The SCROLL of Phi Delta Theta for March, 1943
located campus of University of
Notre Dame. a E. ADAMS,
'43; C. BENBOW, North Carolina '38;
C. DUERSON, Kentucky
'40; C. C. DADANT,
'41; A. DAVIS, Rollins-Dartmouth
'37; HERRICK, Minnesota
E. HESTER, Wabash
'38; E. HICKEY,
sota '41; A. Ohio State '39; A LER, Washington '42; E. Dartmouth '43;
G. LONG, Southern Methodist
'42; S. G. I KELSON, Washington
'41; C. G. SMITH, North-
'42; A. WILLIAMS, Dartmouth
DALE WARREN PEARCE, Lawrence
Alabama Polytechnic Institute '39; C. A. QUINN,
(St: Louis) '38; RAVEN,
M,I.T. '43; a E. WEHRUNG, Purdue '38.
At School they will be trained in seamanship, navigation a ordnance, a otherwise
drilled a instructed in duties of a officer
in U. S. Navy. four-month course
is successfully completed at of May,
1943, they will commissioned ensigns a
assigned to active duty at sea or shore stations.
School is command ot Capt.
Missing in action
WARREN -PEARCE, Lawrence
'45; G. C. A I
'16, is a Special Services Officer stationed a Fort
officially listed as "missing in action" in
Custer, Michigan. I a recent letter to Executive
African theater of war. has been missing
Secretary Beam accompanying his a a dues.
since a a 31, according to word received by
Brother writes: ". Yes, many Phis
his parents from a Department. Brother
Pearce was a excellent student during are doing their i a we meet occasionally.
we learn we a 'Brothers in Bond'
full year spent a Lawrence College before
there is always a 'something' which springs
enlisting, a was a devoted a enthusiastic
that makes us fedl closer together a we were
member of Wisconsin Beta chapter. Prior to
entering Lawrence i preparatory work at
Shattuck Military Academy, Faribault, Minn. His
A GARDNER MILES, Kentucky
home is in South Dakota.
been listed by a a as a prisoner
SEVEN I a stationed a U. S. Naval
of war in a of Japanese. A the
Reserve Aviation Base, Wold-Chamberlin Airtime of his capture was duty in
port, Minneapolis, Minn. are: ENSIGN Philippines.
ERT I I A Minnesota
'39'; CADET FRANK i
'43; CADET A EDWARD
'38; CADET I I A AUSTIN
EDWARD HOOVER, Minnesota
ERT WATSON, Minnesota
'36; a ENSIGN
ROBERT JAMES ARMSTRONG, Indiana
'20, has ar-
rived with 47 other workers in England to assist
the Cross staffs serving rapidly growing
U. S. a overseas. is listed as a a
A CARLETON ROBINSON, Gettysburg
for past eight years pastor of St. Paul's
Church, Spring Grove, Pa., has been granted
leave of absence to enter Navy as chaplain.
has reported to training school a Norfolk.
TWENTY-TWO MEMBERS of Ae have entered
the U. S. Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School
now a prisoner of Japanese Government, according to word received by his mother, Mrs.
E. Seattle, a Mrs.
writes a Brother a served as
A a to General Douglas MacArthur, a
a "they a been greatly thrilled to see his
picture in a news reel Review of Year on
Captain brother, Lieut. Burke
'40, is with S.
A Forces in New Guinea.
NoRBERT ANTHONY HECKER, Lawrence
commissioned a second i a in S.
Army graduation from Officers' a i i
School a Fort Sill, Okla., a 4. i a
Hecker is in Field Artillery, a is stationed a a Butner, N.C. is a of
Gerard Hecker, Lawrence '36.