LESSONS FOR COPS WILL BE HELD IN NEW LECTURE HALL

A Harvard classroom will be filled with a new type of student next week when the New Lecture Hall will be turned over for the use of the 1930 sessions of the Middlesex County police school. District Attorney R. T. Bushnell '19 announced last night that he had received President Lowell's consent to hold a series of lectures by experts and criminologists of nation-wide fame in the University's building.

The sessions, which will be held at night, and will in no way interfere with the routine of Harvard classes now meeting in the New Lecture Hall, will be attended by policemen from all over the state. The development of the state police school has been an outstanding achievement of the career of Attorney Bushnell, who has been devoting himself of late to wholehearted attacks on the Watch and Ward Society.