VOL. IX NO. 2
NOVEMBER and DECEMBER
ALUMNI NEWS LETTER
ENTRANCE TO O'HARRA MEMORIAL BUILDING � ADMINISTRATION, MUSEUM, LIBRARY OF THE SCHOOL OF MINES � SOUTH DAKOTA'S INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Dedicated to the memory of Dr. C. C. O'Harra, September 4, 1942
"It might well be that these four lines might be inscribed on the plaque which bears his name, * * * :
"For whatever men may say in blindness,
And in spite of the fancies of youth,
There is nothing so kingly as kindness,
And nothing so royal as truth.
"The men who have gone out from this school to far places, as well as those who remained at home to carry on, have carried with them some of his spirit and have been fortified by his inspiration, so that it is nothing but truth to say that in the lives of these men, now scattered over this land from sea to sea, and even over the far-flung Andes, the soul of O'Harra goes marching on."
�DR. R. J. JACKSON. (Text of address on Page 4.)