Five big days in Omaha, 37,155 War veterans registered, and two-thirds again as many estimated present but not registered—such was the 7th annual convention of the American Legion. The high spots:

Coolidge. The President appeared before the second meeting of the convention and spoke. (See THE PRESIDENCY) That afternoon he reviewed the parade of legionaires.

Aeronautics. The chief fighting matter before the convention was Col. William Mitchell's aviation charges. A large section of the convention was for taking a stand directly behind. A bitter contest was feared. The Aeronautics Committee struggled for...

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