Corvallis gazette. (Corvallis, Benton County, Or.) 1900-1909, October 14, 1904, Image 1

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    Vol.. XLI.
Corvajllis. Benton Countyi Oregon, Fkiday, October
Roster of the Regiment and Ruks
of Organization.
Headq'rs OAC Cadets,
October 13, 1904.
The following is published for
the information and guidance of
all concerned and will take effect
this date.
I Upon recommendation of
the Commandant and approved
by the President of the College
the following re-organization is
announced with the officers who
either by promotion or appoint
ment are assigned to each organi
zation. II Hereafter the organization
will consist of (,) Battalion of
Infantry (consisting of 4 com
panies each) by a Major assisted
by the regular Battalion staff
and company officers. ('De
tachment of Cavalry commanded
by a Captain assisted by 1st. and
2nd.Lts. (c) Detachment of Artil
lery commanded by a Captain as
sisted by 1st. and2nd. (d) Detach
ment of Signal Corplvts. com
manded by 1st. and 2nd. Lts. (e)
OCA Band (23Pieces) under the
command of an Adjutant. This
with the Commanding officer and
his staff will constitute the organ
ization. III Lieutenant Colonel H. C.
Darby will command the entire
organization, his staff will be
Captain J. W. Carlson Adjutant,
Captain O. A. Webber, Q. M.
Non-commissioned staff Sergeant
Major H B Aula, Color Sergeant
W. E. Wade, Q M and Commis
sary Sergeant L. Schoel, Drum
Major G. J. Dodsou, Ma'or F. A.
Garrow. Com Battalion Infantry,
1st. Lieutenant C. V. Swann,
Adjutant 2nd Lieutenant B.
Pilkington O M and Com'sary,
Non-Comissioned Staff Sergeant
Major Clifford Benson.
Drum Major, G J Dodson
Principal Musician, E D Wetmore
Sergeant, D W Proebstel
Corporal, F Adams
Captain, P L Adams
1st Lieutenant, J S Tannock
2nd Lieutenant, F A Williams
1st Sergeant, R C Jackson
Q M Sergeant, J O Knapp
Sergeant, A E Burns
II E Smith
K M Walker
J Kelly
Corporal, R Selleck
OC Clark
F M Ilofer
F R Miller
W II Davolt
' A Applewait
Trumpeter, E E Williamson
B. Gooch
Captain, R L Stout
1st Lieutenant, D C Little
2nd Lieutenant, M B Mores
1st Sergeant, G L Rinso
Q M Sergeant, F Rowlau
Sergeant, IT Brandon
" SL Damon
" F Ewimr
' W K Fore-ytl.e
Corporal. C G Brownell
L O Roberts
" M V W-HtlierJir 1
Frank Bell
" P Childers
Trumpeter, D M Sutherland
E R Green
Captain, Eddy
let Lieutenant, J R S McCormick
2nd Lieutenant, M B Belden
1st Sergeant, R E Eeaoa
Q M Sergeant, J Mackenzie
Sergeant, F L Fowella
E B Smith
Q B VonderHellen
J F Huflf
Corporal, S L Eddy
" - D R Woods
RW Allen
M J Erakine
" HA Thompson
" E S Thayer
Captain, F B Davis
let Lieutenant, F M Roth
2nd Lieut-nan', B T Jordan
let Serpent, G Cate
Q M Serjeant, D R Groves
Sergeaat, C C Currin
i T. n !H9
H G Ran.baugh
" AD Hill
Corporals, P Kraus
" B H Grenshaw
' " C E Bowen
" W A Thompson
. " J A Applegate
" F E Hall
Trumpeter, C T Mondy
Captain, G S Moort
1st Lieutenant, E V Hawley
2ud Lieutenant, R C Sheppard
1st Serjeant, A F Tedrow
Q M Sergeant, C Wr Fu'.lerton
Sergeant, E R Woods
Corporal, W Baughman
D S Thayer
Trumpeter, H S Bilyeu
Captain, F C Stimpson ,
1st Lieutenant, M Hinricks
2nd Lieutenant.G H Root
Captain, L R Harlan
1st Lieutenant, H C Gefz
2nd Lieutenant, W G Abraham
1st. Sergeant, O G Simpson
Q M Sergeant, W A Schoel
Sergeant, G A Cathey
Corporals, V T Miller
" WHBeatty
The remainder of the Seniors
will be assigned to the Artillery
cavalry and the Signal Ceres de
tachment, the balance necessary
to bring the detachments up to
the authorized quota will be
selected ircm the Junior c lass
with the following exceptions:
(a) Men physically unable to i
carry a rifle will be assigned to
the Signal Corps, (b) The cavalry
detachment will not contaia men
overweight but all Seniors must
take saber exercises and the in
struction in ridiug, saddling, bit
ting, proper care, age, conform
ation and soundness, common
ailments, prevention and remed
ies. Any and all students can
be present at this instruction.
