Co-operative Stockholders.

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To the Editors of the Crimson:

In the discussion of the plan of the proposed changes in the organization of the Co-operative there is one point which, though by no means so objectionable as the creation of a small irresponsible close corporation, ought to be noticed. The new plan proposes that only members of the several Faculties may be stockholders. In this way the administrative officers of the University, including all persons connected with the Treasurer's and Bursar's offices, that is, the officers whose positions would imply that they were specially fitted for this work, are made ineligible as stockholders. The final authority in the management of a business concern is withheld from business men and given only to those who are primarily scholars