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KANN REPLIES TO DR. MEL
Certain Charges Made by LattA
Branded as False.-"Absolutely
Untrue" is Term Used.
Columbia, Jan. 18.-Replying I
Dr. Mell, whose letter as to Cle3
son conditions was published in tI
News and Courier of Monday, D
Coke D. Mann issued f statement t
-day, in which he characterized ce
-tain charges as . "absolutely fal
and without foundation.'' In gene
al the statement carries quite a eri
ieism of Dr. Mell's actions as pre
ident of the college.
Di. Mann, who is a member
the Clemson board of trustees, sa:
in his statement:
"I had thought that the contr
versy between Dr. Mell and mysA
had ended, but I saw in the Charh
-Wn News and Courier of the 17
instant that I was mistaken. He h
a number of charges against me,.z
of which arp absolutely untrue. j
his first charge he says: 'While
was in controversy with the la
commandant in the matter of wil
should discharge the duties of t1
president's office, the Rev. C. ]
Mann, a member of the board i
trustees, published an article in ti
newspapers condemning me in u
efforts to control the officers of ti
college, and yet he had not availe
himself of the opportunity to il
form himself concerning my side <
-the matter unier onsieration.'
'"He says further down that I ho
disqualified myself from sitting at
subsequent meeting of the board <
trustees. He eaHs it a jury. TI
public knows what he means. Agai
he says: 'He took part in the discu
sion, which occurred in the boar<
and east his vote against me in th
Imal action of the trustees.' Whe
fdisqualified #me with the Doctor
Specify. Was it for stating fael
which I tried to get him or som
one else to come and deny 1 I mad
the broad challenge that if any me
would deny it I would prove it, an
he did not see his way clear to di
pute it. Then why did he not con
out like a man and not wait like
dirty cur until he had left the state
-. all the attention of the public i
this faet. ~Capt. Minus had alrea6
resigned as commandant and 1)
Mell was trying to put the who
blame on him, and Iknew it we
oentrue. Therefore I eame to ai
rescue and have nothing to regra
or take back.
LI.et me say right here tha~t D)
Mell has 'his first time ever to dez
-one of Capt. Minus' charges befo:
the board of trustees. He gave us
understand that he was supremi
forgetting that the other man w:
-in anThority in 'his department ar
had rights; to be observed and r
spected, not by the students in ba
racks, but,/by the president of ti
college as well. Capt. Minus we
and is a gentleman of the highe
- type notwithstanding what I)
Mell may write or say. My interfe
enee with the Mell-Mirnis contr<
-Versy was not to interfere with D)
Mell'Ts duties as president of Clem
-son -college, as he would have tl
public believe, ,but to show U1
public that Dr. Mell was trying i
run the commandant, trustees -an
everything <in sight. When we ha
Dr. Mell and Capt. Minus before t
- at an informal meeting, whenm aboi
one-half of the board was presen
Capt. Minus making his charges an
-Dr. Mel! hearing them, and afte
* hearing both of these gentlemen, .u
went over the / situation, and w
agreed that a committee should, 1
appointed to go next morning an
see if Dr. Mel! would let the Minn
department alone, and Dr. Mel
- promised he would. Then the con:
anittee went to Capt. Minus and h
promised the same thing. Thi
promise was not kept by Dr. Mel
and Capt. Minus' resignation wa
teindered during the session of th~
Legislature in 1908.
"I am not at all surprised at D:
Mell 's -eriticisms of me for I b<
lieve had it' not been for my artie]
to the press Dr. Mel! would be a
Clemson college to-day.. I knew
good deal more about his side of .th
* matter under consideration than la
thought I did. I had not beens c
the board of trustees two mont!
before it was very clear to my mi'a
that he was too small a man for tlI
place and with the criticisms an
charges against him. They were t<
inuch for the president of any gree
* institution to carry.
"Now I hope this will be sufficien
* I have not tried to hurt Dr. Me
and would not for anything in ti
world. Now, Doetor, believe m
Stop Dr. Mell, or I will take delibe:
ate aim next time and if I don't g(
you I will take the consequences.'
(Sign Coke D. Mann.
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