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DAILY

SATURDAY, JULY 9,

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Summer Session
until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday).
Volume VIII SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1927 Number 12
French Bibliography (French 190):
Monday, July 11, meeting in University Library, Room 301.
The next meeting in this course will take place in the University Lib-
rary, Room 301, and will be devoted to an examination and discussion of
certain significant books dealing with French Geography and History. The
books will be on exhibition in one of the rooms in the Library. All interested
in the subject are invited to attend.
Wm. A. McLaughlin
Men's Educational Club:
Regent J. E. Beal will speaksat the regular meeting of the Mens' Educa-
tional Club on Tuesday evening, July 12. His subject will be "Some
Thoughts About English Universities." There will be special music. A
large attendance is desired.
The Committee.
Women's Educational Club:
The Women's Educational Club will meet at the Haunted Tavern Tues-
day, June 12, at 6:30 P. M. Mrs. Herbert S. Mallory will speak on "T'he
Social Development of' the Child."
The Committee.

Skillen, Louisa, M. 433 Maynar( Ireland 22173
Skillen, Winifred, Grad. 900 Oakl nd . Itn Mt. 21635
Smiley, Frederick A., Ed. 217 Osrvt ory Evart 7170
Smith, Alice D., E. 857 Tappan Detroit 4697
Smith, Culver, H. 335 E. Jefferson Pittsburgh, Pa. 21955
Smith, Gertrude M. 211 S. Ingalls Grand Rapids 21408
Smith, Wayne A. 324 E. Jefferson Ann Arbor 5155
Snedeker, Bernard, 346 E. Kingsley Ann Arbor 5250

Snyder, Carrol J., Grad. 912 Monroe S. Whitley, Ind. 8741
Solar, Mrs. Esther P., Ed, 1333 Wilmot Ann Arbor 21667
Sollers, Mary A. 1503 Washtenaw Muskegon 9617
Spanenberg, William G., Ed. Rockford
Spooner, Alvah L. 548 S. State Valparaiso, Ind. 6417
Steere, Elizabeth B., Grad. Packard Road Ann Arbor 7033
Stern, William. H., 1108 Hill St. Detroit 3540
Stewart, Carter C., 733 E. Univ. Toledo, 0. 9235

WOMEN WILL HOLD__
DINNER,_MEETING
SUMMER SCI
Women interested in education will
meet together for dinner at 6:30
o'clock Tuesday, at the Haunted Tav-
ern, 417 E. Huron street. The execu-
tive committee of the Women's Edu-
cation club has arranged the meet-1
ing for the dinner hour in order to
conserve time and to make it possible
for more of the members to attend.
Mrs. Herbert S. Mallory, social di-
rector of Psychopathic hospital, will I
speak on the "Social Development of
the Child." All women on the cam-
pus who are interested are invited to -
attend. Reservations may be made!A
until 4 o'clock Tuesday, either at the CLASSIFIED AD
Dean's office at Tappan hall, or at the
main office in University High school, LOST--Wednesday evening, in
of library, white gold rimmed gI
but those who can make reservations cs. Return Box 196, Daily (
by Tuesday morning are urged to do Reward.
rO. LOST-Left in Room 2009 A
GOES Hll, Tuesday morning, a blue
P.AWLOWp14SKI GOES umbrella with owner's name in
Finder Please return to Betsy
TO WRIGHT FIELD bour House and receive rewa:
Professor Felix W. Pawlowski of
the areonautical engineering depart-
ment, will leave today for an extend- USe Dai1y
ed stay at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, -
to carry on propellor research work, Daily
it was announced yesterday.
The work at Wright Field which is Classified CoUni
the Engineering division of the air
service will consist of experimentalito Rent
work on the use and construction of
areoplane propellers for the United Your Rooms
States Air Service.

