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The Japanese Alumni

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President Angelí received a let er recently from some of our Japan ese alumni, telling of the formation of an association, which shows tha he memories of alma mater still re main warm in the hearfs of the men f Japan who received their educaion at our university. The letter s a very complimentary one to Dr Angelí and as we feel sure it will be f interest to all, we print it in full. Kioto Hotel. Kioto. Japan. ) Sfptemlior lo, 1S98. Our lieloved President: Wc have pleasure to inform you trhat we, the graduates of the Michigan ünlverslty, met. this evening to talk of our old University days. We are very sorry that we have falled to writeyou about ourselves on account of our daily business and varióos changes of eircumstances. But we are all one in the memory of our beloved President, of the leaiued faculty who have introduced us into the path of kmnvledge, and of many sympathotic friends, who have treated us so kindly while we were strangers there. Tuis tie wül binil us forever, and we thouglit it would be a good thing for us who live within a hundred miles to orffanize akind of alumni assoeiationWith this understanding we met here today and havespent verypleasant hours Intalking over Ana Arborand our old friends. We have made agreement to meet twice a year hereafter. Itmaybe a matter of interest to you to know our present situation. Fujikawa, LL. B., of '84, is now a judge in Kabe Local Court Icigc, LL. M.. of '90, has been a judjre in the Oourtof Appeal in A-aka and is an attorney ín the same city. Sliii-afsi, M. D., of 'Si, is the professor of bioiogy in the Doshisha Harri.H Science School. Otsubo, LL. B., oí '89 is the principal of Kioto Commercial School! Ono, Ph. I)., of '83, is now lecturing on Eeouomiosand Financein the Doshlsba .School of Politica lS,-ience and Law. What we are doinp now does not amount to very much. However, we live in hope that we who represent the high culture of the Michigan T'niversity in this countrv, are all anxious to exereise some important nüuence in the grand movenionts whicii are going on around us. We are very glad to that the Cniversity is makins very ra pid prosress ín every respect, and we wLsh some day miglit come when we could visit it again. Itoping that our beloved President ana1 the fcllowmembersof bis faculty are enjoying g-ood ht-alth and graceof our Almighty Father v.e reina in. ' Tour most faitbful servante Fujikawa, IBIGB, Otsiüo. KODAMA. F. Oko, Mok. .7. B. Angell, Michigan, U.S. A.


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