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May 05, 1894 - Image 2

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

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P'ublished Daily (Sundays excepted) durng
[a (Colage yar, by
THlE U. OF M. INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION
FOa the third time Michigan has
carried off first place in the inter
collegiate Oratorial contest, and we
are almost inclined o feel that we
are invincible. The winning of last
ight's const proves conclusively
that Michigan ranks at the very
head of the great universities of the
country in this line. We are proud,
and we are justifialy so. We are
proud of our representative, Mr. F.
P. Sadler, who has so ably upheld
our honor, we are proud of Prof.
Truelood, who trained him, and to
whom the sucess of Michigan in
such contests iu so largely sie; and
we are proud of Mr. Wede meyer,
who presided with such fitness.
Michigan has ever een ready to
show her appreciation of those who
have upheld her glory and every
one is urged to meet them at the
Michigan Central train at 9:o to-
night to give the victors an appro-
priate reception upon their return.
Let every one who has the interest
of Michigan at heart attend, and
aid in receiving them in a manner
suitahle to the occasion.
Now that a definite stand has een
taken in regard to what will e cone
for track athletics this year, it is to
he hoped that more interest will e
displayed than has een so far. As
to sending men ast, we elieve that
our proper field is the West, andi
that every effort should have been
made to send a winning tearn to
Chicago ext month. This is the
first real intercollegiate champion
ship meeting of the West, partici-
pated in by the colleges which are
our natural rivals, and wyc cannot
hut regret that Michigan's influence
andi enthsusiasm have not been lent
toward "making tie affair a success.
However, it must be confessed that
there were important otsidec con-
siderations, chief amnong whirls was
the question of money. To go into
the Western championships in tse
say Mlichigan's reputation dcnatnd-
ed, requiredl more msony tian the
athletic managers beliesd possbe
to give, and tie Eastern trip has
been chosen more fromsfinancial
considerations thasn any other. Al-
thsougih wv believe a mistake has
been smade, swe are glad that a stand
has been talent, ansi woisd urge that
the matter be iushed to success. If
swe are to scott men Eas, se mist
make a creditable shoswing. Let
every effort be directed to thin end.

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