THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Sep. 14, 1925

¶ Captain Adolphus Andrews, skipper of the Mayflower, wrote what was generally regarded as a tolerant finis to the incident in which two of Mr. Coolidge's Marine guards were detected in a lapse of duty. Captain Adolphus ruled that one of the men, Corporal Andrew Chantos of Cleveland, should have the benefit of certain doubts as to whether he was at fault at all. He was allowed to go scot free, and Private Clarence Key, sommolent Texan, "convicted of inefficiency and neglect of duty while on post at White Court," was sentenced to...

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