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Regarded in some circles as present liaison man between big business and the administration, John M. Hanes, of the Securities and Exchange Commission, is one of the featured speakers at the eighth annual meeting of the Business School Alumni Association here on Friday and Saturday, June 17 and 18.
Sharing the spotlight, Joseph B. Eastman, of the Interstate Commerce Commission, speaks in the Baker Library on the afternoon of the first day, together with Malcolm P. McNair '16, professor of Marketing, and J. Franklin Ebersole, professor of Finance.
The annual dinner and session in Dunster House Friday evening should provide the highlight of the sessions. With John M. Whittier, president of the Business alumni in the chair, speakers include President Conant, Dean Donham, and Hanes.
On Saturday morning William L. Crum, professor of Economics, heads the list of Baker Library speakers, as released this morning.
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