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In Military Circles

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At a meeting called by Company A last evening remarks were made by Jacob F. Schuh and Dr. Conrad George in favor of the retention of the organization of the present company, after which a comrnittee of one was appointed, on the suggestion of Charles E. Hiscock, to see if a compromise could not be arranged with the independent company. The independent company which seeks admission to the state troops in case the present company is disbanded, held a meeting in the room of the Chequamegon's last evening. Forty-two members of the company were present. They adopted a constitution and by-laws and appointed W. W. Watts a committee to confer with a like committee of company A, to see if any compromise could be arranged. The name of the new company was fixed as the Ann Arbor Light Infantry. The following officers were elected, provisional upon no compromise being made with rnmnanv A: Captain, Charles E. Hiscock, First Lieutenant, W. W. Watts, Second Lieutenant, William F. Armstrong, company clerk, Chas. H. Kline. Boardof control, Edward Duffy, Col. Henry S. Dean, Maj. Harrison Soule, S. W. Beakes and Z. Roath.