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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ThURS1,'5DA,4JAN. IS-, 1138

DAIY OFFICI,
FW 14 &.hlm tbO l~irfe ;, s o

-- ~plying with this requirmett hiIie ?ouse next semester are request-I
/ I ~C. T. Olmsted. e(d to fil out the form before Friday 4
A.'L BLl.LETIN tM t -howo - b noon, Jan. 74. Applicants chosen for-
'I~rxlb"~f «liowold e ntresedinmembership will be notified by the'
ar a~tiv the *to all mebPeaoft9,og eNermembership committee by noon Sat-
~ RW ~ t P~dstudy and would care to discuss the uda so they can notify proper
matter with President Dodge of the ierda y authorities of their inten-
American" University of Beirut, may tion to leave their present roomxs.
tration material should be called for make appointments to meet hire on_____
beginning today at Room 20483 Na tur- Thursday by calling the Office of the I -lo-p Booth for Junior Enginers:
al Science Bldg. Counselor to Foreign Students, 303 on!Rgsrtosfrpae ilb ae
S. T7. Iiana, Da, tlb' University exchange.thsmrigadFdymongbe
- -- -- i ~~~J. Raleigb Nelson, thsmrigadFdymongbe
University Women: All women ,,tu- I Counselor to For'eign Students. tween classes on second floor above
dents who intend to chiange houses at' Engineering Arch for Junior Engi-
the end of this semester must ad-
visethehouehed o ths itenion (Graduate Students in History: Sev- I ncers. A fee of 65 cents is to be paid
before Saturday, Jan. 15. Accord- eral new announcements of fellow- by registrants immediately. Purchase
ing to contracts, no changes' of resin ships have been posted on the His- ;tickets on Monday, Jan. 17 and re-
dence can be approved after thlat I tory Department Bulletin Board in port numbers to committee members.,
date. Juniors and seniors in theI Haven Hall.j at once. Preference given in order!
University dormitories may be re- !01' f registration. Committee members!
leased from their contracts to live in Freshman Residence in Fraterni- are Fred Osberg,. chairm., Edward
sorority houses. ties: At a recent meeting of the Coin- Egle, Don Percival, Harold Spoden,
Any: studenti now in residence who mittee on Student Affairs the follow-, and Edward Lebeis.
will not be in college the second igato was taken : -
semester, whether because of ra oda- QAs an incentive to improved schol- First Aid Course for University Stu-
tio orothr rasn, s rquetedtoarship and as an aid to those fra- dents: Course conlsists of ten two-
ntifythircor ofher re sdeestast ternities whose houses have been only, hour periods beginning Thursday.
soon as possible.; partially filled during the first se- Jan. 20, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Students
Jeanntette Perry, mnester, the request be granted sub- wishing to enrol] for this course I
Assistant Dean of Women. ,sect to the following conditions: I should leave names in Office 15,;
- ~~~1. That proper notice of intention Ba u ynsuo tteofc
Noti toMenStudnts Allment~o move be given to the Office of the of the local chapter of the American
Noti toMen tudnts:AllmenDean of Students in writing by the Red Cross.
students, living in approved room- frsmnaWeatoemnhteoenucmD.nts. for further an-
ming osso haveen ayhugtfthe beginning of the second semester;
moigt dfeetquarters for the 2. That the freshman be scholas- -ditn h aditneut
second semester should give notice iItcally eligible for initiation; Bamntn Tebdmnoncun,'

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1 1::0o--Lighto n Noble Orch.
k3;00 ]lDance NMus"ic.

EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS

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1'M.
t;:00- Diiy In Pe\'eW.
(115 V;1( I inder,
6 :30--li'-c1 Awlhil c.
6:45-- bowl 1 Tuh1nas:
7:00- 17ny% Ac(!;.
7:15Mr- Keen.
7: 30- Green H1ornet.
8:00--11g811John-,on.
8:30--March of Timne.
9 00---'o1ncel1;i~n-u
9:30---American Tovn Meetinlg.
10:00 -Larry Funk Orek.
10 :30---Jamboree.
11:00-J'ohn McKay.
11:30 Jinniy Grier.
12 :00---Lowry Clark.
12 :30--CGarwood Van Orch.
P.M.
6:15NewsandSports.
6 :30-Waltfv T111e.
E-45 -leasant, Valley Frolic.
-00---sport seas 1.
7.30--1lnited Press Bulletins.
745--Sammny Kaye Orch,
8:00-Cherni:avsky Orch.
8:30--Happy Hal's Housewarnilug.
9: 00--K::- Kyser Orchi.
9 :301-Sinfollietta.
10:00=-Dance RhylUmils.
10310---Henry Weber Musc..
11 :00--Canwdlan Club Reporter.
11:15--"Theatre Digest"
11:45--Arty Kassel Orch.
12 :00-lBenny O'oodman Oreb_
12:30--Shop Fields Orch.

winR
P.M.
6:00-- Ste censon Sports.
6:15-Co<medy ,Stars.
