Business: Honest Wall Street

Freshmen of the University of Virigina fidgeted at the convocation, last week, of the institution's 104th academic year. Thomas Jefferson founded the school; Edgar Allen Poe roistered there. Roistering long ago yielded to sly escapades in Charlottesville and pranks along the countryside. Scholarship persists, and so lively and alert that businessmen like to address the students.

Vice President Charles Cason of the Chemical National Bank of Manhattan was University of Virginia's businessman speaker last week. He waited for the restless students to quiet down, then said: "The real responsible leaders in Wall Street...

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