Education: Desire

Two years ago John D. Clark, 46-year-old millionaire, resigned his positions as President of Midwest Refining Co., director of Standard Oil Co. of Indiana, Vice President of Pan-American Petroleum & Transport Co. Instead of retiring he went to Johns Hopkins University to study economics and law. Last week the University of Denver got a unique businessman-professor and Mr. Clark fulfilled a lifelong desire. He joined the Denver faculty to teach economics.

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