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Published Daily (Sndys ecepted dig the
College yer, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MCHIGAN.
Orricz: The tnlad Pes, tening Blck.
Bth Pheee, 147.
MANAGING EDITOR.
F NEsHAD,'1L
BUSINESS MSANAGE.
O. H. HANSs'0L.
EtDITORIS.
ATHILETICS,. . . G.1. IUsNUeT, '1 E
T. . WeeaODa, '0 L. A. 1. MefnGLeeaa,'01 E
A..G. BReWNE. 't2.E. J. B. Wee, 'it,
L. J. MeeGOEese,'e, W. 5D. HICEYe, 'teEM,
The subciption lprice ef the DALe setl2.50 tee
the cllece yea, aits a reglerlelieybeoree
noeen each day. Netice, ceeeenicatiens, ad
other niatee eleended lee pblicaiensrest be
handed is at the DAILY15w eietforees80p.n.,eer
mailed te the edieerhbefoet 3 p . of ethe lay
peviees t thalen wich they ae epeced te
appe ar
Sbeeiptiensemayle tI1141the DAL ce~
M'eye',ee Stolellete aesweland, ee witBsineesse
Easage. Sbscibere will cnfler avloeeby
reperting proemply at thisl lice ay Ifailare et
carresetoedelierepae.
All calege ill aesinlg mestte11115te is
the oeficety al. mI. o eIlRay peiue te lbat
ss which 11e ae leoelse e.
The Illinois-Chicago Question.
Thetak 11 111eChiagopae b171
a gamethsleaton btweenlWscoss
sin and Ciclago seem to be inprd
sore by the newpaper correponldentst'
desre 17oilepjsace atherI than bh-
casev there istany ral foessdaltion fr
the s01111 Motaer BIar hiad a Itlk
withlaMnager Fshear of Wiconsn,
bt a few days ago and the latteid
that tech abthing bas a gamea.thi ea
senuwi1th hco ilbquit wut 01 the
queton.s Wssoensist toill nt b ohk
dewns from he r greenent totnd by
Michigan and Illinoist and Stg, s not
prepared yet to sk fill a game, he
there it i. Even shold the iteren
ien of the alaumni1of1tie t0 unsvees
sities cause~ a resettal01frlatonb it
,would hardly be politc on tier eat of
either mnager to add such a heaty
game to ies shedle tieselItetcisnhr
seaon. Wisconsin tredt two yers 's;o
to play another gene ater hels 7onO~
wasetclosed andl 1a1ked Ite C.rlIt
Indians wthlasmewhiat disostrous re-
sults. Chiago today would besmosre
to them thsn Carlyle tas then to say
nothitsg of the ltssef prestige to- Pch
a posibe defeat would essgender.
Meaphones Readiq.
The megaphlone idea haseeeet tab'a
up by the "bd" rooters and is now an
assured socess. Quite a large num-
ber of students have put in teir ordes'
and the hardware mnnwtill be kept
busy all ef today~ manufacturing the
teeting mahines.. Jotn Fisher, the
Htardware Man, 2d I. IHuron st., twho
made the Daily megphone les ree-
sd the order and till be able to hve
the first ones ready about twoi o'clock
today. The nmegaphonsewill all be of
the sanme tatters. ad oill be matde
good and strong by use of wire at the
ell and mouthpiece. The price thih
weould regularly be about $1.25 hss
been cut to It centsa on account o he
large number that till be turned out.
The Detroit papers Of last eveaig her-
alded the coming of the "megaphone
brigade" and it till no doubt be a fea-
tare before, at ad after the game.
Anyone who has not yet given in his
name and d esires to join the brigade
should get in his order atone at Fish-
er's and be n hand at the first traits
Saturday morning.
President Angell will speak this

evening t Lansing on the Etastores
Question.
A. H. Smith, '92, was a visitor at
the Alpha Delta House yesterday.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN~ DAILY.

So-iet;y Programs.
JEFFERSONIAN,
Current Topics-Bulhlirt; fmpromtu;
Address-C,.1B. Olson; Impromptu de-
bate-Affirmative, Andreows, Negative,
ft. N. Davis; Declamnation-Crowle.y;
General debate-Resolved that United
States should own and operate the tel-
egraph. Aff.. Barbee, Davies; Re.
Rappeport, Nieman.
After t he program thecnesmbers will
drate positiotes for the Miehigan-Penno-
sylvasnia dcbate.-
WEBSTER.
(Special Prograsm.)
Msusi-Speech-P. H. Kelly; Iso-
promptas-A. N. Mceibillan, F. Pheff,
ft. S. Schtnidt; Curren't events-W. E.
Atterholt; ; Debate, Resolved theat1hev
Jury Sorteno should be eabolisheed, Aff.
T. Lestz, F. H. Criscii, A. Donoaonii;
Ne. " . E. Jacob, E. D. Foster,D.P
Cleghorse General debate; ReadingH
D. Trsrkey'; Music; Critic s reportC
P. Hall.
Ssxty nsembers of thee tcbsterlo
ciety hveolready drasonsepositions*
the Mihligan-tPenseylveatia dchote'
qurelstion, .10 . 'id tha~t thec foersaon
of tsrustsoldsllbe lopposedilby'litige-
Republican Club.
The Respublsi'an Club oct11lsme'tto
morrowe'ev'e'ningise AlpheaNusa I
H., to eescidle ucpon the tplatformo tol be
aidoipted feor"campeigsoof 19115.

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