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Catalog Number 2013.26.3
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2013.26
Description Camp Newspaper

Trench and Camp
Camp Pike, Arkansas
Volume 1, Number 11
December 17, 1917

Articles Included:

Deadwood in Army Will be Cut Out - All General Officers from Regulars and National Guard to Undergo Physical Examinations, Baker Announces
To Protect Members of Auxiliary Units
American Taken Aboard U-Boat
Two Privates at Camp are Courtmartialed - Solder Who Slept at Post Must Serve Two Years in Disciplinary Barracks
New Camp YMCA Building Opened
A New Tradition
A Hero in Silhouette
Patriotic Hawaii
Send it Home
Cantonment Types - The Misplaced Private
The Listening Post - Weary - He Remembered - They Sailed Away - "Lest We Forget" - See Canvasmaster - Medicos Puzzled - A Real Skirmish Line - 15,000 Nurses Now Enrolled - Bikes for Couriers
"A Round Trip Ticket, Please, Return by Way of Hamburg" - Cartoon
Originator of Service Flag
Remember Mother
Sec. Baker is Against Universal Training as Regular National Plan
"Athletics Make Men of Mollies in Army Camps," Say Sheppard
Little Rock Youth Sees Huns Downed - Lieut. J. H. Cochran in Letter to Mother Tells of Witnessing Victory of French Fliers Over Germans
Hun Wanted to Surrender, But Laundry Late
Nurses Needed For Service Now - Army Requires Trained Women for Immediate Work - Has No Reserves
Checkers at No. 35
Many Duties for Planes After War
Star Eli Runner Now Lieutenant
Alexandria Plans for Soldiers' Entertainment
U.S. Mechanics Hurt by Bomb
Fixing Amounts to go to Soldiers' Relatives
Brigadier General is Given Discharge
Benefit Party Date Announced
A Christmas Message from Secretary Baker
German Bombs Kill Americans - Explosive Fell in Street Through Which Engineers Were Marching
Drilling Men in Bayonet Use
A Christmas Message from Secretary Baker
Health Survey for Lonoke Territory
Aviation Examining Board to Locate Here
Bishop Quayle Tells Soldiers to be Men
Chile Declares its Neutrality
Why Colors Are Carried
American Soldier Tells His Mother He's Having Grand Time in France
Best of Care Will Be Given U.S. Soldiers by YMCA Over There
French Give High Praise To U.S. Engineers at Cambrai
Re-reading Bible
Big Prison for Slackers
Rifle Queers Him on Guard
Laughs at Loss of Both Legs; Still Eager to Serve
Mail Censorship Rules Should Be Preserved by Soldiers in Camps
Ask Them to Keep It
No "Official" Service Flag
The Question
Diseases at Camps to be Stamped Out - U.S. Health Officials Begin Step to Eradicate Measles and Pneumonia at Southern Cantonments
To Restrict Entrance to Training Camp
QM Recruits to Camp Jackson
Haig Thanks U.S. Army Engineers
Program by Saxophone Band
Dr. Wright Visits Camp
Camp Lieutenants to Florida School - Seventy-five Second Lieutenants to Jacksonville to Study Quartermaster Work
YMCA Gives Aid to Soldiers
Teaching Men to Use Bayonet
No Smiles in France, Says Congressman Back from War
1,000 Applicants for Training Course - Successful Candidates for Officers' School Must Await Orders from Headquarters
Wilson Has Allotted $31,593,871 of War Fund
Choose Camp Bank Cashier
Examining Applicants for Third Training Camp
Surgical Dressings in Millions are Needed
Panama New Foe to Austria
Date December 17, 1917
Year Range from 1917
Year Range to 1917
Subjects World War I
Camp newspaper
Search Terms Camp Pike, Little Rock, Arkansas