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Co. A at Island Lake.
There is considerable excitement at
Island Lake in the First Regiment over
the failure of two of its officers to pass
the physical examination. This is the
regiment to which the Ann Arbor and
Ypsilanti companies belong. It is
claimed that political motives were re-
sponsible for the decision of the exam-
ining board, and, as a. result, the men
will be given a special examination by
private physicians today.
There are 37 University of Michigan
students and graduates in the First
infantry, 23 of whom belong to Com-
pany A. The list is as follows:
Lieut. M. L. Belser, graduate.
Dr. O. H. Freeland, staff, graduate.
W. G. Palmer, hospital corps, grad-
Joe Ball, hospital corps, graduate.
W. H. Murray, graduate.
C. H. Duncan, graduate.
F. A. Carnal, student.
J. B. Stocking, student.
R. E. Robinson, student.
C. F. Juttner, student.
a. A. Cemns, student.
o. P. Cole, student,
. V. Magofin,s tudent.
C. F. Severon, student.
John Caywood, student.
B. B. Johnson, student.
W. G. Johnson, School of. Music stu-
Fred Dodsley, student.
A. C. Wilson, student.
W, B. Richmond, student.
S. F. Nichols, student.
P. C. Church, student.
W O Wright, student.
Lieut. F. B. Wood, graduate.
P. W. V. Keusch, graduate._
A. J. Tuttle, graduate.
, C. Rumer, graduate.
Captain Cody Kirk, graduate.
Lieut. F. W. Green, graduate.
Edward Owen, graduate.
J. F. Webb, graduate.
Dr. Charles Ryan, graduate.
Walter Snow, graduate.
F. . Pratt, Jr., graduae
Company A have had more or less
high scool training. The educa-
tional superiority of Comipany A
over other companies on the ground is
as striking as that of the dullest
American soldier over the Spaniard:
This superiority manifests itself in
many ways. The general conversation
around camp is of a higher order than
that of other companies. For instance,
it is the custom for a half dozen fellows
to get together in a tent in the even-
ing and enjoy a spirited discussion on
the topics of the day. Talk of the war
and future military possibilities, of
course predominates. In other tents
the boys read aloud to one another.
In still others, whist games are ius
The Civil board of Comoany A were
In camp yesterday, inspecting the qupr-
ters, cheering the boys, and presenting
their compliments to the staff and
governor. This board is made up of
Col. Dean, Major Soule, Major Millard,
Coptain Hiscock, and Postmaster
Eeakes. Of course they found every-
thing in first class shape, and the boys
were highly complimented.
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