Business & Finance: Too Old!

At a stockholders' meeting of the U. S. Steel Corporation in Hoboken, N. J., one E. R. Armstrong, shareholder, arose to bait Judge Elbert H. Gary, veteran Chairman of the Board. Judge Gary's naturally florid countenance blenched somewhat as Mr. Armstrong cried:

"Isn't the United States Steel corporation in danger of being outclassed by other corporations headed by younger men? Isn't it possible that the directing heads of the United States Steel corporation are too old in view of the staid and stolid policies of the management? I mean...

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