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French soldiers building military roads behind the lines
in the Somme, where the greatest battle in history is being
fought. The stones for the roads are brought up by canal
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fy") Lewis, for
mer left fielder
for the Boston
Red Sox, who
won fame in
two world se
ries, is now a
chief petty of
ficer in the
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Lieut. J. H. Craige, U. S. M. C., former University of
Pennsylvania star athlete and for eight years holder of A. A.
U. eastern middleweight boxing championship, is athletics di
rector for the big Marine Corps encampment at Quantico, Va.
(Copyright by Harris & Ewing.)
French hussars in the
Somme sector, where the
greatest battle in history is
being waged; in this battle
the cavalry of both the Brit
ish and French have had their
long-wai^ed-for opportunity to
show their mettle.
(Copyright by International Film Service.)
T atrst tvoe Handlev Page British bombing plane, used over German cities.
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This dugout in a trench held by the Americans is used as a first-aid dressing station by
the hospital division.
(PaJwed aad copyrighted by Committee on Public
Information. Prom Central News Photo Service.)
Duke P. Kahanamoku,
swimming champion of Ha
waii, ia to compete in 50 and
100 yard swims in the United
States this summer.
(Photo from Underwood & Underwood. I
gas attack or
(Photo from Central New? Photo 8ervlce.)