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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 7,

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TOUR THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 7,

Supplementary Di

rectory List

Cohen, Harry, Md. 537 Elm St. Kings, N. Y.
Cole, Heurietta, Grad. 1602 Granger Ave. Kalamazoo 2-2115
Calella, James W.,; M.D. 307 South Division Oneida, N. Y.

This supplement is published for the purpose of taking care+
names of those who registered too late for the Summer Students Dir
It will be run in parts, daily, until the list is completed. Further add
will be received at The Daily office or by telephone'at 4925. Extra
of the papers containing this supplement can be obtained at the office
Press building on Maynard St.
Abrams, Henry J., E & A. 912 Dewey Ave. Ann Arbor 8164
Ackley, Loie B. 308 T'hompson Litchfield

of the
ectory.'
dresses
copies
in the

Connelly, Suter M., Ed. 517 Elizabeth Grand Rapids 961
Connely, 1.1ildredl M., Grad. Newberry Residence Detroit
Cook, Marguerite W., Ed. 1311 Minerva Muskegon 3170
Coury, Magdalena D., 822 Oakland Detroit
Cox, Joseph H., 345 E. Huron St. Coldwater 5915
Cozine, Ruth E., 803 Lawrence St. Chicago, Ill. 2-1077
Cromin, Catherine T., Ed. 819 E. Univ. Detroit 7288
Crosby, Mrs. Fern T., 513 Elm St. Ann Arbor 8074
Crowley, Mary C., Grad 508 Thompson i Ann Arbor 9392
Cunningham, Edward, C.E. and A. 1437 Wahtenaw Chicago,
Cushing, Elwood L., 502 Thompson St. Ann Arbor 4681
jCushing, John T., 711 Haven St. Lorain, Ohio 8585
Custer, Kathleen M., Grad.- 415 W. Madison St. Ann Arbor
Dabney, Eugerna, Grad. 816 E. Huron Birmingham, Ala.7
Davis, Arthur F., Grad. 801 S. Sstate Portsmouth, N. H.
Deemer, Ruth, Grad. 343 S. Fourth Ave. Freemont, O. 2-1
Diamond, Thomas Grad. 1032 Vaughn St. Ann Arhn 45

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3

3301

Dickinson, Charles W. 1412 Geddes Maeden, W. Va. 6417
Diehl, Wilbur W., Grad. 502 E. Liberty St. East Lansing 985
Diller, Arthur D., Ed. La Grange, Ind.
Dodge, Mr. Elsie G., 510 Forest Ave. Hancock 7422
Dulude, Leslie L., 1007 E. Huron Midland 9417
Dunbar, Willis F., Grad. 1942 Cambridge Hartford 4338
Duncan, James F., Grad. 940 Greenwood Ludington 4339
Dwyer, Ruth J., Ed. 707 Kittanning, Pa. 2-1880
Ellick, Robert P., 1408 Washtenaw Omaha, Nebr. 6717
Ellsworth, Frank E., Grad. 520 Thompson Kalamazoo 7758
Emery, Mary C., Grad. 728 Onendaga Ann Arbor 4959
Emori, Yasuhei, Grad. 310 N. Thayer St. . Tokio, Japan 4957
Engbers, Benjamin, Grad. 502 E. Liberty St. Grand Rapids
Engelified, John J., 114 12th St. Ann Arbor 3665
Engle, Nathanael H., Grad. 732 S. Division Ann Arbor 5359
Engle, Ruth M., Grad. Ann Arbor Division Ann Arbor 5359
Fennes, Stewart D., 1408 Washtenaw Port Huron 6717
Finley, Rolla B., Grad. 815 E. Ann Ann Arbor 7979
Fisher, Charles A., Grad 416 Buchanan Ann Arbor 3026
Foster, Marion, 2001 Washtenaw Boston, Mass. 5161

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Adams, Ray H., Grad. 715 Haven Ave. Dearborn 4441
Albig, John W., Grad. 405 Awixa Road McKeesport, Pa.
Allen, Mary L., Grad. 543 Chqirch St. South Orange, N. J.
Allen, Mildred E., Grad. 822 Oakland Ave. Clinton 6108
Allmendinger, Helene, 520 S. Division Cleveland, O.
Atchinson, Marie, Grad. 1520 S. University Zanesville, 0.
Bagg, John H. 631 E. University Baltimore, Md. 4747

Ill.

