THIRD BUSINESS SCHOOL TALK TO BE HELD FRIDAY

FOURTH LECTURE WILL DEAL WITH PROBLEMS OF LABOR

On Friday, the third in a series of meetings of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration of the Graduate School of Business Administration, will be held in Baker Library. Dr. Willis R. Whitney, formerly Director of Research of the General Electric Company, will be the principle speaker. His topic will be "The Relation of Science to Industry."

On Friday, April 28, Mr. Sidney Hillman, President of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America, and Mr. Spencer Miller, Jr., Secretary of the Workers Educational Bureau of America, will be the guest speakers. Mr. Hillman will speak on "A Shorter Working Day and a Minimum Wage." Mr. Miller's topic will be "The Challenge to Labor of the New Leisure."

The last in a series of five meetings celebrating the anniversary of the Business School will be held on Friday, May 5. At that time the Honorable Frederick M. Davenport, Representative to Congress from the state of New York, will be the speaker.