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Official newspaper at :he University of Mich-
Publihed ersiymornng except Mon-
day during the university year.
Entered at the postoffice at Ann Arbor,
Michigan !under Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices Ann Arbor Press Building. Sub.
scription price:, by carrier, $.50; by mail,
$3.0. Want Ad. Stations: Press Building;
uarry's Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; C.
1-.Davis, Cr. Packard.and State
Telephones 96o and 244.
Maurice Toulme.........Managing Etitor
Adna Johnson...........Business Manaer
H. Beach Carpenter........News Editor
Gordon Eldredge.........Sporting Editor
FredFoulk"..."........Aaistant to uditor
Leonard Rieser......Intercollegiate Editor
Robert Tannhill.........Mui n rm
Harold Abbott................Cartoonist
Lillian Thomson...........Women's Editor
EDITORIALS
Harold Hippler Paul Blanshard
Marshall Foote Lester Rosenbaum
Louis David.
NIGHT EDITORS
Leo Burnett Chester Lang
. F. McKinney Cry Wells
Henry Rummel Jabin Hsi
On Sport Staff
Carlton Jenks Bernus Kline
T. Hawley Tapping F. M. Church
ASSISTANTS TO BUSINESS MANAGER
Sherwood Field 1-Tarry Johnson
Myron Watkins
REPORTERS
P. F. Thompson J. M. Barrett
C. A. Swainson D. R. Ballentine
R. S. Collins Leon Greenebaum
C. L. Kendrick W. A. P. John
E. C. Roth H. R. Marsh
C. L. Muller Charles Weinberg
Willis Goodenow
BUSINESS STAFF
F. G. Millard Russell Runyan
W. R. Carpenter R. J. Hofmann
Arthur Torrey R. V. Leffler
V. H. 'Herbet R. . Sheldon
SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1914
Night Editor-F. F. McKinney.
THE ISSUE.
Shall the students directly elect the'
three student members to the board
in control of athletics or shall the
present system be continued of allow-
ing the board of directors to elect the
student representatives?
This method has always resulted in
an elevation of at least two of the di-
rectors to the board in control.
THE BOARD IN CONTROL.
The board in control of athletics is
the legislative athletic organization.
It is composed of three students, four
faculty members, three alumni and
the director of athletics. The board
is purely legislative in its functions.
It schedules the games, gives the band
an appropriation, employs the coaches,
buys land and says whether or not
Michigan shall allow summer base-
ball. These functions are typical of
the rights and duties of the organiza-
tion. It is legislative.
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The board of directors of the ath-
letic association is the administrative
-the ministerial-board. It is com-
posed of the various varsity managers,
the athletic director, a secretary and
a treasurer. The students are elect-
ed by the general student body, from
a list of nominees selected by compe-
tition.
The board has charge of interclass
athletics, the awarding of class numer-
als, and the settlement of inter-class
athletic disputes. The various mana-
gers manage the detail work of their
respective sports. The interscholastic
'nanager the interscholastic meet, the
football manager the football team.
They have no initiative, except the ig-
islative power expressly delegated t)
them by the upper board in control.
It is ministerial.
THE DIFFERENCE.
The difference between the functions
of the two boards is the difference be-
tween the powers of a town constable
and the city council.

UNIIIABIAN UHUHUH
State cor. Huron
R. S. LORING, Pastor
Morning Service at 10:30
SUBJECT:
"What is
Religion"
YOUNG PEOPLES' SOCIETY
At 7.30
SUBJECT
"IBSEN AND HIS GOSPEL OF
INDIVIDUALISM"
SPEAKER
Rev. ,R. S. Loring

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One merely enforces the other's
laws. The council legislates, the con-
stable executes. He is a ministerial
officer.
THE DIVISION.
The dispute arises as to whether the"
students would be best represented by
men of their own direct choice or by
the choice of the directors.
At present the students cannot be
said to have representation on the
board in control. The members of the.
board are not responsible to the stu-
dents or to student opinion in their
legislative capacity. They were elect-
ed as managers by the students, but
they owe their legislative power to the
board of directors.
The Vigilance Committee has taken
the stand that the students should
have three students elected by them-
selves, responsible to them and re-
sponsive to their opinions. The com-
mittee is certainly right in its conten-
tion that there is no such representa-
tion at the present time.
The opposition claims that better
men are produced by the directors'
method than by the general student
body.
The Vigilance Committee has replied
with a strong expression of faith in de-'
mocracy and advanced a fear of the
small crowd domination. They claim
that up until the present year the
board in control has paid io atten-
tion to student wishes. They cite the
action of the board last year in opposi-
tion to the student vote on the band
appropriation.
Both sides agree that under the
present system a "ring" is very possi-
ble, that it can be avoided only by a
continued and alert watchfulness on
the part of the university public.
THE CANDIDATES.
On Wednesday morning The Daily
will carry answers to the question
from the various candidates. Thus the
student body will have the opportuni-
ty to express its approval or disap-
proval of the present method in the
election next Saturday.
The Daily columns are open to both
sides for a discussion of the advisa-
bility or or inadvisability of the pro-
posed changes.

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