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Alumni of the Business School will hold their tenth special program at the School on June 14 and 15, it was announced today by the Alumni Association.
Colonel Louis Johnson, Assistant Secretary of War, will be the principal speaker at the program, and will address the annual dinner in Eliot House on "Lessons from Abroad." It is expected that he will discuss some of the benefits which the United States would get from the construction of an adequate air force.
Several other prominent men are scheduled to speak during the Friday and Saturday meetings among whom are Philip D. Reed and J. Franklin Ebersole, professor of Finance. Professor Ebersole was formerly economic adviser for the U. S. Treasury Department.
Edmond F. Wright '24, head of the Alumni Association, will preside at the dinner Friday night. The session will be renewed Saturday morning in Baker Library.
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