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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, March 12, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tuesday. March 12. 1968

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Inaugura tion: Handshakes, Smiles
Continued from Page 1) The comment apparently was
wisdom to lead us well through a reply to a recent report by the
the p ond tasoration that State Auditor General which said
Ytthe p Aofound drasmainan thaUt od
has already begun, we can only the University had represented
~.:.,...... hope, and wait, and see." its expenditures to be higher than
Speaking for the faculty, rof. thy ctlyere an wih
Frank Kennedy, chairman of the claimed that the University could
SenateAdvsorympmtitteendon- zfind alternate sources of financ-
Sente AdvisrydCommitte sone w hl otnet lyaue
University Affairs, said, "The higr ig in private donations.
s and indispensible responsibility of Fleming said he has three
the president is that of keeping dreams which he holds for the
all of us engaged in the process University: "That we preserve at
that drew us to this place - lead- Michigan the kind of climate in
Ting us on to the fulfillment of which controversy can flourish,"
F .ourselves and of the mission of that Michigan graduates will be
this University, despite our pro- wise ,tolerant, compassionate, civ-
clivities for competition and con- ilized human beings" and that
:. u Fan {flict, our prejudices and some - we shall continue to play a use-
tor t ful and important role on the in-
.=etimmesresouresafathhsy.t
sKennedy quoted former Univeruternational scene.n
sity of California President Clark Fleming concluded his speech
u Kerr as saying, "To make the by saying that "of course" the
multiversity work really effective- University will remain "one of the
ly, the moderates need to be ,n great universities of the world."
control of each power center and "The resources in talent here -
there needs to be andattitude b in students and faculty and the
tolerance between and among the economic resources of the state
power centers, with few territor- ensure continuation of this insti-
ial ambitions. tution at the forefront of wold
"When the extremists get in scholarship," he said.
control of the students, the facu-
ty or trustees with class warfa e "But scholarship which is not
concepts, then the delicate ba- enlightened by humanity is arid
ance of interests' becomes an ac- and it is therefore my ardent
tual war." hope - and conviction - that
Fleming said there is now like- this University will continue to
lihood of stopping the ncreasing grow in mind and spirit and re-
cost of education. "We owe an sponsibility."
v'Aobligation to the public to be as The inauguration festivities in-
effceta possible," he said. luded a luncheon and buffet
"Bute likea other enterprises which supper for delegates and special
b. . ae eavily service oriented, we guests and a reception at the
t.?are unlikely to make major gains League for the public. Prof. War-
in productivity. Our highest cost ner Rice, chairman of the Eng-
item - professorial salaries - is fish department, served as chair-
.::...... .....being pulled upward by the very man of the inauguration com
-Daily-Richard Lee forces of supply and demand mittee and Prof. John E. Milho-
which are sanctioned throughout land of the psychology depart-
The Academic Procession Heads Toward Hill Aud. the economic system." ment acted as chief marshall.

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President Fleming Leaves Rackham

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Michael Davis Speaking for Students President Fleming Delivers His Address

Delegates and Guests Rise for the Invocation

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