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T E - MCIH0AN DAILY SA

MemIber s chosen
By Honor Societies
(Continued iron Page 1)
initiates on "The Typical State Legis-
lature in Action" at the induction
ceremony to be held on May 17 at the
Union.
In making its selections Phi Kappa
Phi is unique in that it takes into
account grades, service to the Uni-
versity, personality, and activities.
New members selected are: George
G. Alder, John W. Anderson, Charles
B. Avery, Lowell F. $ailey,'Josephine
D. Banta, Helen J. Barr, Robert L.
Barton, Frank C. Benner, Mary E.

1cnnet" and Thurman E. B'ercav.
Edmund R. Blaske, Floyd A. Bond,
Donald F. Boucher, Charles D. Braid-
wood, Ralph J. Brookner, Anne T.
Brown, Stanley I. Busch, Helen E.
Byrn, Roy R. Coles, and Irving M.
Copilowish.'
Frederic 0. Crandall, Ruth M. Cun-
ningham, Ruth P. Demme, Carl T.
Devine, William B. Dick, Charles H.
Dufton, Willis F. Dunbar, Gregg L.
Dunlap, Robert B. Dunn, and Nor-f
man O. Eldred.
Don F. Engel, Paul H. Eschmeyer,
Stefan S. Fajans, Jere T. Ferrah, Jo-
seph M. Faust, Alfred P. Fishman,
Winston A. Flint, Sarah K. Forsythe,
Edward Ginsberg, and Milton L. Gold-
man.
Alexander A. Goloff, Martin Green-

berg, Joseph P. Harris, Jr., Robert
Haw, John Hay, William L. Heb-
bard, Truman H, Hoenke, Ralph A.
Hoxie; Robert L. Hunerjager, Kath-
leen L. Hussey, and J. Russell Jor-
dan.
Robert H. Judson, Sally M. Kenny,
Lucie C. Killin. Clyde F. Kohn, Hor-
ace Komm, Nancy J. Kover, Berta
Knudson, Oscar W. Ladd, Harold
Lief, and Lois C. Lillick.
/ Alfred H. Lovell, Jr., Edmon H.
Low, F. Earle Lyman, Mary Jane
Manchester, Wallace E. Manis, Harry
. Marshall, Harold A. Mathiak, Flor-
ence J. McConkey, Archibald W. Mc-
Millan and Marvin L. MichAel.
Vaden W. Miles, James W. Moffett,
Emma Louisa Moon, Charlotte M.
'Morehouse, Margaret L. Morse, Wil-

liam C. Morse, Lalah M. Myers, Harry
M. Nayer, John Oliver and John V.
Olson.
Wilbur K. Pierpont, Nicolo Pino,
Pauline E. Putnam, James A. Raw-
ley, Charles S. Rayment, Rena Ru-
benstein, Harold C. Rudolph, Jr.,
Robert B. Sanford, Leonard J. Sav-
age, and Vernon E. Schaefer, Jr.
Alfred -L. Schindler, Elizabeth L.
Schneider, Jane V. Schwab, Faye I.
Seid, Edward R. Sheckman, Ina K.
Smits, Bernard B. Siegel, Joseph H.
Spitzley and Sydney O. Steinborn.
Irene C. Stilson, Louise H. Stone,'
George W. Stroebe, William S. Thal,
Elbridge P. Vance, Henry W. Wal-
lace, Alice E. Woodruff, Otto B. Wurz-
burg, Jr., Alvin F. Zander and Victor
M. Zerbe.

Big

Rapids Wins State High Debate Title

(.ontinued fIromPage 1) United States and Great Britain
end-of-session rush, and a trading of Should Form an Alliance." He also
votes in a bicameral system. declared that the Association would
The affirmative team claimed that sponsor weekly broadcasts over Sta-
since both houses represent the same tion WJR to aid the high school de
interests in the same proportion, two baters with their work.
houses were unnecessary and tended The teams competing in the finals
to be inefficient. advanced by a series of eliminations
Mr. Arthur Secord, Manager of the from a field of 237 high schools
Forensic Association and varsity de- through out the State. Both teams
bating coach, who introduced the were awarded large bronze trophy
chairman of the speech and general cups presented by the University Ex-
linguistics department announced tension Division, and each member
that the topic for next year's na- of the finalists was awarded a gold
tional competition, "Resolved, That wrist watch by the Detroit Free Press.

Cups were also presented to the
semi-finalist teams,, Bessemer A. D.
Johnston and Howell High Schools,
by Professor Sanders.
The judges for the debate were
Prof. J. T. Marshman of Ohio Wes-
leyan University, Prof. G. E. Dens-
more and Prof. Carl G. Brandt of the
University department of speech and
general linguistics.
The debate marked the end of the
annual Forensic Day program at the
University and the 1937-1938 season
of the Michigan High School Foren-
sic Association.

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WEATHER:
SUNNY

SOUTH

it

NEWS

"'Shop at South U,
It's Convenient
for You!"

,., .,,

r

South University Stores Are.
Found Convenient To Students
Residing East Of The Campus

a block or two from home, get
what they want and scuttle
back to their rooms - no long
walks, just quick service.
No wonder even the mer-
chants have been surprised at
how students east of campus
have taken their stores to
heart !

