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December 14, 1958 - Image 10

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Ir F. TCTITGAN DATLY

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Women Prepare Christmas Decorations

Gift Problens'
ANY BOY WILL WANT ONE OF OUR MODEL PLANES,

Newberry's neighboring house,
Betsy Barbour, decorated their
Beau Parlor in anticipataion of
their Christmas formal, and most
of their ornaments will remain,
until the girls leave for home.
Barbour is having a different kind
of tree, in addition to the ever-
green in the parlor, which will
hold the house Christmas cards.I
Using colors of aqua and gold,
Alpha Phi's sorority house is play-
ing host to a contemporary Christ-
mas, with mobile ornaments hang-
ing from an aqua draped ceiling
in the dining and living rooms.
Their tree will be set up on the
sun porch and sprayed white with
silver and gold ornaments, to
carry out the scheme.
Keeps Traditions
As the newest dormitory on
campus, Markley Hall is keeping
up with the traditions set before
by other residence halls, and will
be having ten trees. The trees,
along with wreaths and greens,
will be set up in the snack bar,
the concourse, each dining room
and lounge.
Each of the eight houses in the
hall will decorate a tree of their
own in either a lounge or a dining
room. Several of the houses are
holding door-decoratinghcontests
in anticipation of the open-open
house visitors for the formal.

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BE IT PLASTIC OR AN

ACTUAL FLYING

MODEL.

ALL

ACCESSORI ES

FOR FLYING AND

BUILDING MODELS ARE

AVAILABLE, AS ARE THE MODELS
THEMSELVES, AT "GIFT" PRICES.
WE ALSO SELL BICYCLES

STUDENT BICYCLE SHOP

-Daily-Peter Anderson
SLEIGH BELLS RING - An old-fashioned sleigh, driven by Betsy
Alexander, Grad, sits in the front hall of the Martha Cook Build-
ing. The sleigh serves as part of the decorations for the dormi-
tory's Christmas dance, held last Friday.

1319 S. University

# NOrmandy 8-6927

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MAIN FINANCIAL BACKING:
Christmas Seal Revenues
Support TB Sanitariums

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Those colorful Christmas seals,
to be pasted on countless letters
and packages this season, have a
distinct purpose.
Paul F. Roeder, executive sec-
retary of the Washtenaw County
Tuberculosis Association, said the
annual sale of seals represents the
main type of financial support for
the Association's operations. In
Washtenaw County alone, sheets
of seals have been sent by mail to
nearly 54,000 residents.
Work in Four Areas
The Tuberculosis Association
operates in four areas: health and
education, case finding, research
and rehabilitation. The bulk of the
funds used on the local level are
for education. A portion of the
budget helps provide printed ma-
terials, films and consultation to
the general public, teacher, physi-
cian, and social worker.
At the University some of these
materials find classroom use. The
theme of all the distributed matter
is to stress general health as pro-
tection against tuberculosis.

The Association provides free
chest X-rays for children and
adults. This year, 9,000 school
children in the Ann Arbor area
passed through the mobile X-ray
urthermore, Christmas Seal
funds are financing on-campus re-
search projects in physics, epidem-
iology, bacteriology, and serology.
One group of specialists here is I
endeavoring to identify the actual T ~ O L G II
eynteoi yt THE COLLEGE SPIR
tuberculosis bacterium. A portion
of the funds is spent on rehabilita-
tion. Health institutes and sani- -A erfectg for
tariums are built and maintained.gi
The patient also has access to free
consultation.
Success Due to Seals
The success of these preceding CAMPUS
operations has been due to the
efforts to sell Christmas Seals. In
the United States the first sale of 211 South State
seals began in 1907 in Wilming- NO 8-9013
ton, Delaware. Only three thou-
sand dollars was collected then,
but it built a sanitarium. There
are now 2700 associations through-
out the United States.
Handy and attrac-
tively detailed -
will delight anyone

/fRECORDS
hlpConducting
presents
IT-Songs of American Universities
e "Michigan" family, available at the
-DOWNTOWN-
205 East Liberty
NO 2-0675

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GIFTS
whether she's 16 or 60
RS PERSONAL GIFTS she
ATS rates high on her list ., .I
when Gloves by the handful ...
age. Crystals and Rhinestones
that flash and glimmer Above Kurets Reversible
like ice. Simulated pearls orlon and wool skirt at
y the in Beautiful styles . . . $19.95. Other skirts from
00 Bags for day and evening $8.95.
..Belts to encircle her
waist.
ALL BEAUTIFULLY
GIFT WRAPPED
FOR YOU !
MITTENS
BLOUSES
eaded t
Phoenix Cable Stitch ny-
A ) lo n and cotton stockings
in black, green, grey,
beige, $2.50. Phoenix
beautiful nylon Sheer hose
from $1.35 pair.
You'll look like this
when you shop at
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