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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
The official newspaper of the Universi-
ty of Michigan.
Walter K. Towers, Managing Editor.
Rom Dilley, Business Manager. I
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The official newspaper of the Summer
Robert Gillett, Managing Editor.
John H. Payne, Business Manager.
The commemoration week editions are
edited and managed by the combined"
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This edition staff.
Night Editor-Morris Houser
Manager-A. R. Johnson, Jr.
For nearly seventy-five years the
University of Michigan has stood head
and shoulders above all the other state
universities. With her seventy-fifth
birthday comes a critical period in
her life. It is an open secret that the
university is in need of money. Wis-
consin, Minnesota, Illinois and other
schools more fortunate in this respect
are beginning to cut down her lead.
The State of Michigan is doing its best,
but the state's resources are limited.
The money must come from some oth-
er source, where we do not know,
though every loyal Michigan student
feels sure that it is coming if he has
to get out and earn it himself.
In the meanwhile what we need to
tide us over the critical period is men.
One of our greatest sources of strength
has been our cosmopolitanism. In
order that Michigan should retain her
greatness it is essential that men from
every country and from every section
of our country should continue to come
here. There are more living alumni
of the University of Michigan than of
any other school. It follows that if
the Michigan alumni work just as
hard for the University of Michigan
as the alumni of other schools work,
they will accomplish a great deal
The Michigan alumni are not lack-
ing in loyalty. All that they lack is1
such a consciousness of the universi-1
ty's needs as will cause them to make
the most of every opportunity to help
her. For example, a great deal could;
be accomplished at a very slight ex-1
pense by establishing scholarships for
students graduating from the high
schools in the different sections of thet
country. A great deal more could be
accomplished at no expense at all
through the personal influence of the
alumni on their younger acquaintanc-
es. If people come here to school they
are sure to go home at the end of the
year bubbling over with Michigan spir-
it, and only too anxious to return the
next year. But the problem is to get
them started here. If every alumnus
who has come back for the seventy-
fifth anniversary will make it a point
to take advantage of every opportunity
to increase the efficiency of his alumni
association in this respect, we feel cer-
tain that the University of Michigan
will have no cause for fear for her
FACULTY MEN TO TRAVEL IN
VARIOUS PARTS OF GLOBE.
Seek in Divers Places for Rest or Fur-
ther Knowledge; All Return
Several members of the university
faculty will spend the summer abroad,
leaving Ann Arbor just after Com-
mencement. Professor E. R. Turner,
of" the history department, will go to
Spain to study present day conditions
there. He will also visit
Portugal and Southern France. The
latter part of the summer will be spent
in London where he will work on his-
torical matters, especially in the Brit-
ish museum. Prof. Turner will be
back late in October, having received
permission from the Regents to re-
Dr. Carl E. Parry, instructor in soci-
ology and political economy, will study
the labor problem in England. The
most of his time will be spent in Lon-
don and neighboring cities.
Prof. T. C. Trueblood, accompanied
by his daughter, will tour Spain.
Many professors will spend the sum-
mer in this country, some not leaving
until after the summer session. Dr.
George May will leave the last of Au-
gust to spend some weeks on a ranch
near Seattle, Wash. He will also g'o
to San Francisco and visit the Univer-
sity of California at Berkeley..
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne twill teach in
the summer session at the University
of California, returning to Ann Arbor
in time for the opening of college in
Prof. C. H. Cooley, of the sociology
department, will leave the middle of
July for Crystal Lake, Mich., where
he will spend six weeks in resting.
Several other professors will desert
Ann Arbor during the summer but at
the present time their plans are not
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