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Continuing its raid into the ranks of the front page news headlines, the Business School Alumni Association last night announced that Arthur Krock, Washington correspondent of the New Times, and Edwin S. Smith '15, of the National Labor Relations Board, have agreed to address its annual meeting on Friday and Saturday of next week.
His cap feathered by an exclusive interview with President Roosevelt in February, Krock won the 1938 Pulitzer Prize in his field. Washington writer since 1909, he is regarded as an especially well-qualified interpreter of latest national developments.
Smith will discuss "The National Labor Relations Act and Business," drawing from his experience on the Massachusetts Commission for Labor and Industries and at his present job since 1934.
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