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The Rio Grande rattler. ([McAllen], Hidalgo County, Tex.) 1916-1917, December 22, 1917, Image 13

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THE WADSWORTH GAS ATTACK a n d RIO GRANDE RATTLER 1 1 LEAVES OF ABSENCE. Commissioned officers have been granted leave of absence as follows: F ir s t Lieut. James E. Harbison, 104th ma­ chine gun battalion, 10 days, beginning De­ cember 24. Second Lieut. E. L. Cashin, 104th machine gun battalion, 15 days, beginning December 29. Major A. W. Slee, 71st infantry, 10 days, beginning’ December 23. Capt. Wm. A. Eonalds, 71st infantry, 15 days, beginning December 15. F irst Lieut. William F. Brady, 105th infan­ try, 15 days, beginning December 10. Capt. H. G. Montgomery, 106th field a r t il­ lery, 10 days, beginning December 18. Second Lieut. A lbert F. Eeinert, 106th in­ fantry, 10 days, beginning December 23. F irst Lieut. Charles E. Carroll, 108th in­ fantry, 10 days, beginning January 2. Capt. Clifford E. Branch, 74th infantry, 10 days, beginning December 23. Capt. Edgar C. Miles, 10th infantry, 10 days,- beginning December 23. Capt. A. M. Barager, 108th infantry, 10 days, beginning December 20. Capt. J. P. D. Schiebler, acting assistant adjutant, 10 days, beginning December 24. Second Lieut. Ezra A. Barnes, 108th infan­ try, 10 days, beginning December 11. Maj. L. F. Sherry, 102d ammunition train, 10 days, beginning December 20. Lieut. W. L. Baird, 102d ammunition train, 10 days, beginning December 20. Lieut. Col. J. C. McLeer, divisional staff, 10 days, beginning December 23. Capt. Howard E. Sullivan, 105th field artil­ lery, 10 days, beginning December 21. F ir s t Lieut. Harold E. Hornhart, 106th field artillery, 10 days, beginning December 17. F irst Lieut. W. W. Acklerly, 102d ammuni­ tion train, now at ordnance instruction school, Kenosha, Wis., 10 days, beginning December 18. F irst Lieut. Henry A. Delany, 104th field ar­ tillery, 10 days, beginning December 24. Maj. Edmund P. Fowler, 107th infantry, 10 days, beginning December 22. Lieut. Floyd W. Hayes, 106th field artillery, 10 days, beginning December 20. Capt. J. C. Tucker, 47th infantry, 10 days, beginning December 28. Lieut. George W. Beaman, 108th infantry, 10 days, beginning December 24. Lieut. James H. Caroll, O. E. C., un as signed, 10 days, beginning Dec. 24. Lieut. Michael Stapleton, 47th infantry, 10 days, beginning Dec. 23. Lieut. Leo Feldman, 47th infantry, 10 days, beginning Dec. 11. Lieut. Norman D. Eichardson, 102nd engi­ neers, 10 days, beginning Dec. 23. CAMP PERSONALS. Private H. B. Triest, Company F, 10th in­ fantry, is transferred to the quarterm aster corps, national army, and assigned to duty in the office of the camp quarterm aster. Private Joseph H. Bennett, machine gun company, 105th infantry, is transferred to the 104th field artillery. Mess Sergeant Jacob P latt, Company C, 14th infantry, is transferred to Company A, 107th infantry. P rivate A rthur G. Smith, Company I, 107th infantry, is transferred to the quarterm aster corps, national army, and assigned to duty w ith truck company 331. P rivate H a rry Beebe, H eadquarters Compa­ ny, 106th field artillery, is transferred to the enlisted veterinary corps, national army, and assigned to duty at the remount depot. P rivate Daniel J. Eyan, Company C, 102d engineers, is transferred to the aviation sec­ tion, signal corps, and will proceed to Camp Kelly, San Antonio, Texas, for duty. P rivate Moses Kanowitz, Company E, 106th infantry, is transferred to the Q uarterm aster Corps, N ational Army, and assigned to duty w ith the remount depot. P rivate Percy H. Long, Company A, 104th machine gun battalion, is transferred to the aviation section, signal corps, and ordered to proceed to the school of instruction at Prince­ ton, N. J. F ir s t Lieut. Colgate Hoyt, Jr., 105th ma­ chine gun battalion, is detailed as aide-de- camp on the staff of Brig. Gen. E. E. L. Michie, commanding the 53d infantry brigade. Lieut. Col. Jam es M. Hutchinson is trans­ ferred from the 107th infantry to the surplus list and assigned to tem porary duty with di­ vision headquarters. Capt. H. H. B attenberg becomes assistant division adjutant, having a desk adjoining Lieut. Col. Franklin W. Ward, the division adjutant. Capt. B attenberg has been tempo­ rarily on this work for some time. M ajor Gabriel G. Hollander is transferred from the 106th infantry to the 14th infantry. M ajor Charles W. Berry is transferred from the 14th infantry to the 106th. CDl<X KENNED^ A b i TBIS. ROLLING HIS OWN.

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