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IU.S REUSES TO SHARI
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JAN. 81 AND 22 DATES F
LITERARY REQISIRA

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STAIRWAY, SW IIING POOL AND
READING ROOM ALONE
REMAIN,
Only three parts of the new Union
building, the main stairway, the swim-
ming pool; and the reading room will
be incomplete by thebeginning of the
second semester, according to Union
officials. Lack of funds delays the
completion of the swimming- pool and
the reading room, but it is expected
that gifts from prominent alumni will
make possible the flnishing of these
parts in a short time.
Failure of material to arrive has
been the cause of the stairway delay,
but work will be started on this as
soon as it comes. After the arrival of
the material, it will take some time to
finish the job, as the construction of
the stairway is a difficult task.
Diing Room Nearly Ready
The }ain dining room is the only
room in which the permanent lights
have been placed, but more are coming
in continually. With the exception of
some of the furniture, the main din-
ing room is ready for use.
The Union concourse will be the
latest section to be given over for
use, as 6fficials are expecting this to
be ready by Saturday. Part of the
wainscoting and the furniture has
not yet arrived, but the concourse will
be used.nevertheless.
Homer Heath, general manager, has
moved into his newly finished offices
in the south corridor, and the main
desk with its cigar humidor has keen
installed for some time. The major
part of the work on the check rooms
has been done.f
Clocks to Be Installed
Every effort is being made by Union
officials to have the work on the build-
ing done by the second semester, with
the exception of the stairway, swim-
ming pools, and reading room. By
this time it is expected that all the
furniture and rugs will be here, and
most of the lights hung up.
Electricians Ore wiring the build-
ing, preparatory to the installation of
numerous clocks, which will be run
from a master clock 'in the general
manager's office. This, master clock
will be set at12 o'clock each day from
Western Union time at Washington,
and at the same time all the other
~clocks ,in the bflding will be changed.
Jiore Recruits
Jin IR 0. T41 C
More men from the literary college
are enrolling in the R. 0. T. C. accord-
ing to Colonel Arthur, chiefly from the
juniors. A few engineers have also
joined, including the president of the
junior engineers.
Beginning with next semester an ad-
'vanced course will be given in R.
0. T. C. work for the benefit of upper-
class men, pa'rticulary juniors, who
have sufficient military training to
their credit. Such credit is given for
attendance at preparatory military
schools, R. 0. T. C. work, S. A. T. C.
work, or for instruction under army
officers. The amount of credit given
for this work will vary with the
standing of the institution, where it
was taken, and, with the length of the
courses studied.
Men having sufficient credit of this
hura t a nml t th Aavanced

WEDNESDAY'
12:30-Varsity band report l front
of Alumni Memorial hall. Uniforms
and instruments.
12:80-Griffins hav Michiganensian
picture taken at Randall's studio.
"15 Public students' recital at the
University School of Music.
4:15-Dr. William Rscoe Thayer lee-
ures on "Jame' Russell Lowell,"
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
,:00-Freshmen footbal dinner in
Union.
7:00-Engineering honor committee
meets in Engineering society rooms.
7:30-A. I. E. E. meets in Natural
Science auditorium.
7:30-Forestry club smoker in club
rooms in Natural Science building.
7:30-Western clib meets in room
304 of -Union.
8:0-Zionist society meets in Lane
hall.
THURSDAY
3:00-Harold Titus, '1d list,
speaks in room 5 of An or Pess
building.
6:00 Chimes board of directors meets
in room 312 of Union. Postponed
from Tuesday night.
7:00-Varsity Mandolin club practice
in University hall
7:00-Michigan Union orchestra re-
hearsal. Practice open to every-
body.
7:15-Cooley club of Law school trial
in practice court room of Law build-
ing.
FRIDAY
12:30-Polonia Literary circle has
group picture taken at White's stu-
dio.
6:30-Presbyterian young people's
sleigh ride to Saline. Sleighs leave
church promptly.
7:30-Plymouth guild sleigh ride
party. Leave from Congregation-
al church.
7:30-Phi Sigma meets in room 173
Natural Science building. D'. Con-
nell speaks.
SATURDAY
9:00 A. M.-Advsory board of Wom-
en's league holds meeting.
2:00-Pennsylvania students hold nov-
elty get-together party in old Union.
Party ends at 5:30 o'clock.
7:00-Newark, N. J., club meets in
room 306 of Union.
8100--F ny dress party in' Barbour
gymnasium.
U-NOTICES
AU men interested in the Freshmen
mandolin club are requested to
meet at Lane hall Wednesday even-
ing at 7 o'clock. Unless more inter-
est is shown the club will be dis-
continued.
Michiganensian photographers have
a number of open days this week
in which seniors may make appoint-
ments for sittings.
Seniors have 15 more days in which
to make appointments for Michi-
ganensian sittings without the ex-
tra charge.
Those desiring to go on the Presbyter-
ian sleigh ride Friday, sign up at
Lane hall, if names have not already
been turned in.
Members of "Red Feather" opera who
have any music parts are requested
to leave them at the Michigan Un-
ion desk.
TREATY COMPROMISE FAVORED
IN CAMPUS REFERENDUM

