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May 04, 1940 - Image 6

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AGE SIT~H EMICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1140

SouthUniversity
DURING THE PAST FEW YEARS the rapid growth of the

Parade of Progress...

South University shopping district has demonstrated the
success of bringing stores to the doorstep of fraternity and
sorority row on Washtenaw Avenue.
Smart residents of the Washtenaw district have found the
stores of South University Avenue are able to provide nearly
all the articles necessary to the student and the housekeeper.
Restaurants, drug stores, men's and women's clothing stores,
barber shops, beauty shops, and grocery stores save the up-
town resident countless needless steps through their prox-
imity.
The relaurants giving service to the resident of the dis-
trict have a wide range of cuisine and prices, ranging from
the casual Gridiron Shop, where the prevalent student taste
for the hamburger is assuaged, to the "Varsity Grill", which
permits its patrons the convenience of a dance floor. Other
stores which sell meals to the residents of the district are
the "Brown Jug", popular as a place for a "coke" date on
the way home, the Carlson Pharmacy, and the University
Drug Store.

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Stores on South University catering to the need for male
apparel are Rogers' and Charleys' Men's Wear Shop. The
well-known bootery of H. W. Clark on, Forest Street sells
shoes to many students and townspeople. The feminine de-
partment of the Rogers store will supply the coed, as will the
June Grey Shop, and the Town and College Shop.
Lirette's Barber Shop, within a stone's throw of fraternity
row, can take care of the most fastidious male taste in the
matter of barbering and shaving. Lirette's also boasts the
added convenience of a bootblack.
For women, the South University district boasts many
competent beauty shops, notably the Raggedy Ann Shop, the
Groornwell Beauty Salon, and Jean's Beauty Shop.
Grocery stores which attend to the needs of the house-
keeper and casual buyer of groceries are numerous in this
district. These are Jack's Grocery Store, Townley Brothers'
Food Store, and Kroger's.
Other stores which purvey to the various needs of the up-
town resident are numerous and varied. Among these-are
the Student Cleaning Agency, which provides good clean-
ing and dyeing service at exceptionally low prices; Manausa's
Gas Station, and the Varsity Flower Shop.

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Re-modeled
and
Open Nites
So you can drink your
"cokes" at our "Coke
Bar" and dance to our
"Juke Box."

RIGHT
"DRESSES"
DRESSES
BLOUSES
HATS
VEILS
JUNE GREY
1113 So. University

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JERN'S
Beauty Slitop
530 Forest Ave. Phone 5940

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MANHATTAN
SPORTSWEAR

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NEW ARRIVALS
i n cotton
dresses .. .

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CHOPS.. . STEAKS
DINNERS
PLATE LUNCHES
VARSITY
GRILL
1116 South "U"
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arnbray and
kski n at $3.95
CRUISE JACKETS
ANKLETS
HOSIERY

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5atisfie d?
You bet I am ... Lirette's are
the best barbers I've even had.
They give the quick efficient
service which means so much.
And you've never found a
friendlier bunch.

L" vo,11cid otisine,
Super Seruice and Delightful
Ahn.ospherer
GRIMRON ,
ARISTOCRATIC
HAMBURGS
5c and 1 Qc

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JACK'S

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FLOWERS..

Quality Food
Market

Superbly
Styled

LIRETTE'S
Barber Shop
1308 South University

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1306 S. Univ.

Phone 8 570

VARSITY
FLOWER SHOP

ROGERS
07 South Univ.

ROGERS
1107 South Univ.

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DRUGS and SUNDRIES
PRJESCRIPTION SERVICE
SODAS "SUNDAES MALTEDS
PLAIT LUNCIIES our Specially
CARILSON'S Pharmacy
111 2 S. University Phone 5533
P1ml\ERiY SEI v E

THANKS tot
methods you c
Phone 2-3161

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58th Anniversary
SALE
KROG R Grocery
1213S. University Phone99123
The Perfect Spot-
For a Cup of coffee and a ried
cake, for a delicioushhamburg,
for a speecial dinner:

H. W. CLARK
1_?nglish Boot and Shoe Maser
Our shoe repair department----the
best in the city. Prices are right.
SOUTH FOREST AVENUE

Town and
College Shop 11

Washing .. * Lubrication
Mater Tune-Up . . . Complete Brake Service . . . Only
complete WEAVER Brake Tester in the State Brakes and
Wheel Alignment ... Tested FREE. Atlas Tires, Tubes, and
Accessories.

Spring Beauty
Step blithely into Spring with a
hairdress that becomes you indivld-
itally and puts you in the front
ranks of fashion.
OO EILiff"
EAUTV SHOP

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THE BROWN JUG
1204 Sout Univ.

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MA N SAI
S(.)Ljtl, U. aL FOI-csL

STANDAUD SERVICE
Phone 9296 for Free Pick-up and Delivery

presents

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AGEDYA ANN
iaty Shop1
1114 South Univ. Phone 7561

COLLEGIATE
FASHIONS IN
CASUAL., FOR-
MAL A N D
SPORTS WEAR,

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the miracles of modern purchasing and distributing
an buy better food at lower prices than ever before.
and convince yourself of our superior service.

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CONVENIENCE
HIGH QUFlLITY
Ti, /"I/"\ T /N A /rf"K TU

your
Service..
QUICK, DEPENDABLE
CORY CLEANING
special 0C

Great Savings'Manhattan Shirts .. Old Styles
$2.50 Value ......... $1.45
Manhattan Polo Shirts
$1.00 Value ............500
...35c
Socks . . . 50c value --35c
3 for $1.00
'l'ies, $1.00 Value ........65+c
Sport Slacks ...... ..25%0 off
Walk a few steps
and Save Dollars
CUSTOM CLEANERS
Suits Cleaned & Pressed?-65c
Lash & Carrv

Meet Your Fr*iends
At Ann Arbor's Most Modern Soda Fountain

"Evcrything in Ref resh-ments"

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S'('-)'I-W%' - 'QTNI-)AFq " MATTFnC.

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