Captain A. W. Bjornstad, 16th Infantry, has been detailed as military instructor at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., a new department at that institution.
Harvard is to be congratulated upon securing the services of Captain Bjornstad, but how he will like the atmosphere of Boston, the home of the anti imperialist and "anti" pretty much every thing else, is another matter.
Captain Bjornstad has been on the 0-8. Army General Staff and has served as military attache at Berlin and as observer with the German armies. He has been on duty with his regiment in Mexico and prior to this was one of the faculty of the Army Service School at Fort Leavenworth, where he himself graduated at the head of the class of 1909, with distinguished honors.
Captain Bjornstad is a military genius of international reputation and is recognized as one of the "master minds" of the American army. Be will be recalled in El Paso, where he has hosts of friends as the organizer and first head of the successful army baseball league of 1915. El Paso Herald.
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