THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
tf ARRANGEM12ENTS PERFECTED .A GOOD CASE
P et t wins the jry of shoe buyers and its
I (continued fromr First Page.) ours by a heavy majority. Footwear
F'uiihedDaly(Sudas ecete) drigver be made. It is proposed to shudb o ult.Tefe a'
ishised aiy (unay exeped)duin ~ hold e op oait. Ttofee>cn'
the College Year, at have a Debating Board at each of s~!\ tand anything else. Price hould be
TENVEITOFMCIA. the uniiversities composed of five --- low, so as to keep the shoe ax withn
members of the facltyand fotr Stn-u- bounds. You won't feel our hee
: ~ iesbLierty, and William SainanSs. rdet.Tedfentclgebas°piebuthywlmkeouel
S aro to send two subjects each to a pileasd. Thee are no corn growers
J TRNA 9.graduate council compo~d of two like bad choes. Conc to us and get
.F.TOSI* alumni from each of the universi- _ "' / soieting5 that yen can war yourself,
OUSNESS L9,5ABEIe ties and a chairman, who is to be a ula ftesoewaigyu ot
. . IHAx, '55.isedofteso erigyu ot
--graduate of some eastern uniiversity, x E. 5s sMain S.
ESISTOSIT'rhis graduate counicil will (len - L.GRUNE , Ann Arhor.
E. L. Otsuna, '95 L. F. . 5aos, selec
F. Al. Looms, 19' nI. B. SKILLMAN, "99 . slc three, out of tie eight pro-
11. 1. ConwexN, '. cenmsLAur, 'b. posed, to be used ill the two semi
0. i. GRENes, 5.athletic Editor. finals and iiitile final debate. Ini (le
ASSOCIATE EDITORIS semi-finals the visitinig university
W. W. Itaghes, 's. s,0. 0. mth, '7 will always have the choice of sides
F. A. F5'uc, 'seE. 1. A. Campbell.'lb and us tlaofdual it will ho determiined _____-_________________
x. pl.Smeithll9, '5 .*0 D. Iludnat y lot. Each Debating Board will
A ismth'9 (: ulljr.,., 9 BI, also sentd to the gradluate toneiy teLA IS JCKTWVhe -
it names of ten men, whom they areLA IS JACKETS W he
______ __________willing to have for judges. The,
coni il(insn h ae fa d CAPES -
The suberipion price of the tDally is $2.0coniwlltesndheamsf C ®A
for the cliege yea, ith a regulae delirey all judges proposed to the universi-
befre neon eas' I day. Notices, communica-
ttinn,and other mtlerintendedlfor pubieo- ties for challenging, and of the list ,r utb addi h~iyorcb-o aenthiegduu dc t H l.
tre 5 p. i., r mailed to the ecitolr teore ,+k . ed nnejuge e ui
p. In, of the day previos to that on which will be selected by (le cuncil for Never a time more opportune (lian tr r xetdt pe
Subscrip tions may be left at The Dlly (le three debates. Exact dates are t rvd usl ihas s
Office, Met'er'xsertslet's N esTsund, r expressed as to when tlseseletions now toprvieyouslfwt Jasyis m~oe furniture than you have
neth Business Nanage. e ribes oil cose - Coa rCp ts iteepne
fee a favr by reprtin1g peseetly at this must e tad, so it is evideii at ottrhapatto itleepese isoos rooms. When yotl
ofic nyfalreofcrrer o ehrr :i~. tre will e no delay. We have now in our Cloak Roon would likec to replace the ole
The Daily wilt print the entire many Jackets au elegant in design, furniture fot new, for the day
The comphaintgmatle hy the D- constittitiomn withini a shisrt time.
troit 'rihutte that preparatory make and naterial as this country af- or evening. When you thinit
schools sre forced to use text- Changes in National League Rules fods-tbn whiche no lrgo city can that a pair of iurtains, drap-
hooks written hy the University President N. E. Yountg of (le Na boast bttei-ail of which are selling ries. a rug or two woult
professors is hotli unjust atidun- tiomal League, yesterday afteinoon f .® bihe pyu prmns
tru. heTrbue tisors hesuhmitted (le report of (le league at krghe spyoraprmeis
tredigfthe Ta ogt iestorov te playigrules colmimittee to tie pub- T e ~ i~ in e
readig of he caalogu to pove rih committee's report is quiteTh lIe e b r
its point. If the editorial writer long, but all of it wilt interest lovers ADE' U C PS We ent all kinds of furni-
of that sheet will take the trouhie of (lie natinnal guime. Tie changes 'IES R C PE, tore, rugs dmaperies, china.
