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nester Elections
ur G. Hall has issued
ections for freshman
ion blahiks must be
e 5 o!eTbek Jan. 23.
a fine of $1 will be
re required to elect
emester cqurses con-
ken during the first
the same sections;
)llows rhetoric 1, etc.
king rhetoric A -will'
rse. Those now tak-
may elect chemis-
1 may follow zoo-

Students vho are unable to make
elections in accordance with these
rules, because of irregular elections
periitted the first semester, should
consult the Committee on Elections in
the Registrar's office, 3 to 5 o'clock,
Jan. 20 and 23.
Not more than fifteen and one-half
hours may be elected without formal
permission from the Committee on
Elections. .
Unavoidable changes in elections
may be made only in consultation
with thACommittee on Elections in the
Registrar's office from 3 to 5 o'clock,
Feb. 17 to 20.
Copies of the announcement may be
obtained at the Registrar's office.
Thiere is no new edition for the sec-
ond semester, both semesters being
covered by the edition issued last Sept-
ember. A supplementary circular will
be issued, however, stating important
changes.
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MARTHA WASHINGTON, CANDIES
at Tices' Drug Store, 117 S. Main St.
Fresh every Friday.-Adv.
Have you arranged with tho Sped-
ding Studio for your MVichiganensian
sitting? Sittings must be made before
Feb. 1.-Adv.

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TUESDAY
4:00--Piano recital by Albert Lock-
wood in School of Music.
4:15-ChemIstry lecture in room 151
of Chemistry building. Profs E. D.
Campbell speaks on "The Influence
of Changes in Carbide Concentration
'on the Electrical Resistance of
Steels."
7:00-Choral Union rehearsal at
School of Music.

7:00-La Sociedad Hispanica
in room 305 University hall.

CLUB
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science and . tactics, one
may be elected under con-
forth in a special circular
ned from the Registrar.
shman must make out a
n blank, witha class card
urse. The blanks may i
om the Registrar's office.
ut one card for a course
f both lectures and quizJ
y work. In case of direct
a of the first semester's
e election blank and class

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7:15-Pontiac club meets in Lane
hall.
7:30-Soph lit smoker in upper read-
ing room of Union.
7:30-Dr. Warthin speaks to Miehi-
gan Dames in Lane hall.
7:30-Culver club meets in room 316
of Union.-,
7:30-Dr. Warren E. Forsythe talks
on "First Aid and Personal Hygiene"
in room 303 Chemfstry building.
7:30-ansas club meets in room 323
of Union.
8:00-Intercollegiate Socialist ssigiety
meets in room P162 Natural Science
building. I. Paul Taylor speaks on
"Labor and Education."
8:00-Christian Science lecture in
Sarah Caswell Angell.hall.
WEDNESDAY
4:15-Student recital at School of
Music.
7:30-Fresh Mandolin club practIce in
Lane hall.
7:30-Rocky Mountain club meets in
Lane hall. All men and women from
Rocky Mountain states invited to
attend.
7:30-All-electrical smoker in main
dining room of Union.
4 :00-Ziont society meets In Lane
hall. Samuel Heyman of Detroit
speaks.
THURSDAY
6:15-Union membership dinner in as-
sembly hall of Union.
6 45-Menorah society board of di-
rectors meets in Lane hall.
7:00-Varsity Mandolin club practice
in University hall.
8:00--All-Nation jamboree under an.
spices of Cosmopolitan club in Hill
auditorium.
FRIDAY
7:30-Alpha Nu Deba ng societ
meets on fourth floor University
hall.
8 :00-Mischa Levitizki, planist in Hill
auditorium.

