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THE U. OF M. DAILY .
.. Ass Arbor, Mich.
The report of the Northwestern de-
bate in Saturday's Daily was made
up almost entirly from press dis-
patches which originhted with North-
western students at Evanston. Since
the return of our representativcs this
morning the 'matter appears is an-
other light, as so1 important state-
lments ine the Daily tomorrow will re-
The Daily has received several com-
munications on various topics recently
which have not been published for se.-
eral reasons. In the first place, it is
an unvarying rule with all nespaprs
never to publish unsigned cousninica-
tions. Further than this, the Daily
cannot give half its spac' every few
days to stuff of little interest to the
majority of its, readers. It is aways
open' to students and others interested
in the Universty to express their opin-
ions on any matter relevant to the
University, but its columns are not yet.
begging for something to fil chemu. If
you have anything to say, therefore,
make it concise and to the point and
sign your name as au evidence of good
Michigan Students Received.
The reception given to Michigan
students at Newberry hall Saturday
evening was largely attended. Each
visitor on entering the reception room
was given a card on which to register
the names of those to whom they were
introduced. In this way all found
getting acquainted an easy matter.
After an hour of handshaking the
program was presented. Professors
Thompson, Carsact sand Vau<han oc-
cupied most of the time with remin-
isceices of their clleg4 days. each
tried to outdo the o ters s the elat-
ig of jokes, which weo'didilged In
durng 'early lfe at the inivrsity.
Mrs. W. W. 5Beian elosed the pro
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and arrived in Chicago' at G a. in. Sat-
It would be hard to tell which city
vasi most hospita.ble, but the reception
at every place was most cordial. Es
pecially was this so at Chicago, St.
Lonis, Des Moines and Davenport. In
Colorado the receptions were the most
elaborate, owing to the fact of there
being so few alumni. In Pueblo
schools were let out, flags raed alnd
every mark of honor possible shown.
In Colorado Springs and Denver,
everything was done to please. The
clubs are most enthusiastic over their
reception and regret that this most
successful of trips is ended.
ratoricald hontest Friday.
With the Northwestern debate just
over, the reception to Chauncey De-
pew neat Thursday and the Norithern
Oratorical League contest next Friday
night, oratorical int'rests iire, are
lively. Our representative in the
Northern Oratorical League this year,
J. H. Mays, leaves next Thursday
for Iowa City, Ia., wher'- the contest
will be held this year under the aus-
piees of the University of Iowa. Ote
will be accompanied by F. .. Ingra-
ham, his alternate, and byJ .B.
Brooks, Michigan's third delegate1 to
the League convention. Prof. True-
blood will remain to the Depew re-
ception, after which he will be un--
able to reach Iowa City until 7 o'clock
the evening of the contest.
Track Athletic Notes.
Every day last week except Friday
and Saturday there was a good num--
ber of candidates out training for the
varsity track team. Thew trainer says
that anyone who has any intention
of trying for the team must certalily
get down to work in the next two days
if he is to do anything. Only candi-
dates who ar out every day and work
faithfully will be given, the lylaces
on the teams. All who wish to train
are admitted to the field every day
when there is a ball game, so long as
they do steady work. As soon as any-
one shirks isis work lie will be re-
quired to pay at the ball games. Sev-
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