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FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1926'
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.
Cheatum, Elmer P. Grad. Biol. Sta. Langdon, Kans.
Cheatum, Mrs. Elmer P. BioL Sta. Dallas, Tex.
Churchill, Harold E. 517 Pearl St., Ypsilanti Vandalia, Mich. 870-W.
Clark, Winnifred L. Grad. 523 E. Madison Port Austin, Mich. 6126
Claucherty, Elizabeth R. 912 E. Washington
Coburn, Helen R. Grad. Biol. Sta. Scottville, Mich.
Cochran, Charlotte A. Grad. Biol. Sta. Detroit, Mich.
Comius, Alice B. 332 E. William Springfield, Mass.
Conger, Ralph G. Ed. 504 S. 4th Grand Rapids, Mich. 9322
Conlon, Thomas L. 1315 Hill Detroit, Mich. 21417
Conover, Grace R. Detroit, Mich.
Considine, Brigatie. E. 516 E. Madison Detroit, Mich. 9317l
Cook, Charles R. 14443 Washtenaw Miami, Fla.
Cooke, Francis M. Grad. 228 S. Thayer Owosso, Mich. 3254
Corneal, John W. Jr. Grad 520 Detroit Ann Arbor 6026{
Cornell, Eva L. Grad. 1011 Church Ann Arbor 5792 '
Coverdale, Rhea E. Ed. Betsy Barbour Cheboygan, Mich, 21716
Covitz, Lawrence 1100 Hill Flint, Mich. 8417
Creaser, Edwin P. Biol. Sta. Alma, Mich.
Crosby, Alice A. Biol. Sta. Syracuse, N. Y.
Crosby, Normal Cyril 652 N. Fourth Ann Arbor 5806
Darst, Harvey T. Grad. 708 Church Ft. Recovery, Ohio 3644
Dean, Doris L. Biol. Sta. Detroit, Michigan
DeHaan, John M. Lansing, Mich.
Demaray, Calvin D. Grad 1204 E. Washington Adrian, Mich. 61335
Dibler, Belle M. Biol. Sta. Turtle Creek, Pa,
Dodge, Wesley Joseph 1212 Hill St. Buffalo, N. Y. 4841
Drake, Ernest B. Grad 604 E. Madison Detroit, Mich. 21717}
Duncanson, Alexander J. 332 E. Williamson East Jordan, Mich. 9587
Dustheime, Oscar L. Grad Detroit Observatory Berea, Ohio
Dotter, Albert D. Grad. 316 Thompson White Haven, Pa. 4547
Dotter, Lulu B. 316 Thompson Remsen, N. Y. 4547
Ecker, Carl B. 839 Oakland Toledo, Ohio 7530
Eggleton, Frank E. Grad Biol. Sta. Ann Arbor
Eibler, Herbert F. Ed. 314 W. Liberty Ann Arbor, Mich. 5309
Elliott, Joseph R. Ed. 144 Hill St. Okmulgee, Okla. 9582
Eisenberg, Benjamin Chicago, Ill.
Farnsworth, Urban J. 123 W. Washington Newark, N. Y. 6911

THE SUMMER MICHIUAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

FASCISTI PAPERS TO
BE REDUCED IN SIZE
(By Associated Press)
ROME,July 1.-Revolutionary trans-
formation of all Italian newspapers,
whereby nothing but the barest facts
of domestic happenings, and virtually
no foreign news may be printed, is the
goal of a new Fascist economic plan
which the cabinet has ordered. Re-
ducing all newspapers to not more
than six pages is the first step. In
addition to the elimination details,
foreign correspondence, sporting, art
and literary news, and accounts of
court cases, particularly crime will be
gradually dropped. The semi-official
tribunal says "We will have dry news-
papers, restricted to the most essen-
tial comment."
Impero sees the cut in size of news-
papers as the work of a genius, de-
claring that daily journalism has be-
come a scandalous waste of paper.
The press says that Fascism de-
sires faithfulness to fundamental cen-
tral ideas and brief, succinct basic
consideration. Signor Purati, secre-
tary general of the Fascist party, said
in a course of an interview that out-
side the large cities each province
cannot have more than one newspaper.
Personal journalism, Purati declared,
is doomed, and he asserted that Fas-
cism is determined to bring out the
educational and moral aspect of the
press.
Ship Board Votes
To Enlarge Fleet
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, July 1.-After as-
surance had been given it that increas-
ed transportation facilities would be
an important element in getting grain
prices for farmers, the shipping board
unanimously voted to add 59 vessels
to its fleet to aid in the grain move-
ment now and anticipated this fall.
When the 59 are commissioned, cargo
space totaling 519,200 tons will be
available. Tentative plans of the board
are to put the ships into service lines
operating mainly out of the Gulf
ports, Galveston, New Orleans, Mobile,
Port Arthur, and others.
OTTAWA, Ont., June '30. - Arthur
Meighan was sworn in as prime min-
ister of Canada yesterday.

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Earthquake Hits I
Southeast Europe
(By Associated Press)
LONDON, July 1.-The great earth-
quake Saturday which embraced Italy
and most of the country bordering on
the eastern Mediterranean, was much
more widespread than first reports in-
dicated. It extended as far as the
East Indies, heavy shocks being ex-
perienced at Singapore and Central
Sumatra.
Thus far the reports do not indicate
any serious casualty. Vague and con-
flicting rumors were heard in Athens,
but as the day advanced, reassuring
reports arrived, showing that Crete,
which appears to have been the center

of the disturbances, nobody was killed
and only a few injured.
Advices received from Rhodes.
which is under Italian sovereignty, in-
dicate that it suffered very heavy
shocks, numerous villages being part-
ly wrecked, and thousands of small
houses being razed.
The earthquake affected the whole
district around Cyprus as far as the
Ionian Sea. The Crete government is!
making every effort to help the suf-
ferers and protect the antiquities in
Crete.
Pond and Pond's blue-prints of the
Women's league building which were
shown at the mass meeting, held June
29, are now on display at the Women's
league desk at Barbour gymnasium.

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