People, Nov. 13, 1933

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

A Cambridge, Mass, bank engaged in a minor financial transaction with a man named Sprague, inquired of Mr. Sprague's regular bankers if his credit was good, got the following reply: "Mr. Oliver Mitchell Wentworth Sprague has been our client for many years and has always had our confidence in his credit and integrity. Mr. Sprague holds the Edmund Cogswell Converse Professorship of Banking & Finance at Harvard and has served as professor of Economics at the Imperial University in Tokyo. In 1930 he went...

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