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1s t Lt. John 11. M cA ne rn ey '-+1 lost hi s lif e at sea on D ec. 15, 19-+-+, whil e be in g tr a n spo rt e d from a pri so n ca mp in th e Philippi nes to a pri s on camp in J apa n. M ac g raduat e d from ~,I SM majo r in g in C ivil En g in e rin g. H e we n t at on c into militar y se rvic and a ft r fi ni s h in g hi s bas ic trainin g a t Ft. Belvoir he wa s se nt to th e Phi lippin es, a rri"in g t he r e ju st befo re the Taps at tac ke d in 19-+ 1. H e wa s a tt ac he d to th e e n g inee r u nit 'at Ft. a ntia go in th e I hilippin es w he r e h e was ta ke n pr is o ne r with th e fa ll of t hat fo rt . H e r e ma in ed a pri s oner in t he Philippin es until last D ece mbe r wh e n with th e approac h of th e Ame ri can forces th e J apa nese dec id ed to tr a ns f r hi m to th e main land a lon g wit h ot he r Ame r ica n pri s on e r s, a nd t he boat on whi c h ~{ ac wa s be in g tr a ns port ed wa s a tt ac ked a nd s unk b y A me ri ca n Ir Fo r ce uni t s . On th e camp us ~1 ac wa s a m e mb e r of th e Kappa A lp ha fat e rnit y, se n 'e d on th e St ud e nt Counci l, wa s a m e mb e r of T h e ta Ta u an d o th e rwi se ac t iv e in s tud e nt affa irs. H is mot he r w ho s u r viv es him li ves a t 720 ~orth 25th s tr ee t , S t. J o sep h, 1\1 0_.__________________________

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H a rry A d am Gr in e '0-1, lif e m e mb e r of t he A lum ni Associatio n di e d s udd e nl y Oct. 19 in Sey mour, M o. Mr. Gr ine wa s 67 yea rs o ld. H e g r aduated from l1 S M in 1I e t::t! lur gica i E n g inee rin g in 190-1 a nd has b ee n e n g a ge d in th e M e ta llu r gy of L ea d a nd Zinc a lmo s t c o ntin uo u ~ l y s in ce th a t tim e. H e r e ti r ed la s t Novem b e r and had b ee n I:es tin g in Seymour u p until th e tim e of hi s d ea th . H e ",a s buri ed in th e Se) Illour ~Ia s onic Ce m e t ry.

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Cle m e at H. I3rown '-+ 1 w ho wa s r e po r t ed mi ss in g in action so m e tim e a g o ha s now bee n d ec la r e d d ead b y t he Canadian Governme n t accor din g to word rece i" ed from hi s wif e of 1-+-Pa Burd a\'e nu e, S t. Lo ui s, Mo. Ha c k wa s r ep o rt e d mi ssin g in a c tion a ft e r a ni g h t raid oy e r Frankf urt, Ge rman y o n Se pt. 12, 19-+-+. H e was on e of nin e in a c re w of a la r ge a irc r a ft th a t wa s s h ot down an d none of th e nin e m e n c ompo sing th e crew ha " e s inc e b ee n hea rd from. Th Ca na di a n Goyer nm e nt in w hi c h a ir force H ec k wa s se rvin g has noll' d ec la r ed him d ea d.

\ Vard H. ~1 i x '08 di ed on :\ov. 17 in t. Lo u is af te r a b r ief illn ess. F un e ral se n ' ic es we r e h e ld from th e ~I e th odi t C hur c h in Ro ll a on ~ov. 20, ",ith burial in th Ro ll a C m ct e ry . """ard, " as he \Va s kn ow n to h is many frie nd s, p ractic e d hi s pro fess ion of mi nin g e n g in ee r fol lowing hi s g ra du ation a nd la te r re turn ed to Rolla , w he r e he madc hi s hom e. A t th tim e of hi s death, he was e mp loyed a t Fort L eo na rd \\Ioo d , a nd wa s p rop ri e tor of th e ~ri x T ur is t Ca mp ju ,t \V es t o f Roll a, o n Hi g h way 66.

Direc tory of Alumni in Military Service Th e fo ll owi n g li st c onta in s th e bes t ava ilabl e inf ormation th e A lumni f\ ssoc iation has co nce rnin g men In mil ita ry se n ·ice. I t cove r s o nl y g r ad uates. A n attempt wa s mad e t o cove r both th e g radu a t es a nd non -g ra d ua t es , but th e response to th re qu es t for inform a tion fr om n on-gra du ates was incomp le te a nd thi s g roup is n o t cove r d. I n o rd e r to mak e room in thi s iss ue o f th A lu mnu s for th e dir ec tory of tho se in military service, the dir ec to ry b y c lasses is b e in g omitt ed . I t \ViI I be r es um ed in th J a nu a ry- Fe bruary iss ue. L t. omdr. R o b ert Willi am Abb ett ' 27 , U .S . N .R.. R oom 2433 Navy D ept., \Vashington, D.C. R es idence: Apt. 305, 3051 I daho avenue 1\.\\"., \\'ashingtOn, D.C.

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C har les A. E ll e tt ex-'-+1 is r e port ed to hay bee n ki ll ed w h ile h e wa s on a .Tap p ri so n s hi p go in g from th e Philippin es, w h e r e he ", as capt u re d, to J apa n. T h e s hip w as s unk b y Ame r ican p lan es, not kn ow in g that Ame ri ca n boy s we re on bo a rd. \ Nhi le in sc hoo l, C ha rl es wa s acti"e in cam pu s affa irs, havi n g bee n se c re ta ry of t he c lass of '-II a nd se cr et ary -tr eas ur e r of th e S tud nt Cou n ci l. H e wa s a memb r of th e Lam bd a C hi A lp ha fate rnit y, and se n 'ed as tr eas ur r for o n e ye a r.

Ri c hard Car ly le R eese '38 \Vas kill e d in a n airplan e tak -off acc id e nt ta Nata l, Brazi l on F e b. 19, 19-15 acco rdin g to word r ece ive d b y fri e nd s. Dick was a li e ut e na nt in t he ir Corps at th e tim e o f hi s d eath. H e g rad uate d in Ma y of 1938. I-I se n 'e d a s p r es id e nt of th e Tri a n g le frate rnit y a nd also pr es id e n t of t he St.Pat's Board whil e on th e camp us a nd played footba ll on e year. .

D r. G. C. Tainton, prom ine nt e lec tro-m e ta llu r o·is t, di e d at hi s hom e in Ba ltimor e, Md., on A ug . 30 afte r a lo n g illn ess . Dr. Tai llt on wa s p r omin e nt in t he fi e ld cf e lec tr o-m e tallur gy a nd wa s g iven th h onorary d eg r ee of Doctor of En g in ee rin g in 1930 at l\IS1\1.

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ATC, B e rr y Field , Nashvi ll e, Tenn . Jlome: R.F.D., o monauk, Ill. A / S R o bert G . Billings '42, NCTC Engr. Tr., Camp Endicott, Davi svi lle, R .I. Home: 726 S. Beaumo nt road, Prairie du Chien, Wi s . Lt . Charles S. Black '42, 1210 S. 5th st reet, Pekin, III. Lt. Norma n D. Blair '41, 1203 !{am il ton avenue, St. Lou is, 110 . Capt. Gi lbert H. Blankens hip '42, HQ. 170th Engr. Co mbat Bn ., APO 235, c/o PM , San Fran s c ico, Cal. I-Iome: Box 427, R o ll a, i\10. Sgt. Ph illi p Blazovic '39, HQ. Btry. 749 F.A. Bn., APO 235, c/o PM, San Fran c isco, Cal. H o m e : 124 Y, North 3rd, Albuquerque, N.M. Dan iel T. Blount '44, i\ferchant i\farine s Radi o Sch oo l, Gallups I s land , Bosto n, Ma ss. Home: 10 1 S. L o ui siana avenue, Cape G irardeau, M o. Jack H. Boetj er '43, U.S. Navy, Annapoli s, i\1d. H o me : Route I , Hanniba l, i\10 . Maj. H a rr y e. Bolon '29, 187th E ngr. C Bn., APO 655, c/ o P M , New York, N.Y . Maj. Raymond W. Borcher s '33, HQ. 114 6th E n gl'. (C) Group, APO 758, c/ o PM, New York. I-Iome : 3880 Newton st reet. Denver II , Colorado. L t. James H . Bottom '43, Co. B 2007 Engr. Bn., A P 0 244, c/o PM, New York, N. Y. I-Iome: 5250 Bonita street, St. Loui s, i\10. Lt. (jg) \ V illiam I-1. Bourne '4 1, Underwater Demo liti o n Team 8, FPO San Francisco, Cal. I-lome: 11 5 i\fail1, \ Vashingto n, i\10. Lt. Don e. B ow man '38, USS R-13, c/o Fleet Pos t Office, New York, N.Y. H o me: 4051 G iles aven ue, St. Loui s 16, ~1o. i\1artin E. Bowm an '41, NTS Great Lakes, Chicago, III. Home: Ston e Hill R t., Salem, 1I issour i. Lt. (jg) R obert K. Boyd '4 1, N . State stree t, Rolla, M o. Lt. E ugene P. Boyt '4 1, c/o Mr s. George Mi ll er, Dr umri ght, Okla. Capt. Robel·t 111. Bra ck bill '42 , HdQ. R o m e Air Tec h. Servo Command, Army Air Field, R ome, N.Y. H Oln e : 521 Lyman place, vVeb s ter Grove s, lif o. .Lt. Richard C. Brackett ' 43, A Co., 1896th Engr. Avn. Bn. , APO 75, c /o P}'f, Sa n Fran c isco, Ca l. H o m e : 1008 P o ntiac, Roche ster, I ndiana. En s_ B o nner T. Brady '42, DVS, Tucson, Ariz. I-Jome : 54 1 Goethe, Kirkwood, Mo_ Lt. (jg) Glenn E . B rand '39, Steelvill e, Mo. Lt. William R Brannock '39, CO. A, 737 R g. Op. Bn., APO 74, c / o Postmaster, San Fran · c is co, Cal. Home: 122 West 8th St., Roll a, M o. M aj . Ra y 1. Bras aemle '34, 163rd Engr. C Bn., APO 758, New York, N .Y . Home: 581 Orchard a ve nu e, B arberto n, Ohio. S/ c Steve Sebastian Braun '40, NYS Co., 2 1.23, Navy Pier, Chicago, II I. Capt. \ Vi ll iam Brewer '32, Sosqueho l1n a Ord nan ce Depo t, \ Villiam sport, Pa. l[ome: i\.larke" t s treet, Lewi s burg, Pa. I-Jugo J. Brickner '30, 427 S. 12t h, Clin ton, Ok lahoma. I-Ierman O. Brinkmann '44, NATT C, Ward I s land Bk s . 7, Co rpu s Chris ti, Tex. }ro me: 3146 Ars ena l. St. L o ui s 18, M o. L,. ( sg) Herman A. Brisch ' 36. I-lome: 120 1 ' V. Big Bend B lvd., Kirkwo od, M o. A / S Glenn C. Bruck man '42, H-44- HAAl~, H ob b s, New Me". H o me: 3603 Chest nut St., Kan s as City, ~f o. En s . Jo hn \ V. Brodhacker '44, USS T homa s Gary, D.E. 326, c/o FPO, San Francisco, Ca l. H o me: 1249 N. J effer so n, Spr in gfie ld, M o. Capi. Robert R. Brooksh ire '4 1, 1016 E n g r. Treadway Bridge Co., APO 228, c/o PM , New Y o rk, N. Y. I-Iome: Beaulah , i\{ o . E ns. Guy Brown '40 . fl o me: B ox 323, R o ll a, lif o . Pvt. vVilJiam A. Brown '33, Co . B. Recepti on Centel-, -I 80 th Un it, F o rt Bli ss, Tex. I-l o lll e: Launen s, New Y o rk. Lt. Arthur \ V . Brune '41 , 11 02 Elm, R o lla ~ I isso uri. ' Capt. Wilmer E. Buck '40, 3 16th AAFB U, ~1acD ill, F la. I-To me : 3i10 Vi s ta place, Pille Lawn , ~t o . Ca pl. Ro land S . Burberry '42, 2nd Bn ., li 5th Eng rs., APO 464, c /o Pi\1, New York , N.Y. H o me: 129 Cl in to n avenue, Albany, New York.

