Since the announcement six weeks ago by the Business School that it would have an extra session beginning January 30, 1933, more than 250 men have made inquiries concerning the scope of the new plan. According to W. B. Donham '98, dean of the School, the letters of inquiry represent a nation wide interest. Many have come to the school to discuss the new course which will be a comprehensive arrangement of the regular first year curriculum.
Twenty-five men have already registered, thus making it certain that the session will be held. In addition to those considering entrance, the opening of the course has brought many expressions of approval from leaders of the business world. They have expressed their commendation for the School's making its utilities available to constructive training at this time.