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Their Expressions Upon Leaving

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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
January
Year
1892
Copyright
Public Domain
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The ineinbers of tiie Michigan Stilte Fresa Association were greatly pleased with their entertainment during their stay in this city. The following resoutions were presented by the eonimit;ee on resolutions and appeared to be n accord with the general feeling of the members: Wheukas, Tlie Michigan State Press Association has during the past three days been the guest of the citizens of Ann Arbor, and has been most generously and enjoyably entertained, it is the wish of all its members to give some expression to the gratitude and appreciation which is abundantly servea. vve are under especial obhgations to our generons entertainers because of the tact that the time of our meeting in Ann Arbor was fixert lor a date tbat would nothave been selected had our hosts been consulted, because of the tact that it was at a time when the almost unrivaled beauty of Ann Arbor is in partial eclipse by' reason of the snowy cloak of winter and ïts accompanying winds and frosts. Xotwithstanding the fact, however, tliat we have been denied the pïeasnie of enjoying its summer beauty, so cordial and kind aj d warm has been the hoapitality which greeted us, and wbich has continued with us during every hour of the enjoyable days of our sojourn here, that we have been permitted to realize 110 absent pleasure. not to i'cel a lackin any way which would have added to the pleasure of our twenty-fourth annual meeting; thuiefore be it Husoi.ved. That to the citizens and business men of Ann Arbor, and to the membera of the university faculty, we are indebted for many agreeable and pleasant hours spent during our sessions in Ann Arbor. Resolved, That the closer introduction to the inside workings of the great institution, which is at once the pilde and glory not only of Michigan but of the whole country, made under the lead of its beloved and revered president. Dr. Angelí, and other members of the University faculty, which has contributed so much to the interest and enjoymentof the occasion, be here recognized, and that we can do nothing less than urge upon the youth of the state, through our respective publications, the superior advautages to be gained at this great institution of learning, and that we also use our efforts to edúcate our readers to a f ulier realization of the hnancial needs, which so seriously hamper the great and growing possibilities of Michigan University. Resolved, That to the Press Club of Ann Arbor we have been placed under the deepest obligations for the most perfect arrangement of every detail for our entertainment andpleasure during the three days of our stay iu their pleasant and hospitable city, and that especially are we indebted to Miss Emma Bower and Messrs. J. E. Iieal, S. V. I cakes, S. A. Moran and P. O. SUKey, tlie chairmen of the severa] committees, for the courtebiea and kindnesses retened to. Resolved, ïhat the cordial and bearty thanks of tlio association be hereby expressed to Mr. and Mrs. Junius E. Beal lor the splendid hospilality and royal vvelcome extended the association in the delightfnl and elegant reception given at their beantU'ul lióme. Committee.

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Ann Arbor Argus
Old News