Business: Top Ten

The U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce, representing 2,300 local groups of young men under 36, last week named "America's Ten Outstanding Young Men of 1953." The ten:

> Medical Researcher Dr. Albert Schatz, 33, professor at Pennsylvania's National Agricultural College, for his role in the discovery of the wonder drug, streptomycin (TIME, Jan. 8, 1951).

> Crusading Newspaperman Walter Horace Carter, 32, editor and co-publisher of the Tabor City (N.C.) Tribune, for his fight against the Ku Klux Klan (TIME, May 11).

> Utah's Republican Congressman Douglas R. Stringfellow, 31, paralyzed as the result...

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