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American Board Panel Seen Recommending Kolton, No. 2 Man, as Successor to Saul
By By RICHARD E. RUSTIN Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL,
The Wall Street Journal,
May 14, 1971
NEW YORK--A blue-ribbon committee that has been seeking a new president for the American Stock Exchange is expected to recommend that Paul Kolton, the exchange's executive vice president, be named to succeed Ralph S. Saul, who announced his resignation two months ago.
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