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PACE

SIXTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'UNDAY, FEEBRVARY, 15-, 1 2.-

Panhellenic Congress
(Continued from Page Fourteen)
ed with the sophomores of another
house so that by mixing the groups,
they may meet new women and learn
to know them. At Christmas time,
the Inter-sorority association organ
izes the work of collecting the Christ-
mas trees and toys from the sororitie
and dormitories and provides for their
distribution at the hospitals. The
trees and toys used by the sororities
Ad edormitories for their Christmas;
pirties were formerly wasted until
Ppnhellenic undertook the organized
collection and distribution. Under
this plan, the Children at the lsitrals
may also -enjoy them..
The Panhellenic cred is as foldws
"We, the fraternity undergraduate
members, stand for good scholarship,
for the guardians of good' health for
whole-hearted cooperation with our
college ideals for student life, for the
maintenance of fine social standards,
and for the serving, to the best of our
ability, of our college community.
Good college citizenship as a prepara-
tion for good citizenship in the large
world of alumnae days is the ideal
that shall guide our chapter activities.
"We, the fraternity alumnae mem-
bers, stand for an active, sympathetic
interest in the life of our undergrad-.
uate sisters, for loyal support of the
ideals of our Alma Mater, for the en-
couragement of high scholarship, for
the maintenance o healthy physical
conditions in chapter house and dor-
mitory, and for using or Influence to
further the best standards for the edu-
cation of the young women of America.
Loyal service to chapter, college, and
community is the Ideal that shall
guide our fraternity activities.
"We, the fraternity officers, stind
for loyal and earnest work, for the
realization o.f these rateritystand..
aids. Cooperation for the maintin-
ance of fraternity life 'hi' harmony
with its best possibilities is the ideal
that shall guid".' our fraternity ac-
tivities.
"We, the fraternity women of Am-
erica, stand for preparation through
characted building inspired in the
close contact and deep friendship of
fraternity life, To us fraternity life
is not the, enjoymentof speciti privi-
leges, but an opportuity -to prepare
for wide and human =service."
Bonstelle Plahouse
(Continued from Page Thirteen)
zanine, a charmingly appointed place,
ishung with some really good paint-
Rigs that are to be changed from time
to time. And the seats in the audi-
toium are comfortable enough to go
to sleep in.
As to the plan af production, the
theater is to be moe or less experi-
mental. Miss Bon telle" will' give
principally plays thathave not been
seen ,before in Det'roit, and budding
playwrights who are worthy. are to
have their chance. Each play will
run for a eriod of two weeks or long-
er. Besides the regular 'company,
v-isiting stars will be presented now
and then.
Altogether it is a wonderful thing
that Jessie Bonstelle is doing for De-
troit, -and it is to be hoped that De-
troit will continue, as it has begun, to
buy out every performance.
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ART SHOP 1 OC7W CTWONEtRY LADIES MILLINERY Ada Gustine -
716-717 First Nat. Bank. Phone 835-F1
- Y Emma B. Fogerty's

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where dancing

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* All those who have been frequenters of
,,Granger's Academy are of equal opinion
that the music, floor and appointments
would be hard to duplicate anywhere.
For those who desire refreshments a

fountain is maintained

in the balcon)

where one mad sit at a smnall table and
enjoy a soda or sundae while )-Valchin
the dancers. Two checl rooms insure
the safeh) of your coats and hats phile
you dance.
Dancing every IWedncsda ), Frida )
and Saturday Nights

j amesFrster
House of Art
213 South State St.
A~rILETIC GOOD)S
Geo. J. Moe
711 N. University Ave.
Pratt & Dunn
Athletic Supplies and
Student Furnishings
332 South State St.
AFTO ACCESSORIES
Willard Battery Service
Raybestos Brake Lining Service
219-21 W. Huron St.
AUTOMOBILES
Ann Arbor Buick Service Co.
120 W. Huron
Hudson Sales & Service
Used Cars of Quality
310 East Washington
AUTO PAINTING & TIIMMING
Quality Auto Paint and Trim Shop
304 S. Ashley Ave
BAKERY
City Pastry Shop
516 East Liberty. Phone 3310J
Federal System of Bakeries
114 Main St.
RARBER SHOPS
Arcade Barber Shop
Nickels' Arcade
Church Street Barber Shop
607 Church St.
Miller's Barber Shop
115 WV. Huron
Miller's Barber Shop
1114 S. University
Pearsall's Barber Shop
717 N. University
T. R. Trojanowski
1110 5. University
Six First Class Barbers
Peauiy Shop-Side Door Entrance
The Varsity
617 E. Williams St.
BEAUTY SHOP

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Palace of Sweets
'1204' S. University
Try Our Fine Lunches
Candy Sugar Bowl
Ice Cream 1109 S. Main Lunc

F'ountainit f ioutn j
Corner Liberty And State j
Honey Dell
1115 S. University
'Malted Milks our Specialty

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A. C. Barth
619 E. Williams
Chas. Doukas
Custom Tailorj
1319 So. University Ave.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
Arthur F. Marquardt
608 East Liberty
E. J. Wiemer _
119 So. Main
DELICATESSENj
Karolyn Kitchen
119 East Liberty-Phone 2620M
DRUG STORE
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store
208 South ain St.
Sugden Drug Co.
South U.

