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VO LUME 20

FEBRUARY-MARCH, 1946

St. Louis Section Meeting

T alki ng-Pres id e n t Mid dlebus b T o ri g ht-D ean Wil so n ; F. C. S ch neebe rger; "P . I. " Murr ay, cha irm an Leslie Cowa n. v ice pres ide nt; N \!al H am

A g ro u p of 125 MSM a lu mni m e t in th e H ot e l D e Soto in St. Lo u is on th e eve n in g o f F eb . 18 with Dr. F re d e ri ck A . M idd leDus h , p res id en t of th e U n iv e r s ity of M iss ou ri , as prin c ipa l s pe a k e r . P r es id e nt M idd lebu s h was int rod u ce d b y D ea n C ur ti s L. vV ils on a nd in hi s a ddr ess o u t lin ed to t h e a lu1l1 ni t h e g rowth of th e sc h oo l, c h a n ges that h ad been mad e fo r th e b e tt e rm e nt of t h e adminis t rativ e fu n c t ions of t h e sc hool a n d pl a n s for t h e fu t u re de ve lopm e n t of j' dS i'd. In c o n s id e rab le d e tai l P r esi d ent M id d lebu s h d esc r ib e d ce r tain admi n is t rative c h anges w hi c h h ad b ee n int rod u ced at t h e Sc h oo l of M in es du r in g t h e pas t five ye a r s. The ap poi n tm e n t of Dr. vVi lso n a s D ea n in s t ead of Directo r wa s m a d e by th e Board of C ur a t ors at th e s pec ific r ec omme nda t ion of th e Pres id e n t of th e Eng in ee r s Co un c il fo r Profess iona l D eve lopm e n t, th e accr e ditin g age n cy for e n g in ee rin g sc h oo ls. In v iew of th e fact t h a t t h e School of Mines is a d ivision of th e U n ive r s ity of Mi ss ou r i, t h e h ea d of t h e s c h oo l s h o ul d h ave t h e academic tit le D ea n . Dr. "Vi lso n , h e ex p la in e d furt h e r , wa s lik ew ise Di r ec tor of the Sta te M in in g Expe r iment Station. Th e po li cy of hav in g d e pa r tm e nt c h a ir men was adopt e d in th e fall of 1942 and par a ll e ls t h e sys te m in u se at t h e U n iv e r s ity of Mi ss ouri a n d in m a ny oth e r u n iv e r s iti es . A d epa rtm e nt c h a ir ma n h as adm ini s trat ive d u t ies s im ila r to t h o se of a committee c h a irma n. H e is appoint ed to t h e c h airm ;). ' ~_ . 'p of th e d e pa r tm e nt eac h year and ordina r ily t h e appoi n tm e nt s are re n ewed. If c ha n ges a re made, no c h a n ges in acad emic ra n k o r in sa lary a re in volved. T h e p res id en t c ommen te d o n t h e n e w pow e r plant u n d e r co n s t ruc t ion a nd t h e d ifficu lti es that h ad b ee n e n co u nt e r ed du e to wa rt im e r es tri c ti o n s. H e t o ld t h e a lumni a b o ut th e p r oposa l p e n ding in th e¡ L eg is lat u r e fo r t h e e rec ti o n of a $525,000 d ormitor y b u ild in g in Ro lia and a ls o of th e bo nd iss u es propo se d b y t h e Boa rd of V is itors of w hi c h Dr. A. P . G r ee n of Mexi co, Mo., is c h a ir ma n. P r es id e nt M idd le bus h pa id hi g h t ribu t e to D r . G ree n and t h e lo n g h o ur s of wor k h e h ad d ev o te d to th e p r e pa ra ti o n of t hi s e xt e n s ive s ur vey o f a ll of th e e du ca t io na l in s tituti o n s in M isso ur i, a nd p re di c ted th at t h e d e ma nd s th a t wo u ld b e ma d e upo n t h e ed uc:l(Co n ti n ued o n Page S)

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Eastern Section Meeting C ont in uin g t h e ir se ri es of v is its to loca l A lu m n i g r oup s P r es id e nt Fre d e r ic k A. Midd le b u s h , Dea n C urti s L. vV ilson a nd Vic e Pres id e nt Les li e C owan w e re the g u es t , of th e Eastern Alumni a t a di nn e r h e ld at t h e Co lumbia U ni ve r s it y C lub, Ne w Yo rk C ity, on .Monday eve ni n g , Mar c h 11. Th e vi s ito r s w e r e vv e lcom ed b y t h e fo ll ow in g lis t of fift y - two A lu m n i a n d g u es ts 'Nh o came n ot o nl y from t h e m e tropo li tan a r ea but a ls o from vVa s hi n g to n , Ba ltimo r e, P hi la d e lp h ia, Sc h e n e ctady and Springfield, .Ma ss . A r ecep tion , coc k tail s and an a ll -i mpo r ta nt photograp h p r ece d e d th e dinn e r . J ames L. H e ad ' 16 p r es id ed. vVith h im a nd t h e vi s itor s a~ th e h ead tab le w e r e D r . Geor ge A . Easley '09, \ ,Valt e r E. R e m m e r s '23 a n d Joe H. R e id '27. Fo ll owin g th e di n n e r , t h e C h airman ca ll ed ~n each MSM man to a ri se in tu r n and a nnou n ce hi s n a m e and c la ss . Tho se p r ese nt r e p r ese nt ed c la sses covering a s pan of fo r ty-on e yea rs. Before p r ese nt in g D ean vVi ls on, M r. H ea d s k e tc h e d th e r ece n t rapid g rowt h of t h e A lu mn i Assoc ia t ion , a nn ou n ce d t h e appoi n tm e n t of a n A d m ini s trat ive Sec r e t a ry a n d o u tlin ed s om e of th e fu t ur e pl a n s fo r t h e o r ga ni zatio n. D ean W il s o n , a ft e r lea d in g off w it h s ome o f h is in im ita b le s to r ies w h ic h imm e diat e ly capt iva te d hi s a udi enc e, th e n to ld of the g r eat ly e xpand e d e n ro ll m e nt fo r t h e cur r e n t t e r m a n d of th e many a d m in is trat ive a nd e d ucat io n a l pro bl e m s in c id e nt to t h e po s twar s it uatio n. H e po in ted o u t t h e b e n efi ts w h ic h r e ;; tI1 te d fr0111 t h e coop e ra ti o n a n d co rd ia l re la ti o n , of t h e Boa rd o f C ur ato rs a nd th e U ni ve r s ity offi c ia ls. In cl o s in g , th e Dea n stated hi , d e te r m in atio n th a t em ph as is wo ul d b e on q ua lity a n d h ig h s ta nda rds a nd n ot simp ly on qua nti ty. Vice Pres iden t Cowa n wa s in t rodu ce d a n d in s p it e of p ri or

Botto m R ow- Son of J. W . J o nes. Lt. Col. R oge r O . D ay '2 S, A. L . M cCla nahan '37, E. A . Crawfo rd '29 . L esli e Cowa n. Al vin vi. Knoe rr '3"8. J . S. L e Gran de ' 38. F . A. W o nn ' 38. R. C. Ze vallos '24 2nd Guest. Seco nd R ow-O . D . N eal ' 14. Daug hter of O . D . Ne.l. Mrs. A. L. M c Clana h a n, Mrs. G. J . Chris t ne r, Mrs. Harry B. Sm it h, Mrs. R o bt. K . Seig le. D ea n Curti s L. Wilso n. Mrs. R og e r O . Day. President F . A. Mi ddle b ush. Mrs. W . E . Remm e rs. Mrs. P . H . D e lano, J udso n W . Jo nes ex-'04. Thir d Row- E . E . Squie r ex¡' OS. J . S. St ew art ' la, G. 1. Christ ner '2 2, Gues t o f J . Vi . J ones. Gues t of J . 'V. Jones. Prof. G. O . Ra nes. M r s. G. O . Ran es, Dr. G eo. A. E as ley ' 09, Mrs. E. A. Craw ford . C- w: Tra ug hber ' 10. M . S. M a za n y '09, Mrs. C. \ V. T rau g h be r, Hug h R. Be r ry '2 S. Miss Tra ug h ber, P . H . D ela no '2 9, B. J . G r oss '33, J o e H . R eid '27 , W . E. Remme rs '23 , J ames L . H ead '16. Top R o w- Lt. Col. H. A . Hollingswo r t h '21. Maj . H oward J. T eas '1 7. H . H . W eise r ' 18, A . F . Bochen ek ' 37. J . K . S ch mi t z ' 43. S 2/ C R. L . S chu mach er ' 42. R. K. Seigtec '<tS. L. F. Va n Sciver '29, C. M . Steve ns '12 , E. Ge nt Joh a nne s '43. L t. Harry B . Smith '42 . G. E . Muelle r ' 39 ( Co lllin ued 0 11 P age 6)

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ALUMNUS int crp r e t e rs a nd h a d asce r tai n e d t h e controlling mi litary, naval and pr efect ur e officia ls in our a r eas of respons ibilit y. Im med ia te ly af te r es tabli s hin g X Co rp s H ea dqu arte r s, th e Co r ps Comma nd e r a nd h is staff were waited upon b y these offi cia ls. I nstructions as to the tra n sfe r of s upp li sa nd eq u ipment a nd the c ond u ct of t h e people h ad previously been iss u e d b y Gen. MacArthur to th e I mperial H eadq ua rters w hi c h in turn r e-i ss u ed them downw itr d to low er commands.

An Occupation Mission in Japan By LT. COL. H. S. PENCE '23

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A ft e r ridin g o ut th e frin ges o f th e O kin awa t yp hoon, X Co r p s H ea dqu a rt e r s la nd e d at Kur e o n Oct. 6, 1945. A d va n ce e le m e nt s h a d p r ece d ed th e main bod y b y s om e t e n d ay s a nd h a d se lec t e d t e nt a ti ve bi vo uac a r ea s fo r th e C orp s t r oop s and attac h m e nt s. C ombat t roop s a ss ig n e d to th e X Corp s fo r thi s m iss ion we r e th e 24t h a nd 4 1s t I n fa n try D ivi s ion s. T h e Co r ps it se lf wa s dir ec tl y und e r Ge n. K ru ege r's S ixth A r m y . S ix th A rm y unit s for th e o cc upation mi ss ion we r e : th e V Amp h ibiou s Co rp s , co mp o se d of th e 2nd a nd ~ th lI-Iar in e D ivis io n s a n d th e 32ml Infa n try D iv is io n , occ upy in g So uth Hon s hu a nd Ky u s hu ; th e X Co r ps occ u py in g th e I s land of S hik o ku a nd Hon s hu from K ur e to t h e ,;ic init y o f Kob e; I Co r ps, co mpri s in g th e 25t h a nd 33.f th Di vis ion s , occ u py in g Hon s hu from th e "i c in ity of Kob e to t h e o ut s k irt s of Na g oya o n th e n o r th. Co mp le te fie ld e quipm e n t and s uffi c ie nt s u pp li es for thirt y da ys in t h e fi e ld w e r e ca r r ied b y a ll unit s. In exec ut io n , th e m iss ion wa s s imi la r to that u se d o n tactical la ndin gs t h rou g h out th e is la nd s , wit h th e exce pt io n that th e landin gs in thi s case w e r e un oppo se d. Ac tin g upon o r d e r s from G e n . lIIacArt hur 's h adq uar t e r s, t h e c i,' ilian pol ice a ll ow ed n o t raffic on th e road s for two da ys, and p ed es t r ia n traffi c wa s a ls o k e pt to a mi nimu m. T hi s pa r ti c ul a r a r ea s how ed ex t e n sive s ig n s of th e ravages of b o th th e Se pt. 17 and th e ea r ly Oc tob e r ty p h oo ns . T h e h ig h wa ys , brid ges, ra il a nd tr o ll ey sys te m s a nd ot h e r ut ili ti es w e r e d es t r oye d in rnany sec tio n s. R e pair wa s und e r wa y b y th e J apa n ese age n cies c o n ce rn ed and within t h ree to fo u r wee k s ope r atio n was fairl y normal. O u r itdnl n Ce pa rt y h ad b ee n fu lly s l.ppli ed \\'ith q u <tlified 2

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T h e Kure a r e a in cl ud ed th e "a s t Ku r e Nava l Hase, t h e g r cn t cs t in J apa n , and probab ly excee d e d b y on ly thr ee or fo ur ot h e r ,la va l s tations in t h e wo rl d, In \'e nto r ies w ' re imm e di ate ly pr ese n t ed b y t h e J apanese, c O\'er in g th e immcn se quanti ties of military a n d n aval ordn a nc e, c lothin g, food s t u ff s , co n s t ru ctio n mat e ri a ls a nd sc ie ntifi c e quipm e nt s tor ed w ithin th e na va l base a nd s ur r oundin g <tr eas . The n ea t n ess an d exactit ud e of th ese inv e nt ori es we r e amazi n g-. How eve r, w e fou n d n o r Eas o n o r lo g ic to th e .Ia pa n l:sc m e t h od of war e h o u s in g, ::r s oft e n s u c h it e m s a s pip and filti n gs wo uld b e s tor e d o n th e th ird Aoor, with li g ht g ood s s u c h a s cotton mop s a nd broom s o n th e g round Aoor. wlan y hundr e d s of fo rm e r office rs a nd c iv ilia n wor k e r s h a d b ee n re tain ed in a c u s todial ca pac ity in th e ir o ld d e partm e nt s. E ac h wor e a n a rm b a nd s ta t in g in E n g lis h h is offi c ia l du ti es, s u ch a s "Civi l E n g in ee r, " "G ua r d," o r " ]n te rpr e t e r." Ev e n th e p ull ma n po rt e r ha d hi s a rm band mark ed s imp ly " Iioy." Afte r c h ec k in g th e inv e n to r ies p rese n tcd, o ur s taff tran s fe n 'e d it e m s of civ ilian va lu es , s uc h a s food s t u ff , c lot h in g', buildin g mat e rial s a nd fu e l, to re p r ese nt a t iv es of th e Ja pa nese Hom e Mini s try for di s tribution into c i\' ilian c h ann e ls. O rdn anc e m a t e r ial a nd z '11m uniti on, aft e r exam inat ion by ou r na va l ::rnd mi litar y tec h ni ca l int e lli ge n ce t ea m s , we r e com mitt ed to d es tru c ti on o r s hipmr nt to th e United States fo r furth e r s tud y. A lthou g h th e ma nufac tur ing of ord nan cc and amm un ition had b e n g r ea t ly re du ce d b y o u r air a c tion, t r e m e nd o u s quantiti es \\ e r e fo und s to r ed thr o u g h o ut th a re a. Th e s tor age p la ces we r e u s ua ll y ca,'e " a nd in man y in s tan ces moi s t ur e and po or ve ntil ation re nd e r ed rem ova l or d e molition of ex p lo s iv es mo s t d e li ca t e. vVhen eve r poss ible, ex p lo s ives w e re move d to sea b y bar ge and d u mp ed . J apa n ese c rews a nd workm n we r e use d, und e r th e dir ec tion of A m e r ica n o rdn a n ce p e rs on n e l. S ma ll ca lib e r wea pon s a nd sw ord s w e re iss u ed to Amer ica n troo ps fo â&#x20AC;˘ . o uve nir s ? nd larger ca lib e r pi eces w e re d es troy ed b y c h arges p la ced in th e tub es. Th e large cen t e rs , s u c h as Os ak a , Kur e , Tok y o, Yokoham a a nd J\agoya, a rc probab ly .fO to .:;0 p r ce nt d es tr oyed. As an examp le, t h e g r ea t n ava l base of Kur e, at on ti me emp lo y in g 60 to 70 thou s and p eop le in t h e g un s h ops, armor mills, fit tin g b asi n s, e tc ., had no mor e tha., 25 percent of it s (Co ntinued on Page 9)

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MSM Alumnus I ss u ed bi-m o nthl y in th e int e r es t of the g ra du ate s and for m e r st ud e nt s of th e Sc hoo l of M in es a nd :M e ta ll ur gy. S ub s c ri p tion price 50 cen ts , in c lud ed in A lumni Dues. E nt e r ed a s se co nd- c la ss m a tt e r Oct. 7, 1926, at Pos t Offi c'e at Roll a, Mo., und e r th e Act of M a r c h 3, 1879.

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Many of us w e re di s turb ed w h e n w e wok e up on e da y to fi nd w e h ad a "D ean " at MSM , in s t ead of a " D ir ecto r," a s th e h ead wa s for m e rl y kn own. P res id e n t Midd le bu s h ad vise d u s Ut at D ean Pott c r h ad a ls o mad e thi s . r cc Qnlln e nd at ion , and o n th e fo ll owi n g ba s is : Th e s ta nd a rd practice a lllon g a ll in s titution s of hi g h e r learnin g , is to d es ig n at e t h e h ead of a g ive n sc ho o l a s " D e a n " of that sc h oo l. T h e te rm " Direc tor" is use d to d es ig n at e s ubordinat e D c partlll c n t H ea d s s u c h a s Director of P h y s ica l Education, Direc tor of th e Bu~l ge t, e t c: Thc D ea n, h e s ai d , is th e H ea d of th e sc h oo l, a nd that' s ge n e ra l throu g h o u t th e co un t r y. D r. M iddl ebu s h a g ai n r ev ie wed t h c pl ace lI S ~1 hold s in th e Stat e of Mi ss o uri 's e duc a tion ~, 1 s y s t e m. 1',,1 S 1\1 is, h e sai d , by la w, a part of th e U ni v c r s it y of M iss ouri. It s po s iti o n , thu s d efi n e d, put s it on an e qua l bas is w ith ot h c r s c h oo ls o f th e U ni v e rs it y , s u c h a s , th c Co ll e ge o f A g ri c ultu re, th e C ol leg e of Journa lism, e tc, Th e La nd Gra n t A c t , which gave birth to MSM, th e n a ss ur cs u s th at o ur sc h oo l wi ll fun ct ion as a bov c indi ca t ed, a nd at Ro lla ! Yo ur Alumni A ssocia tion M oves Forward Yo u a ll know by now th a t w e a r e e xp e ct in g 2000 paid-up m e mhe r s thi s yea r .. 'P e rh ap s yo u \vo nd e r why w e a r e dri v in g s o hard to achi c ve t h is g oa l. Th e re a r e se v e ra l r ea s on s . Firs t, p e rh ap s is th e import a n c e with which e l'e rybody In 200

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a po s iti o n to h e lp, or res tri c t M S M, v iew s s t r e n g th. Tf w e hav e a s t r on g A lumni A ss oc iat ion , it s pe a k s w e ll of th e nl c n who havc b ee n trained a t MSl\<I-it a ls o k ee p s t h e s c h oo l o n its to e~ to m at c h with it s p e rformanc e- t h e p e rforman ce of it s p rod u c t s . La s t ye ar w e publi s h e d a h alf d o ze n iss u es of th e A luilinu s . That wa s our o n ly ex p e n se. \ V e mad e about $3,000.00 n e t aft e r e x p e n ses . An A lumni A ss o c ia ti o n in ord e r to b e s u c cess fu l h ow ev e r, mu s t do s om e thin g m o re t h a n ju s t pub lis ll a pap e r. An A lumni A ss o c iation s h o uld tak e a dy n a mi c int e r cs t in many ot h e r t hin gs . It s h o u ld a rr a n ge t o a ss is t th e Sc h oo l in finan c in g p r oj e cts b cyo nd th o se w hi c h a rc norm a ll y finan ce d b y s ta t e appropriation s in a sc h oo l s u c h as ou r s . Th e v a ri o u s m e thod s u se d b y o th e r s c h o o ls in doin g thi s j ob ar e n ow b e in g a n a lyze d by th c E nd owm e nt a nd Sc h o la rs hip C om mitt ee- G e o rge Ea s lcy, Ka rl Ha sse lm ann , B a b e H ead e t a l. No att e mpt will b e mad e to Icvy a sscss m e nt s a s s u c h , nor to p la ce burd e n s u pon o u r m c mb e r s , but m ea n s wi ll b e found to p l a l~ t h e o rd e rly s ol ic it a ti o n of fund , from m e mb e r s w ho fee l capa bl e of co ntributin g, a nd m e thod s of a ss uran ce wi ll b e provid e d fo r th e bu s in css -lik e ~,d ­ mini s tration of a ll s u c h co n tr ibut io n s . j ('\ sc hool ca n a c hi eve a qua lit y o f acc laim g r ea t e r t h an that a c hi e ve d by it s product s . O n th e b a s is of th e o ld axi o m, "No pa rt ca n b c g r cat e r than th e w h o le ," lik e wi se . no A lumnu s ca n b ec om e g r eat e r than th e sc h oo l whi c h pr o du ce d h im. It' s a two-w ay s tr ee t ; h e lp o ur se il'es , by h e l p in g' our sc h oo l. Th e Y e a r 19-+ .:; wa s on e of o rg a ni za t io n. T h e Ye ar of 19-+6 is h e r e by d e c ree d a s th e yea r of act ion! In or d e r to a c hi e v e a rec or d of a c ti o n, it is ne cess a r y t in t w e s o li c it t h e a ss is tanc e of e ac h m e mb e r of our or ga n izat ion , If it' s on ly r ea c tions th at yo u co ntribut e-th cy ar e , n c ve rth e less , hi g hl y va lu a b le . L' nio rtun a te ly durin g 19-+5, w e had too fe w m e mb c r s of our o r g ani zation who co ntribut ed th e ir tim e to s u c h p r ogre s s a s wa s mad e durin g that y ea r. vV e bad ly n ee d h e lp t o mak e t h e acc e le ra t ed pro g r ess n e cess a ry in ] 9-+6. I am tr e m e ndou s ly p lea se d to a d v ise yo u that w e h av e m a d e th c b eg inn in g in th at dir ect ion. O n F e b. 18, 19-+5, th e A d vi s ory Comm itt ee h a s app ro ve d th e emp loYlll e nt of a part-tim e A dmini s trati ve S e c r e ta r y. T h e man se lec t ed is Dwi g ht L Moodi e '2-+. " Rip ," as h e wa s kno w n in th e A rm y , h a s int e r es t s in th e v icinit y of Rol la , which wi ll a ll ow h im to s p e nd at le a s t fift y p e r ce nt of hi s wor kin g' t im e on MSi\.f A lumn i affa ir s . R ip 's int e r es t in MSM A lumni affair s is w e ll -known to St. Loui s Alumni, w h e r e h e a c te d a s S ec tion C h a irm a n a nd G e n e ra l Ram-Rod for se v e ral y ea rs b e fo r e e nt e r in g t h e S e rvi ce . Rip is in t e res t in g hi m se lf in th e ge ne r a l admi ni s tr at ive duti es of ou r or ga n iza tion . H e wi ll a ss is t in th e pr e paratio n of th e f\L U MN U S , h a nd le co rr es p o nd e n ce , s up e r v i;;c re cord s, e x c h a n ge e mplo y m e nt inform a tion, a nd in g e ne ral ac t a s . o ur "0 " th e Camp u s" re pr cse n tati\' c. B eg innin g, w e h op e in Jul y , lY e exp ec t to b e a bl e to o bt a in s uffi c ie nt pap e r to pub lis h a g ood AL U MN US eac h m on t h . If w e ca n do thi s, Rip wi ll s oli c it n a tion a l ad\'e rti s in g to a ss is t in d e fray in g th e c o s t of our ma g a z in e. Th e Adv is o ry Comm itt ee a ls o app rov ed th e appoi ntm c n t of I. 'vV. Alco rn '22 a s C ha irm a n of the C urri c u la r C ommitt ee, to re p la ce T e d L y nt on ' 12, w ho r es ig n e d when h e wa s a ss ig n e d to F ra n ce to te a c h p e t rol e um t ec hn ics to t h e Fre nch. 1\fr. A lcorn is a ss ociat e d with th e P ur e O il C o mpan y at Hou s ton, T e x. H e is tr e m e ndou s ly int e r e s t ed in k e ep in g our c urri c ul a c omp e titi v e with oth e r in s tituti o n s , a nd w e a re s ur e h e w il l b e ca ll in g upon hi s comm itt ee for a ss is ta n ce in t h e n ea r futur e . 'vV e hop e eve r y bod y wi ll b e thinkin g of th e 75t h MSM A nni ve rs a r y at Rolla in Nov e mb e r 19-+6. S e nd in your s u g ges tion s- pian definitely- to b e th e re ! N

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Ac t in g u p o n a s u gges ti o n f rom D ea n C urti s L \ V ils o n a n e w co ur se in E n g li s h ha s b e e n in a u gura t e'~1 b y th e fac u l ty to t a k e ca r e o f fo r e ig n s tud e n t s w ho a re c om in g t o th e ca m p u s in in c rea s in g numb e r s and wh o h a v e d iffi c u l ty w ith E n g lis h . T h e fi r s t thr e e s tud e nt s to e nro ll in th e n e w co ur se whi c h wa s s ta rt e d a t th e b e g innin g of s p r in g se m es t e r a r e M ess r s . E s r efe t t in A k a, M it h a t To lg ay a nd 1. H a kki A rm a n , thr ee T u rk is h s tud e nt s , s e n t to MSM b y th e T urki s h GO \·e rn m e nt fo r s t ud y in th e fi e ld of minin g a nd m e ta ll u r gy. Th e n e w c o u r se is m e e tin g fi ve p e r io d s a w ee k a nd is b e in g ta u g h t b y Pr of. O . A . H e nn in g, p rofe ss o r of :Mo d e rn a nd Fo r e ig n la n g ua ges . T h e thr ee T urki s h s tud e nt s h a d n o k n ow le d g e of E n g lis h w h a teve r a t th e t im e t h ey e nro ll ed a n d h av e r eg is t e r ed 3 S h ea r e r s in va ri o u s c o ur s e s o n th e ca m p u s unt il th ey b ecom e p r ofic ie n t in th e u s e o f th e E n g lis h la n g u a g e . From in q uir ie s th a t a r e b e in g r ece iv ed fro m \·a ri o u s COlln tri e s , it is ex p ec t ed t h a t a dditi o n a l s tud e nt s w ill e nr o ll in th e co m in g s e m e s t e r wh o w ill n e ed t hi s tr a in in g in t h e fu ndam e n ta ls o f E n g lis h .

