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AWJ , STO it; 5
James. Foster
213,So. State
Hou~se of -Art
De~ries krt . Sore
223 So. Main Street
Auto Special~ty Shop
219 West Hiuron'. t.
Ann Arbor Auto Top;Company
311 South Ashley Stet
Ann Arbor Auto Laund,T
207 West Huron Street
Phone 2012-R.
Vernon J. McCrumb
113-115 South Ashley Street
Distributor for Pennsylvania Vacuum.
Cup Tires. Saginaw Auto Damp
Trailer and +equip'ment. Also agency
for famous Exide Batteries.

DELCATESE1NS~

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The Karolyn Kitchen

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2109:South Ashley Street
Phone 309
Fertilizers and Lawn Seed

*Best Sandwiches in Town j
Barney's Delicatessen
640 Haven Street
DEIM'LOPING AM ) PRINTUN~
Goodyear. Drug Co.
107 S. Main St.
DINING ROOMIS
Freeman Dining Rooms
803 E. -Washington
Board $7.00 per week
$5.75 for two meals per dlay
Sunday Dinner $0.75
On~e Bloch north from Hill Auditorium
Teeter Dining Rooms
805 E. Huron
Board $5.75 per week
Charlevoix, Dining Room
620 E. Liberty
Home Coolkjng Exclusively
Special Chicken Dinner; on Sunday
Chubb House
209 So. Statej
Essex Dining Rooms
1212 South University
Hurlburt. Boarding House
806 South UniversityE

BARBER SHOPS
Ar's Barber Shod.
717 No. University
William's :Barber Shop
332 South State
The Varsiiy Barber Shovp
617 East Liberty
Arcade Barber Shop
6 Nickels Arcade
Miller's Barber. Shop
115 West Hurdj,
St. James, Barber Shop
~121' West 1uon
Miller's Barber So
1114 South University
J. R.: Trojanowski'
U of M Barber Shop
,1110 South' Universityt
BEAUTY PA-ILO1,
Stoddard Hair Shop
707,N. University
f ~Blue Bird Hair Shop
5 Nickels .Arcade
Soft Water Guaralnteed
Phecte 316$..forappintnents
Dimiattia Beauty'Parlor
340 So. State Stret
Powde Puff.Beau'Ty Shop
3201 So." Stte Street
Chlren's Hair Cutting and. Bobbing;
a specialty. 'For appintmnents call
993-1t.
Mack & Co.
Tlird Floor'
MainSt.
BOOKS
Slaters Bonlk Shop,
T. J. -iddle
11'Nickels Arcade
Speciates: La, Mdcal Dental
Books:.
Wahr's. Unlversity Bolok Sore
316 So. State Street
BUILDING:- SUP*LII
Schlenker's Hardwsare .
213-215 Liberty- Phone '554
Service for patronage
BUJSINESS. COLLEGES
Hamilton Business College
State and Williams
CAFETERIAS
Arcade, Cafeteria
Nickejs Arcade
"Good Eats" Cafeteria
609 E. Williams
Michigani Cafeteria
6121E. Li.berty
Y. W. C. A. Cafeteria
508 E. Williams
-Utopian Cafe.
1219 South University
Every Morning-Wheat Cakes loc
CLEANING AN PRESSING
Horace Claveau
802 So. State

Ann Arbor. Implement Company,
110 South Ashley Street
See us for Garden Seed, Sheep Ma-
nure and Bone Meal.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOPS
Wisdiom's 'RepairShrop
112.South Ashley
Lawn Mowers sharpened. Bring them
in early and avoid the Spring rush
KGIFTS
James Foster
213 So. State
Easter Cards and Novelties
The Gift Shop
Darling and Malleaux
7 Nickels Arcade
Photo, Craft Shop-
2 Nickels Arcade
Pictures and, picture-framing a spec-
ialty. We, have cards for all occaslonF
and purposes.
Hallers JJewelry.
306 So. State
GRQCtRIES
G. E. Stone
314 So. State'
The Star. Cash Grocery
2156East Washington
Weinman Geisendorfer
219-223 .East 'Washington
You'll d6lo better 'at Lemble's
530 Forest. Ave. Phone 399