G6:30---Melody anud Rhythim.
z 6:45-- M~oderrn Miracles.
700--Poet ic Melodies.
7:30--Gabriel Heatter.
11:00--Kate Smit.
11:00-Major Bowes.
1(0:00--M1usical.
10:30-The Mummers.
11:00-Headline News.
Il '15--C'b Calloway Olrel.

WWJ
1'1:.
6:00) 'yM i Doirt.
(:15-.,Roger mand Frank.
6 :34-13radcast.
6:45 -Musical Moments;.
7:00-Amhos 'n1' Andy.
7:15-"House Party."
7:45--Sport Review.
8:00-Rudty Valiec.
9:00--"Good New s o1 1P38 "
10:40---Kraft MNusic FHall.
f 11:00-Newscast.
{4 11:10--Webster Hall Orch.
11.:30--Dance Music.
12:00--Dance Music,
Read The Daily Classifeds

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Robert L. Williams,
Assistant Registrar.
RIegstration Material: College of
Architectutre. Students should call for
second1 semester. material at _Room 4f
University Hall at" once. The College
of,. Architecture will .post. an an-
noiuncement in the near future giving
time of conferences with your classi-
fier. Please wait for this notice be-
fore seeing your.. classifier.
Robert L. W il liarni s,
Assistant Registrar.
Registration Material: School, of
Forestry and- Conservation, Regis,.

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writing t~o the L:Mean of t udcents be.-
fore 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
Jan. 15, 1938. Permission to move
will be given only to students con-
Di eetor

3. That the freshman present to the
Dean of Students written permission
from his parent or guardian to live
in his fraternity house;
f4. That except in extraordinary
circumstances where, in the opinion
of the Dean of Students, conditions
warrant exception being made, per-
mnission shall not be given for freshi-
men residence in any fraternity ex-
cept:
a.) to .fill room vacancies existing
during the fir'st semester, oi' caused
by first semester occupants leaving
the University in February, and
b.) where the scholastic average of
the fraternity for the year 1936=37
was at least as high as the all-men
average for the same year.
It was voted that the Interfrater-
nity Council be notified that in the
future no exceptions would be made
to the University r'ule providing that
fr'eshmen shall not live in fraternity
houses.

linharbour: yiinaiuiiiare no11w oiwil:1
Monday, Tuesday and Friday eveni-
ings for any men and women students
wishing to play. Hours 7:30 to 9:;30.1j
Players must furnish own birds buit!"
rackets can be rented at the gymna-,
sium.
A medical recheck for 193 7-38 is
essential for playing.
Academic lVotices
English 259, Seminar in Tudor and
Stuart Drama, will hold next meetinug
Saturday morning, Jan. 15, 9-11, in
2016 Angell Hall. J. L. Davis.
Ilistory 12: Students now in is-
tory 11 will be allowed to continue in
the same sections in History 12 during
the second semester, if they wish to do
so. An opportunity will be given in
the quiz sections before the close of'
the semester to make a reservation.
Students are urged not to reserve al
place in their first-semester section
unless they have reason to believe
that they will register in that section
(Contilned. on. Page 4)}

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218 South State - - Phone 9392
Next to Goldman's - -
25c
Magnesia
TOOTHPASTE

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FACIAL TISSUES
33c

Ii SPECIAIAZED) BUSINESS TRAINING opens the doors
to ofice ositions.t
1i In the pressure of business, there is no time to train new
employes on the job. They must be ready to handle specific
duties efficiently, right from the start.
j Intensive business training, plus the recornnmendation of
,I our Eimploymnent Department, has helped hundreds of
H~a-nilton graduates to "get in" to business positions.
Resolve now to make the most of your time in 1938.
New students may enroll any Moonday. Ask for free
Bulletin.
Colilege-Grade' Student Body. Experienced Teachers, Spa-
I cious Classrooms. Practical, Intensive Courses- Secretar-
I il,.ccontingBusinesAmnstraion.
E H 3 "o L W am s at Stat e h n N . 7 3

50c
TEK TOH RUSH
2 for 51c
ANN ARBOR'S BUSIEST
LITTLE DRUG STORE

begins Monday, January 17 at Ann Application, Forms for application to
Arbor High School. Commercial, membership in tihe new Cooperative
Language, Hobby and general House to be established on campus
courses" offered. Registration fee. next semester are now available at
For further information call 5797. Dean Olmnstead's office, Room 4, U.H.
260 1 All campus men desirous of living in
m :ARSHA LL Cut-Rate Drug
231 SOUTH STATE -, Phone 9242 --- 8 Doors North of Kresge's
PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY
200 $1.10 RAY-D IRRADIATED
200 EAST TABLETS
Cleansing Tissues 200 Six-grain at
9C 79c
TAt MPAX - 33c KOTEX - 20c KLEENEX -- 13c
WATCH FOR TOMORROW'S "DOUBLE SAVING"

Big Added
Bill, too!

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'NA murder a day keeps marriage away,
says Pat, Brt poor disappointed Joan ...
always a bloodhound, never a bride!

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