Enrollment R eaches N ew High E nr o llm e nt fo r t h e S p ri n g se m es te r s t ru c k a n un p r ece d e n t e d n u m b e r in fres h m a n c la ss ifi ca t io n w it h t h e e nr o llm e nt r ea c h in g .+86. T h re a r e 125 s o p h o lTl o r S , 113 juni o rs, 8 7 se ni o rs, 26 g ra du at e s t ud e nt s and 37 s p ec ia ls a n d un c ia s ihed s t u d nt s . T h e r e a r 11 ta k in g t h e ve te ra n s h o rt co u r ses. Th e tota l re g is t ra ti o n fo r th e se m es te r n ow s ta nd s at 8 7. T h e la r g e nu m b e r r e g is t e rin g in th e f res h ma n c la ss ifi ca t io n is c row di n g a ll fre s h ma n fa c ili t ie s . Nea rl v .+00 of t h e fr es h m e n r eg is t e r in g f o r t h e s p r in g se m es te l: ha ve bee n u r ge d to a t t e n d s c h oo l dur in g t h e s u mm e r mo n t h s in o rd e r to fi ni s h t h e ir fr es hm a n d ra win g and c h mi s t r y w h e re t h e g r ea t es t b o tt le n ec k in t h e fo r m o f d es k s pa ce e x is ts . T h is wo u ld m a k e a va ila bl e s pa ce fo r ap pr ox im at e ly t h e s a m e n u mb e r of fr es hm n to e nr o ll t h is fa ll, and, a cco rdi n g to co r r es po n d e n ce a nd a pp li cat ion s o n fli e in t h e R eg is t ra r's o ffi ce , t h is n u mb e r at le a s t w ill d es ire to e nr o ll fo r t h e fa ll se m es t r. T h e e nr o ll m e n t is c r ea ti n g d e finit e h o u s in g p ro bl em s b o th o n t h e camp u s a n d in t h e t ow n . A b o u t 75% o f t h e s t ud e n t s n o w e n ro lle d a re v e t e r a n s a n d s lig h t ly ov e r -1 0 % o f th e v t c ra n s a re 1l1a rr ie d . Y ear N o, Grads N o, M emb ers Pd, '29-' 30 1363 . .... .. . . . 2 15 '30- '3 1 . .. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 1368 . . . , . . . . . . 114 '3 1- '32 .. . . . . . . . . 1.+ 72 41 ·32- '33 1 .~ 83 ... .. . . . " . ... , .. , .. 12 ·33 - '3'+ 1668 29 '3'+- '3') 175 1 22 ·35- '36 183 2 44 ·36-'3 7 192 1 25 '3 7- '38 2020 60 ·38-' 39 2 13.+ 28 ' 39- ''+0 2290 59 ·.+0- ''+ 1 2.+3.+ 9 ''+ 1-''+ 2 26,1 3 32 ''+ 2- ''+ 3 2839 90 ·'+ 3- ''+'+ 29 79 96 '.+ 4- '.+5 30 1.'; 8-12

At it s J a nu a r y m e e ti n g th e B oa rd o f C ur a to r s a ppoin t ed D r . h a rl es H . S UlTlm e rs on , a ss is ta nt p ro fess o r o f G e o lo gy, to t eac h co ur ses in hi s to r ica l ge o lo g y, pa le o nt o lo g y a n d s tr a ti g ra p h y, b e g inn in g J a n . 28. 1 r . u mm e r s o n is a g ra d lI a te o f th e U n iv rs ity o f Il lin o is , w h e re h e r ec e i,' e d h i l ' h .D. in G e o lo g y in 19.+2. H e ta u g h t in t h e U ni v e r s it y of Illin oi s u n t il Ma r c h 1943. He t w e e n M a r c h a nd S e p t em b e r 1943, h e wa s a n A ss is ta nt A e ri a l P h o to Int e r p re t e r, A r m y Ai r F o r ce H ea d q ua rt e r s , ·vVa s h i n g to n , D. C. a n d s in c e e p t e mb e r 1943, h e h a s b ee n w it h t h U .S . G e o lo g ica l S Ur\·ey, wo r k in g pr in c ipa ll y in t h e F u e ls Se c ti o n in n o rth e rn N e w M ex ico. Dr. S u mm e r s o n is th c o- allt h o r of se \' e ra l pap rs d ea lin g wi th s t ra t ig raph y a nd p a le o nt o lo g y, tw o of wh ic h a r c n o \v in p r e pa r a t io n . D r. S u m m e r s o n a n d h is wi fe vi s ite d Ro ll a Ja n . I.~ a n dll" e re ~ u cces s fu l in o bta in in g a n ap a r t m e nt to th'e ir lik in g. Th ev r e tu r n e d a b o ll t .I a n . 23 to ma k e th ei r h om e h e re . ' 2

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A Biography of Daniel Cowan Jackling W h e n IVI e rritt A . Ye at e r '87 pe rm itt e d a c uriou > yo un g' fa rm bo y to ta ke a lo o k throu g h hi s s ur veyo r's tra n s it w hile s ta rtin g to p racti ce h is profess ion in c iv il e n g in ee rin g n eil r Sed a li a, Mo" h e s ta rt e d a tra in of eve nt s th a t res ult e d in d eve lopm e nt s whi c h doubl e d t h e wo rld 's s u pply of co pp e r. A fte r thi s ex p e ri e nce w ith th e s ur veyo r' s tr a ns it, Dan ic l Cowa n J ac k li n ÂŁ" d ec ided to be a n e n g in ee r. H e cam e to M Slvl fr om w hi c h M r. Yea t e r ha d g rad ua ted in S7 a nd re ce ' ve d hi , d eg r ee in Bac he lo r of Sc ie n ce in C I~ e m i s t ry . ?vIr . J ack lin g's o ut s ta ndin g acco m pli s hm e nt s have b rou g ht him r (c o g Daniel Cowan Ja c kli ng ' 92 nition fro m p ra c t ica ll y a ll of t he m a j o r e ng in ee rin g s o c ie ti es . Hi s loa n fund , kno w n a s t he J ac klin g L oa n F un d , whi c h h e es ta bli s he d in M S M w ith th e avow e d lllt e n tio l' S of makin g it eas ie r for youn g m e n of mod es t c ircum s tan ces to obta in an edu ca tion , ha s, s in ce its es t a bli s hm e nt , a id ed a bout on e-third o f ali o f th e g radu a tes a t M S M in sec urin g th e ir e du ca tion a nd w o n th e und y in g appr ec ia tion of th ese g raduat es . T hese loan s hav e be en r epaid a lmo s t a ll w ith o ut exc e ption and th e int e r es t pa y m e n t s ha ve s ub s ta ntia ll y incr ea se d th e to ta l amou nt s mad e a vai labl e by Mr. Ja ck lin g , s howin g that th ese y oun g m e n appre c ia t e w ha t th e fund ha s don e for th em a nd hav e h e lpe d kee p it av a il a b le for futur e g e ne ration s. Jacklin g F ie ld, wh e r e th e Mi ne r s play th e ir footba ll g a m es , wa s lik e wi se m a d e a vai labl e throu g h Mr. Ja c klin g 's ge n e ro s ity and J a c k lin g Gy mna s iu m on t h is fi e ld was nam ed in hi s honor. Mr. )a c klin g re ce ive d hi s d eg ree in '92. H e r ec e ived hi s M e ta llu r g ica l E n g in ee r 's in 1900, and in 1933 in a colorful ce re mon y he ld at a s pec ia l a sse mbl y in th e a udit ori um of IJark e r Hal l, h e was g ran.t ed th e honorary d eg ree of Do c tolof E ng in ee r. Before comin g to MSM h e ha d s tart ed in Mi ss o uri State Norma l S c hool, now Ce ntral iVIi ssouri Sta t e T eac he r s Col lege, at vVarr e ns b u rg . Space w ill not pe rmit th e r e c r eati n g' of Mr. J ac k lin g 's many a ccomp li s hm e nt s a nd t h e many h o n ors that hav e b ee n b es tow ed up on him. H is b io g rap h y is bri e fl y g ive n in th e fo ll owi n g para g raph s. Mr. D ani e l Cowan Jackli n g , a corpo ra ti o n exec utiv e, w as born A ug . 1-1, 1869, in Hud s on Town s hip, B a t es Co u nt y , M iss o u ri , th e s on of Dani e l a nd Lydia J an e (D unn ) Jack!in g. O n Apr il 5, 1915, h e ma rri ed V ir g ini a Jolliffe of San Franc is co. l\>l r. Jacldin g se rv ed from 189 1 to 1893 a s Ass is ta nt Profess or o f C he mi s try and M e ta llu rgy in th e Mi ss ouri S choo l of Mi nes. F r om 189-1 to 1896 h e wa s C h emi s t and M e tallur g is t of th e C rippl e C ree k D is tri c t in Co lora d o, a n d from 1896 to 1900 he wa s in charge of co n s t ru ction and ope ration of th e m e tallur g ical work s of th e M e rc ur Gold Min es. H e wa s on activ e se r v ice of th e St a ff of Gov. J. H. P eabody a s a Co lo ne l of t he Colora d o State Na ti o na l Gua rd f r om 1903 to 190-1. From 1909 to 1913 h e w as Co lon e l on th e s ta ff of Gov. vV ill iam Spry of U ta h. In 1909 he wa s U ta h Comm iss ion e r to t he A la s ka-Yukon-Pa c ific E x pos ition . H e se r ved as dir e~ t o r of U. S. Gov e rnm e n t Exp lo s ive P lant s durin g th e fir s t wo rld war. In 19 18 h e wa s a ss is tant to t he U.S. D ir ec tor of P ur chases , Stora ge a nd Traffic. Du rin g t h e pe riod 1904 to 19-12 h e se rv e d s uccess ive ly as dir ec tor and / o r ge ne ral mana ge r, mana g in g dir e cto r, \' ice p res id e nt an d, fo r a bout tw e nt y y ea rs, a s pr es id e nt of th e fol low in g mi nin g and m e ta llur g ica l corpo rat io ns : uta h Coppe r Compan y, N evada Con s olidat ed Copp e r Compa n y,

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R ay Con s o lid at e d Copp e r Compan y , C hlno Copp e r COIIIpan y, Nevada Co ns o lidat e d Coppe r Co r por a tion, Ga ll u p Am e ri can Co a l Compan y a nd th e corpora t e s ub s idiar'ies o f the se , in cludin g t h e N e vada Nort h e rn Railwa y Comp a ny, Bin g ham & Ga r fi eld Ra il w ay Compan y a nd Ray & G il a V a lley R a il road C om pa n y . H e he id s imiiar offi ces al s o w ith th e But t e & S up e rior Min in g Compan y, A la s ka Go ld Mi ne> Company, Gra n by Co ns o li dat e d Mi nin g Compan y , Am e ri ca n Z in c, L ea d & Sm e ltin g Compa n y , M es a bi Iron Compa n y , and numuou s oth e r indu s trial corporation s of lesse r importan ce . H e a ls o se n- ed a s a dire ctor of Brade n Copp e r Co m pa n y and dir ec tor of mi nin g op e ration s of th e K e nn e cott Coppe r Corporation. H e wa s retir ed a s a n offi ce r and dir e ctor of a ll the for egoin g indu s trial co r poratio ns nam e d durin g or before 19-12 exce pt th e M es a b i I ron Company , of wh ic h h e r e main s p res id e nt and dir e cto r . D urin g th e s tat e d p e riod h e a ls o se r ved a s a dir ec tor of th e C ha se Na tional Bank, 19 16-192-1. A leadi n g fi g ur e in p rofess ional org aniz a t ional affa irs , Mr. Ja c klin g wa s pr es id e nt in 1938, dir e ctor in 1925- 28 a nrl 1938-+1 of th e Am e ric a n In s ti tut e of M inin g and M e ta llu r g ica l E n g in ee r s. H e wa s co un ci ll or of th e M inin g a nd M e tallur g ical Soc ie ty of Am e rica in 1939-4 1 ; pres id e nt of tit e Mi ss o uri S c hoo l of ">l ines Alunni A ss o c iatio n from 1932 to 1933. H e is a F e llow of th e Am e rican S o c ie ty of M e c hani cal E n g in ee r s a n d is a m emb e r of th e Am e ri ca n C he mica l So c ie ty , th e vV es te rn Soc ie t y o f E n g in ee r s, th e Am e rican In s tit ut e of E le c t r ica l E n g in ee r s, th e Ne w com e n S o c ie ty of En g land, Am e r ica n Branc h, and life m e mb e r of t he Am e r ica n A ss ociat ion for t he A d van ce m e nt of S c ie n ce. In 190-1 he wa s a ward e d t he act ive se r vic e Go ld M ed a l of th e Co lo rado Sta t e N a ti onal G uard. Hi s profess iona l di s tin c tion s in c lud e s uc h hon o rs a s : Go :d :Medal of th e Minin g an d M e tal lu r g ical Soc ie ty of Am e r ica " for di s tin g ui s he d se r vice in the d eve lopmen t of low- g rad e m in es" (aw a rd e d in 1926) ; vVilli a m Lawr e nce Sa und e r s Go ld M e dal of th e Am e r ica n In s titu t e of Mi n in g and M e tal lur g ica l E ng in ee rs " for a c hi ev em e nt in minin g" (award e d 1930); th e John Frit z M eda l of th e En g in ee rin g Soci e ti es 0 ': N e w Y o rk " for nota b le a c hi e ve ment in initi at in g ma ss p ro duction o f copp e r from low- g rad e o res throu g h app lication ( Co ll tinu ed 0 11 1\ ex l J\Ig'e )

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fl e r 'I lap se or fo u r ye a rs , t h e tra dit io n a l S t. I' a tri c k' s I)a y ce i<:bra ti o n \Vi i i b e r es um e d a t M 1II a g a in thi s S p rin g . Th ~ S t. I'a t' s Boa r d ha s a nn o un ce d p l:-I n ' fo r \' ari o u s op e n h o use da n ces at th e fra te rniti e durin ~ th e e ve ni n g o f Thur s d a y, j\ l a r c h 1-+, fo r th e M as qu e ra d e Ih ll a nd Co r o n a ti o n ' e r e 111 0 n y a t .I a c klin g Gy mn a s ium d urin ).!,' th e ev e nin g of I: rid ay, M ar c h IS, and fo r t h e F o r m a l 13a ll a t .J ac k l in ).!,' Gy mn a s ium o n th e e ve nin g o f S a turd a y , M a r c h 16. S I. l' a tri c k him se lf wil l a rri ve in R o ll a a t th e Fri sc o Depo t v ia hi s s p e c ia l ha nd -ca r h o rtl y a ft e r n oo n o n Frid ay, M:a r c h IS, a l ~ d will pr oc ee d imm edia t e ly b y s p ec ia l c hari o t to th e J,;,ni !-{ htin g Ce re m o n y at Pa rk r l-Iall. E nr o u t to ] ark e r H a ll th e ve n e r a b le Sa int \ViII b e pr o te c te d b y hi s p e r s on a l b o d y- ' uard , a u g m e nt ed b y Fr es hm an rec ruit s a r111 e d with s hi ll la h s , and hi s c h a r iot wi ll h ead a pa rad e o f Aoa t s d es ig n ed and b u ilt by th e \' a r io u s ca mp u s o r ga ni zati o n s . S t. .P a tri c k wil l g r e thi s 19-+ 6 Q ue e n o f L ov e a nd 13ea uty at midni g h t a t th e l\ [ a s qu e r a d e Ha ll. Th e 19-1 6 t. I' at' s Q u ee n wi l l b Mi . s I. e n o r e .J o n es, d a u g h t e r o f Mr. a nd Mr s . fo' . E. J o n es o f R o ll a . Mi ss .l o n es , a g irl w h o s e Iri s h b ea ut y is m o s t a pp r o priat e fo r th e occa s io n, is a s t ud e n t a t I. ind e nw oo d Co ll ege, and is , o f co ur s e , w e ll kn o wn in R o ll a . he w ill b e a cc o mp a ni e cl b y \' ari o us frat e rnit y Maid s of Hon o r a t t h e co r o na t io n ce r c m o n y. O t h e r e \' e nt s p la nn ed fo r t h e c e lebra t io n in c lud e a a turd ay aft e rno o n o p e n h o u s e T ea Da n c e a t th e ig m a N u fr a t e rn it y , and var iou s fra t e rnit y dinn e r s and ge t- toge th e r s . A tt e ndan ce from th c s tu d c nt b o d y is ex p ec te d to b e lar ge , a nd it is h o p e d that l11an y a lu mn i wi ll r e t u rn fo r a t lea s t a pa rt o f th e c el e brati o n . Thi s y e a r, ab o \'e al l o t h e rs , th e t. P a t 's Ho ard n ee d s th e coo p e rati o n o f b ot h s tud e nt s a nd a lu mn i. With a s u cce s s fu l ce le br a ti o n thi s ye a r, exp e ri e n ce and p rofit s will a c c ru e so that n ex t .v ea r 's ce le brati o n m a y be th e !-= up e r- t . Pa t' s tha t :=: 0 111::lny a lu ll1ni in se rv ic e ha v e ce q u e s t e ci durin g th e ir lon g p e ri o d s of se r v ice o uts id e th e b o rd e r s of the U nit e d tat es. I, t' :; al l b ac k th e Bo a r d and S t. P a t 's ! ( Thi s is a r e h e a r sa l fo r a mu c h bi gge r I. I'at 's in 194 7. M o r e on thi s la t e r. -E c1 .)

I n an t ic ip a ti o n or th e 75 th An n iv e r sa r y Ce le b ra t io n of th t; c h oo l of ~[ i n a nd U e ta llur gy to b h e ld n e xt fa ll dur i ll ~ th e w ee k of l\ov . 2- 9, Dea n C urt i I.. \IVils o n has a pp o int ed 3 co m:lli t t ee to wo rk in c lo se coop e ra t io n wi th th e Comm itt e o n t h e 7.1 th nn i\'e r rt r y o f th e c h oo l. Th e fi rs t is a I' a r e nt ' D a y C o mmitt ee of whi c h Dr. W . T . c h re nk is c hairm a n . H e is t o b e a ss is te d by I'rof. E . , ,y' . Carll o n '26, .I . 13. Ca rp e nt e r, I wi g ht H a fe li , '. A . J o hn s o n , lj r of. I,. E. I,eav e r , H . W . Oesc h , l\1aj . Ie. Hi c h a rd s o n , l) r of. I). It S c h oo le r '26, Wm . H . W e bb '39 a :ld Pr of. R. H . YOU11 !!. fo: n g in e e r s Da y is to b e h ea d e d b y I) r of. 1. H. I, o\' e tt a nd o n th e c o mmitt ee w ith [' r of. L O\' c tt w il l b e Pr of. C. H. Il la c k , l'r of. R oy Hr e m e r, Dr. Frank H. Co nr a d , D r. R. H . Cow ie , C. T. .J o hn '42, I' r of. A. V. Kilp a tri c k, Pr o f. A . L cgs d in , T . J. I' la nj e '-+ 0, I' r o f. I.. I'::. S h a rre r . F or th e H o m ec o min g , th e I)e an ap po int e d Pr of. R. Z. Will iam s '3 1. H e is t o b e aickd b y R F. D a \' id s o n, .I . F. Ru h in g '-+ 0, Pr of. D . F . W a ls h '23 , a nd Pr of. .I. M . Wil ls o n '29. Th e l'a re nt 5' Da y , th e E n g in ee rs' 1 ay and th e H omL co nl in g ue ,dl t o b e f a tur s o f th e 7Sth A nni ve r s? ry C e le brati o n to b e h e ld n e x t fal l. Th e A lumni A ss oc ia ti o n w ill s h o rtl y a nn o un ce t h e n a m e o f a cO lnl l1i tt e e w h ic h w ill b eg in i l ll l11~ ' dia t e ly to a gg r cs., in;ly a ss iq th e ab o \' e co mm itt ee , ill o r g a 11 iz in g' a co mp le t e ly s p ec ta c ul a r o b se r \' a n ce of th is 7.'i th 1l 1ik s t o n e in o ur c h oo l' s hi s t o r y .

A Biography of Daniel Cowan Jackling ( Co nt inu ed fro m Pa ge 5)

of e n g in ee rin g pr in c ip le s " ( award e d 1933) ; th 'vV a s hin g ton Award o f Th e \,y' a s hin g ton Aw a rd C o mmi s s ion " for pi o n ee rin g; in lar ge - scal e 1l1inin ~ a nd tr eatm e nt of lo w - g ra d e co p pe r o r e s, r e lea s in g \'as t r eso ur ces from fo rm e rl y w o rthl e s ~ d e p o s it s " ( 1940 ). H e r ec e ive d a n hon o rary L I .. ] In 1940 from th e U niv e r s it y of Ca lifo rni a, a n h onorar y D oc tor o f .I:: n g in ee rin g in th e s am e ye a r fr0 111 t h e U niv e r s it y of outhl:fn Ca lifornia , a n d a n h o no r a r y c.D . in 1942 from th e U ni ve r s it y o f ¡U tah . A ~ e vi d e n ce d b y c it a ti o n s of award s to }'lr . .Ia c klin g b y p rof ess io n a l so c ie ti es .-l nd edu ca ti o n a l in s tituti o n s, h e is u nive r s a ll y ac c r e dit ed a s h av in g b ee n th e fi rs t to rec o g ni ze and ex e mplify t h e e co n o mi c p o t e ntialiti es o f co mp a ra ti ve ly lo w g ra d e co pp e r s u l phid e o re d e p o s it s m o s lwi se lo n g kn o \Vn to ex is t in th e U nit e d tate s and m a n y o t h e r pa r t s o f th e w o r ld , but n o n e o f whi c h p r o du ce d c opp e r ' o m m e r c ia ll y pri or to th e d e m o n s tr a ti o n s of th e ta h C opp e r Co m pa ny , 189, to 1904 . 'oppe r or e d e p o s its of s im il a r o cc urre n ce a nd c h a ra ct e r n o w p r o du ce full v tw o-t hird s o f th e to la l n e wl y mi n ed COP I e r o ut p ut o f th e 'U nit e d t a t s and c lo . e ly ap p r'oxi lll a t e th e s am e pr o p o rti o n o f copp e r pro d u c ti o n thr o u g; h o ut th e e ntin.: w o rld . 111 19 19 h e wa s a wa rd e d t h e Di s t in g ui s h ed S e rv ice M e d a l o f th e L' nit e d S ta t es , 0\' Cr11 m<: n t. ' H e is a m e m b e r o f t h e R e p ub lican I'a rt y . Mr. J ac k lin g- 's c lub s in c lud e th e M e n lo o u n t r ) , th e I'a c ifi c U ni o n, t h e I':: n g in ee rs of an Fr an c isc o , th e A lt a of S alt I, a kc C it y , U ta h , ,In I th M i n i n ~ of N e \\' Yo r k . H t! r e s id e s a t W o o d s id e , ~ a n M a te o Co unt y , C a l if .. w it h offi c e s a t 1800 l oba rt Ilu ildi n g , S an Fr an c i ~co, Ca lii. ( T h e ... eco nd of a S e r ie~ co \'er in g g r;H IU :ll cs of ~ 1 5;.\t . \' ";.uch for the Rea l

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a \'o \\'a ls th ;; t h e wa s n o t a s p eec h m a k e r p r o ve d h im e lf Ih e c o ntr a r y in a bri ef e x pr ess io n of hi p lea s ur e :lt t h e o p po rt unit y to m ee t th e Ea s te rn A lu mn i g r o u p. l'r cs id e n t 11idd le bu s h wa s pr se nt e d b y I) a n W il::. o ll . l\ o ti11 g th e o mi ss io n o r th e titl e of ] o c t o r fr OI11 t lt e p lac eca rd o f G eo r ge A. Ea s l y \V h o w a sea t ed on h is r ig ht, th e I' r es id e n t r e p ea t e d th e forl11ul a by w hi c h h e had co nfe r n .: d t h e d eg- r ee u po n Go r g-e in 1938. D r. M iddl e bu s h fi r, t exp la in ed and c lear e d up th e ma ny p r v io u s mi sc o n ce p t io ns:b t o t il e p la ce o f th e c h oo l of Jlli11 s in t h e U ni ver s it.Y o r ganiza tion. It w a . m a d e c lear th a t th e r e la tion h ip \\ a s o n e pr e sc rib ed b y th e la w s o f th e S tat e o f Mi s our i :lnd wa s n o t s ubj e c t to th e whim of e ith e r th e Pr s id e nt o r th e Ho ard . H e ex pr e sse d hi s app r ec iati o n of th e g r o w in g int er es t a nd c oop e rat io n of th e A lumni A ss o c ia t ion a n d h e pai d parti cul ;; r tribut e to th e efTo rt , of \i ess r s. c hll ee b c r gc r, Ha s s c lm a nn and t if I in brIn g i n g th is a b o ut. T h e s ub jec t s f ap pr op ri a ti o n s, sa la r ies a nd o utl a y fo r p la nt ;) nd e q u ipm e n t \I'e r e CO\' e r ed a nd co mp a ri s o n s o f th es it e m s fo r t h e war and p rc war y ea rs w e re g ive n. 'fh e re wa s no e v id e nce of d isc ri mi n a ti o n a g a in s t M M. Th e 13 0a rd o f V is ito rs -+ , ISO,OOO builci in " im p r o \'e m e nt pr o g ra m fo r th e c h ool w a s pr ese 11 ted in d e tail a nd th e I' res id e n t ass ur e d us of h is c o nt i nu i n ~ e ffo rt s to brin g thi s p r o g ra m to fr uiti o n . 1 n clos in g , D r. ~'f i ddl e bu s h c xp n :ssc d th e h p e t hat h e mi g h t m e e t s oo n a ga in w ith th e E a s t e r n lumni . M e tr opo lit a n a rea c o m rll u lc rs a r e I, e rf or e t im~ -c o n sc io ll s , but s o int e re s te d \l a s th e a udi e n ce in t h e re mar ks of t lt e ,pe ak e r ,; th a t n o t a :, in g l pe r s o n lef t b efo re t h e m e<;li n g w as a d jo u r n e d . I n fac t, th e m a jo r ity w e r ~ . ti ll on h a nd for ,;o m e t im e af t e r t o ta k e ach- a nt a g > of t h op po rt u n it y of in for m a l iisc u ss io n w ith t h e v is it o rs. Th e I-:a s t e rn A lu mn i g r o u p g re a tl y a ppr ec ia te th co ur te sy a nd in t r es t of th 'se offi c ial s in m a k in g th e t rip to :'\C \ York C i t y and all fc: e l t h a t th e ir \' is it h a . bot h I e ne fi t t! d t h e S c l; ~o l and b r o u g h t I h e lo ca l A lu mn i c lo s er togt th r in a C0 111m o n in t e r es t. s I)ta n ' Vii s n re m a r ke d, " a n Itll11nu ' o f th e Sc hoo l o f ~ J i n es ca n no mor e d e n y h is A I111:1 M a te r th a n h e c an hi s ml tur a l mo til e r.'¡ 'stilI")

