Herbert Fullerton Dickson '22, of New Canaan, Conn, died of pneumonia last Saturday, December 7, at Louisville, Kentucky. He was about to be released from the O. T. C. at Camp Zachary Taylor, when he was suddenly taken ill. Dickson graduated from Milton Academy in 1917, and, after working a year out West, came here last fall and enlisted temporarily in the S. A. T. C. and was soon ordered to Camp Zachary Taylor. He was among the first, if not the first, of the class of 1922 to die in the service of his country.
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