OBJECTS TO PRINCIPLE OF
MENT FOR DESTROYED
FLEET'

PAY.

Washington, Jan. 13.-The United
States government has refused to ac-
cept any part of indemnity to be paid
by Germany for the destruction of the
German fleet at Scapa Flow because
it objects in principle .to the settle-
ment mad'by the supreme council, it
was said today at the state depart-
ment.'
Germany in ccmpensation for the
surrendered war ships is required to
deliveer to the allies certain material
and steamers, such as floating docks
and tugs and the council had decided
to allot 2 per cent of this material
to the United States. )Ambassador
Wallace today informed the council
that if its decision withrespect to the
award was final, the United States
would waive its claim to any part of
the indemnity.
State department officials would not
explain the American government's
objection to the settlement but it was
recalled that on the first the American
representatives at the peace confer-
ence, had favored the destruction of
the German ships on the ground that
their' division among the other -powers
would make it necessary for this coun-
try to proceed with a much uarger
'naval building program that would
otherwise be regarded necessary.
M. A. C. LETTER MEN
TO GET LIFE PASS
East Lansing, Jan. 13.-All M. A. C.
letter athletes will be admitted to all
sporting events in which the Green and
White teams are participating as a re-
sult of an action of the college. Life
passes will be given to all men that
have been presented with the mono-
gram, these passes to be good for
games away from home as well as
those at East Lansing, through - ar-
rangements made with middle western
schools.
The passes will be enclosed in a
small brown leather folder for con-
venience in carrying, About 200 will
be given out, as soon as the lists now
being prepared by Coach Brewer are
complete.
The results, it is argued, 4111 add
incentive for Aggi students to go out
for athletics, reward the old boys,
and provide encouragement occasion-
ally when the team is away from home,
should any graduate athletes happen
to be in the vicinity.
SEVERAL DANCERS OF ABILITY
APPEAR FOR OPERA TRYOUTS
Several dancers of some ability were
discovered by E. Mortimer Shuter, di-
rector of the Union opera, in the try-
outs for clog, eccentric, and oriental
dancers held Monday and Tuesday in
room 308 of the Union. Further trials
will be given each day for some time
from 10 to 12 o'clock, 3 to 5:30 o'clock
and from 7:30 to 9 o'clock, in order
that every student may have an op-
portunity.
,.Only men for this type of dancing
are desired in these preliminary try-
outs, as the cast and chorus trials
will come at a later date, probably
within a week. Excellent opportu-
nity is offered for unusual dancers in

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All election blanks for the
second semester of students in
the literary colla^e must be fil-
ed in the office c Q the Registrar
on Thursday an'i Friday, Jan.
21 and 22. Th, dates have been
set at this time so that plenty
of time will l offered to in-
terview professrs before the
rush ofI examination time.
A supply of announcements is
available in the Registrar's of-
fice and the supplementary an-
nouncement will be out next
week giving notice of a number
of new courses, as well as cer-
tain corrections.
Read the Daily for Campus News.

7:10 in
The Michigan Union Annex
The second lesson of the Be-
ginners' Dancing Class will be
held tonight.
This will be the last oppor-
tunity to join the Beginners'
Class, as no one will be enrolled
after tonight. There are already
forty-seven in this class.

