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Cover Story, "China's Open Wall"

With U.S.-Chinese relations making headlines around the world, this issue of The Columns features excerpts of a lecture given at Memphis State University on February 10 by James C. H. Shen, Nationalist Chinese Ambassador to the U.S. Mr. Shen was the first speaker of the 1972 M. L. Seidman Town Hall Lectures Series VI, entitled " China's Open Wall." The lecture series was begun in 1967 by P. K. Seidman, a partner in the firm of Seidman and Seidman, certified public accountants, in memory of his brother. M. L. Seidman was a syndicated columnist on tax matters for more than 100 newspapers.

Also featured, "A banker with his head in the clouds"

One thing an athlete learns to do is fall. Especially if he's playing football. But for Larry Frankenbach, who played defensive end for Memphis State for four years, falling has become a sport in itself, leaving aircraft at altitudes of 3,000 feet and more to speed earthward under a parachute. Larry is a sport parachutist - a skydiver. Just about the same time he began skydiving, Larry joined Union Planters National Bank as a management trainee in the marketing division, having worked for the bank the summer before selling Master Charge services to businesses


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The Columns, 1972 April