won the national collegiate slalom championship
MAJOR GENERAL EDWARD P. KING, Georgia '03,
has been awarded the Oak Leaf Cluster "for ex- at Sun Valley in 1940 and 1941.
ceptionally meritorious service" in the defense
JOHN COSGROVE, JR., Penn State '38, has been
of the Philippines. This decoration is an addipromoted to second lieutenant. South African
tion to the Distinguished Service Medal, which
he already had. award was made in ab- Engineers of the Imperial Army. He was a
mining engineer in the gold fields of South
sentia; no word has been received from the GenAfrica when he enlisted in the British army two
eral since the fall of Bataan.
and a half years ago. Lieutenant Cosgrove is
the son of Brother John C. Cosgrove, Penn State
JOHN EARLE JARDINE, JR., California '23, is a
'05, Johnstown, Pa., President of Gamma ProvCaptain in the U. S. Coast Artillery Corps, on
duty in coast defense in Southern California. He
is on leave for the duration from the William
STUART CARLISLE JONES, Purdue '40, following
R. Staats Co., investment brokers, where he was his graduation from the Naval Academy, Annaphead of the municipal department.
olis, was commissioned an Ensign and has been
in active service continuously since. He is at
CAPTAIN KENNETH DAVID MCKENZIE, Washington
present on duty in the Pacific area and has
'27, U. S. Anny, is stationed with our forces in
recently been promoted to the rank of LieuLondon. In a letter to Seattle relatives he re- tenant, j.g. He can be addressed care of the
ports that "the work is just as hard in England
Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif.
as it is in the U.S.A."
GLENN GOULD, Brown
'40, has successfully
completed his advanced aircraft carrier flight
training at the Miami Naval Air Station and
commissioned an ensign in the Naval Air Corps
has been commissioned an ensign in the U. S.
after receiving his wings recently at Miami, Fla.
Navy. Brother Gould, whose home is in Pelham,
Brother Constantine prepared for Brown at
Dean Academy and left college last year to be- N.Y., entered the Navy after graduation from
Brown. He received his training at Jacksoncome a Naval aviation cadet. He has now been
ville, Fla., and was selected for special instrucr
transferred to Jacksonville, Fla.
tion in takeoffs and landings from aircraft carriers. He leaves soon for active service with the
OLNEY WALTON HILL, Vermont 'a6, has been
commissioned a lieutenant in the U. S. Navy and
is stationed at the Great Lakes Station. Brother
Hill, prior to his enlistment, was manager for
the Union Central Life Insurance Co. at Burlington, Vt. and was serving his third term as an
alderman of that city.
SPERO CONSTANTINE, Brown
'43, has been
WARREN RUSSELL CAMPBELL, Brown '21, has been
commissioned a Lieutenant, senior grade in the
U. S. Navy, and has entered upon active duty.
For the past eight years Brother Campbell has
been the competent Chapter Adviser for Rhode
Island Alpha. His duties as Adviser have been
taken over by Brother Walter Gates Ensign,
LiEirr. RODMAN HOUSER, U.CL.A. '29, is in ad-
ministrative charge of a chain of naval radio stations through Alaska and the Aleutians; his
headquarters are at Fairbanks. He has had frequent brushes with the Japanese while on flying
inspection tours of the stations in the far Aleutians.
LIEUT. CARL HENRY NEU, Washington
'41, U. S.
Army Air Corps, has been assigned to the Baer
Air Base, Fort Wayne, Ind. Brother Nau is a
nationally known figure in ski having
GLENN L'HOMMEDIEU GOULD, Brown '40