Many thanks to the readers who did so much heavy lifting in the comment section to help us understand more about the memorial plaques I wrote about yesterday. I don’t always have enough time to run things down and it means a lot to me that you care enough to lend a hand. In this case especially I don’t want these people and their stories to get lost again.
Commenter Bill Visinsky points to the Thresher article dated November 1, 1916 that describes the sad circumstances of Goss’s death. Here’s that piece:
There are a couple clues in here that are worth running down and I will do that tomorrow. I’m sad to say that I don’t have a photograph of Warren Goss–in the early years of the Campanile only the pictures of seniors and juniors were included.