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U.S. Army Will Open School for Chaplains at Harvard University

The War Department today announced that candidates are now being selected for the fifth session of the Army Chaplain School, which will convene August 10 at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Jewish, Protestant and Catholic clergymen will receive the same instruction in their military duties.

The studies at the Army Chaplain School include practical duties of chaplains; leadership and administration; discipline, courtesies and customs of the service; military law, military hygiene and first aid; topography; graves registration; military correspondence and surveys; money and property; investigation, interior guard duty, field service regulations, equipment; organizations of the army; recreation, education and music; administrative, cooperative and supervisory duties of division, army corps and army chaplains; staff regulations; army morale and defense against chemicals.