The Flag will wave over the School all summer and until the war is won. Registrations for what appears will be a record semester June 1.
Photo by Bob McNeil, Freshman.
LOYAL FRIENDS OF MINES GIVE 28 SCHOLARSHIPS
Eleven Awarded to High School Seniors; Gifts Total Over $2,000
This is a �28* " picture � each star represents one scholarship. Eleven of the scholarships have been awarded to high school seniors, and other awards will be made at commencement from funds provided by these loyal friends of the Mines who gave a total of $2,215. Our hats are off to them � each one of them. Their gifts are a fine tribute to one of South Dakota's fine schools. Because of their interest a number of boys will be starting a worth-while life of service.
The following gave scholarships, one for each star:
** HOMER SURBECK, '24, with Hughes, Hubbard and Ewing, New York City, $140.
* ROBERT E. DRISCOLL, President First National Bank of the Black Hills, Rapid City, $70.
* C. J. BURNSIDE, '24, Manager Radio Division "Westinghouse Electric Company, $70.
* CARL QUARNBERG, President Tri-State Milling Company, Rapid City, $70.
* MRS. GEORGE BENNETT, Ex. '90, Rapid City, $70.
* J. B. FRENCH, General Manager Black Hills Power and Light Company, Rapid City, $70.
* CHARLES BENNETT, Ex. '22, '22, Manager Harney Hotel Company, Rapid City, $70. '
* J. V. N. DORR, Hon. '40, President of The Dorr Company, $100.
** JOHN OLIVER LA GORGE, Hon. '35, Vice President, National Geographic Society, $100.
** ALLAN J. CLARK, Hon. '40, Chief Metallurgist, Homestake Mining Company, Lead, $100.
** WOMAN'S AUXILIARY TO THE AIMME, $600.
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ALUMNI NEWS LETTER OF THE SOUTH DAKOTA STATE SCHOOL OF MINES
SOUTH DAKOTA'S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA, MAY, 1942