Dickinson Alumnus, May 1943

Selected Highlights from this Issue: 
  • Sergeant David E. Hepford (class of 1937) was killed instantly by a car when crossing the street to his home in Progress, Pennsylvania.
  • Ensign Donald E. Austin (class of 1938), who had been missing since the battle of the Java Sea, was found to be a prisoner of war in Japan. Lieutenant John F. Campbell (class of 1941) was reported missing after a airplane flight in North Africa.
  • Dickinson made a number of adjustments in order to host the 32nd College Training Detachment, Army Air Forces.
  • Roscoe O. Bonisteel (class of 1912) donated the letter in which the Board of Trustees urged Charles Nisbet to accept the Presidency in 1794.
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