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Catalog Number 2013.25.9
Object Name Newspaper
Accession number 2013.25
Description Camp Newspaper

The Dodger
Camp Dodge, Iowa
Volume 1, Number 32
April 26, 1918

Articles Included:

Secretary of War Will Ask for More Men - Wants Size of Army Commensurate With Facilities for Transportation - Experts Prepare Data - Congress Stands Ready to Do Big Things for the Army
Camp Dodge Deserter is Caught in St. Paul
Soldier Saves Twenty Lives by His Bravery - Sergt Atkinson, 350th Infantry, Risks Life to Save Comrades at Camp Dodge
People at Home Must Wield the Nation's Sword - Col. Applin, British Officer, Says Women Must be Behind Their Men to Win
Col. Roosevelt May Visit Men at Camp Dodge - Will Speak in Des Moines May and Will Probably Come to Camp Dodge
Sergeant Major Kepler is Sent to Fort Sill
Soldiers Camp on Rifle Range
Prisoners Held in Guard House Escape Monday - Are Later Caught in a Cornfield by Members of the M.P. and Returned
First, Greatest and Best
Eight Sent to Ft. Leavenworth
British Captain is Promoted
New Men Will be Assigned to Organizations - Second Movement of New Men to Camp Dodge Will Start in May
"Discipline, which is the Instantaneous and Willing Obedience to Orders, is what Wins Modern Battles" Says Colonel Applin of the British Army to Men Here
88th Division to See Service on Firing Line - Chief of Staff Assures Men That Eighty-eighth is Not a Depot Division - Men Anxious to Go Over - Will Go to France as a Division at the Proper Time
Sixty-Four Ask Leave to Help on Farms
Germans Cannot Afford to Lose Any More Time - Must Break Through Allied Lines in Very Short Time or Fail Altogether - Playing with Time Limit - Have Been See-sawing Back and Forth for Past Week
Pass Bill on Commutation of Quarters - New Law Means Payment of About $33,000,000 to Officers, Says Congress
Holiday at Camp Today
Three Years for Leaving His Post
Captain Cogswell is Now a Major
Look These Over
How Long Would it Take You to Fix Sentences? - Here Are Some of the Tests Given to Men in the Officers' Training School
Given Two Years for Stealing
Corp. Beverly to Study Military Psychology
Among the Regiments
British Army Insignia
Work Delayed on Red Cross Nurses' Home - Plans Submitted for Building Were Too Small; New Ones Are Being Made
Keep Fighting
Increased Pay
The Big Country Will be Preserved
The Italian Instance
Start Work on New Red Cross Home at Camp - Home for Convalescent Soldiers Will be Connected with Base Hospital
Private Peat Says Germans are Stopped - Says Huns Have Not Got a Chance to Break Through English Line
Remount Show to be Staged Next Sunday - Big Round-up, Which Was Postponed Last Week, Will be Held Sunday Afternoon
The Adventures of Percival James Fitzhugh by E.S. Howes
Dodge Officers to be Observers
"Private Peat" Leads in Popularity Here
Music Festival Announced Here
Captain Laws Dies from Meningitis
Card of Thanks
Mike Gibbons and Packey McFarland to Meet in Six Round Bout Here Tonight - Two Well-Known Boxers Will Furnish Main Bout in Big Meet with Camp Taylor
Boxing Lessons for Soldiers
Hospital Tem Defeath Omaha League Team
Want Solicitors for the Dodger
Officers Lay Out Own Golf Course
Picardy Battle Renewed
Draft Laws to Deal with Vice in Army Cities - Law Enforcement Bureau Drafts Laws to be Adopted by Cities Near Camps
Date April 26, 1918
Year Range from 1918
Year Range to 1918
Subjects World War I
Newspapers
Camp newspaper
Camps
Search Terms Camp Dodge, Johnston, Iowa
88th Division