On Feb. 9, the DMU board told McNally and Thorson they had five days to pack up their belongings and leave campus.
In late May, McNally began coordinating his investigation into German currency operations with the British.
One source was a 1950s Rand McNally atlas he picked up on a stoop on Clinton Street.
Some say he wanted to be with another woman; others claim it was because McNally had fallen in love with Thorson.
McNally “was basically presented as the Buddha, and we were all supposed to see her as a holy enlightened being.”
As he sheltered the flickering match-light with his hands, McNally glanced over the papers.
There was a regular hard horse of a boatswain's-mate with us, of the name of McNally.
"All right, Mr. McNally," said Blaney, holding out his hand.
In the course of his wanderings he came to our end of the bar, and jostled McNally aside.
Porter was with McNally in one of the offices of the M. & T. station.