The organization meeting of the Harvard Business Council, previously announced for Friday, will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in the Dunster House Common Room and is open to all undergraduates.
Founded last year by Kurt Vogt '40, the Council is designed to be an informal discussion group with prominent business men concerning problems of government economic policies and their connection with business.
Last year, distinguished guests included the presidents of the New England Telephone and Telegraph and the Boston Elevated Railway. This year, pertinent to the problems of shortage of machines for national defense, the program will include the head of a large tool firm.
Harvard Press Prints Book About NavahosAfter intensive research of the Navaho Indians of the Southwest as a case study of people "caught between two worlds,"
Yardlings to Play Strong Yale FiveTwo long winning streaks will go on the line at 6:45 p.m. tonight in the Blockhouse when the spectacular Crimson
Fund to Give 160,000 for Indian StudyThe Carnegie Foundation will today a $160,000 grant to Harvard Columbia, and Cornell University to finance a three-year program of
AFROTC HEARS VOGTColonel John W. Vogt, a Fellow at the Center for International Affairs spoke on "The Expectations of Limited War" at
Legal Aid OfficersYesterday afternoon at a meeting in Kendall House, the Legal Aid Bureau, which is manned by Law School honor students,