THE CABINET: Again, Career Men


Last week President Coolidge, on the advice of Secretary of State Kellogg, lifted three wise men of Princeton, Yale and Harvard out of the Department of State, appointed them to important diplomatic posts.

To Budapest, Hungary, will be sent the Princeton man, Joshua Butler Wright, to succeed Theodore Brentano as U. S. Minister. Ignorant Hungarian newspapers expressed proud surprise that the U. S. Secretary of State had been made Minister to their country. Blithely unconscious of Mr. Kellogg's Secretaryship, they attached all manner...

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