THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
)4L of t~. PdtU.
published Dily (Sndys excepted) dring the
College yeae. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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F. EoGEHARDo, '01 L.
. 1. HNe, '00 .
Athletic Edit, T. I. Woottoos,'00 L.
r. W, JON E, '9, A. It. McDocoxiLi, '01 F.
F. D. EXAx, 00. . H. LoND,'IOM,
G. D.HeeUNeno. '01 E, J. B. Wol),'00.
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IN CuoeoGE Or TDAY'S ISSE
P. W. JONES.
There' will be a sletinilg of tioe
newly elected DAILY Bloar for
ortganiaion, Tuesiay eveitg at 7
The'tc hlletic Asocittioti is tit he
officers. The botrd is filled oip itl
go men w01 oho will liok after the
affairs of the associattioitt a busineso
like tay. Mr. Day is all able atd a
ptopular 111110 ttnd is well qualified to
cotinue ande extend the swork 00
tiobly begun, aid pesistetly ad
faithfloly carried ott by Mr. Wen-
At te annual electito of the U.
Oc M. Dutiy Association held Satur-
cay, the followiig editor were
elected fits the ensuing1 year:
T. R. WVoodrio, 00 L., A. H.
McDougall, '01 E., . H. Han, '00
L, A. G. Brown, '02, F. Egehard,
'01 L., P. W. Jones, '99, C. L.
Niles, '99, J. B. Woid, '00, G. D.
Hudnutt, '01 E., C. D. Cool, '99,
'W. D. Hickey, '00 M. , L. J. Mont
Mr. Eatan decliet to be a candi-
date for re-election.
Agaiinta Michigat won a victory
fronm a rival. Chicago woo defeated
in debate compilleely and fairly.
And to Micigan's debaters is the
credit edue. They went before a hos-
tile audience prepared to do their
part for another triumaph for the U.
of M. and they have done their work
nobly. Chicago attempted to nake
Michigan feel her inferiority by not
miakitog a big occasion of the debate.
No effors were miade to arouse any
interest or to secure a large attend-
anice of Chicago students. This
very' act shoedvilthat they were try.
ing 1o mike te cotest apear inig
nificanat. If Chicao had hopes of
convincinag the East of her superior-
ity by this sort ef conduct, her de-
feat is nt calculated to have the
desired effect. Elaborate arrange-
ments have been tmade by Chicago
for the debate with Colunbia next
Friday night. By thus cringing to
the East Chicago hopes to sow her
inidependence of the West. But her
last defeat ought to covince her of
tile folly of her course
The Chicago Debate.
The DAILY has received the fol-
leoing letter fritti Sigmond Sanger,
wh-iichlocintaits a pase of the Ci-
cago debate owhicli has not appeared
Editor U. f311. Daily:
Our victory was easily and fairly
won. Not the nost enthusiastic or
ardent Chicago admtirer could qe-
tioti the deision. Oe shecial feat
tre, which I believe tas accepablle
to all, was the vigor and exteit of
of our rebtuttal Every 0110 of is
laid our~ preparedl speeches aside and
fairly tet Chicago's argittetts.
What was left after our asers is
not wotrtht smentioning. Te sieNorth-
western boys were eitt iti fu111 force
and took great delight ito Chicagos
defeat. Clicago should colle in for
severe criticisml. Either becatse they
anticipated defeat ot because they
wattedi to belittle the affair, they
lad mallde practically 110 arrat g-
lielts for tle cotest. 'rie allar
was a financial failure, it having
beeti poorly advertiset and it owill
cost each university illthe league
$50 tti Imake good the deficit. Oi
tile other hatd Chicago University
trustees appropriatei $300 for tliiir
debate with Coluttbia, wichl takes
place next Friday. It was their
evitent intentiotn to mlake or conl-
test a siial afftir anti Cotmbia's
a leadin~g event. If they cai fitd
any cotsolationl ii havitg Michigan
receive a unaniimouots decisioto on their
oon grounds they arcoelcote.
Our teatu is the otly teamlini'
Michigat's history wining twon'
utianimous victories and we are feel-E
ig sotewhclat elated over that fact.
The tea.u oises to send its tanks
for your favorable comnment of Tur-
day and any other nice things ohici
yout may say of us.
Our stay is indefiite, but every-
body is ot lis best behavior.
The Legislature one.
Tie legislators 0wre royally entetr-
tamned by the Elks after the enter-
tanent at thes gytm Friday sight
and few of tietmtfelt like doitg
mnuclo visitig the next day, altogl
some of themn"went to the hospi-
tals," as advised by President Angel
in his address Friday. The etie
party left Saturday afternoo, the
majority going to Lansing, togh
mntyowent to their hioes to spetd
Sunday. __ ____
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