ARMY & NAVY: Boy Scouts

"I would rather be a boy than King of any country! I would rather be a Boy Scout than be President!"

So, last week, spoke Chief Scout Daniel Carter Beard, 77, founder of U. S. Boy Scouts, at the Boy Scout camp near Bear Mountain, N. Y. Among his listeners were Governor Alfred E. Smith of New York, Governor John E. Martineau of Arkansas, Governor John H. Trumbull of Connecticut, Barron Collier, August Heckscher, Will H. Hays, Edward F. Albee, William H. ("Big Bill") Edwards, General Robert Lee Bullard, and some 800...

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