Business: General of Industry

LUCIUS DUBIGNON CLAY

AMONG U. S.

professional soldiers who have won star-studded reputations in the postwar business world, the out standing example is General Lucius DuBignon Clay, the compact (5 ft. 9 in., 170 tbs.), hard-driving chairman and chief executive of Continental Can Co. West Pointer ('18) Clay, 62, carried out one of the biggest logistical jobs in history as director of materiel in the Army Service Forces in World War II. After war's end, as commander in chief of U.S. forces in Europe and Military Governor of the U.S. Zone, he directed the...

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