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March 17, 1900 - Image 2

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U. of M. Daily, 1900-03-17

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Pub obed D atly(So pa eplo 0 aiig *
Oryxcac The Inland Preeoo, Henniog Block.
Botls Pbonea 147.
F. IotoUAIto, 01 L.
ATHLETICS, GI. D.iHcoocTT, '01 B.
TP. B Wtiheoote, '1 L. A. I;.lbdloaLL, '01 B
.0.Boo9wot.'02., 57.. 4.B. Wooc, '00,
B.B~tO~hho,00 C W.A. KNttT, '01_L,
T1~testbrptioo price of the PIT is $2.50 Ice
ho college yce, with aoregutlaredelivery before
aoon epogb day. Notitee communtications, teod
ohemateeiintcnded foe 1chlicatioo oust he
b*Amted.nat thie -AIoTtectbefore &p "t:or
awtlect to, the editribetoree iipom. of the clay
Vreeiodos to thatotn0Which they tee ekceted to
Soheeetptiot up ica befct at the ,DAILY ofice,
flyee'st0,tlotot't ttt's .iwtttt, eewith Botioee
Miatt. Soheciheet twlit rootev aor eby
sepotiog promtply at thie offiee toy failuee of
aGiet to delieorepaper:
Alt choonge itnoateetiieg ein ett utttt i
theoffice by04 1, i. o ute cday preiouto tatt
on which thee aet to wmr
Criticixets Michigan's Argument..
(Goetinucitfrooto tt7 1
eontptttiott Wits cot .destroyed,, but
raiced ice a hig4er, level,. Had the affir-
mtite::sipcp inttted outtthat one of
the le~aiter cety tmade 'sole' and the
ther 'eler ;" ,tat onte of the tobacco
trustys.tn.aniitactttred "plttg" and the
othereelitg; thaitcite hood of the
glucose trust itaatittavetncyer's tnephew,
tte force of tis argtoneni ctit , have
boito destrceyr
Thte conic kitdodcf ottacik.cight have
beentruiode tonte othter chart, by sitoss
tug toot the fitrst f our, years takcen for
contyaricoti: wrrc years of cttroftcot dc-
precticof, and thte fact four..wore, years
of great ietdutstrtot, activity.
,..te maethotds of the negativte thtrough.-
ctt twere. qtite as solutterobic to attock.
but swhetn left unoossailed _stood in sup-
port of. tihe:race. Itt s0 far as the afir-
moative undertook rebuttal .they did well,
theft -wcoakness was in_ not attackittg tite
potlitiditb u.ltich were essential to.-the
negative, art tteut, and schich w rotId
have rliougot :out, in, clearer- ligttthe

o de owed none of i i cl'to Penn- ,
teeexists with tsuncxgre
fer of "spread-ealti ,s uhs
arc ounced by a Penoylvanio- ran yout FURNISIIESOFIRS'
con feel the quototiott marks in his voice. RGLRBAD$.5
The feeling" or" Cornell-- and Michigan, u eet;iasi ~bt4 snta~.o orders prontptly filled. Fresh H
this ,ittd: At each of these instituitions mwith 'the famous Sponge Caramel
there exists, ott instruactor or professor .of- and.:salted peanuts.-now rieady :I
Public Speaking who gives his wehole
time lto the Universitytork. At ilicyf-
i gcs, Pr-olesor Tr.teblood's :courses -arc
elect ive .atsd- do not coutit toeward a de-
gree. tdtho-ugh, 'ti -the 'Coiurses are once____________________
eleted, faitre cotutns as a condition.
But .tt. ti tee.disadvantages,. over- 400
students 1 eleted Putblic Spcaktue this" t ' '°"
,year. The, coudittotns at Cornell are sub-
Stazfti ally fItesotoe. At Petthsvlsouta,
v eft weheno'ste tad oratorical courses
:to rnn.who. elected thoetn :were'"alloweto/kd-
uropc otut ottte flinmsiest exctuses,+c. h
ottly requttiscte, seettted teo be a reqluect.
At ouir rival ltttvcrstiec they learn to
debaite by cdebating. Here swee'learn to
deatelty~tttirkittg aboutiit.:
WhtthIappetnsswhent a debacteist
popcatPnslaiTemr-hers oif the teoton. ittso -far as thte'r'
eese direct assistace frottteftl
obtai it fromtheio professors ofte 1 ?'
Wlia ttton Schl ofFcinPtance atd IEcon-
dillyn. iThe ctttcstiot, getterally Ott ectno-
itti0 Meis "totugt+t cttI torte" prccle I -r.
our- ,'tetd Iacertain thteors-adopteltd.Th
tteuc atrc allowed cnd ettcttr. gect tothn
for ttcecctolyes. lut, rteserllceleco. beloe i
titeicigit ccoflice cotttest you usitally fttnd
tec titcttgltcof tentcc rsultingignI the A -welcome offering when_ making a
iccrifthe tprofsisorc This I itsielf f call to a box of Hangsterfer's "most ex-
1. a- Whloly ceotoedalt. oust cworthyo cellent "chocolates. They are the finest
tlhing,. for tile.tite ry is. of coin-se, pro-
fIi ,gcacc, taiing. Bticth ie lc ites tmcde and. prtces, are so reasonable that
iii theti. ccicealto0 icr tileiculeic reccic you can afhord to give a treat often,
Istion 0r fti l tf cicuci.logical and tile a0o E.VtWashington. 3t6 S. State.'
itte fhl-°i-,.for.iscdefensoe againcstite
attack lI f aclic itid of~tiiibrillianutop-
crc Vnt, whccec IcainingohIc o Ic thcie
iciccif41ecuis Iveili of testutdyfloer++++ .q. ' ' " ° "+
cii stoicci t u ttalily win11icithey ectlel
iare-ccttttic cc __________of____he__question_____in___'a
ticokl of 31111 i cy,.orievenin anrtil
of te ciset e nghoftosyr h
Whron cci 6peiodical bicaio G. AS ADELECTIiC LIGlilir
tc wiicng tct hr11donie.if at al
Ili ritwee adfcivn' a s t oaspeschesstitoanetccP0,5
there c al," A iii tccott, a . F. Y CH ',
the eceit ti ccieu ficis ocin el0 octinr.F.0
electivecs cli credcitt inte citeraic ry de- atlnbtwa esy t~,Ic-t
icutoul, butf cooladpaitcs yo ce ccjA 3 f

