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February 07, 1958 - Image 5

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7,1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MIXER:
Graduates
Plan Dance
Graduate students have planned
a weekend to give new students an
opportunity to meet each other
and old graduates.
Beginning with a social hour
from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at the
Veteran of Foreign Wars Hall, the
event is being sponsored by the
Graduate Student Council. ID
cards are necessary at this so-
cial hour.
At 7:30 p.m. Saturday a convo-
cation will be held in Rackham
Auditorium. The role of the grad-
uate student will be discussed.
This formal meeting will be fol-
lowed by an Open House in the
Rackham lounges. Students will
have an opportunity to meet fac-
ulty members.
Following the meeting a grad-
uate mixer will be held from 9
p.m. to midnight in the ballroom.
Paul McDonough's orchestra will
provide music for dancing.
McDonough is a graduate of the
University Law School. He is now
taking additional courses at the
University.

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For J-Hop
(Continued from Page 1)
Commenting on the possibility
of dropping J-Hop, Collins said he
"couldn't see the same type of
affair if it is to succeed."
Collins agreed with Champion
that rescheduling of the Univer-
sity calendar would help J-Hop
"considerably."
Reorganization of the J-Hop
Central Committee is already un-
der way.
SGC voted last year to remove
the election of committee mem-
bers from the spring all-campus
elections. Various methods of re-
placing the election are being dis-
cussed and the situation will be
resolved within several weeks, ac-
cording to Collins.
Champion said he prefers to
see last year's J-Hop chairman,
this year's, two J-Hop central
committee members and two
members of SGC form an inter-
viewing board to review petitions
submitted for central committee
positions.

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in the coat neck. When sitting down, always unbutton your coat;
this, too; will help preserve its shape. Your clothes budget will stretch
further if you're careful not to stretch your suit pockets, just avoid
overloading them. The life-length of your suits will also increase if
you let them hang a day or two between wearings.
Get a "Head Start"
For a "head-start" on grooming, always put your hat away on a
flat surface rather than on a hook. A soft brush or cloth is the best
aid in cleaning your hat and you can keep the hatband from staining
by putting Scotch tape inside the sweatband. A simple trick that will
make your shirts last longer is to turn the collar down before tying
your tie, rather than after. Remove plastic collar stays before having
a shirt laundered as extreme heat may fuse them.
Shine Those Shoes
Like suits, shoes will last longer if you give them a rest between
wearings. Don't wait until they're scuffed to polish them, shining new
shoes before wearing will help preserve the surface. For space-saving
as well as shoe-saving, try stuffing your shoes with socks when you're
packing for a trip. The socks will serve the same purpose as shoe trees.
When removing your tie, don't be lazy about it; untie the knot
instead of slipping it over your head. You'll seldom have to take an
iron to your ties if you'll hang them on a rack and let the wrinkles
fall out.

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SHIRTS AND BLOUSES
6.00
originally 7.98 to 14.98
right from our own regular
stock . . . the most sought-
after styles of the season
in a luxury fabric at tre-
mendous saving! paisleys,
prints, stripes, solids, soft
suit blouses, jewel necks,
hi-lo bow necklines; short
and three-quarter sleeves.
classic man-tailored shirts
with roll-up, three-quarter,
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