Excerpt from Brown Alumni Monthly, Vol. 43: October, 1942
Sgt. Norman B. Dodge left Ft. Devens, Mass., in late August to report for special training at the Adjutant General's Officer Candidate School, Ft. Washington, Md. Norman was the Providence Journal's re' porter at Devens, and he did a grand job with his weekly column. His last column was a fine summary of the story of Devens and the new army as he watched it develop from January, 1941. He was too modest to tell of his new assignment, but his editor did in a neat foreword to the last column (aug.
Lt. Harry Goldberg has been on duty at the Station Dispensary, Albrook Field, Panama Canal Zone.
Howard C. Olsen is teaching Latin, his' tory, public speaking this academic year at St. Andrew's School, Barrington.
Irving Canner, writing early in the sum: mer from 153 Milk St., Boston, where he is with Atlantic Management Trust, said he was still engaged in the not altogether happy pastime of keeping tenants happy as manager of properties - both residential and business owned by a Boston bank and by our office. He had been unable to qualify for a commission in the armed forces, he added, because of eyesight, but was anticipating another opportunity to get into it.
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