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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

+ N*se*f*f t THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SG. H. Wrild Coimpanly Y Btrd ase
tushd dly Monayrsepeldinte
p y } q*f olle eyear.at 77It. Wahi:WtLostreet,
Leading M~erhant Tailors; 6 se:lneor, sid nrne hno.3
* MANAGIN EDITOR:
__ f S.EMORY THIOMASON
* BUSINESS MANAGER:
* iOSCOE R. LICTON
* EDITORS :
2For Sis Top Coats and Nes,-- . . s. AoSY
Z ASSOCIATES:
G eo AOsbon. Harold C. Smith.
Kilowens, Blarneys, Higli- HaryIH. Ad:rews. lThos. A. Sim:s.
Thoas I oelrts. Clyde L Dew.
lands, Fdinburghis, rum- BUSINESS STAFF:
±tochty's, McGu:gors, London C A. TIopoin:. Wi. R. Lloyd
II. I :~i"i . . K. Iaourette.
and St. Andrew Flan:nels, Bej. E. Dli"l y. Tios. L. Vl~ekel.
fLondon Cassimneres tor Amer-
icon Serges. Please cll a::d See Editor today-CLYDE L. DEW.
3 aol0o l: :: lw::oltas ee ue oaieain
± ale:: e f <eitgeol rall r &o.l10 $2.1
WildCompny * Office Hors: 12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:3
s Ai op. .Daily.
:G. II. Co pay* Address-ROSCO B. HUSTN, Business Man
± ~~ager 331PaarSte.
108l . WASHINGTON STRET. ®Pca* tet
Telephone, 61.
SNO S~NON~i~ss ® S _- heGre t ave®OCALENDAR.
M (ay 4 and115-2 p. :. oandl 3p. ti,ie
Shbeleon n: "Sientiic Slsa
shi111," ln Tappan Hall.
May 6 8 pm.-Northerno Oratorica
Leaue cntest.
r IT ay 7-S L. A. election.
s s Say S8-eleya: Guill lecure 1by
f*
E xciting [on [or [veryone slar.jordo::ln o iBoton.
0 1a -Soutbern Clb dance.
* * SMay 12, 1, 14,-lay Fetival.
*5ct® uslos schas ilhc swineeout,,the
45c.weaing ofapsand gwso h
-apsan h Seir sigig oeel
Pocket War Mraps for the * A cllee strong in utdh traditionsl
a:::dOlcu :stosaned:l d:wn frm yea:
* a Ea Lst, IS. Io ya, annol~t fail Io be a strng~
4 : 1 lli e. Otside of the crriclmn
I~h -vlcsalue oft a college and clleglf
mil:aybe soeli s::umedlup i: the :one
HEE j*Nse::.: :1d "ra:iion." tThuh Miciga
S#\ ' 1HL I tA* .cumpiaes ell will: any cllege in the
~ SHEE AN & C., 3 cut:y in mna:y bra::he- f activity
Iuiversity Booksellers, Ste. * yetse 15 deficelt in te hnore
z rl~lusomer wich are telbright spots1
tionlers and Ellgravers. in after recollectins of a clle:e
*320 South State Street. c:::se.
*s
*S AiNN S @O*@*O®1s®lJ* SENIOR ENGINEERS SOCIAL
C. H. AJOR 6 COM'PANY Te :ca :unle : o em
Slseials f [oe Thgeroialgclauste has arrned
ISfeirDeorarine lass uerigcahsa rr~ ~~edilarbel a
In::::teeir ecoingil I'ae c lys oc:ia:mltoheld nsr arougMa
l'.i:ts, (O11s and Varnilshes. 511, atlluarerrast eigli. Excellnt
23 E. Was hingon. Phone 237 msic has ee seclrell an thle flloo
U.o M ntieti are wo ill hre1pu: 10tle best of condiion.
00 Tck: s ae limied in nu:mber and
souldl le scuredl at once from the
AND BATH ROOMt. fll:wing mmbe~rof th:e cmimitee:
J. R. TROJANOWSKI, Proprietor. WALKER, ARTIAA,
Face Massage a Specialty. FRtASER, litOt.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET HOLOKER.

