Business & Finance: Personnel: Mar. 20, 1933

Last week two educators were business news:

President James Rowland Angell of Yale accepted the vacant chair of Calvin Coolidge on the board of New York Life Insurance Co. (where he will be a colleague of President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia). Dr. Angell's feelings: "Life insurance ... is one of the great triumphs of modern civilization."

Dean Harry Augustus Bigelow of the University of Chicago Law School was appointed trustee of bankrupt Insull Utility Investments, Inc., after Calvin Fentress and William W. Wheelock had been disqualified by Judge Wilkerson because they were elected by...

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