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A Word To The Alumni In Michigan, Harry B. Hutchins Jan 1898

A Word To The Alumni In Michigan, Harry B. Hutchins

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Through the amalgamation, at the last commencement, of the different alumni societies and the employment of a resident secretary who gives his entire time and undivided energies to the work of the association, a step was taken that must result in great and permanent good to the University. The unification of this great body of men and women who have at heart the interests of the University and who are ready and willing at all times to use their influence for its advancement, cannot but bring the institution into closer touch with the people. I firmly believe that substantial results ...


The New Law Building, Jerome C. Knowlton Jan 1898

The New Law Building, Jerome C. Knowlton

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At the last meeting of the Board of Regents an important action was taken. Plans for enlarging and improving the law building were adopted, involving an expenditure of some $50,000.


The First Law Class, Bradley M. Thompson Jan 1898

The First Law Class, Bradley M. Thompson

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The writer was a member of the literary class of 1858, a class great in numbers. It graduated forty-nine. It was the custom in those days for each senior to deliver an oration on commencement day. The class of '58 were limited to five minutes each, and they gave the audience a perfect fusilade of speeches for more than three hours at short range.