Tom Corbett
Lutz Clothing
217 So. Main
Lindenschnitt-Apfel & Co.
209, So. Main
Arthur V. Marqjuardt
608 East Liberty'
Quy Woolfolk and Co.
336 S,. State
Wild and Co.
311 S. State
Be a "Wild" Man
Tinker and Co.
342 S. State
Van Boven' ajid' Cress.
1107 South University
MEi'N'S, FURNISHEINiGS
Donaldson
224.5. State,
Greenwood andc Kilgore
324, S. State
. Athir' .Marquardt
608 East Liberty
The Economy Store
111 East Washington
MILLINERYI
Popular Price Hat Shop
333 S.. Main4
"Puyear, and Hintz
328" So. Main
'Mack & Co.
Second Floor
Main St.
MUSICAL GOODS
Stofflet Phono Shops
Brunswick Phonographs and Record:
Edison. Phonographs and. Records
Nickels Arcade 110.East Wash j
Xllmnendiinger's Music House
305 Maynard
Schaeborle and Son Music House
110 South Main Street.

ROOFING
Schlenker's Hardware
213-215 W. Liberty
! ~Phone 554f
"Service for Patronag.".
E SHEET METAL WORK'
Schlenker's Hardware-
213-215 W. Liberty
Phone 554
" "Service for Patronage"
' Graff and Harris
308 South Ashley<
SHOE REPAIRING
"Russel lDucholz
115, Washington St.
Washington Shop-
100 East Washingtoni St.
15 years experience on Hats and Shoes.]
Try us.
Smith's Quality Shoe Repair Service
705 Packard at, State
High grade Shoe Repairing at 'ki'
prices.
! Matt. E. Ehnis
~116 West Liberty'

Glen the Tailor
629 East 'University
A. L. Dettling, Tailor I
,Dry Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing 1
S1121. South University

TAXI AND BAGGAGE
Taxi and, Baggage
Telephone One Three Hundred
TEA ROOKS
Foster's Tea Room for Merl
21 S. State
Space for a limited number of ladies.
TIRES
The Tire Shiop
106 South' Ashley
Tires ,Batteries-Accessories ,

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WOMEN'S W1PAR
Exhquisite Corset Shop
109 W.. Liberty St.

THE ,LYNDON SHOP~
1 he most compl~ete line of hlosiery and
fancy dry-good onl the campus. The
convenient store for College women's

.immediate Wan~s.._

Harris Tire Company
129 P. Washington~

Failings Dining Rooms
714 Monroe ~Street
Hlome. Cooked Foods--Congenial People,
DRESS MAKING
The Vogue Slioppe
230 Nickels Arcade.
Exclusive designis in Easter Frocks
and. formal gowvn,,-. For appointments '
rhone 795-W.
/Quality H~ems'titching Sliops
719 N. University
DRUGS
Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
324 So. State
Three Stores
Dawson Bros. Drugs
106 So. Main
Edsill's Rexall 'Drug Store
208 So. Main St.
Eberbach & Son 'Co.
Criippen,'s Drug. Store
219 So. Main-217 No. Main
Cushing's Drug Store
340,_So. Stater
Mack & Co.
Mlain Floor
Main St.
DRY GOO)S
Ahn Arbor Dry Goods Store
316 South Main
Square Deal Store
339 So. Main f
Mack & Co.
Main Floor
Main St.
ELECTRICAL G0OOIS
Washitenaw Electrical Shop
200 E. Washington
EXPRESS COIWPAMES
American Railway Express Company
108 West Huron Street
*EXCHANGE
Womens Exchange
10 Nickels Arcade
Specialties-Minerva Yarns, Embroid-
ered Linens, Hand-made gifts.
FLORISTS
Goodhew Floral Co.
Planders 320 E. Liberty
For
Flowers 715 N. University
Blue-Maize Blossom Shop
9 Nickels Arcade
Blue-Maize Blossom' Shop
213 E. Liberty
F~OUNTAIN PENS
J. G. Rider Pen Co.
Office over 322 So. State
Manufacturers, of Rider Master Pens

0. G. Andres
220 So. State
j Shoes repaired while you wait.
The Ann Arbor Shop
625 East Liberty
J. H. Lambert
613 East Willijams
Oscar's Shoe Repair Shop
11.14 South University
Quality and Service
A. G. Coch and Son
1109 "'South University
Shoe' Repairing. Rubber and Tennis
Shoes. Shoes Shined.
SHOES
Shoes for Men and Boys
H. G. Ennis
116 W. Liberty
Wahr's Slhoe Store
108 South Main

Darling and Malleaux
221 South State Street
College good. Millinery.' Hosiery.
Underwear.