Page 11 Lt. Fred F. Burge tt '4 1, ASF RS 7, Ft. Sheridan , I II. I-Iome: 80S Vi. Green, D ecat ur, Illinoi s. Capt. William I-I. Burgin ' 40, 493rd B o mb Gp HQs., APO 559, c/ o PM, New York, N.Y. H o me: 1005 N o rth Jefferson , Springfield, M o . Maj. Verno n O. Burkhal ter ' 33, HdQs . Ar lll )' Service Forces Pla ns and Operatio n s, vVa shington 25, D.C. H o me: 8 12 Mulberry s treet, J efferson Cit)', Mo. 1s t Lt. R ich ard W. Burnett '40, 245th B.U. , AAF, McCook, Neb . Home: 69 10 Plateau_ St. Loui s, i\<f o . Capl. Donald D. Bur ris '39, I-IQ. 403rd T.e. Grp., APO 719, Sa n Franci sco, Cal. H Ollie: 929 N o r th 4th s treet, P latt eville, Wi s. Pvt. Vern o n K. Burrows ' 40, GFRS, APO 583, c/o PM, New York, N.Y. H o me: Frem ont, Mo. John F. Burs t '4 3. Home: 3818 L o u g hboro ug h, St. L o ui s, ?vIo. 1st Lt. Abraham H. Burs t en '39, 900th AAF BU AAFTAC, Orlando, F la. Home: 309 SOUl h 20th s treet, St. J oseph, M o . Lt. J ack P. Campb ell '24. Home: D on iphan, i\f isso ul'i. Pv t. Sidney Caployitz '40. I-l o me: 8520 3rd st l-eet, N orth -Bergen, New Jer sey. . Pvt. F orre st L. Carpenter '38 , OCS EngIneers, Ft. Belvoir, Va . Hom e: Prairie H ome, i\{i sso uri . Maj. Peter G. Cei ' 37, K en nedy General H ospital, \ Vard I 7A \ Ve st, }.{emphi s, Tenn . H o me: RR. 3, Box 264, Nort h L it tle Rock, Ark. Capt. George L. Chedsey '40, 1379th AAF BU, NAD-ATC, Dow Field, Bangor, Me. Lt. ( j g) Edward Chernoff '4 2, Nava l Front ier Ba se, Tompkin svill e, Staten Island, New York. I-Iome: 2 107 Linwood, K ansas Cit y, }.fo. Lt. Robert P . Cherry '37. H o m e : Broadwa y and Su nset, Cape Girardeau, i\{ o. Lt. He n r i Chomeau '23, Co. B, ( C), APO 18 1, San Luis Obi spo, Ca l. Home: Clayton, 110. 13 1 NO t-th 1feramec avenue, Clayton, i\{ o . Lt. Dougla s N . Chri stense n '43, 11 38 Engr. Co mbat Grp., APO 8 1, c/ o p.r, San Franci sco, Cal. Home : Moab, Utah. Capt. Arthur W. Clarkso n '39, Medical Section, AAB, Chatham F ield, Ga . I-Iome: 543 t Arl in gton avenue, St. Loui s, ~'l o. Lt. Cha rle s F. Clark so n ' 4 1, USS C r ell s haw APO 76, c/ o FPO , San Franc isco, Cal. H o me: 3802 St. Ann's lane, Normandy, Mo. Capt . Willi am I-I . Coddington '35 , 16 15 Pea rl , Jop li n, Mo . Maj . Charles G. Collins '36, 1st I-IQ. Sp. Trs. AGF Fort Ord, Cal. Home : 11 98 David Ave., ~f o n terey, Cal. Lt. (jg) Richa rd K. Comann '43, VPB 11 9. FPO, San Franci sco, Cal. H o m e : 1315 S . Big Bend B lvd., Ri ch m o nd Height s 17, Mo. Lt. Ba sil e. Compton ' 39, VR- 13, F leet Post Office, Sa n Franci sco, Cal. Lt. D o nald J. Coolidge '43, 1327th Engr. R egt. , APO 689, c/ o PM, New Y o rk, N.Y. H ome: 2 15 Bailey road, Cry s ta l City, l I o . Lt. J ose ph M . Coo n '40. H o me: 333 Ea s t Ca lh o un aven ue, Springfield, i\f o . Lt. Clifford A. Corneau '4 1. Ll. Co l. R o), C. Cornett ' 38. I-l o me: 41 9 N. Liberty s t r eet, Webb Cil)" M o. Lt. Ca rl I-1. Cotterill '40, Duma s, Tex. , Box A ·303. Capt. C lyde L. Cowan ' 40, Hq s. ATSC, TS. En g l'. Rad ar, vV ri ght Field, Dayt o n, O. I-l o lll e: 6804 Na shville avenue, St. L o uis , !\10 . Lt. Sa mu el E. Crai g '26, 1399 Engr. COIl St ,·. Bn ., APO 957, c/ o PM, Sa n Fra nc isco, Ca l. Home : 1270 L a ird Ave. , Sa lt Lake Cit)', U tah. E ns . J o hn V. Cramer '39, USN R, Aerial G unn ery Schoo l, Jack so nvill e, Fla. Home: 600 East Central ave nue, Wichit a, Kan. Maj. Herbert F. Crecelius ' 39, HdQ. Army Grou nd F o rces, U.S . Army, vVa s hingtoll, D.C. I-Io lll e: 3723 Bambe rger avenue, t. L o ui s, i\10. En s. Jame s Crook s to n '42, Benld, Il l. En s. Ri cha l'd J. Cu n ningham '42, 1324 Leeper aven ue, South Bend, Ind. Capt. R o bert R. Cutler '42, Co . L, 16th I Il f., APO 1, New Y o rk, N.Y. I-Iome: 120 E lm Sl. , \1\ ' a sh in gton, i\{ o. Capt. Ll oyd A . Cutter '2i . I-f o llle: 502 W : Bl vd., ?-.I exico, ~{ o . Lt. George P. Dahm '4 2, 3-13 N. Canyo n


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chool Center, APO 645, c/o PM, New Y ork, N. Y. H o me: 30 Edgewood Park, Cairo, III. Sgt. James W. Davis ' 43, Cuba, III. S l / c Lu Gene Dawso n ' 42, F 40 N TS, F t. Lauder da le, Fla . ~1aj . R oge r O. Day '25 , 1758 Grand aven ue, Santa Barbara , Cal. A / S Glenn E . D ea n '44, NTS EM St. L o ui s Arm o ry , St. L o ui s 7, :M o . I·Iome : 731 E. North s treet , l\I o rr i5, Ill. E ns. V\'alter J. Dean '44, Pre·Commi ssio nin g, Tracen, Trea sure I sland , San Francisco, Cal. IIome: 10iO P u rce ll , niver s it y City, 1\1 0 . Capt. George J. Deck er '39, 16 1 Tac. Re ll . Sq., Drew F ie ld, F la. Ho m e: 425 S. Fow ler s treet, S io ux City, I o wa. Capt. \·V illiam \ ¥ . De ck er '38, 5 Green Acres , R o lla, ~I o. Capt. J o nathan C. DeFoe ' 31 , 607th Ord . BAM, Bn ., APO 350, c/o PM, New Yo rk, N.Y . lI o me : 24 15 1{u rd ock, \~l i c hjl a, Kan. Samue l T. De;yopo10 '4 1. H ome : 43 5 Col· umbu s, Dunkirk, N.Y. Lt. (jg) Powell A. Dennie ' 40, VR.13, NATS, c/o FPO , Sa n Franci sco, Cal. H ome : 1307 tate s treet , R o ll a, ~fo. Arthur ]3. D e nni s '40. I-l o me: 855 Pickwock, Sprin gfie ld , M o. Capt. G lenn o n L. De roy '35, Ordnance Office, Edgewood Ar senal , Md. I-To me: 33 1 N . 5th s treet, t. Charles, 1\1 0 . E n s. Pel€r E . De s jardin s '44, 1>Iidn . Sch ., Co lumbia U ni vers ity, New Y o rk, N .Y. I-l o me: 400 Allu s place, Kirkw ood, l\f o . Lt. J o hn M . D ewey ' 37, 1626 Scott, Inde· pendence, 1'.1 0. En s. Cha rle s A. Di ck '44, USS L ' 1I1 ( R)4 06, c/o FPO , N ew Yor k, N.Y. I-l o m e : Barto n Apt s ., No.3, Pari s, Ten n. ~Iaj. D o n ald J. Doan ' 35, Hdq . US STAF, Arm . Office, .\PO 53 3, N e w Y o rk, N .Y . "R ichard J. Dob so n ' 34, USS S o lomo n s, CVE 6 7, New Y o rk, N.Y . H o m e: 625 Irene avenue, Plat teville, vV is . Lt. Jam es S . Dod ge '4 1, Co . "F, " 190th Bn., Camp Blanding, F la, f[ o me: 515 4th st reet , Oakm o nt, Pa. Lt. 'v\Talter E. Doelling '42, Co. G, 3rd Bn ., 2 1st Avn. E n grs., APO 528 , c/o PM, Ne w York, N. Y . :H o me: 3827 Oakridge, N o rmand y ~fi sso uri. ' Ens. J o hn H. Doerre s '43 , BOQ, NAS P asco, \\·a sh . H o me: 3920 Fi ll m o re, S t. L o ui s 16, M o. Lt. We s ley J. Dol g inoff '43, 459 th E ng l'. Dep. Co., A1'O 403, c/o Pi\f, New Y o rk. H o me: 10 10 W . 4th, Seda lia, M o. " Maj. Warwi ck L. Doll ' 33, 605 W. 14th ' t., "-Rolla, M o. Capt. James G. Donald so n ~28 , Edgew ood Ar sena l, i\fd. H o m e: 1 i 17 N. 42nd s t r eet, Ea s t t. L o ui s, III. 1st Lt. R o be r t S. Dorsey ' 42, 203 E. Park Streei, Broo kfie ld, l'.f o . En s. Pau l T. Dowlin g '4 0, U .S. Nava l Ma ga. zi nc, Ba1l go r, \·\ 'ash. T-I o me: 732 1 P e nn s ylva ni a avenu e, SI. L o ui s, 1'.10. ' \-Villiam ./-f. Dra gose t '44 , Demares t avenue, Avene l, New Jer sey. Sgl. Jer o m e P. Dreste '4 1, 436 Co uch avenu e, Kirkw ood , ) ( 0. En s. J o hn V. Dri scoll ' 43, LSM 443 Detai l, Navy -'.'I.' arel R eceivi ng Stati o n, Philadelphia, Pa. 1 f o m e: 1389 1\ Ort h 40th St re e t, Ea s t St. L o ui s, :Illinoi s . Lt. J al11es E. Dueker '44, Sect. 1I, Office r s ) [ ai l R oo m, B oca H.aton Fie ld, 1::'la. 1-1o m e: -1096 ]-Iaven Sl reet, Sl. L o ui s 16, 1\1 0 . 1s t Lt. Lee D. Dumm '33, 8 12 M cArth ur Blvd ., \\'ake V ill age, Texarkana , T ex. En s. H o bert M. Dunh am '42, USS YNG· 16 c/o FPO , Seatt le, Wa sh. H o me: 1800 S : ~\[ ap l e S t. , Carthage, ·.\1 0, J oh n E . Dunn '4 1, 48 N. 98 th s treet, B ell e· vi ll e, III. Capt. H o ward W. Durham '43, H q. 260th t:ngr. C Bn., APO 403, c/ o P~I, New Y o rk , N.Y. H o m e: 62 1 \\' . ith, Seda li a, ~\( o. E n s. Clyd e A. Durphy '43, USS LCI ( L) 2, c/o F 1) 0 , Sa n Franci sco, Ca l. I [o me: 3709

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Gravo is aven ue, St . L oui s, 1\1 0 . Capt. Wi lbur D. Ea st '26, Kemper Mi li tary Academy, B oo nvi ll e, Nl 0. Capt. J o seph H. Egy '40, Air Tech ni ca l Ser· vice COlllmand , E lect ro nics U nil , Equi pment Lab., \\fright l' ield, Dayton, Ohi o . H o me: 2242 Stewart Ave., Ka nsas City, Kan. R o bert L. Ehrl ich '4 3, 64 18 S. Ben to n, Kan· sas City 5, 1\10. Sgt. vViliiam J. Eisma n '42 , Battery B, 2nd F.A. Ob s n. Bn., APO 758, c/o PM , New York, N. Y . H o me: B ox 360, Benld , III. L t. (jg) R o bert L. Elgin '37, MOQ·BB· 4, Cabani ss Field, Corpu s Chri sti, Tex. I-io me: P latte C ity, Mo. LL Cmclr. Ben R. Elliott '20, Cedar st reet, Berkeley, Cal. En s. Fl oyd R Elliott ' 41, USS Da le, c/o FPO, Sa n l:;" ran c isco, Ca l. IIo me: 282 1 I o wa, Granite City, Il l. Ca pt. Lewis C. Ell iott '3 9, 16 Winthrop St., l'.[alden, 1\1a ss, Pvt. Pau l S . Elliott, CO. A, 342nd I n L, APO 450, Sa n Fra nc isco , Cal. Pau l B. E ll is '37, 10 1 S. L o ui s ia na, Cape Girardeau, 1\10 . "\'i ll ia m R Elli s '3 9, 11 76th Engr. Co n st. Gp., APO 244, c/ o PM, Sa n Francisc o, Ca l. Home : 2 16 N. Main street, DeS o to, M o . M aj . Ralph El sea ' 43, 2822 En g r. , N. Ft. Lewi s, Wa s h. I-lome: 7 11 N . 3rd s treet, Co lumbia , :M o, Lt. (jg) Ja ck A . Emery ' 40, 102 Main s treet, Bratlelboro, Ver. En s. Go rd o n A. Engle 142, USS Chi v ia n a, APO 68, c/o FPO New York, N .Y. H o m e : RR No . 4, F reepo rt , I II. 1s t Lt. Jam es D. F. Eva ns '38, 7th En g r. Bn., APO 5, c/o PM, New Yo r k , N.Y. H o me: 36 N . Cow ley Rd., Ri vers ide, I ll. Donald H. Falkin gha m ' 4 1, B ox 38, L ex in gto n, TIl. :Maj. Juliu s P. Fari s '38, 6th Process in g Grp, }-Ierington , Kan. I-l o me: 430 1 lIemph ill S I reet, Ft. W OI·th, Tex. Capt. ".Ibert ll. Fa rry '4 1, IIq. AAF, Office of A ss t. Chief o f Air Staff, Maleria l D iv., M & S E ng!'. Branch, \ \lash in gton, D.C. I-l o me : 413 :M onm o uth avenue, Bradl ey Beach, Lt. (jg) Co lm an L. Fenwick '3 7, 5924 Pl y. mouth avenue, St, Loui s 12, :Mo. Lt. Roy M. Ferris ' 42, P.O . B ox 668, Beau· mo nt , Tex. Capt. Armi n F. Fi ck ' 41, 1776th E ng r s. G.S . Army Grp. , APO 655, New Y o rk, N.Y . ]-ro me: 4406 Cla rence, St. L o ui s, 1"[ 0, Capt. R o bert E. Field s '4 1, 606i Harve y, SI. L o ui s, Mo. En s. Geo l'ge Fiewe ge r '43, USS Ve nt , AHS· 29, c /o FPO, an Franci sco, Ca l. ]-[ o me: 42 i 2 H o ll y aven ue, St. L o ui s 15, M o . Capt. Fred W. Finl ey ' 4 1, 11 08 Ma in , R o ll a, ?vl isso uri. ·M aj. 1\1ax 1'.{' Fi scher '35 , N o . 1 Crenin Cl., R o ll a, M o. En s . 1\1al co lm J. F lana ry '39, R o ute I , Owa s , so, Okla. Lt. ( jg) Jack E. Flei sc hli '4 3, 2609 Gurney s treet, S1. L o ui s, 1\[0. Lt. ( jg) Fred G. Flesch n er '43 , USS Y~ f S · 135, c/o FPO Sa n Fr anci sco, Ca l. :I '- o lll e: 70 59 \-Villona avenue, St:. L o ui s, 1'.1 0. R oy A, Fl esc hner '40, 7059 \,\ 'in o na aven ue, S t. L o ui s, M o . Lt. (jg) Vern o n :E. F less a '43, US. RvV S uese ns, DE3 42, FPO San r '!'ctn c isco , Cal. Tro me: 16 17 E. Broadway , Seda lia , '1"(0 . Ll. (jg) M elvin C. F lin t '42, i439 ]] aze l ave nue, i\1 ap lewood, :\1 0 . 1'.1aj. Tfo m er T. Ford '34, 11 2 1 \Ve ll er ave nu e, Spr in g fie ld, M o. 1st Lt. Geor 'e E. Fort '40, 6 10 W est 14th Sl ree l, R o ll a, ?vf o. Lt. James ] T. Fox '42, B ox 542, R o ll a, 1\.[ 0 . LL l'.{e rrilt 1L Francis '4 1, ] fo ney e F all s, Ne w York. R o land D. Freidank '38 , B ox 625, P a lm yra, )(i sso ur i. Lt. Edward S. Fri s '43, A \-\' S·9, A WG· 2, )l CAD, 1\i iram ar, San Diego 45, Ca l. Il o me: B ox .186, Ori en t, III. P vt. D ona ld W . Frommer '44 , Co . D, 62 nd l TB, 16th l~ g t., IA HT C, Camp .I [o w ze, T ex . I ro m e: Ches terl·; e ld , ~( o .

