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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1933
Lovely Interfraternity Council upper-class women, and a bureau Alpha Gamma Delta Is
ove1S l ' 1 which has, been established to ini-
Plans 'Hello Day' At U.C. whcba be stbihdt i Located. In New Hlome
tiate freshmen women into campusae
a1 .a r i S ee ss In connection with the fact that activities is expected to prove valu- AlphmnGamma Delta sorority
our Interfraternity Council is plan- able in helping them make contacts e chapter house was destroyed
lay Of 011 1CO ning its first dance in the history of early in their college careers. by fire last spring, has erected a new
the campus, it is interesting to note English style home on Hill Street.
illat the same organization at the DELTA ALPHA EPSILON The building is of reclaimed brick
Campus notables and smart upper- j with large casement windows across
our ciassmen appeared among the University of California at Los An- The alumni who returned to the the front. It is decorated inside in
throngs of freshmen who crowded geles is promoting a wide-spread Delta Alpha Epsilon house for rush- early American style.
BOW the Union dance floor Saturday riendship campaign. Several other ing are: Joseph Schermack of De-_
night at the first dance of the sea- campus organizations are aiding by troit, Alex Murray, George Bailey, READ THE DAILY
s Su- son. Approximately 350 couples were planning various affairs, which will James Spencer, and Emil Fredericks,
meet brsn A hrxmately 3oupes me i bing together students among the all of Ann Arbor. CLASSIFIED ADS
ndel- pesenf the majority othem7.em widely divergent interests who would---- - - -
>f in- ers of the class of '37. not otherwise meet.
rious Bt',One of the events which is ex-
looking charming in blue satin. pected to cause a friendly campus
g, ac- Isabel Bonicave, '34, wore brown spirit is 'Hello Day" which is a tra-
pres- crepe in an attractive semi-formal dition at U. C. L. A. In addition to
voted style. Ann Mitchell, '35, looked this there will be a dinner for non-
heads quietly lovely in brown crepe and organization men and affairs to
wel- satin, her gown's severity relieved by bring together men and women of
Miss rows of fagoting. various groups. The "Senior Sister"
Har- Jean Hanmer, one of the best- movement is expected to increase
f the known sophomores, wore black and friendliness between freshmen and
ther- pale pink. Betty Aigler, '35, appear- r
year's ed in an attractive two-piece model Barr, '35, in steel gray; Doris Gimmy,
u, '35, of brown silk, with fur bands on '35; Madeline Coe, '35; were among
>more the sleeves, and a contrasting touch the dancers. Julie Kane, '36, dressed
'36, of beige print at the throat. in a rust silk model, while Jean See- o 6 ve +.
ntern Virginia Hugg, '35, Harriet Olek- ley, '36, was lovely in the ever-pop-
pres- suich, '35, in mown velvet; Helen ular black and white.
Cosmetics of Finest Quality
nson, Announcing the Opening
n for Of JACOBSON'S BEAUTY SALON
a o on Saturday September 23
te Besure your clothes are being carefully e invite you to inspect the
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ush- methods known to man, and most impor- oils. We have all the details of modern cosmetic
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craftsmen who have made cleaning of astringents, lotions, oils, mascara, artificial eye
women's clothing a specialty for years. lashes and artificial finger nails.
Let Marian Chadsey, our technician,
Eformerly with the Fifth Avenue Shop,
give you a complimentary makeup.
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