French.rCook int Charge
EAL TICKETS $3.00. Short _;
ine Made Candy now on hand
1a specialty. Pop corn hals'
Cot o m dthnm.

709 N. University A enue

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Monday, March 19.
Imera sz, ategular Peioe $5000, during
tote $3.00.
Royal slze, Regutlae peice hOI00, duintgeote
Polio size, Regulae pcle 1.20. duieng laIt
bEcings, till tize-,35 rents.
Photogravuhe, e C cbttpgice x.0,eingy
Plitogeapb~, e2, 8i oReOg ctar petocNcl
tht otp,4 e 1x1Reulea riectr
Plaitinso, sce it ol, tRegular Iceice lice, toe
co Talc 45Ocents.
A.1Situr anieytd 1~ooi ccii ecues during
ca ourcc19ic15ees.
217 S. Fourth Ave. NS9owbiate FPhonc No. 173
STEA AND5 i011S 14 1 W IAi itt octiN.
LIV[RY ...
Parties, Receptions Etc.
Good and PraopterieGaanteae.

At caicetinig "cfi'tichtch iyboardt
ihcld lasitnighti Ratich11. Jerciegan, 'o
L. and Wi cat ci '. Kilil . cc 1,. twerc
electetd to ilceard c.
+Casinoci(Gold Tiip) +
.1. -,


positiot ,:of:,tte offirtuative :argtttnent. - tkcacetirs, ;. c1' v vi .j.
lu 1it ight have tpreventecd a shifting of Abdallath Cigarecites. tor c
the ,issue . .. P:. erferti onti garetico, ltoG
PrFons .thetpuotnt ct ciews 1Qt logieal Richtmondl straight'+
argumtenit,- eompletcewithin-itself, ;Penon- Cutt Cigarettes, -toe + 'ANN ARBOR LIGHT INFANTRY'S MAM-
iew of a debating contest I ichi Cgrs o MOTH MIDWNTE
tylvoio .orcoicdftrim te pictof . ffaitlcsc IitieMIWITc
was :necessary to maintain the issue as
dutec,.i heciaffrmative foiled. Mitchigant ETA EB LE R & COo
suchlcli iigt cvor u.an ictio ;NA, ACH1
ih ng ;a e ative on lsion.. I .m a n 5 .,L a,. ib r y
Prom the Poittof vis eo.otf ft ttcanti + +""+++ ( W
measoce of preseocotion, ti.lcittati cad AtIbens -TIbeatre:
Mr. Roy IW. Wte~i, deter oth i . o
I tlcuiti cc ite - ereotet P1TWO LAST PERFORMANCES TODAY
in. the depa rtmtentt'f,.aw at+P nsl
vania. Hie Is -the -degrer of Mxtie of THIOSE FUNNY FEL.LOS
Arts. frco tlctserfortl fd, tatlocf Bach
et or of tastfrom thorUniversity fofriuray IN Matinee at,2:15 o' cloCk.
Ptmtnsytvania and is a netubet of the EvnngProrNc a 'cok
"Philadrilict a nd. tudiatta Bai ti e wooandvnn -1"0'1aI t ocok
p SFinnegans ______________________
Iterf r 'o le i etam %whbirlsidefeated_________________________________________
Corwelt in cay,.at-argular: member. 05 409.
M915.1VMack- CENTS
"1=hiy ,:the seeonet debzatietg routest lost:r~i~a~~a
to Xlihig n, :suggests c ertan reflections seats; NoOn Otaoe. RES>ERVED SEATS -AT THE ARMORY io CENTS EXTRA
on the P'enny ylvaoiat method cci stratntng OHN F.,HASKETT,, Dwi T ALLE N,
for, :debates...T'hat, method enophoaciees, 323 So. fiiagt- St.' 720'So. 12thI
aud pFroduces ceep careful, .logleal thinkNty iiRh o40._.w--ePh--00-c ______
ing but doet tnot rcetult in .the:-reotliness T$IA tt:iCEt50 t1
tbe coot ptprt teniso tle.-.tnothues. of l-
deli y; whieh tell o t the platform,. I'T pk ~j0 elsoes D~ssSuitGae
ha ;wltnesaesI a .nylvania debate ffr QnU p torpers gt~c ae
five- consc utizve:y at ttAnd .of nor r >ep-. nav a fultllineof 0. of B. andi Aan Aehore fi'trg lesteptttw.t TRUNK:AND VALISE REPAIRING at LowestPrietso,
resoptattse .on :(,fdttuitie ;the.. duly 'man Vtews. Mahe a apectalty. of Stiiadenta' 'Boome
# ' Y and Foahttght Work, toooaho ab.- OSEFURNISHING GOODS.
se ed to me worthy to be,,e-cled . _.. e,..t .H R EyVesosaeq Clz',8hdeLvl',
acee Pl lc:'aeatp a Ble3ei d: aiae gad 4145 hottot Bohtore. 307 SoughIt Main Sireet. ANTON ZTEUFEEt.

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