Delbert Replogle (holding the basketball) was an early alumni of both Pacific Academy (1912) and Pacific College (1916). After graduation, Replogle married and returned to his birthplace in Alaska where he worked as a missionary for two years. Later he earned a degree in electrical engineering from MIT and was among the pioneers of the electronics field. The Replogles served with the American Friends Service Committee to give relief to those effected by crisises in the middle east in the 1950s. Replogle was instrumental in the foundation of the Earlham School of Religion.
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