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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PRICE OF DIVERSITY:

GAGE LINEN SHOP
is the logieale enter for your
GIFT-BUYING
Bath Towel sets 3.40 - 3.85 - 5.00 - 6.25
Matching fingertips 40c - 50c - 65c - 75c each
Scarfs, silk or wool, square or long
Handkerchiefs for men and women
A wide selection of Christmas designs in table cloths,
tea towels with matching aprons, cocktail napkins
and handkerchiefs, aprons of all descriptions and
prices.
Place Mats - Straw, plastic, match stick and Looper
--35c, 50c, 75c 1.00 and up.
Tablecloths, place mat sets, bridge and luncheon sets
Linen toaster and Mixmaster covers-
Hot roll covers, guest towels, sheet sets, pillow cases
Bathroom rugs, Lidcovers, shower curtains are just
a few of our many gift items.
Come in while our selections are at their best
and where Quality has no substitute.
GAGE LINEN SHOP
Open 9:00 to 5:30 Monday thru Saturday
11 NICKELS ARCADE

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Christmas Greeting Cards More Elaborate, More Expensi

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se e dto h sta a 0Ik1JJ'. L0 1
send a Christmas card. cards sold thus far. "Most people
All one had to do was to run N ho send out lots of cards order
down to the local general store ahead of time, so that they can
and pick one out of a pickle bar- have their name engraved on the
rel. so to speak. The cost was not crs"teslsoa eotd
high, five cents a card, and the ! "Our individual and small box
verse was simple. card sales do not really begin un-
A rather different scene has til the second week in December."
since arisen. The price for diversi- "Normal" Christmas cards are
fication runs high . .. somewhere not the only cards available, how-
in the neighborhood of 15 to 25 ever. In specialty shops imported
cents for a "normal" Christmas cards from many lands can be
card, according to a local sales- found. Yule cards from Switzer-
woman. "Any nice-looking 'meri- land. Belgium, Holland. Germany.
can made Christmas card with a England. France, Italy, Spain and
religious, traditional or contem- other countries generally cost fif-
porary design," is a "normal" teen cents apiece.
Christmas card, she said. Foreign Cards "Better Made"
Gives Card Sales "Foreign cards are generally
"The modern cards sell parti- made much better than those in
cularly well in this University the United States," the elderly
community," she continued. "But proprietor of a shop which carries
in total sales, the traditional cards both types noted. "They are not
showing Christmas trees, Santa products of mass production as
Clauses and other typically 'Yule are the cards made here."
scenes still reign supreme." J"'You don't pay for the weight
She indicated there has been of paper products when shipping
very little difference between this them from overseas," he contin-
year and last in the number of ued. "Rather, you pay for the

amount of space they take up." He indicated that most

INTERNATIONAL GREETING - Merry Christmas wishes are
printed in three languages-English, French and Spanish on the
inside of this card, being sold on campus by Student Government
Council for the benefit of the United Nations Children's Fund.

Hatchers To Hold Annual Christmas Open House

By JANE BENDER
President and Mrs. Hatcher will
hold their Christmas Open House
between 4 and 6 p.m. Wednesday
at their home.
Mrs. Hatcher emphasized thatj

an informal chat with the Presi-
dent and herself. Dress, she stress-
ed, is informal.
The Psurfs, a singing group from
the Law School, will provide the
entertainment. This group was

all students are invited to the open founded as the Ann Arbor Surf-
house "to begin the Christmas board Riding and Mountain Climb-
season with festivity." The after- ing Society in 1941. Due to the
noon, she said, will be spent with fact that there is no place to ride
entertainment, refreshments, and a surfboard or climb a mountain

near Ann Arbor, the organization quainted with the President and
took singing as a substitute and his home.
called themselves the Psurfs. The House Has Tradition
"P" stands for pseudo. The Presidents' home, built in
The members are: Richard Ka 1841, is the oldest budlding on
baker, 59L, Thamie Maoros, '59L, campus. It originally had eight
Richard Bourne, '60L,'Gerald Ige, rooms, but several presidents since
'59L, IDon Hovey, '62L, Glenn then have added rooms. President
Sperry, '60L, Paul Lange, '60L, Bell and Mrs. Hatcher contributed the
Bowser, '59L, and direbtor Clay outdoor terrace.
Williams, '60L. Since the house was designed by
To Sing Carols an Eastern architect, it resembles
Among the songs they will pre- homes of that region built in the
sent are: "Mary's Boy Child." a 1880's. Characteristic with J its

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calypso Christmas carol; "Mary
Had a Baby," an Appalachian
song; "Oral Lee" and "The Boar's
head."
Music Makers have the Merriest Christmas These open houses began in
M ake s hn et es Ch ist asl1935 with President Alexander G.
Ruthven, and from then grew to
be a University tradition. Since
FINEST BRASS and WOODWIND INSTRUMENTS thonreedifferentsosois,
ternities and dormitories.
METRONOMES - GIFT ACCESSORIES The groups to be honored at this
open house are: Alpha Omicron Pi,
P1 Beta Phi, Alpha Delta Phi,
Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Gamma
Delta, Acacia, Kleinstueck, Victor
arid for the Young or Young-at-Heart Vaughan, Reeves and Allen Rum-
sey houses, the. Lawyers' Club,
BONGOS MARACAS-UKULELES-RHYT HM INST RUMENTS Yost League House and the Inter-
BCSSnational Center.
Recorders $3.00 and UP EnjoysPresence
Concerning the monthly teas,
Mrs. Hatcher said "they are a
superficial but a broad cross-sec-
tional c'ontact of the student
SPECIAL A'body." However, she does "sense
what the students are like and
The informal gatherings "are
CHRISTMAS GIFT PACKAGE enjos thir pesence."
very gratifying and make us feel
that they are definitely worth
Soprono Recorder... Method Book... Ca rol Book while because each year we re
ceive a few notes from individual
students who have been pleased by
6.50 Value . . for $3.95 being in our home," Mrs. Hatcher
said.
She marvelled at the "wonder"
foreign students show "at being
in the same room with the Presi-
UNIV RSI MUSC HO k'sdent of the University."
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE E:!dh
Mrs. Hatcher commented that
9-5;30 Monday and Friday 9-9 340 Maynard Street NO 8-7515 ..the staudeno ie ophe fat that
they are open to all and provide
I an opportunity to become ac-

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