THE MICHIGAN DAILY
-ha Phi Omega
ATTIRE RANGES FROM JEANS TO TUXEDOES:
From J-Hop to Blue Book Blues, Dances Play a Traditional Role
J' Campus, City, Nation
By SUE ROBINSON
leing affiliated with the Boy
its of America, our main pur-
s are to aid the community,
University and the nation as.
icipating citizens and to help
fraternity itself," Lew Boch-
'59, administrative vice-presi-
t of Alpha Phi Omega, com-
unded in 1925, Alpha Phi
ega, the National Service Fra-
ity, was started by a group of
ner Boy Scouts who wished to
ct into their campus activities,
standards and ideals they had
ned as former Scouts.
i its 32nd year of existence on
campus, Alpha Phi Omega is
>ared to service the University
s students and faculty alike.
ne of the most important serv-
its members render is during
fall and spring registration,
ods. At these times, the fra-
city members operate an in-
nation booth, check each of
University's students' railroad
ets, and do all they possibly
to help the faculty counselors.
"Last semester," Gordon Parker,
'58, the fraternity's president add-
ed, "some of our members ushered
at the Glee Club concert at Hill
Auditorium and also guided the
visiting high school students and
teachers around the University
during their visit here in connec-
tion with University Day."
In addition to the other services
they do, the fraternity will produce
posters and mimeograph anything
that any organization asks them
to do with only a slight charge for
Recently the chapter here at
the University attempted to estib-
lish a branch of its counterpart,
Gamma Sigma Sigma, the Girls
Service Sorority, but due to Uni-
versity "red tape" their attempts
Their office in the Student Ac-
tivities Building is open to all who
require their free services on Mon-
day through Friday from 1 to 5
p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m.
Dances play a traditional role
at the University ranging from
very formal dances where tuxedos
are the order to the casual ones
where jeans are the appropriate
Numerous campus committees
are busy throughout the year
planning dances for special occa-
sions, schools and classes.
The first all campus dance of
the year, I-Hop will be"held Sept.
27 at the League Ballroom. Spon-
sored by Assembly Association, the
theme for the semi-formal dance
is "Shades of Savannah."
I-Hop is a traditional two-way
bid dance on campus and this year
will feature two orchestras, Jill
Clarridge, '61, general chairman,
An added spark to the football
season is Homecoming weekend,
complete with a dance to welcome
back University alumni to the
campus. An all campus event, there
is usually a well known band to
provide the music.
Affiliated women hold a semi-
formal coed bid dance, Panhel
Ball, scheduled for Nov. 1.
SLIDE RULE RIVALRY OCCURS ANNUALLY!
This is Joan
She welcomes "1962"
You'll get to know her all through the year as
"THE GIRL FROM MADEMOISELLE"
Here Joan gives you the "scoop" on
just two of your "Michigan musts"
The Trench Coat
You'll wear it day and night;
rain or shine; fall and spring
plaid lined or plain lined;
but you can't do without it.
The store called "home" by Dalton
Cashmeres, Ann Fogarty dresses, Lassie
coats, Haymaker shirts, Country Set
sportswear, Wondamere fur blends,
Catalina sweaters, and SO very many
The Crew Neck Sweater
You'll wear your brushed Shetland
sweater like a uniform in. many of our
10 colors. With it the inevitable
league shirt and smart wool skirt.
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