PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Dec. 28, 1953

¶Dwight P. Robinson Jr., 53, moved up to chairman of the board of trustees of Massachusetts Investors Trust, oldest and biggest open-end investment trust. Robinson set up the trust's research department, became a trustee in 1937, vice chairman of the board in 1950. He replaces Harvardman ('07) Merrill Griswold, who retired to the newly created part-time job of chairman of the advisory board. While Griswold was chairman, the investment trust idea grew so fast that M.I.T.'s assets swelled from $13.6 million to more than $500 million.

¶Frank Abrams, 64, who worked his...

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