Dickinson Alumnus, February 1949

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Dr. Paul R. Burkholder (class of 1924), a scientist at Yale, discovered a new antibiotic (Chloromycetin) by examining soil from Venezuela.
  • Fortune magazine named Joel Claster (class of 1914), president of Luria Brothers and Co., as a "Key Man in Metal Salvage Industry."
  • Dr. Albert L. Demaree (class of 1923) developed new courses for Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (NROTC) units at Dartmouth College and other institutions.
  • Rev. Everett F. Hallock (class of 1930) was appointed Superintendent of the Newark District of Newark Conference of the Methodist Church.
  • Dickinsonians held all of the judge and prosecutor positions in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.
  • Rev. Dr. Frederick B. Harris (class of 1909) was elected as Chaplin of the United States Senate.