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T h Mi ss ouri Sc hool of Mi n es and M c ta llur gy ha s c mpha s ize d work in a ppli e d c h c mi s tr y s in cc it s foundin g in I S71. M a ny g ra dua tcs h avc r ece ive d th c B . . d e g r cc prior t o 1917 with a la r gc po rti o n o f th c ir work in ch c mica l e n g in ce rin g s ubj cc t s. M a n y c f th esc g radu a t es havc c nt e r cd indu s tri a l fi c ld s and th cy h a \'c a c hi cvcd outs tandin g r eco rds. T h e C h e mi cal E n g in ec rin g c urri c ul a was fo rm e rly pr esc n t e d in th e Mi ss ouri S c h oo l of Min cs ca talo g in 1917. Th c fir s t d eg rces w e r e c o n fe rr c d in thi s c urri c ulum in 1919. S in cc t h a t da t c thr ee hundr e d a nd nin c s t ud c nt s ha ve r ece iv cd th c B. S. DR. W. T . SCHRENK d cg r cc in C h c mi cal E n g in ce r in g and fift y h a\'e r cce ive d th c M.S. d eg r ee in C h c mi ca l En g in cc rin g . Th majo r it y of th ese g raduat cs ha vc ;'c c 21' t c d po s ition s a s c h e mi ca l e n g in ee r s a nd h a \'c praclice d th e ir p r o fes s ion wit h cre dit to th e m se lv cs a nd h ono r to t h e in s titution. T h e d e partm c nt of C h cmical Eng in ee rin g In s mad c a rapid an d s tc ady g rowt h s in ce 1917. Th c in s tructional s taff h a s b ee n g r ea t ly in c r ea sc d, a n e w bui lding a dd 0 d :Ind mu c h n e w e quipm e nt and appa rat u s in s tall c d. Plan s for th e conti nu c d expa n s ion of t h e d c partm e n t a r e con s tantly b c in g mad c so t h a t it may m ce t th c d c mand s of an C\'c r grow in g e nro ll m e nt. T h e d e pa r tm c nt m o vc d into th c co m pl e t ed p o r tion o f th e n c w b u ildin g in 19-+1. Du rin g th c war p c rio d thi s wa s ample to a cc ommodat c al l of th e la borato ry cla ss es wit h th e excc p tion o f tho se in ph ys ica l ch c m is try w hi c h contin u ed 1'0 op e rat c in th e ba se m e nt of C h e mi ca l Ha ll. Th c tr e m e ndous incr ca se in e nr o llm c nt in th e c ur r c nt sc m es t e r has ca usc d t h e d e partm e nt to o vc rA ow into th c o ld C h emi ca l Hall , wh c rc all f res hm e n la b o rato ri e s h a \'c b ee n r cc o nditi o n e d, red eco rat c d a nd iluoresccnt lig h t s in sta ll ed. Th ese la b o ratori es a re n ow in full op e r a tion. Th e sec o nd Aoo r h a s b ec n cO ln- c rt cd int o c la ss room s for t h e Wie of th c math ematic s d e pa rtm e n t. T h c crowd ed cond ition of th e C h c mical En g in cc "ing d c partm e nt c mph as iz cs t h e n ee d for th e con s truction of th e rc maind c r of th e n e w buildin g . It a ls o c mp h a s i7 cs th e fac t t h a t th c n e w portion mu s t b e largc r t h an wa s o r ig in a ll y p la nn c d if it is to acc o mm odat c th c a nti c ipat ed incr e a se d e nrollm c nt. Th e p r ese n t e nrollm c n t in fr es hm a n c h e mi s t ry c x cc cd s t h c capacit y of th c la boratori cs in th c n e w buildin g as plann ed in 19-+ 1. Til c s taff of th e C h c mical E n g in ce rin g d en a rtm e nt con s is t s of th c fo ll ow in g : P ruf.'vV. T. Sc hr e n k , c h a irm a n, Pro!' K. K. K c r s hn c r, A ss o. P r of. F ra nk H. Co nrad, A ,;s o . Prof. C. J. Mo nroe, A ss t. Pro f. A lfr ed IVIar s h an d In s tructor s Marvi n D. Li vin g oo d a nd V\l illi am H . 'vV e bb. Th c fo ll owin gg radu a t e a ss is tant s ar c c m p loy e d in thi s d e pa rt m e nt: ·'vV. H. M ag ill , R. K. Ne u ma n and K . A. Sc howa lt e r. Prof. IN . T. Shrc nk po ss e sscs a B. S ., M.S. and Ph.D . d c g rce from Monmouth Coll cge a nd th e ni vc rs ity of \Vi s cons in . H c w as a n in s tr u c tor in ana lyt ica l a nd inor g:lni c c h e mis try at th e U ni vc rs ity of !\I\1 is con s in fr om th c p e r iod of 1915 to 1923, with th e e xc ep ti o n of th c in t e ryal s p e nt in th e army durin g th e fi r s t wor ld wa r. H c h as pe rform ed a nd dir ecte d r ese a rc h which ha s le d to pub licat io n s in th e Jo urn a l of th e A m c ri ca n C h e mical Soc ie ty a nd th e Mi ss ouri G e o lo g ica l S urv cy, a s we ll a s t h e t c c hni ca l s cr ics of th e Mi ss o uri Sc h oo l of Mine s a nd M e ta ll ur g y. H e is a m e mb e r of th e Am e ri ca n C h em ica l Soc ic ty, t h e oc iet y fo r th e P rom o ti o n of E n g- iII cc rin g Ed u ca ti o n, Mi ss o uri Aca d e my of Scie n ce , A lp h a 2.

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C hi S ig ma, S ig m a X i, Phi K a pp a Phi, Gamma A lph a, .I'hi L a mbd a U ps il on, a nd th e Ac a c ia frat e rnit y H c h as b ec n a co n s ul t ant for th e R o ll a s ta ti o n of th e U .S . I~ ur ca u oi Min es a nd th e Mi ss ouri C lay T cs tin g Labor a to ri es. Pr of. K. K. K c rs hn c r is a g r ad ua t e o f th e M iss ouri Sc h oo l of J.Iin cs a nd M ct~ lIur gy , h av in g r ecc ive d a B .S. a nd 11.S. d cg r ee in C h c mi ca l Eng in ee r in g . H c h as tak e n g r a du 'lte 1V0 rk at sevc ral o th c r in s tituti o n s. H c h as p ubli s h e d1ab o ra tc ry m :1 nu a ls fo r ge ne ra l c h e mi s t ry a nd qu a lit a ti vc a n a lys is. H e is a m emb c r of t h ;:: A m eri ca n C h c mi cal Soc ic ty , T a u B e t a Pi and Phi K a ppa Phi . Ass o . Prof. Fra nk H. Con ra d is a g ra duat e of th c uni\'e rs ity of \ I\1a s hin g to n, h a vin g r e cc iv ed a B.s. a nd Ph.D. d eg rcc in C h cm ica l E n g in ec r in g from t h at in s tit u tion, w h e rc h c a lso se r vc d a s a g raduat c a ss is ta nt anc! in s tructor. H c a lso h e ld scvc ra l r es pon s ibl e po s ition s wit h indus trial c on cc rn s b efo re b cc omin g a m e mb e r of t h e s taff o f th c C h emic a l ~: n g in cc r­ in g d e partm c nt in 1936. H c was on leav e o f ab se n cc fr o m t h c d c pa rt m e nt from t h c s umm e r of 19-+2 until F c bru a ry 19-+6 whil e h e wa s in th e se rvi cc of t h e .S. A rm y . H c r e t u rn c d t o in acti\-e d ut y wit h th e ra nk of :~vI a jor. H e is a m e mb e r o f th e Am c ri can C h e mi ca l Soc ic ty, t h c A m c r ican In s tit u te of C h c m ical E n g in ec rs , th c S o c ic ty fo r t h e P r omotio n of En gi n e~ rin g Ed u cation, Mi ss ou~ i S o c ie ty of Profess ional E n giI, ce r s, t;l e s oci e t y of S ig m a X i, A lp h a C hi S ig ma, Phi L ambda L.:psilon, Th eta Xi, S ca bbard and B la d e a nd t h c R cse n 'c O ffic e r ,; A ss ociation. A s so. Pr of. C. J. ~Io nr o c is a g r ad uat e of t he L.:ni ,·c rs ity of C hi ca g o w h e r e h c se c ur e d a S.B. a nd P h .D . d eg r ee . H e was a g ra du at e a ss is tant a t t h at in s t ituti o n b efo r e co min g to t h e staff of th e _'vIi ss ou r i Sc h oo l of Min es a n d :Me tallur gy . H c is a m e mb e r of th e r\m e r ica n C h e mical Soci e ty, A ss o c iation for tlie Alh-a n Ce1ll e n t o f S c ic nc e, Am e ;- ica n In s t itut e oj C :l c 1lli s t s , A m er ican As s o c iation of U n iv e r s it y P r ofess or s . t h e soci e ty of S ig m a X.i, and A lp h a Chi S igma. A s.';t. Prof. Alfr ed Mar s h po sses s es a B .S. d e gr ee from th e Maryvill e Co ll e g e and a Ph.D. f rom th e Uniy e r s ity of In diana. H e h a s h e ld a nUlllb c r of p os itio n s in indu s try and h a s ta u g ht at s ev c ra l in s titution s in thc middlc w es t durin g th e pa s t fo ud ee n y ear s. H e ca m e to MSi.\{ in th e SUlllm e r of 19-+,0 a nd ha s b ee n zea lo u s in hi s e ffort s at in c u lca tin g lh e p ri ncip lc s of c h e mi s try to th e fr es hm e n. H e is a m e mb e r o f th e Am e ri ca n A ss o c iation fo r A dvanc e m e nt of Sc ie n ce:. Am c ri can A ss ociatio n of U ni\'e r s it y Profess o r s , A cad e m y of S c ie n ce (Ka n s a s , Alabama a nd Vir g ini a), th e Am e ri can Ihr A ss o c ia ti o n , t h e G e or g ia B ar Ass o c iation, A lp h a C hi S ig ma , .I'i Kappa D e lta, Pi Kappa Mu. l'l s t ru ctor Man'in D. Livi n g ood cam c to th e ~{i sso u ri Sc h oo l of Min es a n d M e ta llur g y in th e fall of 19-+1. H e po ;; ;;esse ,; a Il.S. and :\.1.S. d eg r ec in C h c mical En g in ee r in g frolll t h e Ok la h oma A . and 11. C o ll ege. H e ha s a ls o tak e n g raduat e wo rk a t th e Illin o is In s titut c of Tec hn o lo g y in C hi ca g o and s p e nt on e y ea r in indu s t rial wo rk. H e is a m emb e r of th e Soc iety fo r th e P ro m ot io n o f E n g in e e rin g Ed u cat io n, Am c rican In s titut c o f C h e mical E n g in e e rs , A lph a C hi S igma, K a ppa r.':: a pp a P s i, P hi Eta Si g m a , Tr ian'g le f rat e rn ity , Sc h ool of Mi n cs Cam c ra Clu b and th e Sc h oo l of Min es M us ic C lub . In s tructor \ I\1 ill iam H. " Ve bb cam e to thi s in s tit u t ion a s a g radu a t e a ss is tant in th c fa ll of 1937 after h a\'i n g r e ce i\'ed a D. S . d egr ee from th e Mi ss iss ippi Stat e Co ll ege. H e se n -e d o n e ye ar a s a g raduat e a ss is tant at th e L o ui s ia n a S tat e Ln i,-e r s ity. H e comp le te d t h e r e q uir e m e nt s fo r a ~1.S. d eg ree at th c Mi ss o uri Sc h oo l of Min es a n d Metallur g y in 1939. H~ h a s b ee n a n in s tru c to r in thi s d e partment s in ce t h at dat e w it h th e exc e ption of til e inl e r va l h e se n 'e d in th e U.S, A rmy w h il e o n leave o f a bse n ce from thi s in s titution. H e r e turn ed to in act ive dut v with th e ra nk o f C ap tain, in D ece mb e r 19-+,0. H c r es um ed hi s work a s a n in s t ru c tor o n Jan. 1, 19-+6. H e is a m e llib e r of th e s oc ie ty of S ig ma Xi a nd A lp h a C hi Si gma . N

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Chicago Alumni Meet at AIME Dinner Smoker

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By M. E. N I C KEL '38

tio n a l faci lit ies of t h (! s tat e in t h e n t xt se \'e r a l years wo uld ju s t ify a ll of th e ex p e ndit ur es lvIr. C r ee n an d hi s commi tt h as reco mm e n d e d. I'res id e n t ilIi d d le bu s h, s p ea k in g' of t h e fu t ur e , s tat e d that t h e oppo r t u n iti es for se r v ice o n t h e part of a ll of t h e sc h oo ls of t h e s ta te w e re n e\-e r g r ea t er a n d p r edi c t ed fo r t h e ni\'e rs ity at Co lu m bia a n d t h e Sc h oo l of M in es at Ro ll a co n t in u e d g rowth a n d d e m and for th e ir e d u cat ion a l facil it ies for many ye a r s to co m e, a ll of w h ic h h e t h o u g h t wo uld prese nt pr o ble m s in t h e way of s taff, h o u s in g fac il iti es a n d e q u ipm e n t w h ic h wo uld r eq ui re t h e c ooperat io n of a lu m n i an d a d mini s tra t iv e o ffi ci al s of th e c lo ses t k ind in t h yea rs a h e ad. Pres id e n t M idd lc bu s h 's <l dd :'ess wa s wa rml y r e ce ive d b y t h e a lumni p r ese nt a nd m a n y favo r a b le co mm e n t s w e r e h ea rd a b o u t th e ta lk. Fo ll ow in g P r es id e n t lVIid d le bu s h 's ta lk , "1". 1. " Murr ay, c h a ir ma n of th e me e t in g, ca ll ed up o n F. C. Sc hn ee b r g 1' , pr es id e nt of t h e ge n e r a l A lu m ni A ss oc ia t ion, w h o ad dr esse d t h e m ee tin g, ple d g in g to P r es id e nt Mi d d le bu s h a n d D ea n Wi ls o n a nd ot:l e r U ni \'e r ity offi c ia ls t h e coope ra t ion a n d h e l p of th e A lu m n i Associa t ion of th e Sc h oo l o f :--li n e5 in th e y ea rs a h ea d . H owa rd K a tz, s c r e ta ry - t n ;as ur cr of t h e A ss ociat io n , mad e a bri e f r e po rt co n cer n in g th e fi n a n cia 1 s tat u s of t h e assoc iat io n s h ow in g th at a lr ea d y thi s yea r th e re we r e O\'e r 600 pa id-up m e mb e r s. L es li e Cowa n , v ice pr esi d e n t: of th e U ni\'e r s it y a nd Sec r eta ry of th e B oa rd of C ur a t o r s, wh o w a s pr ese n t a ls o s pok e br ie Ry, a s di d Nea l H a m 'Z3, Ca lc 13ullm a n, Co l. F r e d e ri ck C r ee n (MSM, Ho n. '40) a n d Noe l Hubb a rd . He fore th e ad dr esses by Dr. ilI iddl e bus h the r e wa s an e lection of office rs for t h e n e xt year a nd t h e no m in a t in g commi tt ee o f wh ich F. R . LO\'e r id ge wa s cha ir man , r ea d a rep ort nom in a t in g for c ha irm a n , A. A. Hoy le; \' ice c h a irm an, Barn ey P ee bl es , a nd for se cre ta r y, Fre d P. Ma tl ac k . T h o se a tt e ndin g from R o ll a in c lud e d Dea n C ur ti s L \ ,Vi ls o;l, \ 'V. T. Sc hr e nk , H. R. Ha n ley, Ho w a rd Katz, J. D. Fo rr es t e r, R. Z. vV ilii am s, L eo n He rs hk ow it z, F r e d Da \·ids o n , Fo rr es t R u s hin g, Ga le B ullm a n , A . .M iles, H. 13. Th oma s, J. H. Bowe n , a nd Noe l H ubb a rd. A lu mni fr o m th e A. P. G r ee n F ir e B ri c k C o ., a tt e nd in g , w e re : L A. C utt e r 'Z7, A. Fr ee man '28, C . A. Page '30, IN. T. K ay '3Z, "V. G. Twy m a n '36, I) C. B ra n s t e tt e r '36. Th e St. Lo u is Sec ti on A lulll Iii p r esc n t a t t h e Ill eet ing \\'c r e as fo ll o ws : J o e Adam s '93, ' <\fm. C. A ls m eye r '-+ 1, H. J. A n dr ese n '40, Ca rlt o n",r Ha r ro w '36, A. E. Ba r na rd 'Z7, ' <\fa lt e r A. Baum s ta rk '40, ill. I . El ed e ll 'Z3, C la re n ce F. Be rth o ld '33, J o hn I). B e r w ick '39, Do r se S. B is h op '37, .\To r ma n D. I3lair '4 1, Her b e rt T. Bock, G eo . .1 . Bo r gs t e d e '3.), Alfr e d A. Boy l 'Z\ H. P B ru esc hk e '4Z, 'Wa lk e r E. Ca se 'ZZ, H . D . Da ll mey e r Ti, R. F. Dav id s o n '40, M il a n H . D e t w e il e r ' 11 , Ric h a rd F. Do na ld s o n '39, ·W. L. D r a k e 'Z9, F r ed D r ew in g '44 , W m . E hl e r s ' ] 3, Ca rl A . Get t le r 'ZO, .l ack G la tth aa r '39, F r ed VIr Cree n '-+0, Ro b t. F. C u il foy '4Z, Nea l H am 'Z3, L. E. H e n ~o n '40, Hi ll m yer '36, A ll a n .I . Ho e n er '36, F r ed H. Ho e n e r '-1·1, "Vm. A. H ubb a rd '44, "Va lt e r J a r re t '37, An t o n K a rt e ' 11 , K. W. Ka\'e le r '30, R . A. K e ll y '4Z, E. T. K e nda ll .I r. '43, H aro ld R. Kilpa t rick 'Z8, W e lb y lvi. Kin g, M ic h a e l .I . Klin g le r '34, Har ry A .I( lu ge 'Z I, R a lph H . K n ig ht 'Z7, R..J. Knoll '3.1, Hom e r '\<\f. K ratt ly '33 , H e n ry Ku ru sz '43, ~ I i l ton F. I.a ge mann '36, Norman R . Lo es in g '4Z, \ V. H . Lottman '19, F . R. LO\'e r id ge '09, ' <\far r e n LO\'e ridge '4 1, J. F . LO\· rid ge '40, .I o h n E . ilIc Ca r t hy '30, Fred 1'- ;\ Ia tla c k 'Z5, J ohn \V . :vfase k '3 .1, G e o r ge E. M e ll ow ' 18, "Vm. L. :"1 tca lf 'Z8, .lam e C . Mi ll e r II '39, C h as. T. '/IIorri sc '4Z, D . L. :--Ioodi e 'Z4, Fr ed Mor r is o n '38, M. H . Murra y '34, .Frank X . .\Tachtma n '09, I ~e n G. N ic h o ls ' 19, Geor ge I)a ge '30, By r o n J' ec bl es '36, .\' orma n L. I)e u k e rt '38, \-Val t e r C. Ri c h ards '07 , T h e odor e Ro es Jr . '36, Wm. H.Rolim a n '30, Jam es F . Ru s h in g '-10, \ 'e rnon A. S and e r '39, Harry Sc hi e r m eye r 'Z3, F . A.

S in ce t h e fou nd in g of t h Ame r ican l n s ti tu tc of M in in g a n d M e ta ll u r g ica l En o in ee r s in 18 71, t h e Annual Fe b r uary me e t in g of t h e In s tit ut e h a s always b ee n h Id in .\T e w York C it y. T hi s year, how e \'e r, C h ica go wa s se lec te d as th e locat ion fo r t h e 7.1 th Annual lI1ee t in g. I n co njun c tio n wit h t h IlII E , t h e C hi ca g o Sec tion o f t h e lII S M A lumni Associ ation m e t at th e Dinn e r- S mok e r o n lII onday ni g ht , F e b. Z.1, 1946, w h ic h wa s h e ld in th e g rand ba llr oom of th e P a lm e r H o use. A dinn e r pre ce d ed by a coc kta il pa r ty wa s fo ll owed w it h a fl oo r s h ow composed of t h e e n ti r e cast from th e we ll k n own Empi r e Room of t h e I)a lm e r H o use. . A la rge numb e r of a lullln i w e r e in a t te nd ance at t h e s m oke r a nd it se n 'e d a s s om e w h a t of a r e u n io n fo r t h e In a n y o u t-of- tow n a lu m n i a n d th e C hi cago a lu m ni pre se nt. V./e \\'e r e g la d to h ave wit h u S 1) ea n "Vi ls on, "Cap" Ha nl ey, a n d th e ot h er fac ul ty m e m b e r s o f MSM w h o mad e th e tri p fro ln Ro lla. T h ose a t t e nd in g th e m ee t in g so far a~ w kn ow we r e a s fo ll ows: LA. S h ipman '00, H . R. Hanl ey '0 1, D. 1'H yne s '08, A. N. De t w e ile r ' 10, V. H. Smi th ' 10, E. W. E n ge lIlla n n ' II , .J. R. K inn ey ' I Z, \ill. R. K napp e n b e r ge r ' 13, R. S. Dean ' 1.1, G. E. J o hn s on ' 16, H. A. Ne w s ta e d t e r ' 16, L. 1\ . T urn bull '1 6, F. H. R ee d ' 17, .I . \iI/ . 'co tt '1 9,1'. H . l)ie tsc h '20, R. A . L ind g re n 'Z3, 1' . .E. I-' is h e r 'Z3, F . C. ilI ulfor d 'Z3, :"1. 1. S ig n e r 'Z3, C. A . Wa ll s 'Z3 , A. W. \ 'Va ll se r 'Z4, A. I ~ . Den;re u x 'Z4, Vim. Godwin 'Z5, H. A. H e r d e r 'Z6, Erw in Gamme t e r 'Z6, E lm e r Ga mlll e t e r 'Z6, R. H . "Vi g h t m a n 'Z7, F. ·"V. P ar s on s 'Z7, l"I. J. I)a u l 'Z7, B. L C h a n y 'Z7, [ . H . C ook 'Z 7, .I . H . R e id 'Z7, H . E.. G ro ss 'Z8, E. C. :--'1 ill r 'Z8, C. \ ,V. J o hn s on 'Z9, Pot t e r 'Z9, E. T. R ege nh ardt '30, .I . \iI/ . G r ay b ea l '30, A . ./ . R ee d '3 1, A. C. K ro ll '3Z, W. H. L e llz '33, R. Sc huh m2 nn J r. '33, R. E. Sw ift '34, J E. H ar rod '35, W . R. l3 ur goy n e '3.1, H. J. Pfe ifer '3 .1, L C. McCab e '36, W . E. D UII ca n '37, I.) E. Si h 'e r '3 7, ill. E . N ic k e l '38, C. J.. C lay to n '38 , \V. P. Ruemm le r '38, W. P. Yo un g '39, :--1. E. .\' "" in s '-1 1, G. D. Gray e r '4Z, J. C. Gc:oq.!'C! '47. Fac u lty an d fo r m e r fac ult y m e m b e r . : D ea n C. 1_. \-Vi l. on, H . R. H~ nl e y, O. R. G r ow~, .I . D. Fo rr es t e r, L. E. Yo un g, form e r d ir ec t o r. .'\ 1 t h is writin g th e C hi cago M Si\I A lum ni a rc looki n g fo r \I'a r d t o t h e S t. P a t 's d inn e r-d a n ce to b e h e ld Ma r c h 16 at Hu y ler' s Rc:ota ur a nt in C hi cago; mor e abo ut t h is la te r .

