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1111
Us.
01F
N. DAILY.
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VOL. XII.
MUNICIPAL PROBLEMS
Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, Gives
Comprehensive Views on Important
Subject of City Government
-Advice to Young Men
Mtayor Carter FL. Harrison, of the
municipality of C'hicigo delivered a
very interesting and instructive ad-
dss to a lrge nuimb(r of students
in University Hllutyesterday evening
M yor tHaririoiitook for iio theme,
"Soe.uePhases 01fSinicipl Problems,"
and the maniier' ini svichbehaoinled
his intriete andi somiesvtompr~itie-
hiensive subtjecit soiedveimiii ttoe
thoroughlyin itoiichisith the nos
movemnei i ch itiisitt esnt sweip-
iug ttrougrht the goerimeits of te
principial Americaincities
Thii' asitiiss tb'ganiiiisittia coilpaii-
soii of teiiitys ciiiitiosiuiindeithe
old re'giime and uiiiiilthi'lahteioi'dei'
the iseas crtsiigi'iI sithtimtoe. te
ikenied ttii' Iiii'ality itself to a
withthte Citizesas stockldiiers, te
taxpayrs tholiing te pe'firrii stok
wht~iie tii'e1commlionlstiick is in the
handis oftheti'noni-taxpaying (tess;
is'(, oimiiinconc iio'Ioadt sitatitor-
iii'iinmay li' ihei'boadilof siectos
wh'iili' the Ilisyur, conmittroler and re-
c'odier pertoriiitheiuties of the isres-
dlont, triasurr ansi secretary. It is
the(,sduty of thii oteias to hiusbinds
titi aslcariefir'andt i crase the
r'esoiurcels anutproiidse for the cutm-
fort atneeis of the citienoslos
re tthe holsers sif the imuniciality's
stoek.
Ini iisussing the next pase, M.
Harrison dresv up a set of six priii-
ples foir the i'irri'it mangemnt of
mutiici'pali affairs, piniples wh'iic'h
shoulid te ini firci in municiipal go-
eriinenitsas ssel is inprivate con-
Btoard ruleant "one tut" rle oext
came tp for discitssiuii, atd after
enumeratinig the advantags of te
latter ats compiared siththte disid-
vanttages of the former, Mur. Harrison
struck at the real root of the falure
of mtunicipiai goernment in his state-
ment that it ws caused by the indis-
position of the American citizent to
embroi ismlf In city poitics. lBusi-
ness had more ecarms and returns
for hint than iiid a seat in the common
council. The eitienx paid no attention
at all to city affairs, leaving them in-
stead to a cass of commereal poli-
ticianis who found the pursuit con-
geniailaad rmuiitnerativ'e. As to the
question of hosw to rid the city of
that pst, -Mayor itarrisotsugttgestedl
two ssays: First, by crossding him
out, and second, by mksing his call-
ing unprodutctive. The atter plnt,
'whicti is by far ttii moie expdient,
couidtbe sone oiiy by a cotiprehn-
sve system of iity government, iby
makiiig franchises yietud their vale
in retuir'is to the city, and by erdi-
catinig the nusmeous esis swhich creep
imto le city affairs
Mayor tiarrison, in suggesting a
remedy for tte bad gsverments ss'hici
are evsvwhere ounssidihi Aiiei'cii
cities, stdwelt at li'igtiiupiii te neces-
sity of keepinig a iriiifonsatifori
our poslitiss, Ohly nationailitndil oal
Th'tis c'siili oly hes' tisie, te sad, tuy
buidiiig ftm' te'oi wnii siptltand po
s~r-inet govern'meni'its AsIita' fouindatihion
is, so is the' snot'i 'icts' aiidt tott-
iiig5'an ieiiiteii c't'"phiioa gsod
brioads, libieral fosisundthi.
In conclusioni Mr. tHarrisson sal to
the young muuu gong out ito the
bairt asnl biisyantuitsiiih. pe oust
a mbitiosisirtion sis, te irepubli
seiids auiessg'e. 'Tis iiesag sas:
Niihe'rprfessiola re'osritno' fiian-
s-il ;giini -siln is I eHtigiest 'out
il life. 'Th e Ameicu''anucitzaenshitis
not a iiei'e terri-suisite. t is sut s
pure gaim anistprisit. The advasntages
which it conifers stemntd retiirni.Ttie
,opportunities carry their obligations.