Hutzel's
Women's Shops
Main Shop-Main at Liberty
Branch
8 Nickels Arcade
The Lyndon Shop
The College Women's Favorite
Store for Immediate Needs
Mack & Co.
Main St. Second Floor
Headquarters for Furs
Zwerdling's-Established '1904
17 East Liberty

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Specialty Hat hop
117 East Liberty St.
Mack & Co.
Main St. Thid Floor
The Vogue Shoppe
I-Hats and Gowns
308 Maynard
Wesch Hat Shop
206 E. Liberty St.
LADIES WEAR

Rinsey & Helber
413 E. Liberty St., Phone 1194-R
Mabel A. Tolford
712 First National Bank Bldg.
Office Phone 1516 ,Res. Phone 2387-R
RESTAURANTS
Ann Arbor Restaurant
215 S. Main St.
Court Cafe
108 E. Huron St.

C. H. Clark
211 East Liberty St.

Forest Lunch
538 Forest Ave.
Our Planked Steaks
Three Bucks for Two People
Golden Oaks Inn
605 Forest Ave.
Parties, Luncheons and Dinners
Rice's Restaurant
120 W. Liberty St.
R. & S. Lunch
605 Church St.
Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Maynard. Phone 150
Utopian Cafe
1219 So. University
The Walworth
819 S. State St.

L.AUNIDRY'

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The Trojan Laundry
514 E. Williams St., Phone1981

SHOES

The Varsity Laundry Co.
Cor. Liberty St. and Fifth Ave.

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DRY GOODS
Ann Arbor Dry Goods
316 South Main St.
ELECTRICAL GOODS

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LAWN SEED & FERTILIZERS t
Ann Arbor Impliments Co.
110 S. Ashley
Harris Seed Store
Washington St. cor. Fifth Ave. f
LEATHER GOODS
F. W. Wilkinson
325 S. Main-Phone 24
MARKETS

Alexonder Inc.
Foot Wear For Men
State Street Over Calkins
Ann Arbor Custom Shoe Factory
Moccasins Made to Measure
From $5.50 Up
534 Forest Ave.
Campus Bootery
304 S. State
The William P. Purfield Shoe Store
123 E. Liberty St.
Wahr's Shoe Store
108 Main St.

Ernst Bros. Electric Shop
104 N .4th Ave.-Phone 2814-M

Prepare for ea ership

B USINESS leadership is a
matter of nental training and
ability plus a knowledge of busi-
ness principles and their practical
application to business life.
In addition to your undergraduate
work, which should serve as asolid
foundation, it will be well to con-
sider the advisability of special
training which will help to cut off
years of apprenticeship in the
business world.
Babson Institute offers an intensive
training course of one or two years
-which teaches the fundamental
principles of business and how to
apply them in the daily conduct of
commercial affairs?
By laboratory methods the student
is shown and taught the principles
of Executive Management which
have built many of America's
leading concerns.
Babson Institute is conducted for
the purpose of aiding young men,
who are to occupy positions of
responsibility and trust to fill such
positions ably and with credit to
themselves.
Babsonl
Institute
A scientificInstitution organized, not for profit, under
the educational laws of Massachusetts.
318 Wellesley Ave., Babson Park, Mass.

~'Note
Courses at Babson Institute
are so arranged that there are
three times a year at which
entrance may be made. Thus
the student may choose a
time most convenient to him.

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Blue Bird Uair Shoppe
,Phone 3168 5 Nickel's Arcade
Mack & Co.
Main St. Second Floor
Powder Puff Beauty Shop
Phone 993-R
1IULLIARI)PARLORS
The American Cigar Store
514 L. Williams St.
CAU WASJIING
Staebler & Sons
211 So. Ashley St.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
L. 0. Clapp
1119 S. University Ave.
Pressing 35c, Cleanin $1 25
Frank Cruikshank
1221 S. University Ave.
Goldman Bros.
Phone 13
Oswald Katz
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing
814 S. State-2383-J
ciy Woolfolk & Co.
G36 South State-
Creenwood And Kilgore
State Street, Over Calkins
The MNans Shop
Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main
Mack & Co.