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C laude J. Grimm '30, H'1. Com . Zo ne, ETO US A,-OCEo APO 887, c/o PM , New Yo rk. Lt. D o nald F. H.. Grim m '3 i, 501 Seille Ave., F erguson, l'.f o . Ll. (j g) A r thur T. Guern sey '4 2,5 166 Wai er. man, St. L o ui s 8, i\10. Capt. R o bert F. G uiifoy ' 42, i434 Gra vo is, St. L o ui s, Mo . En s. Edward E. Gygax '4 3, U S L C I ( G) 454 , c/ o PM, Sa n Fra nci sco, Ca l. H o me: 5446 Cla xton, Sl. Loui s, i\f o . Alv in G. Haa s '4 2, 82 1 Themi s, Ca pe Girard ea u, M o. 1s t Ll. G ilbe r t G. Haa s ' 42, RFD K o. 1, R o lla, M o. 1s t Ll. ITaro ld \\I. Ha as ' 42, RR K O. 12, B ox 387, K irkw ood 22, 1\10 . ~faj. A lden G. H ac ker '41 , 4527a 1Jarr is, S f. L o ui s, 1\fo. Maj. Glenn N. Hack m a nn '3i, 703 E. 7th St. , R o ll a, M o. Lt. ( j ,) T heod o re R Hadl ey ' 43, USS Ca s· s in, FPO S an Franci sco, Ca l. lIo me : 6 18 E . 1\lap le . Col urnb us, R a n. ~( aj. H aro ld J. Haff ner '35, 39 Great O akes, R o ll a, '\ l o. 1'.1aj. R ay mon d J. Haffner '3 1, 1229 Sha wllu i pla ce, S L ·Lo u is, j\iI o. Capt. Bail ey W. H aga r '42, 682 4 ]'[ . 1-['1. Civil Affairs Co ., APO 777, c/ o PM , 'N ew Y ork, N. Y. lI o me: 2422 H ope aven ue, Hannibal, ) 10 . Maj. J o h n H. H a hn ' 29, lIdq. K U Rt: B ase, APO 994, c/o P i\f , an Franc isco, Cal. '"l ome: 20 1 E. 5th s treet, ~\'(u sca tine , Ia. Cpl. Charle s E. Hall '40, 363 S . Capi to l St., Pekin, III. Lt. R o ber t Han es '40, 20 1 Ba r r . ,'e nue, Jersey ville, III. En s. J. Ri chard H anse n '44, B ox 286, tin io n , ~ I issouri. . I/c C lyde K. Ha nye n '4 1, 288 1 ~f a in St .,

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Lt. (jg) Kenneth L. Hardine ' 41, 10 7th US NCB, FP O , San Franci sco, Cal. IIome : 786 Lo mb a rd st ree t, Gal es burg, III. Ca pt . J a mes W_ Hard y '2 7, SCU, F o r t Geo r ge ]l.Ieacle, 1\1:c1 . I-l o me: St. Clair sville, O . S/ S g r. K e nyan V. Harrin g ton ' 42, 76 TC Sq.4 3.1 TC Gp. A PO 133, c/o Pl\[, N_ Y. II ollle : R o ut e 1, B eam a n, 1\1 0 . "Lo ui s A. H artcor n ' 44, Aero IvI A 1'TS NAF, Annapo li s, Ivfd. I-I o l11e: l\{ain s treet, Cathalll, Ne\v York. S l / c R obel-t E. Har tleb '43, N .T. Sch ool, R i\1. Nav\' Pier, Chicago , Il l. H o me: 719 33 rd stree t, N o rth Bergen, N. J. Lt. R o be rt P. Haviland :39, Vl arrel1tOll, "\1 0 . Lf. James V. Heddell ' 4 1, USN R , Central YMCA. P hi ladelphia, Pa . H o m e : 323 Mi ss iss ip p i, Cry sta l City, wl o. Ll. I fa n- v G. H ed ges ' 33, 496 Ea s t Di so n a venue, }v[ e]~lphi s, T enn. En s. R oger 1-I. Heide nreich '44, Flee t Camera Part~· Det. U .S . N avy, N o. 115, Box I S, c/o FPO, New Y o rk. I-l o me : 704 Interdri ve, U nive r s itv Cit v. 1\,[ 0. L t.- Co l.' Edert W. Heili g '31, Hq. 34 1, Engr. R egt .. APO 350, c/o PM , N.Y. Ca pt F rederick W . H elser '39, 428 Second s treet , Pl at tev ille, Vli s. En s. \-V<lI'I-en W. H elb er g ' 44, USNR, R~10NVD K a vy Yard. N a vy 12S, c/o FPO , San Fran c isco, Cal. T-I o me: 1525a U ni o n Blvd ., St. L o ui s. 1\10. En s. Er w in E. H e nd erso n ' 43, US-N R USS P as qu o tank . ::.\ 0 6 N o. I S, c/o }"'PO, San F rancisco. Cal. I-I o lll.e: . 38 15 rr amm avenu e, St. L o ui s, i\I o . Cap t. P h ilip 1. Hendri cks '42, 99 3rel En g r , Tr ea d w a~' Bridge Co. APO 51 8 5, c/o P~1 , N .Y . H o me: R o u te N o.3, B o x 559, Springfie ld, ]\10 . Lt. Sherald F. H e negha n ' 43 , l 104t h En g r. C G p., A P O 758, N ew Y o rk, N.Y . lIo me: R.R. J er seyv ille, Ill. Pvt. :M ichael lVL Henning '41, Team Trainin g Gro up, Co. A, 8th B n., Ft. Belvo ir, Va . H o me: 1008 :M ain stree t, R olla, :Mo. L t. I-I arelin 0. Henrick son '34, ( MC) USN R, U.S. Navy, USNAAS, Franklin, Va . I-I orne : 9 18 ~l aud , P o pla r Bluff, M o . Capt. Leo n He rshk owitz ' 4 1, 20 3 E. 12 th S t., Rolla, ~1 0 . Lt. Aloys iu s H erzog '4 0, Executive Office]' o f USS Mt. Baker, AE 4, c/o FPO, San F ranci s· co, Ca l. I-l o me: R oute 1, Box 5, St. Genevieve, :M i ssour i. En sig n vVilliam E . Hill Jl' '42, R o u te No.2, R ock Fall s, Ill. R 3/ c Charles 111. Hillery ' 42, 107.332, N T S, N a vy Pier, Chicago I , Ill. I-l o me : Bl oo mingto n, \·Vi s. L t . Co l. DI-yden Hodge ' 26, .i26th Q . M. Group, A PO 503, San Franci sco, Ca l. I-lome : 18 Co llin s aven ue, Troy, N.Y. A1aj. Ar th ur J. Hoeman '32, lI eadquarter s 18 74 th Engr. Avn. Bn. , APO 704, c/ o P M, San Franci sco, Ca l. lIome: 3425 Fairm o nt Blvd. , Apt. 6, Ri ver s id e, Ca l. Al a n J. Hoener ' 36, 94th Engr. G. S. Reg t. APO 66 7, c/ o PM, New Y o rk . I-l o me: 430 Sp rin g a venue, VVeb s ter Groves, 1"[ 0. Freel H . H oe ner ' 4 1, 400 Park lane, Kirkwood, nr o . L t. Albert Ho ffma n '4 4, Co. D, 133 Bn. 34 Regt. Camp Li vingston , La. fl o me : 3620 L eeward, St. L oui s 2 1, nI o . Lt . Edward F. Holland ' 4 1,1411 Bl ack s to ne, St. L o ui s 12, }.ro. LL \ \- 3Ite r L. Holz ' 37, I-Id q. 7th E. T. Gp ., F t. Leo nard vVooel, i\{ o. l-I ome: 20 17 Alameda, ~\ra p le w oo d, i\10 . Cpi. R ex Lee Hopkin s '42, 19 th B o mb Gro up, 93 rcl B o mb Sqd n AAF, . Great Bend, Kan sa s. H o me: Dunnegall, i\1 0. !\faj. E. R o ss Hous holder ' 18, 01'<1. D ept . N an s emoncl Ordnance Dept., P o rt s m o uth, Va. Capt. J 0 hn B. Huebner ' 3 1, 3 16 Sta te street , Little R ock, Ark. Capt. T h o ma s A, Hughes '42, 2233rd Engl'. Con sl. Servo Sect. A PO 244, c/o PM, Sa n Franc isco, Ca l. I-To me: 907 V.,T . 12 th street,