The message says even more: Whuat
Your fortummes have done for you you
should do for po'terity. Tihus you swili
-make yourselves a vital force in your
ANN ARBOR, MICIL, S:NTURDAkY, FEBRUAIY 28, 1903
No. 109
u'iiiiiiii ' i o u 114.f ,i'i'hit ,ue NEW C URE EXPLAINED
sari's land iiligutiiiiis iiil illi)or rnsi. CO RS
Youi nilst Ib' Aiis'rca i. 'heii- i-i'l it
appeas toyoiulnditothetie iirs whol Real Purpose of Enlish Work in
like' yoiiiirs' ilthe schoosand hut Ii- ,Joutnalism is Not to Mae Prac-
Isgi's. tshiall ilie apl eill iivai? tcal Reporters but to Help
"Stag" Dinner a Success iDevelop Writers' Talents
Thle chiass of 1) helst this first sit mele ycmelbedeiet
a series of 'stag'' diiners yesteirdauy ' ilshs ~ siu'itbe siet
eining at this Oysts's'Bay. Abosut-s0C elevuate' this'litsrary staitiardlosithe
memsbrs f the class sat dtown'Iiat Aimesricain iewspalipi, trus. L. A.
ssien siclock aindlrsgale hem lu'usevsStrauss sit te t'Unie'rsiy sficIihigaii
swith iheisumipiltuiiousteast sicuh thie.hass-iinvserte'd his class iio a 'local
commiitieei had' reast reIud'si.Afies' the ,saft"' tuimelfisn't iiisacits eitihior.
ianids harth si'enis'learei'dilawss-s'ooik- IDoubhtless his iiinnovatioin thu teash-
iug sias iiiordri. t'resideinit lbsin~tg sif Engishi sill a ffortth ishs
acted:s htoasimaus'irandin iia svery' uisus'ivshioni'isandstheI'iistiucto' o
]iuappy iuuu introduceidiitissIihis'fohows- itlhi' ifrtiiiuiinsu.tuofiijust wihaut
iuig, wiho ii'espondidits-hi)osis::Mitufl I s-us-it this ire'fioirm i 1 swsietsIthe
\'s'rdii'c Natihanu Kellogg,'sirainlul'' membesu'of t heuccass is quits' anoherc
Aldidgb's, Clii. alcohiu. "Mr. Sims,
Ii'e 5 i'iiuiy, Sylve-se' oltog'u, 1D. B hIslo.
thus' ii'i'''i iug p iliglihhIv s cls' il-
Blasinei, task tlcuiuuiuandshClii. IBeadle. lid fI I t in editorsiIiriiiiuihia arecs-titissus'
oh this histroit liiuuiah andsstates'son
TRACK MEET TONIGHT los Is thu' genei'i'luIih iuiuuIihl t
presen lt his ou1siders s with s this
'-tuttbohsyirgard'ihto hes'workih
University Freshmen arnd D. U. S. hts-h}insi'titiiteds ciy Ir sn'toiinis
Teams will Try for Supremacy Iunhi-hi stion. 'thesei-niiosuasrs-
mos ctpbaicaly ncoret :mdsluselhsii
In Waterman ymnasium- 1thi es's ci a vryhtdulihght, Or.
Officials Appinted h-iiii--- ior rathr mr. lti'ucksiiui, sihis
h sha ue'i'fst histitckhaos lot i-
Es's-rythuiug is in readisssforiithusi s ts-ildthus's-is f' ou' any sshi 111-
i tuiracth ms-t bhi-its'iihis't'uiv's'sii s- - lhus auhit s all rituhtsi's'iiithus'
Fh-c-IneliiiandshthusDtrcuit l'iviss'isits- students s uwe-ll 5as thus'professors to'5i
Schiioshisutuseam 5s' ii'i'iuas gylIit-usi- 51111s15Hilotths islulls, Thus'artistl'
sumnt iiight. 'hluen'ltiesstitt te this'osil' iitissuthierisi:
hateasanoncd iii yessterdhua's l 'I' rii'.Stauuss is tahn i
Dl~uy, na lust hte samlsst-it i no d iut Istudetshaeisto hisserie,'i' owitotu wr'te
maea inl-etsshing Groiuhit iu-ist Cglullli tati'uiht and coi's~l5y, Isis' hi
is heing aks-tiin t- il-'ett a is's-recuncitslu lri stit hifats alothowlithi
harge. numbteraof spetha -tors swt i t sixbe, he i- is-levaigti'heusstalndahrt si
dosuibt his'orus and to tuke iiithis'coi- 1150s hiiiii'5 ull1dsoring poten-ltial oy
tests. flistheIii iity' eior. IIe is techinig
The ofichiahuls fori the mee'tsyweeialt his puilsh-alshus hi'sn antitunuss-i--
piointed lst night slushare ais follosws:Iho'a mtrooi sstin ais lysitha lshsshubti
Start-is ee-- ne--ss- ituihuti'ik, editd,lhe is incubshaig ualse hes
Clerk sit Curssid Millasrd. suit ri'ding for tumtutous sens.'
