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Official Newspaper at the University
Published every morning except Mon-
.day throughout the school year. ..
ntered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
gress of March 3, 1879.
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1912.'
Night Editor-Mack Ryan.
James Burrili AngelL
It is fitting on this, the eighty-third
anniversary of the birth. of Dr. James
B. Angell, that grateful acknowledg-
ment again be made in' behalf of the
university to the di: tinguished scholar
who for so many years devoted him-
self to its interests. To place the uni-
vrran4t, in ihn*..nnf .rn nlr.a o.f o lfl
versity and the state. His large knowl-
edge of- affairs,, his practical skill in
administration, and above all his well
known attainments in public law, as
well as high character, led, not unnAt-
urally, to his being repeatedly called
for a time away from the university
into public service. But whether as
the representative of the university or,
of the state or of the national govern-1
ment he has worthily performed the
duties entrusted to his, care.
Of his loyal affection for the univer-
sity, of his seal in promoting its var-
ied interests, we have had repeated and
abundant' proofs. To him the univer-
sity is largely indebted for its pres-
ent efficiency, and for the honorable
position it now maintains among the
great schools; of learning. We rejoice
in his well earned distinctions, and we,
are justly proud of his achievements.
r Student Dissipation.
In a recent issue of the Detroit Free
Press a gentleman, who signed him-
self "Lawrence Maye," in a letter to
the editor says in part:
t"In Ann Arbor a state of open vic-
iousness exists which calls for prompt
action on the part not only of atll Chris-
tian denominations, and organizations
here, but also on the townspeople as
r"The university is becoming known
Sas a great educational center the world
rover-but if its good natme and fame
rare to continue-Michigan must
cleanse ter university and learn the
Iadvance cry of the newer stronger
lmovement for "God and Home and Ev-
IThe writer is evidently not a studenL
3for we can find no mention of his name
tin the university records. If he is, he
used the above name to hide his identi-
ty. That, however, is a minor consid-
eration. Many of us have lived here
in Ann Arbor for nearly four years
and associated with every type of stu-
dent. During' that time we have had
'excellent' chances to observe carefully
every phase of student life, good, bad
and Indifferent. During all that time
few of us have seen anything that
1could be construed as an open state of
viciousness. There is no place for the
moral, degenerate at Michigan and,
the few that may be found from time;
to time among this great student body,
seldom stay long enough to harm any-
body but themselves. We have always
believed and maintained that Michigan
sends forth each year a pretty manly
bunch of young men, whose. ideals;
and aim~s are high. Among these the
-habitual gambler, the, drunkard and'
Ithe licentiate find little place..
It has been our. experience that few
men have been spoiled at Michigan.
Most of the failures can be traced. to
amuch earlier sources. There are over
rfive thousand students on Michigan's
campus and we welcome and challenge'
-any investigator to find "a state of
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and in spite of opposing influences to' game, harm the university with the
make it the crowning glory of the conservative; element of the state. They
states requires the highest wisdom and ' are in most cases without foundation
the rarest skill. His administration but, like the weeds scattered by the-
covered practically one half of the en- wind, they sprout and take root in
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that time the university expanded I We do. believe that conditions at
wonderfully not only in the number of Michigan are, quite, good and that they
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character of its work. other .unversities that happen to be
And not alone as a college president situated in large cities where the city
has -Dr. Angell won distinction for covers dissipation and vice that are
himself and reflected honor on the uni- unheard of in Ann Arbor.
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