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THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN 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.
Adams, David E, Ed. 1824 Geddes Lawrenceburg, Ky. 4618
Adcock, Florence G, Grad. Biol. Sta. Galesburg, Ill.
Alolph, Fred D, Ed. 509 Madison St. Clair, Mich.
Albig, John Win., Grad. 116 N. State McKeesport, Pa.
Allen, Anne E., Grad. Biol. Sta. Detroit, Michigan.

Classified Ads LOin
SLOST-Lady'swhite felt hat in Pitts-
WANTED burgh hat box. Reward. Box 107.
WANTED-Law student for ])osition12-213
in title and trust business. Address
603 Industrial Bank Building, Flint
Michigan. tf. W1ATERMAN GYM OPEN
WANTED- Young and healthy men Waterman gymnasium will be
weighing 150 pounds or more to act open at all hours of the day for
as blood doners at the University the whole period of the Summer

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We Do Not
Serve
on Monday{

Private
Parties
Served

Apple, Florence L., Ed. 819 E. U. Goshen, Ind. 7139
Bateman, Doris A., Grad. 1236 Washtenaw Philadelphia,
Bersette, Geo., Grad. 509 S. Division Newaygo, Mich.
Bloomfield, Hugh 730 Oakland Saginaw, Mich. 8517
Bolyard, Laura B. 330 Thompson Middleton, Mich
Bokers, Julia 724 E. U. Vandergrift, Pa. 2-1146
Bowers, Harriette W. 724 E. U. Vandergrift, Pa. 2-11
Baker, Gerald V. Phi Delta Theta Toledo, Ohio 6617
Baker, Verna Grad. 1520 S. U. Fond Du Lac, Wis. 2-22
Bauer, Fred B. Ed. 804 Monroe Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 7643

Pa. 2-10171

Hospital. Apply at
Physician's Office.
NOTICE

the House'
7-8-9-10-11-12

session. Any male student may
use the gymnasium and the
lockers are availabe now for any
who desire them. Over 200 of
the lockers are already taken.
Patronize Maily Advertisers.-Adv.

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Bay, Carroll R. Grad 604 E. Madison Calumet, Mich. 1717
Berkhaut, Peter C. Grad Biol. Sta. Grand Rapids, Mich.
Bolano, Amando B. Grad 426 Maynard
Boville, Ora E. Ed. Betsy Barbour Detroit, Mich. 6816
Bow, Warren Edw. Grad 1005 Lincoln Detroit, Mich. 6381
Breakey, Edward P. Grad Biol. Sta. Lawrence, Kan.
Bowman, Ethel Grad. 517 E. Ann Brown City, Mich. 1314-W.
Brooks, Stanley T. Grad. Biol. Sta. Mound City, Kan.
Brown, Ethel A. Grad 703 Church St. Ann Arbor 9556
Wluchanan, Charles D. Grad. 1145 Forest 9528
Bucklin, Louis L. 1303 Wilmot Ann Arbor 4829
Buhl, Christian H. 555 Packard Detroit, Michigan 9461
Butler, Louisa Betsy Barbour Detroit, Mich. 21616
Byroade, George L. Jr. 613 Oakland Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.
Campbell, Charles A 604 E. Madison Cinn., Ohio 2-1717
Carpenter, Ralph R. Ed Dexter, Mich.
Carrigan, Andrew G. Ed 1009 Church Delton, Mich. 5634
Chaffee, Newton W. Grad 1001 E Huron Saginaw, Mich.
Chapman, Geraldine Grad. Biol. Sta. Blue Ash, Ohio
Chapman, James W. Ed. Detroit, Mich.

FOR THE remainder of summer,
Wahr's Bookstore will close at 5
p. m. 10-11-12
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suite, single room and
double room. For student, teach-
ers, or business people. Very reas-
onable. 425 S. Division. Dial
22352. 10, 11, 12
FOR RENT-One three room and one
four room gurnished flat. Price re-
asonable. 324 E. Jefferson. 12-13-14
FOR RENT-MICROSCOPES. Midh-
igan Biological Supply Co., Corner
William and Second Streets.
11-12-13

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THE HAUNTED TAVERN
417 East Huroi Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.
PIhoie 7781

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FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
101-105 S. MAIN ST.--- ANN ARF OR, MICH, --330 S. STATE

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ROOM WANTEI)
ROOX( WANITED-Radcliffe A. M.,
wants large room with bath or
small apartment. Call 9741. 12-13
Patronize Daily Advertisers.- Adv.