assistant Clerks-It. tP. Rlstoi, The first "if" is exactly Ithat he
Maux l-ikulsteii, E. J. Wohuhgi'mnsth. Pllis ot theistisructors sre itsIndied
Anuncei'sr-'Issnniy Robsts. ito iaiccomplish,id luhthus lst'it' is
F-hush usgs-F. L. Dutnlap, J. M iimirly la tlurit-utisun. _Mr. ruiskmnm
Thiomnus, C. F.,T'tzsrel. uxpr-ssd hus purpousse ysti'rdayisu
Scorrs-A. E. tletchier, E-. atrot tyin to mke the studsents jour-
Swseeley, (D. E. atc-ugiu. nauiists, ut rather ts gie them it
FiehlJsudgs'-E. G. Redden, C. E. journaulisic type of wourk shich is
Dvorak, A. oE. t-ermsteims, siosderni usanh ulie uand crtainly sore
Timers-S. A, Metinber, J. J Nufer, Pleusant ttan this old method of writ-
Geo ttHaler - ig aristale uo huutatios.
In the reiy race betsweemn the tw-u "WNe ionist itends to sntake reporters
teams twvo lapss will be mini ty each of aou," siidh Mr. Brusskian, Frida,
mn i n steasd of ome, as amsoumced In or een gise the least reortoriuil
a previotus issue. traininig You get but three hours'
After the nieet proper the semi- truaininig a wek ii this line amd ol
finassuini the suirioss re-la races of for otesuemesistr, swhersuas a nesipsuapuler
'Varsity teusasiill be rums. rphoter- uts iii1C hours a dauy uanid
at hionofthle aear soes mot claim
to knosw mulih h of the work'
New Violin Instructor The Joit il s-scotiies:
Proft. Kelsea, presidenst of the Sshool "It is son'dififeiult to sonvihiis- the
Of "tisic, isisss-siyesterdauy after u di esill list thaut wsieuihe isblle
noon11re-guardinug the successor to trot. ulert'.(, 'is'a'iluab tle depaurtmenut sit
Stuirmt. Iltsrtusrs-, it s unusuiied'tothelsneies
Suaisdhe: I hauve the namuue sit thei Ot the is'tills uhisbuyia-this'papeisr fuss
smtuns whoss beus nPcisi agedg-ufist'this-reisss It s haurdt sios-l to cnins-ce
violint dlparutm'ntuthI0housenci-iithis'-gradut haIlut t litruary person-
stiuetedh sot lto give it out until to 'lit 5' whitchi -s desirubltin it big-
snorrosw',Whens it is asustssus's-slit raptly, a cr'Iirtque us' a mrontanti sosel,
will cauisi' I:ts's'cidstsatusisonuandsh we is icompaI til'e5i'ih it newsiartuits-h
ares vey o iimteiseuriing situh thit almlSslls'tIlnahuhatle its. lit-
uu dstinuishedtsiphucsoni tot-theuepar'uut u I ii iysitshils'elt uanlt udesritie
iuctl Iforce-s':u'rei-highy its-it-uslue to theiste
ee'lss l ots lppcuui'ltr, sut teya
Party ol '05 Class I sillhosmeilaf-ils-nthueuroutinieu sfter thus
drit-u tuu-'il this-ruduimeunuts, nitusthehull
1'theus' ositosuusu'lituturatcuss guisear luistrxtsrsson iiissu histo iuteu
isi it isocsial a t tilulangr's 11d-0it ne u~ srmyscen'ess i te ocul rots.
suuus'lstIiu'-lht andlush suuhiu'huius'abltot tut ib t i liulhussli is a u 5ulutsu
utiuli' -ri l ~n sts iituu s'-I-a- hstsahi nt 1 lsuu'u o
muuuuuu u'' i--uu u' 51 tu t P 'IIIu i il'lhli - thes' illti-spalil lis t er
by thus' huihhiuiii"ioiurchesittunchit s el'\ lil in lltemiis of Isss trosom
tesiuusoil'edidur 'ig thu e C'siiitl t uls, t uis s-s-u-a-sioisus ii upedi-
'I'le porty- s-is 'a sucess il el's-Ia' mlul-il
wayuls- 't us- l-Iscluedsis'ths'clueill( ornilt- Tire- slots-u-of teaI ttusuus' uuscr-
ls's'fori'thus etsh'usu'e f thus-ccs'su5in. - uutuh'hissel tmiuu'uuis snfr i nthis subt-
lict hIt is t thus'deusie'sofI'thus' e
Notice tto developt all s'uuhsis'uus,-stlats- ullthi
the Cliegi'U tstiGlesClsiill s'ii II' IItiss, iilear 11and'usonis, ox-
hiotl opcssin iiuehus Marcu'uhi ?uand J, I lsin- illt uas-tw i- ss'ushs ssil
torn ess cuundsidateus. ''here sre si tess',hushdiius a sohsteleu, the thoughts
5's1:ultcies whtich wae isish to ill for sit the wrcite-r. On othern swicds, to mske
this semsueste-r. All college girls are it possitile for the studen-sts ho toll ini
invited to comse and tray, The smeet- ansiniterestisug smannler that whuich
imgs a-ill bo held at 7 p. in., ODoom C, thesy wish to exosress.
