100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

July 20, 1926 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1926

THE SUIMMER MICHIUAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

__ - -_ __-' _ a.wvav aaaatirJaJ
._ _ _ 1 r

A

Supplementary Directory List

Wisconsin Launches Vigorous
Drive On Student Cheating,

t ommww

I

Following is a
telephone numbers

list containing the names, addresses, home towns and
of all those students who enrolled in the University of

MUSIC
For All Occasions

PINS0
MICHIGAN IN
IFOUNTAIN PE NS
ALARM CLOCKSk

Michigan Summer session after the regular Summer. Directory was com-
piled.
Maynard, Stuart B., E 604 E. Madison Detroit 21717
Meader, Robert Paul 519 Lawrence Richland
Meader, Ralph G. Grad Biol. Sta. Richland
Mentzien, Charlotte C., Ed Buffalo, N. Y.
Meier, Alexina Grad Muskegon
Melnick, Perry J. Med 627 S. Division Chicago 6723
Mershon, Mrs. Nellie Ed 413 Thompson Gabill, Ind. 8734
Metz, Elizabeth 608 Monroe Ohio City, Ohio
Metz, Robert Trinidad, Coo.
Miller, Dorothea Ed 1503 Washitenaw Allentown, Penn. 9617
Milspaw, Berdena Grad Biol. Sta. Cherry Creek, N. Y.
Mitchell, Miriam C. 509 Jefferson Ann Arbor 22418
Morisky, Bertha A. Ed 922,S. State Sioux City, Iowa 4724
Ikdm Narcys Grad Biol. Sta. Allen town, Penn.
Norris, Nonna A. Grad Detroit
Norton, Ruth G 909 E. University Detroit
Pearson, Kydua N, Ed 709 N. Thayer Muskegon 7447
Pierce, Emory Ed Saulte Ste. Marie
Perkins, Esther Grad 1020 S. University Manistee 593E
Ptersdorff, Ottomar Eng 2107 Washitenaw Bangor 8117
Phelps, Clarence L. Ed 432 Thompson Ishpeming 21243
Piszezek, Casimir Grad Biol. Sta. Milwaukee, Wis.
Phillip, Milton Grad 1121 Chi~rcb Wilkinsburg, Penn.
Felix, R. Grad Biol. Sta. Milwaukee, Wis.
Newton, Anna Grad 1018 E. University Toledo 21445
Pollock, Donald 3334 Jefferson Yale 6764
Poncher. Henry Med 718 Arbor Ann Arbor 21238
Nikander, Ellen A. Ed 816 Hill Hancock 4918
Oakes, Mary Rose Washtenaw Apts Detroit 4319
Olson, Edith Ed 328 E. Williams Ashtabula, Ohio 21069
O'Rourke, Sister Mary G. 326 N. Ingalls. Ann Arbor '1833
Polaski, Harry 722 Arbor Erie, Penn 7389
Poncher, Henry Med 718 Arbor Ann Arbor 21238
Porter, Cedric Biol. Sta. Wooster, Ohio
Post, Albert Eng 615 Monroe 22110
Power, Eugene 1351 Washtenaw Traverse City 3818
Pringle, May Grad Betsy Barbour Detroit
Prahil, Lydia 13328 Washtenaw Connesut, Ohio 8327
Ramireq, Conrado 224 Twelfth St. Mayaquez, Porto RiRco
Reichard, Herman 720 Haven Aguadilla, Porto Rico
Raj, Mrs. V. Eng. 3337 Thompson India 6292
Rice, Lucille A. Grad Biol. Sta. Richmond, Ky.
Roberts, Andrew Eng. 1043 Baldwin Hollywood, Cal. 8917
Richards, Sherman T. Ed 1213 Prospect Howell, Mich. 9530
Robinore, Joseph Grad Biol. Sta. Battle Creek
Romig, Lee V. Grad 505 Sauer Ct. Ann Arbor 21630
Rouff, Elliott 1325 Washtenaw Detroit
Royer, Nellie Biol. Sta. Detroit
Sauer, Laura Ed 1518 Granger Av. Ann Arbor 3224
Schiefer, Herbert Grad 3312 Ra'vena Blvd. Ann Arbor
Schenberger, Edward Biol. Sta. Ann Arbor
Schmalz, Esther Grad 1706 Packard Ann Arbor
Schneider, Mary E. Grad 1409 Granger Beloit, Wis. 4331
Sharp, Aaron Biol. Sta. East Liberty, Ohio
Schneidewind, Richard Grad 110 N. Th'ayer Ann- Arbor
Schroeder, Paul Grad 511 Hill Ann Arbor 5546
Sider, Helen Biol. Sta. Detroit
Scott, Frederica Grad 338 E. Jefferson Albany, N. Y. 5879
Shaw, Eva E. Ed Helen Newberry Canyon, Texas 3301
Sigler, Dorothy Ed Biol Sta. Chic ago.
Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

