William H. Morrow, Jr. ’46 of Montgomery, Ala., died August 27. He was born January 11, 1923, in West Point, son of the late William H. Morrow and Annie Laurie Neville Morrow. A graduate of West Point High School and Davidson College, he was a veteran of World War II who volunteered for military service in 1943 after three years at Davidson. He entered the Infantry, but transferred to the Army Air Corps, where he attained the rank of second lieutenant. He served as a navigator on the B-17 Flying Fortress, and flew more than twenty combat missions, earning the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster. After the war, he returned to Davidson, where he became president of Phi Gamma Delta social fraternity, and in 1944 was initiated into Phi Beta Kappa honorary scholastic fraternity. After graduation he entered Harvard Law School, where he graduated in 1952. He practiced law in California for a short time before joining the Miami, Fla., firm of Patton & Kanner, where he worked until 1965, when he came to Alabama to serve as general counsel for the Alabama State Bar, a position he held until his retirement in1987. He was preceded in death by his wife of twenty-five years, Glenice R. Morrow. Survivors include a stepson, David Knapp; and two nephews, Charles A. Nix III and William L. Nix, P.O. Box 466, West Point, Ga. 31833.