Excerpt from The University of North Carolina Record: June, 1912
On Monday the campus was given over to the alumni of the University. With the alumni address in the morning, the reunion exercises of the classes of 1862, 1887, 1892, 1902, 1907, the business meeting of the alumni association and the luncheon in Commons Hall, the day was crowded with events.
The exercises were formally opened at 10 30 when Prof. H. H. Williams presented Dr. Herman Harrell Horne, class of 1895, of New York University, who spoke most effectively on the subject, The State and the University. After a personal introduction, he dwelt upon the historical and logi cal relations existing between the State and the University, and ended with' an appeal to the loyalty of the alumni.
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