TOUBIACCO
'C. R.' Peters .
109 E. Liberty
United. Cigar Store
118 East Huron
Liberty,"Poggery and Smoke Shop
Corner State and Liberty
Phone 3027
WEIDING
Fred Williams' Welding Shop
1 .5 South First Street
. ~ John" Vol'z and Son"
116 South Ashley
Horse Shoeing, Acetylene. Welding
and Cutting.
Jade Singleton Shops
4 and 8 'Nickels Arcade

C. J. Hutzel
301 S. Main
M~ack 8& Co.
Sec~ond Floor
} Main St.
TREJATERS
Wu&erth Theatre
Orphetini Theatre
Majest eTheatre
Arcade Theatre
toom 3 Wia~rth Arcade

Micigan Rea~ l Estate Co.
21.7 Souith Main
A comnplete new listilng including
~ternity and sorority houses anii

fra-
lfine

J: W. Phelan
812 Monroe Ave.
A. F. Hamman
411 E. Jeffer son
HARDWARE
,Schlenker's Hardware
213-215 West. Liberty
Phone ,554
"Service for Patronage"
-Larned Ha'rdware Co.
316 So. State
HAT, CLEANING' AND IiLOCRIN.G
The Ann, Arbor Shop
625 E. Liberty
Hats Cleaned andl Blocked-75 cents
Satisfaction guaranteed.
HAT FACTORY
Fcatory Hat Store
617 Packard Near State
HOTELS
St. James Hotel and Lunch Room
121 West H-uron St. Phone 1972
Tony Christoff Prop.
European Plan. $1.09 and up. Oppo-
site D. U. R. Waiting Room.
JEWELRY
I. B. 'Eibler
314 So. Main.
Schlanderer & Seyfried
Arnold & Co.
220 So. Main
Chas. F. Bay
Arcade Jewelry
Haller's Jewelry
306 So. State
LAUNDRIES
The. Varsity Laundry Co.
LEATHER GOODS
F. W. Wilkinson
325 South Main
LUJNCHES
Coney Island Lunch
611 E. Liberty
Th-e Grey Shop
600 E. Liberty

The University Music, House
601-605 East Williams St.
Home of Michigan Music
wMUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Alimendinger's Music douse
OPTICIANS
Haller's Jewelry
306 South State
PAIN'TING ANDI DIECORATING
Oswald A. Herz
112 W. Washingtonj
Schlenker's Hardware
213-2i5 West Libertyj
Phone 654
"Service for Patronage" 3
C. H. Major and Company
Wall Paper, Paints Oils; Glass
203 East Washington St.
PHOTOGRAPHY!
Spedding Studioj
619 East Liberty
We produce the latest that' i§ best in.
Photography.
Ivey Studioj
334 South State
Randall Studio*
122 East Washington
Lyndon and Company
719 North University
PLUMBING
S. C. Andres
Plumbing-Steamfitting
215 East Huron Street
POOL ROOMS
Majestic Pool Room
312 South State
POP CORN
Ford Pop-Corn Stand
On State St.
We are a part of the Campus
Tony the Pop Corn Man
Corner of Jefferson and State
PRINTING
Millard Press!
111 W. Liberty f
RESTAURANTS
Quang Tung Lo
613 East Libert~y
American Style and Chop Suey
Starbuck's Restaurant and, Lunch
601-605 East Liberty
My-T-Fine Cafe
105 South Thayer
Prochn ow's Dairy Lunch
104 East Huron
"M" Lunch
322 So. State
'Taylor's Restaurant and' Lunch
0~15, East Liberty St.
Louie Lum Company

Ge'orge" H. Miller' Shoe 'douse
212 South Main Street
Going out of Business. Sale now
full blast.

il-I

M~ck & Co.
s Mein Floor
Main Sit.
Wnm. P. Purfield,
Alfred 1. Ruby, Inc:
12 Nickels Arcade
Arthur F. Marquardt
608 East Liberty
Gross and, Deitzel,_- '._
117 East 'Washington
Albert S. Lutz
109 East Washington
John Ward Men's Shoesw
George Kyer's
721 No. University
SHOE SHINING
Louis Garmae's Shining Pairlor
7 Bank Building
Pete Tsoukas' Shining Parlor
301 South State
SOFT DRINKS
'Win. Seagart
Wholesaler of Stroh's Products
122, West Liberty
SPORTING GOODS
Pratt and Dunn
224 5. State
SPORT SHOPS

