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June 02, 1897 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1897-06-02

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

34 f the fact -that over $20 was spent in
f o fLV e I~ f elegam'sin Securing the j adge ,
- proof of the necessity for action t' ai
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during existed.
the College year, at The Cardinal will also find, by lootk-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, lug at the latest revised constttioni
OrFICE: Times building, 79 S. Main St. be- that undter Art. X, See. 4. "All at-
lues Liberty and IWillamt Sts.
MANAGNG EDTOR Iangenients for contests of the league
J. ie. THOMAS, 07. shall he left to a caommiittee cosilpoced
ASST MANAGING EDITOR, of the execntive commititee of tile
E. L. DEoIostE, '50 L. local asoct~tlion where the contest ls
ATHLEIC EDTOR ld and tile treasurer of the lealgu,
11. 10. OssoosisAN, '50L.b
wvho Shall heeechairmtianiof tilt' tilli
IIUSINESS MANAGER
0. IH. lleSs, '50 hiitee." And that nowhtere is the
EDITORS secetary now chitrged wvitl htil duty.
F. S. Sistows, '98 1. A. CAWesooc., '(0.
F. A. Futta, 'N5 E. A. CAurscs,9.oso M1oreovec, the secretary of lte
GO. D. Iloscac, '00. T. E. WOODROW, '985. let~goe Sanctioned our actilosais
BUcLERnABeo, '00. G. D.JosNNStt 99M001thattked tile treasnrer for actig ;,
pi'sdtoptiy wileD it became ne.es ara.
A___________________ The second charge in the tiost sei-
The subscription price of the Daily it 51.501 ions one, anid the Datly after carefully
foe the college year, wthl a regular delitvery
before nooech day. Notices, comminica- looking into the intler of stlecting
lions, and other matter intended Ioe publics-
tisansiust be banded inatasthe Daily sficer be- the judges on delivery, can fitdtlis
fac e p. in., or mailed to the editor betore S
p. in., of the fey precious to that on which Ctlie instance of Unfair intano. Th
they care expected to acpear.
Sutiscriptions may he efctat The Daily cotittioin of the league trevidz
Ofiler,hMeyes or tflletos Netwstand, or
nitb Bcsineiss Mhanager. 5Suberibers, will con- I' thaojtud-'e Shlhact N-trit e ill
Iere a tat-or by reporting promptly ait this"e
office ens filiure at carriers to deiiver super.aa tle riprteseiitetd in thie legue,, stu,
as lti'tltnttis the nearest uutrtl ,iatty',
The Daily, lifter a thorouight Still i:-
Parializvsug, 'ionof t~cch 3"e Mlihgan seiit there for a list o ilt
partiil is'este~siol o l~e 'bargs . es'who htid se'rve'llie I u tiait,
PcS Fc~tt.'3 r w~ii -ii 1 - rileJlt . lg.. t- s

We ore offering are grand valnos, a good
isiany of them have boon reduced from
i teen dtollars to twelve tdollars in order
itaotgiue you tihe bost twselve diollar Suit
of Clotbes its tho itatrket. You needn't
la our nword Pot' it, c0o11 in an I exans-
ii t eml. They ate ls:o its our window.
We've Got Cheape-r .0 .-s and Bette r 0nes.
UU~r f4

Ctardinalaginltst tile action cit t't'.
Trueblootd in the recent oratorical coil-
lest, is cells lcer thtat theuellirg.' itro
entirtely' ts itlisit foiuii1tiioi, told that
IttIleter they orgitstted sili itht'
reotce they 'set ebrs-oI tstui'fully
AgtinttPfrof. TSruiebiloodiT he flo' di
nls deserves tile greatest contemipi
for te imalillcius taierilit Which it
sfttedth ii'eltargetsslind tlit,' taoly
woild loca<lly igoore bhut ansi t't'i'rse
to eterf to ub i Osputte wsithi ati.tl~or
thus contduct;td, hut for tiie" fact that
the Dailayretistedcithe charge inlI
ness fe liselcitatlletd upons t ailsier
ltistmit' justice to 0otie trithle Carili-
nil tao titus etltntered.
The changes hronghtbthelii'Cardinal
herce: 1. Tuht tietiigtitusturpthe li
right sit choositig judges, :.it. '1ba. t
choosing judges iitrn ver" selected
ivho wucld nitutrally he prejuied Iiii
faivor of Micehigain; 3. Thiat at least
oejuidge so pisiuhed was roppedtitr
when, for soime reasoit,lie had bte-
cotme obtiexious to Michtigant. Tit,'
rhuarges tire all -mtide against list.
Tiriteblood.
Rlegarding the first charge, the Card-
lual, after claititig-the right of choos-
ing the judges to belong to teterre-
Uty, says, "Even if the secretary (lid
nteglect his dutty, btietigain has tailed
to showv wvhy tis duty should ta~lill)i-
on one college utoreiithan itutilter."
We clatim that the duly dlid fall upon
Michigan, for the reason that thiscrt
trot was to be held here and we were
responsible for ito failure or suiccess.'
The constitution provides that lists of
judges shall be prepured lte e wrhe
betore thle contest, aind yet the seem'
tury a month before the content hut)
dlone nothing towards thieir ,selection,
Something had to he done at suce, ait'd

