BANKING: Summer School

Students toiling through the steaming heat of the University of North Carolina's arboreal campus last week looked bug-eyed at an odd contingent of incoming summer-schoolers. The newcomers were 233 men and women, working bankers from Virginia and North & South Carolina, come to attend the fourth annual session of the North Carolina Bankers Conference.

No fuzzy-eyed freshmen of a Wall Street bond school, the bankers knew exactly what they were doing. Each had paid $20 for his five-day course in practical banking. Tried out experimentally in 1937 by North Carolina's hefty,...

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