Butler Alumnal Quarterly, Vol. 10: Founder's Day Number: April 1921 (Classic Reprint).
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By: Butler University (Author)
While I am glad to bring the greetings from a sister institution of learning, I will refrain from any such gymnastics as Dante's salute to the rising sun. If I should attempt it in this limited space I am afraid it would be fatal not only to my personal welfare but to my professorial dignity.
There are many things we could talk about on Founders' Day, and is it not well that the memory of the founders should be kept green among us? Many of the founders of these Middle West colleges builded better than they knew. They laid the simple foundations of education and laws of right living which through all the years have been adapted to the needs of the day.
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