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August 24, 1965 - Image 26

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Michigan Daily, 1965-08-24

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GL FOUR

'FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN

TUESDAY, AUGUST '24.1985

GE FOUR FRATERNITIES AT MICHIGAN TUESDAY. ATJE~ATW1' ~L

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BEN HIBBS
Senior Editor, Reader's Digest
Sigma Phi Epsilon
"One of the finest things about
,fraternity life is that it teaches a
inan how to get along with his
fellow human beings. The intelligent
relationship of a vtan to his fellow
IJWIS not1o0711 is essential but can
be one of the -most reivardig
things this fife has to offer."

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CREATIVITY IS ABUNDANT AMO~NG FRATERNITY MEN.

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SOCIAL LIFE Is a Catalyst to Personality Development.

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A SNOWBALL FIGHT and a Seremide-Two Longstanding
Fraternity -Sorority Traditions.

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