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course and if their work is satisfact- (Continued from Page One)
ory, be recommended for a commis- and in the classroom, where instruct- TICKET SALE FOR J.HOP
sion, while men not having such cred- ors often led the discussion. OPENS TODAY; ENDS SATURDAY
it will be required to take the exam- The nationwide significance of such
inution. a ballot, particularly under present
This military study credit is in conditions when considerable influence omores an reshmen. In each class
no way connected with the mIlItary( is needed to break the deadlock be- the applications will be filled in the
credit awarded for/war service, which tween administration and opposition order in which they are received.
latter cannot be utilized in this man- forces, cannot be overestimated in the Tickets are sold with the under-
ner according to Colonel Arthur's opinion of many members of the Uni- standing that thes purchasers will ap-
statement. versity faculty who have studied thestninat theyp ua rss.lNa
situation. Although the ballot, by the pear at the Hop in full dress. No
sitatin. lthughthebalotby hemen will be admitted who are not so
Ten reasons (among many others) original announc'ement, is not intend- attired.
why you should invest with HURON ed for any political end whatever, andathett
VALLEY BLDG. & SAVINGS ASSO. I was meant merely to stir up a spirit The committee has decided that two
(1) Safe beyond question. (2) Best of interest in public affairs among chaperones will be admitted to each
returns for safe investment. (3) college 1communities, so widespread booth.
Your money is not taxed. (4) It helps an expression of intllignt opinion will
you own a home, if you have none. not, it is felt, be overlooked. I Kentucky Club Arranges for Dance
(5) If you own a home, your money Fred J. Petty, '21, general chairman Final arrangements for a southern
wi'l help others to homes. (6) It of the Student council committee. breaking dance were made at the meet-
helps the laborer towards prosperity which had charge of the information .ing of the Kentucky club Tuesday
and thrift. (7) It uses your money campaign and the ballot, said Tues- night. The chaperons for the affair
toward upbuilding your city. (8) It day night that the committee was will be Prof. Rene Talamon and Mrs.
increases your savings so that when highly satisfied with . the results Talamon, and Mr. Hessel E. Yntema
you are too old to work your money will1 achieved. "The referendum discussion and Mrs. Yntema. The dance will be
work for you. (9) It does not tie up has not only caused a great revival of held on the evening of Jan. 17 and is
your money like putting it in mort- ' student interest in the more serious . to be strictly a sectional affair.,
gages or similar investments, you cffit national affairs," he said, :"but it has
draw it when fou need it and get 5 also afforded a true indication of the Musie Stuents Must File Permit
per cent interest, free from taxes. 110) representative opinion of Michigan: Some students who have elected
It keeps your money constantly cir- students and faculty on the treaty. The' practical music course 18 for the first
culating, doing good to you and oth- turnout for the ballot was excellent, seemster have neglected to file with
ers. Invest with us today. Every considering the change made, in the the Registrar the necessary permit
day's delay is loss to you. propositions at the last minute." from Prof. Albert A, Stanley. Credit
H. H. HEBST, Secy. and Atty., Sav- for Music 17 and 18 is given only to
tags Bank Bldg.-Adv. Patronise our advef ,s, those who file this necessary permit.

PROGRAM

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store.

Aria-"Oh, casto fior mi sospir," from "Re d'Lahore"........Massenet
Cade la sera (Shadows of Evening) .....................Mililotti
Star vicino (only smile, I will ask nothing more)......Salvator Rosa
April..................................... .......... Tosti
Aria--"O de' verd' anni miel," from "Ernani" ..................Verdi
Two Neapolitan Songs:
Manella Mia........ ........................Valente
Canto per'e . . ........... ............. ..... deCurtis
La Paloma .............................. ............Yradier
Un douxlien ................., ....................Alfred Delbruck
IBonjour Suzon.......... ..................... . Delibes
Cause of You .... ..................... ..........Frank Waller
Aria-"Largo al factotum," from "Barbiere di Siviglia".....Rossini
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TICKETS: $1.00, $1.50, $2.00; COURSE TICKETS (including con-
certs by Josef Hofmann, the Detroit Symphony, and $3.00 May Festival
Coupon), $4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00.

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