The Tiger (student newspaper), Sept 1918-June 1919 . then examined byDr. Schaffer for ihe College, and theirpapers sent to the local draft board foriduction into the service. A physicalexamination by the local draft boardwas necessary for classification, andthen a final exam by Lieutenant Col-lins of the Medical Corps, who is incharge of the medical department ofthe unit, to ascertain physical fitness toakte the training. The number of menwho were rejected for physical reasonswas very small, and only a few wererefused admittance on scholasticgrounds. There were several menwho hoped to get into

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The Tiger (student newspaper), Sept 1918-June 1919 . then examined byDr. Schaffer for ihe College, and theirpapers sent to the local draft board foriduction into the service. A physicalexamination by the local draft boardwas necessary for classification, andthen a final exam by Lieutenant Col-lins of the Medical Corps, who is incharge of the medical department ofthe unit, to ascertain physical fitness toakte the training. The number of menwho were rejected for physical reasonswas very small, and only a few wererefused admittance on scholasticgrounds. There were several menwho hoped to get into
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The Tiger (student newspaper), Sept 1918-June 1919 . then examined byDr. Schaffer for ihe College, and theirpapers sent to the local draft board foriduction into the service. A physicalexamination by the local draft boardwas necessary for classification, andthen a final exam by Lieutenant Col-lins of the Medical Corps, who is incharge of the medical department ofthe unit, to ascertain physical fitness toakte the training. The number of menwho were rejected for physical reasonswas very small, and only a few wererefused admittance on scholasticgrounds. There were several menwho hoped to get into the S. A. T. C,but who were in class I of the registra-tion of June 5. An effort is beingmade to admit these men but nothinghas been done as yet. The equipment to be issued to themen is as follows: I overcoat; I hat.service; I hat cord: 2 coats, O. D.; 2\shirts, woolen 0. D.; 2 breeches, cot-1ton 0. D., 1 belt, waist; I leggins, can-vas, pair; 1 laces, pair, leggins; 1 COLORADO COLLEGE Pounded in Colorado Springs in 1874.C. D. DUNIWAY, President.. DEPARTMENTS OF ENGINEERING, MUSIC. ARTS AND SCIENCES, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND BANKING, For information apply to the Secretary. pair shoes; 1 pair laces; 2 undershirts,woolen; 2 drawers, woolen; 3 stock-ings, pair. Captain Rudd wishes it to be knownthat no students are authorized lo buyuniforms except those who are ineligi-ble for the S. A. T. C. but who willtake the military training. The uni-form will be the regular issue cottonkhaki and will be the only authorizeduniform for the unit. Those who al-ready have uniforms will be allowed towear them until the issue equipment ar-rives and then all will be expected todress alike. Members of the S. A. T. C. will besoldiers in every sense of he word.They will under the strictest militarydiscipline and absolutely no favoritismwill be shown, A man who lives acrossthe street from the campus will have no more liberties than one who lives out-of-town. Absences from the militaryreservation—

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