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Dean Landis Delivers First Address at Yale Last Night


Dean Landis last night delivered the first of four William L. Storrs lectures at Yale discussing "The Administrative Process."

The Storrs lectureship fund was established in 1889 by a gift from Misses Eliza T. and Mary A. Robinson in memory of their great-uncle, Chief Justice William L. Storrs for a course dealing with fundamental problems of law and jurisprudence.

In recent years Landis has been prominent in activities connected with government control of business, serving at various times before his return to Cambridge last fall on the Federal Trade Commission and the Securities Exchange Commission.

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