The new Army Chaplain School. The first of its kind to be established in an American University, will begin today as 150 commissioned officers arrive at Harvard. The school which was previously located at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, In diana, will turn out trained chaplains for active duty with the army every 28 days. Classes will be gradually increased until 450 officers are graduated each month.
Chaplain (col.) William D. Cleary. a Catholie priest of the Brooklyn Diocese in New York and former comma ndant at Fr. Benjamin Harrison, will take charge of the training and will be assisted by Chaplin (Lt. Col.) Herman R. Page, of Dayton, Ohie, Bishop-Elect of the Episco pal Dlocese of Northern Michigan, and graduate of Harvard, Class of 1913.
The Chaplains are all commissioned officers, all college and seminary graduates, and all clearics with from two to three years' practical experience in the ministry. They will live in Perkins Hall and have classes in the Semitle Museum and Andover Hall.
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