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VOL. V. No. 112.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1895.

PRICE-TLEE CENTS.

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U. OF M. YS, NORTH WESTERN
SADLER. OXTOBY AND KIMBALL
WILL BE OUR DEBATERS.
iclhigan Will Support the Affirma-
tive of the Proposed Question-
The Markings of the Judges-Pre-~
vious Debates.
The fil p jrelimniary contest 1he1(
last night to cioose -Micigan's r: h-
setatives ini the seconidlanuiial debate
with Nortliwesten resulted in the
aselection of F.. 1. Sadler, 'i6 lii,.3. V.
Otohy, 'il law. and C. P. Kim-
ball, '95 law. The iiiilienei
filed the law leture room and a smfith
ict suml s inithe handiis of ftle de-
bate coiniiittee toimeetfl-heeessary
l'Xluifses.
Thle three mieni coseni will splport
thei aiiintive ofthlei'qusiio, "te-
solved, thiaitthe 'i mted States govern-
met shionldcoistrnt and control the
Nicaragua canal. The choie of sides
was miade by Michigan some time ago,
tit was not madhi lilblie until -lasf
nigit. It was at firt deeided to defer
the choice of sies until it col ble
mlaite y the successful debaters.
Northiwesterni ojectedt to this, how-
ever, anid a. commiittee ws aipointei,
consisting of Presient Agell, Pre.
Adams aind Prof. Thompson.xlio
chose the affirnativ. This was un-
known to the judges and contestants
until after the result of thi debate
was annon~ced last night.
All the speakers showed a thorough
preparatoin and their argumenets were
well delivered. C. F. Kimball, who
closed the afirmative, illustrated his
remarks withl a clever miaip of his own
drawing. The judges' markings were
as follows, the dirst figure being the
miark given the seaker on argument,
the second 'being that le receivd omi
lila delivery;the contestants are given
in the order in which they spoke:
U. G. Vogan-Prof. ;Mecem, 8-75
Prof. Hinsdale, 75-70; Mr. Pond, 45-85;
total, 485.
W. H. Wilcox-Mechem.82-75; Hins-
dale, 90-85; Pond, 81-80; toa, 493.
Edmsond Block - Mechem, 81-75;
H-insdale, 80-5; Pond, 80-88; total 4711.
P. J. Crosby--MAechemo , 81-80; Hins-
dale, 85-95; Pond, 85-90; total, 516.
F. W. Newton-Mechem, 80-70; Hins-
dale, 72-68; Pond, 98-75; total, 4653.
T. V. Oxtoby-Mechem, 3-75; Hins-
C, F. Kinball-Mechsem, .85-85; Hins-
dale, 98-92; Pond, 98-95; total, 541.
dale, _82-93; Pond, 95-00; tota, 54.
F. P. Sadler-Mechem, 8580; Hins-
dale, 94-94; Pond. 97-98; total, '54.
This yers cooest with Northwest-

years ago between Michigan anil the DR OENS DRS.NO GOOD STUDENT
'iniversity of Wiscomisims which was____

