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CAPTAIN DAY Sunc1cAN'1' Rooms
R. O. T. C.
This has been a very successful year in Oak Cliff Military Circles, and the greater portion
of this success has been due to the strenuous efforts of Captain Day and Sergeant Rogers.
Captain Day has set a high example of gentlemanly conduct and of personal honor for the
members of his battalion and he has insisted upon his officers following this standard. Under
his guidance O. C. students have learned a little more about respec: to their country's insignia,
and about genuine patriotism than they knew previously. The raising and lowering of the
colors now means something to all of us. As the Oak goes to press, we are all looking forward
to Captain Day's repeating his performance of last year by once more presenting the winning
company in the R. O. T. C. contest and bringing back the colors for O. C. to guard another
Sergeant Rogers has been an able assistant to Captain Day this year as well as a first
class Mbuddyi' to three-fourths of the battalion. He is just drill master and an efficient
manager who has added greatly to the progress of the yearis work. All the battalion rejoiced
when field orders were rescinded for the Sergeant and we sincerely hope that he will long
remain here to help us support the honor and glory of Oak Cliff.
The objects and aims of the R. O. T. C. are:
To provide systematic military training at civil educational institutions for the purpose
of qualifying selected students of such institutions for appointment as Reserve Officers in the
military forces of the United States Army.
To add to the educational resources of schools and colleges and give students a training
which will be as valuable to them in their industrial and professional careers as it would be
should the nation call upon them to act as leaders in its defence forces.
TH E WOZENCRAFT DRILL
On Friday afternoon at three-thirty, March 23rd on the Bryan Street High School Campus,
the annual Wozencraft drill to determine the neatest and best drilied cadet was held. Each
year a hundred dollar gold watch is given to the Cadet winning this drill tin memory of the
late Colonel A. P. Wozencrafhl This year it was won by Captain Arthur Froleich of 'Forest
Avenue High School. Major Weldon Dowess of Bryan won second place and Lieut. Dwight
Horton won third place. Even though we had only one cadet place near the first, we can
justly be proud of the four who represented the Second Battalion and say they are the best
of the Corps. Our four representatives were: Major Hartsfield, lst Lieut. Horton, lst Lieut.
Kirkpatrick, and 2nd Lieut. Robinson.
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T. E. HARTSEIELD H. VEACH T. YARRELL
Major Executive Officer Adjutant
E. ECKLES H. JONES P. SPEAKER
Band Master fllerlicai Officer Bugle Officer
A. RICE H. BAILLIO R. MILES
Supply Officer Disciplinary Officer Sergeant Major
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