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May 13, 1898 - Image 2

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at Michigan far surpassing that in any
*other institution represented in the
league. With a representative picked
Published Daily (Sunlays excepted) during from a field of seventy men, any col-
the College year, at lege could rightfully expect to make a
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, showing of the first rank. Mr. Nesmith'
Orrica: Times building, 329 S. Main St. of Northwestern made a splendid show-
*Telephone (New 8,ate) 189.
ing and his success in winning second
tANAHINO EDITOR place may be considered noteworthy,
J. F.,THoMAs,100 L.
- sAEces he held a place on the program
o. H. HANs, '00 L. accounted least desirable. His high
EDITORS mark in thought and composition nearly
H, B. SKILLMAN,'98 L., Athletics. counterbalanced a recognized lack of
E. L. GasIena,'93 L T. R. WooDRow, '98 strength in delivery. The unfortunate
F. ENELuARD,'90. F. D. EAMAIS,'00 charge of plagiarism made by Michi-
G. D. HUDNUTT, '00 R. S. DANFORTH, '98
P. W. JoNEs, '99. C. H. LUND,00 M, gan could not be substantiated by an
A. H. MCDOUGALL,'01 E. unbiased judge. It must be admitted
that there is to a certain extent a par-
allelism. "The ancients have stolen all
our bright ideas" has been well said,
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 and it almost necessarily follows that
for the college year, with a regular delivery the form adopted for an oratorical ef-
h etere aeon each day. Notices, commsunica- e o noaoia f
t ions, and other matter intended for pablica- fort will fall into some well-known cast.
lien mast he handed in at the Daily office be-
to sp. i., or mailed to loe editor before S Plagiarism is so clearly defined in
p. m., of the day previous to that on which meaning that a charge that is based
Subsipions ma e lef at The Daily only on a similarity in form cannot be
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or considered in this category.
with Business Manager. Suberibers will con-
ter a favor by reporting promptly at this
office an failure of carriers'o deliver paper. YOU WANT TlE BEST
The Northwestern, in its issue of May FRATERNITY STATIONERY
7th, resents the stand taken by Stewart BADGES OR PINS
L. Tatum, president of the Northern Or- Sendto
atorical League, regarding Mr. Ne-
smith's oration, and accuses Michigan SMITH, STURGEON & CO,.
of unfairness in charging Northwest- 237, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit.
ern's representative with plagiarismt Dis kiand estimates furnished on all work
We need only submit the facts in order
to vindicate the step taken by our Mich- -
igan representative. The Daily of yes-
terday printed the two parallel para-
graphs, that of the Antonio Maceo pro. These are some of the attrac-
duction and that of Toussiant L'Ouver- tions we have booked for next
tore.year :
Mr. Tatum, as president of the league, Wilbur Opera Co.
upon clear grounds and actuated by EletriCia Co
a commendable spirit of resentment Prisoner of Zenda.
against literary larceny, reproves Mr. Under the Red Robe.
Nesmith for plagiarism, who attempts Sol Smith Russel.
to defend himself by having printed Heart of Maryland.
in the Northwestern a peroration dif- And many others equally as
ferent from that upon which he was good.
judged in thought and composition.
Such misrepresentation can only de-
stroy any defense he may have offered. SUMMER LAW LECTURES
Furthermore, through a fear of detec- 129th 5mmer. Jsip tSep.i ise. Haveproved
eecially profitahle to begianers; to inndidates
tion probably, he changed his peroration for admission to the bar; to youn practitioners
lacking systematic instruction; andto older prac-
for delivery and in the contest did not titionersdesiing to combiae rereation with a
revieweofslenentary piniples. Forecataliggusad.
follow his written words. This patent dress R. C. MINOR, Secretary Chariottesvi e, Va.
dishonesty upon the part of a contest-
ant for Northern Oratorical League
honors, was most justly condemned by
the president of the league.
While other contesting colleges ap-
proved of Mr. Tatum's action, they did
not support him at the critical moment.
He stood alone and manfully rebuked
one guilty of a literary crime. We con-
sider his action well grounded, cour-- $3
ageous and necessary, and are glad he
happens to be a Michigan man.
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It must be conceded that Michigan',
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minds of the audience that first plac
would as usual go to Michigan. It isc
simple matter to draw the lesson. Noth
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