The President appointed Dr: William M. Jardine, President of the Kansas State Agricultural College, and a member of the President's Agricultural Conference, to be Secretary of Agriculture.

The bare facts of Mr. Jardine's career are that he, now 46, spent his boyhood on his father's ranch in Idaho punching cattle and breaking broncos. At 17, he went to Big Hole, Montana, and worked as helper on a dairy farm. Then he went to the Utah Agricultural College where he played football for four years, becoming captain of the team. Summers he spent on...

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