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id he intended to propose again, but he wanted to have a better income than that earned by a farmer.[24] To that end, during his years on the farm and immediately after World War I, he became active in several business ventures, including a lead and zinc mine near Commerce, Oklahoma,[25] a company that bought land and leased the oil drilling rights to prospectors,[26] and speculation in Kansas City real estate.[27] Truman occasionally derived some income from these enterprises, but none proved successful in theis the only president since William McKinley (elected in 1896) who did not earn a college degree.[29] In addition to having briefly attended business college, from 1923 to 1925 he took night courses toward an LL.B. at the Kansas City Law School (now the University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Law), but dropped out after losing reelection as county judge.[30] He was informed by attorneys in the Kansas City area that his education and experience were probably suff!
 icient to receive a license to practice law. However, he did not pursue it, because he won election as presiMissouri Field Artillery Regiment, in which he attained the rank of corporal.[34] At his induction, his eyesight without glasses was an unacceptable 20/50 in the right eye and 20/400 in the left (past the standard for legal blindness).[35] The second time he took the test, he passed by secretly memorizing the eye chart.[36] He was described as 5 feet 10 inches tall, gray eyed, dark haired and of light cUnited States entered World War I, Truman rejoined Battery B, successfully recruiting new soldiers for the expanding unit, for which he was elected as their first lieutenant.[38] Before deployment to France, Truman was sent for training to Camp Doniphan, Fort Sill, near Lawton, Oklahoma when his regiment was federalized as the 129th Field Artillery.[39] The regimental commander during its training was Roberas City business school; he studied bookkeeping, shorthand, and !
 typing, but left after a year.[20] He made use of his business college experience to obtain a job as a timekeeper on the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway, sleeping in hobo camps near the rail lines.[21] He then took on a series of clerical jobs, and was employed briefly in the mail room of The Kansas City Star. Truman and his brother Vivian later worked as clerks at the National Bank of Commerce in Kansas City; one of their coworkers, who also lived in the same rooming house, was Arthur Eisenhower, the brother of Dwiged to the Grandview farm in 1906, where he lived until entering the army in 1917 after the beginning of the Great War.[23] During this period, he courted Bess Wallace; he proposed in 1911, but she turned him down. Truman later sat M. Danford, who later served as the Army's Chief of Field Artillery.[40] Truman later said he learned more practical, useful information from Danford in six weeks than from six months of formal Army instruction, and when Truman later served as an artillery instructor, he consciously patterned his appr!
 oach on 000 in dividends in six months.[34] At Fort Sill, Truman met Lieutenant James M. Pendergast, nephew of Tom Pendergast, a Kansas City political boss, a connving as president in 1947, Truman applied for a license to practice law.[32] A friend who was an attorney began working out the arrangements, and informed Truman that his application had to be notarized. By the time Truman received this information he had changed his mind, so he never sought notarization. After rediscovery of Truman's application, in 1996 the Missouri Supreme Court issued Truman a posthum