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woni by Micigan. (Onr represnta-
ives were C. 'T. Purdy, A. W1. Jeffers
aini L. B. Lisoi.
Last ,years idebate with Northwest-
en, whic-h was also mli here. ws
tipoin the question of amnexig the tHa-
wmaimin islanids. Mii-higan lst, receiv-
ing a total Imrkig of 101 poil
to 1,014 rceiveil by Nortiwistern.
f'te btaers who reprsentei thte Cini-
virsity wvre E. W. arlatt, E. C.
Princeton Drops Pennsylvania.
imittee on athletics has decideit to sts-
pen nithiile(tie relations between te
tiliversity of Peninsylvania andl
Princeton.tteinceforth, therifore.mio
gaines of any sut will te plyd
betweeii the twosuiversities, iiiiss
the cinmitti es ener is ihanged.
This action is taken, as Prncetiii
clatn, "beeause the gaies occasiedi
titteness of feliig betieen te Iwuo
InstittionsThie fiotball 1and(1blse-
ball games between these two univter-
sities have eigeoiereil so great mi rival.
ry iduring the pist two years that the
comiittee thought that Intercollegiate
relatiomns were becoming uniuly
straineid. They assert that this rule is
inot mienlt to be prmantnt, tiut is de-
signeid to idispose of the bitter rivalry
tiy idoing awaiy for a few years with
the gamses that cause it. enisyl-
vatnia on the other hand claims that
Peinssylvamia's miany victories ver
Princeton the past few years have
brotgt about this idecision. Te
Pennsylvaniani qoes Mlr. J. C. Bell
as sayinig that Pensylvania will not
bie put out by this refusal of Princeton
to play with her, for she "can enter
into contests with other universitis
and can arrange schedules witl the
University of Michigan, with Coriell
soil with Harvard"
Engineers Meet Tonight.
The engineer's imdoor meet will be
held In- the gymnasumn tonight, be-
ginning at 7:30. Considerable interest
has been manifesed by te engineers,
and the entry lists are quite well filled,
giving promise of good contests.
Tilere will be at least on relay race
anid very likely two or three, the
teams loig chosn from the civil,
nmechancal and elctrial engineers
respectively Other events will be the
running high jump, high kick, rope
climbing, bar vault, tmbling and
wrestling.' The meet will be entirely
informal in character, and all specta-
tors will be welcome.
Pro. Griffin will lecture to the laws
Monday. Prof. Champlin delivers
Tuesdays lectures.

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THE FIRST OF THE EPWORTH
LEAGUE SERIES OF LECTURES.
His Subject, "Afternoons With
Great Men"- Personal Reminis-
cences of Whittier, Holmes and
Phillips.
The first in thit series of leturs
arranigiedlby te Epwuortti 1agil eo'l-
ieteil with the First Mtethiodisit elilice
of this city, was givenl lt that chlmret.
tlist ntghmt. Rev. Dr. toberni stuke
imioni "Afternoons With Great len.'
Th lie ienli-ice ws of modterati' sie
ouwig perhimaps to tie nimiber of (11101
attractions.
The three men selectid for idiscs-
ion wire not chosen tecausothtey'
wire esie dally great. sinci' historys
pages teem ii th itheii' nmes of tile
ti-lly great. All aroundmi ns an' sift
Naplolonic mins mppinilg slt strat-
gic caimaigs against ipovirty; yet we
ai-e noit gi'iat etunghi tiirealie' it.
Thlese three-John Greinleaf Whiittt.
tOliver Wendeull iolines antI 'ienel
Phillips, are taken because their names
anr' houshlod words throutgot'str
land.
The doctor spoke first of his visit to
tile Quaker pot. Whittier was it
the timie iif lu' visit a man of somie
siventy-five yars, but sill mi boy ii
te joyousness ofmils daily life. Ills
faith was the pilre antI silmie belitf
in the t'ather's love as texiiibitd ii
the law. Rev. Dr. Cobern slid le
wvished Is audince could have seei
the dear old main on that summil-r
afternoon, and have heard the swet
ripptling of hlis voice with its pleasing
Quaker accents.
"The Autocrat of the Breakfast
Table" was considereit nemxt. tomes
was the Brahma of New Englnd
in his plte and polished education.
It verily seemed that le ould have
rejected John, the Baptist, if he dii
not have a great care about his nom-
Wnativo, and objective ases. His
beuiu itepe TeCabrd Nautilus," is uidoubtedly the greatest
creation of Is genius and tie one
upon which his reputation rests.
The manly formi of Wendell P'hil-
lips was one which Dr. Cobirn said
would have inpressed any one who
might have nmet hiim with its Imherent
kinginuess. In the awu convulsions
of the country that were to give birth
to a united people, Wendell Phillips
was the hearld of the abolition. P'hil-
lips stands out in history as the ex-
ponent of human liberty against the
dark teachings of slavery in the ffty'.
In closing the speaker told many
anecdotes of the experience of Phillips
with mobs. The next lecture will be
given by Dr. Steele upon "Backbone.

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