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Blowney, Walter E. (ed.) / The Wisconsin engineer
Vol. 22, No. 7 (April 1918)

Baker, Loyal S.
With the colors,   pp. [300]-301

Page [300]

                     By LOYAL S. BAKER
ANDERSON, VICTOR, m '08, is a lieutenant in the 314 F. A. at Camp
   Lee, Va.
BALSLEY, HENRY, c '09, is lieutenant in the 24th Engineers, in
BENNETT, JOSEPH G., senior civil, Asst. Paymaster in the Navy, has
   been ordered to report, on April 1, at the Great Lakes Station.
DODGE, CHESTER C., e '17, is in the Signal-Corps, stationed at the
   Great Lakes Training Station.
GRANT, EUGENE L., c '17, advises that he did not enter the R. 0. T.
   C. as he had planned to do. Instead he enlisted in the Naval Re-
   serve as a 2nd class seaman, and on Feb. 25, went into training at
   the Municipal pier at Chicago. He expects to go shortly to Pel-
   ham Bay, N. Y., where there is a camp of 10,000 men.
JAMES, BURTON E., junior mechanical, is with Base Hospital 22
   His present address is Auditorium, Milwaukee.
LINDEN, JOHN F., freshman mining, has been called on the draft and
   ordered to report to Fort Worden, Washington. He will probably
   be in the heavy artillery.
McDONALD, HARRY L., c '04, is a captain in the U. S. Reg. Engrs.
   at Animas, N. M.
POLACHECk, STANLEY, ex-'18, has recently been appointed Navigat-
   inp Ensirn in the. NTava1 PReeve.
RAU, HAROLD L., min '16, 3rd R. 0. T. C. at Camp Custer.
ROWELL, L. D., e '01, assistant professor of electrical engineering at
   Purdue, is now a captain. He is at Washington, D. C.
WEAVER, WARREN, C. E. '17, is in the Science and Research Divi-
   sion of the Signal Corps.
   Bob Johnson, c '17, who is now a Lieutenant in the Engineer
Corps, has had charge of the building of a set of miniature
trenches for use at Camp Custer, Mich. A description of the
work is given in a Detroit paper:
           WITH THE COLORS.
  It is desired to leave a record, as complete and accurate as possible,
of the response made to our Nation's call in this hour of need, by the
students, the faculty, and the alumni of the College of Engineering.
We most earnestly hope that you will give your assistance and cooper-
ation toward this end. Bits of news, extracts of letters, photographs,
and material of a similar nature will be welcome and should be given
to some member of the Staff, or dropped into the mailbox of THE
ters and photographs will be returned undamaged.

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