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The Bayonet pictorial section, 10 May 1918

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PHOTOGRAPHER ARE NOT MANY Frank J. Clark, director of Knights of Columbus activities of Camp Lee, standing on the assumption that carrying one's gloves is better than going without them.

Lieut. J. B. Cottrell, in command of Machine Gun Company, 318th Infantry, and Captain C. W. Sample, commander Sanitary Detachment of the 318th.

Non-commissioned officers of Company A, 319th Infantry, trying to conceal the front porch of their barracks.

"Rookies" of Company A, 318th Infantry, receiving their first instruction in the correct firing of a rifle, which includes, among other things, a bee-line on Fritzies' goose-stepping proclivities.

directing the work [illegible] "Hello" and [illegible]

The BAYONET offers a prize of $5.25 for the best title for this picture in Russian.