Preceding the name of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. on the list of those entering the Class of 1937, stands that of Cornelius Van Schaack Roosevelt, his cousin, and son of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. Both graduated from the same class at Groton. Other sons of prominent men in the class are: Gaspar G. Bacon, Jr., whose father is Lieutenant - Governor of Massachusetts; Bruce Bliven, Jr., son of the president and editor of the New Republic; and O. R. Cohen, Jr., whose father is the author of many negro stories and a contributor to the Saturday Evening Post. R. H. Gardiner, a relative of the former governor of Maine, William Tudor Gardiner, and Walter Hines Page II, a relation of the former ambassador, are also entering this year.
SONS OF PROMINENT MEN ENROLLED IN CLASS OF '37
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