IV At officers school which
will be held twice a week, the
Commandant will instruct them
in saber exercise and in the in
struction to govern the 'non
commissioned officers school of
the organisations the following
V Non-commissioned officers
school will be held at least once
a week in each organization.
VI All companies will be
divided and sub-divided as fol
lows: Two platoons in charge
of Lieutenants.
Platoons into two sections in
charge of Sergeants.
Sections into two squads in
charge of Corporals.
VII The sub-visions will not
be changed during the year.
VIII The average percentage
of proficiency of the squads will
mark the Corporals standing.
The average percentage of the
proficiency of the sections will
mark the Sergeants standing.
The average percentage of pro
ficiency of the platoons will mark
the Lieutenants standing.
The average percentage of pro
ficiency of the company will
mark the Captain's standing.
The average percentage of pro
ficiency of the battalion will
mark the Majors standing.
The average percentage ot pro
ficiency of the whole organ
ization will mark the Lieutenant
Colonel's standing.
IX Officers and non-commissioned
officers will be held re
sponsible for all violations of
established rules when committed
in their presence or with their
X Continuous observance by
all cadets of those lessons of
military courtesy that afford in
struction without restraint, and
which at all times destinguishes
the person who has received
military instruction, will be a
sufficient guarantee of the un
swerving obedience to orders,
respect in which you not only
hold the officers of the Military
Department but to the faculty
and to every instructor in the
By order of 1st Lieutenant D.
P. Quinlan, oth Cavalry,
Items of Interest In and Around
the O. A. C.
Miss Carrie Byerlee, a member
of last year's graduating class
is now engaged as a teacher, in
the Hood River public schoo s.
Miss Agnes Love, who attend
ed OAC last year, is now a stud
ent at a school in Spokane,
Will Wicks is now employed
in the green house at the College.
Fred Wann and Earl Sweek,
after an absence of two years,
have again taken up their studies
at OAC.
Henry Salvon, who has been
taking the pharmacy course for
the past two years, did no. re
turn to school this year. He now
holds a good position in a drug
store in Astoria, but will return
and complete his course next
Miss Ethel Heslin, who at
tended College last year, is now
teaching school at Cleone, Ore
Ron. ,
James Zurcher, of . Enterprise,
spent a few hours at OAC on
Tuesday visiting old College
Ivan B. Rhoades addressed the
young men of the College in the
chapel on ' Sunday last. Mr.
Rhoades is a graduate of the
University of California, and is
a very forcible speaker.
Rev. Handsaker favored the
students with a bass solo at
chapel Wednesday morning.
William Gilstrap,a member of
the class of "97 ofOAC. just
recently completed his coutse in
a medical school of San Francisco
and is now located at Sheridan.
where he has a good practice.
The first issue of the College
Barometer will appear about Oct.
15. The cover for this popular
college paper this year, will be
one ot the most unique ever put
out in this school. Send in your
subscription and get a copy of
the first issue.
One of the handiest and most
useful pieces of printed matter
turned out by OAC, is a direct
ory containing the names of the
faculty, employes and the stud
ents, and their street address
while making. Corvallis their
home. The directory is now on
the press and Jwill be completed
in a few days.
Spagle, who plaved end on the
OAC team for the past two sea
sons. is now at Forest Grove and
holding' down quarter on the
P. U. squad. Shannon of last
year's second team is playing
left halt on the same eleven.
Ed. Bryson, Dick Kiger, Maj
A. J. Johnston and W. D. De
Varney left town Wednesday
morning lor a point some 40
miles south of Roseburg, where
they will take to the mountain
fastness, intent on the slaughter
ing of big game. Every one of
the party takes his nerve, trusty
rifle, plenty of ammunition and
other munitions along, and if the
deer, bear, cougar, and bob-tailed-cat
families of Southern
Oregon do not lament the ad-
vent otour xsimroas we miss our
guess. The party expect to be
gone ten days or longer. Major
Johnson will remain behind to
look after business in Roseburg
and Grants Pass.
The Herald is the name of a
new venture in journalism which
is published at Grants - Pass.
The manager is J. D. Quillen,
and the editor is Robert G.
Smith, a well-known attorney.
They say they believe Josephinr
county needs a Democratic pape
and that it will be for the gor A
of all to have one. The Herald
is newsv and . healthy looking
Com-1 and we wish it all success, ex
tcepr, probably, political.
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