Born: May 19, 1897
Died: September 29, 1998
Occupation: Author, Banking Executive, and Toastmaster
Profile: Vice President of the First National Bank of Chicago. Contributor to The Saturday Evening Post and Reader's Digest.
Number of Quotes: 4
A great many people mistake opinions for thoughts.
A visitor from Mars could easily pick out the civilized nations. They have the best implements of war.
Company policymeans there's no understandable reason for this action.
The trouble with opportunity is that it always comes disguised as hard work.