THE MAN WHO CAN SAVE MCNEY IS THE

ONE WHO WILL BE SUCCESSFUL.

THAT'S A

SET JULY 8 AS DATE
FOR G M. I G CAMP
July 8 is the date set for the arrival
of those enrolled this year for the C.
M. T. C. at Camp Custer, situated
near Battle Creek, Mich. They will
be greeted upon their arrival at the
camp by Colonel Raymond Sheldon,
the camp commander, and by Lieut.-
Col. Wade Mills.
Nearly every county in the state
will be represented at Camp Custer
this year. Michigan has enrolled more
men for Camp Custer. Fort Brady,
Fort Sheridan and Camp Sparta this
year than ever before. Wayne county
in particular has shown exceptionally
heavy enrollment; twice as many boys
were enrolled this year than ever be-
fore.
Port Huron and Royal Oak are
among the cities that have more than
filled their allotted quota; the quota
for Fort Brady was filled a month ago
and many turned away.
Among the attractions of the camp
life this year are the trophies in the
form of medals, silver cups, watches,
scholarships and other prizes to be
given to the winners of the various
athletic and track events. Prizes also
go to those who make the best record
for general camp conduct.
Scientists Bore
In Volcano Side
(By Associated Press)
HONOLULU., June 30. - Scientists
who desire to know more about, volca-
noes and especially about the Kilauea
volcano on the island of Hawaii, are
boring a network of holes around the
vast crater.
The holes are being bored with
compressed air drills, and are ten
feet deep. There will be one every
1,000 feet.
Dr. Thomas A. Jaggar, in charge
of the Kilauea volcano observatory,
who is directing the work, expects to
learn something about subterranean
heat in its relation to volcanic activ-
ity.
The holes will be encased around
the top and capped so that temper-
ature tests may be made at any time.
It is thought that a rise in tempera-
ture in the holes may presage an er-
uption and thus serve as a log of the
life of the volcano.
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4th of July'
SPECIALS

For Your
Vacation
or
Outing
TENTS

DRESSES - Of Voile, Broadcloth,
Rayon, and Novelty Silk, all good styles,
long or short sleeves-all sizes, 14 to 46.
Priced at $3.50 and $5.95 1
DRESSES-Of printed Silks, Georg-
ette, Tub Silk, Flat Crepe, and Novelty
Materials, all the latest styles-Values of
$18.00.
Priced at $10.95.
DRESSES-Of the better kind, the
newest styles, all colors and white; ma-
terials of Georgette, Flat Crepe and all
sizes.
Priced at $15.00, $17.95 to $32.50

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All kinds, Wall Tents, Umbrella
quito and Chilrren's Play Tents.
Covers, and

Tents, Mos-
Flies, Auto'

AUTO-TOURO TENTS
GOLD MEDAL CAMP FURNITURE
For Cottage, Porch, Lawn or Touring-Folding Cots, $3.75. Stools
65c, Tables, Air Mattresses, Sleeping Bags, Duffel Bags, Navy Hammocks,
Stoves, Grills, Axes, Luggage Racks, Folding Buckets. Blankets-in fact,
everything for camp or touring.
Our Large Showing of

Camp

Blankets

COATS-For Sport or Dress, many
fur trimmed and all silk lined. Every coat
-reduced to cost and many below cost.
Priced at $10.00, $14.95 to $29.95.
MILLINERY-Straws and Silk and
combinations of both -Small or large
shapes, black, white and colors.
Priced at $1.00, $1.95, $2.95, $5.00

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We invite you
to try our specially
prepared lunches,
to test for yourself
their superiority.
Tuttle's
Lunch Room
338 Maynard St.

Offers you best values in all kinds of Wool Camp and Army Blankets.
Priced from $3.00 up. See our line before you buy.
White Duck and Blue Serge Navy Trousers
Khaki, Linen, Palm Beach and Light Weight Trousers. Breeches and
Knickers for ladies and men. Light weight Shirts in Khaki, Poplin, Broad-
cloth, Flannels, etc., for dress or outing wear. Underwear, all kinds for
your comfort these warm days. Wool Bathing Suits.
High Tops and Hip Rubber Boots for the
Fishing Trip. Shoes, all kinds.
SUEDE JACKETS AND BLOUSES
In Leather, Corduroy, Wool Plaids, etc.
Surplus Supplies Store

11

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323 SOUTH MAIN ST.

Downtown in rear of Postoffice

213 North Fourth Ave.

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