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7"1H4E MICHIGAN DAILY

DATESANOCE
FOR REGISTRA9TION,
titerai y Cvllege Election IRlaiiks 'Must

r

1t N(. lN EE R S'LIEMIT I,5
OP!E' NI OF SEMESTER
Students inal colleges and schools
of the university are. urged to com-
plete their ren ,tration: and election
of iiew courses At the earliest possi-
ble (late.
For z;tu2dents inl the College of Lit-
erature, Science,, and the Arts, all
clec~ion blanks 13ust, be handed in to
the proper committee on elections,
Mondlay , to Thursday, Febs. 5 to S.
The1)e con _ ittce; will be found in the'
fel lcwi ug roms: freshmen, room
205, (second floor north) U. H., soph-
omnores, mrom208, (second floor south)
U. IT., and for Juniors and seniors at
the registrar's office. Students are re-
questedl to consult members of the
dlifferenit departmental faculties before
Ja n. 28.
The classificatiou of students in the
literary college is base(] Upon the
amnount ot' credit they possess on Oct.
I, as follows: freshmen are those
having less than 2 4hours credit, sc'ph,-
omnores having from 24-33 hours cred,-
it, julniors from 5to 87 ,hours credit,
andl seniors, those having 83 or more
1,)(urs credit ,or those planning defi-
nitoly to graduate in February or
AugusEt of the current year.
Flue for Late Registrafloui
Studefnts cf illu Colleges of Engi-
neering a;,d rchitiecture must en.
tirelv coriilete I heir -reagiztration
(including payment of fees, classi-
fication.u and enrollm2ent) by the fi rsf
tdaiy oft the semester,"rTuesdlay, Feb.
1l'. T'ihos faitiling to complete their
r'egistration ind cl an, itcation by this
0 J0 atre qu11ired to pay a fee of five
d1oI111a.
Announcent las been ma de that
thle office of the Schlool of -Educatior
vi ll be open for second .sciester reg-
i,-tration, from 9 to 12 and from 2 t(
>, from Febl. 5 to 9 inclusive. If en-
tire registration 1i3 not completed by- F

Guide To Hop, With Firn
Rules, Given By. Comua
Final details: for the i924 J-Hoy securing their wraps2
have been announced by the flop coin- between the two gymn
mittee, and are explained in order thatI The Hop committee
those attending the H-op may have 1tr of of the dance thro
clearer idea of the procedure for the ening, though much of
annual affair.i will be done by the
Dancing to Begin ait 9 1mWen. Those groups
The Mason and Dixon orchestra wvil'1booths for the dance
begin music for dancing promptly at their two signed pledgc
9 o'clock, although the grand march if they have not doner
will not begin until 9 :30, in order that --
all guests may be given an opportun/, ai
ity to be prs te as il OelPEN yDOR IN
Tai n rvt aswl ne1uuthedrive around the gymnasium fron. annr
East University avenue, stopping at BbfLED TO
the wvest entrance of both gymnasiums!
Cars will be allowed to Ipark orl
Twelfth street and North University 1J)ECLAIIATION CLA
but not on North University or Eas' j OT BOUND TO
University in the vicinity of the gyn.i COJNC11
nasiums.
Speelal Parlors Provided Lausanne, Jan. 2'.
Trhe programs for the dance wili The policy of the ope
be given out from 1 to 5 o'clock the Ikeasdvctdb
afternoons of 'Feb. 6 and 7. Special aadote b
parlors will be provided for those ;at- States at the Near I
tending the dance and not havingi ence was ratified by
booth room. Fraternities. will not b' night in the fortiof
permitted to have flowers in thxel read by M. Bonpard t,
booths, though they mnay have floor ence, declaring thatT
lamps along with their furniture. N(, obliged to follow the
wraps may be taken to booths. All, council oil the Otton.
furniture must b~e removed fron-. matter of concessions
booths by 12 o'clock Saturday morn- This declaration whi
ing following the Hop. American representatii
After entering, the mien will leav . goes on the official rea
their dance partners near the en. at the last hour of ai
trance and proceed up stairs wvherc' sion which only serve
they will check their wraps. They' the large number ofr
will meet their partners at the en the allies and Turks
trance between Barbour and Water- Questien Arose 0
man gymnasiums. After the dancec The op-en door ques
they will leave their partners at the connection with the
stairs in the hallway of Barbour gym allies that Turkey pa
nasium, and meet them again afte * .15,000,000 Turkish pouf
arations to allied citiz(
OABRILOWITSCll RECITAl. I Sustained during the
DETROIT EVENT OV rJI', Ix' (allied draft of the p~r
AIL hS for the det~ails of thi:
key today absolutelyi
Ann Arbor p~atrons of muisic wxr) in any form, reache
have admired the genius of Ossi,)1(hildis yesterday, hef
sabrilowitsch, conductor otf the De ci tinc~e that the Trkr
should ask the opinici
roit Symphony orchestra, will have on the Ottoman djefbt

