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April 04, 1895 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1895-04-04

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THE U. OF M. DAILY.

Published Daily (Sunday excepted) during
the College year, by
THE 0, Of M INDEPENOEN ASSOCIATION,
OFFICE: Times buliding N. Main st., opposite
post ofsice.
EDITORS.
H. COLEMAN, Lit. '97, Managing Editor.
G. B. HARRISON, Law '96, Assistant
A. W. SusT', Lit. Spel., Assistant.
W. A. SLL, Law '96, Assistant.
J. A. LEROY, Lit. '96, Athletic Editor,
J. S. PEAn, Law '95, Business Manager.
H. W. LEvy, Law '96, Assistant.
Associate Editors.
S. B. Shiley, Lit.'95. H. A. Dancer, Lit.'95.
E. L. Evans, Law '95. E.R.Sunderland,Lit'96.
Carrie V.Smith,Lit.'96. L.R. lamblen,Law'96-
C.AIlsughtsnDent5. C. 11. Farrell, Lit.un9.
M Gibert,Engr . 7. L..'.Gamoledlc9 .
Minnie M. Thompson, LeL 7.
G. A. Heath, Pharmic'96.
Subscription price $250 per year, invariably
in advance. Single copies 3 cents. Subscrip-
tions may be left at the office of the DAILY,
at Stoffiet's, at State st. news stand,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. A ddress all matter intended for publi-
cation to the Managing Editor. All business
communications should be sent to the Busl-
ness Manager. .
THE U. OF M. DAILY,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
We would once more call attention
to the notice given out by Baseball
Manager Wee-ks as to the season tick-
ets for the baseball games. It will
be seen that by puriasing these tick-
ets one can obtain admission to the
games for half pric. The privilege
is restricted to members of the Ath~-
letic association, who can thus save
the price of their nemlersip tickets
on admissions to the baseball gaies
alone. It is accordingly a good in-
oestment for anyone who intends go-
ing to the gaies sthis spring to pur-
chase Athletic association tickets,
which also give thesn the right to use
the 'varsity tesnis courts. As the
election of the Athletic association is
held Saturday, all who intend pur-
chasing tickets should do so at once
in ordter to nalke use of their right
to vote.
Entries Close Tonight.
Entries for the all-aronnd gymnas-
tic competition for the Seneat Trophy
close tonight with Dr. Fitzgerald or
Mr. Fitzpatrick The' List of event
and method of scoring.the contestcsnts
was published in Monday's Daily. Be-
sides these events the forty yards dash
and exhibition boxing contest promise
to be very interesting contests. All
th track team candidates for the
sprints and hurdles have been put
on the list for the dash and will be
expected to compete in order to gain
the eicxperience. All otheirs who wish
to go into the dash Saturday night
should hand in their names at once.
As stated in yesterday's Dgvly iich-
etis to the contest may b ~ otained
free from Sc 'rt ry Vd by any
student. Thy may also be obtained
1p1n ,ppliutoHii Dt . FZrdat
the gy n asium. A-fter Satur yno

CHANGES PROPOSED.
Amendments to the Contitution of
the U.of M. Independent Ass'n.
At the annual meeting of the U. of
D1. Independent association April 6,
the following amendments to the con-
stitution of the association will be pro-
posed:
(1) Substitute the word "students"
for "Independents" in Section 1 of
Article II.
(2) Change Section 2 of Article 11
so as to read as follows: "The edi-
tors shall be apportioned as follows-
Ten to the literary department, five
to the law department, two to the
niedical department, and one to each
of the other departments represented
in the association by at least ten sub-
s cribera.
(3) Change Section 6 of Article II
to read as follows: The officers of
tlhe editorial board shall consist of as
managing editor and such assistants,
including a business manager, as the
board may elect from its number upon
the recommendation of the manag-
ing editor.
Add the following section to Article
II: Section 10-If in the opinion of
the managing editor a foregoing sec-
tion of this article interferes with
the practical cmnanagement of the
paper the board may temporarily
change such section by a three-fourths
vote upon his recommendation.
(4) Substitute the following for
Article III:
Section 1.-The members of the edi-
torial board of the U. of M. Daily
shall be chosen in the ratio of four
Independents to one member of a
fraternity or sorority.
Section 2.-Any member of the edi-
torial board not an Independent shall
be eligible- to any office of the board,
except that of managing editor, who
shall be an Independent.
Section 3.-Any Independent nem-
her of the board of editors joining a
fraternity thereby forfeits his posi-
tion on the board.
Strike out the: second by-law, which
is incorporated in the proposed Sec-
tion 3 of Article It.
INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION.
The annual, meeting of the Inde-
pendent association for the election of
editors to serve on the board of the
U. of M. Daily will be held in the
law lecture room Saturday, April 6,
at 10 a. 'm. A short business session
will be held, after which the members
will adjourn to their respective de-
partncemts, making their choice fer
editors. Only paid-up subscribers of
the Daily will he allow,d to vote, this
being a rule of the associatioss.
HARRY COLEMAN,
.Mianaging E ditor.
Engineering Notes.
Prof. Petteso will speak to the En-
gineering Society next Friday night on
the sbject of nine ventilation.
Prof. Taylor will Ieture to the stss-
s in woodw rk next Ssaturdy mor-
Ial 1+ o lwac i roii 10of n< l+n-

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The standard collection of College Songa
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