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A history of United States Army Base Hospital No36 (Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery Unit) organized at Detroit, Michigan, April 11th, 1917 . Harry A. George, with Harold S Holmes, Leo Lyons, Herbert Hass, WilliamDe Lisle and Clarence Knapp; the Adjutants Office with Howard M. Erskine, Cecil Fowler,John R. Mason, Leo Meissner and Walter G. Seeber; and the Chaplains Department, whichmanaged the postoffice, canteen and entertainments, with Sergeant Brown, George W. H3de andAdrian R. Jones. On the following day, Charles F. Ives, Clarence Otter, Asa M. Baker, and Ber-nard A. Harrigan were a

A history of United States Army Base Hospital No36 (Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery Unit) organized at Detroit, Michigan, April 11th, 1917 . Harry A. George, with Harold S Holmes, Leo Lyons, Herbert Hass, WilliamDe Lisle and Clarence Knapp; the Adjutants Office with Howard M. Erskine, Cecil Fowler,John R. Mason, Leo Meissner and Walter G. Seeber; and the Chaplains Department, whichmanaged the postoffice, canteen and entertainments, with Sergeant Brown, George W. H3de andAdrian R. Jones. On the following day, Charles F. Ives, Clarence Otter, Asa M. Baker, and Ber-nard A. Harrigan were a Stock Photo
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A history of United States Army Base Hospital No36 (Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery Unit) organized at Detroit, Michigan, April 11th, 1917 . Harry A. George, with Harold S Holmes, Leo Lyons, Herbert Hass, WilliamDe Lisle and Clarence Knapp; the Adjutants Office with Howard M. Erskine, Cecil Fowler,John R. Mason, Leo Meissner and Walter G. Seeber; and the Chaplains Department, whichmanaged the postoffice, canteen and entertainments, with Sergeant Brown, George W. H3de andAdrian R. Jones. On the following day, Charles F. Ives, Clarence Otter, Asa M. Baker, and Ber-nard A. Harrigan were appointed Acting Sergeants. The first four days were employed in gettingthe camp ready for use. On Monday, August 27, Major Hiram A. Phillips, Medical Corps, reported for duty as Com-manding Officer and the regular work of the Unit was begun. The first drill was conducted byCaptain Kraemer and a series of lectures commenced, in which the officers explained to the menthe rudiments of first aid and anatomy. On the 27th William A. Healy, Stanley Sessions, CecilFowler and Orvin Havey were appointed Acting Sergeants and on the 28th Cyril DHaene and. Hiram A. PhillipsLt.-Colonel and Commanding Officer from Aug. 37, 1917, to Sept. 18, 1918. Harry A. George were appointed Sergeants. The following daily program was adopted: Fir:Call, 5:30 a. m.; Reveille, 5:45; Assembly, 5:50; Police, 6.30; Mess, 7; Sick Call, 7.30; FinCall for Drill, 7.45; Assembly, 7.55; Lecture, 8 to 8.50; Rest, 8.50 to 9; Drill, 9 to 9.50; Lectur10 to 10.50; Recall, 11; First Sergeants Call, 11.30; Mess Call, 12; Sick Call, 1 p. m.; FatigiCall, 1.10; First Call for Drill, 1.45; Assembly, 1.55; Recall, 4; Guard Mount, 4.30; Mess, 5.3(First Call for Retreat, 7; Assembly, 7.10; Call to Quarters, 9.30; Taps, 10. Beginning Septenber 13, Reveille was sounded at 6 instead of 5.30 and, after a time, the afternoon drills were r(placed by hikes. All the drilling was conducted by Major Roehl and Captain Kraemer, hwhen these, a

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