6617

9853

5889
9433

7975
7910
6637
1888
81

2-2217

Baldwin, Leland D., Grad, 110 S, Ingalls Pittsburgh, Pa. 6374
Bacharach, Frances R., Grad. 209 S. Ingalls Brookline, Mass. 8071
Barnes, Donna M. 427 Hamilton Pl. Coldwater 5942
Barta, Josephine D., Grad.. 1125 White St. Indianapolis, Ind. 8587
Bartlett, Allen E. 1746 Washtenaw Eaton Rapids
Beck, Raymond, A. 700 Oxford Road Chicago, Ill. 6917
Benz, Alvin H., 212 So. Division Webster 2-2372
Benz, Florence E. 326 S. Fifth Ave. Ann Arbor 2-1025
Besancon, Grace W., Grad. 1027 E. University Detroit 7472
Blakeslee, Elbert L. 911 Greenwood Pasaic, N. J.
Bleeker, Harrie L., Grad. 1333 Washtenaw Hart 2-1980
Blunt, William, E. & A. 549 S. Division. Port Huron 2-1774
Bockstahlet, 01. L., Grad. 613 Hill St. Waverly, Ill.
Bos, John R., Grad. 604 E. Jefferson Grand Rapids 66681
Boville, Ora E., Ed. Betsy Barbour Detroit 6816
Boss, Marie E., Ed. Betsy Barbour Sand Lake 2-1716
Bowen, May L., Ed. 1145 Washtenaw, Indianapolis, Ind. 3579
Bowman, Ruth 1117 Church Grand Rapids
Boyd, Bernice, Grad. 1503 Washtenaw Paola, Kans. 9617
Briton, Elizabeth J. * 311 5. Division Toledo, Ohio
Brooks, Philip C. 71,4 Haven Colorado Springs, Colo. 3506
Brophy, Clare M:, Ed. 517 Elizabeth Grand Rapids 9514
Brumbaugh, Madeline 513 S. Division Cowallis, Ore.
Bryan, Charles H., Grad. D. T. D. House, Geddes Ave. Portlaid 7317
Isabelle, Lois, Ed., 1340 Volland Detroit 2294
Burke, Alice Mary, Ed. 433 Maynard Pontiac 2-2175
Burton, Nancy A. 814 E. University Highland Park 2-1156
Campbell, Harvey B., Ed. 109 N. Ingalls Kansas City, Mo. 4710
Campbell, Herbert V., Ed. 109 N. Ingalls Kansas City, Mo. 4710
Campbell, Phebe V. 403 Lenawee Drive L'Anse 8381
Lula M. Canan, Grad. 428 Hamilton Pl. Montpelier, Ohio 3435
Canfield, Norton, Md. 1830 Washtenaw Ann Arbor 7417
Carscallen, George E., Grad. 722 Arbor St. Crawfordsville, Ind. 7389
Carter, Mary A., Ed. 714 E. University Clarksburg, W. Va. 4541
Catton, Nellie M., Grad. 816 E. Huron Spokane, Wash. 7910
Chalmers, Lucille M., Grad. Detroit
Chamberlain, John M., E. & A. 1805 Washtenaw Elyria, Ohio 9717
Chapman, Don H., 1408 Washtenaw Clinton 6717
Chapman, Robert H. 712 Washington Ravenna, Ohio, 9764
"Chapple, Charles C., Md. . 15 Geddes Heights Billings, Mont. 2-2372
Churchill, Ruel V., Grad. 28 Rosewood Ann Arbor 5114
Chester, Margaret D., Ed. , 1511 Washtenaw Ave. Antwerp. Ohio
Cilley, Earl L., Md. 1541 Washtenaw Grand Rapids 8317
Clark, Paul V., Grad. 533 Elm St. Lincoln, Neb. 8235
Clarke, Edwin A., Grad. 429 S. Division Mt. Pleasant 6856
Clarle, Helen L., 1722 Cambridge Road St. London, Ont. 4018
Clarke, Hugh W. 504 Walnut St. Coldwater 3021
Clausen, Gertrude E. 608 Monroe Detroit 6723
Clay, Mary B., E. A. 1216 S. University Pittsburgh, Pa. 3204,

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.. aa a u, . a a w , vv. u u
FORD PLANT TRIP
MADE YESTERDAY
The first out of town excursion led
by Carlton Wells visited the Ford
Park Plant Wednesday. More than
sixty students went on the trip which
consisted of an inspection trip
through the plants of the Ford Motor
company.
The group which gathered in front
of Angell Hall left there at 1:15'
o'clock in special motor busses, for
highland Park. The main depart-
m ents of the Ford plant were visited.
mThe party was conducted by special
juides through the motor testing de-
partment and assembling departments,
the upholstering division and the large
stock rooms. Special attention was
givento the many mechanical devices
such as the extensive conveyer system
and the various time saving machines
which insure large scale production.
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR SALE --Modern house on Oak-
land ave.; 8 rooms, all conven-
iences. garage, shade trees, ideal
location. Call 5502 office,. or 7926
evenings only. 110-11
FOR RENT--722 E. Kingsley, 3 rooms
private bath and entrance. In-
quire 826 S. Main. Call after 4
p. 1i1.
WANTED - Student able to read
French, to do typewriting. Call 9267
in the morning or after five o'clock.
10-11-12
WANTED--Private English teacher
yfor 2 or 3 hours a week. Dial 4843.
8, 9, 10.
LOST-Cameo broach pin set in yel-
low gold. Lost Monday near or on
State street. Reward. Dial 2-1250.
8, 9, 10.

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Music Master"

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TODi1AY

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The exotic brilliance of after-midnight metropolitan play hours
. lavishly brought to the screen.

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Second Summer Season
Thursday and Saturday
Evenings this week
Friday and Saturday Matinee

Opening TONIGHT at 8:15

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Gurton's

Needle"

Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
(above Barbour Gymnasium)
All seats reserved at 75c
at Bookstores and Door
Matinees 50 and 75 Cents

You will rock with laughter at this famous old farce
MATINEE ONLY TOMORROW at 3:30

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