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SATU RDAY, JULY 17, 1926

SupplementaryDirectory List
Followxing is a list containing the names, addresses, home towns and
ten. phone numbers of all those students who enrolled in the University of
Michigan Summer session after the regular Summer Directory was, comn-
piled.
Horton, Clark W. X Grad. Biol. Sta.. Sycamore, Ohio.
Houseworth, Manning A. 1317 Ferdon Rd. Elkhart, Ind. 8217
Hough, Helen M. Ed 899 Dewey Ave. Ann Arbor 7240
Ilsial, (hing Yuh Grad. 912 Monroe Peking, China 8741
llowsei', heui-ietta H .222 vWashtenaw Ann Arbor 9332
Iluher, Carl P. Grad. 1330 Hill Ann Arbor 3498
H tckle, Esther Bilol. Sta. Lapeer, Mich.
hlug. Rosa 319 E. Univ. Indiana, Penn. 7139
fl ughes, Richard C, Grad. Biol: Sta. Tecumnseh, Okla.
1-ull, R~oy1B. (Grad. 507 E. Ann Big Cabin, Okla. 6628
full)phries, John I. Grad. Biol. Sta. Windsor, Ont.
Ilutehilis, Mrs. Leata Ed. 520 Thompson Flint 7758
Ii ra nnHarold 82(0 E. Washington Detroit 6374
Ingels, 1 azie Ed.. Helen Newberry Kohkomo, Ind. 3716
Inglis, NWilljim 1025 Baldwin Ann Arbor 7267
Inglis, David F.. 1025 Baldwin Ann Arbor 7267
Jobes, Frank W. Grad Biol, Sta. Arlington, Kans.
Johnson, Arvid 1T. Grad. 207 S. Ingalls Leaf River, Ill. 21726
Johnston. Archibald A. 615 M1N.onroe Wooster, Ohio 22110
J ohnson, C harles R. Grad Clawson, Mich.
Jones, Inez B. GArad 206 S. Thayer Detroit 9841
J tiieoti Marv E. Grad Biol. Sta. Cadillac
Jordan. James 1). Ed. 1609 S. Univ- South Whitney, Ind. 21255
Keilm, Cameron D. Med. 1015 E. Huron Harrisburg, Penn. 7617
Kelliher, Richard T. 325 S. 5th. Chicago 4818
lKelley Alice Grad 211 S. Ingalls Cambridge, Mass. 4689
1Kennediy, Clyde B. 504 Monroe TDetroit
Kerwin, IreuO Jefferson Apts. Bristow, Okla.
King, Ethel N. Grad Biol. Sta. Fostoria
King,RIalphb Grad. Biol. Sta. Battle Creek
Kirkendaill, Airs. Rachel Ed. 214 S. Thayer Highland Park
Kolb1), Anna 61.1 E. 17ni. Clevelandk
Kniper, John Gradl 209 S State Grand Rapids 7782
Eieliauml, IEarl 1331 Hill Cleveland 5517
Krull,-'V-nd,.'11 It. Grad Biol. Sta. Tripoli, Iowa
Kuhick, he!cln1M. Grad. Biol. Sta. Crete, Neb.
Kust er. l' imher C. Grad. fBi. Sta. Ann Arbor
Laipple , Anna Grad. Biol. Sta. Geneva, Iowa
lam, Joseph W. Mod. 906 E. IHuron Flint, Mich. 7137
Lashunit, Floyd 1 . Me d. 907 Willow Ave. Manchester, Ill. 7892
Lalx arie G. 1106; Oakland Ave. Chicago, Ill.
Laws on, John XV .Me d., 505 No. Division Detroit, Mich. 7088
LyoChar,,- R . Grad 1391 So. Division New Concord. Ohio 8657
LeT I. 1s, Bib V. Grad Biol. Sta. R. 1. Cheboygan Oak Lawn, R. I,
Le , l1izah C. (U Grad IBiol. Sta . Coshocton, Ohio
lc={te . Jamnes 1' 33>4 E. Jefferson North Branch, Mich. 6764
Lemike, %WAlter M. Washtenaw Rood Gen'l Del. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Leonard, Hairrx B3, Grad 621 Forest Ave. Coloma, Mich.
Lewi, KthaineA. 1003 E. University Detroit, Mich.
Lip pin,ot Mary L. Ed. 1004 Olivia Lima, Ohio 3718
Long, 1,lora K 1E(1 1227 Washtenaw Auburn, Maine 4624
Long, :Sadie~ B. Ed,.11227 Wasitenaw Auburn, Maine 4624
MeCrackin, Charles A. Ed. 810 Pearl St., Ypsilanti Ypsilanti
:McGowain. Ed1na N. Ed. 321. No. Thayer Pontiac 21566
McKee, ae Grad fBi. Sta. G3oodland, Ind.
McLeod., Mlar-uerife Ed. 1503 Washtenaw Port Huron 9617
McMe'ahon, lDonald IT. Grad Chelsea
Me, ConC. Grad 1015 E. Huron C"ass City 7617
tl,i W~lfer L., Jr. Law 510 E. Jefferson Hollywood, Cal. 4785
:a imouski, L.ee P. Ed. 8218

