Business: Rotarians

The U. S. Rotarians, who voyaged on an excursion to Ostend, Belgium, for the Rotary International convention (TIME, June 6), listened with rapt attention to King Albert of Belgium last week. His Majesty, himself a Rotarian, praised the U. S. delegates "whose crossing of the Atlantic—the Atlantic which your fellow countryman, Captain Lindbergh, crossed alone in some 30 hours—is indeed an important event. It proves the strength of Rotarian feeling and co-operative spirit."

Later the Rotarians elected Arthur H. Sapp of Huntington, Ind., president of the Rotary International. He had no opposition.

President Sapp. Arthur H. Sapp, 44, lawyer, thrice an Indiana...

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