Daily News from New York, New York on October 28, 1931 · 383
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Daily News from New York, New York · 383

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17 GEN, FOULOIS TO COM DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2S, 1931 MAND ARMY FLIERS Benjamin D. Foulois Washington, D. C, Oct. 27 (Jf). . Tim Artnir will lntp one of its Bloat distinguished ex-privates when command of the Air Corps chan g e s hands in December, but the flying branch still will be headed by a man who started in the ranks. Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois will become chief of the Air Corps Dec. 15. He will succeed Maj. Gen. James E. Fechet, who will retire soon afterward. Fechet ends a brilliant career which began as a private during the Spanish-American War. Foulois has. been running the Army's air force in some capacity or other much of the time since it began. But the Army first knew him as Little Bennie, a willing and capable recruit of 18. One man remembers the day he signed up in the regular Army at the close of the Spanish-American War. Foulois had been a non-com in the volunteers during the war. Before the Philippine campaign ended he was a lieutenant. He was the first Army officer to fly. In 1908 it was a dirigible balloon that he operated. Then he learned to fly the first airplane bought b the Army. He was all the aii force there was for a long time, and the flying appropriation at the beginning was $150 a year. In time he proved the value of airplanes as eyes for an army. He accompanied Gen. Pershing to Mexico in 1916 as commander of the First Aero Squadron. In France he commanded the air service of the First Army, A. E. F. When the war ended he was assigned to one important command after another, climaxed early this year by his leadership of the First Air Division. s- AB5ENT-MINDED PROF MIXES HAT AND CIGARETTE Columbia, Mo Oct. 27 (U.R). Prof. George R. Edwards, instructor in the class in football coaching at the University of .it i r- ". Vt IS II ' 1 M A. mm !wT Missouri, entered the classroom smiling, walked to the hatrack and placed his cigarette upon it. Then he opened the window and tossed out his hat. 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