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til certain benevolent upholders of the
British policy in India took the lead
ii putting in their views. Hindus
were surely justfied in reputing the
false' charges hurled upon them, and
The Summer Daily will surely allow
us to present both sides of the ques-
tion. Surely no unbiased mind will
see any wrong in this. In spite of this
the University officials did give a
little hint to the Hindu students to
take care in the future, but certainly
no sane mind would expect the au-
thorities to interfere with the.personal
affairs of the students as long as
there is no interference in the Uni-'
versity policy.
No doubt the Hindus s well as the
other foreign students are proud of
the University of Michigan for the
conveniences and opportunities it af-
affords them, but to say that Hindus
are given special advantages is an-
other creation of a prejudiced mind,
nay, in some cases certain misunder-
standings because of the different ed-
ucation system of India have caused
the Hindu student to suffer in his
studies.
From my observations I have found
that the University of Michigan wel-
comes foreig- students without any
distinctions and will attempt to' in-
fuse in them, as it has done in the
past, the free and democratic spirit
of America.
Yours tfuly,
MENICK K, ANKLESARICE.
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(The Detroit News, July 27)
Does society ever become of age?
A significant beginning towards an
effort to help society grow up is to be
seen in a certain tendency which is
now showing Itself in education. From
the University of Edinburgh comes
word of the founding of a new de-
partment of research and knowledge,
-the study of the interconnection be-
tween the various activities in human
society. In our country we have re-
cently begun to lay some stress on this
phase of education. We have come to

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and after just as the indiv
in planning his future.
To this end we have beg
atic and enlightened inves
the general laws underlying
gress. The causes and
strikes, the bearing of th
shortage on the behavior
ness of the population, th
ship between bank rate
prices, the relationship be
ployer and employe, what s
ities, endeavors, and ideals
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S POSITION OF Gandhi radicals of today? If by rad-1
MICHIGAN icals we mean persons who speak
bleak truth, we may say they were
gan Daily: and are radicals. We must not forget
t)ie editorial col- that radicals and rebels of today are,
y- Summer Daily recognized patriots and champions of
nt on a certain tomorrow. Washington succeeded in
ted States sery- getting freedom for the. Americans
1 some under- and he is an unrivaled patriot. De
versity of Mich- Valera and Gandhi are radicals and
9.ebels to the exponents of the Brit-
s: "What is a ish cause today. Who knows, to-
e Washington a morrow they may be called patriots
.re De Valera or by the same men who now denounce
them and their principles.

To attack the fair name of Michigan
for producing .honest and truth-
speaking students seems the outcome
of a narrow, prejudiced and biased
mind rather than a liberal one. Yes,
Michigan and many other American
universities with democratic spirit
take pride in having students who are
pro-justice, pro-righteousness and
pro-freedom and anti-prejudice, anti-
oppression and suppression, anti-in-
justice, anti-insincerity and hypoc-
risy, and lastly, anti-humbug which is
blinding many millions of human be-
ings who, if given proper opportuni-
ties for right development, would
doubtless make some of the best cit-
izens of the world.
The Hindu r dicals (if they are at
all radical never penned a word un-

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