ARMY & NAVY: At West Point

Last Saturday, President Coolidge promoted Brigadier General Merch Bradt Stewart, U. S. A., to be Major General Stewart. On Tuesday, Major General Stewart retired from the Army, pleading physical disability. When he did so, the U. S. Military Academy at West Point, N. Y., lost its superintendent.

To fill the vacancy thus caused on the active list of general officers, Brigadier General Richmond P. Davis of Camp Lewis (Washington state) was made a Major General and Colonel Walter C. Short, a San Juan Hill hero,...

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