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THEIF SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JULY 8, 192 7

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_________ ______ -Hathaway, Burr M., M.D. 1108 Prospect St. Johns
II i * ~ Hatter, Clyde 0., Grad. Milan
I L iY I L BU F [ 1 N IYearn, Alita, Grad. Plymouth
U L I ii H-eber, Otto J., Grad 908 Dewey Reed City
SHeeson, Thelma S., :d 816 Tappan Pittsburgh, Pa. .3018
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of1 Helman, Mabel R., Grad. 511 Monroe Cincinnati, 0. 22448
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session 1-licks, A. Thornton, M. 427 Thompson Edinburg, Tex. 22152
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. ml. Saturday). Hill, Arthur St. J., Grad. 315 Thompson Orono, Me. 21660
'Volume VIII F'RIl)AY, JULY 8, 1927 Xumiber 11 Hill, Mary E., Ed. 415 W. Madison Denver, Colo. 7975
Hixson, Dumnont F., 1706 Cambridge Rd. Durand 3818
Hobart, Herbert L., Grad. 726 Packard Jackson 6757
Faculty and Students: Hoffman, Avetta, 1520 S. Univ. Oxford, 0. 22217
An informal reception for the faculty and students 0f the Summiner session{ Holcombe, Drayton F., 1925 Geddes Detroit 8717
will be held this evening in Barbour Gymnasium froin 8:30 to 11 o'clock. I Honaas, Christopher 0., 521 S. Division Elk Mound, Wes.
Edwa*«z rd It. hrzs. Iopton, E. M., Ed. 819 E. Univ. Memphis, Tenn. 7238
" 1 Hoy, Louise E., 622 S. Division Fulton, 0. 21676
T elt, ibliograhy (French 19}) : ilufrWle . rd 3 hmsn SlnNb
Monday, July 11, meeting in University Library, Room 30J1. i JunkorkdwardS., Grad 433 . tho teonLale ieNeb 8
The next meeting in this course will lake pnlace in the University Lib- .aksi dadFGa 3 .Sae Lk iy 41
rary, Room 301,, and will be devoted to are t examination and discussioli of Johnson, Albert D., Grad. 514 E~. Jefferson Wayne, 0. 22429
certain significant books dealing with French U(, offraphy and 11i Story. The;:;onnRcad .,Gal 39.Dison etit 41
books will be on exhibition in one of the rooms in thme Library. All interestedI Jurrians, Winifred M., Ed. Barton Hills Byron Center 9826
in the subject are invited to attend.l Kamm, Samuel 1t., Grad. 110 S. Ingalls Montfort, Wis. 6374
T~Un d1 1111n1ff R.7-T., rn tU. 1'J 1 nhri(<10kJ1 IUAJni. hu h l99i)117

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Knapp, Dales A., 1331
ljnight, Etta M., 621+
Knisely, LaVonia, Ed.
I Koepfgen, Beatrice E.,C
Koheer, William'A.,
Kuhnle, Ella L., Ed.+
jLakey,Roland T., P.
Langius, Adrian N., E.

Il Hill Wilmette, 1ll. 5517
Church Adrian 7037
1830 Hill Toledo, 0. 5718
Grad. 118 N. Thayer Cass City
213 S. Thayer Port Royce, Pa.
621 Church Minneapolis, Minn.
William Detroit
109 Glen Ave. Zeeland 4045