SpecialLITY. HEMSTITCHING SHOP
7~19 North University Avenue
A . S ecia I "elep lion', 2526
Over byndon4s Photo Shop
SUNDAY DINNER,' 123-50
for 85cSLEEIXNG SICKNESS
for 85 G RM IS ISQLATTLD
in 'United States iHealth Service off-
cials leave confirmned a report an-
Pleasant Surroundings flouncing the isolaton of the ' germ
~of lethargic encephalitis, or sleeping.
sick~ness, at Mounit Sinai' hospital in
VARS TY NN' New York. Reports of such. a d
VA. b 11Y I N overy havre been frequent' and true
isolation will m~ean a great' step for-
502 E. WILLIAM waird in the cure of the so called
sleeping sickness, an incurable,
-'."But the' question of a cure for the
sickness still remiains an open one",
Doctor Watrd M. 1Jarrymain of the
FACUTY H 0 0IARIE nue~rology departme~nt stated 'recently.
The natur e of the sickness is not
known. "It may be recognized by
ACTIITY ,1TEISTSsympoms, but that is, all," he :said.
Members of, the faculty show them- classed am~ong 'the.incrbeds
'eases."
selves to be influenced by various Mo-I Cases of sleeping sickness vary
tines in their interests in different stu- from those patients who sleep con-
dent, activities, tinuallyr to those w~hose nerves are so
Prof. J, Raleigh Nelson; director of affected that they cannot sleep. Son
M~qus ad te Cmedyclu, wen slee~p dilriug the .day. %athvr than at
Mpique an th Coedyclu, wennight, "The name sleeping sicknessi
asked why lie was interested in cam- is 'soir' P.Hrya a4
pus dramatics, said, "I have had .a "The patients do not always slep
lifelong :merest, in. dramatic training The direct opposite is often true. 'The
for young, people because I believe sicknewi is better called empedenlic
such a training has an educational in encephllftis which is simply a,
nerve disorder. The true sleeping
value of a high order. The dramatic sickness, common, in Africa,, is cn
insinct is a cheep inhirent instinct in veyed by on insect bite and is fatal."
most children. and young people, and

STATIONERY

bits 'expression is a definite means of_
mental growth."
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, of theBoard~
in Control of Athletics, gave a differ-
entr reason for his interest in campus
activities. He, said, "I have found in-.
'terested in some kind of athletie
gaiues and for that reason I too am
interested in athletics. The interests~
of the student 'body are my inter-
Joseph A. Bursley, Dean of Stu-
dents, and Prof, H. C. Anderson of the.
Engineering college both expressed
interest in' the Union. "I am vitally
Interested," said Professor ,An~derson.
a M~ember-of the I~oard of Directors of
the Union, "in anything that works
Board of Directors of the Union, said,
for the benefit of the student and the
Union is doing a wonderful. work."
" e nB rly lo a m m e fteAlthough concerned' with a variety of'
undergraduate interests I have always
been primarily interested in the work,'
of the Union."

Cleaning, $1.2-5; Pressing $ .35
McCrow 1221 So. Univ.
Student Presing Shop
721 N. University
CONFECTIONERS
Fountain of Youth,
300 So, State. St.
Truby's Confectionery
218 So. Main
The Sugar Bowl
log So.,Maine
Kruspe's Confectionery Shop
X15 E. Williams
Blusy Bee
313 S. State
Olympia Confectionery
110 West Huron -Street
114 East Huron Street
Betsy IRoss Shop
13and 15 Nickelsq ArcaffA

Campus Lunch
338 S. State
Blu-Gold Lunch
605 'Church Street
Van's Lunch
1116 So. University
MEATS

Hailer Jewelry
306 So. State' Street
FURNITURE
Martin Haller
Mack & Co.
Third Floor
Main St.
FURRIER
Zwerdling For Furs
Established 1904
Zwerdling Building
Zwerdling For Furs
GARAGES'
Ann Arbor Nash Co.
311 Maynard

Converse and Mason
607 E. Williams
Washington Market
Hoezle-FeldKamp Haas
201 East Washington

I STUDENT SUPPLMSI
Students Supply Store
1111 South University
TAILORING
Burchfield and Company
106 East Huron
Del E. Grennan
14 Nickels Arcade
Arthur F. Marquardt
608 East Liberty
Wild and Company
311 South State
Be a "Wild" Man
3! ~A. C. BarthI
619 East Williams
T. B. Lyons
515 East Wiliamsj

MEMORIALS
Joseph L.. Araret
208-214 West Huron

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