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Ho i la , M o. L t . (jg) J o hn R . Humph rey '4 2, Ac o rn 13 , F leet P.O., San Franci sco, Cal. I-Io me: 1700 Oak , R o ll a, M o. L t . H. W . Hurd '2 1, CEC - USNR, 11 lth N aval Co n str. Bn. c/o FPO, N .Y . E n s. Edwal'ci S . I se nm a nn '4 4, Belleau- \ iV oocl , CVL- 24, F leet P ost office, San Franci sco, Ca l. H o me: \'Va llO n st reet, VVarrento n, .M:o . En s. A lfred I tterman ' 44, USS, LSM ( R ) 516, c/ o FP O, N.Y. I-lome: 2 164 Clevebnd, Granite Ci ty, Il l. Cp l. Charle s H. Ja co by '42, Co. D 543 B 4 SK, 3rcl En g !'. Sp. Bri g, APO 565, San Franci sco, Cal. I-Io me: 36 53 I-[arri son, Kan sa s City, :M isso ur i. Maj . Na than D. J affe '41, Hdq. A sse mbl y Area Co mmand, Engr. Sec. APO 75 2, N .Y . I-I o me: 14 16 Black s to ne, S t. L o ui s, j\10 . En s. Richard James '42, Navy Yard, Ri\10 , Nav y N o. 128, c/ o FP O, San Franci sco, Cal. lIo me : Box F , Dawn, i\fo. S l / c R o bert V.,T. J a mi so n '44, NATTC, \Vard I s land, Bks. 10, Corpu s Chri sti , T exa s. I·fo me : 504 B rin ton aven ue, Dixon, Ill. S 3/ c Rupert A. Jarbo e '38, R.T. Co. 62 A, R i\'1 S Trea s ure I sland, San Franci sco, Ca l. Fl o me: 552 5 Jack so n aven u e, Kan sa s Ci t y, M o. A / C i\1ars ha ll A. Jeffers '3 9, Un ive r s ity of Ch icago, Ch icago, III. Cpl. Earl R. J enkins '33 , CO. A, 654 th En g r. T o p. Bn ., APO 230, c/o P}'1, New Y o d"", N.Y. I-l o me: 73 06 \'V yando tte, Kan sa s City 5, lifo. - En s. J ac o b D. J enk in s ' 44, USNR, USS Ceci l J. D oy le, D.E. 368, c/o FPO, San Franci sco, Cal. Capt. J ames W . J ense n '4 l, Hq. 56 th S ig . Bn. APO 403, c/o PM, New Y o rk, N .Y. Jl o lll e : Vi ch y road, R o lla, ~{ o . L t. ( j g ) Herbert John son ' 39, USNR, US S La ssen, c/o FPO, San Franci s co, Cal. Jame s C. Johnson '43 , Licking, i\f o. Ch a rle s T. Jone s '26, B ox 40, Cas per, vVyo. F o rm.erly with t he 38th Engineers o ver sea s. i\Jfaj. I-larlo w G. Jon es ' 29, I-Iq. IX En g l'. COIllCI. APO 126, c/ o Pi\1, l\Tew Y o l'l"", N . Y . En s. Th o Jll2. s A . Jon es '42, 1\fa the w s IIall, S 37, N T S Co mlll . I-l a r va I'd Un iv. Cambr idge, :M ass . I-I o me : 715 \'V es t 11th St., R o lla, 1\10 . Lt. Co l. LeCo mpte Joslin '34, 604 S ta te S t ., R o lla , Mo. }.1id sh ipman Philip R. Judkin s ' 43 , \"Iayne sville, :M o. Capt. R o y L. Ka ckley '43, 13 66th Engr. Dp . Trk. Co ., APO 75, c/ o PM, New Yo rk, N .Y. I-l o me : 3024 Frederick, S t. J os eph , Mo. P vt. Hel-bel", S: Kali sh '.43; -Hdq _ Battery, 16th Armed Div. Ar t., APO 412:, New Y o rk, N .Y. I-l o me : 166-05,88 Ave., Ja ma ica, N .Y . Ell S. I-I erbert G. Kamper '40, 5611 M imi ka street, St. Loui s 20, 1\10. En s. Earl M . Kan e '44 , R o u te 1, B ox 126, Granite City, Ill. P a ul R. Kaste n ' 44, USMS Radi o Sch oo l, Ga llu ps I s land, Bo st on, 1\1ass. Capt. J ame s P. Kat z '41 , 48th F t r. Sqdn. 14 th Ftr. Gp. A PO 520, c/ o PM , N .Y . I-l ome : 1103 State stree t, R o ll a, i\10. Capt. W illi am T. Kay '3 2, Co. D, 34th Bn . AS FT C, Ft. Leo nard Woo d, Mo. Lt. A lbert S. Keevil ' 43, 364 En gr. Gen. Service R eg., Camp Cla iborn e, La . I-Io me: 57 28 Park lane, SL Louis, ~{ o . L t. Co l. Arthur H. K emp '29 , 928 th En g r. Avn . RegL, APO 100, J\Tew York, N .Y. I-l o me : 14 11 S o. Carr st ree t, Sedal ia, j\!I o. E n s. Edwa l-d T . K endall '43, }\ v ( N) USN R , U SS S it ko h Bay, EVC 86-36823 9, c/o FPO, San Franci sco, Ca l. I-l o me : Sh id ey, ~10 . L t. Daniel K en nedy ' 26, 1808 Vichy r oad, R o lla, M o _ Lt. (,ig) \\li ll iam D. Kent ' 43 , 6114 10th Ave. , Ken os ha, \-\l is. L t . Matthew Kerp er ' 43, 1275 En g r (c) Bn. APO 75, c/ o P i\{, San Franc is co, Ca l. ]-rome : 201 8 Victo r s treet, St. L o uis , :M o. Lt. En os L. Key '43, L o ck B ox It 5, Sa lem, Illinoi s. En s. Fr ede ri ck nL K iburz '43, Plant Div. Bldg. 94 A & R , NAS, San D iego, Ca l. Lt. A ll an J. Kie sler '40, DA A F , Deming, N ew n1 ex ico. Capt. Herben 0. Kimmel ' 40, 235th AAF BU, BI g g s Field, E I Pa so, T ex. H o me: Le-

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Ca pt . W elby M. Kin g '42 , Co. B, Off. Cand idat e Bn. F t . B elvo ir, Va. Lt. Elmer Kir choff '36, 75th NCB , F PO , San J'ran c isco, Cal. I-l o me : 3108 Summit Ave., E. St . L o ui s, -III. 1\1aj. Harr y F . Kirkpatrick '30, 22 \"1. Chapman st ree t, Ale xandri a, Va . Cap t. Ve rn o n L. Klesa th '3 2, 106 So . P ine st reet, R o ll a, i\r( o. I Ca pt. Paul \'V. Klo e ris Jr. ' 42, 522 1 \"i ind sor Pkwy., S t. L o ui s, 'M o. En s. R o bert \ -\i . Klorer ' 44, c/o Cmdr 7th A m ph. Force, FPO, San Fran c isco, Cal. I-l o me: 14 2 1 Arlin g t o n av e nue, SL Loui s 12, ]\10 . Maj. R o bert J. Klu g '40, Hq. 166lh En g r. Bn., APO 403, New Y o rk, N .Y . I-l o me : B ox 126 , Richland, ]\10 . Ens. \l\i ill ia111 :E . Klund ' 43, BOQ, R oom 205 . NATT C, Gaines ville, Ga. I·l o me: R o u te 6, B o x 141 5, Sa pp in g to n, ]\1 0. Cap t. J ose ph C. Knit tel '42, 9 th Armed En g r. Bn. APO 259, c/o P i\1, New York, :N.Y. H Ol11e: 4239 S. 37th st ree t, S t. L o ui s, M o. Lt. Vin cent E . Knitt el '42, Sec. I-Iq. Co m. Z, APO 887, c/o PM , Ne w Yo rk, N .Y. IIo m e : 42 39 S. 37t h s tre et, St. L o ui s, i\10 . Ma j. Rud o lp h J. Knoll ' 35, 174th En g r C B n _ APO 90 1, c/o p ivr, San Fran c isco, Cal. Lt. George J . K och J r. '32, U SN R , 1022 New Y o rk avenue, Ca pe 11ay, N.J, Cpl. l-Ia rr y Komm '35, 75 AAF Ba se Un it, ~ Sec. A (H q. A A CS ) , A shevi ll e, N .C. Lt. J o hn L. K ra ll '44, Co. A, 82 Si g . Bn., APO 331, San Franci sco, Cal. I-l o m e : R o u te 2, Libert y, 1vf o . L t . -Jerro ld K. Kratz ' 43, 31 64 th Sig . Servo Co., APO 246, c/o PM, Sa n Franci sco, Ca l. ]-l o me: 106 N. Locll st, Can'o lton, M:o. L t . Edward R. Kromka '42, 126 Liberty St. , B oon to n, N.J. P vt. Cly d e I-I. Kru mmel '43 , ASN, 171 8 S CU St a . Hq. De t., Ft. L eo na r d V,loocl , M o. S/ Sg t. Edward B. Kuhn e '40, USMC, H & S Btr)" 6th 15 5 Haw. Bn. , c/ o FPO , San Fra nc isco, Ca l. I-l ome : 224 Cham paign st re et, R a nto ul , IlL Lt. ( jg) Sam uel A . Kurt z '42, B ox 75, B ureau , Ill. Cap t . Harley \'i . Ladd ' 40, L ubb ock A rm y Air Field, Lubb ock, Tex. I-l ome : T ha yer, ~1 0. L t . Claren ce A . Lamb elet '4 3, 922 En grs. Treadway Bridge Co., A PO 75 8, c/o PJ\1, Ne w Y o r k, N.Y. I-lome: Rt. 2, Cuba, li10 . En s. Lawrence E. Lambele t '40, 151 9 N. L a n. ca ster street, Arlin gton , Va . I-l o me : Rt. 2, Cub a, Mo. CM 2/c C. A. Lambert ' 41, NCRG, Pi t . 3, I-l ad not Pt., Camp Le J e une, New R ivet·, N .C. Capt. Jennings R. Lambeth ' 4 1, Deser t Chemical \Varfare Depot, T ooele, Utah . I-Io1l1e: B o is D ' Are, ~1 o . Maj . Charle s H. Lambur ' 33, Hq. XII , A F SC, A P O 650, New Y o rk, N.Y. Lt. Bruce R. Landi s '4 3, Army En g r s., PO B o x 41l4, Atlanta 2, Ga . i\1aj. Euge n e B. L a nier ' 38, 3233 Ellg1'. Senr. Bn. , A PO 513, c/o Pl\f, N ew Y o rk, N.Y. I-l o me: 301 9 S. Buchanan, Ar lin g to n , Va . Lt. Leo nard N. Lars on '43, 8 69th B omb Sqd. v-H) 49 7th B o mb Gp. ( V- I-I), APO 237, c/ o Pi\1, San Franci sco, Ca l. I-l o me : 4206 T e rr a ce, Kan sa s City 2, 1'1 0. En s. \;V arren L. Larson '4 4, U SNR, B oston Navy Yard, Indu strial Dept., 17 n1arlbo r o St., E os to n 16, 11ass. l-Io me : -1- 206 T errace, Kan sas City, M o . Lt. Col. R obert H. Lath am ' 33, Ca liforni a, 1\1 issouri. Maj. Orm o nd K . Lay ' 32, Ft. Worth Q.M . Depo t, F o rt \'Vo nh , T ex. Maj. Wa lter P. Leb er '40, G-4, Hq. TS F E T ( l'.r(ain) ,. APO 757, New York, N.Y . I-r o me: 'y: 493 1 No ttingham, St. Loui s, 1\1 0. L t. Arthur P. Leisher ' 42, 1st Si6'. Ra d io Iv[a int enance, R o bin s Fie ld 2, Ga. En s. D o na ld G. LePere '44, U .S . Nava l Am muni t io n Depo t, Fallbrook, Ca l. I-lome: 75 09\ -V. M a il1 s tre et, Bell ev ill e, III.


