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September 13, 1918

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Two deaths from Spanish influenza are reported and named: Isaac Smith of Willow Springs, Missouri, and David McDougal of Quincy, Massachusetts. Smith a shipping apprentice died at the Brooks emergency hospital at Corey Hill, Boston. The war department announces it will not restrict the college football schedules.

Source: "Two Deaths Caused by Spanish Influenza," The Chattanooga News, Chattanooga, Tennessee, September 13, 1918. Page 13, Column 3.

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