Education: Mayor to Princeton

Louisville's mayor, bushy-browed, tight-lipped Neville Miller, son of Shackelford Miller, onetime Chief Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, has an academic as well as a political background. After graduation from Princeton (where he played varsity soccer, managed the swimming team) and Harvard Law School, he taught law for ten years, in 1930 became the first dean of the University of Louisville School of Law. He resigned in 1933 to be elected the first Democratic mayor of Louisville in 16 years. In Louisville, he staged a financial and governmental reorganization, became president of...

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