THE CABINET: Warrior-Engineer

It seemed to the forefathers of the U. S. that waterways were most important to the Army. Hence to permit the building of a bridge or to undertake the digging of a Panama Canal the War Department must be called upon, and the Department must call upon its warrior-engineers. When an engineer is President, it is but logical that things should happen in the War Department.

Last week there happened a new chief of Warrior-Engineers. President Hoover picked him-Brigadier-General Lytle Brown, graduate of Vanderbilt University. West Point and the General Staff College...

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