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Hindustan Club:
The Club picnic will be held today, July 9. All the members are requested
to meet either at Lane Hall or at the island at 2 P. M. Friends are welcome,
but information should be given beforehand. For such purposes call 21734
between 11:30 and 12:00 A. M.
S. S. Beralr.
Aeronautical Laboratory:
Wanted a draftsman to work on instruments in Aeronautical Laboratory.
See Mr. J. D. Akerman, Room 304, East Engineering Building.
J. D. Ackerman.
Supplementary Directory List
This supplement is published for the purpose of taking care of the
names of those who registered too late for the Summer- Students Directory.
It will be run in parts, daily, until the list is completed. Further addresses
will be received at The Daily office or by telephone at 4925. Extra copies
of the papers containing this supplement can be obtained at the office in the
Press building on Maynard St.
McClung, Virgil C., Grad. 518 Monroe Grayson, Ky. 6746
McCleary, Paul G., Ed. 518 Monroe Cambridge, 0. 6746
McGeoch, Glenn D., Grad. 123 N. Thayer Ann Arbor 21741
McGuire, Horton G., 613 E. Williams Bogota, N. J. 7993
MacKenzie, Edna E., Grad. 515 Cheever Ct. Detroit 8173
MacLaren, Florence J., 543 Church Sault Ste. Marie 9433
Meader, Mary H., 803 Warren Ann Arbor 7961
Meffley, William H., M. 1000 E. Ann. Toledo, 0. 6817
Merill, Ernest J., Grad. 1200 E. Univ. Ann Arbor 22221
Mershon, Nellie T., Ed. 413 Thompson Grabill, Ind. 6734
Michilson, Albert G , L. Mich Union Madison, Wis
Middleton, Ruth E., Grad 603 E. Huron Milford Center, 0. 21131
Miller, Margaret A., M. 625 Church Grand Rapids
Miller, Alice R., Grad. 521 E. Jefferson Juniata, Pa. 3141
Mintier, Arthur McC.,-Grad. 432 S. Division Flushing, O. 7757
Mohnke, Clifford A., 1448 Wash. Apts. Ann Arbor 5922
Moody, Carl E., 1505 S. Univ. Battle Creek
Morgan, Mrs. Rose G., 517 E. Ann New Orleans, La. 22346
Moser, Henry, Grad. 338 E. Jefferson Wapakoneta, 0. 5870
Muir, Alfred B., Grad. 432 Thompson Buchanan 21243
Munson, Maria L., Ed. 545 S. Division Grand Rapids 3433
Murphy, Daniel B., 721 Monroe Brooklyn, N. Y. 7981
Nelson, Mary L., Grad. 1830 Hill St. LaCrosse, Wis. 5718
Maynard street.
Kern, Paul J. 551 S. 5th Ave. Ann Arbor 9242
Ney, Marion V. 336 S. Division Saint John's 9333
Nickels, Theodora A., Ed. 816 Hill St. Ann Arbor 4918
Nielsen, Elmer 344 Division Greenville
Northrup, William, M Mich. Union Grand Rapids
O'Dell, Chloe, M. 857 Tappan Detroit 4697
Olshevsky, Dimitry E., Grad. 620 Monroe Pittsburgh, Pa. 5970
Orth, Mary C, Grad. 909 E. University Harrisburg, Pa. 21136
Oury, Maynard W. 418 E. Washington Angola, Ind.
Passenger, Frederick H., Ed. 316 Thompson Pompeii 4502
Pfeiffer, Frederick F., Grad. University Hospital Corning, N. Y. 22521
Phillips, Milton J., Grad. 1026 Church Wilkinsburg, Pa. 66564
Piszezek, F. R., Grad. 604 E. Jefferson Milwaukee, Wis. 6978
Polski, Harry 1919 Geddes Erie, Pa. 4856
Pu, Alfred S., Grad. 811 Catherine, Haukow, China 8647

