National Affairs: Codman to Crusaders

Zealous young businessmen can get out and raise money for a Cause, but they seldom can spare the time from their pleasures and occupations to carry on the great work themselves. Founder and commander-in-chief of the Crusaders, year-old anti-Prohibition organization, is Fred G.

Clark, Cleveland oilman (TIME, Jan. 27). Last week he announced that, like any modern, well-run body of opinion, the Crusaders will henceforth have a paid pro fessional director who will devote all his time and talents to the organization's work. New National Executive Commander of the Crusaders is Col. Julian Codman, Bos ton lawyer, longtime foe of Prohibition, an...

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