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~ I aj. Lewi s E. L e pp er '22 , "M ar lb o ro, ":\f a ss. 1\0 . S, c /o PAC, New , :o rk , N .Y . Il o me: Oa k R idge, 1\'1. 0. Lt. R oben H . Le vy '33, 683 -4 Bart lll cr ave nu e, L1. F ra n k J. M alik '32, 120 M a la ri a Co ntl'o l St. L o ui s, ~lo. E n s. H o ward B. Lil ey '43, "USS Sa lin as (AO· Del., APO 565, c /o P 1\{, Sa n Fra n c isco, Ca l. ] 9) I c/o F P O, San F r a nc isco, Ca l. Tlollle: Ll. ( jg) Ma x L. M a rl o w '43, USS Ze ll ars 1512 E c kert place, St. Lo u is , 1o..f o . {00.777), c/o FPO, ' a n Fra n c isco, Ca l. Ens. Jaille s A. L il ey Jr. '44, USS, LST, c/o Ll. K en t \.\ '. M arti n '42, 805 G rand, La m ar, 171'0 , Sa n F r a n c isco, Cal. I-To lll e : 1512a Eckert :M isso ur i. R oy S. Marti n '30, 2 11 rew York avenue, p lace, S t. L o u is, 1\'f o . ].. [i ci s h ipman Alla n \ .\ ' , L indb erg ' -l S, USN R . P r ovid ence, R. I. Co . D, Sec. 25, SBE 103, Co r nell U ni ve rsity, I . t LL J oh n M a tse k '32, P.O. B ox 54 7, Shreve port, La . It haca, N.Y. Lt. Col. J o h n Ha ll Li v in gs to n ' 39 , B ox 637 , reter F. M at tei '37, 117lh NCB , Hq. Co. 2, Shreveport 86, La. FPO . San Franci sco, Ca l. H Olll e: 5 148 A sh· Lt. Col. J ohn J ose ph Li v in gs ton '38, 1 II J efla n d aven ue, St. L o ui s 15, !\( o . ferso n a ve nu e, Cr ysta l Ci t y, ],,10. Lt. Roy W. M a tth ew s '38, 3 10 San Beni te Cap t. R o bert G . L iv in gs to n '39, H & S Co., \\· a~' , Sa n Fra n c isco 16, Ca l. 660 th E n g r. T o po. Bn., APO 887 . c/o P M , New LI. J o h n A. M a zzo ni '43 , R o u te No. 1, Box York, N. Y. Ho m e: 30 2 W . 10th, Ro ll a, Mo. ~3, H ill Vi lla, L a yto n , U tah. E n s . J ea n :M cCaw L loyd ' 4-4 , E lectro lli c s O fA / S R ob ert W. M ell is ' 44, 7354 Co un u'Y fice, Norfo lk Navy Y ar d, Po r t s m o u th, Va. lu b ch ive, St. L o ui s 2 1, 1{ 0 . No r man R. Loe s in g 14 2 (Navy) H a u t e 10, L t. Jall ies J T. M e n efee '36, T-lq. N int h A ir Box 867, Ferg u so n , 110 . F o rce, ArO 696 , Ne w Yo r k, N.Y. H Ollle: 6 13 1faj. VenlO l1 T. Loes in g ' 42, Co . C , 3 10 Eng-I'. E. 1\f cCa 1'1 y s t reet, J effel' son Ci I y, !\1 0 . Bn., APO 8" Ne\\" Y o r k, N .Y. H o n,e: R t. 10, Cla rence L . M errell ' 42, U ,S . Nava l Ai r Sla ., B ox 86 7, Fergu son, i\{ o. Ottu mw a, Iowa. Lt. Jesse i\1. Log rbri n ck '39, U .S. Ma ri ne Lt. J o h n W. M et calf ' 40, USN R , M oto r P o o l Co rp s R ese rve, G- 2 Sec t. T-fd q. Co .. 3rd 11a r in c Li o n 9, Na vy No. 3923, J:;'PO, San F r a n c isco, Di v. c/o F P O , San Fra nc isco , Ca l. California. Capt. Edga,' C. L o n g '30, 6830 th T ech. S u p· Fra n k S. M ill ard '37, T ra n s. Trai n ing Sqd n ., p ly Re g t., APO 667, c/o PM, New Yo rk , N.l.' . At lantic l:' leet, No rfo lk, Va, Capt. Ri chard W . Lo ve '39, Hqs. 3 1, B Olll b L L Denn is H . M ill er '30, Hq s. 1, TA D , K ey F ield , 1f e ridi a n , !\li s!-' . \ -\ling, Un it 3, APO 182, San Francisco, Ca l. }-i o mc: N o . 51 R o ll a Garde n s, R o ll a, ?\f o . Lt. COllldr. Edwa rd C. Mill er ' 28, USNR, Danie l S. Lynch '4 1, 403 A ir Depot , APO J 104 C. Danie l Ba ld wi n B ldg" E ri e, Pa . 636, c/o P1f , New Y or k , N.Y. Lt. Edgar S . M iller ' .W, 2 19 Sherm a n ave n ue, Lr. J o h n H . Lyo ns ' 42, U.S. A r my A ir F o rce s, G len Jl idge, New J er sey. Sqd. A, 1\10 r r 15 Fi e ld , Cha ri o llc , N. Ca r . T-To l11 c : Cart. l l. ar o lcl C. Mill er '3 9, Ge n e ra l De live r y, 953 Bell erive Bl vd., S t. Loui s, M o . B il l in gs, Al o. Maj. Dona ld F. M c Ca rron ' 36, 3663 Linde ll , LL J ames G. M ill e r '38, 4230 I-Ia rtfo rd stree t, St. L o ui s, M o . St. Lo ui s . M o. S I / c J o h n J. M c Carthy ' 44, NATTC Bk s., En s. J ames R . Mill er '44, 45 F ederal s treet , Brull swick , ) f aine. ] 3, C la ss 24, COI'P US Christ i, Te x . Lt. ( jg) J ohn D. M c Cl e nd o n ' 40, USS Ach il , I st Lt . R o be r t JO. M ille r '41 , 302 K . R o ll a. R o ll a, 1\(0 . (l\li ss in g in ac t io n .) le s, c/o FPO , Sa n Franc isco, Cal. I-:To mc: 227 So u th Spanish avenue, Cape G irardeau, ) (" 0 . LL Cha rl e s K. M itche ll '43, Co. C. 6t h Pio· ~faj. Erne~t vV. M l:Ci u rt: '33, O I·d .. a ll cC Sect., neer Bn. 6th ) [ a r in e Div. l;" ~( F c /o J:PO , San Hq. S A ATSC, K ell y Fie ld , T ex . Franci sco, Ca l. I f' o me: 262ia Acco m ac s u'eet , Lt. W il li am F . M c Connell '42, H q. & Ba se St . Lou is, M o. Sv. Sq., 2 A ir Se r vice Gp. AAB Ke ll ogg l° ie ld, S l / c Ca lvin E . M oe lle r ' 44 , Sect. R 3· 3. B arBattl e Creek, l\f ic h. I-Io mc: 52 1 Church street , rack s J 6 1, Serv ice Schoo l Com m a nd. USNTS, H a nniba l, Mo . G,.eat L ake" Til . 'Ho lll e : 838 W. ~7th s t r eet, ?\ t aj. \Vi lli a m L . M c Crac k e n' 3 I, 40211d E n grs ., Ok iah o llla Cit)", Ok la. W. S. Bn., A PO 600 , e / o PM , r·ew Yo rk, N.Y. " .,·En s . Roger ' D. -M oe ll er '44, USS · Lea r y (DD Ii o lll c: c/o -R : \ "1 . Ri tc hi e, A m es, 10 wa . 879) , c/o FPO, New Yo,. k, N . Y . HO lll e : 838 Capt. F1 etcbe r J ,.·'McCrae '38, 20 2 E. 12th. ':'.. \ ,V.- 47L h st ree t, >0 id a h o m Ct Gi l"Y;. . ·Ok la . st ree t, R o lla , Mo. Steve ~L M o ll oy '32, U.S. Arm y A v iati o n , ?\'{ aj. ~B dd il1 g I-r. M c Curdy ' 38, C O IllIll O Il ' 'J\ fatagorda Pe nn , Fos t e r Field, Tex . wea lth & Sou the r n C o rp. , 212 V: . 'M ichigan En s. R o be rt i\l. M ontg o m ery '44 , N o r fo lk ave n ue, Jack so n , ·M ich. Navy Yard, c/o SOlla r Lab. B ld g . 32, P o ,.t s · Lt. · F r an k lin L. M c Cut ch e n '43, 34th Signal m o u th. Va . 1 I Ollle : 5-t6 N. Ranney, S ike s lo ll. Rad a l', APO 958, San Fra n cisco, Ca l. f [ ome: l\ lisso u l'i. 5008 Sutherla n d, St. L o ui s, M o. 1St LL Ke nn eth 1 1. M oo n ey '43, 970 E n gr. Lt. John I--I. M c Cutc h e n ' 38, c/o StatiOlI ~f ai ll t. Co " A P O i5S, c /o 'P)'f , New Y o rk , 1T05 pi ta l, Ca m p \"'heeler, !\'f aco ll , Ga, Ilome : N .Y, H o me: -t I l l \or . R o sa lie Sl., St. L o u is, )'Ii sso ur i, Campbel l, ' f o. Lt. R o ll a nd W. M c F ar la n d '40 , SC, H q. I ?\I aj. P ercy E. M oo r e '3 0, 672 Salem ave nu e, AA F, AFS. 33 rd BU, 2207 City H al l Bld g .. R o lla. ~l o. K ansas C it y 6, !\f o. J-l o m e : 228 N. 22 nd s t reet, Ca p t. James P. M o ore '26, 3 19 J ack so n SI. , Quincy, 1 11. Garv . Tn d. L t. Vern o n T. M c Gh ee '4 2. 28 14 th Eng!' Pet. Lt. Joh n I. M o or e Jr. ' 32, "USN"R, c/o Navy D is l. Co. , APO 75, c /o PM:, San F ranc isco, Petro le u m R ese r ve N o .1, Tap m <t n, Ca l. Ca l. l -I o me: Ro u te 2, Th o mpsO ll v ill e, I ll . Maj . l l o ward B. M ore la n d '28, H q . 243 rd S I/c Leo n a rd R. M cG ow e n ' 43 , Co. 28 , E n g r . C B n., APO 403, c/o P M , New Yo,.k . Sec. 3, Bi ll et 304, Navy Pi er, C hi cago , '11 1. E n s. Lew is A. M org a n ' 4-t, 302 Bye r s, J o p lin , 1\[isso u r i. J ro m e : 158 Seventh s tre et, \"' oodr ive r, JI I. Capt. J ack B. M c K ee '4 1, Ir q s. XX I !" I CO"ps, Charle 5i T. M orris '-t 2. Sqd. V N 5U8, P e n sa, APO 103, c/o P1\f , New York, N. Y. Tr o me: cola, Fl a., N ATB. I I o me : 440 E. L oc kw ood . 532 L ee avenue, \-\Teb s ter Gr oves, ·M o . \\'eb s ter Grove s, -M o . Garth G, M c K in ney '43, G randin, !\l is50 ur;. Lt. Frede r ick Mor r iso n '38, 6 1 i 3 '\'es llll ;ll, (III N a vy.) st er place" S I". L o ui s 12. ~ ( o . Lt. R obe rt P. M cM at h '43, Co. B. 120 En gr. f Lt. F red e ri c k },I . Muell er ' 38, "U.S. Navy C nn., APO 45, New York. N, Y. Il 0 lll e: 6 15 C o n s t. Equip. Rep. D e po t. 280 ' Sa nta Fe A ve" Newpo r t a ven ue, \,\ ' e b ste r Gr oves 19,10. ( 0 . , Te r n o n. Ca l. " l o me: B ox .12 .... Adr ian , ~I o . Lt. Co l. Edwin G. M ac hin '22, 8 11 P ill e S t. , \ Iaj. Geo r!!e B. Mu n roe J r. ' 40, 34, Ea .t Ro ll a , M o. A rgo nne , Ki r k\\' ood 22, i\ l o . Lt. H o ra ce L. M agee '43, H /S Co. 1322 nd Charle s .r. M u rph y '34, 6 120 K in g s b ury Blvd., En g l'. Re gl. APO 24 7, c/o PM:, San Franci sco, S t. L o ui s , l\ t o . (Coa, t Guard.) Ca lifo rnia. Lt. R o berl E. M u rp h y '4 4,3 182 S ig . Sv. Co., LL J o h n C. Mag ill '39 , 53A O r chard s tr eet, APO 18659, c/ o P i\f , N e w York, N.Y . :H o ll1e : . C.am b r id ge 40, wf a ss . Dix o n, 1\ 10 . \"' ill ial11 I-T. Ma g ill '4 4, ] 428 B ess ie s tr ee t-. R a~' J. Murp h y '4 .1, l{ 0 ut e I, BO lltl e T er re, -,\t issou r i. ...{:a p e G irard ea u, 11 0 . J> vt. T y D. M a in tz '44, AT C 28 th I nf., ArO Ell S. Kic h o la s M us h ov ic '42, USN R , USS

L oeser- DE 680, c/ o Fr O, San F ra n c isco, Cal. J-l o me: 356 Deer fie ld s treet, Gree n fie ld , M 8.£s. Lt. Wa ite,. E. Mussell ' 39, Box 236, P o p lar BluIT, Mo. E n s. Edward C . M yers '42, C u ba, M o . Capt. Gi lbert A . N ae r t '42, 4 17 Bom b Gp. 674 B o mb S q. APO 32 1, c/o P1\i , Sa n Franci sco, Ca lifo rn ia . Lt . Col. En och R. N eedles ' 14 , , S un set Dr. , SUl11 mi t, New J ersey. l aj, Vli ll iam 0, N eel '3 5, 3 14 B o urke, M a· co n, 'M o . E n s. Franci s S, N el so n ' --l4, Nava l S u pply Depot, C h eatham A n nex , vV ill ialll sb u l'g, V a, H o m e : 42 1 Sou Lh Colo rad o, K a n s as City, 110. 1s t LI. P au l C. N elso n '4 2, 42 17 \ Va shingt o ll Blvd., S t. Lo ui s 8, M o. I SL 1..1. W ill iam L . N esley ' 4 1, 7th \ Veather Sqdn. APO 953, c/o PM , Sa n Franc isco, Ca l. J-1Olll e : 4223 F air, St . L o ui s, M o . Ens. R a lph L . N eubert '42, 25 A u s t in p lace, Ki rkw ood 22, ~{ o . SgL J a m es A, N eustaed ter '43 , A Bat !' y., 292 n d F A Ob sn. B n. A P O 7,8, c/o P M , New Y o rk, N. Y. 1-1 o me: 5635 E ichelbe r g-e r st reet, St. L o u is, 'M o . Co r p. Fred N ev in ' 44 , H d q. SOS US S CT , }) la ll ll in g SLaff, A P O 627, c /o P !\( , New Y o rk. S 2/c Jame s R , N e v in '4 2, 25 i Vi ll a s treet, El g in, 111 . E n s. J oh n V·; . N ev in '42, 25i Yi ll a st re et. E lgin, I II. Lt. J oh n D. N ichol s o n ' 42, SCA A B Sioux City, l o wa. J-f o m e: 5924 Cha rl o tte, Ka n sas Cit)', 1\I o. LL J\' ick S. N ico la ' 42 , 3rd n Ol11 bardm ent Sqd n. APO 841, c/o PM , New Or lea n s, T_a. } [o m e: 4355 Laclede, St. L ou is 8, !\10. Lt. ( jg) Ivan 1\1. Niedlin g '40, U .S. Navy Re s id e n t I n spect o r o f Nava l !\I atl., 1"'05 Caron . delet, New O rl ea n s, La . fl o m e: 19 S. Pac ific, Cape G ira r dea u , Al o. Capt. Geo rg e T. N old e '3" Hq. 13th F ighter Co mma nd, APO i 19 1, Sa n Fra n c isco, Cal. ] [o me: 719 R upreclll, L emay 23, ·M o . CapL \ Yi ll ia m F . Obe r b eck ' 39, -t 15 Gree n field dr ive, St. Loui s 5, "110. Lt. J ohn J. O 'Hea rn ' 34, CW\I U N o. , Ii. Navy N o . 30 11 , c /o F PO, San F r a n ci sco, Ca l. l To me; 5-t·.\i Lyd ia aven u e, Ka n sa s City, M,o. Lt. F red W . O lde '42, 1st Troo p CC B as e Field , Ft. \ Varne , In d . ]-[ o m e : 4950 'M u rd och, St. L o u is 9, 1\1 0. E n s. R icha rd F . Ollis ' 44 , USN" R N T S ( R ad · ar) !\Cl T, 4iO Atl a n t ic av enu e, Bo s t o n , !\f ass. H ome: 1203 N. R ob ertso n, S pr in gfie ld , M o. l.t. J o h n K a rl O ls e n ' 42, I n di an Ri ve r , :M ich. Lt. Dav id \ -\T. O we n s '42, USS Newco m b, DD 586, c/o FP O, Sa n F r an c isco, Ca l. 1 [ome: 6 14 Ce n te r, \ Vaukesha , Wi s. Lt. (jg) Ro la n d C. O we ns ' 42, USS Harad en, DO 385, c/ o F r O, San Franci sco, Ca l. H o me : 6 107 Ce n tral avenue, T a m pa, F la. Pvl. Geo l'ge 1\f. P a ce '--l l , No.4 P ie r aven u e. B ox 407 c /o M I' S , R o b en B o r ce. 1 fermosa B eac h. Ca l. '.\ t er il o P a nci ero ' 37, U .S. Nav y Dept. , P eq UOt aven u e , 1 f y s l ic, Co nn . Lt. Gerald A. P ar is h '40, "USN R. Nava l Ba se, N o . 3247, FPO . Sa n Fra n c isco . Ca l. l l o mc: 635 South Co u rt. St. , P lattev ill e, \,Vi s. P vt. Edward P . Patter so n '4 "', ... OOOth AA F BU Ba se Labo rat o ry. \Vr ighl Fie ld , Dayt o n. O. I l ol11e: 4i20 Pari s h lane, Kan sa s C ity, Kan. En , . Ja so n i\ L Patr ick '4 1. USN R, I l lth "USN"C 1.3 Co. C, c/o FPO, San Fra nc isco. Ca l. I l o l11 e: B ox 12 1, Ro c kp o rt, ~ 1 0 . Ca pt. F red r. Paul '42 . 1-1 o me : 7227 Co l· gate, SI. L o u is 5. \ 10 . L t. (jg) Jam es R. Paul '43. H o me : 700 St. Frallci s s treet , K e nn ett, 1\10 . En s . ( jg) Anlh o ny C. Pau t ler .... " I I edr o ll , F.A \'\ ' ,2 . c / o F PO. San F ran c isco . Ca l. I I ollle : 403 S. Oak s u' ee L, U n io n, i\f o . Capt. L es lie ~\ r. Payne ·... 0, Co. C , 55 151 SA \0\ ' Bn. APO 7 17, c/o P,[ , San F ra n c isco , Cal. I r o lli e : 3nl a n d Virg in ia, Eureka, M o. LL Co l. B"r0 n 10. Peeb les ' 36. "I1 o m e : .\827 Neo :-: h o , Si. ]~o lli s 9, 11 0 . Maj. II a n y S. Pe n c e '23, I fdq. X Co r p s, Aro 3 10, c/o P M , San F r anci sc o, Ca l. !lo me : c / o E.. E.Trll s lo \\', Gray Gab les, l.ew is t o n , N.Y. Lt. (jg) Orvi ll e D. Penros e ' 42, CEC·USNR,

