ARMY & NAVY: Annapolis Changes


Biggest house on the Annapolis grounds, the white glazed-brick quarters of the U. S. Naval Academy's Superintendent have been occupied since 1934 by onetime Commander-in-Chief of the U. S. fleet, David Foote Sellers. Rear Admiral Sellers reaches .the navy's statutory retirement age of 64 next February. Last week Secretary of the Navy Claude A. Swanson announced the name of his successor who will move in as Superintendent next Feb. i: Rear Admiral Wilson Brown Jr., now commander of the U. S. fleet's training detachment.

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