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W. A. SriLL, Law '0, Assitant.
J. A. Leto, Lit.'I, Atbletic Editor.
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S. B. Shiley, Lit. '5. I. A. Dancer, Lt'i.
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Carrie V.Smith,Lit.'S. LR. tasblen,Law'll.
E. S. Bartlett, Lit. '7. C. B. Fa-ll, lit.h.
tM. Gilbert, Engr.'97. I.B.Gammon,Medic'll.
Minnie Al. Thomson, L..'9.
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Ann Arbor, Mich.
The editors do not hold themselves reston-
sible fr the opinions or statemens ot corres-
pondents, appearing in the AIL.
Much tdisatisfaetioni is being sow.
beause of the failure to scues ni-
vesty hall for -the'htldig ot a. il-
ver discussion, thec reasoti tr its rt-
fustl being that such a nmetig woud
be partsan, andl therfore out of titl-
11101y'with the purptoses itoftducation
at this istituion.
In order tat a regulain regar-
lng the rental of Uinversity hall may
be adapted andtieforced it is nees-
sary that seie definite itele trawt
betweenl entertainmnents ad events
which are eligible to its use, atd those
that are forbidden bectts at teir'
peculiar characer. It is not easy to
determine a-lin a restrictol shall be
laid upon a certain occasion wole
it has been the practice of the
authoritis to grat the use at the hal
for one purpose and dey it for anothot'
indiscritminately. Wheaa the reasol
is given for its refusal because of
partisanship in certain political ques-
tions it must be remenbered that the
Iall has many times been granted to
evaugenlical churches farth le holding
of netings. It may be urged that the
majority of students are attendants
at tesoelthurches, but tat does nt
make the matter right. Tithere are
enough ostide to lash upon such ac-
tion as an injustice to their particular
creed and method of worship. As the
practice has been to allow certain
churches the use of the hall thorn is
no reason why a refusal should be
made upon those-n-lie wish to investi-
gate certain phases of the mnonetay
*question through the nmedium of prom-
inent expositors of the question It
is dicriminaion, pre and simple,
when privileges are granted to one
organiation and denied to another.
A cut of all the oficers of the junior
law class w'ill appear in the "Res
Tht 'February tumibr of Iltatide
sill li t' ltF-rialy. Te pbllicltton
is bitm full of iiarertstilg iatltter
fromthetii'pns of te best literary
taltint ott the University. Dr. S. A.
tJoes futnisln sIe leaing aricle "A
lelatsbd IKnigt Errnit," conhilitle
from the preceeig numtbe' of the
maineis' Dr. Jones writes in ittst
trrcourse with Alc. Crtis, givig sev-
otal extates frtit letters whch 111100
edl between temi.
"toedc~ation" is the title of a hight
story b1y Frank I Stith, '3. "The
tack of Diamoneuds," b Miss Baret,
is another short college sketch, fl
of interest. "A Valetine," ty Wtettr
Drew, anidtl"'Ilie Msi of the Strilgs"
11y Edwatrd t-ield, compises the1oti-
cat lpicc , irank P. Daitiels am tt
short article, "Ai Evening Wili
College Republican League,
Thte annuatll cotiettion of tie Amier-
icainILagute of Coleg' Reutblicai
clubs will be belithn Grand Raids,
Mict., n April G. Among te 1,Tht-
able steakers are Congressman Rted,
Gotv. McKinley, Sealtors Aldrich, lig-
gills, -I lcott and Brrows and ix-a
Selittor John Patton, j.
NOTICE TO TRACK MEN.
There will be atlmeetig at all cai
didlts for tie trak team Strday9
evening, Mrcia.iind, at 7 oclock, in
room 24, north wing of the main build-
lng, Plans fr the spring traiing
will be discussed atd te candidates
will be set at work.
J. A. LE ROtY, Cat.
There will be a nietilg of all11'lil-
didates for the 'S track~ tenm at 4
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,% Americaus affairs, and i edited, with periect independence, in is own office 1
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