to look at the catalogtie agains he advocated are mre iii, te nature of' t. t tsteatr
imprvingthediscplin suroun strachan, Coney, Wool, Seal, Mnkey et. ecatsifcor
will see that in no instaitee is a ipoigtedsiln sro i- Eeti elpices.
tx-okbaUnvriymnr-gouage of certain rules less ambig- Fureniture repairimng and talistr
quired for preparation, hut that nons. Thre power of the umpire is ne aif. big our specialty.
the requiremsent in each subject is greatly itcreased anth upon him tlao
"Can aex- otnt equivalent" to the respoisibility for trouble on tile ball _______________ ___________________
tetbothtlat is mntioiied as -i field is placed.
jA ratdmcal departure s madeI cm (le
______________ coaching rules. But onie coacher
wilt be allowed except when te
The formation of the Central bases see fll, two beinig thrn per- A ^K & Co lMKCO
Debating League hy the universi- misible. This was tile subject omi
ties of Michigan, Chicago, Wisco- whichs (le conmittee labored most. DRY GOODS. 5650-60 S MAIN ST. FURNITURE
simn anit by Northwestern is epoch- Aim importait chaiige is made in
(aigi h itr fitrC li e 'batter-hit" rule. Secticem 4 of ________________________________________
mnakng n te hstom ofitier-ol-rule 46 is made to read.
legiate debating. Professor True- '.(The basinan becomes a base- THE ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
blood, who originated the idea and runner) if while le be a batsman, ___
carried it to a sucessful complle- without making amy attemipt to - - O F- -
tion, deserves great praise for the strike at the ball, iis persoi-ex-
energyasid ability lie has displayed mrakepigit a sdead al-or raclothing ihmk b 'pl h eal ftesceese i y alfottepthr neLut
to have been well arangetd, al- in the opinioii of (le upire lie
though there may 1)0 some objec- plamnly avoids makiisg aiy effort to
tion to the idea of holding all the gt out of te way of the alt froum Luther Laffin Mills, (Chicago Aluni \umser) ____- __-Feb. 12
fina deatesat hicgex enst(le pitcher, and thereby permits Ipra ure--------------- Mrh1
fialdeats t lieagO em hisef o e o li."Ipeia Qarhimself__ __ _to _ __be__ so_ __hit_."ach1
hers Af the facutly who were Stu- A full text of tIso changes suggest- Oratorical Contest .------------------------------ March 19
dents here tweinty-five years agt ed can be founid in tle Chicago
have been woit to lameit the dR-ecrd of Fob. s. Ex-President Harrison---- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- - -March 22
eay of the debatimng spirit at the NiOTI CE. Lucius Perry Hills--------------------- _ - ------April 2
University. The developments (Solhemhl'iistr:-'T'hteiiiber of
C''tersae 4 ini the seoid Semiesr has John Kendrick Bangs---------------------------__ _ __ __ _ _April 13
this year, however, and the Iter- b , hne oCore5i-h n
es aifse i eatn resi uoniceiiiet. P. C'1. tiEti. iENEtRAL ADMISSION 'TICKET'S :1.30)
hy them to exceed even thoeirre- RO~-audyJai Oagl ESERVED SEAT TICKETS 17
collectiosis. Michigan leads the wsatchi with set of'gldbad'atchdSINt_}L5'9 ADMIISiON 50
Oratorical League, and she should s chin; otier's name will be found ECP
make it her aim to stand first in Oh inside of back cse. Finder please ECI
this new organization. return to 72 Washteuasv ave. and re- Oranrial Cnent 25.
__ ceive reward.
A pupils violin recital will be Have you ever seen him?JA E H.PUTCrepnigSctay
held at the School of Music, Wed- Ie oill e received by the Atltic in lb. iE ,A LY'
uesday afternoon, at 4:15 p. mn. Assoiaton. w R 1: In T e D L Y