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THE BUSINESS SCHOOL.

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The interviews which Professor Cherington and Dr. Martin of the Business School have given for this morning's CRIMSON deserve to be very carefully read by any men who are wondering whether or not to attempt a business course when they have graduated from College. And they should also be of a good deal of interest to any who are on the fence of indecision over their future occupations. What these men have said comes as a surprise to the many of us who have not known exactly what the Business School was doing. We have heard rumors now and then that it was giving its men a splendid training and, last year, we heard a somewhat vague story of the training of secretaries for Chambers of Commerce. But until this morning we had no definite idea of this further extension of Harvard's work to practical problems. The distribution of a Harvard System of Accounts for Shoe Retailers was a long step which is an excellent example of the strides which the Business School is making.

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