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INDEX. 79, MORTAR DRILLS. Assistant Instructors, . . . . Cadets of Senior Class. Cannoneers, ...... Cadets of Junior and Sopiiomorc Classes. APPOINTMENTS. Staff and Commissioned Officers are selected from the Senior Class. Non-Commissioned Staff and Sergeants are selected from the Junior Class. Corporals are selected from Junior and Sophomore Classes. All members of the Senior Class are required to act as instructors at the various drills, and as such, are subject to regular details. - Fire Department, M. A. C, The hose carriage is brought to the fire by the Freshman class in com- mand of the Lieutenants of A Company. The Captain of A Company will be in charge till the arrival of Major Alvord, who then assumes control. The Junior class under command of the Captain of B Company la - the hose to the tire. .The first Sergeants of A and B Companies hold the nozzle. The Duty Sergeants of A and B Companies stay at the hydrants from whence the supply of water is taken. The Sophomore class goes at once to the lire and holds itself in readiness for any duty. The Senior class acts as guard over the building on tire, allowing no one to enter without authority. The Cadets are occasionally drilled in " fire drill, " and the practice thus gained would rio doubt be of value to them in case of an actual fire. The benefit of a fire department was well shown in its prompt action not long since, in extinguishing a fire which started in one of the dormitories.
Page 98 text:
78 INDEX. COMPANY B. Officers. Captain, . First Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, First Sergeant, Dutv Sergeant, Brooks, MiSHIMA, Crocker, Miles, Sellew, Barry, Dickinson, D. W GODDAKD, Privates Herrero. McCloud, Russell, F. N., Smith, Taft, Whitcomi!, Belden, Brown, T. Rice. F. F. NoYES. F. H. Foster. A. M. NouRSE. D. L. Hubbard. Davenport, Field, H. J., Hull, H. B. Johnson, Palmer, Phillips, RUGGLES, Sawyer. Captain, . First Lieutenant, Second Lieutenant, First Sergeant, Duty Sergeant, COOLEY, Holt, Shepardson, Hutchings, North, Whitney, Braman, DuBois, COMPANY C. Officers. Privates Gregory, t Jones, Mossman, Russell, H. L., Stowe, Taylor, Williams, A. S. Bush, A. I. Hayward. E. E. Knapp. L. F. Kinney. J. R. Blair. F. W. Davis. Fames, Gay, Hull, J. B., Legate, Pond, Russell, E. K Shores, Wood. ARTILLERY DRILLS. Assistant Instructors, . . Cadets of Senior Class. Cannoneers, .... Cadets of Junior and Sophomore Classes. Assistant Instructors, . Detachments, SABRE DRILLS. . Cadets of Senior Clsss. . Cadets of Junior and Sophomore Classes.
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80 INDEX. W i Class Poem HEN we first commenced our duties On this pleasant ' College Farm, " ' We did not know the beauties Of the " Aggie ' s " life of charm. But we went to work in earnest, Taking up whate ' er we found ; Striving hard at learning ' s ladder. Climbing up from round to round. In our strifes with other classes, We have ever been as one, And have shown our fellow students That we will not be outdone. In the classroom we have startled Many a " Prof. " so stern and sage,- By our concise demonstrations, Of the problems of the age. Ever since we came to College, We have pushed our way along, And have filled our heads with knowledge By studying late and working long. Classmates ! soon our farewell greeting We must offer each to each, For years of college life are fleeting, And they soon will be complete. As we go out from Alma Mater, Each to choose his work for life. May it be that none shall barter Manhood, in this world of strife.
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