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LiSS A RD . 20, c/ o FPO , San Franci sco, Cal. ll ulIle: 1{ o lltrea l, V':i s . Maj. Geo rge A. Pe n zel 135, 1 51 Ellgr. Specia l Brigade, APO 357, c/ o P ~r , Sail Franci sco, Cal. Il o llle: Jack so n, 1\10 . 1st Ll. Ira L. Perkin s ' 43 , Co. 13, 12 6 1st En g r. C 13n., APO 204, c/ o P~l , N.Y. ~I aj . Ernes t L. Perry '4 0, 11q . 3 151h En g r. B n. APO 90. c/ o PM, K e w \ . o rk, N.". 1 [o me: 11 09 R o lla. R o ll a, M o. Lt. ( jg) Geo r g e A. Pe s che '39, Co 111 111. Air Seventh Fl eet ( Staff), c/ o FP O, Sa n Fran c isco, Ca l. II Dille: 2623 \·\ 'i im a , \\ ' ic hit tl 9, Kan. l.t. f\nhur L. Peterse n '-t 3, Co. H, 823 rd E.n g r. Av n. Bn . APO 689, New Y o rk, N.Y. II u me: Fergu son , l\I o . LI. Am edee A. Peugnet ' 27, US5 i\l iami , c/ o pro , San Fr anci sco, Ca l. L t. Bion D. Pewitt ' 42, 1925th Sig. Co. 59th .\ DC , Kell v Field, Tex:. I I o me: \ Tan Buren, .\ l issouri. bl L L Anhur A. Phill ips ' 38, CO. A, 555 th En g l'. H eavy P o nt. Bn. APO 18020, New Y o rk. Il o me: 2 10 \'\ "al nut s tl"eet , R o ll a, '.\ 1 0. ~Iaj. Peter J. P icco '31 , 11 q . & llq. Co ., 1102 Engl'. C Gp. A PO 403 , c/o PM, New Y o rk, N. Y. lI o me: 7310 Ethel avenue, Richm o nd Il e ig ht !'i, ~I o . T / 4 \Tincent P. Pi cco '39 , -I-I"q. & Service Co. 139 7 En g !'. C Bn. APO 244, c/ o PM, San Fran. c isco, Ca l. I-fome: 7310 Ethel avenue, Rich· mo nd ] leig ht s 17, Mo. En s. H ar o ld F. Pierce ' 37. Home: 1304 So. I ndianapo li s, Tu lsa 4, Okla. "j\faj. Rex E . P in kley ' 33, address unkn o wn. T / 5 Philip l-L Pi pk in ' 39, Ser vice Co. 15 Armcl. Lnf. Bn. APO 225, c/o P~I , New York, N.Y. Il o me: V in ev ille Co urt Apt s. C·-f, -~Ia­ co n. Ga. Theod o re J. Pl anje '-lO. In the Army, but addr ess unkn o wn. S l / c Alan P. Plo eser '44, Radar Sch oo l, Il ugh ,l aniey Schoo l, Ch icago 12, JII. I lo me: 6-f 5 Simm o n s, Kirkwood, ~f o . CrlPt. Edgar F. Pohlmann '39. I[o me: Baden Station, R o ute 3, St. L o ui s Coun ty, 1\'1 0. Di scharged a s Captain. En s. Jame s I-L Polhemus '43, Naval ~ f ine \,\ 'arfare Schoo l, B o x 216, Y o rkt o wn, Va. ]-[o me: 26 Ke offeram Rd., O ld Greenwich, Co nn. En , . vVil liam L. Pollock '42. H o me: 705 N. Park, Sike ston, ~fo. Lt. Earl V . Porter ' 37, 6 10(h AAF, BVF, El g in Field, Fla. T-Tome: Campbe ll , i\'1 o. Ll. (jg) J ohn R. Pos t ' 39, USS S·46 , c/ o FPO, San Franclsco, Ca l. I-ro me: Box 8 1, Parma, ~I o . Lt. Co l. Sam ue l S. Po st ' 3 7. H o me: 42 R o l. la Garde ns, R o ll a, '!\{o. Maj. He r ben L. Prange '3 8, CE, En g r s. AFHQ, APO 512, New Yo rk , N.Y. H o me: 428 7 T[olly avenue, Sc L o ui s, ~f o . En , . Albert W. Pre s nell '44. H o m e: 14 28 Hazelwood, L os Angele s 4 1, Ca l. 1s t Lt. Franklin D. Priebe '40, CO. A, 8581h Engr. Avn. Bn. APO 627, c/ o PM, N.Y. 1 rome: 3743 No rth 17th St., ~{ilwaukee , \Vi s. Ll. J o hn H. Prie s tly ' 42, 244 AAF BU, H al" vard, Ne b. I-I ome : 100 1 ~{ain s treet, R o ll a, 'NIo. Ll. Ambrose E. Pritchard '43, 1304 AAFBU ATC, APO 492, New York, N.Y . I-ro m e: 1008 So. 2n d, Sp l'in gfie ld, :I II. L t. Paul B. Proug h ' 33. I fo me: 60 6 4th a venue, Eau Cla ire, 'vVis, Lt. (jg) Rich a rd G. Prough '3 8, Sqdn. VN 8 D 5, U.S. Nava l Acad., Annapo lis, ?\fd. ~ra j . \"'illi am l\{ . Puetz '4 1, 316 l~ n gl·. En . APO 9 1, c/o P~{, Kew Yo rk , N.Y. 1-ro me : Linn , .\10. En s. Richard S. Radcl iffe '42, VPB 109, FPO, Sa n Franc isco, Ca l. I l o me: 221 E.. Teffe r so n, Kirkwood , ~[ o . . .\ f aj. J oseph E. Raka s kas '4 0. '1ro m e: 9 Redwood ave nue, Pat er son , N. J. Cha rl es L. Rake straw '44. I ro me: 200 E. 51h, Lamar, 1f o. Tn AI·my. L t. R ene K. Ra smusse n ' 43, Co. C, 1880 th ·E_ngr . Avn. Bn. APO 689 , New York, N.Y. H ome: 3-+ 15 \t\l illiam PI., St. L o ui s, ~10. A / C William R Rea '3 9, R o ut e 2, Carro ll. lo n, ]\ 1. 0. Ll. Col. Elli o tt H. R eed '36. I lo me: 1134 \V. Cul ver s treet, Ph oeni x, Ari z. L l. Jack A . Reed '4 3. J ro me: 909 S. F ree.

mont , Sp rin g field, ~{o. Lt. Richard C. Ree se ' 38, LBAAB L o ng Beach, Ca l. H o me: 604 N. 33rd St ., Ea st Sl. L oui s, I ll. Capt. Th o ma s '1r. Reese '3 4, 4317 S. 36th S l., Arlingt o n, \ "a. Lt. Edward T. Regenhardt ' 30, 224 W. P a rk, Cap e Gira rd eau , ~t o . Lt. Fran klin C. Rehfeld ' 43, Co. B , 866th En g r. A VIl. Bn. APO 75. {;nit 1, c/ o P"j\I , Sa n F ranci sco, Cal. I I o m e : D e Sm e r, So. Dak. S l / c Allan S . Reichert '44 , US S LS~lR -f 07, c/ o FPO, Sa n Franci sco, Ca l. ]lo me: 5086 \'V aterm a n, S t. L o ui s S, ~1 0 . L L A lm o n E. Rhode s ' 39, 1850 So. Ad a m s, Denver 10, Co lo. Maj. Richard C. Rhode s ' 4 1, 1347 Engl' . Con s l. Gp. APO 5 13, c/o Pi\1 , New Y OI"k, N.Y. .I-To m e: i\{ain 12 A, Pinckneyville, 111. R alph Vv" . Richmond ' 33, ill Army. .I-lo m e : 56 11 Enright avenu e, S1. Lo ui s, 110 . 1St Ll. R obert P. Ridley '40, 49 1st B o mb Sqdn. APO 2 12, c/ o P11 , New Yo rk , N.Y. ]-[o me: -l5-f 6 \,\ ' a shingt o n ave nu e, SL L o ui s, }'Io . \'\" i1 ben A. Ro a ri g '3 9, in Army. ll o m e: 1.tFurnace & 4th s treet, Plattevil le, \\·is. Cpl. I-l arry F. R obertso n ' 42, CO. A , 18n Eng r. Avn. Bn. APO 2 18, c/ o PM, New Y o rk, N. Y. ]-[ome: -f0 :; "M oore st r eet , Charles to n, ~I o . Capl. Chade s C. Rodd ' 33, Office o f Chief of Onin ance, 'vVa shin glO n. D.C. Flo me : -f-l-3 9, 34 S. Farlingt o n , Arlingto n , Va. Lt. \"i ilfred K. Rodman ' 37, SL Jame s, ~f o . Theo d o r e J. Ro emer '43, New burg, :i\10 . LL (jg) Ke ll neth A. Roffmann '42, Apt . 2A , -f702 Nicho ls avenue S. \tV., \,Va shington 20, D .C. En s. Fra n k lin B. Rog er s '4 1, Navy No. 66, FPO, San Franc isco, Cal. J ean L . Ron at '44,3 12 7 No rw ood, St. L o ui s 15, Mo . Capt. Colin G. Rose '40, 8th Airc r aft ~f a il1 tenance Unit, USS Co l. Perciva l E. Gabel, APO 246, U nit I , c/o Pi\f, San Franci sco, Cal. I-To me: 16438 ~ I anhalta l1 p lace, J\f oneta, Cal. Lt. Charle s n. Ro sen baum ' 33, 82nd Inf. Div. APO 469, New \' o rk,K.Y. Capt. Edmund S. R osz kowsk i ' -fl, l-l7· 27 Ferndale avenue, J amaica, T.y. En s. Pau l B. Rothband '43, 432 Cuyler H a ll , Sec . 142, N T S, Princeto n, N .J. J-Iome: 1237 ]-[tlIHillgto n road, Kan sa s City 2, 110. Ens. Jame s R. Roux '4 1, 332 Dickson street, Kirkwood, 110. En s. Ru ssell A. Royer ' 42, Navy 9 1S, Box C, New York . }{ome: 77 25 ~.l o hawk place, Clayt o n, ~10. Comdr. Thurber W. Roy er ' 35 , ]-Id . of Overhaul Engr. Br. , ·J\{aint. Div. Bur. of Aero., Navy Dept., \,\ 'a shin g to n, D.C. Lt. H ar o ld J. Rud isa il e '44, 45 Replacemenl Draft, c/ o FPO, San Franci sco, Cal. T-To me: c/o B icke l :H os pita l, Lamar, j\{o. Lt. (jg) Edward L. Rueff '40, 5863 ,Iaple avenue, St. Loui s, 1:[0. Ll. Emi l T. Ruh le '43, CO. A, 26 th Sig. Trg. Bn ., Camp Cro wder, ~f o . En s. Willi am T. Rule '44, USS Y"f S· 132, FPO, Sa n Fn_lI1ci sco, Ca l. I-Tome: Din 14 t 5, P a r so n s, Kan. 1st Lt. Jal11e s F. Ru sh ing ' 40, Corp s of Engr s. H '1. I St Engl'. Spec. Bri g . APO 562 , New Yo r k, N .Y. ·I--lome: 16 10 Drown j\I a r x Bldg., Birmingham 7, Ala. Ll. J o hn W. Ruwwe ' 36, USN R, U .S. [ll · tt"epid ( Air) c/o FPO, San Franci sco, Cal. H ome: 932 D o ver place, St. L o ui s, 1\10. Ll. Col. Wi ll iam J. Sabo ' 3 1, Chief o f E n g r. Secti o n o f l-Idql"s. Advanced Ail" Depo t, Ninth Air F o rc e Se r vice COlll mand, Grea t Britain. Ll. Ca d L. Sa ll ey '29, RFD R o lla, Mo. ,raj. J ohn J. Sandford '08, 4055 Hu mphrey :;: tre€t, Sr-. L o ui s 16, -M o. Maj. J ose ph E. Scally '31 , Co rps o f En g r s. U.S .A. c/o Petr. Ad m. fo r War, 624 So. "1 ich· igan, Chicago, J11. "J [o rne: Law sonYJ\ICA, 30 'Ai . Chicago ave nue, Ch ica go, -Il l. Pfc, H erman F. Schal k '45, B. Btry, 62 7th F .A. Bn. APO 75 8, c/o PM, New Yo rk, N.Y . 1-{ol11e: 3825 Fairview, St. Loui s 16, ~fo . L t. (jg) R o na ld A. Schaller Jr. '40, Navy Dept. RI11 . 305, 73 9 N. :Broadway, )[ilwa ukee, \·Vi SCOIlSi,l. Ll. Col. Walter , Schamel J r. ' 34 . !-l o me: 30 18 S. Fello ws street. So uth Bend, I nd .