NOVEL RANKING SYSTEM.
The method of judging the conte-
tants in 'riday night's contestsls e x IffE
ceedingly novel. It is acknowledged .IU J fU.II
to be an experiment and the results
are awaited wih considerable iner-
reat. Heretofore the manscripts ci
the orators hove been ipassed onl pre- PretBlne
viously, rserving for the ju:dgeso w:: PretBlne
sit at the contest merely the duty of Best Whie Ash Franes.
grading on eliery. Fridlay night
these juldges will sit in the audience Clearest and Best Quality Gui
vand: listening It: the oratins for the Stringing.
rirst time will judge bioth 01n thou:ghtl okasi n ii
aind compo:siion aindldelivery. This Wrnahi ad rni
gives a slight advantage, it 10 tiought, Throghut the Best Ev
to the man with a goodl delivery. A Pt Int a Tennis Racke
goo:d speaker will tbemore likely t:
impress the judges tihan:oe will hasI
a good manuiscript butl cannotl deliver Y:oul li:ni ol : oftis:::oo
it in a foriblt manneir. At least: so j iutin
the knowing ones assert.
The system of graling has been Jfl[ PI at $800
changed four imes in the hsory of I'
the Leaglue. The first cnest was -N-
judged o:n the percentage sysem, by
swich lbe speaker rceivIng the grat SPA[DING'S GOLD MI
et totlal of per-cnages gotlthede-:
_cisio:n. ut tiis waou::ned ::ul:acl:- With Cover, $8.00
,cal aso it allo:weed a jud:ge to: gve :one
speakeer a very high per cnt and all
the rest very low per cens, and in -4-.
I Iis way In practically conreol the
decisiomn no matter swhat the moakings For sale at
of the oiher jud:ges had been.
At the next cnest the sysem was WAR'S B00OKSI0M
(;hangedi te: te raniking sysem'rhe
speaker receiving the highet per cent
was given first lace, the next highet
_second place, andl o on. This pln:I
was useed fer seeral conectiv'
years when a third change woo made.y
IThe , itnancrietOwere sent It:the
'ju:dges in aiac to be graded, after
te: the centest and graded the speak- A a1 1
ees on edelivery. This sysem was re-
-tamned but o::e year, as it was founed
that judgs, having gien a cerain fi
1 manuscript first 111cr in tiougt and f~
cerrepondingly high :n delivry fromniM E D IC3A b
ya deieo : see a certain eoration take
first place. The ranking sysem was
again adopedlaindlhas been retained.f A U
intil the present year when the'
change above describedl was made.
'rThis latest metbeod is net, hwvr inBOK
efavor wih several oflthe :univrsites
andl it is qile likely that net year it
vwill be discarded andl a returlnade
slu the ra nking bais. I
LECTURE BY PROFESSOR STAN o g t -£U11L Ou a
1 LEY.
In yesterdtay's Daily it was errene-
otisly stateed that the Hay Festival be- E e a ~
gins Thuirsday of this week. The
dales of the Festival are the 12th,
1311h, and 14th of Slay._____
Prof. Stanley will give an analysie
ot the nuombers on the Festival pro
gramn this aternoeon and tomrro~w at-
ternoon at 2 and 3 oclocke in Roo .( Kjj~
C, University Hall. Tiese lectures CIV. E.t BART]
are very illaminating, aiding extn-
sively towards an appreciation of the Tl 6. 365
Festival; they are also accomp~a-
niedI by illutrations taken from the -.-
Lscore. The numbers forming the pr-
sgran are not seletedl at randlom, bu:t
Vare chosen to cinfornm will: certain :
t principles. IiA stifftpper ii
DOG OWNERS NOTICE. is softened and
I Spectaors at Ferry FieldI are re-
qeisted not to bring do:gs with thrnm fresited by WiAilliant
as they interfere with the wr( of the Shaving Stick.
tradeknmen who are liable to be in-
juiredt by rlinning intoj the animals.
KEENE FITZPATRICK.

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THIS !SPACE B[[ONGS TO TI[
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1DI3AN M. 5I3ABOLT, Manager
THU1RSDAY, "AY 5
WILLIAM A. BRADY'S GREATEST SUCCE SS TO BE
Seen here exactly as presetnted in the
Larger Cities
'W .Y Down Eat
By LoTTIS BLAIR PARKER.
Elaborated by Jos. R. GRISMESR
A PUJR[ PLAY OF PASTORAL LIF[
Endorsed by Clergy and Laity
Sole of Seats Opsens Tuesdayj, 9 a. m.
PRIC[S:--- 25c, 50e, 75c, and $ 1.00

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Season Tickets, $1.00 At 4 Single Admission, 25c

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TINKER & COMPANY. FURNISHERS and HATTERS. 334 S. STATE STS, Phone 342-2r.

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