National Affairs: Annapolis Change

Unlike the graduates of other institutions of higher learning, alumni of the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis do not hark back as one man to their days under Old Prexy So-and-so. The Annapolis superintendent changes every two years or so as the Navy's admirals are sent to sea or to new desk jobs. Last week a new Annapolis superintendent was designated by Secretary Wilbur, to succeed Rear Admiral Louis McCoy Nulton. Rear Admiral Nulton, raised to Vice Admiral, will go to command the battleship divisions of the U. S. battle fleet. To Annapolis will go Rear Admiral Samuel Shelburne Robison,*...

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