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James J. LaRussa Y2/c
C. B. M. A. 597
c/o F. P. O.
San Francisco, Calif.
2 June 1944

Bryant Service Club
c/o Bryant College
Providence 6
Rhode Island. U. S. A.

Somewhere in the Hawaiian Islands

Dear Bryant Service Club:

Moving around, as I have been doing these past few months, have kept me fairly busy--that is why I haven't been able to write. I know Mr. Naylor wouldn't approve of one of his students starting a letter with an aplogy, but this is an exception, so please accept my apologies for not writing to you sooner.

I seems that when we Bryant students, who are in the service, want something they turn to their Alma Mater. If it is possible I would like very much to receive the college newspaper. I haven't received the last 4 issues and if convenient I would like to obtain them.

No doubt Miss Blaney has her hands filled these days, as there must be triple the amount of fellas in the service, who attended Bryant.

Give my regards to Ray Appleby, Mr. Richards and Mr. Vinal, and don't forget Mack and Sully.

Best wishes to all--

Jim LaRussa Y2/c

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