IN THE GRADUATE SCHOOLS
Novel Course Starts Monday--To be in Hands of Movie Producers
Monday is the date set for the first lecture of the series on the motion picture industry to be given at the Business School, it was announced yesterday. This series of lectures will be open only to students regularly enrolled in the course of Business Policy.
The speakers and their topics follow: On Monday, March 14, "Introduction to Discussions on the Motion Picture Industry", by J. P. Kennedy '12, President of the Film Booking Offices of America, Inc.; on Tuesday, March 15, "The Motion Picture Industry", by Will H. Hays, President of Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America, Inc.; on Thursday, March 17, "Production Management Problems", by Jesse D. Lasky, Vice-President, Famous Players-Lasky Corporation; "Executive Management", by Adolph Zukor, President, Famous Players-Lasky Corporation, on Saturday, March 19; Sidney R. Kent, General Manager, Famous Players-Lasky Corporation will speak on "Distribution", on March 22; on March 24, R. H. Cochrane, Vice-President of Universal Film Corporation, will speak on "Advertising and Exploitation; and on March 26, A. H. Garland, President, Bowery and East River National Bank of New York, will have for his subject, "Finance". The lectures of the last week will be: "Foreign Development", on March 29, by William Fox, President, Fox Film Corporation, "Theatre Management", on March 30, by Marcus Loew, President, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Distributing Corporation; and "New Developments in Motion Pictures", on March 31, by H. M. Warner, President, Warner Brothers Picture Corporation.