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The Bayonet pictorial section, 22 March 1918

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ide" [inside] pictures [illegible] ee [Lee] Division [illegible] the center of the picture fell to avoid injuring his opponent. [illegible] nkhite shaking hands with Brigadier General L. M. Brett, Brigadier [illegible]Farnsworth and Gordon G. Heiner on their left. [illegible] Mayor Babcock, General Brett, Colonel Cocheu and others. Their [illegible] n to the wrinkles in their trousers. Beauty and the Tame Coon, the latter being mascot of the 319th band. Members of the 315th Field Artillery engage in a tug-of-war. The "non-combatant" watching the contest is waiting for an opportunity to cut the rope. Capt. Hooper, the fighting parson of the 319th Infantry, is the peacemaker in Company K's "rifled" arena.