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First Lieutenant Ross B. Warren, F.A., U.S.A., arrived in Cambridge yesterday, assigned by the War Department to act as assistant to Major Goetz in the Field Artillry R.O.T.C. Courses. Lieutenant Warren is a graduate of the Engineering Department of the University of Missouri in the class of 1917, and his home is in Kansas City, Mo.
During the war he was assigned to the Officers' Training Camp at Fort Riley, and at the completion of his course was commissioned second lieutenant in the Field Artillery Reserve Corps. He saw service in France in the Fifth Division with the 21st Regiment of Field Artillery, a motorized outfit, equipped with 155 mm. howitzers. The regiment was in France from May 1918, until July, 1919.
While at the University Lieutenant Warren will be in charge of the instruction in Artillery Motors, which forms the work of Military Science 2 during the first half year.
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