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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY

ndergraduate Scholarship

Students

Color Helps Make
Dormitory Rooms
Livable,_Cheerful
The only thing to do to relieve
that horrible sinking feeling which
assails the new student during the
long and lonely evenings is to enter
upon an extensive campaign to make
your cell-like room a bit, more
like home. And extensive is the
correct adjective, for one can never
achieve the desired effect by merely
draping the old high school pennant
over the dresser and calling it a day.
The first thing to do is to brighten
up the general atmosphere by adding
a few warm colors to the dull gray
background. These may be most
easily added by making draperies of
some bright colored material, which
may also be utilized to camouflage
those eccentrically placed alcoves and
niches which seem to be the distin-
guishing feature of dormitory rooms.
They may be hung straight in order
to give height to the low ceilinged
room, or draped artistically to give
a cozy atmosphere.
Of course, durability and prac-
ticality are of prime importance,
and draperies may be durable and
practical as well as bright and color-
ful. Cretonnes are always good and
come in all sorts of exotic colors and
designs, with glazed cretonne espec-
ially popular because it sheds dust
and dirt. A little more subdued in
color though still decorative is monks
cloth which looks like a glorified bur-
lap sacking, while theatrical gauze in
Seyfried Jewelers
Dealers in Watches,
Clocks and Jewelry
HIGH GRADE REPAIRING
304 South Main St.

Holders
LIBRARY HOURS
During Orientation Week the Gen-
eral Library will be open from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Beginning Monday, Sep-
tember 24, the library will resume
its regular hours, 7:45 a.m. to 10 p.m.
SMITH ON LEAVE
Shirley W. Smith, vice-president
and secretary of the University, has
been granted a leave of absence to
Jan. 1, 1935 by the Board of Regents
because of ill health.
all the pastel shades may be hung
in strips to give a rainbow effect.
The rugs or carpet should carry
out the general effect and color
scheme initiated by the draperies.
If you come from the wide open
spaces and hate the cooped up feel-
ing of a tiny room, you should use
a large carpet to give an effect of
spaciousness. On the whole the soft,
cool colors, grays, blues, and violets,
give the same illusion of space when
combined in simple lines and orderly
groupings.

Miss Alice Lloyd, dean of women,
in extending a message of welcome to
freshmen women, said, "It is my priv-
ilege to say a special word of welcome
to the women who are entering the
University.
It is so much a matter of course
to you to go .to college that it does
not strike you as particularly sur-
prising that you are all here in such
numbers and are welcomed at your
state university.
"Since 1871, the doors of this Uni-
versity have been open to women. Now
we welcome you with dormitories
with club houses, with an office that
has no other interest than your
welfare. The University offers you
unlimited opportunities. Let us help
you use them."
have a senior class of scholarship
holders. To qualify for the scholarship
during consecutive years, a certain
high scholastic average must be
maintained.
F reshmen!
' We're ready for you
with new Fall clothes
In a week you'll be out "rarin'
to go," tearing across the
campus . . . teaing at The
League ... rushed by sorori-
ties. .. dancing at The Union.
There are certain "must
have's" that every fashion
conscious woman intuitively
seeks in rounding out her
wardrobe.
You'll find yours among our
Hats . . . Dresses . . . Sports
wear . . . hosiery . .
The
ELIZABETH DILLON
GOWN SHOP
605 East William
Just a Block from Campus E

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KELLOGG
CORSET SHOP
The only shop in
Ann Arbor de-
voted complete-
ly to Corsetry.

Dial 3110

110 East Liberty

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To those who are new on the campus, our
officers will be glad to give sound financial
advice. Those familiar with the campus
already realize our position as a leading
financial institution.
"The Deposits in thi bank are insured by the Federal
Deposit Insurance Corporation in the manner and to
the extent provided by the Banking Act of 1333."
Ann Arbor Savings BanK
Campus Office: 707 North University Avenue
Main Office: Main and Huron Streets

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FRESHMEN

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DON'T
LET
CLOTHES
SPOIL
YOUR FUN!
Of course, by that we mean the condition of your
clothes. Whether it's a rushing tea, party or football
game ... or just plain everyday living, you naturally
feel better in clean clothes.
Let the upperclassmen give you a tip to send your
clothes to SWISS CLEANERS and have the job done
right. And don't forget, the fall hat season is on.
Be sure and have it cleaned before classes start so
you can walk down the diagonal with a carefree air,
knowing that your attire is correctly groomed. Swiss
clean your clothes cleaner. Call us today and let us
Prove it.

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