Arthur G. Ruthven, Inauguration of Eugene B. Elliott, 1949
Zoologist and President of the University of Michigan, Arthur Ruthven was selected to speak at the inauguration of Michigan State Normal College President, Eugene B. Elliott. In this address, Ruthven speaks of the important place of MSNC in the post-World War II nation and world, while also emphasizing the need for regional studies and national defense training.
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Ruthven, Alexander, "Arthur G. Ruthven, Inauguration of Eugene B. Elliott, 1949" (1949). Speeches. 6.