Theodore Roosevelt is glad that his father enjoyed his trip and wishes that he would work less. Roosevelt's own health is good, except a slight cold. Princeton defeated Harvard in football but it was a close game. There was around 2,000 spectators at the game, including several of Roosevelt's Princeton friends.
Health; Football; College students--Social life and customs; Harvard College (1780- ); Princeton University
President Roosevelt is pleased that Woodrow Wilson has been elected president of Princeton University and hopes to attend his inauguration.
College presidents--Inauguration; Princeton University; Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924
President Roosevelt holds Woodrow Wilson in high regard and would like to attend his inauguration as president of Princeton University. However, due to other commitments, Roosevelt cannot answer definitively at this time.
President Roosevelt will attend the inauguration of Woodrow Wilson as president of Princeton University.
President Roosevelt expresses his pleasure at Woodrow Wilson's appointment as president of Princeton University, and thanks Wilson for his letter.
Letters; Princeton University
President Roosevelt endorses Gordon Russell, a former tutor for his sons.
Tutors and tutoring; Princeton University; Russell, Gordon, 1880-1933; Russell, Alexander O.
Grover Cleveland invites President Roosevelt to stay at his home during the inauguration of Woodrow Wilson as president of Princeton University.
President Roosevelt will not be able to be at Princeton because his doctors have warned against travel due to his leg injury. Both sides in the Anthracite Coal Strike have rejected Roosevelt's efforts at arbitration but Carroll D. Wright is being sent to investigate conditions at the coal fields. Roosevelt asks that Grover Cleveland join Wright in the investigation.
Anthracite Coal Strike (Pennsylvania : 1902); Presidents--Travel; Governmental investigations; Princeton University; Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948; Wright, Carroll Davidson, 1840-1909
President Roosevelt continues to recover from his leg injury but his doctors advise against rail travel. As such, Roosevelt will be unable to attend Woodrow Wilson's inauguration as president of Princeton University.
Presidents--Travel; College presidents--Inauguration; Leg--Wounds and injuries; Princeton University
The Princeton dinner has been postponed after the death of Wilson's father. As such, Wilson will not be spending the evening before the dinner with President Roosevelt.
Death; Princeton University
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