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The Student and His Professor: John Hannah, Ralph Aigler and the Origin of the Michigan State-Michigan Rivalry Paperback – May 7, 2015
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David J. Young practices Internal Medicine in Holland, Michigan. He grew up in East Lansing, graduated from the University of Notre Dame du lac ('77) and Wayne State Medical School ('82). He completed his residency training at the University of Minnesota Hospitals ('85). His first book, "Arrogance and Scheming in the Big Ten: Michigan State's Quest for Membership and Michigan's Powerful Opposition," reviews in great detail how Michigan State, an unpopular suitor, was selected by conference leaders to replace the University of Chicago in December of 1948.
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His second book, "The Student and His Professor" is another outstanding read, focused on the events of happenings between MSU and U of M specific. I must say, even though my heart since a child has been a U of M fan and I am sure will remain one, I sincerely question the ethics played by the U of M leaders in the treating of MSU fairly in the past. I guess I will not be quite as upset when MSU has those victories, thou I hope not to often, in the future.