Wally (Mac) McAnulty played football at State, and was at Pearl Harbor when the Japanese attacked.
March 4, 1942 Somewhere on Oahu Dear Doc Post, […] You really missed something over here Doc. It was really something the seventh of December. I’ll tell you it was just the same as waiting for a kick off. Your old stomach was just as tight as it could be but when the first gun was fired, boom, it was gone and you were figuring (“figgering”) how to run one through tackle. I must admit it was something like our game in ’39 against Compton, but there will come a day and soon I hope. I have been acting as an officer since a week before the war and have high hope of making it in the not too far future. No kidding Doc I’m a changed man. I have been studying pretty hard since I’ve been in the Army and I have my math, as applied to Anti Air Craft Gunnery, down fairly well. […] Well Doc I hope you can see it to forgive me as I did “goof” off something awful. […] Aloha Wally (Mac) McAnulty
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