Radio: The Winners

The American who did best at the stock market last week was a ten-year-old boy. Leonard Ross, 4 ft. 4 in. tall, of Tujunga, Cal., started reading books about far-off Wall Street at the age of seven, when his father, a certified public accountant, roused his interest in the market. Once Lenny had acquired some learning, it was plain that the way to make a killing without risking the capital he didn't have was to become a contestant on a television quiz show.

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