University Hll.hh
By order of Secretary. Subscribe for the U. of MO. Daily.
Young Ladies at Banquet
Thliii-ttis'ssisa V. X. C. A. guie a
del-ightful banue tut lst osisuisg to csl-h
srute thu s'ses of this secondsyeasr of
this assoc-ition.u 'Thei'feasst vsenOi-
joyed bya' slls'hushned gussts who
guithered-utaroundsshthis'prettilayudec'oratd
tabluessof thouorgansautionsatithir
bonsnes'out N. uissrsit veni'uei.
'Tsousto s-nire'responded tih 5osy' Miss
Simmsus, SrsiJordhsi, Srs Wiait, 'i-iss
Douughty. Miss C'nus-uth, Miiss Willis,
MLiss Phillipis, Miiss Luwton andil 'iiss
Nortont, swhossacsisdsis touslsistrss
This uniqiue fturteofsitthisbanuttit
waus thaut this-preusaratsionis for this-esemt
is-sru-ll madeuhubPa'te yoiug l sdies
thuns'suslvus, siho isslitall this-buskisg anid
decoratinu hg tutr-thus'occsasion.,
Amonstig this guests iwonse.5Miss Siuss,
thes ges-lurhIsu-ctuay.sad 'iss Nu-
ton ofDhis-iull ndusesveral smemubrs'
ofthu udvisoits Ciiirsi
NEW FUND FOR MEDALS
Senator Russell A. Alger, of Detroit,
Gives $75 a Year for Tokens
in Honor of University
Debaters
t'uitedsl zitessenatsuor Rlussel A.
.\lgear. of DItrit i', hasuswsrittensuausethos'
u-u' sasinlg thaut is' will donoatte $75
i ya-scoiithetuiversitya' iutoial
Associationiiiiiffr thesusurpose- of fur-
Iihn eas ito liii'six lionmor sde-
suts-crso iinut T hi~us genesrous
gift sit thes'parhti of StI' Agsris
itsource-u-fs I Itutcitu o0 the ii-
strutsacs duhstiunsofsitthus tratsori-
suit det menuiiiit'andsi so highlappuure-
istudI ha'till siolare in iterested in
this isuu' oh stuidy.
Senautor Algr sill gle the $70 each
yasr unutil hi scusiss the deartent
notsis' tosthis'cosnurarys' t'Eachiof the
six hsoior sdebatrs for every season
siill ni-scsis's-usmeda-lshpurchiasedh from
thus fusnds, sad the tokemns will be
knsoswnias the "Russsell A. Alger D-
batinisg Medahuls." If rewsard for fait-
fish swork auh high class oratory is to
'his tiny inspiraltiumn, surely Michigan
stuents 0ill be msore desirous of do-
ing" oratoricasl aork than ever bfore
Co-Eds Give Farce
The furce given by the Women's
Lestg'te Friday afternoon in Sarah
Casswell Amgel Halaas the source
of much pleasure for a large number
of guests, who acre delightfully en-
tertainsed by this members of the or-
guuiizatioms The young ladies to whom
the success of this play is die are:
Miisses OPutnam, Rue, Wiggins, a-
pie,atorse, Read asd Cleveland
Aterrthe farce a recption was
is-on iii hio parlosrs. This lit of
the programssu vus folloswed by dascing
iii the gymnaiissium.l
TIhe putroneusses for hio affair were:
Mesdames usly, Itutts, Stewurt,
ti los-u-, Crookessr, Dotgass, Pettee and
Brceakeyu, tush Dr Smia-der
NOTICE.
't'hus-cosill useua 's-na'imptortanut meet-
tug of the Mandohilinilishanet Motday
esvensinug at:45 ini the regular room
ini tUier-siityll, Speialsoie is
nuallsd to the fact that the regular
meets-igs hasve been chasged from
Tutesdauy st 7 p. mi. to atonday t :45
u. n. This nuseeting is very imiportsnt
andui it is eastlys- a desired thast cs-ry
member ibe hehistut.
J. F. BULEY',
Leaduer.
NOTCE.
Thusci'will be ai meetisg of the
Rockysa Moutatuin Club Stshurduy mors-
tg st 10:30 in the Y. 'I. C. A. hall.
Impotanutuut thaut sll bel'oig or in-
teninig to jointsould be there.
BE1-N h. BROOWN Pres.
It is beliesed thaut thte epidetmic of
typshoid toner at Conell Uniiversity is
enstirelhy under control and thast pa-
tients noa in the hiospitals will re-
cover.t'resident Schurnman has in-
atigurated a planm to give all students
a chiance to make up their wvork.

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