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THE BEE:-OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNK 13, 1911
DRILL WOK BY G COMPANY
A Takes Second and F Third in High
School Cadet Competition.
PRIVATES WIN UJ INDIVIDUALS
xTiwLY APPOINTED LIEUTENANT - , jfe if
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Wilbur cod Llndberg- First and tec
Come xt Third Battallvn
Company O First
Company A Second
Company P Third
No grades announced.
rrlvate LeRoy Wilbur, Company B .
Private Earl Luidberg. Company A..
Flm Serfeant Maurice Loomls. Com
pany D Third
Corporal Glenn Paxton, Company C
ond LooiuU, Pax ton and Slyer
Corporal Haydon Myer,. Company E
Third Battalion First
second Battalion Second
First Battalion Third
No gradea announced.
Company O. captalnad by Dava Bow
man, marched oft with first honors, a
silver trophy cup and the regimental
colors. In the annual competitive drill
of the Omaha High school cadet regi
ment on tba Fort Omaha parada ground
yesterday afternoon. The drill was wit
nessed by 1,100 students, frtenda and
faculty of the achool together with a
large number of parents and the signal
corps of tha fort Miss Helen Pogue
la "sponsor" of the company.
Company A, In charge of Captain
Sidney Myer. and Company F, In charge
of Captain George , Metcalfe, tied for
second place and In tha maneuvers held
to decide the tie-off the former won,
F being a close third. . , . , , .
A surprise came . In the Individual
"spelldown" for the Thurston Rifle fold
medal, when Private LeRoy Wilbur of;
Company B, a freshman, won the coveted
prize against a field of forty, (elected
from the entire cadet corps. ,
Private Earl Llndberg of Company A
took second place and the Ryan gold
medal. Llndberg was sergeant major
of the regiment until reduced to the
ranks by Commandant Cowan at Camp
Haskell for unmllitary conduct and ne
glect of duty, Nothing daunted, Und
berg shouldered a gun In the rank a,t
camp and set out to win what honors be
Loomls Third Individual.
For ' the second consecutive time First
Sergeant Maurice Loomls of Company
D took third Individual honors and the
Pearse silver medal. Corporal Glenn
Pax ton of Company C was fourth and
Corporal Haydon Myer of Company E
fifth. , , . . -i
With an almost perfect series of drill
movements, the Third battalion, Com
panics H. C and I, In charge of Major
Eleven Susmann, captured the Davidson
battalion trophy cup. Tba Second bat
talion. In charge of Major George Grimes,
was a close second, a single flaw In
yesterday's drill macrlng Its record. In
charts of Major Vergil Rector, the Pint
battalion took last place.
Judges were Lieutenant ; Clark Lynn
and Lieutenant C. F. Leonard, both of
the Fort Omaha . signal corps. ; Com
mandant Cowan acted as master of man
At a o'clock a bugle call sounded the
beginning of the program and the bat
talion drill was started.' Following this
event, each 'company gave Individual,
squad, platoon and company drills,
featuring with ths "kneel" snd "lie
down." It was on the kneeling and
platoon movements that ths cadets made
the most errors and one lad's flaw In
either Instance checked off from the
final . grading. Everything from "pre
sent arms" to "parade rest" was given
in the company drill. '
- B Drills In Rain.
Recruited to a full four squads at the
last moment. Company E, In charge of
Captain Edwin Landale, took the field
first : A steady rain poured while this
company worked. The other companies
appeared in the following order: !, 8,
H, C. F. P. A, 0.
Company- was last and When the sun
burned, athletic lade marched out their
straight and orderly lines and snappy
execution of tommande drew much ap
plause. Bowman called out his com
mands as If ready to make an end run
or a long punt down the field and when
"charge, bayonets" was given each ca
det leaned forward as If for a "center
rush." .... j
Besides Captain Bowman the commis
sioned fficere of the company are Paul
.Friday, first lieutenant, and Herman
Handschuh, eecond lieutenant.
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liaise Wilbur on thoaldrra.
Private Leroy Wilbu, winner.' was
carries bodily oft the field on the should
ers of his fellow cadets when It was
notod that, he was the laat te be left
In the "spelldown." Private Llndberg
was tendered an ovation by the cadets
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of company A when he took second
Regimental dress parade was bed
after the drill program and Hugh Mil
lard, captain and adjutant, read the list
All commissioned officers for 1911-1912
ceased to hold their stripes last evening
and the new officers will assume charge
of military affairs at the school Imme
diately. Officers will turn in their sa
bers and swords and privates and "non
coms" their rifles at the quartermaster's
department at the school building to
day. Following regimental dress parade the
regiment formed a quadrangle In front
of the grandstand and Lieutenant-Colonel
Malcolm Baldrlge presented the Indi
vidual, company, and battalion prizes,
congratulating each of the winners.
The cadet band, In charge of George
Green, wak much In evidence with their
white duck troutere and brass harmony
during the afternoon.
Subject - to the approval of Principal
Kate McHugh the following cadet pro
motions and assignments are announced
to take effect at once, former promo
tions In conflict being revoked:
, REGIMENTAL STAFF.
