ARMY & NAVY: Job with Japanese


To the Class of 1915 at the U. S. Naval Academy "Dodo," "Si," "Charlie,"; "Mayevski" and "Johnny" all meant happy-go-lucky, good-natured John Semer Farnsworth of Cincinnati. Appointed on recommendation of Representative Nicholas Longworth, long before that T. R. son-in-law became Speaker of the House, Midshipman Farnsworth won a certain notoriety for his bibulous escapades, was recognized by classmates as an able scholar and tactician. Few years after graduation he took up aviation, studied hard and long, became a Lieutenant Commander in 1925. Two years later his Naval career ended...

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