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fac ilit ies in wo rkin g co nd iti o n . It is t h e op ini o n o f thi , o bse r vcr that Japa n a s a n at io n wa s w e ll o n th c road t o b e in g "ou t o f bu s in ess" at t h e tim e of V -J Day, d u e to th e d es t ru ct io n b y ai r a nd na va l s h e llin g a nd t h at t h c two a t o illi c b o m bin gs sc n -c d to " c l inc h th c d ca 1. " T h c p h y s ica l e ffects of t h c ato illi c b ombing of H ir o s him a we r c c ompa r a ble to t h o se ca usc d b y til e t hr ee 200 t o .+00 p la n e r a id s o n Kur c . 1t wOLd d b e p r cs u lllp t i\, c to a tt e ill pt a di s co ur s e o n th e Hi r o s hi ma a tomic bomb in s u c h a n a r t ic le a s t hi s . H ow e ve r, a g e n e r a l vicw of t h e cit\' is s h ow n . P r io r to t h is-l an di n g b y U.s . Fo r ce s , a g r e a t p r opo r t io n of t h e m idd le a n d low e r c las s c iv ili a n po pul at io n h a d w ithdr aw n fr olll t h c u rb a n a r eas to th e s urr o un di n g hill s a n d mo un ta in s ta kin g t h ei r va lu ed po ssess io n s wi th t h e lll. T h is wa s a r cs u l t or t h e a ge o ld ind o c t rin a t io n of t h e po pul ac e b y t h e m ilita r y t h at a r e ig n of te rr o r- r ap in g , loot in g a nd kill in g-wo ul d b e t h e r es u lt of occ u pa ti o n b y a n y co n Cj u e r in g a rm y. How eve r , af t c r fi ndin g th at t h e U .S . fo r ces \y cre n ot a s po r t r ayed, t h e pc o p le mi g r a te d b ac k to t h e ir h Olll cs and acccpt e d t h e o c c u patio n in t h e ir ca lm , s t oi ca l ma nn e r. T h e J ap an cse offi c ia ls w c r e coop e r a ti ve t o a g r ca te r d eg r ee th a n wa s a n tic ipated . How c vc r , to t h is o b se rve r, it mirr o r e d th e ir d csi r e to iml)r CSS u s s o t h a t we w ou ld im po se o nl y a s h o r t occ u pation . U n d c r th e s urfacc, th e hat r e d o f t h e w h it e r ac e is s ti ll appa r e n t, es pe c ia lly b y t h c m e n of t h e u pp c r c lass . I t s h o u ld b e r c m c m b e r e d th at t h e r c a r e two di s t inct " r ac es" in J a p a n-th c ma le a nd t h c f e m a le. T h e wo m e ll , w h o h ,l\-e a lway s b ec n s ub sc rvi c n t to t h c m e n , a r e c o m p le t e l\, oy e ra w c d b y t h e f1 a tt c r y of th e Am e ri ca n s o ld ie r. A s t h c c xp e r iCll ce d offi cc r s a nd n o n -co nlmi ss io n e d o ffic e r s w e r c r e p lac e d , mo r ale a n d d is c ip lin e d e t e r io r a t c d s om e w llClt. T hi s, in ma n y loca li t ies , lc d t o f r ate rni zatio n b cy ond that cxpec t e d and to a n in crca se in ot h c r irr egu larit ies . I s is t h e opi ni o n of t h is w ri te r t hat th c A m e ri ca n p u b l ic s h o ul d n ot b e lull e d i:110 a fa lse sc ns c of sc cu r it y b ccau se of o u r r ccc n t v icto ri es , bu t s h o uld d e \-e lop a we ll in teg r;Jt e d, c o mpul s o r y mi l ita r y pr o g r a m wit h J apan a n d G c rma n y a s t h e fo r e ig n t r ai nin g ~T O Ulld s . Lt. Co l. IJ e n cc , a g r a du at c of 1923, h ad b ee n c n gage d In indu s t r ia l \vork a n d h e a vy con s tru c t io n p ri o r to hi s ca ll to d ut y a s a r ese r vc o ffi ce r in th c S prin g of 19.+2. A ft c r comp le t in g t h c r a n ge fac ilit ics f o r a numb c r of T ex a s a nd O kl a h oma ca m p s for t h e C o r p s of E n g in cc r s, h e was tr a n s fe rr e d fr on l t h e D c ni s o n D is tri c t, U .S. E n g in ce r s, to X A r my C o r p s H ca dqu a r ter s . vVi th t hi s uni t h e occ u p ic d po s it io n s in t h e G -2, G -3 a n d E n g in ee r Sect io n an d too k pa r t in t h e L cy tc la ndin gs, Oct. 20, 19 ...+. H c wa s ap po int c d P r ovo s t Ma r s i1a l fo r t h c C o q )S ju s t pri o r to t h c M in da n ao in vas io n , a n d h e ld thi s po s iti o n thr o u g h t h e occ upa t io n p h a se of J a pan in t h e a r ca a ll ott e d to X Co r ps . U p o n t h e in ac ti va t io n of th e C o r p s in F c bru a r y 19'+6, h c was r e turn c d to th c U nit ed S tat es a n d wa s lllu s tc r cd o ut of sc n -i cc at J c ffe r s o n Ba rr ack s, F e b. 15.

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Openings in So uth America E n g in ee r s a r e wa nt e d fo r fo r e ig n Hlap co n t r o l s ur n :y s , t ri a n g u latio n a nd t r ave r se in So u t h Am e r ica. Th e sa la r y offe r e d is $.+500 p c r a nnu m an d u p. A n yo n c int e r cs t cd , wr it c to t h e P lac e m e nt Se r v ice, iVIi ss o uri Sc h oo l of 1>1i n es a n d M e t a llur gy , Ro ll a, Mo.

Maurice E. Suhre '3 1 Starts New Business in Roll a Exp e r ie n ce ga in c d in Hlain ta inin g ro a d s in t h e H um p Ay in g a r e a in In d ia wa s put to u se in d eve lop in g a bu s in ess of h is Jw n b ac k in hi s h om e t ow n of Roll a b v Lt. C o l. Ma Uri ce E. S uhr e w h o is n ow th e o w n c r a nd o p e r a-t o r o f a s u cc ess ful c e m e nt b loc k , s a nd a nd g r ave l indu s try . Up o n g r a du a tion f ro111 MSM in 193 1, L t. Co l. S uhr e we nt to w ork f or th e M iss ouri Sta t e P ub l ic Se r v ice C o ml11i ,; s io l1 a s ev a lu at io n e n g in ee r a n d w ork e d th e r e fo r 9 yea r s . He h e ld a r ese r vc cO l11mi ss io n an d wa s ca ll e d t o ac ti ve m il ita r y dut y o n D ec. 5, 19.+0 , g o in g o vc r se a s in Ju ly, 19 .. 3. H e wa s se n t to t h c C hina - E urm a-I ndi a t h ea te r a nd s tat io n e d at C h a bu a , Assam , w h e r e, amo n g h is o th e r d uti es , h e g a in e d c xp e ri e n c e in g r av e l p la n t op e r atio n , r oa d m ai n t e n a n cc a nd co n s t r uc t ion wo r k. vV h c n L t. C o l. S uhr e was se n t b ac k to th e States h c d id n ot r e li s h t h e id ea of g o in g bac k t o a n o ffi ce job a n d d ec id ed up o n a bu s in cs s of hi s ow n. T h e r c wa s n o r ea d y -mi x e d c o n c r e t e in d u s try in Ro l la, a nd h e d e c id e d u po n es t a b l is hin g s uc h a n il1du s try w hi c h h c cO ll1bin e d w it h t h e m a nu fac tur e of conc r c t e bl oc k s a nd ge n era l co ntr act in g, in c lud in g c xca \'at ion a n d fJ und at io n cO l1rr act in g . H is co n c r e t e bl oc k bu s in css, w it h th c s h o r ta gc o f IU1llb e r m a te ri a l, h a s n ow ex te n d e d m- c r a r a diu s o f 35 mil es a r o un d Ro ll a, w it h a d c m a nd ior mo r e t h a n h e ca n s u p pl y . 1.. t. C o l. S uhr c s ta tcs tit at th c r e is a lo t of p r e jud ic c aga in st t h e co n c r c te bl ock w hi c h is n ot ju s t ifi e d a t a ll un d e r 1110 d e rn con s t ru ct io n m e th o d s . A n id ea p r eva ils t hat a co n cr e t e bl oc k wa ll w ill b c d amp, w hil e exper ie n ce h a s s h ow n th at it m ay b e d r c n c h e d o n th e o u ts id c fo r h o ur s a n d w il l n ot b e a t a ll da m p o n th e in s id e . 'vV it h mod e rn wa t e r - r e p e lle n t c c m e nt, Lt. C o l. S uhr e s tat e d t h at it is im po ss ib le t o ge t wat e r t hr o u g h o n e of t h ese b lock s . \ V it h th c p r ese nt hi g h p ri ce o f lumb e r , Lt. C o l. S uhr e s ta te d th a t ve r y s ub s ta n t ia l s a\' in gs ca n b c m a d e b y t h c u se o f th cse bl oc k s. Sa nd a nd g ra \-e l, w hi c h a r c th e pr in c ipa l in g r e d ie nt s of th e bl o c k s , a r e p r ac ti ca ll y w ith o ut l im it in t h e Oza rk a r ea. N

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Col. Hueston M. Smith '3 8 Home from War Hu cston M. S mith h as b ce n p romote d to a full Co lone l an d has applied for a nd h a s b ee n g r ;:: nt ed admi s ion into the l,alV choo l at \Va s hin g ton niv ersity in St. L o u is w h e r h e wil l comp lete a co ur se in law. Hu csto n cxpec t s to combin c hi s trainin g in e lec trica l eng in ee rin g wit h th e lega l p r ofess ion.Hi s h omc add r ess is -+-+3 Ca lif or nia avc nu e, VV e bs t e r G r ov es , .:\10. Co l. Sm ith g rad uated from i\ I SlvI in '38 and was o r d e r e d to activ e d u ty in A u g us t 19-+0. H e was assig n e d to t h e 13th En g in c r Co mbat Batta l ion of th e 7th ] iv isio n a t Fo rd O rd ., Ca l if., a s 2nd I, ie ut e n a nt. H e was late r t ransfe rr e d to t h e 9 1s t I-~ n g i n ce r 13atta lion and train ed wit h th e 9 1s t and parti c ipat ed in the Lo u is iana mane u vc rs in Au g u s t a nd Septemb e r of 19-+1. H e wa s t h e n movcd to a fic ld ca mp b c twe e n ('ilmp la ib o rn an d Ca m p I'o l k, L a., at w hi c h p lace hi s o r ga ni zat ion b uil t 1-+ mil es of th e "~ I -mi l e " ra ilr oil d b etwce n the two posts. }-l u esto n left fo r ove r seas o n l\larc h 1, 19-+2, wit h th e 9 1s1 En gi n ee r s, re d es ig n ille d a r eg im c nt. H e h e lpe d co n s tr u ct a ir fi e ld s in No rth e rn u s tra l ia a nd th e n mov e d to Xcw G uin cil in u g u s t 19-+2, a n d c n gage d in ge n e r a l co ns t ru ct io n of a ll typ es. Co l. S mith wa s tra n sfe rr e d fr o m th e 9 1st En g in ee r s il nd ass um ed com mand of th e 187 th E n g in ee r Av iat io n Ihtta li on in New G uin ea a nd with t h e m w e n t to th e I' hilip p in es, Hutston was t ra n s fe rr e d to co mm a nd of th e -l-3 rd En g in ee r Co n s tru ct ion Hattil li on in th e Phi li pp in cs apcl fr o m th c r e w as tran s ferre d to cO lllmand of th c 13 12 t h I-: n g in ce r G e n era l Sc r v icc R eg im e nt. I-Ic ca m e h omc j u s t befor e th e C hri s tma s h o lid ilYs. Hu es t o n \,vi ll b e r c m e mb e r ed on th c Cil mpu s il S an a rti st a nd c h a mpion o f th e ri g ht s o f ind epe n d e nt s tud e nt s and wa s :1cti \'e in miln y ex tr a c urrI c ul a a c ti\·iti es.

Capt. Gilbert A. Naert '42 Out of Air Force Ca pt. Gi lb c rt A. I\a e rt , so n of Dr. a nd 11rs . A . L ~ae rt, .39S0 \I\' ilm in g to n r oad, St. L o ui s , M o ., se n ' e d as A ir I n s pect o r of th e Hq. 3 10th l~o ll1bardlll e n t Win g (M). T hi s is th e h ea dqu ar te r s fo r all Fifth A ir F o rce u nit s in th e a rea of Osa k a, J apa n . G ilb e rt is no w o n h is way h om c for di sc har gc aft e r se r v in g thirt ee n m o nth s in th e Pa c ifi c t h cat e r . A maj o r in I' e tro le u m e n g in cc rin g, h e r ccc i\'e d hi s 13.S. from M SM in 19-+2. 1 r c \·io u s to hi s e nli s tm c n t in th c Ai r Fo r ces in S e pt e mb e r 19-+2 , Cap t. Nae rt wa s e mplo yc d a s a pe tr o le um c n g in ee r b y S tandard O il of Nc w Yo rk . C ommi ss io n c d in A p ril ] 9-+3, a t J.-a leLJ ni\·c rs it y, h c a rri\'~ d o \-e rseas on .I a n. -+, J9-+-+. I-' r e \·io u s to j o inin g th c occ upati o na l a ir for cc in .l apan, G ilb e rt wa s s q u a dron a nd g roup e ngin ee rin g officc r fo r th c -117th Ho mbardm e nt G r o u p. H e \\' ca r " th e .Asia ti c-P ac ific and .Am e r ica n t h eat e r s , IJhilippin e l. ib e r;lIi o n A rm y of Occ upa tion and th e J ' r es id e ntia l U nit C itati o n Ribb o n s with ca m pa ig n s ta r s for 1, I1 %On, "o util Phili ppi n l:s, :\ c w G uin ea , Ho rn co A ir Offe n si \"c a nd Hi s mar c k A r c hi pe li go. Gi lb c rt , fo llo \\' in g hi s di sc h ar gc, w ill r es um c work a s a p c tro le u m e n g in ee r .

Theodore Herman Promoted He t :, le h em I'acific Coast S tee l Co q o ra ti o n h a s ju s t ann o un cc d th c appoi ntlll e nt of Th co d o r e H e r man as M a n age r of C laim s. ·M r . H c r man is a g r a du a te of iI,I ill. Fo ll o \\' ing hi s g- radu a ti o n , h e e nt c r ed t h c Be thl e h em Stee l Co mpa n y's trai nin g s c h oo l for c o ll ge g r a duat cs . S in cc that t ime, Mr. H e rman ha s se n -ed in \'a ri o us capac iti es in th e Opera tin g, C laims a nd Co ntr act T c r mi n ation s d e partm e nt in I)et hl eh e m , I'a. H c wa s Ass is ta nt ~[ a n a ge r of C la im s there for fOllr yea r s.

Dean Wilson at Washington U 's Anniversary Dea n C urti s 1_. ' -\li lso n r e pr ese nt e d th e l\Ii sso ur i , c hoo l of ~'li n es a t t h e inau g ur:lti o n of Dr . A rthur T-i . Comp ton a . C h a n ce ll o r of \ Vas h in g- ton L~ ni\'e r s ity o n Friday, Feb. 22 , in t h e VVashin glO1l Lni\' ersi t y Fiel d H o u se. Th e 300 delc g at es, in aca (\ c:mic dr ess, m arc h e d in a p r ocessiona l int o th l: F ie ld I-[o u se ; the ina ll g ,lra l ce r l:llIo n v \\'a s he ld a t 10 a.111 . Th ey \\' e r e g- u cs t s of t h e Lni\-l:rsit\· at lun c heon, I o 'c lock, a rl' cep2

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Lt. Gen. Raymond A. Wh eele r award ing Le g ion of M e rit to M a j, H arry F. Kirkpatri ck '3~

In a n impr ess ivc c~ r e 111 0 n y in ' -\las h in g to n , D . c., Maj , Karr y F.K irkp at ri c k rece ive d th c I_cg ion o f l\I c rit from '-to Ge n . R ay m o nd A. W h ec le r , C h ie f of E n g in ec rs. H e e arn ed t hi s hi g h h o n o r fo r exce ptionally m e ri to ri o us co n du c t in th c p e rform a n cc of o ut s t a ndin g se r vices a s C hi ef E n g in ee r , A d va n cc Sec tio n N u mb e r O n a nd C hi ef I ~ n g i ­ n ee r, A d va n ce Sec ti o n N umb e r T hr ee, e r vic e of uppl y, u nit e d S tat es A r m y F o rces, C hin a- Hurlll a - ln dia th ea te r, durin g th c p e ri o d from ~{ar c h 15,1 943, to .J un e 30, 19-14. l'-larry 's initi a ti ve and untirin g e ffort s a id ed t r e m e nd o us ly in ove r co min g num e rou s prob le m s in th e co n tru ct io n of impo rtant a ir fi e ld s a nd h o us in g fac iliti es fo r m il ita ry p e rs o nn e l. Maj. Kirkpatri c k s uccee d c d in o r g anizing a n e ffi c ie n t o r ga ni zation whi c h wa s imbu cd wi th a hi g h sp irit la r gc ly du c to hi s unu s ual r cso ur ce fuln ess and k ee n in s ig h t. Hi s e n <: r gy a nd p r ofess io na l ex p e ri e n cc s p ee d cd th e buildin g o f fac iliti es import a nt to th c ;- ece ip t of s u pp lies \\'hi c ii w c r L csse ntial to th e ope r at io n s in th e fo rw a r d area s of the F o ur t ec nth Ai r Fo rce . H a r r y c nt c r c d ac ti\'e dut y in ] 9-+1 a nd wi ll s tart h is terminal Ic ,l\'e in Jun e, H c r e port s that h c h a s run into Min ers in mo s t of th e pla ces h e h a s b e n . Th ese in c lu d e Lt. Co l. :\ c cl O . Kraft '27 in Wa s h in g ton, D,C. , L t. Co l. ~Iauri cc [ . Su hr e '33 in in dia , se r ve d in Fl o ri da a nd w e nt O\'e rsc as with Capt. A d am l'-o rd '38 an d M e r rit t Fran c is '-11 . H e is loo kin g fo rward to th e bi g h o m eco min g ce lebration thi s fa ll.

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P. Faris Jr. '3 8 Piloted B-29 Over Japan

:'Iaj . Juliu s I) Faris .Jr . h a s h a d a n c \·c ntf l.1l a r m y c;, re c r , s tartin g imlll edi a t e ly a fte r h is g r aduation fr o m M S M . He s tarted o ut as a o n e ye ar s tud e nt a nd ca d et und e r th e T ho lll 'Iso n !\ c t, ha\' in g b ee n acce pt ed t hr Oll g h co m pe t itiv ' examin a ti o n . Thr o u g h hi s o ut s tandi n g \l' o rk h e \l'a s c0 111lll is" ion <: d a 2nd L ie ut e n ant in th c reg ul a r a rm y e n g in c r in g co rp s. Fl o \\'l" ' e r, in 19-11 , h tr a n sfe rr ed to th e ai r co rp s a nd \\'on hi , \\-in l's. I t \\' as fr o m "a ipan that h e flew 30 bo mbin gmi ssio n s O\' er J ap a n and o n e mi ss io n to d rop s u pp li e to L..:.S. p r is oners h e ld b y th e J a pan ese, A lth o u g h Juliu W:1 S Ill~ \ ' (; r \\'ound ed or los t a s lI ip, h e sa y s " th e go in g \Va so rOll g h th at o nl y b y t h e g race of God w r c w e ab le t rea c h Oll r base ,.;a fe ly ag ain af te r a raid over J apa n ." At pr es(' nt .J uliu s is s tatio;l e d at :'I c Di ll Fi e ld , Fl a., hi s add ress b e in g R7.:;th 1 ~0111 b . Sqdn., -19R th G r lip, M c l)i ll F ie ld , Fla. t ion a t the: C h anc e ll or 's res id ence, dinn e r th at ni g h t a t Ho t e l l e{"(n,on , T hi, 111 a rk ~ d tlI <: 93rd <tnni\'ersar.v of thl: foundin g i- thl: L-nin' rsit". N

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.1 0 . c ph C inta no , w ho was o nc o f t he AS T I) ass ig ne d to th Sc hoo l o f i\l in es , wa s kill e d in ac ti o n in .Fra nce ar o und Dec c mb e r 20, 19-1-1, acco rdin g to 1V0 rd r ec e iv ed fr o m J o sc ph 's m o th e r, Mr s . f. . C iv it a no, 23 10 Va le n t ine av e nu e, Th e l3 ro n x 57, :--J e w Yo rk, N.Y. J os e ph e nl is te d in th e A ir Co r ps to beco m c a pil o t bu t wa s di s qu a li fie d. Upo n leav in g th e A ir Co rp s, he was tr a ns fe rr ed to th e STP an d se nt to th e Sc hoo l of Min es . 'vVh e n th e p r o g ra m wa s te rmin a t ed, h e wa s tr ansf e r re d to t he I n fa n t ry an d e " cnt ua ll y s e n t o ,'c rs e a s lI·he r e he was k ill e d in ac ti o n in Fra nc e.

\Vo rd :, «, be:: 11 r ec e ive d of t h e d c a t h of Ri c har d ['l ilton S c ha ulll wh o IV a , k ill e d at S a nta B a rb a r a, Ca lif. , in t h e fa ll o f 19-13 in a p la nt; ~cc i d e n t. R ic ha rd wa s fl y in g a G r u m an <t ir c raft a t t he ti m o f th e a c c id e nt a nd ha d bee n c omm iss ion e d a 2n d L t. On t h e ca mp us he wa s a m e mb e r of th e S wimmin g t e am, Th e ta T a u, a n d took t he Civil I' il o t tra in in g p rim a ry p r ogra m in t he Sp r in g o f 19-12. Hi s h ome a ddr es s is 67 I'ayn e an:n ue, :--Jo rt h To nowan d a, N. \ -.

Births :-11'. a nd :-11'5_ J o hn H «n le y '29 a nn OUil ce t h " bir t h o f a s on , J o h n H e rb e r t Hanl ey, who wa s bo r n .J an . 18 in Oma ha , Ne b. J o hn H e rb e rt is t he g r a nd so n of I' ro f. a nd :--Ir s. H. R. H a nl cy ·OI. \ Te rn o n P in ge l '-1-1 a nd lvII'S. I' in ge l a nn oun ce th e birth of a da u g ht e r, .I o), cc ly n Gay, on J a n.l-l. in B u ffa lo , N.Y. Ve rn o n

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Fr ed E . D res t e '-13 and Mi ss Maril y :, H e e ge r o f A rlin g ton, :-J ass ., we r e m.l rri ed in A rlin g t o n on Se pt. 15, 1945, at a ca ndl e-li g h t c hur c h we ddin g . Th e brid e is a g radu a t e of Cam brid ge Juni or Co ll ege and wa s a t e c hni cian at th e Radiation Laboratory at Ma ssachu s e tt s In s titut e of T ec hnolo g y durin g- t he la s t two yea r s_ F r ed is in th e Tran s m itt e r E n g in ee rin g divi s ion of t he E lectroni cs d e pa rt m e n t, Ge ne ral E lec tric Compa n y, Sy racu s e, ~'i. Y., wh e r e he is d o in g Radar e n g in ee rin g . On t he cam pu s Fr ed wa s a m e mb e r of Tau B e ta Pi and P h i Kappa P h i. Fre d a nd :-Ia ril y n a r e livin g at 832 Park ave nu e, yrac use. Capt. Ge or g e H. T hom a s '-13 a nd Mi ss Mariann e Hays, dau g h t e r o f ::v1rs. E ve ly n Bea u mont Ha y s of B e ve rl y Hill s, Ca lif. , we re marri ed o n .J a n. 18, 1946, a t St. A lb an' s Epi s copa l C hur c h in -'Nes t Lo s An ge les, Ca lif. Ge or ge g ra du a t ed in Minin g E ng in ee rin g in J a nu ary 1943, and e nt e re d th e A rm y s oon a ft e r le a v in g s c h oo l. O n th e camp us Ge orge wa s a m e mb e r of th e Min e r Board , S ig ma N u frat e rnit y, a nd T he ta Ta u. U ntil furth e r not ice, h e and hi s wi fe ca n be re a c hed at 9901 y, Dura n t, B ey e r ly Hi ll s, Ca li f.

