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May 18, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) duin
the College year, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OFrEe: Times building, 79 S. Main St, be
tween Liberty and William Sts.
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. THOMAS, 97.
ASS'T MANAGING EDITOR
E. L. GEisMEa, '98 L.
ATHLETIC EDITOR
H. B.SKILLMAN, '98 L.
BUSINESS SIANAGERI
O. H. HANs, '98
EDITORS
F. A. FuoiK, '9 E. A. CAMrBELL,'99.
G. D. HUDNUTT,'00. T. R. Woocoow, '98
BUTLEa LAMB, '00. G. D. JENNINGs '99
. A. CAMPBELL, '0.
The subscription price of the Daily Is $2.5
for the college year, with a regular delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica
tions, and other matter intended for publica
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be
fore 8 p. m., or mailed to the editor before
p. m., of the day previous to that on which
they are expected to appear.
Subscriptions may be left at The Daily
Office, Meyer's or Stoffiet's Newstand, or
with Business Manager. Suberibers will con-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at this
office any failure of carriers to deliver paper
Every student who possibly can
sould attend the baseball game this
afternoon. Now, if ever, is the time
for a liberal display of college spirit.
It is true that the team has not up to
the present made a record of which
Michigan can be proud, but that this
is true is due entirely to inexperience
and to the worst of luck. Every play-
er has worked hard and faithfully, do-
ing .his utmost to bring Michigan out
on top and the team is determined to
do all in its power to retrieve its reli-
tation. The best part of the schedule
is yet unplayed and we yet hae an
excellent chance to look back on a
good record when the season ends.
Alt that is necessary is hearty studenti
backing to aid the team. The most
important part is good attendance and
plenty of enthusiasm at the games.
Let everybody come this afternoon pre-
pared to "root" until the last ball is
pitched.
New Dormitory.
Harvard will soon have a new do-
mitory to cost $150,000. It will be a
triklt structure arranged on three
sides of a hollow square. The large
court yard in the centre will be 125
feet wide and 90 feet deep. There will
be 50 suites, each containing a study,
bath room and, as a rule, two beil
rooms. Every suite will have a stret
and court frontage, and in every study
there will be a large window, eigt
feet wide with a stationary window
seat. On the ground floor, there wit!
be a reading room, a gymnasium and
a bicycle room. In the basement hand-
ball courts will be provided. The in-
side furnishings will be in antique
oak.
Sororities and fraternities who de-
sire to buy or -o rent will do well to
see L. D. Care for houses furnished
or unfurnished. Office Savings Bank
'lock.

DETAILS ALL FIXED.
(Continued from First Page.)
n the president to preside at all meetings
of the league. In his absence the vice
president shall preside.
Section 2. The secretary shalt per-
form the duties incident to that olhce.
Section 3. The treasurer shall keep
the financial accounts of the league,
shall pay all bills audited and allowed
by the executive committee and shall
within five days after tny "final" con-
test, deposit in some savings bank of
Chicago, to be approved by the cxc-
cutive committee, any surplus funds
that.may be in his bonit after pying
the expenses of the "final."
Section 4. The executive committee
shall audit the treasurer's accounts,
- shall make all necessary arrangements
- for the "final" contest, and levy any
necessary assessments on the college
Y associattons represented.
Section 5. Each debating board
shall have general supervision of local
debating matters, shall pass upon the
eligibility of debaters, shall name the
university's student member of the
executive committee and its alumni of
the graduate council, and shall assist
the graduate council in selecting ques-
tions and judges as provided for 'n
Articles V. and VI. respectively.
Section C. The graduate council
shall make the nal selection and dis-
tribution of questions and the assign-
inent of judges, and shall decide all
matters of appeal.
ARTIOLE V. - SELECTION o
QUESTIONS.
Section 1. Each debating boad
shall submit to the graduate council
anuually, not later than April 15, two
questions properly stated for debate.
From this list thus submitted the
graduate council shall select three
questions, one for each of the "semi-,
fdals" :and one for the "final," ant
shall assign them to the four univer-5
sities between the dates of May 1
and May 10 of the calendar year pre-c
ceding that in which the debates oc-t
cur.
Section 2. No question shall be usedi
more than once during any three sue-
cessive years.1
Section 3. The choice of sides in tlae
"semi-final" debates shall be accorded
to the visiting debaters in every case. E
In the "final" debate the sides shall bea
determined by lot between representa-i
tives from the two universities coit-
cerned within five days after the
"sem-finals."
The remainder of the constitution
and by-laws will be printed in Wdnes-
day's issue.
This year's debating board is made
up of the following faculty and stu- y
dent members: Dean Hutchins, Profs.
Mechem, Hinsdale, Scott and True-
blood; Adelphi 'Society, J. L. French;
Alpha Nu, F. Englehard; Webster, G.

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