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March 27, 1894 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1894-03-27

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

. JC. , " iCOMMUNICATION.
_____ SEtitori I". ori M. tlAii.vl
With the increase of inetrest in'
Pushed Datinly (suudayexepelted)iBdune- intercollegiate debate there should
TH tU O ,IDoEENENeAr, OCIby ONhe a revival of interest in oar local
'_ .O .IDPEDN SOITO dehating societies. This desirable
Subavcriptoipirbtiipryajvral result may, in a measure, be attain-'
inivae a i'e tale copieasi cenits. Sbbcripe ed by a series of inter society de-'
dovnteas be lest at thebe ce osit(hr DAmy. hates. 'The societies of the law de-
binStotetas, weisb ainy vt tbeedioastie partnsent have already establisheid
autborizedt tolicitors. the custom of meeting each other
comuici ona shouls reacbh(lie office by
7 n'clvvbe . i.i tbey arerio appeair tbe nextini contest three toses earls year.
clay. Addrtess all mattier intended for publica- l.et the societies of the literary dle-
n is ibe Macaging Editor. All buiniass partment do likeswise, and then let
omniaiationasisold be aeat to tbe Bni- the twvo winning societies mieet in a
vLent Mitrmger. final contest for first place. 'this
THE U. af X. DAILY.
Ann Arbor. Hiob. would both increase the interest and
efficiency of society work and give?
EDITORS. our msen a better opportunity to die-
A. Oixsias, Law- '9i, Maiiagiiig ditori. selop their debating powers before'
iIt A. t>_t~t,t Lit. '94, Asolistmtt they iieet in coiitest swith other col-
..(tutu Lii,t O, b Aist rot'
i'. t'eiSo'iS'T C ' U AF. 1'T .ege. H
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sonte change iiiighst be maide so that
ths conflict of slates iiay bse otivi-
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Thie iaverage weight of the Pienn-
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A. spring siquad its football viii be
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