CHINA: Don't Degenerate!

Secretary of War Dwight Filley Davis would never think of suggesting that President Calvin Coolidge ought to do his own marketing, or that Mrs. Coolidge ought to be the White House cook. But just such suggestions were made last week by China's Minister of War, the great Marshal Feng Yu-hsiang.

Addressing the Committee of Yuans, on which sit both the President of China and Mrs. Chiang Kaishek, Marshal Feng drew himself up to his potent height of six feet and said:

"I desire to emphasize the necessity of economy, both for our new...

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