The SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for January,
chapter adviser for the Pennsylvania Zeta chapter for several years.
CHARLES LUTHER EBY, Gettysburg' '33, Carlisle,
Pa., high school coach and teacher, has received
a commission as lieutenant (j.g.) in the U. S. Navy.
been recommissioned a captain in the Army and
has reported for duty. Captain Bailey first saw
service on the Mexican border, after which he
served in World War I. He was president of the
Memphis Alumni club of 4>A6 at the time of
ENSIGN HERBERT KUMNICK AMES, Miami '34, was
among seven officers commended for their skill,
courage, and devotion to duty in charge pf
armed guard crews aboard merchant vessels, according to recent announcement by the Navy.
Ensign Ames, formerly identified with the attorney general's office, stood among the top four in
his graduating class from the Armed Guard
School in Chicago, and although he was given
the alternative of transferring to legal work for
the navy, he preferred to stay with the armed
guard service on merchant ships.
JOHN FRANCIS GAIN, JR., Union '35, is now lo-
LIEUT. RAY SHIVE EARHART, Ohio Wesleyan '39,
is in the service ot his
country "somewhere in
north Africa," according
to a letter from his father,
Charles Maxwell Earhart,
Ohio Wesleyan '01. His
address is: 0-453522, Co.
A, 41st Arm'd Inf., 2nd
Arm'd Div., A.P.O. No.
252, c/o Postmaster, New
Brother Earhart writes:
"My son was inducted at
Ft. Thomas, Ky., on his
birthday,. June 28, 1941.
He was transferred to
Fort Knox where he took
Course, graduating in
February with the rank of
2nd lieutenant. He was
then assigned to Fort
Benning, where he spent
much of the summer, and then after participating
in maneuvers in the Carolinas and special drilling
at Fort Bragg, Norfolk Base, and Fort Pickett,
he embarked in the middle of October for north
cated at Fort Jackson, S.C. On Novembei: he
MAJOR JAMES WELLS, Northwestern '23, is combecame a corporal technician. Brother Gain enlisted in the army June 2, 1942, and was as- manding officer of the fifty-first training battalion
at Camp Robinson, Ark. Prior to this assignsigned to the 33rd General Hospital, organized in
ment, he served at Camp Benning, Ga., and
Albany, N.Y., and activated July 15. A period of
Camp Roberts, San Miguel, Calif.
training at Fort Eustis, Va., preceded his present
RAYMOND NEIL MILLICAN, DePauw '39, a West
Point graduate, is a Captain in the Field Artillery, U. S. Army. He is a son of the late George
Raymond Millican, Purdue '09, and a son-inlaw of Bentley Young, Kentucky '16, president
ROY DEXTER TYLER, Case '98, is serving in the
Headquarters Office of the Boston Ordnance District of the War Department. For several years
past Brother Tyler has been sales manager for
the Modine Manufacturing company, in charge
of its New York office.
The five Phis pictured above -were at the Marine
Base at Quantico, Virginia, together, and received
commissions as lieutenants at the same time. They
are, left to right: Abe Leonard, Ohio Wesleyan; Bill
Main, Colgate; George Roeder, Pennsylvania; and
David Miller, Idaho.
Colonel of the 166th Field Artillery, was last
reported in command of Camp Shellsy. Brother
Wallace is a member of the firm of Wallace
Warner of Philadelphia, architects and builders,
and was president of the business when he entered the service. Many of the fine homes in the
suburban residential sections along the Main
Line were designed and built by his firm.
MAJOR RAYMOND SMITH
U. S. Army, is stationed at Fort Shelby, Miss.