GREAT BRITAIN: Doped Hurdler?

As tightly as he fills his own bulging vest does Sir Josiah Charles Stamp fill his various important posts in London. As a Director of the Bank of England, this pink and pleasant knight is second only in reputation to Montagu Norman. He is also chairman of the London, Midland & Scottish Railway, a colonel of the Royal Engineers, general treasurer of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, and a much sought-after lecturer at Oxford and Cambridge.

In London last week, Sir Josiah, after some hesitation, gave newsmen a trenchant criticism...

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