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Artistic Poster Result
result is a collection of strik-
ters, considered artistically and
logically better than any yet
ed in the two previous loan
Soon they will be familiar-
in store windows, on bill
and all public places.
,ddition, five million window
s, 50,000,000 poster stamps,
'00 badges have been ordered
L1 be ready for the opening day
of the designers of the Liberty
posters are Howard Chandler
Joseph Pennell, J. C. Leyen-
Sydney Riesenberg, Herbert
Ienry Raleigh and Sydney S.
All contributed their work
pay, and scores of other art-
ibmitted desihns which were
ennel Submits Drawing
of the most striking posters,
by Joseph Pennell, the Phil-
a marine artist, portrays a
>attleship alongside wharves,,
g with war time activity, motor
swinging cranes, and smoking
with airplanes overhead. It
uted in etching style, and the
bscribed is: "Provide the Sin-
War, Buy Liberty Bonds."
ird Chandler Christy contribut-
tirring design. A slim young
ized goddess of liberty waves
c American banner, and with
tched arm points to a file of
smarching past. "Fight or
Four cadets in each company have
been recommended for permanent or
provisional appointments in the 1. 0.
T. C. Following is a list of the cacdrts
recommended who are to report at
4:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to
Lieut. George C. Mullen in Waterman
First regiment: Company A, A. A.
Guettel, W. W. Hinshaw, A. V. Liv-
ingston, J. B. Trimble; company B, F.
H. Tinsman, John M, Chase, H. .
Josey, E. N. Bach; company C, George
W. Keller, R. H. Marker, J. G. South-
worth, C. C. Chopp; company D, F. M.
Sutter, R. T. Monroe, J. L. Schntz,
J. M. Braude; company I, A. E. Horne,
. MacDonald, H. H. Teetzel, J. A.
Gross; company K, A. Knowlson, C.
Neumann, S. Burbridge, John Hub-
bard; company L, H. E. Storz, R. R.
Beardsley, D. Borland, Corwin Smith;
company M, A. J. Gabriel, R. J. Knapp,
W. G. Slawson, D. G. Moorhead.
Second regiment: Company A, R. S.
McNeil, W. Gay, M. S. Kammerer, E. L.
Emmerson; company B, A. L. Kirkpat-'
rick, V. D. Goul, C. B. F. Bangs, J. J.
Kucera; company C, R. L. Storrer,
C. P. Beath, E. S. Metz, H. M. Stephen;
company D, H. M. Nowlen, H. M.
King, H. D. Ketchum, H. W. Butter-
field; company I, R. A. Munro, C. B.
Campbell, H. C. Keen, W. G. John-
ston; company K, H. P. Harsha, W. E.
Lemon, W. F. Schreiber, L. C. Robin-1
son; company L, H. Bergen, L. S.
Martz, D. C. Stlmson, H. T. Portr;
company M, H. M. Easley, T. M. Ry-
bert, L. K. James.
Members of the first battalion of
the First regiment will be given the
following contests by Dr. George A.
'May at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon in Waterman gymnasium:'
First regiment: Company A, relay
racing, chinning, tug-of-war; company
B, chinning, tug-of-war, relay racing;
company C, dipping, tug-of-war, relay
racing; company D, relay racing, dip-
U. S. Military Decorations
Five military decorations were
adopted by the United States war de-
partment several days ago. At the
present time the Distinguished Service
Order medal is conferred on a soldier
for extraordinary valor, and is higher
than the French Croix de Guerre.
The badge of the Distinguished Ser-
vice Order is a bronze cross on a
ribbon. It is conferred on men who
perform heroic acts which are carried
out in connection with any army move-
ment. It may be awarded by the
president or Gen. Pershing.
Cross of Honor-This corresponds
to the French Croix de Guerre.
Medal of Honor-Awarded for brav-
Bar-Given for war service.