Prof. H. A. Sanders, of the Latin
department, will speak to the Class-
ical club at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday
evening in room A of Alumni Memo-
rial hall, His subject will deal with
tie "Manuscripts of the Bible." Pro-
fessor Sanders will also have several
announcements of importance ' to
make to all classical students.
This will be one of the most im-
portant meetings the cl1ub has had
'this year and no excuse for non-at-
tendance will be accepted. Bisiness
relative to the new initiation, the an-
nual play; and the new Classical club
publication will be discussed.
FIVE SOCIALISTS TO GO ON k
TRIAL IN ALBANY, N. Y., TODAY
(Continued from Page One)
mociracy and whether a small group
of politicians have ,the power to dis-
franchise 65,000 citizens in five as-
sembly districts."'
Attorney General Chales D. Newton,
counsel for the 'prosecution, announc-;
ed tonight he had engaged as assist-
ant couiiset, former Supreme Court
Justice Arthur E. Sutherland of Roch-
ester and former Republican. leader
of .the state senate, Elon R. Brown of
Watertown. t
Micigan Will Aid
Martin W. Littleton it was announc-
ed will serve until his presence is re-
quired at Grand Rapids, Michigan, in
connection with the Newberry trial.
The defense counsel Includes Mor-
ris Hillquit, Seymour Stedman of
Chicago, counsellfor Eugene V. webs
and Victor L. Berger; Gilbert R. Roe,
former law partner of Senator La-
Follette, and -S. John Bloch, state
chairman of the Socialist party.
ANN ARBOR AUDIENCE WON
BY CANADIAN SPEAKtR'S HUMOR
(Continued from Page One)
The scene of the acting must be in
a hotel room, where at the end ot the
story the other man comes in and clos-
es the tale either by shooting the hero
or heroine ,or being shot himself.
Fiction and literature in general
would be greatly benefited if the lat-
ter type were thrown in the discard
and never thought of again, accord-
ing to Mr. Leacock.
WOLSEY SPEAKS AT SECOND
UNION SERVICE OF YEAR
(Continued from Page One)
question "what is the purpose of your
religion and your ,religious life?" He
delivered the sermon as an answer to
that question.
"What It Costs Us" was the subject
of Rev. A. W. Stalker's sermon in 'the
Methodist Episcdpal church.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.

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U-NOTICES'
The Kentucky club will reserve a ta-
ble for the Union membe ship dift-
ner. Members of the club may ob-
tain individual reservations at this
table by notifying Robert F. Math-
ews, telephone 2619, by 1 ,o'clock
today.
Senior dues will be collected during
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday in
main corridor of University hall be-
tween the hours of 10 to 12 and '1-
to 4 o'clock. All-seniors are expect-
ed to pay their class dues at this
time.
history 12 (Second Semester)-"En-
rope Since 1870." 'This class will
meet M. W. F. at 10 instead of at 9
as stated in the announcement.
Representatives of the following or-
ganizations are requested to appear
at the Michiganehsian office this aft-
erhoon between 1 and 5 o'clock to
identify members in group pictures:
Delta Upsilon, Alpha Tau Omega,
Kappa Nu, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Al-
pha Delta, Delta Tau Delta, Phi
Chi, Theta,..Delta Chi, Alpha Delta
Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Kappa
Sigma, Gamma Phi Beta, Tau Beta
Pi, Mt. Clemens Club, Craftsman
Club, 'A. I. E. E., Japanese Club,
Alumnae ,House, Girls' Glee Club,
Girls' Mandoline Club, Mimes, Sin-
fonia, and Zeta Psi.
The presidents of the following or-
ganizations will send representa-
tives to th_ Michiganesian offices
between 1 and 5 p. m. today to cor-
rect the list of members' names:
Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma
Chi, Delta Chi;' Sinfonia, Alpha
Sigma Phi, Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Beta Phi, Phi Delta
Phi, Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Delta
Chi, Xi Psi Phi, Alpha Sigma, Phi
Rho Sigma, Phi Beta Pi, Phi Alpha
Delta, Psi Omega, Alpha Kappa Kap-
pa, Pi Uusilon Rho, Alpha Rho Chi,
Theta Xi,.Sigma, Delta'Kappa, Al-
pha Chi 1igma, Hermitage, Monks
and Phylon.m
The presidents of each of the soror-
ities will send representatives to the
Michiganensian offices between 1
and 5 p. In. today to correct lists of
members' names.
Seniors have nine more days in which
to make appointments for Michi-
ganensian sittings without the ex-
tra charge.

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