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With the opening of the first full year in its new buildings, the Harvard Business School has made several valuable additions to its teaching staff. A new course in Business History, given by Professor H. S. B. Gras, former Professor in the University of Minnesota, has been added to the curriculum.

Professor H. G. Lewis, former, Dean of the University of Washington' Business School, is taking the post of Professor of Marketing. After giving one course on International Comercial Relations here last year, Professor J. Anton De Haas, formerly of New York University, is taking his place as a full member of the Business School faculty.

Two of the new lecturers come directly from business firms of national reputation so that the students will have the advantage of teaching moulded by experience in actual business practice. H. N. Sweet, formerly with the accounting firm of Lybrand, Ross Brothers, and Montgomery, will be lecturing this year in accounting. Profesosr Sweet will also collaborate with Assistant Professor Hanson in a course on accounting. Mr. J. W. Horwitz, graduate of the Business School two years ago, who has spent a year with the B. F. Sturtevant Company, will be Assistant Professor of Business Statistics.

A course on Industrial Management is to be given this year by Professor E. B. Robbins, visiting lecturer from the University of Oregon.

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