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Seventy-Five Years of Editorial Freedom
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1965

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'YOI. LXXVI, No. I1

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Whether you are going to amount to
anything, in later life, depends largely
upon the manner in which you spend
your student days.
Moreover - the manner in which you
spend your student days is determined
while you are a freshman. Barring
rare exceptions, students decide, very
early in their course, what sort of peo-
ple they propose to be - on - through
-to the finish.
It is not too much to say that today,
while you are in the business of plan-
ning your future, and that this day is
not only the. most important of your
life thus far, but the most significant
of your whole career.
-Handbook of the University of Michigan
Issued by the Students Christian Association
1920

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