LOOK CAREFULLY
AT THIS PAGE!
Showing you a convenient sec-
tion to find almost every one
of your needs at good prices
and exceptional service.
SOUTH U - The Campus City

Read It In The
South 'U' News

Miniature Main Street Is Found
In S. University Shopping District

Marching along , , , steps,
steps . . . feet ache, shoes pinhc
. That's What runs through
the student mind 'on this cam-
pus of wide open spaces and
auto bans. Walk to class, walk
home to eat, walk to class, walk,
walk, walk.
And that's why merchants in
the South University district
built such pretentious estab-
lishments there. "Why," they
asked themselves, "should the
student, all ready tired from
the eternal walking he is forced
to do, have to march down to
State St.,or Main St. for mer-
chandise:"
No good reason; they decided
and that's why students on the
east side of campus -can now
drop into an establishment only{

... fit

WE HOPE

that the

Reader has

FOR EXPERT, CAREFUL andr
COURTEOUS SERVICE
Patronize a Shopof Distinction,
Modern in Every Respect.
Lirette's Barber Shop
1308 South, University Ave.

found the place to go
for the things he de-
sires.

GROCERIES,,
L. A. TOWNLEY is prepared to furnish you
with a selection of fine groceries and vegetables.
Conveniently located, we can supply your every
need.
MEATS....
Here is your opportunity to save on premium
quality meats. Compare qualit and prices!
L. A. TOWNLEY can satisfy your demands for
the best!
SHOP and SA VE at

41T PAYS TO

LOOK YOUR BEST"

When the old grad comes
back to Ann Arbbr, there's an
inevitable remark: "You know
in the old days, there were just
two shopping districts, Main
and State Streets. But now a
fellow could get everything he
wanted within five blocks of
fraternity row-he'd just have
to walk over to the South
University district stores."
It's not an isolated comment
by a long ways-and for good
reason when one considers the
newest of Ann Arbor's com-
mercial centers will sell you
books, jewelry, drugs, clothing,
shoes and groceries as well as
offering tempting food, clean-
ing service and shoe repairing.
Delivery services are main-
tained by most of the South
University district stores. Mer-
chants point out, however, that
there's not much need of hav-
ing a thing delivered when you
can stop by on your way back
to the fraternity, sorority,
league or rooming house and
get anything from shoes to
sodas.

Quality.

Dominates

ot

South University

i

Pert
is. the.,Word

for It..°

tit M .I
f ~ .

ARGUS
CAM ERAS,
Photo Accessories
Photo Finishing
Pipes Tobacco.
Drugs
SPECIAL NOW!
DELICIOUS
Noon7Day Lunches
BEER --- WINES
*LIQUORS
Sold All Day!
CARLSON'S
DRUG STORE
1112 South University
Phone 5533

DRUGS

CANDY

1123 South U. - Corner.
Phone 2-3161 for Free.

14c
A SHIRT properly laundered
adds to your appearance.
ACE LAUNDRY
1212 South U.

L. . TOWN LY

Meet M At
WIKEL'S
for a delicion
dish of
Ice Cream
Michigan's Best
WIKEL DRUG CO.
across from Engineering Arch

#li I

Mention the Michigan
Daily when patronizing
these advertisers.

Lubrication - Car Washing
Tire & Battery Service

South U. & Church
Delivery Service.

ESTABLISHED 1898
EBOOKS
EVERYBODY .

for

cool, crisp and pretty-
as - a - picture! Stay'
fresh and gay even on
the hottest day in one
of these a d o r a b1e
frocks.

LIBRARIES
SINGLE BOOKS
OUT-OF-PRINT BOOKS

GAINSLEY BROS.

Tobacco

SODA

Barthell's Book Store
1216 So. Univ. Dial 4436

South U. at Forest

I'l

I Iii,.

We call for and deliver - Phone 9286
Ignition, Starter & Generator Repairing

,t! t
h
Y
fq ' F:'2 .
1 , a° n
q. "
$:
,:.;
Y
7
w\1 .:,
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T

he World
SMILES
South "U"

Washing Lubrication
Motor Tune-Up - Complete Brake Service
Only complete WEAVER Brake Tester in the State
Brakes and Wheel Alignment - Tcsted FRUEE

l

Il

DUelightf Luidresses for now-
priceless for all Summer, be-
cause they're cool and fresh
looking! Wide choice of new,
new styles with bared neck-
lines, tiny waists set off with
sparkling belts - and their
skirts are miracles of motion!
.95to $7.95

Masnau n' Staord Service
South U. at Forest Phone 9296 for FREE Pick-uP & Delivery

on

DO-NUT forgget
to try our
PLAIN or FANCY

Q h
Don't forget your favorite
strawberry shortcake, splashed
with whipped cream!
R &S RESTAURANT
605 Church Street

Exclusive Handlers
of
Lanz of Salsburg
DR ESSES

SHOE REPAIRING
We are the oldest firm
this side of the campus.
Serving the students and
faculty . since 1909.
COURTESY - SERVICE
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
A. T. CQOCH &SON

Gordon Critchell
1216 So. University
Bibliographies Assembled
EXPERT TYPING DONE
Phone 3712 or 4436
Lose Something? ? ?
Find Something ?
Want to Sell Something?

also

HATS, VEILS
WEDDING VEILS
Made To Order.

BUY THEM
BY THE BOX

CALL 23- 24-1

LAURA BELLE SHOP

Brown Jug
1204 South University

June Grey
1113 So. University

CLASSIFIED AD
SERVICE

1108 South University

1109 S. Univ.

Ph. 6565

C. L. PETTIBONE

PHONE 8688

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