"The Arboretum, by reason of the constant additions of native and foreign trees which are being made to it, is becoming more and more interesting each year, and no doubt the students would attach to it the importance it deserves were there ome easy mode of access to it, as it is those who go there are obliged to go through several back yards, a few barns, must climb over ten or a dozen fences, run the reisk of getting shot for trespass and otherwise placing their life in jeoardy, hence is it any wonder they don't go?" [1]
  1. ^ College Speculum, June 1887, page 13. MSU Archives and Historical Collections.