Vigorous campaigns against dishon-
,esty in examinations and in class room
work and more drastic penalties for
violations of the code were decided
upon recently by the faculty of the
University of Wisconsin upon the
adoption of a report of a committee of
faculty and students appointed to
make a study of the problem.
Suspension for a semester or expul-
sion from the University is one of thej
committee's recommendations. Form-
erly the penalty has been the assess-
ing of extra credits and probation.,
An introduction of the honor system
and a campaign to alter student senti-
ment a~re also advised as a cure.
RA'E_
: THE LITTLE THIFATRPWFKE WiEI
YOU FIJI. ATf HOME,
r ri
"The Talkers "-
Thursday{
*REGINALD DENNY in r-
"Oh! Doctor""-
URAAE,

C'hanges in the make-up of the fac-
ulty discipline committee so as to in-
clude two students was also recom-
mended. The cooperation of an ex-
pert in mental hygiene connected with
the department of neuro-psychiatry to
aid the discipline committee in cases
of mal-adjustmnent was strongly urged.1
"Dishonesty in various forms of uni-I
(Continued on Page Four)
Mu r~gnrct'ui
Orevl
Scientifically selected and
prepared foods
Special Sunday E+veninig lunch
.5 to II
Opru every Night exc1ept Monday
~and TuesdIay
600 K. Liberty Phone 9215

J j;I

HALLER'S
STATE STREET
JEWELERS

S. P. Clayton

Phone 4764

W

®r

ift

Woo rrrrrri

CO.1

mmmmmwmw

wamonswommmmm
wmNWMwm#Wm.

r. r.
r.r

r. - U.
r I -

The most
refreshing
news on this
page

T? - "
I
4/

--a rich ripened blend of
real Jamaica Ginger and
pure fruit juices -- is a

better acquainted
with the best
things ofhlfe N2
14
4",# 4 '%

1

beverage that mixes well.
under all conditions.
"When good fellows get
together"' enjoy one of
these delightful comrbi-%
nations -(i
Ginger Tea Shandy Gaffd ii
Ice Tea aind A-B Budweiser andti11
Ginger .Ale, rxalf Ginger Alo. half
anzd he"U. and half.
Horse's Neck
made by adding
lemon rind and 1
craclited ice to
A-8 Ginger Ale.
ANHEUSER-BUSCH
ST. LOUIS

I%

Utt
SamprI

mmoidL-
;4;-.Z

G-20

:77- 11

ce-l-A

w

J yyt ' rr.

The
Care
Clildre
Teeth

ren WRIGLEY' after
et them get its daly
breath, appetite and

N

A 4,
ir
, **x

. w
,

a w

It .I

Give the childr
every meal. Le
benefit to teeth,
TL..w

tI
Thi
wi'
thf
ink
ue
cal
kir
sty
be+
the
op
$19.75 to $29.75
DRESSES
at $16,75

F'ummer
Frocks
Greatly Reduced
1e day of Sensations is still
th us. You will recognize
at fact immediately upon see-
g these wondrous Dress val-
s. Torrid days such as these
ill for the coolest, freshest
nd of Frocks. You'll find
ese crisp and delightful. The
yle variety will intrigue you
cause there are so many of
.m. Come and rejoice in this
portunity.
$39.75 to $45.00
DRESSES
at $ 29.7 5

Erase
Washday
From
Your Calendar
It is So easy
To take care of all
your laundry in
a few. minutes
Call the Varsity Laundry.
They Will Do the Rest.
Phone 4219
Liberty at Fifth

111

I

(UgesMuo. i ney . wenrs U9 W ineE
WRIGLEY'S is the sweet that's good
for them.
Happy children--healthy tisedL

I

Appetite and dieton,
aided by,

bor a

STREET FROCK~
EVENING

r5

DRESS FROCKS

AFTERNOON FROCKS
FROCKS DINNER FROCKS
FROCKS FOR EVERY SPORT

I

I

ifa~o4p~

-Shop of
.Pleis©tnal aermuae

i I

I

'; ti

i

U 'i

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan