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NORM ALITK HOARD
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The cadet company has been working under the following corps of officers: Captain, Russell Stewart: first lieutenant, Oren Lincoln; second lieutenant, Victor Trukken; first sergeant, Harry Sanders; second sergeant, Clarey Nielson; third sergeant and quartermaster, Archie Hostcrman; fourth sergeant, Henry Nielson; fifth sergeant, Burton Barnes: first corporal, Warren Burrcllc; second corporal. Russell Whitfield: third corporal. Dale Whitfield; fourth corporal, Guy Ziegler; commandant, Prof. C. F. Beck, who has directed the work. The company deems itself very fortunate indeed in having such a competent commandant, and it certainly owes much of its success to his untiring energy and inexhaustible interest. Commandant Beck has had considerable experience in military work: lie was a member of Colonel Bryan’s staff during the recent war with Spain.
During the first semester the company learned the manual of arms, file movements, squad and company formation. The work of the last semester was more difficult, yet fully as interesting, being skirmish drill, guard mounting, platoon formation, bayonet exercises, wall scaling, extended marches, and “spelling down.” T he last mentioned “stunt” is a competitive manual drill in the ranks for preciseness, punctuality in the movements, and execution of orders as a whole.
file hundredth birthday anniversary of Abraham Lincoln was observed in a fitting and appropriate manner. 'Flic convocation period that day was in charge of the cadets, who had prepared a short, interesting and instructive program. After invocation by Rev. Tyler the school sang “America.” Misses Scgelke and Lambert rendered “The Vacant Chair” in a touching and impressive manner. Lincoln’s “Gettysburg Address” was given by Cadet Eastwood, who by close study and excellent expression brought out very strongly and beautifully the thought and sentiment of the wondrous selection. In a short resume of our martyred ex-president’s life. Cadet J. Lang, with few and well-chosen words, unveiled a life-size bust of Lincoln, which had been draped with the national colors. The cadets then gave a short, quick exhibition of manual of arms and squad movements. Rev. Hussong pronounced the benediction, after which the school joined in singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
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