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Among those who have not returned to college this year are
C. T. Wade and L. M. Reno, both members of the Junior Class.
The former, a member of the FREE LANCJ staff and editor-in
chief of 'oz La Vie Board, possesses marked literary ability, while
the Y. M. C. A. will feel the loss of the latter keenly as he was
one of its most energetic members.
Numerous repairs to the various buildings are quite noticeable.
Glasgow, 'or, has accepted the position of mail-carrier for 'the
A special train brought a number of visitors from the picnic at
Hunter's Park, Saturday, Sept. 16.
During the summer vacation the I. A. E. chapter house was re
The Cadet Battallion has been organized this year as follows:
Capt. T. H. Taliaferro, .
V. T. Cole
H. C. Glenwright,
D. S. Miller, . . .
Sergeant Major, . . . .
Color Sergeant, . .
Captain, . . .
Captain, . .
NON-COMMISSIONED LINE arrtlc.Eßs.
Sergeants,—Longenecker, Mattern, Kittredge, Robbins, J.
R.; Corporals,—Shearer, Crouch, Allen, Ross, Bridge;
D., Nelson, H.
Company B:—Sergeants,—Guy, Plank, D. H., Brady, Diller, Hoover;
Cotporals,—lshler, Hunsicker, H., Bassler, Shoop, Arney, Raub; Clerk;'—
Company C:—Sergeants,--Berger, Schnure, Cypher, Bollard, Dreher; Cor
porals,—McCleary, Kuhn, Rogers, Heaton, Hunsicker, J., Reed; Clerk,—
NON-COMMISSIONUD STA v.v.
COMMISSIONED LINE, OF'F'ICERS.
Hamilton, W. C.
. . Captain and Adjutant.
Captain and Quartermaster.
• Glenn, R. 0.
. Stuart, D. M.
Gardner, R. J
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