ARMY & NAVY: Moseley's Day Off

George Van Horn Moseley is a military freak. While in service most army officers feel obliged to bottle up their opinions, but he has not hesitated to announce his belief that more money should be spent on syphilis prevention and less on national defense, that immigration of Austro-German refugees should be facilitated but they should be sterilized before being admitted to the U. S. Last week tart, leathery Major General Moseley, having passed 43 years in the service and two in command of the U. S. Third Army, retired, as all army men...

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