Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1903

Abstract

The University of Michigan , when measured by the standard of public services rendered by its graduates, must certainly be accorded an honorable rank. For a quarter of a century the number of its alumni occupying high official station has been large. The list includes state executives, judges of state courts of last resort, senators and representatives in the national congress, cabinet officers, and members of important commissions raised by the general government for international and executive purposes. The character of the services has in some cases been conspicuous for its excellence and in all cases such as to bring honor to the incumbents and credit to their Alma Mater. The distinction of being the first of our graduates to be called to a seat upon the highest tribunal of the land belongs to the subject of this sketch.


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