THEL MICHIIGAN DAILY,
;;k Y'Soijuds In Russian Port
St, a:i of "The Victors" announc-
ed-the entrance of an English trans-
port, carryinga American doughiboys
into a Russian port recently. In a
letter received from Sergeant-Major
Ernest Reed, '1'', he says that as their
shin steamed into the harbor the first'
piece the band played was "The Vic-
tors." lie is in the 3rd battalion, 339th
infantry, in the American Northern
Russian Expeditionary forces.
Reed left college in January, 1918,
to enter an officers' training camp,
but was unable to complete 'the
course on account of illness. Before
leaving he was studying for a mast-
er's degree in the botany department.
Vvhile in college he was a member of
tale Camma Alpha fraternity, and of
Phi Sigma honorary scientific soci-
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