McCarthy, Arthur, Ft. Rosecrans, Cal.
McCarthy, Luke, F. A.
McClellan, Ellard, Engineers Corps, A. E. F.
McCoy, Maj. Edward, A. E. F.
McCarville, John, Acad. '18, $T. S. R.
McDevitt, Raymond, Camp Dodge.
McDorman, W. P., Com. '12.
Smith, Edward, F. A., Camp Dodge.
Spexarth, Sergt. Francis J., Com. '09, Ammunition Corps.
Stapleton, Chas. D., Camp Dodge.
Stapleton, Thomas, Engineers Corps, A. E. F.
Suhr, August, S. A. T. C, University of Iowa.
Sweeney, Timothy, A. E.…
Rec. Frank M. Nugent Rev. Joseph P. Coughlin
Two of the prminent Alumni who died during the year
Davenport Diocese felt the ravages of the Spanish Influenza epidemic severely in the death of two able and worthy priests.…
The Very Rev. James W. Gillespie, V. P., P. R„ holds the distinction of being the
first and only Alumnus of St. Ambrose to become a Dean of the Diocese of Davenport.
A graduate of the Collegiate Department in 1896, he was ordained to the…
THE Holidays of 1918 witnessed the ordination of five former
students of St. Ambrose to the sacred priesthood. These
zealous young priests, Rev. Lawrence Murphy, '15; Rev.
James Welch, '15; Rev. Edward Neuzil, '15; Rev. Chas. Van
Waus, '15; Rev.…
William Hughes, a member of the Academic Class of 1917, who was
with us for so long, and for a few months was First Prefect of Discipline,
left during the Winter months to join the Congregation of the Passion.
For a short time he was at the…
Many of the Academic graduates and College undergraduates were
members of the Students Army Training Corps, during the Autumn months
of 1918. Among these were Ralph Coxinne, James Skelly and Leo
Mahoney, Academics, '18, at Notre Dame University;…
Leo "Tam" Donohoe, who left college in the late winter or 1018 to enter
army, visited his Alma Mater this year. He saw real service overseas
and was both wounded and gassed. He participated in the great battles
of the Argonne Forest and St.…
Windehne Miller, Academic '16, has
been in real warfare as may be seen from
the following extract from his letter: "I
spent an even six months and twenty days
or two hundred days in the trenches, and
will have been in France one year, April 6,
tain. Captain Jones served for a time as lieutenant, as he was in the army
almost from the start, and his good fortune came as welcome news to his
many friends and admirers at the old school.
Edmund O'Donnell, Academic '18, is at home at Lee*…