LL J o hll C , Sch illing ' 43, Officer s Di vis io n, EIITC, 11 '1. Fl. Belvoi r, Va . I-l ome: 271 3 M e r. 31ll eC, SI. L o ui s, 1\1 0 . I J" e rm a n B. Schmid '4 0, Nav y D ep t. Sec. 665BU Ship s, 17th Co n s ti t uti o n S t. , \Va s h in g to n, D. C. Il o m e : 40 10 2 1s t st ree t N .E. , W a shin g, to n 18 , D. C. ~rid s h ip man R ay mo nd C. Schmidt ' 38, ad· d r ess un k n o wn. L t. K e nn et h \'\ '. Schoeneberg '44, Co. F , 1330 !11 Eng r. C .S. Regt. A PO 180, c/ o PM, San Fra ll c isco, Ca l. H o me: 3-f05 S he nand oah ave nu e, 5 t. Lo ui s 4, ~r o . En s. Fra nk O. Schofro '-f 4, di scharged a s a n En s ig n. -I lo m e : 9th and Bi sho p, Ho ll a, ~r o . Capt. K enn e th A. Schowalter ' -f 2, C \,\ "S, TSFET ( Main) APO 757, c/o PM, New Y o rk. 1s t Lt. Il ar o id J. Schroeder ' 41, D e l. 365 , 181h \'V eatil c r Sqd . APO 633, c/o P?vf , Ne w Yo rk, N.Y. I-lome: Seym o ur, \"' is. Lt. \-\i il li am A. Schroeder ' 4 1. l[o llle: 94 1 River s treet , Shawan o, \,Vi s. Ri chard L. Schumacher '42, NTS, Sec . R. 7.4 , Bk s. 306, Great Lakes, Ill. L1. Aru stin E. Schuma n '42, 6 72 Ordna nce Ammuni t io n Co . APO 17113, N.Y. }-J o me: 10 1 W. 17th s t,-eet, R o ll a , 1'1'10. S I/ c Llo yd C. Schuma n n '43, B a it. I , Pi a · toon 4, N TS ( EE & RM) USNTC, Gulf po rt, 1\{i ss . l-fo llle: B ox 377, R oseclare, 111. Lt. ( jg) J o hn A. Schwaig ' 42, 502 7 Min erv a, St. L o ui s, ~II o . i\i[aj. \,Vi lli a m I-T. Schwalbert ' 36, The Engineer Sch oo l, Ft. Belvoir, Va. lJo llle: 89 5 B o nhOJ11me r oad, C laYlon, ~{o . LI". Ro be r t E. Schweit zer ' 4 J, 448th Sqdn. Bomb G (1{) , APO 650, c/ o Pwf , New Yo r k, N. Y. Tro me: 7726 E ssex, Chicago, Il l. E n s. Harry S. Scott ' 44, USS YMS·38 7, FPO San Fran c isco, Cal. I-l o me: Rivermines, Mi sso uri. M aj. Th eod o re O. Se ib e rlin g ' 33, FIq. 11 391 h Engr. (c) Grp. A PO 403, New Yo r k, N.Y. Pvt. R o bert E. Setchfield '44 , APO 182 33 , c/o P!\I, N ew Y o rk, N .Y. flome: 8623 En g ler, St. J o hn s, 11 0. Maj. R o bert M. Sexton ' 41 , I-Iq. 83 41h En g r. Avn. Bn. APO 126 c/o PM, New Y o rk, N.Y. frome: 520 \"ie s tgate avenue, Univer s it y City, ·M i sso uri. LI. Irvin 'E. Shanfield '39 , AAF D od ge Chicago plant, 7401 S. Cicer o, Chicago 80, Ill. Ll. J ack L. Shafer '43, 294th Engl'. (c) Bn. APO 755, c/ o P~1, New York, N.Y. JT o me : 6 t4 P o r ter avenue, J op li n, 1'10. A/ C J o h n I-I. Shankland ' 4 1. I-lome: 5603 32nd avenue, Ken osha, \"' is. Capl. Kenneth F. Sheckler '37, 3rd Ser. COIll. mand T-i: q. Ser. Co m. Contro l Div. P os to fli ce Bld g ., Baltim o r e, 11d. · Jean T. S hipm an ' 43, Co . C, 1329 E ng r. Gen. Ser. Reg t. APO 17 604, c/ o PM, New York, l'LY. I-l o m e : 8 16 N o rmal, Spri ngfield, ~ f o . E n s. G ilb ert R. Shock ley '42, USNR, 5 16 Quill tOid avenue, A nni ston, A la. J-To me: 1 0~ 7 S Eli zabeth , Overland , ~1 0 " Lt. ( jg ) D o nald H. Short ' 43, USS Indi a na, c/o I:" PO, San I:"rancisco, Cal. S/ Sgt. Kenneth V. Sibert '38, H & S Co. 178 th Engl'. C Bn. APO 403, c/o PM, New York NY E,; s. Or;nond M. Si ever t '44, U SS LSM 337, c/o FPO San F ra nci sco, Ca l. I-Tome: 598 1 ·M in erva avenu e, St. L o ui s, 1\'f o. Capt. R o bert C. Silhavy '41. Home: 8969 Olden av enue, Overland, fi1 0. Lt. P e ter Simonds '40 , RCCS, Vi m y B a r· ra c ks, Kin gs to n, Ont. 1'/ 5 S anfo rd L. Simo ns, C.E. U .S. Arm y, P.O. B ox 1663, Santa Fe, New j\1exi co . I ro m e : 13-f· 2-f Ave., Flu shi ng, L o ng I s land, N. Y. En s. Alb ert T. S inde l ' 42, 9 3 N CB , c/ o FPO Sail Frallci sco, Ca l. I-l o me: 4 1-1-4 Pa seo, K a nsa s City 4, ~'f o . E ll S. J o hll W. Sjober g ' 44, USS Larso n ( DD 830), c/ o FPO , New York, N.Y. H o me: 929 E. E I111 s treel , Apt. 405, Sp,- in gfie ld, M o . Lt. Gabrie l C. Skitek '43, 44 1 Allwell driv e, Apt. J. Dayton, Ohio. H ell r y -l\r. Sloan '43 ( 11 er cha n t ~fal'ille), ho me, 409 C"pto l, Jefferson Cil)" M o. 1S l L1. Pau l E . Smelse r ' 34, E ll gr. Sect ion, J-1 q. N o r mandy Ba s e Sect. Co m. Zo n e, Euro peaTL Theater o f Oper., APO 562, New Yo rk; N :Y.


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L I. ( jg-) R obert A. Sm ith '4 2, USS· L S M 386 , c/ o FP O, Sa n Franc isco, Ca l. E Il ~. \ 'irgil A. Smith '42, USN R , i\{T B , RO il 36, c/ o FP O San Fra n cisco, Cal. I fOlll e: 39 P a rk, B Oil ne 'f erre, fif o. Capt. J oh n P. Soult '39, B a se Sect. No.3, c/o Pi\f , A P O 689, 1 ew York, N . Y. Ll. l_eo G. S pinn er '43 , 204 th Engr. (c) J3 n. , \ 1'0403, c/o PM , N.Y . I l o me: P a lestine, 111. Capt. 1r vi n C. Spotti '3 8, Pr iso n er o f \'Va r . Glenn L Sta ley '44, 4434 S. 371h, S t. L o u is, ~[o. I n Navy, Air Cadet']:rank C. St eimk e '41, Boca R a ton V'ie ld , F la. ] ro mc: 9209 Lack land, Ove rl and, :,Ii s..;ou r i. Capt. \\ 'i ll ia m E. Ste ph en s '38, TTcath, 1\ [ Ill. L I. H arve), C. Steve n s '41, 9 7 'B o mb G r. 340 Sq. A PO 520, c/ o P i\[ , New York, . '. Y. Capt. J oseph E. S tev e ns '32, 8 1s t E ngr Co m . bal Bn. }\ PO 443, c/ o PM, New Y o rk, N.Y. Ll. (jg) Fraz ier 7\1. S tew a rt '40, Swn o li nd O il & Ga s Co ., P.O. B ox 40, Ca sper, \\ '),0. D is· charged as a L t. ( jg) . M aj. R obe r t i\ f. Stewa rt '39, Ge n . D e l. , 563 • \ .\ FBU, H omestead, F la. Lt. nerbert R. Sto ckt o n '4 1, 1120 Wil kerso ll, Seda lia, ~J o. Ja me s E. Stogsdi ll '25 , ad dr ess un k n o wn . L eo n a rd Stohldrier '4 1, 1507a O bea r Ave., Sl. Loui s 7, :M o. Pr iso ne r o f \'Var. H o me r B . Stok es '38, i\f a lden , ,\1 0. E ll S. Ro b ert L. Stowell '42, CBM:U 573, c/o F.PO Sa n F ,·a n c isco, Ca l. Ilome : l\'Ladi so n , • f cw 'Y o r k. S / gt. W illi a m R. St ri ckel ' 42, 19t h SlU1 U A P O 86 , c/ o P Iv[ , Sa n :J?,'a n c isco, Ca l. Tr o m e : 232 E. :tra use r, 'M a rcelin e, 1\1 0. M aj. R a lph H . Stricker '36, 44 13 Bin gham avenue, ' (. Lo ui s ] 6, "?o.[o. 1s t Ll. Co rn eliu s Stuek '43, 1942 l': n g r. Se r · v ice Co. S, F C A PO 710, c/ o P M, S an Fra n· c isco , Ca l. L I. Co l. M a u r ic e E. Suhre '3 1, 848 E n g l' . AV Il . B n. A P O 629, c/o PM:, New Yo r k, N .Y . Jlome: c/ o J. IT. U nd e rw ood, V ich y roa d, Ro ll a, M o . M aj. A ll a n J. Summers '4 1, T a lla poos a, M o. L t. G. , Va y n c Sutterfield ' 43, 972 Eng l' . Mai n t. Co . APO 70, c/o PM, Sa n Fra n c isco, Ca l. I-Jo me : Sa le m , :M o. En s. Ned Swa ll ow '43, c/ o R oscoe Swa ll ow, St itzer vVi s C·ap;. O tis 1 r. Taylor ' 42, 484l h B o mb Gp. ( Hq ) Deta c h. , AP O 520, c/o PM, Ne w Yo r k. 1\l a j. L es li e G. Tennie s '36, 202 }"o urth s t-reet , L illie Va ll e)', N.Y . Ca p t. A lbe r t L. Tetley '39, Co.]) 40 th E n g r s., . \ PO 758, c/o P M, New Y o rk, N .Y . Capt. \,Villi a m ·r. .I. Thay er ' 42, lTq . 170th l~ ngr. Co mbat 13n ., A P O 235, c/ o 1'11 , a ll Franci sco, Ca l. ., ro m e: 78 \·Ve st street, G ree nfie ld, !\f ass. T. t. 'Ray m o nd L . Thia s '42 , 3946 Dover plac e, Sr. L o ui s, 1\[ 0. Capt. Geo r g e '1r. Thom as '43, E n gl'. Sec, 1 rq. 8th Arl1lY, AP O 343 , c/o P-M-, Sa il Franc isco, Ca l. Tro m e : 1636 J e r sey, Quin cy, III. Capt. JT a ro ld D . Thoma s '28,65 0 E n g l' . AV II . Bn. APO 156, N.Y. H o m e: Il lh a n d H o ll o· way . Ro ll a , 1\f o . \\ 'i ll ia m J. Thoma s '44 , 1305 VV. n ig h, J effe r:-' 0 11 C it y, -M o, ·I n Navy. Ll. T h ur ma lJ ~rf. Thom es '40, 668 t h Nav iga. r ion Gp., B ox 954, Ellin g t o n Fi e ld, T ex. 1 rome: f'06 Vi ll e s tree t, P o pla r Blu ff , 1\1 0 . P vt. H en n et R. Th omp so n '26, 10 19 W es t Ro m a , A lb uClu erq uc, New l\f cx. 1\ f aj. Freder ic k VV. Tho mp son '38, 245 E ng-I'. ( c) TIn . A PO 403 , c/o PM , New Y ork, N. Y. ] J ollle: 'Ro ll a, M.o . Ca p t. lr o ln e r F. Thomp so n '43, Tf q. ] 292 nd

