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Aviation: Mr. Mac & Messrs. Douglas

Chairman James S. McDonnell, 67, of St. Louis' McDonnell Co., builds some of the world's best airplanes, and has become even better known by making NASA's...

Aviation: Back in the Fight

Grinning like a baseball pitcher who had just walloped a grand-slam homer, McDonnell Douglas Corp. President David S. Lewis stood up at a Chicago press...

Management: Mr. Mac Tries Again

Beset by financial woes, California's pioneering Douglas Aircraft Co. last week was 1) negotiating with eight banks for a loan of about $100 million, some $56...

Education: New Money

From the success of the biggest fund-raising drive in the history of American undergraduate education (at Harvard) to an unexpected $1,000,000 from a retired...

Milestones, Sep. 1, 1980

BORN. To David Halberstam, 46, Pulitzer-prizewinning Viet Nam correspondent for the New York Times and bestselling author of The Best and the Brightest and The...

People: Jun. 2, 1967

A pretty young cellist, identified on her sweatshirt as "Frank Furter," started things off by walloping a solid single past a guy who plays viola and...

Profits: The First Quarter

As annual meetings came to order last week, news of pinched profits during the first quarter of 1967 did little to dampen the spirit of this capitalistic rite...

Business: DON'T GET PANICKY

AS ITS new president, the " U.S. Chamber of Commerce last week elected St. Louis Banker William A. McDonnell, 63, chairman of the city's First National Bank and...

AVIATION: Up from the Doodlebug

On a freezing December night in 1928, a weird-looking little monoplane called "the Doodlebug" took off from a Milwaukee airfield and headed hopefully in the...

Education: TAKE-OFF UNIVERSITIES

AMERICANS dream of college as an ivied campus in the country. But more than 70% of them now live in urban areas, and the urban university is their cultural...

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