THE UNIVEII1TY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Orric.: Times building, 329 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Sts.
J. F. THOMAS,'00 L.
O. H. IANs,'00 L.
11. B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics.
E. L. GInsE, '03 L. G. D. IUNUTT,'00.
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1. A. CAMrncLL,'0. Allan fCAPrElL, 'S
F. ENGELeARD,.'98. F. D. EAMAS, '00
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for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
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The Daily Board will meet Saturday,
March 26, at I p. in., in Room9, U. H.
The Good Government Club requests
the Daily to state that it is not pushing
any amendments to the S. L. A. consti-
tution as a body. The amendments re-
cntly printed by the Daily were drawn
op by individual members of the club.
We are also requested to announce that
the club makes it its unvarying policy
to keep out of poliical deals of all
S. L. A. Constitution.
( Continued from first page.)
Ing of the Association.
Sec. 4.-It shall be the duty of the
Recording Secretary to appoint users;
take charge of the same, and of the
hall and such other duties as usually
devolves upon his office.
Correspsniding Seetar y.
Sec. 5.-There shall be a Correspond
Ing Secretary, whose duties it shall he
to conduct all correspondence and su-
perintend all advertising, and sign all
general admission tickets.
Sec. 5.-There shall be an Assistant
Treasurer, whose duties it shall he to
receive and sign all single tickets from
the president and to take charge of the
Election of Officers.
Section 1.-The officers above nanied
and all other officers shall be elected
for a term of one year. The outgoing
officers shall have' full powers to com-
plete all busintss pertaining to their
Sec. 2.-All officers of this Associa-
tion shall be elected by an electoral
college which shall meet on the second
Saturday of May.
Sec. 3.-Students of the several de-
partments shall meet on the last Satur-
day of April and choose by ballot from
their number electors in the proportion
of one to every fifty members of the
department and an extra "lector for ev-
ery fraction above 25. In :he appor-
tionment of electors should any depart-
ment have less than 50 and more than
25 members it shall entitle it to an elec-
Sec. 4-Any student of the I7. f21.
holding a season ticket shall be anem-
her of the Association for all purposes
set forth in the constitution and. by-
Se. 5.-At the meeting forthe elee-
lion -of the Electoral College, the tellers
and clerks of election shall be chosen
by a committee of three of the mem-
bers of the hoard of officers, selected by
the president. Ns twos of the mnenobers
of the board shall be members of the
Sec. 6.-The member of the board
holting the highest office shall preside
in his department; in case there is no
member of the board in any depart-
ment a chairman may be chosen.
Sec. '.-In the distribution of the nine
officers of the Association, the literary
department shall have at least three
officers, the law department at least
two, the medical at least one and the
dental at least one.
Sec. 8.-In the elections held by each
department for choice of electors a plu-
rality of votes shall elect.
Section 1.-All tickets of the Associa-
tion shall be numbered consecutively
and signed by the Corresponding Sec-
Section 1.-Amendments may be pro-
posed at the meeting for chosing elect-
ors; and any amendment shall require
a two-thirds vote of the members pres-
ent at the meeting of the different de-
SecLsons I-At ssy naeting of the As-
5ociation, excepting the annual sleet-
ing, 50 shall constitute a quo-sul. At
the annual election, one-tenth of the
members in the department shall con-
stitute a quorum.
Section 1.-Robests' Rules of Order
shall govern the proceedings of the
meetings of the Association whenever
its own constitution is silent on any
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