ARMY: Colonel T. R.

Theodore Roosevelt Jr., 53, fortnight ago laid down his civilian job (vice president of Doubleday Doran & Co.), put on his uniform as a reserve infantry colonel. He was ordered to Fort Devens, Mass., there last week won thumping recognition. He was made commanding officer of one of the Regular Army's crack regiments, the 26th Infantry* of the war-famed First Division. It was his second assignment to the same job, for in 1918, in the Argonne, Roosevelt was upped from battalion command to lead the 26th, stumped away from a hospital (he had...

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