JAPAN: Naval Visit

Arrived in Manhattan, to booming national salute of 21 guns, the raucous vocalizing of hurrahs and banzais, two Japanese training cruisers, the Iwate and Asama, replete with many hundreds of cadets and their superior officers.

Rear Admiral Charles P. Plunkett of the U. S. Navy marched aboard the Asama to pay his respects to sturdy, genial Rear Admiral Osami Nogano, commanding the two ships. After a few minutes' conversation in the Japanese Admiral's quarters, the U. S. Admiral went ashore to the din of 13 guns, which a Japanese officer explained was the...

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