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Volume 1, No. 4 — May 6, 1919


SIEGFRIED AT DRACHENFELS O. J. Anderson, First Field Signal Battalion
COMPANY C, FIFTH MACHINE GUN BATTALION  
COMPANY H, TWENTY-THIRD INFANTRY Cpl. H. C. Schouter
THE SERGEANTS' MESS Sgt. John T. Dillon, 49th Co., 5th Marines
IF ONLY THEY COULD REALIZE  
WE'RE GOING HOME  
AMMUNITION TRAIN JOTTINGS Burlingame
HEADQUARTERS, FIFTH M. G. BATTALION  
DANGEROUS SERVICE Pvt. V. H. Burlingame
THE CHAUFFER'S STORY Alderie Moineau
WITH BATTERY F, 12TH FIELD ARTILLERY Sgt. F. O. Billings, Battery F, 12th F. A.
A LAST RESORT Pvt. G. A. Stroh, 51st Co., 5th Marines
SECOND SUPPLY TRAIN  
MOTTO OF THE TRANSPORT CORPS Sgt. Ramsey, Co. D, Supply Train
BOLSHEVISM Council of the City of Saratoff, Russia.
YORK SPUR'S DOPE  
COMPANY C, SECOND ENGINEERS Sgt. W. E. Schacht, Co. C, Second Engineers
CERTAINLY NOT, OTTO Otto Heitrich
THE GOBS WITH THE SECOND DIVISION  
WHEW! Reis El Bara, Hdq. Co. 17th F. A.
THIRD ARMY'S BIG SHOW  
NEW COURSES ANNOUNCED  
WHO SAID THE "TOP KICKER" IS UNPOPULAR? T. D. A., Railhead Detachment
SECRETARY BAKER AT EHRENBREITSTEIN Cpl. B. G. Kmetz, Co. E 17th, F. A.
RECOMMENDATIONS  
BRAZ'S BAKERY BRIEFS Sgt. Morris N. Breazeale, Bakery Co. 319
FROM THE DIVISION COMMANDER JOHN A. LEJEUNE
STANDING OF THE TEAMS  
HOW TO JOIN  
THE BULLDOZE PUDDING PVT. J. J. Keating, Co. E, 2nd Am. Train
A BIT OF PHILOSOPHY Cpl. R. A. Stevens, 23rd Infantry
HOW'S THIS SOUND?  
AND THEN IT HAPPENED  
MORE HONORS FOR THE SECOND  
THE WEATHER Cpl. J. R. Keller, Pay Dept., 5th Marines
FIRST FIELD SIGNAL BATTALION Sgt. Oscar J. Anderson
SECOND ENGINEER BAND W. E. Thompson
WITH THE SECOND ENGINEERS  
SUCH IS LIFE Pvt. B. Jennings, 43rd Co., 5th Marines
 
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