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August 24, 1965 - Image 25

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The Michigan Daily, 1965-08-24

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TUESDAY~, AUGUST 24, 1969

MA TEflNITIES AT MICHIG~AN

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"eThe fraternity builds its Prestige
by encouraging each individtual
member to become an uncomnbown
than. Those who place their faith~
in regimentation and mass
movemecnts decry this, but theirs
is not the way to f reedotn."

THE SOLITUDE'CONDUCIVE 'TO ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT..

INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL-Opportunity for Leatlership.

Fall Rush

Begins'September

12

MARK 0. HATFIELD
Governor of Oregon
Beta Theta Pi

'Traternit y life inspires intellectual
developmtent, spiritual and ethical
Points of view. This kind of
brotherhood molds and gentles
its young members and cballenges
themn through self -go vern nrunt,
courtesy, group living and character."

W t TIT AFM

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