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May 23, 1931 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-05-23

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l C H i G A N

DAILY

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CONVENIENT

PLACE

TO

SHOP

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SHOPPING

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ye. now.

IRD HAIR
H'OP
cels Arcade
ne 9616

IN THE.

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You are able to con-
veniently make your
varied purchases.

cats
Lots at
$30'0
and

Saturday. Well, I've been wait-
ing for this day because it is the
only time I get any sieep (except in
class), and also get around and get
a few things off my chest. (Yes,
it's rapidly developing, thanks to
Lionel Strongarm). I always look
forward to Saturday anyway, for
that's when the check rolls in.
Nothing like a check, y'know, unless
it happens to be one the girl-friend
runs up.
It's becoming a habit,-stopping
in at the bank every Saturday, even
though the deposit isn't one that
would rise up and smack you down.
I've been on this camus off and on
now (I mean that, off and on-
cometimes here and the rest in
Detroit, but never Ypsi), and
they've always treated me with"
more respect that one finds on this
campus (especially from the profs).
But anyway, after fattening up my
account (yes, it is fat considering
the way it was the last time I
opened my check book), who should
I meet but George Dusenberg, iron-
''ical editor of the Diagonal (advt.),
who was looking neither to the right
nor left. I imagine it was because
several stttdents have been shadow-
ing him in a chance to waylay him
for that 'White Elephant,' although
I didn't notice any elephant on the
'Ensian cover (advt.). He seemed
sort of relieved when I asked him to
drop in and have a drink (coke)
at the Betsy Ross Shop. There we
met Paul Cix (pronounced sex)
'Showers, elated, I suppose, since the
Ann Arbor ministerial association
has asked him ton get out some
sort of pamphlet on "Why College
Humor Magazines Should Be Sup-
pressed."
After leaving there, I decided I
needed a hair cut, and went down
to see Hart at the Arcade barber
shop. Have been going there for
some time now, buts their stock
soared right up when I breezed in.
My face is slowly creeping back on
me and I never have a whole lot of
hair to get cut, but when I do, I
like a job done right. Who should
I meet in there but Bob Carson, in
a hurry as usual. His band is one
of the best on the campus. ,Imagine,
floating along with your girl in my
arms (that would make a good
theme song), slow like. I. never
did 'like to run a race with an or-
chestra. They always win.
Being in a spending mood (those
days are rare, however, for general-
ly I haven't anything to spend), I
stepped in the Arcade jewelry shop.
I had been gazing at a ring in the
window for so long that I couldn't
suppress my desire any longer
(after Freud), and bought it.
Since spring is really here (you
wouldn't know it, though), I broke
down and got a pair of sport shoes
at Murphy's Boot Shop. Since
we're the Harvard of the West
(New York papers please copy), one
has to keep up with the Jones'.
Just as I was coming out of
Goodhew's Flower Shop, where I
bought some flowers, who should
come along but several women,
breezing out of the Blue Bird Hair
Shop with a permanent that was

permanent. I've a date with one
of them. Perhaps she'll have on
a new hat, for they went in Dana
Richardson's Shop, and a new dress,
for she was carrying a box with
the Rubley Shop label on it.

Mmphy Boot Shop

Graduation,
Showers,
Weddings,
Keepsakes and
Tokens of Appreciation
CANDLES in beautiful
Spring colors and in all
sizes, at popular prices.
The gift you buy from us
today, becomes the Keep-
sake of tomorrow.

NICKEL'S

ARCADE

foken _ -} op
2 Nickels Arcade
Opposite Post Office

Your unrestricted choice of J. Murphy
quality Sport Shoes at reduced prices*

Fountain Specialties

Light L

Sport Shoes

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WE SPECIALIZE

Gifts and
Greeting Ci

The BETSY ROSS SHOI

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$10.00

Candies

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For

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June Brides

and

WRIST

Graduates

TATCHES

or Graduation\

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Flowers First
because
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bob

THAT HAIRCUT!
When you need a good
haircut, shampoo, or
shine, get it at

orchestras

dial

carsoh's

2°3559

THE {
ARCADE

BARBER SHOP

IA AMONDS

FRATERNITY
AND COSTUME

JEWELRY

Silk Lingerie
of
Caressing Softness
June Brides and .June Grad-
-cates are a° symbol of lov'eli-
ness and therefore lovely gifts
are the order of the day.
The u n d e r w e a r we are
showing is true expression of
beauty. White Gowns and
Dance Sets to match, of satin,
flat crepe and pussywillow.
What is a more fitting gift?
White Gloves
New Purses
Jewelry
RUBLEY

S

Before You Go Abroad

Flowers Last
A Corsage
for
the Graduate

WA TCH

NICKELS ARCADE

JEWELRY
REPAIRING

REPAIRING

Well, I started from the one endl
of the Arc about two hours ago,'
and, noticing Junior (H.O.W. III),
going into the Caravan Token Shop,
I thought I'ddrop in there too and
see what the old boy was up to.
Y'know, one can never tell any-
thing about him-he's always do-
ing the unexpected. He was look--{
ing for some pictures and a lamp
for his room. I ended up by get-
ting some book-ends.; , V
Well, the Daily is yelling for copy
-as usual.

If your girl or your
sister or even your third
cousin is graduating its
up to you to see that she,
gets flowers. And of
course you want the best
that you can get and for
that reason we suggest
that yougo to.
Goodhew' s
Nickels Arcade

Turn -Over Your CaresTo Us
Forget worry, and enjoy your trip to the full.
Consult us about care of your securities, redemption
of bonds, safe deposit, trust funds. We will be glad
to attend to a surprising number of matters which
might otherwise trouble you.
As to travel funds, we will be pleased to provide
letters of credit and A. B. A. Cheques, the official
travel cheque of the American Bankers Association.
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank
101-107 So. Main St. Branch-330 So. State St.
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital and Surplus $500,000.00

Arcade

Jeweler

SHOP

16 Nickel's Arcade

Carl F. Bay

NICKEL'S ARCADE

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