FISH
Ann Arbor Fish Market
115 W. Washington
FOOTWEAR
Alexander Inc.
Footwear For , .n
State Street Over Calkins
FOUNTAIN PENS
J. F. Sanders
Security Fountain Pens
308 State St.
At (The) College Inn,
FOUNTAIN PEN MANUFACTURERS
Rider's Pen Shop
302 State Street
Sales and Service Home of Rider's
Master Pen
FRUIT
Ann Arbor Wholesale Fruit &
Produce Co.
Special rates to fraternities. Delivering
217 E. Washington. Phone 1007-R.
George Teroota
301 So. State St.
FURNITURE
Mack & Co.
Main St. Main Floor
GARAGES
Ann Arbor Nash Co.
A. C. Marquardt
521 South Main St.
GROCERS
Packard Grocery
802 Packard -
C'. R. Rash & Sons
1123 So. University Ave.
State4Street Cash Grocery
314 South State St.
IIARIARtE

The White Market
607 East Williams. Phone 582J
Fresh Meats and Groceries
GROCERIES AND MEATS
A. Lemble
530 Forest Ave.
Shaw Grocery Co.
709-711 Packard
MISCELLANEOUS

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Hamilton Business College
State and William Streets
P. B. Harding
Upholstering, Refinishing, Repairing
Phone 381-W 218 E. Huron
The Home Supply Store
209-211 East Washington St.
If you care to save on Underwear or
Sweaters
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Grinell Bros. Co.
116 S. Main
OFFICE SUPPLIES
The Mayer-SchairerCo.
162 South Main St.

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J. H, Lambert
613 E. Williams St.
Matt E. Ehnis
116 W. Liberty St.
Oscar's Shoe Repair
One Day Service
1114 S. University
Next To Van's Lunch
Russell Bucholz
111 W. Washington
Smith's
Quality Shoe Repair
Service
705 Packard at State Street
State Street Shoe Repairing Shop
301 So. State

ShOE REPAIRING
6. G. Andres Shoe Repair Shop
222 S. State St.
The Ann Arbor Shop
Hat Cleaned, Shoes Repaired-Shines
625 East Liberty St.
A. T. Cooch & Son
1109 South University

SMOKE SHOP
Blue Front Cigar Store
Cor. State, Packard and Arbor St.
Tobaccos, Soft Drinks and Student
Supplies
STUd)EN'tS SUPPLIES

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tumes that fit sunshine' and blue
skies, or the drab, dull"days.
Nothing could be of greater
service than a smart"ensemble
suit from the workrooms of
222 Niel els Arcade

Send for
this Booklet
It explains the unusualmethodspeculiar
to this institution by which men are
fitted at a minimum expenditure of
time for executive positions. Fall in
attached coupon.
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5Babson institute
318 Wellesley Avenue c
Babson Park, Mass.
Send me, without obligation.
"Training for Business Leader-
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about Babson Institute.
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OSTE PA TlS
Dr. W. S. Mills
D.WS.MlsOsteopathic Physician
616 First National Bank Bldg.
PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
The Stofflet Phono Shops
616 East Liberty St.
Brunswick Records
PH TOGRAPHS
Dey Studios
334 South State St.
Lyndon & Co.
719 N. University Ave.
Spedding Studio
619 East Liberty-Phone 604W.
RADIO
Home Radio Sales Co.
318 South Main St.

Larned Hardware
310 S. State Phone 1610
Meyer Hardware Co.
112 W. Liberty St.
Muehlig & Schmid
Hardware I
Sporting Goods and Electrical Supplies
205 S. Main St. Phone 574.

Graham's Bookstores
Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk
Slater' Book Shop
334 So. State St
Student Supply Store
1111 So. University
TAXI CAB
Red Toe Cab Co.
Phone 1200
TY PE WRITERuS
Hamilton Business College
State and William Streets
Underwood Portable
Typewriters
308 S. State. Phone 310-M.
INSURANCE
Rinsey & Helber
413 E. Liberty St., Phone 1194-R

Main St.

Third Floor

'l'inker And Company
Furni ,hers, Hatters and Clothers
Corner State end Williams
L. F. Wuerth Co.
Fashion Park Clothiers
Next to Wuerth Theatre downtown

Schumacher Hardware Co.
308-10-12 South Main St.
JEWELERS

Ann

REAL ESTATE

Arbor Home Builders' Ass'n.
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113 So. Main St.
Callu's
State Street Jewelers

Edwin ti. S Imi . amuei jcuu' z
408 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 3385 WALL PAPER A)ND PAINTS
Chas. L. Brooks C. 11. Major & Co.
215 First Nat. Bank Bldg. Wall Paper, Paints, Oils, Glass, etc.
Phones 315 and 3552 203 E. Washington St. Phone 237.

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Sihigan Cllection Agdency
317 First National Bank Bldg.

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