Bar-Conferred on men who have
been wounded in action.1
Arthur;H. Lee, ex-'17L, now at Camp
Custer, recently received the commis-
sion of first lieutenant, and has been
assigned to the headquarters of the
310th ammunition train at the camp,
according to information received here
yesterday. Lee is a member of the
Barristers and of the Psi Upsilon fra-
(This is the third biography of mili-
tary men connected with the R. 0. T.
C. The fourth and last article will
appear in this column later.)
Lieut. Losey J. Williams, P. S., re-
tired, was in active service from 1902
to Nov. 23, 1917. Lieutenant Williams
obtained his first military training in
the South Dakota agricultural and
mechanical college, where he held the
ranks of cadet, private, corporal, ser-
geant-major, captain and major.
"There has not been a day passed
that I have not used something I
learned in the college," said Lieut.
Williams yesterday. "The students In
the University will find need for their
present training. The instruction they
are now receiving will be of the kind
they need in any variety of warfare;
not only in the present war, but in
After attending the college in South
Dakota, Lieutenant Williams enlistedr
in the national guard, where he was
promoted to battalion sergeant-major
at the end of the third week. Later he
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is has been recognized
e posters was planned
for distribution in the
's of the
eign language sections of the cities.,
A sturdy immigrant, with his wife
and boy, are seen in, the . foreground,
with flag' behind, and the words of
the advice are: "Remember the Flag
of Liberty: Support It. Buy U. S.
CHOOSE PROVISIONAL CASTS
FOR CERCLE FRANCAIS PLAYS
Provisional casts for the two French
plays to be given soon by the Cercle
Francais, were chosen at the third
try-out held Friday night.
For "L'Avocat Patelin," the follow-
ing people have been chosen: J. A.
Bonnet, '20E; Dorothy W. Gruss, '19;
A. J. Himmelhoch, '20; W. J. 'Ken-
nick, '19; L. F. Kuijala, '19; and E. F.
For "Le Retour Imprevu": Floyd
Buell, '19; Ashley Hatch, '20; M. E.
McGowan, '21; Hester Reed, '19; Hazel
Selby, '18; L. H. Seltzer, '20; Marjorie
Springer, '20; Howard Velleman, '21;
Dorothy Williams, '20; Alfred Wilson,
Those who have been chosen as al-
ternatives are : H. P. Andreassen,
'20; W. L. Fink, '21; Hope Ferguson,
'19; J. H. Moore, '21; Katrina Scher-
merhorn, '21; Charlotte Smith, '20;
Marie von Walthausen, '18. The cast's
have not been definitely chosen and it
is very likely that many of the alter-
natives will have another chance to
win places in the casts.
Rehearsals for both plays will be
held on Tuesday evening in the Cercle
Francais rooms, "L'Avocat Patelin"
will be rehearsed at 7 o'clock, and "Le
'Retour Imprevu" at 8 o'clock.f
The official R. O. T. C. and U. M.I
Insignia have arrived at Henry & Co.
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was promoted to first lieu.tenant, and
After serving three years in the na-
tional guard, he resigned his com-
mission on March 26, 1909, to accept
an appointment as third lieutenant in
the Phillippine constabulary. Lieu-
.tenant Williams served in this branch
of the service three years and six
months. He then resigned and came
back to tbe United tSates to take the
examination for the Phihippine, scouts
In the United States army.
He was commissioned to serjve in
the Philippine scouts on Feb. 9, 1912.
On. March 1, 1917, he received the com-
mission of first lieutenant. Lieutenant
Williams remained in the Philippine
scout division until March 15, 1917,
when he was sent back to the United
States on account of ill health. He
retired on Nov. 23 of the same year,
but was assigned to active duty at
the University by the war department
on Dec. 1, 1917.
Since Lieutenant Williams has been
at the University he has had charge
pf the executive offices of the R. O.
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ships, and many are inquiring and
enlisting daily. Fir,
The government has issued a call Cia
for skilled men to help in the ship-
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not have to be experienced in ship
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