This I Believe. Contrary to popular fancy, there are captains of industry who handle things besides high finance. Take, for example, Cleveland E. Dodge, vice-president of the huge Phelps Dodge copper mining corporation, his interest in education and social welfare has propelled him into the affairs of such institutions as the YMCA, the Teacher’s College of Columbia University, the Protestant Council of New York, and even the Museum of Natural History. He is president of the Near East Foundation, which helps the impoverished peoples of countries like Greece and Iran in such vital matters as crop yield and malaria control. In his sixties now, Cleveland Dodge is a family man too, a grandfather of eight, with thoughtful observations on an active life.