MANAGEMENT: How Not to Commit Suicide

Businessmen with heart trouble should always run to catch their trains, shovel snow, smoke two packs of cigarettes a day and lose their tempers frequently. Fat men should eat heartily to make sure they stay fat. Middle-aged executives should play 72 holes of golf or five sets of tennis singles with a teen-ager every weekend. Above all, every executive should work as if there were 28 hours in each day, and whenever an ailment crops up, avoid doctors and treat it himself.

These suicide tips are Dr. Peter J. Steincrohn's shock treatment for...

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