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The Bayonet pictorial section, 10 May 1918

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EXEMPTIONS FROM THE BAYONET [illegible] Sitting-up exercises make the heart grow fonder - for mess call.

Mr. Boris Hambourg, Miss Vera Barstow and Mrs. Lawrence Litchfield, celebrated musicians, who recently entertained the Division: Capt. A. G. Nowakoski, in charge of Liberty Theatre, who afterwards entertained the entertainers.

Headquarters Company of 318th Infantry stands at attention while an automobile full of fair ladies drive past, and other things happen which they are not supposed to notice.

Frank J. Clark, director [illegible] Columbus activities of [illegible] ing on the assumption that [illegible] gloves is better than going [illegible]

Lieut. Newbauer, Major Sweeney and Lieut. Moran, of the 318th Infantry discussing the advisability of posing for their picture.

Hunting for [illegible] Eightieth Division [illegible]