Business: Yalemen Convicted

"Boys, you've got the world by the tail," chuckled Yale's old Professor Irving Fisher some ten years ago when a couple of bright young graduates outlined their plans for exploiting a patented automatic stop & go traffic signal. By last week these two bright young Yalemen had discovered that if they did have the world by the tail, that was a very poor place to catch it. In Federal District Court in Manhattan Wallace Graydon Garland, class of 1925, and Arnold Caverly Mason, class of 1928, were convicted of conspiracy and mail fraud on...

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