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SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1926
SupplementaryDirectory List
Following is a list containing the names, addresses, home towns and
telephone numbers of all those students wh'o enrolled in the University of
Michigan Summer session after tihe regular Summer Directory was com-
piled.
Farmer, John A. Ed. Saginaw, Mich.
Fernald, Harold T. Ed. 1023 Oakland Laconia, N. H. 5917
Fernald, Langdon Ed 1023 Oakland Laconia, N. H. 5917
Finster, Ethel B. Grad. Biol. Sta.
Foster, Marion B. 1004 Olivia Boston, Mass. 3718
Fiske, James E. Grad. Ypsilanti Ypsilanti, Mich.
Futz, Everett L. Ed. S. Division Saginaw 4442
Fuhrman, Bessie B. 7t10 Haven St. Decatur, Mich 5663
Fleishman, Norman A. 1325 Viashtenaw Highland Park, Mich.
Gabriel, Miriam B. Grad. 417 S. Division Detroit, Mich.
Grant, Gertrude M. Biol. Sta. D~etroit, Mich.
Gembis, Joe G. 304 E. Madison Viksburg, Mich. 5977
Gillham, Esther A. Grad 1414 Washtenaw Toledo, Ohio 3218
Goodhew, Lily E. 316 S. Observatory Ann Arbor 3503
Gordon, Luria E. 433 Maynard Armstrong Mills, Ohio
Gorham, W. C. Grad. Biol. Sta. New York City
Gunderson, Oscar M. 915 Sybil St. Eagle Grove, Iowa 9023
Hadly, Helen A. Grad 1236 Washtenawv Philadelphia, Pa. 2-1071
Haekstra, Raymond Grad. 209 S. State Midland Park, N. J. 7782
Haflin, Arnold P. Grad 733 E. U. Saginaw, Mich. 9235
Hall, Lucille J. Grad Biol. Sta. Wichita, Kan.
Haley, Earl D. 1408 Washtenaw Madison, Wis.
Hamilton, Eva M. 202 Glen Ave Detroit, Mich. 5560

THE SUMMER MICHIUAN DAILY

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SUSPEND PUBLICATION
Because of the U'niversity holi-
day on Monday, July 5, The Daily
will suspend publication on thatf
slay. Publication will be resum-
ed in the issue of July 7.
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Twaist, Adolph B. 1001 F. Huron Saginaw, Mich. 7798I
,Harper, Frederich R. Grad. 300 N. Ingalls Helena, Mont. 7417

Hasely, Ruth J. Grad. Biol. Sta. Indianapolis, Ind. __________
Herbst, Mary L. Grad. 1302 Washtenaw Terrace Ann Arbor 4454 An effective remedy for ridding
Herrman, Anna M. K. 2008 Washtenaw Mt. Vernou, N. Y. 9774 poiultry~ of tapeworms has been an-
Hetherington, Hugh Wnm. Grad, 1012 Forest Ave Deniver Colo. nounced by Doctors Beecher and War-
Hochhalter, Ferdinand Grad Eureka, So. Dakota ren of the department of veterinary}
Hiltner, Waynes Law - 700 Oxford Canton, Ohio science at the University of Wiscon-
Hinsey, Edith C. 516 E. Madison Ottumwa, Iowa 4326 sin.
Homne, Dora R. 1520 S. U. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hogan, David Lee 730 Oakland Ave. Linden, Mich. ~~u~ See It Before
A_ RR IRIC cNew York j
W~omen 11l -old' stale-wide citizenship school to be con- NIGH{TS =ct 1r
ducted in Michigan, the first having MASnWedadngtuR oll- 2-o eter
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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH .Abrt~Epfirtpat TIiurdl
Stat an 1~ahintou tret- ~Division and Catherine Streets
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, Pastor
"DONALD TI'MERMAN, MARGAARET H. STIAIR I FTIF~i1h SUNDAY AF'TER TRINITY
Associate Directors of Student Activities
F
10 :30 -- Pastor's subjects: "Christian Citizenship." 800 A. M.-Holy Communion.
1 ::00-I'1.45-Student Class at Wesley Hall. H. C. Coffmnan and
Donald Timmernman, leaders. Sumnmer School students 11:00 A. M.--Holy Communion and sermon.
especially invited.
6:00--Wesleyan Guild meeting at WVesley Hall. Sherman Richards,
1eader. 4:00 P. M.-Open house at Harris hal.
7:00 --Openi house.f
! FIRST
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CONGI> GATIONAI
Huron St., East UNITARIAN CHURCH ; CHURCH
R. Edward Sayles, Minister I HeerA.Jmiisr
State Street at HuronlE nxMicel r
Stuadnt. CMinierI SIDNEY S. ROBINS, :Mnister University Pastor
Studet MinsterJanet Beroth
" Director Religious Education
10:45- -Morning worship. "Life's 10:45--Rev. John W. Niven of
Rteciprocity." Sermon by 10:45 A. 11. London, England, will
Mr. Sayler. "T~fHOS PkINE ANDii'IHE AMERICAN REVOLUTION"f preach.
w 5:30- -Student supper and chat.
1:0TeSuetBbeCas"Where liberty is not, there is my country."1 Mr. Mitchell will leadI dis-
meets in the church audi- I "'The world h--, my country, and to be good is my religion." Patriotism Today3?"
torium. Professor Stevens, -Thomnas Paine.s 8: 00-Motion picture service.
teache. IIRanger of the Big Pines."

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Sunday Masses
8:30 and 10:00 o'clock
Rev. Michael P. Bourke
Chaplain

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Huron and Division Streets
M~ERLE H. ANDERSON, Minister
LEWIS C. REIMANN AIRS. NELLIE B. CAD WELL
Secretaries for Student Work
Offices, Lane Hail
9 :30-Church School.
10:45- -Morning woarship> with sermon by Dr. Anderson on:
"The Christ We Forget"
5:30-Young People's Social Hour.
6:30-Young People's Society Meeting.

First Church of Christ Scientist
409 South Division St.
Subject of next Sunday's
sermon: "God:'

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