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1': n gT. C Un . A PO 1456 1, Sa n Fra n ci sco, Ca l. Il o m c : 1605 1 ~ ITn s n cel, R o ll a, 1\ 1' 0. 1s t L t. F,'a ll k 1\L Thorou g hman '32, Ath lo n e ave llu e, Sl. Lo ui s J 5, ·J\ f o . L I. (jg) C la r e J. Thorpe '35, USS M a um ee, A02, Fr o Ne w Y o r k, N .Y . J I Ql11 c : 35 Gree n Ac re s, R o ll a , M n. L I. J ack " . Ti ed e '40, USS Avery Is la n d c/ o f' P O New York, N .Y. IIol11 c: So lt ill o, T ex. L t. Col. A lfo n s J. T iefe n brun ' 3 1, 652d 'En g l'. ( T op.) Bn . A P O 403, c/ o Pi\{, Ne w York, N. Y . ] l o l11 e: 3675 Alberta s t r eet, Sl. Lo ui s, ~\1 0 . LI. Robe rt L . Topper '4 1, II q. En gr s. AP O 386 , New Yo rk, N .Y . ] fome: 440 9 Fl or a, Ka ll ~ a fi ' il Y, i\ [ o. L l. ( jg-) D o na ld L. Tri sc h ' " I, 18 th USNC B , FP O Sa n V' ra n c isco, Cal. .' / Sgl. Cha rl es R. Trotter '42 , 'J Iq. Co. 11 47 th En g l' . (c) G ro u p AP O 655 , c/o PM , l\e\\' Yo r k, N.Y. H o m e: 1108 Bi s ho p, Ro ll a , ~\I ifiso u r i. L t. 'Fo r rest T. Trout ner '39 , U .S. Arm y, Fra ll kfOl'cI A r senal , Ph il ad elph ia, Pa . Capt. Arm in J. Tu c ker ' 40, 563 rcl Army Air ]~orce B a se Un it, l [ol11cs tead Ar m y A ir -F ie ld , ] rOl11est ead, Fl a. H ome: 1206 E lm , R o ll a , ) f o. ~\r aj . l'\" o rlll an P. Tu c ker '40, 245 BU S qcl n E , AA F , M cCook, Ne b. :I rome : 1206 EI I11, R o lla , .\ l isso ur i. S I/ c George L. Tuer '4 3, 3406 Gi ll ham road, K a nsa s City, ?\[ o. I.t. TIurr V . Turn er '38, USN R. YPH · IOO, c/ o FP O San 17' ra n ci sco, Ca l. I rome: Gideon, .....r isso uri . L I. (jg) Tgnat iuo J. Ulak '39, 310 ,'cw Y o rk aVC ll ue, l\~ ewa r k , N.J. Lt . (jg) N o rm a n R. Underhill '+3, USS Y'.\f S 74, c/o FP O New 'Yo rk, l\ .Y . Ca pl. R o b ert G . V an Nos trand '"2, 310 E. Campbe ll ave l1 ue, S h c rrill, New Yo r k . RT 3/c J o hn H. Van a s '44, l\av. T rg-. & D is l. Cente r, Shoe m aker, Ca l. T[o m e : 6625 -.\ J itchc ll aven u e, Sl. L o ui s l a, . . . f o. E n s . R ay E. Vau g hn ' 4 1, Fn gr. P roject Offi· cer, Bureau o f A ero n a u t ics, U,S . Navy D ept. , \Nash in g- tOIl , !J. C. LI. (jg) G e ne 11. V ea le '42, 64 14 Ca tes Ave., St. I .oui s 5, 1\1: 0 . Edwin C, Vo g eles a n g '4 2, R o u le 12, B ox 20 1, Kir k wood , ·!\ f o. :\f aj. Fred K. Vogt '37,8 10 \\ ' . 10th, R o ll a , 1\ f isso uri. L t. Edw a rd P. Vollherb s t '43 , APO 1" 984, c/ o PM, Sa n F ran c isco, Ca l. J fo m e : 2035 n a lmo ra l ave nu e, U ni o ll , N.J. Cp l. H e r be rt A. V o lz ." I , 4800 Rh odes Ave .. Sl. L o ui s, )1o. S / Sgl. G e ral d E. Walla ce ' 40 , 790th E n g . P el. Di sl. Co . A PO 562, c/o PM , Ne " Yo rk, N . \'. H o m e: 1308 E lwood street, SI. J ose p h 12, 1 10. T / 5 Fran c is R. Wa ls h '4 4, 6735 a Al itch ell av cllu c , S t. L o ui s, "?o.[ o. Co l. Th o ma s P. Wal s h ' 17, Fillan ce Sect io n, TIqrs , An ti ll es D e pl., A PO 85 I, c/ o PM, l\ t ia Jl1i, Fl a . L t. (j g ) Alb c r t B. Wa.Ite ns pi el '36 , Al11phibiu s Operat in g B a se, Navy 128 , FP O S aIl Frrl ll c iscn, Ca l. En s. E d m und J. Walten s piel '4", USN R, USS L S 1' 473, c/o Fro San Fran c isco, Cal. 'I ro m e : 110 ul e I , R o ll a, -)\ [ 0. rfc. Edw in G . Walter ' 3 1, Co. D 534 th E B & S l~ , A PO 926, c/o P .\ 1, Sa n Fra n c isco, Ca l. l\ l aj . Jl' ar Qld R. Wampler '4 1, 3 1lt h 'E. ngr !' . Ca mp Grube r , Ok la. 1 f o m e : ·M a scot, T e llll. " 'IS. Ri c h a rd E. W amp ler '44 , USS LC I ( M ) 669 c/ o FPO , Sa" Fra n c isco, Cal. 1\ 1aj . C h a rl es C, W ard '40, I SOO P ine !->treCl, R o ll a , M o. I .t. Earl L.Wa s hburn '42 , :E. lccl ro ll ics Schoo l, Se q uo ia Fi eld, Vi sa li a , Cal. Capt. C hri s . . . 1. Wattenb arge r ' -t I, F rank ) 10 1'1 0 11 Co n s t. F.n g r s., l .. ama r, 1\1' 0. Di sch ar ged a s a Capt a in . 1I 0 ll1 er J. W eaver '4.1, Co . L , II 0lh Tn L .\ P O 28 . New 'Yo r k, N .Y. I l o lll e : 9 1-1 Co lo ll ia l S t. , S p r in gfie ld, i\ f o. H.. T. 2/ c Ri c hard T. W eave r '4 1, USS Z a n· i ah , A .G. 70, D iv. 1 1, 'FP O Sa n Fra n c isco, Cal. Il o lll c: 243 N r l h s t rcet , On eid a, K .'{ . Capt. Willi a ll1 J T. W ebb '39, J Iq. 3" t h 1\ A1\ G rp . A PO 758, c/ o P'tl f , Ne w Y o r k, N .Y. ll ollle: 115 N . l .. eed s ave nu e, ·Eld o l1, ~[ ().

L I. (jl'() A rt h ur W eber J r . '40, 1396 E . 25th, T u lsa , Ok la. 1.1. B en E . Wei die '42, 3953 COllage ave n ue, St. LOlli s, i\ l o . Capt. J oh n 1.. . W eidy '43 , R o u te 3, B ox 2 17, St. C ha rl e s, Mo . P Vl. Ern s t A. W ein el '44, 1576 Engr. P hotomap PI. A P O 75, c/o P~\t , Sail F ra n c isco, Cal. 1St L t. Ca rl J. We is '4.J, 60 l s l E n g r. ' q . 385th Se rvi ce G ro u p, (S P ) A P O 180 15 c/o P .\ [ , Sa il F ran c iscQ, Cal. L t. D anie l We iss man '35, Eng!'. Sec. Colum, bu s Army Se r vo Forces D C!lOt , Co lum b u s 15, O. Frank IJ. W elch '42, 32 1 P e rr y St., De So lfJ, M o. ( I n Nav)'.) Capt. J oh n F . Welch J r. '40, 3236 \\'at so n road, St. Lo ui s 9, 1\[ 0 . L I. R o), C. Werner '43, II dqr . 1 X A F ( ADv) A 1'O 696 , c/o PM, New Yo r k, N. Y. H ome: 652S L o ra n s t r eet, St. Lo ui s 9, ·" fo. L t. DO:1 ·,\ L W es t '4 3, 204 O live, Ro ll a , i\ [ n. :En s. Robert S. Wes twater '44, 18 -M err ick s treet, H 1II11 fo rd , R . f. En s . R icha rd D . Wheat '44, R obert K. H unl· in g to ll , DD 78 1, c/o FP O San F ra ll cisco, Cal. Il. o me: 2350 K. Camp be ll , Sp r ingfie ld, ~\f o . L t . Cha rl es S. White '32, 37 11 \\·a shingtoll st reet, V icks bur g, i\'f iss. Ro n a ld 1\ 1'. White '26, 4 14 Ea st 70t h s treet, T(an s a s C ilY 5, nf o. ( I n A rm y.) S/Sgl. \\ 'i lli s M . Whitfield '43, 130 I E"l'(r. Gen . Se r. :Regt. Co. '1[ & S, A PO 403, c/o PM, Ne w Y o rk, 1\. 1"'. L 1. V irgi l L . Whitworth '23 , addre ss u n, k n own . En s. D ave A. Wicker, USS I robby, A PO 95 c/ o Fl'O San F ranci sco, Ca l. Chief P etty Office r CI\'de 1':. Wil h ite '3 1, Cc,\ r 839 .70. i 6, 2 1s t NC ' B all. Co . B , F PO Sa n Fran cisco, Ca l. Capt. 'R a lph W. Wilkey '38, 17th R cn . S q . A PO 920 c/o P M, Sa n F rancisco, Ca l. ] rome: 205 Oak s t reet, K enn ett, 1\[ 0, An h u r J. William s '33, 2320 C levela nd Bl vd ., G rani te Cit y, 111. Tn A rm y .) Cap t. L eo n a rd O . Williams '25, 2722 'v" arren a ve nu e, Cheyenne, \·\ ' yo . P fc . John O . Wilm s ' 43 , 29th En g r. Tr n,((. B". Co. C , Pl a too n 4, Ft. W ood, M o. H o me: 4 138 Newport ave nu e, Chi cago, 111 . Lt. F. 1 1u gh Wil s o n '40, 15th \\'eathe r Sqd n. A P O 922, c/ o PM , San 17' ,'an c isco, Ca l. H o me: R o u te 6, C elz ro ad , F t. \'Va y ne, Ind. i\1aj . :Lo re n A. Wil so n '3 1, B ox 266, Cra ll e, 'M isso u r i. R o bert F. W i nkle '42, 509 Che rr y st reet, W e b ste r G rove s 19, M o . E" , . C harl es A . Wi sc h off '4 I , USN 'R. H o me: 28 S . Ches t nu t s t r eet, Platt ev ille, \,Vi s , E ns . L o ui s B. Wissl er '43, U S S Sat urn (A F 40), FPO 1'\ew Y o rk , N.Y. Tro me: .1 14 1 COle Bril lia llt e a ve nu e, S t. L o ui s , i\[ o. Cap t. J ac k A. Witt '4 2, Edina, i\f o. Lt. Arthur E. Woerheid e J". '36, 1349th E n g- r. G e n. Se r vo R egt. APO 640, Ne w Y ork , i'\ .Y . l-fo lll e : B ox 73, K o un tze, T ex . Maj. H e rb e rt C. W olf ' 38, 3 16th En g r s. AP O 9 1, c/ o P1\,[ , N ew Yo rk, 1.'\" . ]To lll e : 62 16 D exte r dr ive , Aff LO Tl 23, 1\[0 . Lt. (jg) L eo nard C. W olff '42, USS Nas h · vill e, c/o FPO San Fran c isco, Ca l. J[o m e: 543 Kir k h a lll , \'Ve bste r Groves, 1\[ 0. L t. Cn l. \\·in s to n T. Womma ck ' 37, 2.12 E ng l' . C Bn. A1'O .J39c, c/o Pi\(, N e w Yo r k, N. Y. '1ro m e: 435 E. B e nn ett S t., S rrin gfie ld , 1>. 1' 0. L t. C la re nc e J. Wrig h t '43 , 82 ncl E n g l'. C 01 11 ' ba t B n . APO 339, c/o Pi\[ , Ne w Y or k, N. Y . I ro m e : .) 03 1 L ot us ave nu e, S1. L o u is 13, :M o. Sgt . 'Fred e ri c C. Wrobb el '43 , Co . B, l Ot h ·I "f. APO No . 5, c/ o PM, Ne w Yo rk, N. Y . If o lll e : 37 11 N . 13t h s tr eet, 1>.filw a u kce, \\·i s. Lt. K e n ne th N . Wyga nt '4 4 , 3072 nd En g l'. Du mp Tru ck Co., A PO 14202 c/o Sa n F ra n, c i ~ co , Ca l. I ro m e : R oc k S tTeal11 , N .Y. 1"/ 0 J oh " L. Zag ata '42, 300 E. 19 th, R o ll a, i\10. (,\1 iss ;ng in Act io n .) 1-d.a j. J oh n 1 1. Zell ' 34, 703 8 P e rn od a ve nu e , St. Lo ui s , -M o . LI. Co l. Geo r ge A . Ze ll er '23, 7049 EI h e l a ve llu e, S I, L o ui s , 1\1' 0. L I.( j g) J acq ues W. Zoller '42, 26 19 S. P eo ri a ;::!Venu e, Tul s a, O k la, IA . (jg) V ic l o r Jr, Zoll e r '4 3, U .S . Nava l O rdn ance Plant, S hum ak er, Ar k.