Lieutenant colonel. James Durkee;
captain and adjutant, Josep.i Sorenwon;
captain and quartermaster, i'tobert Mar
shall; captain and commissary, jotm
Hobel; captain and , ordnance officer,
wara BmitB. '
Regimantal sergeant major, Edmond
Boom; regimental quartermaster ser
geant, George Stocking; regimental com-
niiary sergeant, Jonn wcuonaia; regi
mental ordnance sergeant. Edward Bau
mann; color sergeant, Kay Klauok; color
sergeant, Paul witbey,
First Battallon-MaJor. Kendall Ham
mond; first lieutenant and , adjutant,
Carlisle Allan: second lieutenant and
quartermaster, Fred Bucliolz; sergeant
major, Spencer Flint.
Second Battallcui Major, Leo McShane;
first lieutenant and adjutant, Clifford
Pax ton; second lieutenant and quarter
master, Mllburn Gilbert; sergeant ma
jor, Haydon Myer.
Third Battallon-MaJor, Foy Porter;
first lieutenant and adjutant, Kenneth
Martin; second lieutenant and ' quarter
master, rau jenKins; sergeant maor,
first lieutenant. Herman Jobntr second
lieutenant. Alvln Nelson;' first sergeant.
Gilbert Kennedy: quartermaster Beryeanl,
unaries uaraipue; sergeants. Harold Pat
terson and Earnest Wolfe; corporals,
KObert iiwat'ds, waipn Benedict and
Company a captain, Wallace Sheu-
pard; first lieutenant Bands Woodbndge,
second lieutenant. Carl Rinewalt: firn
Sergeant Kenneth Norton; quartermaster
sergeant, rnuup KomonecK; sergeanis,
Earl Ketchum and Arthur Shrum; cor
porals, Fred Eyler, Le Koy Wilbur and
company u captain. Kennet. uraig,
first lieutenant, Harry Uldeon; seconu
lieutenant, Morton Rhoades; first ser
geant tilenrt PSxton: auartermatiter ser
geant, Arthur Beavers; sergeants Glenn
Kmith, Donald Klein and Ralph Riley;
corporals, Victor Graham, otto Wilson
and Earl Vaughn.
Company D Caotaln. Maurice Loomls;
flrat lieutenant William Mooney: second
lieutenant, Ralph Wilbur; first sergeant
Byron Snyder; Quartermaster sergeant,
Jamea Vterfild; sergeants, Glenn Mua-
1 1 l rwM,..i .. l D.ultv
ivv, wiuiuiu unlive1 iu duivii im,u,,
corporals, Barney Twj'ford, Harold Pof(
ana ui inert Peterson.
Company t-CftDtaln. - John Drexei.
first lieutenant, Charles Curry; second
lieutenant. Earl Moore; first sergeant,
Richard - Jones; quartermaster sergeant,
Rov Holslna: aeraoants. Coleman Uonlun
and Charles Darlow; corporals, Paul Flm-
now, porter Allan ana uonaia H.tpunger.
Company F Captain, carl Btors; itrsi
lieutenant, Leon Gardiner: second lieu
tenant. .Harvev Nelson: first sergeant,
Merrill Ady; quartermaster sergeant, Arno
7'rucison; sergeants, Irving nenomtn.
Arthur Loomls and Fred Hancock: cor
porals, Charles Gilmore and Kent .ueadc.
Company G CapUla, Wayne Beiby: f.rst
lieutenant, Frank' Malm; seconu lieuten
ant, Isidore Tlnkelstein; first sergeant,
Morton Wakeleyi auartetmaater serKeant,
Morris Warshawsky; seigt'ants, Charles
Campbell, Leo Harrington ana Aioeri
Nelson: corporal. Russell Larmon, Har
old Weeth, Charles Weeth and Warren
Company H captain, rranK ritxen
baiigh; flret lieutenant, Barney KuiaKot
ky; wecond lieutenant, lister -.Hansen;
first sergeant. Harold Toreli; quarter
master j-erReant- Edwin Edman; ser-
? pants, Wendell Moore and Dean Mal
ory; corporals, Dewey Bates, John Jen
kins and Edgar Simons.
Company I-Captain, Harold' Langdon;
fret lieutenant Thomas Jenkins; second
lieutenant Howard Grleb; first sergeant.
Clay Beisel; quartermaster sergeant
Keith Latey; sergeants, Kenneth Wld-
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Cadet Band-Captain. STank. Dunnlgan;
chief musician, Charles Robel; drum
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CITIZENS ENTER COMPLAINT
BECAUSE POLICEMAN SWEARS
Because Patrolman William Murphy
Bald a naugnty- vyora -wnen ne arresiea
Frank Weffsworth, a barbsr, as the latter
attempted to make a three-cornered tight
out of a spit between a couple already
embroiled at Thirteenth and CapltoJ ave
nue, thirty Omaha cltiiens, every 'one a
taxpayer, and each boiling over with in
dignation at the copper' language, formed
a police correction society last night and
lodged protest with Captain Dunn. ,
Captain Dunn sifted the matter to the
bottom and found that only two men bad
in High School
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actually heard the officer swear, but that
the others laid claim to being indignant
"I don't blame Murphy much for swear
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has often been arrested and as most of
his offenses are committed on Murphy's
beat I can easily see how he could lose
bia temper at having to be bothered again.
Murphy Is a good, competent officer and
I don't recommend that be be discharged,
but I will take care of the matter."
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rope to a stake the enraged cow at
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Sheriff Felix McShane started a flurry
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