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Lt. (j g ) J ea n M cCaw Lle-yd, dau g ht er of P r of. and :Mr s . S. H. Lloyd o f th e fa c ult y of t he Sc h oo l of M in es and ;"1:eta llur gy at Ro ll a , and Lt. (sg) Rob e rt E d ward A rras , s on 0'[ !vIr. and Mr s. vVm. G. Aa r ra s of Map lewood , N .J" w ere mar r ie d at th e E pi scopa l Chu r c h in Rolla on Satur d ay eve nin g , F e b. 23. Th e brid e is a g raduat e in e lec trica l e n g in e e rin g of t he Sc hoo l of Mine s a nd Meta llur g y in th e cla ss of '44. On g rad uatio n s h e e nli s t ed in the V\TAVES a s a n e n s ig n, a n d w a ~ se nt to Sm ith Co ll ege a nd lat e r t o th e r a d ar sc h o o ls at H a r ,-a rd U ni ve r s it y a nd t h e :Ma ssach u se tt s Ins titu t e o f Techno lo g y. S h e wa s th e n a ss ig n ed t o r ada r maint e nan ce wo r k a t th e Norfo lk N avy Y a rd at Ports mo u th, Va. T he brid es maid s we re M iss S ue C rumpl e r of Ro ll a dn d Lt. ( s g) Iddin gs Ryan, a id e to th e Co mmand a nt of t h e F irs t N a va l Di s t ri c t at th e B o s t on Navy Ya rd, o f Bo s ton an d As hv ill e, So. Caro lina. Junior brid es mai d s w e r e M iss S tor m Bullman of Rolla a nd M iss Ba rb ara Ba rn a r d of Cla y ton, Mo . T h e flow e r g ir l wa s M iss Kay Bu ll man of Rol la. Lt. A rra s is a g r ad u at ~ of t h e S he ffi e ld Sc ie ntifi c S c hool o f Ya le U ni ve rs it y w he r e he wa s a m e mber of S t. A nthon y' s Ha ll. A t Ya le h e wa s e nro ll ed in th e na va l ROT C, an d o n g radua ti o n wa s commi ss io n ed an e ns ig n a nd sa w 38 mon t h s of sea dut y on t h e U SS Hobs o n . H e wear s fi ve batt le s tars , th e br o nz e s tar a n d t h e Pres id e nti a l C itation _ H e s e rv ed in bot h th e A tl anti c a nd t h e Pacific a rea. T he g r oom's b es t man wa s Lt . Comdr. J D. C rutchfi e ld o f Hig h Po int, N. C. T he us h e rs w e re th e brid e 's co us in , Rob c rt P. Lyo n III of Kan s a s C it y, a s tud e nt at Ya le U niv e r s ity ; Lt. J am es Koc h o f C hi ca g o; a nd Sid n ey F ran k lin Jr. o f He ve rl y Hi ll s, Ca lif., a s tu d e nt at M S M. Af t e r a two- wee ks ' hon ey moon s pe nt a t Nas s au in t h e Ba hama I s la nd s t he y o un g co u ple wi ll make th e ir home a t .Map le wood, N .J" bot h ha v in g bee n r e ce ntl y di s c ha r ged fr o m na vy dut y.

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S tud ies b ased on n atio n al s t atist ics and o n ex pcri ' n c ' a t the: -nin: rsit y of ,\ 1isso uri for tilc pa,t s 'me:, t (;l" s h ow th at the s tudents und e r thc Vctl' rans Trainin g progra lll h ave a b elt l' r acackmic accomplishm e nt than the avcrage accom"li s llll1 c n ts f ci\' ilian s tucilnh acco rd ing to 1),- . I ~ r 'd e ri ck \ . M idd lcb u s h , I'r csi d e nt f th e U ni l' ·r si t y of 1 1i,so uri , in a ll addre ss gi\" n at I ~o ll a, J a n. 30, at t h e first a . sc mbl y pe riod f the 'p rin g se m es tn of MS.\! . I Jr . ,\I iddlcbu s h said that n :any ve t e rans \\'cn fea r f ul of ret u rning t o sc ho I, fce lin g t h at th 'y h an: b e· n away fr om the:ir , tudie s for s u c h a long pl' riod t h at they 1I'0u id not b e a ble to ca rry th c ir pr ogram in a sa ti sfac t o ry 111all l1(: r . Many ha d b ee n away frOIll s tudil's and in actin; mi lit ary se r vice frolll 3 to .i ycars and fca r e d thaI wit h a r et urn to a daily ~ rilld f the: c la ss roonl their ac co mpli s lll ll \: nt s 111i g hl not b e \l h at ~ h ey wou ld ha l'c m ade had th ey cn te 1'(:d c lI egc fronl hig h s c h oo l. Th 'y h a\'e , h OWl'\' 'r, thl a dl' alltage of maturit y ;, nd <;'\pcri c n ce; and, mor <; than th ;1I, th l'y kno\\' d efi nit e ly tl ,c 1"(; aSon for b ei n g in co ll egc , whi c h un fo rtun at<; ly, I'r esid e n t !II id cll eb u s h s aid, n I a l way s w;:s th c c a s c of a c ivi l ia n , t ud e nl. I'n;s id ent Mi,ddlcbLL h s'l id t h at \ ' dcran s arc' asking th e qlll''-l ion a s to wh ·th e r it wo uld b e bllt 'r t o go in to indu s tr y ;111(1 b eg in t ca rve a p i 'IC C fo r th em,<; I\'c" b efo r e c mp cl iti Oll IJC:c:tmc to ke ' n I'<lth e: r th a n t tak e thi s c ritica l tilli e to ,,0 to sc hool a n d s c ur e a ca d e: mi c t r ai llin g, I e s tated as hi s o pill i n that in th l' n 'w sc ie ntifi c wo rld \\'it h t h e va s t sc ie ll t ific ae o lllpli s hll1 c nt s t h at h avc g r ow n ut of t h e wa r efYo r t, trai llin g in the: fic ld of t ec hn o logy w uld g ive t h e: 1ll a lI1u c h ;.: r \:a ter p p o rtunit y in th e years to COIllC l h all t h e:y wou ld I'al'c \\'it h o ut thi s tra inin g. Th e J'r es i Ic nt adclr e"s· d t h c c ntir c , lud e nt b o d y w hi c h Ll c luci e d th la r g's t fr cs hm a n g r o u Jl in t h e: hi s t o ry of th e "do I f Minc s, I)urinf,:' th e fi r s t tw o d ays of r cg is t r atio n, , 96 fr 's " me n cnro ll c d ; 104 so phomo r es; 100 j uni or s ; ,:;9 sc n ' ('Irs and J8 g r a du a t c s tud e nt s. Th e re we r e: II e nr o ll ees in h ort o ur s e , for Vc t c r an s and 26 un c las , di e d s l ud c llt s. \ b out 7.'i'/n o f th e c ntir e e nr o llm e nt at til e Sc h oo l, a cco rd in g IO D e:a n ' urli s 1_. 'Ni lso n, is n ow CO lllpo sc ci o f Ve t e ran s . -r' h c h 'a\'y e nr o l"" ' nt in th e fr es hm a n c las s i fica ti OIl is c r eat-

Veterans' Guidance Office Established on Campus f\ \ ' oc'ltiona l a nd G u id anc ('(' nt l' r office h as b (;en l:sta b li ;, hcd in I'ark r Hall o n th' al11p u s of 11[ ' ,\ 1 wi th C eo r ge \ \T. Farrar a C hi f of t h e uid a ll ce C e nler. i\ 1r . I,'arrar 1'('port ed 0;1 J an. 28, 1\ trainin ~ officer and ot h e r per so nnel wi ll b c a "s igned h e r fr om th . V l (; ra n;, l\ dminiQralion in thl' n ca r fut u r e, Th . purpo se f th c oFtice is t o d(; Cl: ntraliz e th(; g uidan ce in til C I ~ eg ional ffic in 't. I"oui .;, and is cicsi g n (, d primarily to tak e ca r (; of di s ab l d v e t 'ran, who c Ollie unciL-r I'ubli(' I,a\l 16, but th c office wi ll work with othc r V t e rans in co nn ctio n wit h th e ir c ciu c ati n a l a nd voca ti ona l tr aining. I nq ea cl of thc \' <.:t c ran s in thi s \' icinity goi n " into St. I.ollis for advisement 'o n ce rnin g th e ir e du n l1ional pro"ralll, they wi ll b e n il 'd into th e offi ce h ere a nd a d efini t e ('du cationa l pro g r;'111 outlined for th e m . I'rof. . H , 1.loy d is wo r kin~ wit h t h e \'e terans' pe:r s olln e l in co nn ec tion \I it h th e te s tin g, F arrar s t<lted that h e will b e g lad to assist vel ' n\1h o n th ' ca ll1pu s in any way th at h e ca n with informati n co n ce rJ1in ~ th e (; ciu ca tional pro~ram of th e ve t e ra n s . b out 7,:;(;' of th s tu ci e nt b ody is n ow compo s ci of \'e t c ran s,

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James L. I-lead ' 16, were lun cheon g ue st s o f C? l. F o ul1dr y m en' s Ass lI. Tom" whose headqttarier s E n och R. Need les ' 14. J o hn and "Bab e" <11 5are ill t'he G r ove C it y, Pa ., p lant, is a lso chair c li ssed p lan s for the 30th Anniver sa ry reunion ma1l o f the ?\1ah o ni ng Va lley Chapt e r o f the A ll ler ica n Soc iety fo r M' eta ls. o f the Class of 19 16 to be held d urin g the 751 h G. Clem en l Cunnin gham is no w w ith the A nni ver sary celeb l'at io n in Nove m ber 1946 . Fred Grotts is president of t.he new Che ster Shell O il Co r pora t io n at the vVoodr ive r Refin e lT in \;V oo(It' ive r, Jil. Electri c Steel Compan y at Cru 1ll Ly nn e. Th e fir m ha s take n over the p lant o perated during Irvin G. Kn oeb~ l is wi th the Be.ll ev ill e Sew. age Treatment. ]-l ls ho m e add r ess 15 403 SOlllh the war by Atlantic Stee l Ca s tings Compa n y. 11th s treet, Bellevil le, Ill. Fred li ves at R oya l York Apt s" Pitt sburgh, P a. R oger O. D ay is co nn ected with the Li n d J o hn J. Doyle ex·' 16 receives mail at B.Ox Air Prod uct s Co., 646 }';" relinghuy sen ave nu e, 844, Lake Cha rl es, La. lIe is cO lln ected with "N ewark 5, N.]'. R oger ha s been sepa rated fl'om Oil & G as Lease s & R oya h ers, and lives at Pri en the serv ice recen Ll y. }lis home address is 20 Lake La C.' E . ·Peterson. who wa s with the }'oreign Stonele igh Park, W e s tfield, N.J. Economic Admini stra ti o n during the war, ha s Cyru s 'AT. M aga lis is a Di s trict Geologist for the Mid Sta les O il Corporation, 839 Melli e 1O sund ertaken a s pecia l ass ignme n t fo r V entures, perso n B ldg. , l~I o u s t o n , T ex. Ltd . I-I e ma v be r eached at 20 19 " Q" s t reet N. vV., W as hil~ gto ll , D.C. Karl F. Ha sselmann, a lumni a ssoc iat io n vice G. E . Johnson, manager, Int.ern;lIi o nal Sme lt preside nt o f Hou st o n, T ex., visit ed New Yo r k ing & Refining Compa ny, Ea s t Chicago, Ind. , Cit y ea rl y in F e brua ry. While there he co nferred ha s bee n elect.ed a no n -res id ent member of the with Geo r ge A . Ea s ley '09, ?\L J . Kell y ' 14 a nd i\{illin g" Club , Kew York City. J a m es L . I-lead' 16, o n Alumni matters. 1917 1926 C. A. Anderso n, who is con nected with the J oseph C. Barton is a con s ult in g mining engiParker sburg Rig a nd Steel Company, Jives at neer wit h the St. L o ui s !\:fining a nd Smelting 1220 'A' . 61h st ree t, Coffeyvi ll e, K an . Company at i22 Chest nut st reet , St. L oui s, )1 0. E lmer Gamm eter repo rt s t hat hi s ho m e is at Hi s home address is 2 13 Cornelia avenue, Glen823 E. Sylvan ave nu e, Whitefish B ay, Mil dale Terrace, SL Loui s 22, 1\'£ 0. waukee ] I, \~' i s. Ifi s bro ther, Walter ' 16 live s 1918 at 3320a Wyo ming s treet, S t. Loui s, :M o. Orie N . Maness can be found at uni ted Oil W ei-Tu ng Hu, wh o has been in thi s coun t r y \Vell Se rvice S.A., A partado 1085, Caraca s, the pa s t year a s a member of the Ch in ese Tech · Venezuela. nical !\fiss io n with headquarters in New York 1919 City, ret urn ed to China early in J a nuar y. lIe is \ Villiam E . O yler c ha n ged hi s bu s iness adGe ner a l !\:[a n ager, No r th Yu nnan ~f inin g Ad dress fr o m H o br, Ind., to I-Iam m ond, Ind. He mini str a ti o n, B ox 100, J-Iweit seh fIsien, Y unn a n is p la lH manager for the L ever Brot hers Co. Province, Ch in a. 1920 :M orri s L. Tyrrell is p lant e ngin ee r fo r th e P. H. Pietsch of 6023 Kimb ark ave nue, Ch iCe lanese Corpo ra t io n o f A m er ica at Na rrows, cago, Ill. , wriies in to wi sh the Alu mn i A ssociaVi r gin ia. tion s uccess fo r the 1946 sea son. C. T . Jones of B ox 40, Casper, W yo., COIIH. H. Hoppock is still with W. T. R awle igh gl'aru lates the Alumnu s in recreating th e in te r est & Company in Freeport , Ill. of the Alumni in their school a nd the Alumni 1921 A ssociatio n. N. B . Larsh has changed his ad dress from Co l. G. 'N. Farren ex· ' 26, Box 630, Columbia, B ox 1470, Midlands, Tex., to 1007 Wes t Texa s M o ., was o n the campus o n J a n. ]6. Co l. FarStreel. Midland, Tex . rell is Com m ander of a regime n t of t he State Edwin L . Miller Jr. is a n a ssis tant pro fe ssor Guard and wa s in R o ll a to make arrangeme n t s of Geological engineering at J\Torth Caroli na for the en r o ll ment of his so n, R ichard D. Far· Sta t e College at R a leigh, N.C. Hi s home ad· rell . Col. Farrell wa s one of the Vocatio na l St udress is Box 5606, R a leigh , N.C. dents here fo llow in g the last war and enjoyed E. W. Rembert has cha nge d hi s address from hi s visit to the campus a nd with me mbe rs of th e 719 S. Garfield aven ue t o 203 N o rth Vi n e st reet, fac ult y who remembered him. Hin sda le, J11. Frank Leach ex· ' 26 is Vice Presid en t a nd 1922 General Man ager of the Bridge po rt Oil Co ., 9 14 George L. Richert send s hi s address a s A pt. Central B ldg. , Wic hit a, Kan . 10, J\fonterrey 122, :M ex ico, D.F. Lt . Col. Daniel Kennedy is Chief 1'01'0. Willi am \Y. Bolt is now at home at 2 11 Eas t g raphi c E ng in eer for the Arm y :M a p Set'vice, A s treet, Belleville, Ill. 6101 l\{cArthur Blvd. , \ Yashingron , D.C. Dan G. S. Wyman ha s been advanced to 1{ine vis ited in R o ll a on !\{arch 5. S u peri n te ndent for Chile Exploration Compa ny, 1927 Ch u Qui camata, Chi le. "Wy" hopes to vi s it the II erman Blickensde rfer is associate profe ssor States thi s summer. lIi s two b oy s are student s o f Civ il engin eerin g at the U ni ve r s it y of Idaho at Blair A cademy, Bla irstown , N·.J. at A{oscow, Idah o. tIe is teach in g Ilydraulics 1923 and Sani tarv work. flomer L . Leonard, who u sed t o res ide in Roy J. Gunther is with the Frazier-Davi s :M cAllen, Tex., now ha s 3222 Gilbert s treet, Co n s truction Co. at 131 9 l\{acklind ave nu e, St. Au s t in 21, Tex. , a s hi s address. Loui s, ?v{ o. l~I oweve rJ he res id es at 34 06 Lawn J. K. Gregg now re s ides at R. D. 4, Beth le- aven ue, St. Loui s, i\{o. hem, Pa., hav in g m oved fro111 R o ute 2, Coopers. ,,/ :1\L J. Paul wri les that he is enj oy ill g the burg, Pa. x".A.lumnu s very mu ch, a nd tha t he's happy over Kennet h R. Teis now has 33i Kenned y Bl dg., th e in crea sed m embe r s hip of t he A ssociat io n in Tul sa, O kl a., as hi s addre ss. 1945. 1-1 is h o me is at 32 1 Poto mac ave nue, L o m · Armin B. Jewell has Box 35 , Tu lsa, Ok la., b ard, Til. , and he is co nn ected with th e Na tural for hi s u ld ress. Gas P ipe line Compa n y in Ch icago. Cha rl es B. Kaley n ow r e side s at 2400 San F. II. Hollow v is ited the ca m pu s o n Jan. i. Em idio, B ake r s fie ld, Cal if. Fl'ank is Pres id e nt of the B rid ge po r t O il Co. , 1924 with offices at 9 14 Central Bldg. , \,y ich it a, Kall . Dw ig ht L. Moodie vi s ited the campu s on I-li s home address is 2 Sequ o ia drive, vV ichita. Feb. 9. Dwight ha s been in mili tary serv ice Ned O. K raf t ' 2i, who progressed from caps ince ] 943 with Anti-aircraft Command and tain t o li eu te n an t colo ne l in the E n gi n eer Cor ps, Corps of E ngineers. fI is last station was at Ft. ha s retu rn ed fro m Germany, and fo llow ing hi s J-famiiton in Brook lyn, N.Y. di scharge, ha s resumed h is work with the AlumJ o hn L Andrews res ides at 201 S.W. 11 th inu m Company o f America. Ned is a u ached to street, Fairfield, II I. Alcoa 's W a shl11g lO n , D. C. office. Willard A. Schaeffer J r. ha s m oved from 2010 192 8 W . Cottage to 206 Ea st Wall , Midland, Te x . Edward C. Mill er, who aua ined the rank of William \ V. Kay ha s Leland H o te l, Spr ing. Comm and e r in t he USNR, is now in c ivi li a n life field, III. , as his prese n t ad d ress . a s a ss istant pro fessor of i\{eta llu rgica l engineer192 5 ing at Purdue Unive r s it y, LaFayette, I nd. T. E. Eaga n, c h ief meta llu rgi st of the Coope rCo l. T heodore C. 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O. 1\L Duncan is chief c h e mi s t fo r th e Tndi J.l1a F a r m Burea u Co operat ive A ss n" R efi n ery D ivis ion , at B ox 27 1, 1\f1. Ve rn o n, Ind, l i e liv es :11 72 1 N, )(ain s treet, i\I t. Vern o n , Tnd. l[e " ,' r ite~ [h at \\ 'a lt e r Irwin '3-4 is employed b y the . oh io Pip e L in e Co r po ,'at io n and ha s \ Vest 8 th '.tl t:: el, nit. Y er ll Ull, I nd . ~ a ~ an add r e ss . Charles E, Ke w i ~ li vin g a l 18-4 lli g h land a ven ue, J-fambur g, X,Y. Capt. St ev en )L M olloy ha s b eell di 5charged !r(1111 Illili tary service after t hree a nd a half vears a~ a fighter' p ii ot o n a r esear ch prog r am \~'hich look him in to a lm os t eve r v th ea te r o f o pe r ati o n ill the w a r. S teve ha s r e t'urn ed t o hi s wo rk as nl c t a llurg i5l fo r the U. S. Burea u o f Ivfin cs in R o ll a . lJave P o r te r Ha le TI". i$ with the Sal es Dept. of T h e ~1i ll e and S m eite r S u pply Co mp any, B ox 5270 . Terminal S t a ti o n , De n ver 17, C o lo . R o bert L. Stone h a s g- ive n 229 \-\' , V in ce n t )(.~ ! 1" ee t , Li gon ier, P a ., a s hi s add re ss . 1935 I-fa rry I T. Komm ha s b ee n discharged fr o l11 :ll ili t a r y se rv ice and is l iv in g at hi s h o m e at 84 7 V\ Te~ rgate ave nu e. U ni ver s ity City 5, l\'f o . \,\ ' illi al1l T-T. Coddin g ton n ow h a s 1932 1 R o sco mm o n. Detro it 24, l\ [i ch ., fo r h is addr ess. \-\ Tart'e n n. Danforth i ~ w ith M:e r ck a nd Co ., (~cot t av e llu e, Rahw ay, N,J. l-li s ho m e ad dress is 250 \\ '. S l ea rll !' ::; treet, R a hwa y, N .J . .... / Jf elillu th D, Da llm eyer r e s id e~ at 629 Ilo u s""" tO il Sireet , S f. Cha rl es, 1\f o . 1936 A. J. H oe n er 1l 0 W li ves at 5827 Neos h o s tr eet, '':' 1. L o ui s . 1\1 0 , Ke il Plu mmer \\' I·it e s fr o m 395 1 So u th 4000 :1'.'ell Ue , Sa lt L a k e City 7, U l ah, t h a l th e s t ri ke is b e g inl1in g i o ta ke effect in that area. Ne il c o n'gral ul ate s the Alumni A ssoc iat io n fo r its ·,vond e rful g ,'o wth . Lt . Co l. Ralph H. Striker ha s b ee n di s · c harged fr o m mili ta r y serv ice and is lak in g up ;',j ~ duti es a s re sear ch c h e mi st w ith the 1\fi sso uri (Inland Ce ill ent Co m pany in Sl. L o u is. R a lph 's ~Id dre ss is B ox 700, R o ui e 10, Fergu so n 2 1, :M o. On leavi ng" :Fra nkfurt, G e rm a n y, o n hi s tri p ~Wll.1 e fo r d i scha q~'e, h e b eca me acqua int ed with : 1 y o ul1 g m ajor, al so "e lurnin g' 10 th e St at e s. O 'li ~- as (hey \-..-ere appr oach in g S L L o ui s d id h e iearn t ha t Armin Fi ck ' -{ I wa s li kewi :-.e a gra d i.1:lte o f 1\:1 Si\1. Thi ~ ca m e a b o ut thr o u g h a di sc u s· ',i UIl o f a S I". Pat 's prOl£ ra m . Ll. Euge n e J. Daay vi s it ed t h e ca mpu s 0 11 7 a ll . 9. G e ll e is wi t h th e N a va l Air St at io n at D<:: lan d. F la ., w o r king as Pub lic 'N o rk s Office r.

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D is tr ic t Offi ce, Omah a , Neb. Lt. Don C" Bowman J r. ha s been di sch ar ged fr OI11 the na vy and is n o w li ving at ] 04 N. Go re av e nu e, W ebs te r Gro ves, 1\1 0 . D o n is emp loyed b y t h e Socony Vacuum Oil Co .• East St. L o ui s, JlI., as a m ach in e r y e n g in ee r. Jam es G. Mil ler is sa les e ngineer with Vana· d iulll - 11 0ys St.eel Co., 345 Paul Bro wn Bld g ., \ / S l. 1..0 1li s I , i\1 0 . Ili s h o m e a dd r e ss is 11 8 Wav- X e rl y p lace, \ i\!eb s t e r Gr ove s ] 9, 1\1: 0. Jimm y vi sit ed the ca mpu's o n Jan. 7. L t. Cmdr. FI'ed e rick 1\1a ri o n Mueller is t he o ffice r in cha rge o f the Electri c Generat in g Plan t s at th e Cal1lp L eje une, Che rr y Po ill t, Po w e r Sy s te m . Fred is loo kin g fo rw a rd ro a c i\·· ili an life which h e h o pe s w ill s ta r i arou n d i\'l ay I , Ili s h o m e address is Box 524, AcIT' ian, i\f o. Fred e ri ck Morri son was o n th e ca mpu s 0 11 11arch 5. F red ha s re ce ntl y been d ischa rged f'- ol11 se r vice in the Il avy and h e is li v in g al hi s h Olll e at 6 173 vVes tl11in ste r !)Iace, S t. L o ui s, i\f o. 1939 Ra y E, Hoffman Jr. is w it h the Univ e r sa l A t l a ~ Ce m c nt C o . 11 is h o n1 e addre ss is 300 .\' orth s u' e::! l , l l a nnib a l, 110. J esse 1\1. Logrbrinck Jr. ha s been r elieved fr o l11 ac ti ve clUI V a s a Firs t Li c ut e nan t ill t he U . S. 'M arine C O;'p s and is n o w loo kin g fo r wo r k a~ a c iv il e n g in ee r. J esse is illi eresl-ed in findingwo rk t hat will take hil11 abr o ad . Ili ,:;: perman e n t addr e~~ is Euge ne, i\1 0 . .\h11 o n E. Rhod es was r e tir ed medi c all~' from the army la s t June a nci is n o w a n e·l.J,! in ee r wit h t he Bu rea u o f R ec lam a ti o n in the D e li ve r D esig n nfflce. " Du s t y " r epo rt s t hai l he Bureau plan s an cx te;lsiv e pro gram ill the n ea ,' f u ture and is takin g O il a goodly n umber o f ellg- i neer ~, ] r is ael cIT' e:;; s is 14 S un set Ridge, Litt le i011, C o lo . Ll. Co l. J o hn Ir. Li vingsto n wa s ca ll ed to R o lla in ea rl y F eb ru al'y by the d eat h o f h is fath e r, co min g o n a 4S-cla y leave fro m :M ulli ch , Ge rlll<lIl Y, wh e r e h e had b ee n s tationed sin ce the \',-ar. J oh n is wid, th e 347 E n gi n ee r Ge n eral Serv ice R e<:!'illlen t and had bee n ove r seas fo r 15 11l0llth s. Tr e is wearing two baili e star s, a Bro nz e St i'l!" a nd th e Pur p le lfeart fo r woulld s rece ived n ea r Tri e r , Ge rm a n y, ca u sed by an exploding- b o mb. J o hn will leave J effe r so n Bar· ra c k s t o r ej o in hi s com pan y o n 1\1arc h 10 a ~ he hold ~ a nermane n t com mi ss io n in th e ann\' , Hi s militar y· address is 347 Gen. Servo Re g.,' APO 34 1, c / o P o s tma ster, New Yo rk , N.Y., and h is h o m e address is B ox 637, Shrevepo r t, La. J o h1l Soult is with th e FI' uin-C o ln o n Ca n· tra c ting Compa n y in S I. L o ui s . J oh 1l E. Ki se r vi s it ed th e ca mpu s o n Feb. 2.;. J c hn wo rk s for the S l. J ose ph L ead Compan y a nd h a s 408 A s tre e t, B o nn e Terre, i\1o ., for h is add r es!' . J o hn R. Pos t ha s been di sc har.rred fr o m the n avy a nd after Feb. 10 wi ll b e m aki n g hi s home at 1460 Hubbard, Chicagn . ]11. J o hn will be co nn ec ted with the Imperial Chem ical C o . R o b e r t L. Gardner is a c ivilian o nce m o re a nd is li v in g at 109 W est 4th St., \'\ "a l e rl oo , Til. Lt . (jg) G le n n E. Brand g ives the U . S. Nava l lf o spilal , Ca mp "\'hit e, Ore., for his add r es~ . Ca pt. Arthur \·V. Clark so n ha s been tran sfe rr ed fro m Cha tham Field ill Geo r g ia to 1\.fac Dill Field in Fl o rida . 1 ri s ne w add re o;;;' is 0· .;23523 . S'ld l1. II , 326 A A:F lh se U nit. M ac· D ill Fie ld, Fla. J a m es R o b e rt Runyan i ~ n n w wi t h t h e .I l erc ul e:;; P o wder Co., ln c., Sunflowe r Ordnance \·Vo r b ;, Lawrc n ce. Kall. Ca pt. F o rre s t T. Troutner ha s comp leted hi s te rmina l leav e a nd is n o w e mpl oyed b y the Phil ade lphia Elec tri c Compa n~' . Hi s ad dr e s~ is 3-429 A shevi ll e StT' eel, Ph ilad elphi a 36, Pa. S/ S g-t. P hilip B lazovic Jr. is in I rq. B try ., 7-i9 th F.A. Bn., APO 235, c / o P os tma s ter , Sa~ F,'all c isco . Ca lif. (3992 47 77) . A t th e prese nt t im e h e is s tati o n ed with th e arl11Y in Pu san, K orea. 11 is h e m e adch'e ss is 12-i 0 North Third , A lbuqucrqu e, N . i\f ex. Tack \ .y. Moore is co nn ec t ed with the Fl o ri dal'l Co mpan y, In c. ]r e call b e reac hed at 11 S~ \'\ · C!' l Sth ave uu e, "V arre n , P a . R o b c rt A . Carter wo r ks for the Carbide a nd Carbol l Chem ic al s Corpo r at io n. lli !' add r ess is 13 00 n e llall , Oak Hidge. T e nl1. Ca pt. Lewi s J. Graber p la n s to tak e g raduate work in e lec tr o n ic s at St. L o ui s U ni vers it y

