ARMY & NAVY: General Managers

There are some 200 Infantry Colonels in the U. S. Army. Every four years one of them becomes a Major General simultaneously with his appointment by the President to be Chief of Infantry. This promotion came, last week, to squat, solid Col. Stephen O. Fuqua, 54, commander of the 16th Infantry, Governors Island, N. Y. He succeeds Maj. Gen. Robert H. Allen of Bethesda, Md.

The new Chief, a Louisianan and not a West Pointer, entered military service in the Spanish War as Captain of volunteers. In the Philippines his men were once...

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