Excerpt from Installation of Edmund Janes James, Ph.D., LL. D, Vol. 1: As President of the University; Proceedings of the National Conference of College and University Trustees; October 17-19, 1905
It mav be well to specify and illustrate. Conditions are not wholly ideal in a university. Men and women not altogether ripe for trans lation have to be dealt with. Real conditions, Often unprecedented, have to be met. Not only effectiveness within, but decent and help ful relations with neighbors, constituents, and the world, are to be assured. Some authority must be able to do things at once, and some word must Often be spoken to or for the university community. When spoken, it must be a free word, uttered out Of an ample right to speak.
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