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?'\ava l ~ 1 aga;,o.ill e, Bang-o r, \ Va 511. Iris pe rm a n ent ad dre ss is 11 9 Eich e lb e r ~er ave n ue, St. Loui s II , Mo. To illl A. Emery is 11 0 lo n ge r in the serv ice. J a~k is wo r k ill g for th e Brad ley "M ining Co m pallY, i\1:1:. Diab lo M.ine, C layton, Ca lif. R. K enn et h Carpenter is w ith the Ame r ican Zinc Co m pa n y o f 1Il itlo is, Box 222, i\.f o ll sant o, JlI. l--li s h o m e is Rt:. I, K imm s wick, l\{ o. Sidney Caplovitz is n o w l ivi n g at 85 20 Third venue , N o rth Bergell, N.J. Capt. \"-i2m er Ea rl e Buc k vi s it e? t he ~a ll1 pu s o n Ta ll. 4. l:..ari e en tered t he a n llv ttl Apn l 1941 , allei we n t o ve r sea s in January "1 942, g o ing to New Ca led o nia, Guada lcana l, New G uin ea, a n d Bi ak. lee retu rn ed to t h e S tates ill Oct o ber a n d is now s tati o n ed a t Ge iger }"ie ld, \,Va sh. }[ is h o me address is 37 10 Pine Grove avenu e, St. L o ui s 20, 1\[0 . Lt. (j g) Powe ll A. Dennie is at th e h o m e o f hi s pare nt s, P ro f. a nd i\11' s. F . E . Dennie at 1307 State s treet, R o ll a, o n termin a l leave. P o well ha s JU St returned fr o m nine tll o n th s in the S o u th P acific and the Phi li ppines, reaching the State s 0 11 J a n . l. Ray m o nd P . H elling is w ith th e SL L o ui s Car Co m pany and h is addre ss is R .R. 4. B o x 57E, Sl. Lou is I i , 1\1 0. J ac k E. Tiede advi s es that the navy ga \-e him h is " wal k ing papers" on Dec. 25 a n d that he ha s term ina l leave u ntil Ap r il 1946. Jack rec e ives ma il at B o x 17j, Bi ll ings , ·.\fo . l-Iubert C. H einick e o f 46j 6 Broadview t-o ad , Cleve land 9, Oh io, is interes ted in c o n tact in g ot her a lu m ni in th e Clevelalld area. Elmer Trautwein is n o w a te st en g in ee r for th e E lli ott Compan y at J ea nn ette, Pa. lI e v isited the caillpu s o n Feb. 1. Capt. Les li e i\l. Payne vi s ited o n the cam pu s on J an. 28. }[i s h o m e add r e ss is E ur eka, 110. J. O. Ferrell is co nn ected with the U ni ted St~te s Coa l & Co ke Co mpa ny at Gary , \AT. Va_ J oh n D . Deery o f Bo~.. 64i, O m ar, \ Ve st Va. , ha s become regi stered a s an engi n eer in \ Ve st Virginia durin g the pa st year. lIe repon s t h a t there is Quite a dem a nd for milli ng engineer:) in h is State at th e IJre Sen t time. Samuel R. Boutin rep o rt s ihat he is n o w stay ing at the I-I o tel Ro osevelt, in Cedar R ap id s, I o wa. Th eod o re J. Romer ha s been disch ar ged afret2 ~ yea ,-s ser v ice a n d 20 m o n th s in the E TO . Ted is wearing two battle s ta r s for participati o n in t he Rhineland ca mpaig n a nd Cent r al European campaign. }-[e ha s e nr o ll ed for g raduat e wo rk in t he dep a rtm en t of Chem ica l Engin ee,·in g at M S M and is living at Pi Kappa Alpha frate rnitv. Paul -Po Kra a i is with the Twining LaboratOT-ie s, 2S2i Fres n o s treet, Fresn o, Ca li f. Paul w rites t h at hi s company w ill test a n yth ing and that ?\{ine r s w a ntin g te st s d o n e w ill rece ive a hi gh type service. Capt. Jo se ph H . E g y ha s j o ined civilian rank s an d is w ith the Safety Grinding "'-' heel a nd 11 achi n e Co mpany in Spri ngfie ld , Ohi o. Ch arl es E . Hall n o w has 318 South F o urth s treet, Pekin , II!. , a s hi s adcil-ess . Capt. Pa ul F. Ro ss w ri tes that hi s m ili rary ad dr ess is 0.388430, 2 AF Hq., Co lo. Springs , Co lo. Ili s permanent addl'e ss is 3229 Brown Street, Alt o n, Ill. A lvin E. Straub is d is trict pet r oleum enginee r of the Citi es Serv ice Oi l Co mpa n y at B ox i9 1, Semi n o le, Ok la. A lv in send s co n g t-a t ula tion s o n the in teres t that ha s bee n aro u sed in the A lum n i A ssocia ti o n. 1941 R a ben E. Fields is s till with th e At la n tic R eI ' lin g Co., but he h a s bee n t r a n s ferred fr o m Dalla s, T e x., to B ox 1792, Odessa , Tex. J o hn W. Gardner II o f 841 E. M o untain St. , Pa sadena 6, Ca lif., wr ite s that he wa s sepal-ated fr o m the navy a s a Lt. Co mdr. la st October. At rhe pre sent he pla n s to wo rk fo r R ep ubli c Sup pl y Co. \""hi le s till in t h e service, J ohn s aw Jim Roux '4 1 in Sa n F r anci sco . Ray E. Vaughn is w ith The G lenn L. n'.fart in Com pa ny , Ba ltim o re 3, "A{d . .Hi s ho m e addre s s is 8 10 \ Vil so n P o int r oa d , Ba ltim o re 20 , n1d., Apt. E. "'-' . L. Lo ve rid ge ha s m oved fr o m Sp r ingfield, ~fo., to Robrn a nd Denny ro aels, Sapping to n 23, .\1 0 . l Ie is n ow w ith the Lac lede Steel Company

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ill A lt o n , Ill. Ed. C. Farrell ha s B ox 6 7, Rout e 5, "fiibiv c: rll. Ark., for h is addr ess . Kerm it Liv in gs ton wa s ca ll ed to R. o lla ill Fe bruary by th e d ea t h o f hi s fathe r . K e rmil is empl oy ed by te wan- \i\' arne r A Jlinil e Compan y in Ka ll sa s Cit y . I-fi s h o m e addr ess is 37 0 1. vVallIut, K a n sas C ity, :1\1 0 . Ald e n G. Hac ker ha s bee n s e pa rat ed from th e se rvice w ith t he r a nk o f Lt. Co lo n e l. Ald elJ is n o w em p loyed b y ?,,1 c Quay-No rri ~ o f Co nn e r sv ill e, Ind . l~Ii s h o m e addre ss is III Ea s t 4 th 5t ree t, Co nn er foO vil le, J nd . Enle st F. Kin g n o w has 34 Nah a nt" s tre et, L YIlIl, ~'.f a s s., fo r his addre ss. \·\ ·ill iam C. Al smeyer and :M r s. Al s me y et- a n I1 0 Ullce th e a r riva l o f a baby gi rl , Alhen e F lore n ce, bo rn No v. I i , 1945 . Di ll is a gradu at e s tudent at \Va sh illgton U niv el-s it y, maj o rin g ill C iv il e n gi n eer ill g. I-I e is li ving at" 7260 Na tu r al Brid g e ro ad, N o rrlland YI 110_ "M ik e S ch eriff ha s le ft S o uth Ameri c a and is no w empl oy ed by the Gene ra l Chenlical Co., a t Ga lax, Va. ~~fi k e is wo rkin g und er J. C. i\[e ss el-sllli th ' 33 , wh o is superintendent o f th e Goss<1n ?\fin es o f the Ge ne t'al Chemical Co ., Ga la x, Va. Lt. Do n a ld L. Trisc h is s ta tiol led with t h e Pub lic \~-o rk s D e panmen t, Buil di n g ~1- 7, N av al Cent e r, " a t1lp so ll ~ N.Y. T(o wever, hi s penn anetlt h o m e address is 46 7 'vV. P r airie s tr eet, D ecatu t-, I II. LL Co l. Richard G. Rh o des vi s it ed th e campu s o n Feb. I. D ick is o n tenni n al leav e £t-0 111 th e arm y a n d is living at j2j4 -M aple Ave. , S f. Loui s. I-Ie went int o the mili ta r y servi ce 011 Jul y i , 1941 a nd wa s s tat io ned at Fc Bragg, N.C. , go in g o ver sea s Nove mbe r 1944, landin g fi r s t ill Eng la n d a nd then go in g in ro France il1 ?\{arch o f 1945 with 11 32 E ngin eer Co mba t Gro u p. ]-I e landed at Le l -r av r e, Fra n ce, anl l we n t on up into :Ho ll a nd and en tered co mbat ill s up po rt of the Briti s h Artl1~- d o in g r o ad an _ br idge c ll ost r uc ti OIl ill the crossin g o f the Rhin e river and 0 11 un to t h e E lbe ,-ive L Lt. K. 1... Hardine is n ow a ssigned t o t he P ublic \ Vo r ks Depart m e n t o f the J\Taval Air St a.t io n as cOll Strucl io n and mainienance o ffi cc r. Ken !'pent 2 1 m o nths o vers ea s with the 10i tl, Co n st r ucii OIl Batta lio n. 'vVh ile o n Tin ia, he w a .., ab le to ~ p e nd so me time w ith D o n Tri s ch ' 41. Alt-h o ugh he lik e s hi s work, he is loo ki n g fo r. ward to c ivilian life and p lan s 1. 0 r eturn to Ih e USGS in R o ll a. His present a dd re ss is Public 'vVo r ks Dept., Nava l A ir Station, N o rfo lk II , V c: . Robert 11:. Sexton, wh o fonner ly li ved in U ni vers ity City, :M o., n o w re s ides at 13 77 Lakeland , La kewood i, Ohio. Cha rl es O. Ko ch is conn ect-ed with the i\lo r~ ­ sa n to C h em ica l Co m pa n y a t 1700 S. 2n d st reei . S t . L o ui s 4, 110. lIe lives at 7jIO Brun s w ic k. \ Vebs ter Gro ves 19, ?\f o. J. P. Dreste can be r eac h ee~ at t he Am eri can Tel e ph o n e a nd Telegraph Co. , 8 19 Te lephone B ldg-. , 10 10 P ill e s treet, St. L o ui s 1, i\1 0. )[ aj. A. A. Andreae s till c a ll s 1 7 Berkele)' Sq ., L os An g eles i, Ca li f. , a s hi s h o m e address. Ca rl ~.f. Zvant r es id es at 3642 H o r n, ~L\lt on . Illin o is. 'Roben S. D orsey of the D o r sey I n suran ce Agency ha s hi s bu sine ss at 203 Ea s t Park, Broo kfi e ld , "f o. Ka rl E. Krill n o w t'es ide s at 453 l-l igh lan d av e nu e, n o uld e r, Co lo. Erne st Sell is cnj oy ing a foO h o n vac a ti o n a :hi s h o me in Co lfax, \·Vi s., after co m p let in g h i.., wo rk in Taco ma, Wa sh. Ear l L . Smoot, after los in g tou c h with t h e sch 0 1 durillg the war yea r s, ha s again put in a p ap pearance. 1 [e is no w working in th e Cal cl1 la t io n D e part menr o f the Coo pe r -Be ssemer Co r p., Sft- o \ ' e r n o n , O hi o. l\1arvi n E. N evi n s Jr. wri tes that he r ec en t ly left his pos it io ll a s fo un dry s uperimenden f (l Alllpco "-,f eta l, I n c., in ?\'filwal1k ee, to fo rlll hi s O W Il bu s in e ss whi c h is kn o wn a s t he 'vVhit e wat e,Cen tr if uga l Ca s tin g Co . The p lant specia li zes i'l th e product io n o f a ll type s of b u shings, bear i·n g.s ~ ge:l. r s, et c., p ro du ced centrifuga ll y fro m an y no n· ferr o u s a ll o r. C hi e f o ut let s are th e railro a d, heavy machinery and food mac hin ery m a nufa c... tl1rer s. rll a postc ri pt Bob add s : UTa any i.\rit~ . e r ::; sendin g ill orders, a j % di sco unt w ill be a ll()\ved, w e've g o t to keep it in the fami ly! " nl ) b '~ ne w addre ss is 120i 1fain s treet, \ Vhit c-

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lo tte, Kall sa s C it y 4, 1\10. Ca pt. Th ol11a~ Anthol1 Y H ughe s v is it ed Lh e ca mpu s 0 11 Feb. 2 7 whi le 0 11 te rminal leave . '1' 0 111 e ntered th e arlll Y o n 1-[ ay 2, 19 42, th e day after hi s graduati o l1. I r is arm y ca reer ha s includ ed infantr y, topog- ra phi ca l mappiJlg blll"eaU , 16 1s t En g l'. S(ldll. o f th e Fir s t Ca lvary Divi s io n and the Airbor ne En g in ee r s. Th e la s t 7 m o nth s w e re spellt 0 11 Guam and Sa ipa n ill the En g in eer secti Oll o f th e \lV e s te r n P acific Ba se Co mm a nd of t he !\ Ia rianas. ]I: is h o m e addre ss is 907 Vl . 12th st ree t, Ro lla, M"o . J a m es R. N evi n Jr. and hi s w ife, the fo rm e r Ru th ll ul1t er, v is it ed t he cam pu s o n i\{ arch 2. Jam es ha s bee n di sc harged from m ilit a r y se r vice a nd i ~ at prese nt li v in g at J IO "E. Capitol, J eITer, so n Cit)·, 10. 1..1. r\rt hur If. Guern sey is st ati o ned at A s· se mbl y nnd Re pair D epartme n t B ox ] 2, U. S. Naval A ir Stat io Il , 1\li a mi , Fla . 11 is home add re s s is 5 J 66 V\'a te n na n , S 1. L o ui s 8, 1\10. I~ l. (jg-) \" ' illial11 n.. Ja me s send s hi s a lumni dues frOlll P ea rl 11arbo r. 11 is add ress is ElectrOll ies Office, Navy Y ard·Navy No. 128, c/o Fl eet 'P os t Office, Sa:1 Francisco, Calif. Robert "F. Winkle ha s cha n ged h is r esidence fr o m \"'eb sle r Groves, !\f o., to R o ute 3, B ox j 36, Ph oe ni x, Ari z. Lt. vVi lli a1ll 'J? McConnell ha s bee n se para ted fr o III the servic e a nd ha s 52 l Ch ur ch s tre e t, 1 [all11i bal, 1\( 0., fo r hi s h o me address . En s. Dani e l Kin d n o w has B ox 302, v\'a rren to n, ]\1 0., fo" hi s add ress, R o be rt .\ 1. Brackbill is wi th the Shell Oil Co . in th e P rodu ction Depanmell t in Tul s a, Okla. \I Paul lv\·. Kl oeris Jr. is n o \\' e mp loyed at Fall\ teel ·.\{ et allurgi ca l Co rporati o n at !':orth Chi cago, ] II. ] I is ho rn e addre ss is 506 N. Elmw ood , \V aukega n , 111. 1..1. Arthur G, Adl er is w ith "M o t o r Co ., lid . Re g t., 257 1 SCU, SC, F t. B elvo ir. Va. Hi s home address is 14253 Super io r Rd. , Cleveland If IS., Ohio. Ri chard L. Sc humach er is ill the U,S. Nava l Reserve , s tatio n ed in Bk s . G·1 2, US N Per. Sep. Ce n. Lido B each , Long I s lan d, N. Y. 401 Grant Ave., .1-1 igh la n d Park, N .J. , is hi s home addre ss. ., Lt. (jg) G ilb ert R. Shockley g ives 2004 Quiel J ~ne, S l. L o ui s 19, a s h is p r e sent add r e ss . "'\'iaj. G il ber t Naert ha s r e tur n ed to the States fr o m O s aka, Japall, a fter having spent 26 month s in th e P ac ific at'ea . Gi lbert wa s awa r ded the Bro n ze Star 'M edal fo r hi s se rvice w it h the Fifth Ait, Force . ] ris home addre ss is 3960 \V ilmin gtO ll ave nu e, St. Loui s 16, i\{ o . Ja y K. J o hn ston is liv in g at 5 103 U nderw ood ro ad, Baltim o re 12~ i\ld. Ja y writ es, s end ing' a s u bs ta n tial contr ibuti o n to th e cla ss o f '42 Ra\' 1 "M.em orial F u n d . Lt. Geo rge \Y, A x m ache r is s ti ll with Ih e USS Setin ur, AKA.4I, c/o Fl eet P ost Office , San Fran c isco, Ca lif. G eo rge is Il OW chief engi. neer and at the prese n t th e ship is gelling a n overha u l in Sa n Franc isco. I ro wever, he h o pe s th is n C.'(t trip, cargo dut y in th e Pacific, wi ll be hi s la s t fo r b y May he will have the ne cessary po int s fo r d ischarge. 1:I ark \,\ '. Beard ha s m o ved fr o III \ Veb ste r Groves, !\ l o., to 550 I Cass Ave., Del r o it 2, 11i c h. J o seph T. Karbosky is willl the Phillips P eu'o leu lll Co., c/ o Gen. Del. , Philt'i ch Dranch , Borger, T ex . '!Io wever, hi s home addre ss is lis ted a s 7 ]~ Illbr o id e r )' s tr eet, Sayrev ill e, Two o ther ~ [in e r s, Han s 'c hlll o ldt a n d LOlli s Gra ss '44 are a lso with Philli ps P etro le um Co. J oseph D. Schmitt is cO lln ected with the K o ppers Compa n y, In c., ill th e But sdiene Div is io n at i\( o na ce. P a. lIi s h o m e add ress is 2760 \'\ 'e s l Liberty aven u e, Pi tt s burgh, Pa. r ·Pau l C. N elson has m oved hi s re s idence fr o m 5t. Loui s, 110., to 808 \·Vood s treet , \\Tilkin sburg, Pa. LI. (j ,tr) R. A. Royer writ es fr o m Shangha i, China, that hi s add ress is n o w Navy 3930, c/ o Fleet P OSt Aice, Sa n F ranci sco, Ca lif. Ru sse ll Z. Hardin e ex,'-l 2 is II OW at 786 L ombard Slreet , Gales burg , ]1 1. "l i e p lan s to return 1O i\·{ S M fo r th e fall semes ter to co m plete hi s s tudie s . R ussell spe n t a lili le better than 4. veal' S ill th e army. lIe wa s a Firs t Se"gea llt in the fam o u s Fi r s t'D ivi s io n and saw a good d ea l o f fight il1 g- in Eu rope. L t. George P. Dahm wi ll be on termina l leave fro m t he army ul1t il :\f arch. Geo rge has

