New York's Representative Walter Gresham ("Ham") Andrews ought to know as much about the Army as anyone in Congress. A Princeton man ('13), a major of infantry and winner of the D.S.C. in World War I, he has spent most of his 17 years in Congress on military committees. He is now chairman of the House Armed Services Committee. Nevertheless, last week he flunked an Army General Classification Test for enlisted men.
Ohio's portly Clarence Brown, contending that Army qualification standards are too high, gave Andrews the quiz.
Brown: "I want to see whether you can qualify for an enlisted man."
Andrews: "I will...