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7037

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Langtin, Clair Van N., Grad Ypsilanti 22315
Latchaw, Willim R., M. 905'E. Washington Defiance, 0. 5872
Layton, Charles R., Grad. 439 S. Division New Concord, 0. 8657
Layton, Ferne P., Grad. 439 S. Division New Concord, 0. 8657
Leete, James P., 610 Forest N. Branch 6539
Legg, Win. D., Grad. Packard Rd. Ann Arbor 4729
Lastiua, Dayes E., Grad. 543 Church St. Paul, Minn. 9344
Levin, Eleanor, Grad. 814 E. Univ. New York 21156
Yoenhliem, Joseph H., 4006 Washtenaw New York 9217
Longworth, J. Glenn, Grad. 915 Sybil Detroit 9024
Looney, Jessie L., Grad. 1520 S. Univ. Petersburg, Ind.
Love, Claude D., Grad. 110 Ingalls Hale 6374
Love, Lila B., 1222 Washtenaw Amory, Miss.
Lynde, Harold W., 2104 Dorest Rd. Syracuse, N. Y. 3591
Lytle, Floyd E., M. 1007 E. Huron 9417
Mackie, Marjorie J., 718 Tappan Six Lakes 9517
Maduro, Clifford B., 314 N. Ingalls New York 21217
IMansfield, Lina B., 714 E. Univ. Fairfield, Conn.: 4541
IMarlatt, Viola )C., Helen Newberry Residence Defiance, 0.
Martin, James F., 733 S. State Detroit 4418
Mason, Harold C., Grad. 1055 Michigan Ave. Adrian 1471-M
May, William H., 714 Haven Rockford, Ill. 3506
Mazabel, George, E. 610 Forest Begota, Colombia 6539

Wini. A. IteaughliiI

'tGammer Gurten's Needle":
On account of the faculty reception to thme students of the Summer
session there will be a matinee performmance of "Gammnner Gurton's Needle"
at 3:39, o'clock in place of~ the regular evenig performance in Sarah C'aswell
Angell Hall.

Kauffman, Grace A., 1511 Washtenaw Union, N. J. 7039
Keeran, Ethel L., Ed. 119 N. Washington Ypsilanti
Kendricks, W.,, 721, S. State Mt. Clemens 21917
Kenton, Pearl A., Grad. 1145 WVashtenaw Peru, Neb. 3597
Kern, Esther A., Grad. 551 S. 5th Ave. Ann Arbor 9242
Keyworth, Maurice R., Grad. Barton Hills Detroit 8656
Kirschbaum, Gladys E., Grad. 625 Church Evart 7357
Kirschbaum, Rachel L., Grad. 625 Church Evart 7357

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Robert IHendersonl.
Supplementary__Directory List
This supplement is published for the purpose of taking care of tl
names of those who registered too late for the Summer Students Directo2
It will be run in parts, daily, until the list is completed. Further address
will be received at The Daily office or by telephone at 4925. Extra copi
of the papers containing this supplement can be obtained at the office in t

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Press building on Maynard St.
Foster, Oscar R., 631 E. Univ. Toledo, 0.
Freshman, Jerome S.,' 2006 Wastenaw Flossmnoor, Ill.
Furey, Ellen .M., 1015 E. Univ. Calhoun 3808
Gilberts, Aluta S., Helen Newberry Algonac 3301
Glazer, Walter S., M.D. 912 Forest Detroit 2-1639
Glick, Ralph H., 615 -Monroe Leneca, 0. 2-2110

9217

Gladen, Nerbert W., M.D. 917 E. *Huron Hubbard, la. 8470u
Grotkowski, Harry A. Grad 110 S. Ingalls Saginaw G 71
Goldberg, Gusta, 814 E. Univ. Pendleton, Ky. 2-1156
Goldfarb, Mollie, 718 Monroe New York
Grant E. Lowell, Ed. 1320 S. Univ. Flint 9186
Grieshaminer, Ida, Ed. 415 N. Ingalls Manistee 5467
Grominger, Reed S., B.A. 524 Thompson Rockford, In(. 21681
Herschel, Theron, 1331 Hill St. Grand Rapids 5517
Hahn, William D., Grad 332 S. Division Toledo, O. 4333
Hammick, Mary H., Ed. X319 E. U~niv. limnick, Mich. 7238
Hansen, Irene M., 1503 Washtenaw Muskeg~on 9617
Hardin, Buren, 409 E. Jefferson Ann Arbor
Hardin, Leone R., Grad. 409 E. Jefferson Ann Arbor
Hartzell, Bernard H., M.D. 14', 6 Brooklyn Youngstown, Ohio 37

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Thursday and Saturday
Evenings this week
Friday and Saturday Matinee

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