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Th o ma s R. Beveridge wa s t'elea sed fr o m the J oseph P. Berndt Jr. is a desig n eng ineer with the Ca rbid e a nd Carbon Chem ica ls Coq)., a rm y o n Oct. 27, 1945, and is li ving at 11 Ea s t Burlingto n, Iowa City, l a . lI e is e m p loyed by at South Cha rl eston, W . Va. R en e K. Rasmusse n n o w ha s 9834 T SU F ort the I o wa Geologica l Survey. Pv\'. Jlu g h M. Clark 4225623 1, is s tati o ned at Leonard \Vooel, fifo., fo r a n addr ess. Nor m an R. Underh ill is a mech a ni cal engiShe ppard Field , Tex ., hi s a ddr ess bein g Sqd n. n eer with the j\1 iss iss ippi G lass Company. I-I e 0, B arrack s 583, 3706th A A F B U ( B T C). ha s 17 Rid getop, St. Louis 17, Mo., fo r hi s '! fu gh' s permane n t m a ilin g address is 32 1 Oakle y address . la n e, K ir kwood 22, M o. Lt . R o be r t P. McMath 05 4505 is w ith the Edward Myers ha s b ee n di scharged fr om 7th I-Iq. Sp . Trps., E n g r. Corps, Cam p Bowie, military service and is with the Bridgepor t O il T ex. B o b wants h is A lumnu s t o keep coming. Co m pan y at Great Bend, Kan . l-li s perm anent mailing address is 615 Ne wpo r t H a r o ld V\r. Haas is with the Ph illips R e · ave nu e, vVeb ster Groves 19, 1vl o. sea rch L ab., B ox 968, Phillip s, Tex . Jo seph Sueme is now in the se t·vice . I-l is perCapt. Bra nd o n F. Ebeling wa s o n the ca m pu s ma n ent m ai lin g add r ess is 4832 Ca r te r avenue, on J a n. 16. Br an do n we nt overseas in Nove m St. L o ui s 15, 110. be r 1943 , goi n g into A ssam, India , a nd NorthCapt. D . N . Christense n writes f" o111 Yok oern Burm a . lIe ret urned in December 1945, hama, Japan , that hi s add r ess is 11 90th Engr. wea ri ng tw o battl e s ta r s repre sent in g the NorthBa se Depot, APO 5C3, c/ o Po s tma ster, San er n a nd t he Cenu'a l Bunna campa ig n s. I-Ie a lso Franci sco, Ca lif. wea r s the Bronze Sta r: IIi s battali o n took pa rt PVL vVilli a m G. Hoffmann is in the 3iO t h in the s iege o f 11yitk y in a, t he k ey to the Led o AAF J3 U , Squ ad U, Class 388, Keesler F ield, road, where two battali ons o f engineer s fought ?\1i ss. I-Tis s ervice number is 37820388 . the J apa nese infantry a nd wo n the battle. BranLt . Frederick R. M cKnight is n ow atte nding do n is no w o n ie rrnin a l leave a nd is m ak in g hi s the Univers ity o f Geneva, acco rdin g to wo rd rehome at i 14 J ackson stt-eet, St. Cha rl es, i\10. ce ived fr o m hi s m ot her. I-lis prese nt addre ss is ]-1 e was Illarried in Octo ber of 1942 to i\1i ss 0· 517227, U ni ve r sit y of Geneva , APO 164, c/ o ?\i( ari a n T-Iet t ich of S 1. C harles. S in ce v isitin g Po st mast er, New York, N.Y. I-l is ho me a ddre ss here in J an ua r y . Bra nd on has fo un d empl oy m e nt is Cherry St . r oad , Sprin gfie ld, M o . w ith the R ey no ld Mining Co. I-li s address is Sgt. \Va rren J. Wagert is in Berlin with the 104 C Rid ge r oad , Bauxite, Ark. U .S. Army of Occupation. f Ie expects t o be in R eed De Forest is a se r geant in the a n11 Y, that part o f the world fo r tw O or t hree more stat io n ed at Aberdeen, :M d. Hi s addre ss is B ox 111 0 nth s. I-l is present address is A SN 42 146693, 48 4, Ab erd een, Md. Co. H 3 10t h I nf., APO 78, c/o Postmaster , L I.. ( jg) Kenneth A. Roffman n is wi th the New Yo rk , N.Y. Warren 's permanent addre ss is Nava l Re search Labo r atorie s in \ Vas hin gto n, B ox 302, South Broadway, Red Hoo k, N .Y. a nd he is li ving at 4702 Nich o ls aven ue S. \"1 ., Lloyd C. Schumann is now o n leave frol11 the Wa shington 20, D.C. 1943 navy and he expect s hi s di scharge around the Robert V. Milton give s th e Aluminum C lub , fir s t o f 1-.1arch. Ll ovd ha s been in the servic e 22 Ne w Ken s in gto n, Pa. , a s hi s new address. m o nth s and in the Philippines s inc~ la st SeptemWilliam R. Anderson is with the army at 562 ber. I-li s ho me address is Box 377 , Ros iclar~, Ill. E n g-r. Bt. Maint. Bn ., 2nd ESB, Camp San Lui s Lt. Don M. We st 0-544303 is with Hq., 803 Obi spo, Calif. IIi s horne address is 216 No rt h Eng r. AVIl. Bn., APO is, c/ o P ostma s ter,' San Map le avenue, flan nib al, 1fo. Franci sco, Calif., accord in g to wo rd received l-Ie rb er t S. Kalish ha s been released fro m the from his wife. arm~' and is working fo r the Battelle :Memorial Lt. Orvi lle L. Meyer is a junior ass is tan t In st itut e, 505 King avenue, Columbu s, Ohio. engineer at the Regi o nal I-lealth Office with the Fra nci s 1-.1. Krill wa s induc t ed into the arm y Georgia Departmen t of Public I-Iealth, B ox 129, o n J a n. 1 i, acco rding to wo rd received from hi s Alban y, Ga. father. J-Ie is now stati o ned wi t h Battery B 54 Lt. Jack Burst vi s ited the campu s o n Jan. 14. AART-Bn ., F o rt Bli ss, Tex. Hi s home address Jack is still in the army, having returned from is 23 South Ta ylor, St. Loui s 8, 1-.1 0. o ver sea s in Augu st 1945. I-lis h o me is 38 18 Leonard 1L Larson has been di scharged fr o m L o ughb o r o ugh avenue, S t. Louis, :M o. milita r y servi ce an'd is living temporar il y at 13 Lt. (jg) Theodore R . Hadley vi s ited the cam· G reat Oak s, R o lla, 110. pu s o n Jan. 8. I-Ie is in the na vy a nd expect s to En s. \Villiam S. Gray Jr. ex pect s to be ho me be o u t of the ser vice b y next ~fay o r June. I-l is fr o m oversea s duty in another two month s. I-li s ho me address is 618 E. Maple, Columbu s, Kan . ho me address is 533 Sunny s ide aven ue, Web s ter Bill Klund is s tati o ned at the Naval Auxiliar y Station at Camp Kearn y, Cal if., 15 minu tes o ut G rov es, :M o .; hi s naval address is B ox-N.208, VR-ll, c/o F leet P os t Office, San Franci sco, o f San Diego. Bill is ope ration s officer fo r a Califo rni a. Grou nd ContTo l Approach U nit. BiW s wife ha s E arl E. Bierma nn is with the :M cDonnell r ecently bee n di scharged fr o m the \ VAVES and Aircraft Corporation at Lambert Field , R obert is now with him in San Diego at Ap t. 3, 2603 so n, 1\{ o., but he re sides a t 119 R oya l place, Thinl a ve nue, San Diego, Calif. While th ey we,'e Fergu so n 2 1, 1\fo. both in service, Bill mainta in s thev trave led \V a ld emar 11. Dressel repo rt s fr o m Midland , 23,000 miles keeping in contact with ~ach ot her. Tex., that ho u s ing faci liti e s are very tight in Lt. (jg) Ed E . Gygax write s fro m Le vt e Gu lf that section o f the co untq' . It 's n ot the sa lary lito keep the A lumnu s coming. " Ed will 'be ove r. now that at tra c t s employee s but what sort o f seas fo r a few m o re m o nth s. lIi s ship is o n a hou sing the company ha s to o ffer . Waldemar is ferry fun bet ween Sama t· and 1Ian il a. I-Ti s ad. with the Gu lf Oil Corp o rati o n, B ox 11 50, Middress is USS LCI (L) 454, c/o Fl eet Pos t Of. land, Tex . fice, San Franci sco, Calif. J o hn A. Reed Jr. is now a captai n in lI q. Co. ~ Fred J. Radavich rep o rts fr o m Aberdeen,1-.{d., where he is taking a cour se in the rep a ir of J4 12 E ngr. Ba se Depo t, APO 244, c/o P ost· ptical in strumen ts in th e Ordnance Schoo l ma ster, Sa n . Fran~i sco, Ca li f. Jack has bee.n ba sed o n Sa ' pan Since Sept ember o f 1944 . l It s t rough the court esy of the army, that he ha s ho me address is 909 S . Frem o nt , Springfield , seen several fo rmer ?\{ Slvl: s t ud ent-s, in c ludin g 1-[ank Ru s t ex-'45 , Reed DeFores t ' 42, wh o h as i\1issouri. LI. ( jg) !\{a x we ll L. Marlow vi s ited th e camju st j o ined the r a nk s o f brid egt'oo tll S, George pus o n F eb. 1. 11ax is on te rminal leave f" o111 Tato ian '44 and Pete ?\{u sho vic '42. milit ary ser v ice and is living at 206 Beauco u p Lt. J. T. Adams. who se home add t'e ss is 509 \V. 5th street, R o lla, Mo., is no w sta t io ned at s treet, PinckneY\' ille, III. E lm er F. Asch emeyer ha s m oved to 1{inne· Ca mp Bowie in T exa s at i th 11Q & J-IQ De t., so ta. 1-lis present addre ss is c/o G. P. Ol so n, S p. Trp s., 4 th Army. 602 S . Birch, Sa uk Centre, ?vfin n. Capt. Arthur L. Petersen Jr. rep o rt s that hi s Herman Pracht o f 1207 W. Broadway, Mar y. addre ss is s tili 0·5 17230, Co. B, 823 rd Engl'. vilIe, T e nn. , writes in, congratu lating the Alu mA nw Bn, APO 689, c/o P os tma ste t·, New Yo rk , nu s fo r brin.ging the a lu mni back to 11SM. N .Y. I-T is home address is 3 12 R oy a l ave nu e, Fe rg uson 2 1, ?\{ o . \Villi am D. K en t ha s accepted a positi o n with The Sa lt D o me Oil Corpo rati o n, located in the En s. W. S . Gray Jr . is s tatio ned at N AT S, :M ellie E s person Building, I-I o u sto n 2, T ex. Alameda, Ca lif. K. F. 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St. Lo uis, for th e pa st two years, is now in mi li · tary ser vice. lIi s addre ss is ASN 3iS 19S 66, St ud e n t Co. ASSR, Fort B elvo ir, Va. .M ichael A. Catanzaro ha s changed h is address fr om 5087 D uran t s treet to 507 l a Ru s kin ave nu e, S t. Loui s 15, M o. Clyde A . Durphy is expected home, 370 9 Gravo is a\/e nu e, St. L o ui s, :M o., fr om over sea s se rvice somet im e duri ng the earl y p art of February, accord in g to wO"d r eceived fr o m hi s mother. Lt. Dona ld S. Smith is sta tioned at pre sent at Camp S wift, T ex. I-lis h ome addre ss is Salem, n1isso uri . Lt. R aymond Finch is now loca ted a bou t s ixty mil es north of 1>fanila, accord in g to word "eceived from hi s m ot he r. Ra y m o nd is teach ing Die sel eng in es, heavy ea r th m ov ing eq uipm e nt a nd caterp illar t r acto r s a s he is n ow an in str uctor. I-I e ha s been ove r sea s s ince la st Augu s t. J-li s pre se n t address is 0- 111 9564, Engineer Schoo l AFWESPAS, A PO 74, c/ o Po st m a s ter, San Francisco , Ca lif. Iren e Davis is now with t h e Vict o r Chemica l Compa n y a nd she r esid es at 11 37 E m era ld Ave., Chicago Heights, I ll. Cla rence A. Lambelet vis ited th e campu s o n J a n. 3. Cl are nce is being di scharged from t h e nava l se r vice and p lan s to enr o ll o n Jan. 8 for a 1{aster o f Sc ie nce degre e in Ceramic engi n ee ring . J-l is h o m e a ddr ess is Cuba, !vI o. L t. J o hn A. Ma zzoni write s from Vo.' ies b ade n , Germa n y, that hi s addr ess is 0872554, Hq. EA TS, APO 63 3, c/o P ostmaster, New York, N .Y. J o hnn y is sending a contribution to t he Cla ss o f '42 :M emo rial Fund and sugge sts that a n angemen ts migh t be mad e to ho n o r 11iners fr om all the cla sse s other than J o hnn y Ra y l's cla ss. He mentio ned particula I"i y Keith Radcliffe ' 43 a s a n o utstanding exampl e of a fine boy' d eservin g to be included in the mem o rial. J o hn I-I . Olson who has been wi t h the Amer· ica n 1{ ag nes ium Company in Cleveland , Ohi o, ~ has accepted a po s itio n a s r esearch metallurg ist with t he Aluminum Research L ab orator ie s in 1\Tew Ken s in gton, Pa. I-le is living at 1210 V ic· to ria avenue in New Ken s ingto n, P a . Jame s G. Henderson ha s been di scharged fro m the army and is at pre sent v isit in g hi s fam· il y in R e fo rma i7 , Apt. 2 10, Mexico DFJ l\fex. L t. Wesley J. Dolginoff is in A n sbach, Ger. many, hi s addre ss being Det. E-203, Co . C, 3rd MG Reg-t. , APO 403, c/o Postmaster, Ne w York, N .Y. Wesley wr ites that he is anxiou s to get ho me and look s fo rward t o receivin~ the Alumnu s and keeping in touch with hi s fo rme r sch oolmates. Lt. \Valter Ru sse ll '39 is in hi s detach ment and Capt. H o ward Durham '43 is execu t ive officer o f the 28 1st Engin eers s tat ioned at 1-.{unich. The three of them get to get her o nce in awhi le. Bruce Landis is recuperating from illness incurred in mi litary service and is living at 3825 E. 62 nd s treet, Kan sa s City , 1-.fo. Lt. (jg) Richard K ent Comann v is ited the V cam pu s on Feb . 26 wh il e o n terminal leave, " Ri ch ard entered t he nav y in July 1943, spent 14 m on th s over sea s, and he get s hi s r elea se in April, he h o pes. I-Ie wa s s tatio ned in the Ad miraltie s and the Philippines ( Clarke F ield) with p-B-4·Y- 2 HPrivateer" o n patro l bo mbing as "adar counter mea sures. Before enteri n g the nav y Ri cha rd wa s empl oyed by t he R epu blio Maint. & Mfg. Co., Baux ite, Ark. H is h o m e address is 1315 Big Bend r oad , Ri ch mand fleight s, ?vli sso uri. Lt. 1Iatthew J. Kerper h as a ne w mili tary a ddre ss. It is 0·544299, 1289 Engl'. (c) Bn, APO is, c/o P ostma ster, Sa n Franci sco, Ca lif. J oseph J. Lowrey is still in Ho t Sp r ings, Ark., but no w he res id es at 523 West Grand. V ic tor II. Zoller write s fr om the U .S. Naval Ammu ni ti on Depot, Shumaker, Ark., that within a mo nth he wil l be di scharged fr o m the n avy. Then he w il l be emp loyed b y The Chicago Corpo r at ion ( Oi l and Ga s Divi s io n) , dea lin g m os tly with s ub~s urfa ce wo rk . Vi c's addr ess will b e c/ o The Ch icago Co rpo rat io n, 209 Ardi s Bu il din g , Shrevepo rt, L a .

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Page 18 FH ON , J30x 10, c/o Fle el PO st Office, San F ran c isco, Ca lif. Bill' s h o m e address is .1 4 15 Birr ave nu e, P ar:o:o!l s , Ka1l. Lt. ( jg) J. :Ri c hard H a n s e n WI"ll eS fr o 11l Adak, A la::::; \..:a, t hat th e A lumllu s ha s fo ll o w ed him eve r yw her e, ju st lik e a faithful d o g . 'I'he art ic le by Dr. Kell y 0 11 rada r w a s m os t intere s tin g to h im as th ai is hi s bu s in e ss in the nav y . 1-1 1s a d d l 'e!-'~ is P A'rSU -1 -5, F A \V 4, c/o ]:;' leet P ost O filc e, Sa il Fran c isco, Ca lif. \V an-en Helber g , fo rm e rl y a LL (jg) in th e na vy, ha :" beeJl di sc harged alld is li ving a t hi s ho m e a t 53 22 "i\'l o tlltt ave nu e, St. L o ui s 12, M o . Ell S . vVilii am I l e nr ), Dragoset is with t h e US S Barctla, c/o -Fleet P o s t Offic e, S an Fra n c isco , Ca lif. I l is home ad ciT' css is 24 Demare s t av e nu e , Ave n e l, N.J . T O ll1 B. G e ttys ha s 86 'vVa shin g t o n str eet, E a ~ t O r aJ1ge, N.J., fo r hi s addr ess . P ete Mush ovi c is H O W o u t o f t he se rv ice a nd ha~ 33 5 D ee r fie ld s treet, Gre e nlie ld, "lvta ss., a s h i.s a ddr ess. Dall J. Stokes o f 2933 J30 lld a ve nu e, Ea s t S I. L o u i!', ] 11. , writes that he en jo y s r eading" th e A I L1 111nU ~ a l\d h ope s that th e s tand a rd o f th e A IUJl1IIU S will be uph e ld. Ralph Edwa rd N ue ll e v is ited the ca mpu ~ th e latte r part o f Februar y . Ralph w a s wi th ~{c­ Q uay-N o rri s in the 1Ia v ~r d i vis io l1. "II e wa s p r od u c t e n g in ee r o n t he V T Radi o Prox imit y Fuz e fro ll l JUli e, 194-1- until Sep temb e r 194;). l li s ilc rlll anen t h o m e addre ss i:-; -1-949 Dev o n s h ir e, ~L Loui s 9, 1\1:0. En s. R oge r D. Moeller i ~ 0 11 the USS L ea ry ( ' JI) 879) , c/o Fl eet P OS t Office, Sa n l~ ran ci s ­ C L', Cal if. H owever, hi s h o m e addr e ss i s S3 S I' "VI . 47 s tr eet, Ok lahoma C ity, Ok la. Vv il li s ]-1". Clark ex- ' -I--I- is n o \v a Cadet In Co . A -2 , \" 'e sl Po in t, Ne w Y o rk, acc o rd in g t o h is L. thc r, II. S mi th Clad. . ' I S. Cha rl e s A. Dick n o w ha s 40 -1- \Va illut Street. P a ri .: =., T e nn ., fo r hi s add r ess , AS T 3/ c R o b e rt \,V es ley Jami son is St3-'- o ll ed at Fl eet Ai r Recla ss ifi ca ti o n Ce nt e r , Cor, ..lad o :H e ight s r\nnex ~ Sa n Diego 35, Ca lif. Hi s I (li ne address is 50 -1- B r illi o n avellue, Diva n , J II. Lt. George fJ. Wagn er ex- ·-I-4 is livill g at l OS E a .: =. t 14th s t r eet, A u ::; t in, T e x . Geo rge Tatoian is in the army with C o . D 1st -fR. A S FTC, Aberdee n, Al d., a s hi s addre ss . L o ui s A. Ha rtco rn , A e r !\tt 2/ c, write s ihat he enjo y s eve r y iss u e o f the A lum nu s. L o ui s is o n o Ul y in the Pacific but is h o pin g to b e o u t. by A p ril. }-l is home addre ss is 32 ?-.1aill · Sireet , C ha tham. l"~ . Y. LI. 'v\", J. Goodwin ex -' -I-4 is s tat io ned ai }'on D e lvo ir, Va . B ill had hoped t o secur e a di sc la r·ge and r e s ume hi s ed u ct io n with t h e begin, !- lllg o f t h e s p rin g semes te r but lI OW fee ls th at it ",,· ill probably be Sep tl.:ll1be l· befo re he can r et urn. A t F o rt Belv o ir he ha s s ee n Capt. J o hn C. Sh ill · idg '43, Lt. R o b e rt L. Ehrlich ' 43, L t. Cha rl e::D , Ge ige r '4 3, LL Art hu,· G. Ad le r ' -1- 2, and Sgt. D Olla ld W. Fr oTllmer '4-1. Sgt. Geo rge J. Mill e r ex-'44 is with th e Ellgi. ,eer Sect io n , I-l q . 7th Arm y, \Ne s ter n ~1 ili tar~ · D istr ic t, APO 758, c/o P o st ma ste r, N e w Y o rk : !~ .Y. l] is h o m e a ddr ess is 30 2 1 N . J effe r so n :..v enue, S t. L o u is 7, ·M o. Ri c hard S. Mateer is wo rkin g fo r hi s ma ste l-' s deg r ee a t ca.rTl egie J n st it u te o f T ech n o logy . :Hi s "tdch'e ss is B ox 37 4, Pitt s burg h , F a . Philip :M. Damf is se r vi n g in th e Pacifi c " iJo ard th e USS LCI ( L ) 10 10, acco rdin g 10 1..'o rd r ece ived b v hi s wife. I-li s h o m e addre ss is 170-l .\ V e s t 1\iai ,; , Jeff er son C iiY, M o . Sgt. D o n a ld Vv. F ro mm er, 17106270 , is ill T[q. Co. ASFTC, B ld g. N. J. 18, F o r t Belv o ir, a ., acconlin g to wo rd r ece ived fr o m hi ::- wife, .0o n ald · s pre se n t h o m e ad cll-e ss is 1399 1 Free· la n d. Detro it 27, l\{i ch . R ic hard F. Piasecki v is ite d t h e campu s 0 11 F e b. 7. D ick is wi th th e E ll iott Co tllpal1\' at ~re a ll ette , Pa. Hi s "h o m e addre ss is 28 -l 9 '(o wa ~r r eel, G I-anite C ii y , ·11 1. J o hn J oseph M c Car t hy v is it ed th e ca m pu s Oil .Ya u. 22 . J oh n is ill th e na vy a n d is leav in g fo r lp e \Ve s t C o a st fo r a ss ig nm ent to a radar unit of t"'h e n avy a s a ll airborne e lect ro ni c techn ic ian. I li s home addr ess is 50 67 1\!1 in e rv a, Sr. Lnui s, !\f o . D . K. Ko ze ni n o w has B ox 112, N o b le, O hi o, [(,r h is add,· ess. Edwi n A . Zwa ld is s t ill w ith t he U ili o n Pro.,

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cluc in g Co mpan y bu t h e ha s b ee n t ra n s fe rr ed fr OI11 M c A llen to Beevi lle, T ex . 11 is addr ess is Box ill, B eev ill e, T ex. Linco ln A. Sanders n ow live s at J 1 24 ~ 'vVe st 4 5r h st r ee t, L o s A n ge les , Calii. Ri c h a rd E . Wampl e r ha s a s h is add ress Jack s b o r o Pike, c/ o Jame s A . !\l u rri a ll , Kn ox· v ill e . T e nn . 194 5 Fred \·V . Schmitz n o w r es ide s at 160S So uth Center St reet , T e rr e ] I aU l"e, Jnd. Jam es E . Wylie ex -'4 S w rit e s fr o m Y o k os u ka , J a pan ( T o kyo Bay) that th e dir ec t o ry at th e e lld o f eac h A lum n u s he lped him locate fri end s in the T o ky o area . J-re s t ill h a s h ope s o f r e i urn iug t o th e ca mpu s fo r hi s degre e. Jim' s addr e ss i, ( £1'1\1 3/ c) USS De lta (AR -9) RE Divi s io ll , c/ o F leet P o st Offi cc, S ail J?ran c isco, Ca li f. S / Sgl. R o bert L. Whi te ex -'-l 5 writ es f'·o lll I<(lizull i, Jap a n , that he is w it h the 9 7th Divi s io n ;It that pla ce . The y went thr o ugh France, Gerllla n y , Czech os lova kia and wer e in Pil se n w hen th e wa r e nded . After 30 cla y s o f furl o u g h in th e U nited State s, Bo b 's Divi s io n wa s se n t to J apa n to init-iate th e occ up;ni o n o f Jap aTl . At the pres e n t t im e th e ir job in th e Engineer s is [ 0 main tain r o ad s and bri dge s a nd keep t.h e m a in suppl y ruute s o nen too a ll u ll it·s o f t h e Div isio '; . B o b w ri t es t};at Capt. David P. lIal e ' 34 wa s co rl1pa n y cO lllmander o f a COtl1l Ja n y in their battal io n u n i il he left fo r th e St at es so me week ~ ag o . Dob is pl .: tTlllin g to r et"u rn to J\l S1-f in the fall. F. v\". Schm it z ~ s living a t 1608 S . Cell ter S t. , Terre Haut c, I n d. Fred 'write s tha t he ha sn't see ll rn a n y :M in e,·s , and he is h o ping that tho se o f th e 'c la ss o f :45 wh o d idn 't ge t t o fi ni sh w ill b e back in schoo l s'oo n aft e r the war is ove r, and whe n they are, h e is co min g d o wn fo r a vi sit. R o bert K . Seig le n o w re s id es a t 18 1\l aple d rive, G reat Neck , L o n g I s land , N . Y . R o bert E . Mur ray is connected with the La c· lede Ga s and Ligh t Compa ny in S I. L o ui s . J-Ti s add r e ss is 270 1 So . 13th s tt·eer, St . L o ui s, 1\10 , J ames 1\L M c Keln ey ha s d ec ided to enter t he G,·aduate Sch oo l o f Wa s hin gto n U niv c r s it y in SI. L o ui s . Tr o s hOllle addrc ss is 70 19 Wa s h in g to n. U ni ver s ity C it y, 1to _

R o b e r t F . Schm idt writ es fr o m 4401 A-lar. Queue, FL 'vVay n e, Ind. , t h at he is in c har ge o f the ph ys ica l m eta llurgy lab o ra to r y a t t h e J o slYIl M.fg. & S u pp ly Co., maker s o f s tai nl ess s tee ls . B ob e nj oy s hi s wo rk very mu ch and p la n s to go in t o sa le s engi n ee rin g sh o n ly. Bernard J. Sparlin ha s moved fr o m i\l o rg an. l OWlI , Wes t Va., a nd is n o w liv in g" at 2 18 St rat fo ,·d av e nu e, E . Libert y, Pa . ·[\0[ '- 5 . A m)' G. W est wa s o n the ca mpu s on a bri ef va ca tion o n i\1a r ch 1. A m y is emp lo yed b y Ge n e ral E lect r ic in P itt s field , ·M a ss ., a nd is ji villg at 26 TI u e l s u·eet, Pitt s field, Ma ss. H e r hu sba n d, Do n \-Ves i. '43 wh o is n o w ove r sea s, is expected h o m e duri n g the s umm e r, Robert :F. Schm idt is with the Stai nl ess S tee l ·M i ll at F o rt vVa y n e, In d., a nd wri te s th a t he e nj oys hi s wo r k ver y mu ch. PF C Halph Goorevi c h ex· '45 ha s ("Marin es) Ca s ua l Company , Tran s ien t Ce n ter, 1\'lariana s a r ea , FMF-PAC, c/o F leet P OS t Office, San Fra n c isco, Calif., fo r hi s addr ess . n is h o m e add r e ss i.., 74 Brun s wi c k B lvd. , Buffa lo 8. N.Y, L eo n Eriv is w it h the 7t h Co ., 3"d S TR, Ft. Den nin g, Ga. J 946 Arthu r R. M ee n e n is n o w li vin g at 6 12 n o ll y Hill s, St. Lou is, M o , Ya s ll y u k i K uwamoto wriles fr o m 737 E a st s treet, Fresn o , Ca lif. , that h e plan s tn p ur sue h is g-radllat e sl udi es at the U niv e '-s it y o f Cali fo rni a , Berke ley , Ca li f. S / Sg t. H ar o ld J. Dodge ex- ' 46 wh o se ho m e addre ss is 2 12 G le n r o ad , \Ve b s te r Gr oves 19 . ?\1 0 ., is n o w s tat io ned in ja p an. lIe writes that the A lutllllu S ha s fo u n d hi m in Ge r many a nd in Ja pan and is c o nvin ced tah t th e A lullln~ s rea ll v g et s aro und. Hi s p r esent mili ta r y adell-e ss i~<; A SN 37607017, oe. ;o L, " 303 rd Jnf. . APO 44; , c /o P os tma s t e r, Sa n Franci sco, Ca lif. 1947 R o b e r t Appe lbaum \v ill be marri ed t h is s p r in g t o Jan e C ece lia R obe'r i s o f A lm a, 1\'f i ch . B o b. befo r e se rvin g.1 Vz years in the Arm y A i,- F or ces , atte nd ed the U n iver s ity o f ?\{i ssou l-i. A t the pre se nt ti m e . n o b is co nt inuin g hi s stu di es here o n the campu s.

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Jalll e=- v\ -ilbllr Ai t tama , 378 Yz Algo ma B lvd .. O shk osh , Wi s. T ed v\·. Ba ll ard. u l1 kn o wn. 'frll bert S . Barger, B ox 35 2, Centra lia, Jl1. C la,-e n ce Law so n Baumann. 65 18 Ban m er :\\'e ., U ni \'e'~s i ty ' C ity l-l . ".\1 0. J o hn Ga rr e tt Beach, -1- 03 Kin g A ve. , COIUlll b ll s 1, Onio . R a lph Arthu r Bcckman. u nkno \\·tl. J o hn D un can Berwick Jr. , 130 1 R ocl ge ,'s Ave ., All o ll , Il l. Ph il ip Bla zovic JL, S/ Sg l. 39 92-1777, Hq. B t ry, 749 F .A . Bn. c /o P i\1. , S a n San Franci s· co , Ca li f. Re s id e n ce, 1 2 -l ~ N o rth 3rd s \r ee t, Al buqu e rque , N . ?\'t cx . j\1ax Bolots ky, Jr. ?\f ew llurg is t, \o\'a[ e rt OWIl Ar s ena l, V\i aten o WIl , "M a ss . l\oJ o rri s Boorky, 45 S. F lagg s tr ee t, v\· o r c he s· te l' 2, i\{a ss . C ha rl e s E lb e rt Boul so n , 60 -1- \-\ .. "" a s hin g t o ll , 'If ar sh field, M o . LI . (jg) G lenn E ld o n Brand , U,S. Nava l H osp ita l, Ca mp White, O,'e. Ri chard Crow Brandt. 224 N . E lli s s treet, Cape Gi ra rd eau, ?\fo. 'J Lt. Vv' illi am R o b ert Branno c k, 0-55595 8-737 ~Ry. 01' . Bu" Det. No. I , APO 660 c/ o P i\{ , Sa n Frallci sco, Cal if.

