John Dudley Love '19.
Word has just been received of the death of Sergeant John Dudley Love '19, in France. No date or details were reported. He was the 17th member of the Class of 1919 to be killed in the war.
Love left College in the fall of 1917 to enlist in the Marine Corps, and was sent to Paris Island for his training. In April, 1918, he was made a corporal, and was promoted to sergeant in August. At the battle of Blanc Mont Ridge in the Champagne Sector, early in October, Love was severely wounded. It is believed that Love's death was the result of these wounds, or that he returned to duty and was killed at Sedan.