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TWENTY-EIGHT ARTILLERY STUDENTS TO GO TO CAMP

FIRE SALUTE TO ANCIENTS

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Yesterday two gun squads of the Artillery Unit fired a salute for the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston at their annual field day. The enlisted men attached to the unit drove the carriages in the parade which preceded the field day.

The first contingent of the men from the University Artillery Unit will leave for Camp Knox on the afternoon of June 16th, going by way of Albany, Cleveland and Cincinnati to Louisville, and thence by train or auto to Camp Knox, a few miles outside the city. Ten men will go on the 16th, four on the 17th and eight on the 19th. Several others will go home immediately after their last College engagement and start from there to camp.

Plan to Accompany Yale

Arrangements are being made by Captain Goetz and the commanding officer of the Artillery Unit at Yale to have the Yale men going to camp on each of the various days join the University men at Springfield. It is probable that berths will be assigned in the same car to the men from the two units.

Each student is entitled to free transportation to and from camp, a lower berth for all journeys requiring night travelling and commutation of rations not to exceed $3 a day.

Each group will have a student in charge, who will be issued transportation requests and he personally will have to obtain the transportation for all students in his party.

Upon arrival at camp students will be issued a complete outfit of clothing and bedding.

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