The sub-committee of the Monetary Commission appointed by the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House under the provisions of the currency bill passed at the last session of Congress, at their last meeting passed a resolution inviting A. P. Andrew '95, assistant professor of economics in the University, to assist them in their work. Professor Andrew is one of the leading authorities of the country on currency problems and he will sit with the committee at the hearings, at which representative financial and business men will be asked to give their views as to the country's needs in the matter of currency revision.
Professor Andrew to Aid Commission
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