THE SUMMER MICHIUAN DAILY
Mark, Erle E. Ed 202 So. Thayer South Bend, Ind. 9741
Martin, Charles H. Biol. Sta. Solomon, Kans.
Marsh, Clyde B. Grad. 1207 So. State New Haven 3070
.Michigan Alumnae Have Preference
For Teaching, Says Miss Herdman
"Ann Arbor, where commerce and j $1,450,000 or very nearly a million and
education meet" is the heralded slogan a half dollars. Over half of this
of this city. The city officials and amount is money spent by students
citizens wisely value the location of a ;during their residence in the city.
large educational institution withinAntelag iem sth aous
the limits of the municipality. The Aohrlreiemiih mut
exact economic estimation of the value 1 spent from the payrolls of the Normal
of the University of Michigan to the such as faculty and other employees.
city of Ann Arbor can not easily be
accurately quoted but the figure
would run into millions of dollars an- "D~el Prete . Colies;iaite Ohop"
nually. ______________
Recently Floyd W. Moore of the de-
partment of economics of Western
StiationrofltheKalueazofoheNmala
estiatiormafltheKalmazooheNmaanS.
consisting of more than 2,000 students,
Jto the city. The estimate was strictly
economic, no attempt being made to
enter any intangible items such as in-ad
fluence of students upon communitys
life or the importance of the higher
education received by those that could f
attend the Normal because it was in;
thei edcatin. o ~ oat
their home town who could not have oo t
afforded to leave the city to further
theanualonomcaueoIW, o
!e Satenomal e toomthevcity of WKsla-o
nmazoo was placed at a little less than
U A RI K Nghts -25C to $1.50
v Mats. Wed.-Sat.
S$CONI) AND FINAL WEEFKjQ f
THE GARRICK COMPANY
PRESEN rS
The Riot of Fun and Laughter
"The Family Upstairs"
[First Time fu Detroit!1
We miust make room for the in-
ITY PEW R I T IN G 1 coring Fall stock. In doings eaeslig ite nmn
PROMPTL.Y AND NRAT.Y DNEcases less than wholesale cost.
( 7 NikelsColors including light grays, tan,
tl Arcde ibties, andl to add spice to the
Arcad. variety, two large shipments of
11 he Typewriter and Stationer y Store brownt suits, the most p~opular~
shade for Fall.
____________________________________________ <inickeip Fla nneli Trousers and~

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CHURCH
Herbert A. Jump, Minister
E. Knox Mitchell, Jr.
UnIversity Pastor
10:45 Service of Worship, Dr.
John W. Niven, of London,
England, will preach.
5:30 Student Supper and Dis-
cussion Hour. Dean Kraus
of the Summer School will
speak on "Social and Edu-
cational Changes in Ger-
many."+
8:00 Motion Picture Service.
Rin Tin Tin in "Below the
Line."
Catholic Students'
Chapel
W1illiam anid Thompson
Sunday Masses
8:30 o'clock
Rev. Michael P. Bourke
Cha plain

FIRST MIETHODIST CHURCH
State and Washington Streets
REV. ARTHUJR W. STALK{ER, Pastor
DONALD TIMM ERMAN, MARGARET H. STAIR
Associate D~irectors of Student Activities

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Huironi st.,East
It. Edward Sayles, Minister
St udent Mini1ster

9:45l
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A. M. Morning wor~ship.

10:30-Col. Alexander M. Damon, Chief Secretary of the Salvation
Army for the Central Region, will speak.
12:00-12:45-Student Class at Wesley Hall. H. C. Coffman, leader.
Summer School students especially invited.
0:00--Wesleyan Guild meeting at Wesley Hall, Mildred Drescher,
of India, leader.
7:00-{open house.

"Fruits 'Not .Roots")
Sermon by
It. Edward Sayles, :Minister
12:0o041I. Bible Class for stud-
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SEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY
8:00 A. M. Holy Communion.
11:00 A. M. Morning Prayer and Sermon by the Reverend Philip L.
Schenk.
4:04) P. M. Open House at Harris Hall. Tea will be served.

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Huron and Division Streets
MERLE HI. AKNJERSOIN, Minister
LEWIS C. REIMAWN MRS. NELLIE B. CAD WELL.
Secretaries for Student Work
Offices, Lane Hall
9:30 Church School.
10:45 Morning Worship with sermon by the Rev. George W. Shelton,
D.D., of the Second Church, Pittsburgh, Pa.
5:30 Young People's Social Hour.
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409d South Division St.
10:130 A. Al.- Regiilar morning service. Subject : "Life."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school following the n orning service.
7:45 P. M.--Wednesday evening testimonial meeting.
The Reading room, 10 and 11 State Savings Bank building, is open
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