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VoL. V. No. 14L

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1895.

PRICE--THREE CENTS.

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DEPEW IS COMING.
THE GREAT AFTER - DINNER
SPEAKER WILL BE HERE MAY 2.
He Will Come at 5 P. M.-Proceeds
for the Co-Ed Gymnasium-Seats
Will Cost 25 Cents-Oratorical
Association In Charge,
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood an-
nounced to his classes yesterday that
lon. Chauncey M. Depew had kept
an old promise made to him four years
ago to come to Ann Arbor, and would
address the students in University hall
on Thursday afternoon May 2. It
was at the formal invitation of the
Oratorical association that Mr. Depew
-consented to come, but the most pleas-

To the Oratorical Association:
Answering yours of April 12th, I
hone I may be able to make a brief
visit to the Uiversity in response to
your very kind invitation, arriving
there as near 5 o'clock as possible
on the afternoon of May 2. As I have
to return to Detroit for a speech in
the evening, 1 am necessarily much
crowded for time. It will not be pos-
sible for me to deliver such an ad-
dress as your society deserves or may
expect, I can only give a short and
rather desultory talk.
Yours very truly,
CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW.
Political Science.
The Michigan Political Science asso-
ciation has just issued a new number
of its publication, containing the fol-

INTER-UNIVERSITY DEBATE
THE THIRD ANNUAL DEBATE TO
BE HELD FRIDAY EVENING NEXT.
Evanston, the Place of Contest-
Vice-President Stevenson Will
Probably Preside-The Subject of
Debate-Sketches of Debaters.
The debaters who are to represent
the University in the third annual
intercollogiate debate between. Miclit
gan and Northwestern leave for Chi-
cago tomorrow afternoon. The debate
will be held at Evanston, Ill., the set
of Northwestern University, Friday
evening, April 26.
The question for debate will be
"Resolved, that the United States
should own and control the Nicara-
guan canal." Michigan is to debate
the affirmative side. The judges will
be Hon. Byron K. Elliott, of Indiana-
polis, justice of Indiana. sujrme court;
John A. McMalhon, of Dayton, O.,
who was defeated by Calvin S. Price
for the United States senatorship, and
Gen. 1. C. Winkler, of Milwaukee.

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ing part of the announcenent was lowing papirs:
that half of the admission fees would "Legal Education: Its Relation to
be given as a starter to the co-ed the Pee-pl and the-Sttt." 11 B.
gymllnasium fund. Hutchins. dean-elect of the law de-
It is Prof. Trueblood's desire to have partment; "LocalSelf-Government, so-
Mr. Depew met at the train by a large called, as it is found in the Consti-
delegation of students and escortied to itution of Michigan, Prof. Otto Kirch-
University hall. He regards Mr. De- 1ner; "Social Evolution," by Benjamin
hew as the representative orator of Kidd; "A critical review," 1ev. Dr.
the time and President Angell, when Wm. Pratl; "Incongruity of the Di-
told of his consent to come remarked vorce Laws in the United States-A
that he ought to be greeted with an Legal Tangle," lion. John C. Rich-
audience and enthusiasm second only berg.
to that which was accorded President Membership in the association is
Cleveland.- Prof. Trueblood further open to students for an annual pay-
says lie has paid $0 for a seat to hear ment of one dollar, one-third of the
him talk and his coming here at his regular fee. The present is a particu-
own expense is a favor lie had hardly larly good time to join as members
thought possible. Therefore, lie hopes coming in now get the four numbers
the occasion will make one of the already issued without extra charge,
red letter days in the history of the as well as several others that are ex-
University. As half the proceeds are pected to appear during the year.
to be given to the co-ed gymnasium Among the contents of the latter will
it was intended at first to charge be an important paper oil the currency
50 cents admission for all except mem- by Prof. Taylor. The numbers al-
hers of the Oratorical association, who ready out contaic several articles by
wore to pay 25 cents, but it has now Judge Cooley, Prof. H. C. Adams and
ission others connected with the University.
been decided to reduce the admission -
to 25 cents to all alike, and the mem- 1 Students' Lecture Association.
bers of the Oratorical associationi will
be given reserved seats. The Th annual department election of
ject of Mr. Depew's address has not electors to choose members of the
been learned, but it will have somo S. L. A. board will be held in the
bearing upon oratory or orators.-. several departments Saturday, April
The other points of interest in re- 27. Art. II, Sec. 3, of the bylaws
lation to his coming are given in the
following correspondence: read as follows: "Students of the
.lon. Chauncty I. Depew, several departments shall meet on the
New York City: last Sasturday of April and choose by
Dear Sir,-The University Oratort- ballat from their number electors, in
cal association learning that you are the proportion of one to every fifty
to be in Detroit tse evening of May 2:, members (ticket holders) of the depart-
desire to give you a public reception
in University hall that afternoon or ment, and an extra elector for every
at your convenience. This association fraction above twenty-five. In the
consists of 600 icembers anti'is the apportionment of electors should any
largest organization of its kind among departient have less than fifty and
-the universities. more than twenty-five members (ticket
We desire to honor you as the holders) it shall entitle it to an elec-
Tepresentative orator of the> time, and tor."
we wish you to know that you are the For further particulars as to time
frst of the public speakers to be ac- and places, see department bulletin
corded this distinction. boards.
Signed, All season tickets must be exchanged
UNIVERsI TY ORATORICAL Ass'w. for single admission tickets at Wahr's
W. F. DIEHL, State st. store by Thursday evening,
Preside t. pril 2.

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minutes in which to present his argu-
ments, and the last speaker for Michi-
gan will have five minutesl to sumios i
the affirmative arguments at th- close..
Last year Northwestern won from
the local debaters by four points. Ils
1803, Michigan won by a safe margin.
It is to be hoped Michig es cNill get
back into her old form this ymear.
The representatives of Northwestern
are able and experience dibaiters.
Eli P. Bennett, '96, will also represent
his university this year in the North-
ern Oratorical league contest, in wshich
:Michigan will be represented. It. F.
Ward, another of Northwestern's de-
bateis, is said to be a model debater.
Horace W. Cook, '05 L, the third (-on-
testant, is counted one of Northwest-
ern's very best men.
Evanston will not be better repre-
sented than will Michigan as far as
able speakers go.
Mr. Frank P. Sadler, '90, the winner
of last year's Northern Oratorica.
league contest, will start the debate.
IHo was born in Springfield, Ill., in
1871. Beforei coming to the Univer-
sity he spent one year in the Valpar-
also Normal School and another year
in Knox College, at Galesburg, 111.
As an evidence of his scholarship, it.
may be mentioned that lie held for
three years the presidency of Christian
County (Illinois) Pupils' association,
the place being given to the one who
by a severe competitive examination,
showed himself most entitled to the
honor.
The second speaker for Michigan
will be James V. Oxtoby, 'Wt L, and
CONTIN JED ON SECOND PAGE.

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