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March 06, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-06

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
tue College year, by
THE U, OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
Subscription price 2.50 per year, invariably
i n advance Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the otice of the DAILY,
at Stolflet's, with any of the editors or
authorized solicitors.
Communications should reach the office by
7 o'clock P. M. if they are to appear the next
day. Address all matter intended for publica-
tion to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the Busi-
ness Manager.
THE U. of H. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Hich.
EDITORS.
C. A. DENISON, Law '94, Managing Editor.
I1. A. SPALINGiis, Lit. '94, Asistaint.
Ji. L. Loillol, Lii. '95, Assistiint.
F. wALTi RS, Law '94, Assistan t.
J. A. LEROY, Lit. '96, Athletic Editor.
S. W. CUTcIsS, P. G. Lit., Business Manager.
wtki. A. tioa, Lit.' 97, Assistant.
H. B. Gammn,94. It.F. Ha A 95
B. 0. Austiii,'it;-.
K. P . Sade,'96ME CAL.
E. P Lyle. '96. E. L. Martindale, '94.
Agiies Morley, '91. B. D. Illucito, '9il,
Carrie'. SithISpeo'l. 10,11WOrAT51u.
DENTAL.
C' G. Jenins, '94.
All i'py mu-i tie atthe iiffce before 8:130a.ion
o1 the day of publication.
MAxusiso Ifitens'OFFcICE Hies.--Tile
lsosging Eiditor oiay be fouiiil it'1'lotlluILY
utto'-etti'tullisringcoiiu,: Moiiday,wedie--
dsy and Friday, frontoi 6100 cliebk, p.i. .Ev-
cry iec nisg,-froi::to18iip. so.
THE editorial in yesterday's
DAI iv wao not written without first
making a thorough investigation of
the facto in the case, and the l)aii~v
io in a position to substantiate svhat
was said in its columns, anything to
the& contrary notwithstanding.
t; are in receipt of a comnmuni-
cation in regard to an editorial in
yesterdays 1ci iv. Apparently the
writer did not know the rule used
on all newspapers, that conetniui'a-
tiono must hear the name of the
writerin order to protect the puh-
lishers.
THE attention of the studenthody
io called to the henefitfor the ath-
letic atsociation which will he given
hy the Glee and Banjo cluhs next
Saturday night. Wp h, espeak the
liheral support of the students for
this most worthy cause. As in all
affairs of college, the hard times
are felt in athletics this year. Make
arrangements to go and take a
friend and thus not only spend an
enjoyahle evening hut help a worthy
cause at the same time.

we fail to see any necessity what-
ever for a walk in this particular
place, however convenient it may
be. We heartily agree with a re-
cent article in the Inlander that it
would be a great misfortune in
every way to hamper or prevent the
practice games on the campus and
to compel their removal to the
athletic field. We feel sure the
auditing committee will see the
matter in the proper light and will
readily comply with the request, so
that baseball practice can be begun
promptly.
A WEsTERN Intercollegiate De-
bating league, consisting of four or
more of the leading universities of
the west, would be a project well
worth the careful consideration of
our contempories. We save ad-
dressed personal letters to the
managing editors of the college
papers of Universities of Chicago,
Wisconsin and Northwestern asking
their hearty co-operation in the
formation of such a league with
Michigan. From the tone of the
western press it would seem that
this plan will meet the warmest re-
ception at the hands of the uni-
versities mentioned. We hope to
see such a league organized as it
will be of great advantage to all the
universities concerned. Let the
proper action be taken here and
elsewhere for the formation of a
debating league to stand in matters
of debate in the same relation as
the Inter-collegiate Oratorical as-
sociation stands in oratorical mat-
ters.
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