J-ne ünal Universíty debate for the choosing of the three debaters .vho are to represent 'the University .in the interóoHegiate debate wfüi Ohicago, will be held tomorrow nlgn't in University Hall. This is the second annual debate held since the Oratorieal Aásolaiion Ihas had control of the debsuing ïDterests at 'the Universüty, and since :hen the flna'l University debate has beeome as prominent as the University oratorical leontest. This year the Matonea! Assodiition 'Was increasëd the testimoniáis for this contest to $70, $50 ;md Y30 for the tfhree wrauer's respectiVely, amd tlie increase oí interest due to ithis 'h'as 'been shown in nK vci;v large numbers wiio en te red in the society preliinSnaiieB. The (juestion to be döbated is the same one t'hïrt .win be used in the debate wtth Chicafro: "Resolved, That l'hij ünfted Stiltes seutite a-cted wisely in rejeeüng the proposed art!iratiuii iieary uith Englehd." Hou. Suüiv.-m M. Cuteheon anti Judge G. S. Hosner, of Detroit, and Prof. F. A. Bai-lxur, of the Ypsilanti Normal will aai ;is jndges. Hon. Dextei M. Ferry, of Deti'oit, will 7ie the presWing officer, The debate will takc the forui ,f tl eoiïtesl beCween ithe liteüiry aart law ilepartments as woll as one for vidual lurnors. W. B. Harrison, V. Sanger and E. L. Geisnier wüi r'epre'■i- the lii.M-ai'.v departineat auil wil] have the affirmaüve oí t ín; cuestión, vrh'ile ffie laiw (Ic-pnrhnent wlll be represented by L. C. WMtman, T. A. Berkt-bile and IX F. DHlon.