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Janua imsie. . IRegular hours, from 7:45 o'clock in will be maintained1 by the general Ii-- -
On Sale T1o0 or r'owl brary during the examination period. Try a Classified Ad--it pays.--Adiv.
~'iittee Enlarged in size and whimsically' 111111111111111111111 iIlII
violating its own custom, the ;tradition - Week Beg.A I 11 O.MT.W),
at the entrance of tardiness, the January Whimsie.- =,2 TONIGHT if I1 i ~ c to$15
nasiums. will be placed on~ sale tomorr'ow, An.. (Sanday) Jan. 28 Sat. NOt. Sc t o $
ilbeicogother innovation in the current issue(J -( ________________________-.________________________
Oughout the ev- 1IVV21G....- -
the detail work; is that its contents win oca maceo11p
sub-committee-. entirely of contributions by students -C r'LC
whc etciwho are not .members, of the staff.TH M C , J SU CES.:
must send in From its first mimeographed isNwsffrsasslet}injo 2--"
the literary "hi-monthly" established=-IN THE-
the custom of coming out tardily. The Ready-Made Gowns 2-
saray. sale of the present issue commzzencing{=i addition to- HISTORY MUS111 ICAL CO E
on time breaks effectively one of the n-O .'J rJI 2
iinrii University's ti-me-honored traditions. = -W
UILIRegular subscribers' co-pies of the' Regular Designing =1111cVAND)ERBUILT PRIiQUCIM.4 (0 MVYIAY X Presenits
Tmagaznuwerdesdi :ah:posts
appear on the camnpus, but all nearb~y afternoon and Evening
AIMS T RKiIS1 newstands will be suplied with cop Apparel--
FOLO es for general sale. _ ..
Large Sum Raised \llGACVN
7-(By A. lP.)- Fo- 3"3[migofir . usc Y HryTierney.
QR uJ ssianfA2d 230 nickels Arcade =--1n I* zzsfotottr. Tsibyllr..
mLrc dori ur 9AT A~~ y d os. McCarthy. Staged by Edwiard Royce.
iy the United', rethn PIhone 75-
Eastern confer- Voeta $900 haycve been raised !.iuItlu1II1;gill11#IIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIII11##=
_ in Ann Aroi ortecasefu-Te Greatest Girl in the World
the allies to- 1.Sian relief. b Thre tloca conirnittee }A =_ ______
f a. declaration' while not giving nnuch publicity to LER'ODAC
to the confer.,itswork: , has gatheredthisDsumE
rukywsntthrough various chzannels, and, in ad- HALIE-
advice of the -ditionz, has prepared for shipmzent, a DANCE STUDIOS .: SPECIA N R A E R H S R
~an ebtin te cns~erabe aoun of onaed coth Hors 15w -10Wuerh Acad
an Turey. nheing. L0#!1iI#1##1q -ct~~lkllltII #I~~t11#111IIl11I11IIln
ih +a~tJnq1dthe ,__________________

I

ive and which1
,cord, was madejNJj II I
in amnazing ses-
,ed to bring out
pointsi on which IW eRecOmIA
are, divided..,
hit of Debtteinaoe n
the. Diver
denya nd of the
ay to the alliesI SHOWS 2:00 -13:3 - 7 :00.- 8:45
nds gold as rep, -
:ens for damages I
war. WXhen the
-otocol providling
,S payment, Tur-
refused to make
ed Ambassador
found in it a
kish government;
n of the councilof
twith reference "' '

will t)e in-poSed.
mleat is madePinl

fn e- of five dolla-rr-
F7urther announce-
this school that all

February s;eniors' who wish their-'
namies pre,3ented for diploma% or cer.
tificaltes should a ttend to this matter
net later ta Feb. 14. Diploma and
Life Certifica'e 2ees are playable at thle
present time.
Further information withi reference
to reg-istration and classification may;
be obtained at the var-ious regi.- tra-
tion offices of the University.
Got something Lcor salo? A "Daily"
fh.p Dailyi will find it.-Adv.

,i opportunity to hear him in the-
,Tcld in which he first won interna-
tional' distinction, in his annual D-
troit pianoforte recital at 8: 15 0'-
clock Thursday evening in -rchestra
hall.,
Mr. Gabrilowitsch's program is
conservative one and is p~ractically
identica-l with that which won himt Z
great ovation in New York. Ile wilP-
open with a Bach fugue transcr ibed11
from the organ by. Tausig and follow-.'
ing this will play Moart's V ariation.s
in F major, Schumann's AufschNNunne.I
Beethoven's "Moonlight" Sonata, Op.}
27, No. 2, a Chopin group, two orig-
inal compositions and the Themel
Varie of his colleague, Paderewski.

to all contracts for new concessions
or the extension of old conventions.
M.Amb~assador Child~s bimedilately
conferred with the allied leaders and
pointed out that this provision col--
lied with the, open door. In conse-
quence M. Bompard tonight read a
dleclaration that it wa-s far from the-
allies' intention to strike any blow at
the sovereign rights, of Turkey, which
were fully safeguarded, as Turkey
need not follow the advice of the
cuclon concessions.
}Patronize D~aily advertisers.-Adv.}
Trry a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.

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