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317 S. D e tr o it avenue, Tul s a, Ok la . Geo rge Am o n P esc hk e, 2623 "Vilma, \'V ichita 9, Ka nsa s. Vincen t P eter Picco, 73 10 Ethel Ave., Ri ch· 111 0 nd H eight s 17. ·M o. Phili p I[ ale Pipkin, Vinevil le Cou r t Ap ts., C·4, M aco n, Ga . X. G eo rge Ott O Pitts . \,V arrenton , 1\1 0. Ed ga r Freder ick Pohlmann, Bad e n Stati o n, R o ut e 3, St. L o ui s Co unt y, ?'I{o . J o hn R ockwell PO St, 14 60 Hubbard, Ch icago, Illino is. \,\ ' illiam R o bin so n R ea, unkn o wn. J o hn Leo nard Reed, B ox 3746, Ode ssa, Tex. 'I... A lmo n Eri e Rhod es, 1<1 Sun set Rid ge, Li t tl eto n. Colo. F eter Paul Ribotto, 107 Barnum St., I s hp em . in g, 1v(i ch. vVilbert Andrew Roarig, unkn o wn. Laul'e nce Albert Roe, 3060 Dev o n Rd., Co l· u m bus 8, Ohi o. X Jal11 es Rob e r t Ru n ya n, No. 6 S taff ]T o use S.O . \1\1., Lawl-ence, R a n. Vern o n Arthur Sander, 6 159 S uburban Ave., Sl. L o ui s 14, M o. Irvin Edward Sha n fe ld, 7359 Co lga t e Ave., U niver s ilY Cit y 5, -~r o . K erm it Allen Siegri s t, :"f ead ville, ?'I1 0. L eroy Ern es t Smith , l 'o ledo Edi so n Co ., T o ledo, Ohi o . J o hn P elham Soult, Fruin-Co ln o n COlltracti n g Co ., S t. L o ui s, ?'Ilo. J ohn Victor Spalding, 3774 Nonillgham , T-I o u ston 5, 'I'ex. . R o bert. 1o..f a ri o n Stewart, l\1eadville, 10.1 0. "Villiam Lewi s Sullivan Jr., 210 N . O ld Orchard Ave., \V eb s te r Groves 19, Mo. Fred Newton T ay lor, 623 E. Cheny , Cu s hin g, Oklah o ma . Capt. A lbert Lloyd T etl ey, Co. D , 40th En· g r s., APO 758 c/ o PM, New York, N.Y . F orrest Th o m as Trou t n er, 3429 A sheville St., hilade lphia 26, Pa. . Kenneth l-Ierbert Tucke tt, The Engin eerin g 1& Devel o pment Co., 53 West Jack so n B lvd., Chicago 4, III. I-Jan y Tushma n, 93 Penn ave nue, \V o r Ce Stel·, n1assachu sett s. Ignatiu s Jame s Ulak, 310 New Y o rk avenue, Newa rk , N. J. Willard C. Vanderg uff, No r th Wash ing ton & Color ad o avenue, Fa rmi ngton, M:o . Carl F . Von W e hrd e n, 5328C G lad sto ne PI. , t . Loui s 2 1, 110. Kenneth Leroy Wadli n, 41 1 Algonquin Rd ., ·Hampton, Va. Wade David W aters, YMCA, Alton, Ill. \ V illi a m }f. Webb, 11 5 N . Leeds ave nu e, E ld on , M o . 1{ax Laverne Yeater, 112 Cuthbert, Scotia 2, New YOI-k . Ru ssell Loui s Yun g bluth, 5328a Glad sto ne, No nn andy 2 1, ?\fo_

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493rd B o mb Gp. ( wg) , APO 559, c/o PM , New York, N.Y. R esid ence, 1005 North J e ffer so n , Spr in g field , 1\11 0. Lt. .Ri c hard vVarre n Burnett, 245 th B ·U AAF, McCook, Ne b. Re s idence, 69 10 Plat ea u, St. Lo ui s, ?'I[o . Rubl e Ernes t Burns, 520 N. 1vli c hi g an Ave., R oo m 1300, Chicago 11, 11 1. Vern o n K. Burrows, Freemont, 10.10 . Sid n ey Cap lovitz, 8520 T hi rd avenue, N{)rth B erge n, N. J. K enn et h R o be r t Carpenter, R o ut e ], Kimlll s wick N( o \":a lte,: J a m es Carr Jr. , ,,,Westi n gh o u se E lectric & ?'I{fg. 0 ., E. Pi tts burgh, Pa. Je nn in gs Bryan Carver Jr., unkn ow ll. Paul Q. Cha9ma n, mi ss in g in 2ct io ll. George Lloyd Cnedsey, unkn ow n. 'vVilli a 11l IIar ri so n Collier Jr ., unkn o wn. J osenh i\i(arvin Coon, unkn o wn. Carl lJayde n Cotterill, Box A -303, DU llla s, "'T ex a s_ Clyd e L o rr a in Cowan Jr. , 680 -1- Na sh vi ll e '" ave nu e, S1". L o ui s, l\10. Ver n o n Nib lack Cox, 'c/o Grapevine Coal Co., i\.[ a di so llv ill e, K y. vVillialll Dex ter Danforth, de cea sed . "'J o hn D o nald D eery, B ox 647, Om ar, \\' . \ · a. P o well . nhur De nn ie, 1307 State st r ee t, R o lla, M o. Benjamin Arthur Denni s Jr. , 855 S. Pi ckw ick, Springfie ld, ·M o . \Villi am C. Dickmann, ki ll ed in actio n. J a lll es Boyd Donahue, 6203 L ot u s aven ue, SI. Loui s 20, M o . Ll. (j g) Paul Th o ma s D owlin g, 11 9 l~ i che l · be r ge r ave nu e, S 1". L o ui s 11, "l\1 0. J oseph H e n r y Egy, Safety Grindin g W hee l & :M ach ine Co., Spr in g field, Ohi o. Ear l Sa mp so ll Eikman, unknown. Jack A m sden Emery, Bradley l\1inin g Co ., "l\fr. Diablo i\1:ill e, Clayt o n, Calif. Jam es Orin Ferrell, Box 687, G r ay, \.vest Va . Roy An to n Fl esc hn er, 7059 \ Villona aven ue, S t. L o ui s, Mo. Richard Ja ll,e::. rollowiB, 604- \'V est 7th Streel , . R o ll a, M o. George Edward Fort, c/ o Sta n o lind Oil e' Gas Co ., Hackberry, La. La u re l Bert ice Frye, 1648 N. Alabama St. , Indianapoli s, Ind. :M ilton K . Gee, 36 18 Ve n tura avenue, Fresno, Cal ifo rnia. Thoma s Juni o r Griffeth, 3227 St. l\1ar y's Ave., l-Iannibal , :M o . Ru ssell Alexander G und, 11 44 Park wood B lvd., Schenectady 5, N. Y . Charles E ugene Hall, 3 18 S . F o u rth s tr ee t , Pekin, Ill. R a lph D. Hall, unknown. Robert Walker Ha n es, unk n ow n. Hub er t All en Hayde n, 111 0 E. 9th, Win f,eld, Kan sas. R aymond Peter Hell ing, R _R. 4, Box 57 E, SI. L o ui s 17, M o. ·Hubert Charle s Heinicke, 4656 Broadvie w roa d, Clevela n d 9, Ohio. \V arren Otto Heinicke, 5507 L o ui siana, St. L o ui s, ~1 o. Edward \ ,V illi am Heiss, B ox 1543, S. S. Station, Springfie ld , Mo. Leo n a rd E. Henso n, 629 N. 25th St., Ea s l St. L oui s, Ill. Seba stian L ea nd er Herti in g, B razne ll Ink Co., 2227 Walnut s tt·eet, St. L ou is 3, M o. Al oys iu s R . Herzog, R o ute 1, B ox 5, Ste. Genev ieve, M.o . Lawre n ce R a lph H in ke n, 824 S. Slh str ee t, La Grange, fll. J oseph L o ui s Hoffman, wa l- casua lty. Lee R oy J oh nso n Jr. , 1\i in e La 1fo tl e Co rp., Fa r mingt o n, 10.1 0. H erbert George Kamper, 56 11 l\[i m ika, St"L o u is 20, M o. I-To ward 1\1. Kat z Jr. , 12 N_ Sem in o le, B ra in- V ird, Chattanoo ga, T enn. '" \-\"illi am Fra n k Kaufman, 7 131 Cant er b ury ave nue, ?\faplewood 17 , "1\10. Ralph E. Kelley Jr. , p la n t engineer, U . S . GYPS UIll Co., Genoa, Oh io. Th o ma s \ Va llace K ell y, k ill ed in action. A lb en Law s Kidwell, U.S . Geo log ical S ur· "-... ve y, Ro ll a , !\{ o. A ll an J a m es Ki esier , 6320 N. Clal-e11l o nt Ave.,

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J oel Fran k Loverid ge , J OOS Grandview Dr., I,-i r kwoocl 22, 1vf o . J oh n D. M cCle ndon. USS Ac hill es, c / o F leet Po st OCnce, Sa il Fran c isco , Ca lif. Rolland W es ley M cFa rland , 228 N. 22 nd Sl., Qll ill Cy, l1l. F erdi na nd G eo r ge Ma c hmer, 2 743 Keo kuk , St. L 0 ui s, 1\ 1 0 . Dav id IJ o wa rd Ma c h ey, c/ o S imond s Saw &. Stee l C o ., L ockport, N . Y . J oh n S mu cke r Markley, 100 Academy Ave ., P il ts b ur g h 16, Pa. Be (Ho n ] l ugh es Martin, 3448 Ea s t 62 nd S t., K a n £.i a s C it y 4, ·M o . Ll. J o hn Wil li a m Metcalf. USN R, M o to r Poo l Li o n 9, Navy No . 3923, c/o FPO , S ail J? ranc isco, Ca lif. Ed ga r S t o n e Miller Jr., 2 19 S h e rman Ave., Gl en Ri dge, N .J. G eo r ge L es ter Mit sc h, ·M et. Li t hium C o ., II I Sylva n ave nu e, Ne wark, N.J . A rt hur Paul ,Morga n, Shattuck , Okla. Geo r ge Bak ewell Munroe Jr. , 34 5 Ea st Arg on n e, Kirkw ood 22, ·M o . "I van ?vfarti n Niedling , 19 S. Pacific , Cap e Girardeau , i\{ o . Eugen e L o u is Ol cott, \.y o rk s Lab. , Ge n eral I ~ l ec tri c Co mp a n y , Schen ectady, N . Y . J oh n J o seph O'N e ill Jr. , 72 1 R oy a l s t r eet, A lton, TIl. Cl ar elt ce C hil cl s Palmer, 800 "'-Te rman B ld g ., 20 ·\ Travi s s treet, I-I o u stO n 2, T ex . G e rald A r th ur Pari sh, 635 So . Co ur t s tre et, Pla tt esv ill e, vV is . L es lie 1\ f. Payne. 3rd a nd V ir g illia , .Eureka, r..l is!'C" uri. S id ney AU !' t in P eer, 'Tr e n t on P o tte ri es Co ., T l en tOIl , N.T. Ern e st L e H.oy P e rry , 7 j 5 S. vVa sh in g t o ll B ldg .. C-2, Apt. II , A lexand ri a, Va. E lmer II e nr y P ete rs , SSS4 T o we ll ave nu e, SI. L o ui s 15, Al o . Daw so ll C raig P inn ey, l3 os wo r th, 1\1'0 . Capl. Th eodore J. NL Planje, c/o ]-T. C. K e lt· ln g . J 13 B ates, S t. L Olli S, M o . Charle ~ ![ erbe r t Plen ge- Wa s hburn. Ce n o d e Pa..:;co Co rp., Oroya, Pel'u, S .A. Robert Pre s to n Powell, u n k n o wn. 1. . 1. Fra n k lit1 D. Pri e be, CO. A, 858t h E t1 g r. AVII. Bn, A PO 6 72, c/o P " n'1 , Ne w York, N. ·Y. M a j. J ose ph "Edward Raka s ka s J1·., 9 R ed · wo od aven u e , Pater so n , N .J. J oh n Fra n klin R ee d. J 16 C h es tn u t Streel, H rid ge port 4, Co nll. "R o b ert P e r ~ hill g Ridley. B ox 827, E I Ca m po, T ex a s. L YIlIl J ack so l1 R iege . \ 645 Ea s t 85t h Str eet, Chicago 17, rll. Vcrn 0 1l \,\ ' . Riek e. unkn o wll. Edward C larke Romi n e. J 2 18 So u ih A s h St., C<-l ~pe r, v\·yo. /" Capt. Co lin G ra llt Ro se . 8 th Aircraft l\{ aint e llance U nit ( F lo;nin g) , USS Co l. P e rc iva l E. G a b e l, APO 246, Sa n Fra n c isco, Ca lif. Capt. P a ul Fred er ic k Ro ss . 0.388430, 2 AF , I q., Co lo ra d o S prin g s , Co lo. R es ide nce, 3229 13 1'0"' 11 s tr ee t, Alt o n, ] II. \ Vill ia l11 Arthur Ro ss, 5838 P e r s hin g ave nu c. Sr. Loui s 12 , fi f o . Al ex Rubin, ull k l1 o \\"ll.

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E dward Ludwi ck Rueff, 5863 l\faple ave nu e , S t. L o ui s , i\{ o . Jam cs F o rre s t. Ru s hin g , 104 S o . E lm s tre et, R o lla, M o . A u g u s t R o nald Schaller Jr ., R o ll a, i\i o . l"I c l: m a n B oyce Schmid. 40 10 2 1st s tree t N .E. , Was h in gton 18, D.C. Ralph E dward Schrader, unkn o wn. Lewi s :Ed ga r Sears, 404 E, Wea st reet, Pao la , Ka ns a s . Everctt. Wa lt e r S h arp, 827 N . C alh o un , 1\l e xic o , 1\1 0 . Ro b e rt S pe n ce r Smith, 305 Cra ft o n ave n u e, Pi.l man, "N .}. ......./ \'Vi ll iam J ose ph Smothers, 1802 T hornpson ~ve nu e , L a fayette, Lnd. J ose ph Edw ard Spafford, 45 4 i\1a in s treet, Apr . 6, Bethleh e m , P a. :F ra izc r i\1 cVal e Stewart. St.anoli nc1 Oil & Gas Co., B ox 40, Cap se r , \Nyo. Raymon d S tall ley Stewart, 7742 So u th Shore D riv e, Chicago 49, 1 II. A lvi n Er n es t Straub, C itie s Se rvi ce Oil Co., :S ox 19 I , Scm in o le, Ok la. l "'had deu s Sta ni s la u s Stojeba. 19 12a Ea st Obea r ave nu e, S t . L o ui s, 1\1 0 . Herb e rt D . Sturges , 7S U ni o n a ve nu e, Littl e Fall s, N .J. Cha r les Paul Sturgi s, 3 11 So u th Va nd eve n ter st r ect. K e nll eU, 1'.1 0 . Ilu ev Summers, Pl easa nt Plai n , Ohi o . T h u;' I1l <:t ll 1\if oo r e Thome s , 505 1\ . Beck wit h, 1\,1a lden, 1\'f o . Ed g ar C . Thomp son, '] 607 R o ckfo rd av e nu e, S eneca, TIL Ja c k E u ge n <; Tiede, B ox 1 75, Billill g s , i\10. l)eWilt o ll 13. Timberman. Y M. CA , }\I t o n , Til. l':: ll1l e r E. Trautwein, c /o E lli oti Co mpan y, J ean e lle, Pa. ArmiJ1 J o hn Tucker, 1400 E . i\{abel s t r ee t, Tu cso n, Ariz. i\{aj. No rman P c rc y Tucker, 245 th TIU S qdn. A, AAF, McCook, Ne b. R e sid e n ce, 1206 Elm s t ree t, R o lla , M o . Arthur Edward Twiehaus, 11 30 \·V. 7th St. , l;ary, In cl. Vern o n l'. llll er Un ger, 564 4 1\{il e nt z ave nu e . S,- Lou is 9 , M o . S/Sgt. Ge r a ld Edward Wallace, 790t h Eng. P e t. D is i. Co., APO 562, c / o PM , New Y o rk. Cha rl e s Ca rr o ll Ward, 1500 North P in e, R o lla , M o . Arth ur Weber Jl". , 1396 E. 25t h, Tul sa, Ok la. Ca pt. John Frallk Welch J r., 1882 En g l". Av . E n. , Gree nv ill e Army Air Ha se, G r ~ e ll v ill e, S .C. J o hn IT e nr y Werner. un know n. Ch arl e s C arl eto n White, unkn o wn. L l. F . '1-1u g h Wil son, 0·85 70 80, J 5t h Weath e r Sqcin., AP O 922, c /o P1\I( , Sa il Fra ll c isco, Ca li f. J a m es C urr y Wil so n, 6 18 B o urb o n s tree t, Il ar lall , Ky. Il c lIr y 'M illin g t o n Wolpers, 12 15 I 'o r est lan c, .Po plar Bluff, 7\10 . V.'illiam Phi li p Youn g . 2659 E. 74th s tre e t, Chicago , [ II. David Ferdinand Boltz, 'M S, chemi s tr y departmen t , Purd u e U n ivers ity, L afayette , Incl. Pete r Simond s, ]v( S, 1966 I I a ro s treet, VanCQuve 1', B. C . \!Villia1l1 Arth ur Ender so n , i\{ S, 330 1 S mith , Apt. 3, ] fOll s t o n 6, T ex . 194 1 \,\ 'as hi ll gt o ll Adam s, 7 14 ThIrd av e n u e N.E., \\ ' a scca, }"fi lln. Alfred \V illi a m All e n, 1. 11 5 V·.,! . G ree n s treet, Cham pai g n , Ill. 'I \·Villia;'l Ca rl Ai s meyer, 7260 Na tura l Brid f!"e 'l~ ad, No rma ll d y, "ivf o . Ell S. Geo rg e Ambro se, 68 NC B , C o . C, Camp Pa rk s, Ca li f. Andrea s Art.hur Andreae. 17 B e r ke ley S qu a re, Lo s A ll ge les 7, Ca lif. C apt. Nor m an Nathan Baker, Sqc! lI . E , 463 rd Ai\. F J) U, Geige r :Field, S po kan e . \Va s ll. Robert. E li Baker . 135 Gree l1 ave nu e, King ston , N.Y. Virgi l O S C;II" Becker, R ou te 3, Box 285 , Bad e n S tat io n , l\f o . 1 SeY Il1 0 u r Jam e s Beer s, l~i chvi ll e, N.Y, \"' a y " e J o hll Be nn etse n/ 206 El mi ra s t reet, \ ·\"1-a s hingl OIl, D. C. A ndr e w Baxt er Bla c k, c/o Ce rr o de P a sco, Oroz3, P er u. NO l'ln311 Dee B l air, 1203 ] 131lli l ro n ave n ue,

S t. L o ui s, i\{ o . IT e rmann Fr a n z Bott c her, 107 J ac k so n A ve .. N o rth Pl a infi e ld, N .J. Paul J o se ph Bourchier. 4 17a 19 t h S I., Am ioch , Ca lif. L t. ( jg) vVi ll iam I Turll Bourne, U nd e rw ater Dem o li tio n T eam 8, c/o FPO , Sa n Franc isco, Cali fo rni a . C liffo rd J\·lath c r Boutin, 206 W est 5t h , Coffey. v ill e, K a n. 1\ f a r ti ll Earn ey Bowman, unknown. vVill is Ea r se m a n Bowman, 7334 Carleton ave nu e, S t. L o ui s, 1\{ n . R o b e rt K c lso Boyd, N . Siate St. . R o ll a, i\J u. Eugen e Ph e mi s te r Boyt, un k n own . R o b e r t R ay m o nd Brook s hire, 3332a \ -i sla aven ue, Sl. Loui s 4, M o. C le m e nt II". Brow n. mi ss in g in act io ll. Arthur vVill;am Brune, 392 1a P e nn sy lva lJi a, St. L o ui s, 1\1 0. Ll. Fred Fra nk Burg ett. A S F , R S 7, r t. She 1'id an, Jil. F e rnand o Bu s u eg o y Santiag o, u nk now n . Cap!. Edmund Ri ch ard But c h. Staff & Faculty, En g r. Schoo l, D ept. o f En g r., Office Bl dg. V ·37, F o r t Bel vo ir, Va. Bren d o n rat ri ck Carmody. 24 D e law are Av c., Ce n tra l P a r k, P e nn s Gr ove, N .}. S tephe n i\1" an in Clancy, 2.i Pi o n ee r s tr eet , C oo pers to wn, N.Y. Charle s Fred e ri ck Clark son, 3802 SI . . \ !In· !') lane , No rmand y, i\f o . Andrew Aaro n Cochran, 370 1 \V ood rl ve nu e, Kan s a s C it y , Kan. C liA'o rc! A. Cor n eau, un k n n w ll. Geo r ge R o b e rt Couch, M.ag n es iu1ll "R educt io n Co ., Luckey, Oh io. \tV illi al11 E . Crocket t, 122 1 J3 ;:I.1-b e r SI., L ittle H.ock, A r k. Dona ld Geo rge Creceliu s, 102 B oo n e II ill , Oak Ridge, T e nn. \,ya rr e n R ob e r t Dan son. Ini ssin g in a c t in n . R o b e r t FredeT'ic k David s o n, 30 Edgew ood Park Ca iro ] II S:mu e l 1~h o ;lJa s Delpopolo, 435 C o illmbu s, Dunkirk, N.Y . Ru ss ell E . DeWitt, R o anoke, 1\[0. Ra y m o nd Geo rge Dietiker. unkn o wn. Jam es Sayer Dodge Jr. , unkn o wn . ~[ athew Steve Domjanovich, Stan o lind Oil Co ., New o ka , Okla. J e r o m e Philip Dre s te, Am e ri can T e le ph o n e & T e leg raph Co. , 8 I 9 Te le ph o n c Bld g ., 10 I 0 Pin e s t :'eet, St. L o ui s 1, ·M o. J oh n 1 lo irn es Dunn, 48 N. 9S th S l. , B e ll evi ll e, TIl. J ose ph Thadd e u s Du sza., ] [ arbi so Tl · \Va lker R e fra c l o l·ies Co ., S ili ca Bri ck Pla n t, E.. Ch icag(" Illin o is. l:' loyd R o llan d E lliott, 282 1 J 0wa, G rani te Cit,·. III. Paul Si dn ey Elliott, CO. A, 342 11d :I 11 f., . \ P O 450 , c / o P i.\if, Sa n Fra nc isco . Ca li f. J oh n R ay m o nd Enoch s, 8 11 5 L yd ia, K a l1 sas Cit y 5, ~>[ o . D o n a ld I Te rb en Falking ham, Unkll (I \\,II. Edward Ca rl t o n Farrell. B ox 67 , R o ut e 5, i\ 1a l vcr n. Ark. Ca p t. · A lbe rt B arrett Farry, ] Iq . AA F, Orn ce of A ss l. Chie f o f Ai r Staff, M ateria l Di,' . I\J & S ·En g r . Bn., \" 'a shin gto n , D .C. Ar mi n F. Fi c k, 4406 C lare n ce, 51. L ou is . 1\1" 0.-:f R obc l-t Edward F ield s. c/o Atl a n tic R efi nin g Co. , B ox 1792, Od essa, T ex . Ca pt. Fred \·Vi Jlial11 Finl ey, 11 08 l' f ai u s tr ce t, R o lla, M o. 'M er rill i\[ o lin e Fran c is, ll o ll cye F a ll . :; . N.Y, J o h n \ V illi s Gardn e r IT , 84 l E. i\t o un tai n St., Pa s ad e n a 6, Ca lif. S ieglllund T heod r e Gay e r, c /o Franklin C lub, 25 ?\1:ain s treet, Frank lill , N. }. Ado lph Ar m or Ge bhardt. unkn own . ] Towa rd Th o lll<l. s Gibbon s, 9027 Ea ge r roa d , Ri ch m Ol1d :IJ eigh t s J 7, i\{ o. ~t arv in C. Gri s ham. p lant e n gi ne e r. U. S , GY P ~ ul1l Co" Sf)U th ard , Okla. Ald e n Gerock Ha c k er, 1\1 Ea s l 4 th s tr ect, CO Tln e r s vi li e. r ne!. J a ne Charl o tt e Hall , 5 C lin t0 1l st rcet, Cambridg-e 39, M<l. ss . C lyd e K CTllle th Hanyen, 288 1 i\1. ;lin s tr ee t, llri dg-epo n 6. Cf"l nll. K e nn c t h La\Tc nl e Hardin e Jr. , P u b lic \.\fo rk s Depart men t, N<l. val Air S t a ti o n, No rfo lk 11 , Va. R es id e n ce , 786 L o mb ard, Ga le sbu rg. III.

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