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Felton Announces Series of Business School Lectures

Lowell, Lippmann, Heubner, O'Brien Are Possible Speakers


Several prominent men have been engaged to address the Business School Association and Faculty, according to Arthur P. Felton 2GB., chairman of the Committee on Speakers. Although Felton declined to set any definite dates for the talks at this time, he announced the following list of probable lecturers:

John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers; Joseph Turney, assistant to Joseph B. Eastman, Director of Railroads; L. D. H. Weld, research director of McCann-Erickson; Robert L. O'Brien '91, chairman of the Federal Tariff Commission and former editor of the Boston Herald-Traveler; and Walter Lippmann '10.

Other possible speakers are: Dean Willets of the Wharton School; Professor S. S. Huebner; and President emeritus Lowell.

These lectures will be open only to members of the Business School.

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