Deane W. Malott, associate professor of Business, will address the New York Herald-Tribune's Fourth Annual Conference on Current Problems at the Waldorf-Astoria this afternoon. Mr. Malott, who has been publicizing the Business School, will talk on "The Young College Man in the Depression." The speech will be put on the National Broadcasting Company's chain. Other speakers at the session will be Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Mayor LaGuardia, Will Irwin, Glenn Frank, Pearl Buck, Hugh Walpole, Dorothy Thompson, Emily Post, Dr. Stanley King, Miss Frances Perkins, and Robert M. LaFollette.
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