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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIUAN DAILY

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SupplementaryDirectory .List
Following is a list containing the names, addresses, home towns and
telephone numbers of all those students who enrolled in the University of
Michigan Summer session after the regular Summer Directory was com-
piled.

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Webb, James J. Ypsilanti, Mich.
Weatherman, Ray T. Plymouth, Mich.
Wells, Ruth E. 1503 Washtenaw Saratoga. Springs, IN. Y. 9617
Werth, C. Arline Tonawande, N. Y.
Whittemore, Victor I Grad 1209 Guides East Lansing, Mich. 5655

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Silney, J. K. Gwyi
Sinden, Wilfred A
Smith, Lillian B.
Smith,.Diary E. D.
Smith, Malcolm M.
Sorenson, Mildred
Sowers, Bouton F.
Sprague, Julia A.
Streuler, Alma L.
Stewart. Harriet.
Stone, Isabelle 1L.
Stoven, Howard F.
Stout, Alice S. Ed.

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Biol. Sta. Dallas, Texas

4. 507 Walnut 'Chesterland, Ohio
Biol. Stua. Detroit, Miclh.
1204 Hill St. Jackson, Mich 7117
1.Biol. Sta. Petoskey, Mch.
[C. S. Detroit. Mich.
548 So. State Blenton Harbor, Mich. 6417
Grad 125 Summit. St. Muskegon Heights, Mich.
825 Tappan Rd. Millvale, Pa. 3193
603 Monroe St. Clarkston, Mich. 9266
1006 Lincoln Ave. Ann Arbor 8382
E and A. 1811 Washtenaw Detroit 2-1817
219 So. Thayer Detroit, Mich. 8035

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Stout, Grover C. Ed. 219 So. Thayer Detroit, Mich. 8035
Strachan, Emily Grad Toledo. Ohio
Stricler, Harold E. 1003 E. Huron Bacyrus, Ohio 6464
Stringer, Cornelia T., Ed. 1503 Washtenawv Rayland, Ohio 9617
Snedeker, Bernard C. 346 E. Kingsley Adrian, Mich. 5250
Teed, Reed W. Med. 508 Walnut St. Sayre, Pa. 8958
Tsao, Siu Gan Box 314 P. 0. Changsha, China
Tirnermni. Donald Grad 539 'Thompson Ann Arbor 6648
"Turner, Arthur R. Med 216 So. Ingalls Ann Arbor 5030
Terwilliger, Win. G. 1015 E. Huron Highland, N. Y. 7617
Thorp. Donald J1. Med 724 Miller Ave. Ann Arbor 9705
Van Kleeck, Dudley N. 1015 E. Huron Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 7617
Van H-aitsma, John P. Grad Biol. Sta. Grand Rapids. Mich.
Van Fleet, Esther L. Ed 910 W. Washington Grand Rapids, Mich.
Veeder, Martha A. Grad
Vergeer. Tong Grad. Biol. Sta. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Varner, Guy F. Grad 7419 E. TUniversity Bushness, 1ll. 7901

Vernon. Dorothy E. Biol. Sta. Whitney, Indiana
Vokes, Margaret R. Biol. Sta. Detroit, Mich.
Von Pustan, TNargarette 545 So 5th Ave. Jackson, Mich. 2-1471
Wagner, Albert P. 1351 Waghtenaw Lockport, Ill., 3818
Wang. Ah Hon Law 720 Arhor Ho, Hawaii
Wang, Chao-Vii 203 So. Thayer Moukden, China
Warnock. Ernest H. Grad 708 Church, St. Portland, Ind. 3644
Warthwan, LeRoy F. Ed. 104 Fletcher Hall Salt Lake City, Utah
Waters. Charles W. Grad 1236 Prospect Oketo, Kansas
Watson, Helen F. Grad Biol. Sta. Northfield, Minn.

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323 SOUTiH MAIN ST.
$00 FRIDAY & SATURDAY __0
°Days NDays
SKIRTS--of wool, silk and silk and wool; all colors
and sizes. $1.00
DRESSES-of silk, crepe, tissue gin~gham and ging-
ham; wonderful values , $1.00
SWEATERS-of wool and silk, long or short sleeves
$5.00 value . . $1.00
HOSIERY-all colors; makes of Prep Girl and Mo-
hawk silk hose . . $1.00
BLOUSES-of silk and Dimity, all sizes. While they
last . . . . 2 for $1.00
COATS-.-10 coats to choose from at . . $5.00
DRESSES-beautiful silk dresses of tub silk, crepe,
printed silk; all colors and sizes $10.00

you .4 things
yourfirst shave will show
1. Williams instantly gives a BIGGER lather
with either hot or cold water. 2. Williams
cannot dry on the face. 3. Williams so softens
the beard that blades actually last longer!
4. Williams leaves the skin soothed and cool.
Try it! Large-size tube 35c; cloubh!-size tube
50c, containing twice as much cream.
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Weber, Louis R. Grad 940 Greenwood St. Joseph, Mo.
Weburg, Wallace C. 215 No. State South Haven, Mich

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you are in your
favorite store and
then you'll know
why ecphonemes
were invented.
Conklin Endura, at $5
and $7, in red, black,
mahogany; long or
short; clip or ring cats,
A wide variety of
other Conklin pens
and pencils, in rubber
and all metals-
priced as low as $1.00
for pencils and $2.50
for pens. Conklin
quality in every one.

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Another Cut
in Summer FrocksI
at $.95 alue to 16.7
at $1.95 values to $26-5
at $18 values to $35
In the midst of the hot season, such frocks as these
have a distinctive appeal for every woman. These
three groups of smart summer frocks include figured
crepes, tub silks in plain colors and stripes, georgette
and crepe de chine frocks in white and many lovely
summer shades. The style details are the most
fashionable and the prices are the lowest of the
season,
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milli ons
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Nothing vague in such a
reason, nothing indefinite,.
Lucky Strike is the .only cigar
ette with a definite reason for
its superior flavor.

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