Mr. Frederic Hood Will Tell Experiences in Handling the Labor Situation

Mr. Frederic Hood, president of the Hood Rubber Co., will speak at a meeting of the Engineering School Society in Peirce Hall on Thursday, December 20. His subject will be developed on the point of view of a labor leader.

This talk will be of special interest to men concentrating in economics and to members of the Business School, owing to the fact that Mr. Hood is a great authority on all problems of labor employment and personnel. He is one of the few men to have successfully employed non-union men exclusively throughout this period of labor troubles. He believes absolutely in non-union labor and refuses to have a labor leader dictate his own business policy to him.

Mr. Hood also intends to speak on the merits and demerits of a college man just entering the business or engineering worlds.

There will be refreshments after the lecture.