Education: Business Lieutenants

The difference between World Wars I and II can nowhere be seen better than at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. In World War I the school, for lack of students, almost folded up. But World War II is an industrial war, and this week the Business School's white-haired, easygoing dean, Dr. Wallace Brett Donham, announced that its faculty had voluntarily canceled vacations to speed their training of business lieutenants. Dean Donham said his school (this year's enrollment: 900) would start three new departments next autumn:

1) A Quartermasters' R.O.T.C., first in U.S. history. Training: business administration, with special emphasis on...

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