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Prominent among the courses listed for the second half year at the Business School, the course of Business Conditions marks another milestone in the steady progress of the graduate school since its inception in 1927. Its general aim, an interpretation by the student of the tendencies affecting general business conditions, is an academic expansion of the principles recently employed by the faculty in its survey of the leading basic industries engaged in the manufacture and distribution of building materials.

Its advantages to a future business career are perhaps more obvious. A general knowledge of the current influences affecting the business man's particular locality would be an invaluable aid in determining the ever-present equation of supply and demand. This replacement of haphazard judgments by scientific research means more than reading between the lines of Industrial reports. It is the substitution of fact for fancy.

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