PERSONNEL: Deny That Rumor!

Spriest of all financial oldsters is a testy, box-jawed Bostonian named Frederick Henry Prince, who is, among other things, the money behind Chicago's smelly Stock Yard and the Board Chairman of Armour & Co. Last week two big newspapers, the New York Times and the Chicago Tribune, carried a story about Financier Prince: that in view of his approaching (Nov. 24) 80th birthday, he would not stand for reelection to the chairmanship of Armour. The explanation given, that a younger man would be able to devote more time to the company's management, was plausible enough, since Prince has scarcely set...

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