Sict Oc(ratoriital Asscialtiont, tutu cc
cooiveitalist of fitteinuiines. Lists
or judtgtesstererthitln it a1titter is
ite other coltc'gessand froi it(-, listl of
ltoelist objectidti tile jud. ,b'sstil
weore ft atsked to Oclt inert' st'ii'ts'd
Wh'ien te jittiges were still t"'qle'st'.
i-i act,, the pit of tbe cittstitit iil ti
tleai-Ie reititiig is elitiility ,_
juriles .sta tlsocet, si thact tll Slit'
coutld 1ussrated who i nti lii -tx
tllot cttsiitstitio ly etigitli'. tsi
silt ptrtoposetdtins judges ocii i'tsety.
ands A. .1. Bestritigo, of Iitiiliiatt.tabs.
_Miettigtttitt tccrdanrctIN-itesub 'll ti ohsi
of Wisotinsiti requelistedi t'e forieto
tie-t, bitt te aatsIN-eedlthatihe ssNittltilwi
riotsitund ttible isosdo so. lillilt it
tibjectedi to A. J. ii(t'trlge liinbliaC~
of the otliercolleges asoile [C. 'tf M.
Oratorical Asseiaioit ittlttetittert'
hiii a itubl c reeititon lily ti re
mtsi'before, att wte wsihed no
tcitnour tvictory it Nve souitl 1tt1,.
Thti'Cardtlial says "the itistrfatritig
itlstach'of tileabuse 1was iniiihesie-
unr~ion oftwos ten ottil te iil'tIof
judg es on delivery, Iludge Coittoscl
and Senator Shiviely,,bthi, of hint-
tmondi, Itici.,", andthlIe iiinlene .that
it potinsts oti utuhatwouildiprejudtice
itiese tmrn in fatvsr of fii'htiga n is
that Prof. Truebolood itas a brtother
whio is psrofeosor of oratory at Earl-
haiti College,, situated outsitde of Iiih-
montd, and that Prof. Trebliod otus
formerly of Esilit-sin old wsat 511
TANDEMS
To Rent!!!1
The Laraest Line of Bicycles, Sun-
dries and Supplies an
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM,
Telephone Es. S. One door East of Amneri-
can House. *

~, ETTER THAN EVER"
The 1897 BEN$-HIUR BICYCLES embtody more new and genuine improventst
in construction than any other bicycles now before cte public. Never before have
elicit excellent values been offered for the money. Our new line, econsisthing oh right
sperb models at $60, $71 and $120 for single machtines, nd $110 for tanudems, tuib~ti
te various options offered, is nuch that the mont exacting purchaser cast be entirety
Suited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MIFG. CO.,
72 CARDEN STREET. INDIANAPOLIO.1-12
0OUR FINE POSTER CATALOGUE MAILED FRo TWO 2-OESTO'55e.
Students and Teachers
cats secure pleasaist and profitable work introducing our
Public Libraries........
ini towins anti country anud formiing Reading Clubs. Jua.
the work for Studeists, Teachters end Ministers.
Managers................ .
We alo uant a few energetic field managers. State agr
and experience in hook w ork.
Address Dept. "S" RAND, McNALLY & CO.., Chicago.
R IENT: _;H fJOR, I SUEN ER LAW LECTURES
ItINVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
r t f fuiyl to Augj Ii, 1097. -Cousansoudes 15lectures by
As.SJusitice Hnrlan, of U S. Suprem onrte. Fur
ANNI ARBOR. MICH. atalogue, address R C. MINOR, Seretary,
Chasrlottesvilie, Vs.

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