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ENJOY A REAL VACATION!
Visit Detroit and
PUT-I N-BAY
Both picturesque and historical is beautiful Put-In-Bay.
Here abounds interest for young and old. There is bathing,
dancing, sailing, mysterious caves, picnic groves and
Perry's monument beneath which the dust of heroes lies.
The palatial steamer Put-In-Bay leaves the foot of First St.
(Detroit) daily at 9 a.m. returning at 8
p.m. R. T. fares:,$1.00 week days. $1.50
4 Sundays. Steamer runs thru to San-
7~1jdusky daily making connections with
Cedar Point Ferry. Thru to Cleveland
via Put-In-Bay.
PerryMonument CEDAR POINT
Drive to Detroit and
enjoy the On Fridays a special excursion is run
DANCING
MOONLIGHTS to Cedar Point. Steamerstops one hour
Leave Detroit 8:45 p.m. Sundays. With its huge hotels, electric
Return 11:30p. park, magnificent bathing beach and
Fare: Wednlesday and pak ahn aa n
Thursday, 60ca board-walk it can rightfully be called
Saturday, Sunday and the Atlantic City of the West.
Holidays. 75c.

Punch, Bessie V. 426 S. Division Oran, Mo. 6631
Redpath, Jean N. 1830 Hill Maplewood, N. J. 5718
Retref, William P., M. 109 Glen Ave. S. Africa 4045
Reynolds, John L. 2327 Washtenaw Ozark, Ala. 1725
Rice, Margaret P., Grad. 127 N. State Amherst, Ohio 21298
Rittershofer, Clare R., Grad. 722 Packard Ann Arbor 8201
Robins, Sidney S. 110 N. State Ann Arbor 7323
Robinson, Paula M., Ed. 1208 Oakland Des Moines, Ia. 21252
Rosenbaum, M. H. 1319 Cambridge Rd. New York '5618.
Roth, Adolph J., Ed. 516 Emmet St.. Ypsilanti 818-R
Ryan, George J., Grad. 1820 Hill St. Louis, Mo. 7307
Carrick, C. H., Grad. 1203 Willard Three Rivers 6692
Sass, John E., Grad. 1417 W. Liberty Ann Arbor 7859
Savin, Margaret B., Grad. Helen Newberry Res. Germantiwn, Pa.
Savin, Marion B. Helen Newberry Res. Philadelphia, Pa. 3301
Sawyer, Earl P. 616 E. Huron Detroit 3481

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Schindehette, G., Ed. 1830 Hil
Schoonov.er, Red H., Grad. Ro
Schrader, Evelyn M. 1503 Was
Seaman, Margaret E., Grad. 14
Senstius, Maurits W., Grad. 1
Shaw, David T. 521 Monroe
Shaw, Elizabeth P., Grad. 344

1 Saginaw 5718
oyal Oak
shtenaw Plymouth 9617
414 Washtenaw Highland Park 3218
014 Cornwell Pl. Ann Arbor 6943
China 21002
S. Division Bridgewater 5909

' MARIAN NIXON
SUNDAY-DAVID BELASCO'S "The Music Master"

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Shea, Abigail D. 212 S 12th Maysville, Ky. 5821
Shuey, Beulah L., Ed. 237 S. Ingalls Kalamazoo 4093
Sugnet, Everett H., M. 730 Oakland Buffalo, N. Y. 8517
Simon, Ben S!. 610 Tappan Newark, N. J. 8937

ASHLEY & DUSTIN STEAMER LINE
Foot of First St. Detroit, Michigan

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The Rockford Players
Second Summer Season
Thursday and Saturday
Evenings this week
Friday and Saturday Matinee
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Last Two Performances-Today at-3:30 and 8:15

"Gammer

Gurton' s

Needle"
of the Season

Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
(above Barbour Gymnasium)
All seats reserved at 75c
at Bookstores and Door
Matinees 50 and 75 Cents
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The First English. Burlesque-T he Farce Novelty
Opening Monday: "Cradle Snatchers"

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