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.Y, DECEMBER 2, 1623

THE. MICIGAN DAILY

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IROYATYIS GIYVINV/
ilim IW. Cook iPresents Untiver~ity
With Money Fromt Well-Kinown
Law Publication.
)IIlIGAN, LAW REVIEW TO
UTILIZE SUM .FQt ARTICLES
*Wll3am W Cook, '80-'8-L, of NewI
Y~k city, has presented to the Tun-
vrsty teenie nom raiirroyal- i
ueIn wrko .oprtost'b providing for the publiation NIGH[TS
les ah reo xelin the Michigan Lawv Reie. ON
Secflcally, the purpose of the gift BROADWAY
stated to be to obtain and publish _________
artiles on 'legal, administrative and
constitutional questions of the day
and, to pay, for. periodical reports on
current constitutional debates in Con-
gress. It will permit te Michigan-
L~w Review to secure articles from
thpmost competent authorities on le-
gai subjects and is 'regarded as a
ndtable "step in the encouragemient of
the production of °lega''literature of
t4 highst:type.
i ghth Edition Being Published-
~lhe gift 9insmde by Mr. Cok -to
lesident Maion L. Burton,IDean
m~ny M. Bates f the Law school,
.hn "T',Creighton, .08'OvoL, of New
o~kcity, .and William W Cook as
t ustees'on behlsf of the''University.
'be royalties from Mr2. Cook's book;
*ich is the stanuard legal treatise on
rporatlonsantd is now being pub-
1 bed in its eighth edition, are to be
irestefl in securities, the Income
fm which' will be available to pay
f'the preparations of articles not
l~1y of an exclusively legal nature,
4~t discussions also of the. economic,
i~oal and political elements entering
t 'to ;law; and for the preparation, of
Secal kinds of articles involving a
udy of the factual bases of law iand
le effects and consequences of cer?
agn doctrines of the law as manifest-
in our body, politic and social. 'It NIGHTS
'~ hoped in this way ,that the Michigan O
4w Review may enter a feld wic, O
fr the most par't, hsbeen; closed to TOUR
gal. periodicals because of, ther' in -_________
4ilty to snake compenation: for
l1ose searches -in. the felds inedi-
ately surrounding' and contributory
elawa." The trtees.,are asrathor-
S at anytime -to : ue;the ,Igecoe
m mthis fund ftor the rmprovemet
=fthe. Michigan Law Review in;aiy
Jher way that ~ry seemto therm d=
rable, or for' the pulictin o
ponoraphs in ase I haw Ievew
Sould cease to s tstk"
SMr. Cook has long bee,, prominent
4the New York. bar and is .reog-
~fzed as au authority on Corporation
1w Hlis Fbelief'in , tegreat1,por-
ice of the lawyer as a leader 'in
1e American democracy and the con-,
n tqut, necesity of miaintainnga
-~hlevel of intelligence and ittegrity
the legal profession has been set
~rth by him in his recent book, "Pow-
~rand Responsibility of the American
In a ceptinge Mr. Cooks's gift, te
4oard of Regents passed the following
solution: "Whereas, Mr. Wiliam
IJCokof New York, an oo alumnus of
iis University, has 'proferred 'to te
Iegents of the Vnversity 'of M1Vichi'1-
. 1a the proceeds .of the royalties .of
e "e eighth edition of 'his ,work 'on COM#'ETE'
4orporatlons to be expended fr the STOXtIES;
epcuragement and, improvement' of N
rgat literature, be_ it , SATRDAY
SResolved, That the Regents of .the EVEING
~niversity of Michigan. accept bisPOT
lft, in accordance With the terms inPOT
jected by the donor and that, tey ex-
tress to Mr. Cook not ,only their pro- I
ndgratitude for his generosity,f
ualso their appreciation of 'his ine I
ieals for the American egal' pro-
sion and the education of its rep-
e entatives and their belief that this f

wisely conceived benefaction will tont-
jribute importantly to these ends."
STh e Week's, News«
In Brief
(Continuied from Page One)
At a meeting in Paisley, Lloyd r.
George and Asquith spoke from the
same platform for the first time in
.seven years. Their remarks were .
m~utually complimentary, and made
between rend ings of "For He's a Jolly
'Good Fellow" by an enthusiastic aud-
lence.
~The Chinese government,. dismissed+
10,000 employes. It is trying to cut 1
,down expenses and live within its
-income.
Negotiations for the sale of Labra-
d4or to Canada are underway.y
The Third QIratalewhosef
-program includes a world revolution
io overthrow capital and establish
+'he power of the proletariat is gett-
ing no more money from the soviet
f vernment. It is the most expensive r

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