Captain Dollar Speaks

Captain Robert Dollar of San Francisco, dean of American ship owners, appeared in New York, and made several speeches stamped with his incisive personality. A Scotsman by birth, the self-made magnate of American Pacific Shipping, the leader of the unsuccessful right against the La Follette Seamen's Bill, he is still, although nearly 80, the eager champion of an American privately owned merchant marine.

He gave a dinner to 100 members of the shipping industry, among them Edward P. Farley, the man appointed to succeed Albert D. Lasker, Chairman...

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