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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as second class matter at the Ann
Arbor Post Offoe.
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
basement floor, side entrance) Phone 802 r
MANAGING EDITOR:
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BUSINESS MANAER:
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EDITORS:
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Subeription-Two Dolars per year, payable in
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1. 11903, $2.50
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCO B. HUSTO, Business San-
ager, 331iPackard Street.
Telephone, 461.
UNIO VLA L
CALENDAR.
March 24, 7 p.m.-Meeting of Penn-
sylvania in Newberry Hall.
March 24. 8 p. m.-Lecture by Prof.
H. H. Donaldson on "Quantative
Methods Applied to the Study of
Anatomy," in Sarah Caswell An-
gell Hall.
March 24-Junior Lit dance.
March 25-1906 Law social at Gran-
ger's.
March 25-Varsity debate, Wisconsin
vs. Michigan.
March 25, 7:30 p. m.-Banquet of the
New York State Club at Oyster
Bay.
March 2-Cornell-Michigan mee
April 1.-Senior Law party.
April 2.-Fencing Tournament.
Tomorrow night Michigan meets
Wisconsin in a blard strugglo for su-
premacy in debate. Our represent-
tives will find a strong team to de-
feat, for Wisconsin is sending one of
the best trio of debaters in several
years.
The duty of the student body in re-
spect to the debate is obvious, for a
large audience is absolutely necessary
to make this debate a success. The
oratorical board is in need of funds
to make up a deficit and for this rea-
son is charging a small admission fee.
Those are two important reasons for
the student body to attend the debate.
Oratory and debating have been for
years very strong in the University
of Michigan. Under the able instruc-
tion of Professor Trueblood our teams
have won in debate as skillfully and
thoroughly as our foot ball teams.
In the inter-collegiate oratorical con-
tests for the past few years Michigan
representatives have always stood
high.
. Pride for our records in debating,
and loyalty to every department of
University activity, should call out a
large number of the students for this

supreme debating contest of the year.
No team can win alone, and the in-
spiring sight of a large number of
their fellow classmates will do much
to encourage the three debaters who
will strive to maintain our standing
in debate.
The Huron river is now higher than
at any time this year and the low
lands are flooded. Two dams have
been swept away, causing considera-
ble damage. Many students are mak-
ing pilgrimages to the "peaceful Hu-
ron" these days, to see it roar along
its course. Probably they contrast
the present condition of that usually
placid stream, with its gentle ripples
on some eventful moonlight night last
summer.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
The fraternities at Iowa are plan-
ning to give a big barbecue some time
this spring. A couple of oxen will be
roasted and cider apple, etc., will be
served. The sororities nay possibly
be invited to attend.
The extension department of the
University of Chicago has engaged
four noted foreigners to deliver a
series of lectures at the university.
The four men are, Prof. Hugo Devries,
director of Botanical Gardens, Amster-
dam, who will lecture on "The Muta-
tion Theory and the Origin of
Species;" Prof. John Mohaffy, Univer-
sity of Dublin, lecturer on "Political
Science;" Prof. Herbert H. Turner,
Oxford University, lecturer on "As-
tronomy;" Prof. Eugene Philoppovich,
University of Vienna, lecturer on "Po-
litical Economy."
The students at Wisconsin are a
factor in politics at Madison. In two
wards the student vote is the control-
ing power and politicians are consult-
ing the students before putting any
candidates in nomination.
The University girls at Minnesota
have organized an orchestra.
NOTICE '06 LAW CLASS.
There will be a class meeting at
1:30 p. i., Thursday, March 24, in
room C. to consider severa imiort ait
class matters. The time for thk omtt-
ination and balloting for officers of
the Oratorical association must among
other things, be decided upon, and a
full attendance is desired.
RUDIN, Pres.
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