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VOL. VIII. No. 156. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, FRtDAY, APRIL i9 1898 PwcE-3 CENTS.

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TO-NIGHT'S DEBATE.
All Arrangements Made-
Sketches of Our Debaters.
Nearly all the details for the annual
Chicago-Michigan debate which takes
place tonight in University hall have
been completed. Prof. Trueblood has
received Chicago's acceptance to the
last judge proposed. The judges who
will preside tonight are Prof. Oliver M.
Emerson, of Adelbert College, Western
Reserve University; Hon. Edward R.
OMalley, city attorney of Buffalo, N.
Y.; and-Judge J..A. Barber, of the Com-
cmon Pleas Court of Toledo, Ohio.
The debating team from Chicago ar-
rived last night and during their stay
here will be entertained by the Orator-
ical Association at the Cook House.
The committee in charge of the debate
promise some new features in the man-

to Michigan from Tufts, where he grad-
uated with .the degree of A. B. He was
horn in Palmer, Mass., Oct. 5, 1874. Ne
went through the high school at Palm-
er. Mr. Dillon is a member of the Al-
pha Tau Omega fraternity. While in
Tufts College, Mr. Dillon took a regu-
lar course in oratory and represented
that college in some of its contests. He
was also quite prominent in athletics,
there playing on the football and base-
ball teams for two years and manag-
ing the former team at the same time.
Article By President Angel.
The editors of the Michiganensian
have issued an announcement which
they are distributing among the stu-
dents. It consists of four pages and
mentions some of the prominent fea-
tures of this year's annual. From a lit-
erary standpoint the book wil far sur-
pass any other annual ever issued here.
In adition to the articles noted in . a

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'S. L. A. ELECTION
ImportantfeAmmendments To Be
Submitted.
To the Members of the Students' Lee-
tore Association:
The annual meeting of the associa-
tion for choosing electors will be hel
Saturday, April 30, at 1:30 p. m. Stu-
dents holding season tickets are entitled
to vote. The members will meet in their
several departments and vote for the
electors to which their respective de-
partments are entitled. Nansen slips
exchanged for season tickets must be
presented at the door. The following
articles adopted by the Board of fie
gents April 22nd will be submitted to
the association Saturday for incorpora-
tion in the constitution and bylaws:
"All tickets for the Students' Lecture
Association shall be prepared by the
treasurer of the University, at the ex-
pense of the association, and shall be
delivered by him, receipts being taken
therefor, to the proper officers of the as-
sociation. The appointment of all
doorkeepers and ushers shall be subject
to the approval of the treasurer of the
University. All moneys realised from
the sale of tickets, together with all un-
sold tickets, shall be handed over to the
treasurer of the University, who shall
hand the money over to the treasurer
of the association."
"There shall be an auditing board, of
which a member of the Senate, to be
designated by the President,. shall be
chairman. The approval of this board
shall be necessary for all expenditures
and contracts."
"No engagements for entertainments
thall be entered into without the ap-

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will be over by 9:45 o'clock. At 10
o'clock the visiting team, the presiding
officer, the judges and invited friends
will be given a banquet at the Campus
Club. A list of toasts have been ar-
ranged and the affair promises to be
a most pleasant ending of the contest.
The votes of the judges will be made
by ballot so that the delay often ex-
perienced when the judgesare allowed
to retire to render their verdict will be
avoided. This system has been tried
with success in the Central Debating
League.
The last practice debate was held by
the Michigan team last night. The
time was mostly spent in rebuttal and

agement of the program. The debate previous issue of the Daily will be an
will begin promptly at 8 o'clock and article on "Two Egyptian Universities,"

by President James B. Angell. This is
the first article for publication that
President Angell has written since his
going to Turkey. He describes the pe-
culiarities of life at the universities of
Heliopolis and Cairo, both of whichi he
visited in his recent trip rp the Nile.
The article will be a most interesting
one, especially to students of this Uni-
vErsity.
S. L. A. Caucus.
Fifty-three students met yesterday
in- Room C and caucused for candidates
for the S. L. A. W. B. Harrisosi was
elected chairman. Then a motion was
carired to nominate candidates for pjes-
ident, corresponding secretary and
treasurer. The following were nomin-
ated without opposition: President, J.
S. Lathers, '00 L; corresponding secre-
tary, H. J. McCreary, '99, and treasurer,
C. G. Roe, '99. A motion was made and
carried to have the candidates name a
steering committee to secure favorable
electors. When the motIon was first

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m !oles.
We have every varity from 5c
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Sporting Goods of allkinds.
Base Ball Suits made to'order.
Prices are right.

in a further mastery of the terms and
interpretation of the treaty.
A short sketch of the careers of the
Michigan team follows:
Thomas A. Berkible was born in Bed-
ford, Pa., June 9, 1871. He attended the
public schools at Lawrence, Kan., and
graduated from the Kansas City High
School in the class of '95. He received

his degree of LL. B. from this Univer- sbougn up an ameadmens was ofered
to have the steering committeo.. lected
sity in the class of '97 and has been
a syear pursuingp u and not appointed, but was promptly
back thisyarurun post graduate
studies in the literary and lIw depart- sqtelched. Otherwiseeverything
ments. Mr. Berkible was class presi- brought up.by'the:committee of the
dent of '95 L in his freshman year. Last candidates went through without oppo-
year he received first place on the '98 sition.
law class contest, and third on the Uni- Gun Club Will Shoot.
'Mr. Lloyd C. Whitman, '99L,w The University Gun Club will hold its
born in Ypsilanti June 2, 1875. He went regular shoot next Saturday afternoon
through the Ann Arbor High School at 1:30 p. m. at its grounds on S. State
and graduated from the University st. The club has selected this early
hour in order. that the members may
with the degree of A. B. in 96. Mr.
Whitman is a member of the Zeta Psi attend the baseball game with North-
rater oiy., was on the '9' Junior western. All students who wish to join
Mop committee, and was treasurer of the club are requested to bring their,
the Oratorical Association last year and guns with them. The club has at pres-
has been secretary of the National ent about 25 members, including many
Democratic clubs.., This is the first year crack shots.
that. Mr. Whitman has entered any of Dr. Carrow will be present at the
the oratorical or debating contests. punting contest and will presenut the cup
gr. David FrancisDillon, '9 L, came in person.

proval of the president of the Univer-
sty."
"The proper officers of the association
shall make a full financial statement i
writing at the close of each season to
the -treasurer of the University."
"The bond of the treasurer of the as-
sociation shall be approved by the aud-
iting board of the University."
The above articles, embodying the
ideas of both the committee on consti-
tution, appointed by the board, and the
faculty committee, have been; adopted
by the regents of the University, Ow-
ing to this fact, it seems unnecessary
to call a special meeting for their con-
sideration as their incorporation intO
the articles of the association will fol-
low as a matter of course. In case fur-
ther amendments are now deemed
necessary by the association members,
your officers will gladly call a meeting
for their consideration.
Respectfully submitted in behalf of
the Board, F. P. SADL.ER,
President S. L. A.
Puanting Qontestfor the Dr. Carrow
cup at Regent's Field 4:15 p. m. to-
day. Admission free.

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