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Catalog Number 2013.25.3
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2013.25
Description Camp Newspaper

The Dodger
Camp Dodge, Iowa
Volume 1, Number 20
February 1, 1918

Articles Included:
May Establish Quartermaster Depot at Camp - Need for Such a Depot Near Here is Now Very Great, Say High Officials
Fido Must Have a License to Live
Depressor for Enfield Rifle
Take Very Few Prisoners Now, Says Andrews - No Quarter is Asked of Germans and None is Given, Says Scotch Soldier
Make Promotions to Fill Vacancies
Cartoon - German Measles
List of Things Officers 'Going Over' Will Need - Will Be Much Cheaper to Buy Them Here Instead of "Over There"
Camp Athletic Director is Now A Captain, N.A. - Coach John F. Griffith Received Commission from the War Department Tuesday
Start Campaign to Improve the Morals in Camp - Signs in Buildings Urge Soldiers to "Kindly Kuit Kussing" and Write Home
Much Less Food Now Being Sent to Men at Camp - Parcel Post Mail Has Dropped Off 50 Per Cent, Say Postoffice Officials
Refuse to Invite Soldiers to Homes
Transportation Facilities Good
Walt Mason Writes Rhyme for Dodger - Smileage Books
Water and Heating in Charge of Specialists
Pay Income Tax on All Expenses
Camp Library is Now Open to Soldiers - There Will Soon Be Over 15,000 Books for Soldiers in the New Library
Three Thousand Attend Performance
President of Carlton College at Camp Sunday
Italians Strike A Succession of Powerful Blows - Now Have Large Advantage Over Austrians Who Are Hindered by Snow
Orders to Send All Unassigned Officers Here - Although Division Headquarters Has Received No Word to This Effect
Hard to Obtain Field Glasses
Educate Our Civilians
Soul Savers
Pro-Germans are Pan-Germans
Poetry by E.S. Howes
May Build New Dormitory for Hostess House - Have Not Enough Sleeping Rooms for Lady Visitors at Camp
List from Ft. Sill
The Adventures of Percival James Fitzhugh by E.S. Howes
Better Be Dead Hero than Live Coward-Abramo - Italian Hero Tells Brother at Camp Dodge to Always Do His Duty
Co. Is Without a Phonograph
What Kind of a Valentine Will Soldiers Send?
Punishment for Auto Speeders
Final Drive to Make Division 100 Per Cent - War Risk Insurance for Soldiers Closes February 12th; Policies Must Be in There
Must be Mustered
Use Movies to Teach Soldiers
No Place at Camp Dodge for a Turk
Soldiers Write Many Letters
Army Definitions Have Not Changed Much Since 1898
Bar Peddlers Unless They Have a License
Photographic Unit Announced at Camp
No Sweaters as Outer Garments
Sell Smileage Tickets to Pay for Camp Shows - Tickets Will be Sold Throughout the Country and May Be Sent to Soldiers
Another Letter to Miss Estelle from a Soldier - Tells His Side of Those Little Entertainments Given to Soldiers
Give Free Legal Aid to Soldiers
Teach Exchanges Business Methods
New System of Teaching French
New Outfit for Soldiers When They Get 'Over' - Will Wear Spiral Leggings, Trench Coats and Steel Helmets in the Trenches
Soldier-Robber Still at Large
Red-Haired Corporal is Working Hard to Get in Condition for the Kaiser
Soldiers of the 88th Are 'Hunhuskers' - Name Selected by General Getty from Thousands that Were Submitted
Census Shows Most Soldiers are Religious - Ninety Per Cent of the Men at Camp Dodge Profess Some Religion
Soldiers Pop Corn at YMCA
Colored Soldier Says Pays to Take Big Policy
Few Families Fail to Receive Allotments
Discharge all Swiss Soldiers
Repair Soldiers' Shoes in Des Moines Shop
Soldiers Now Using French Greetings Here - The Old "Howdy" Has Given Way to French Expression, "Comment Allez-vous"
Camp Johnson Company Learns French Anthem
Bill to Commission Army Field Clerks
Amy Chaplains Have Busy Time During the War - Chaplain H.B. Boyd Had Nineteen Engagements During Month of January
Open Liberty Theater with a Good Comedy - Big Cantonment Playhouse to be Formally Opened Next Wednesday Night
Best Chef at Camp Starts a Restaurant
Many Concerts Planned Sunday
Vaudeville Star Visits Soldiers
Attractions at the Theatres
Julian Anhalt to Manage New Dodge Theater - Was Manager of Republic Theater, One of the Largest in New York City
Capt. Morrissey Best Swordsman in U.S. Army
No Ice Rinks for Soldiers
Great Magician to show at 'Y'S'
Soldier's Shoe Shop
Biggest Musical Event Was Held Thursday Night - Famous Musician, Bohumir Kryl, Leads Regimental Bands in Grand Concert
Supply Instruction Books to Soldiers
Camp Dodge Swamps Camp Funston in Big Athletic Tournament at Kansas City - Local Athletes Win All Military Events, Three Wrestling and Two Boxing Bouts
Officers May Buy From Q.M.
Playing Basketball Championship Games
Gymnasium Fund Growing Steadily
Burke Takes Sick Boxers Place and Wins Fast Match
Dodge Quintet Plays Nebraska
Pick Fastest Company Here
Italians Thrust the Foe Back
Pick Representatives to Big Indoor Meet
Athletics Will Help Win War
Twelve-Round Boxing Match in Des Moines
Among the Regiments
Second Athletic Meet with Camp Funston will be Held at Omaha Saturday Night
Athletic Teams From the Two Camps to Clash Again; Proceeds Go to Gym Funds
Date February 1, 1918
Year Range from 1918
Year Range to 1918
Subjects World War I
Camp newspaper
Smileage Book
Libraries (Rooms)
Hostess house
Field glasses
Search Terms Camp Dodge, Johnston, Iowa
88th Division