George W. Blake, a member of the class of 1955, enlisted in the
Marine Corps in August 1943. He fought in the Pacific Theatre
on Saipan, Tinan, and Okinawa, and performed occupation duty in
Nagasaki before his discharge in March 1946.
One result of these experiences: became a pacifist, i.e.,
thoroughly anti national tribal fratricide, whose mad frolics
[illegible] an historical redundancy which continues, devoid
of the slightest suggestion of ever stopping.