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INSTRUCTORS cont'd. Korges, Richard J. Polhemus, Merle P. *D* Kramer, R.S. Pollard Hubert *D* Krieger, Marvin Pool, Grant J. Prince, Charles A. LaFont, Justin Radcliffe, Dale Lamb, David B. Ramsey, William R. Landry, D.L. Reavis, Kermit LaRue, Lt. William H. Rinehart, Jack W. Larson, Dorf Roberson, H.L. Lavender, Guy Rowe, Clarke H. LeDoux, Leslie E. Rudolph, L.V. *D* Lowell, Arvin H. "Pappy" *D* Ramsey, Wm. R. Lowery, Bill Rumsey, S.A. Lutz, Keith W. Ryan, A.L. "Pappy" Malone, John C. St. Peter, Chester L Marsh D. Saunders, A.E. Marsh, D.E. Scepansky, Joe Marshall, Fred D. Schaeffer, N.E. Martin, Charles Schliep, Richard Martin, O.A. *D* Scott, Curtis C. Mayer, Charles A. Seagrist, Bert McAllister, Glenn Shanor, L.C. McClain, Glen Simamus, R.L. McElyea, L.K. Simms, Ray McLandress, D.H. Singleton, Mr. Medlicot, E.L. *D* Slocum, A.C. Meisch, Jack *D* Smith, Donald G. Merchant, Ted Smith, James R. Miller, Glenn Smith, Zig Mitchell, Logue Sopher, Doug Moore, A.T. Spear, Clay *D* Moore, W.F. "Bill" Stanfield, C.J. Morey, Edwin H. Steed, Billy Morgan, Kenneth E. Stolz, Raymond C. Morsecheck, M.G. Suitor, Roy Murray, Julius Summers, Robert L. Swanner, R.F. Naftzger, Nelson J.R. Tabor, Wilfred Nesper, Fred Tate, I.D. Nettles, Harry C. Tischler, William F. Newman, R.O. Torkelson, R.E. Norman, W.S. Trager, Nathan Allen O'Keefe, John Tucker, J.R. Oldham, Gip Turner, W.H. Olson, Robert E. Van Lue, J.F. Pace, J.C.,Jr. Verhle, Frank Palmer Judson L. Vickers, James J. Palmer, R.R. Parker, Eules Wade, Bill Parker, Wiley *D* Wanamaker, George *D* Parry, Mr. Ward, Paul D. Peeples, Mr. Ward, Sam C. Perigo, Frank Ward, W.C. "Bill" Petersen, Fred "Pete" Williams, Albin O. Pinkard, Harl W. Williams, Ted R. Pinkson, Sid Wildman, Marvin I. Plew, W.R. Willingham, K.V. 120
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