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PE'uqMICUTGANV DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965

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Whatever Happened
To Homecoming?

To the calloused undergraduate,
Homecoming is that other yearly
event, distinguishable from Christ-
mas only by the general lack of
Santa Claus. All the rest is there
-the parades, gaming,, and-gen-
eral hoop-la. There is, also, the
whiff of sentiment on the wind,
allowing a flinty professor to push
aside his bluebooks in a human
flood of charity. Homecoming is
useful to all students. It provides
a halt, however momentary, in
the mechanics of higher educa-
tion. You can almost hear the
whistle of escaping steam-the
pressure is off.
However, there is a strange
watchful world beyond the cam-
pus, and to them, Homecoming is
a very different affair. It is a
time to "come Home"-that

simple. The balding men on the
embarrassed fringes of a Frater-
nity party are not the accessories
after the fact, they are the fact
itself. It seems odd that our mam-
moth, man-devouring University
could be considered "homey."
Home is a place with hearth fires,
and rocking chairs laden with
dimpled grandmothers. But it is
a place, more accurately, "that
when you go .there, they somehow
have to take you in." The 97-
pound weakling, turned Wolf of
Wall Street, comes again with
glory. The aging social lion re-
turns, trailing a cloud of trium-
phant memories.
And what do they find? A giant
cement tower blooming out of the
over-fertilized land along South
University.

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PiThegoras is a little numerical
elf, and with slide rule in hand
he will lead the charge into the
hectic world of Homecoming '65.
This year's event is centered
around the magic world of "num-
bers," cued by the theme phrases
of the "Hysterical Numerical,"
"nUMber '65," and the "Fantas-
tick Factor." The central commit-
tee hopes that this theme will pro-
vide a fresh point of departure to
campus creators stiultified by the
hackneyed satires on television,
fairy tales, and other mythology.
Homecoming takes on an added
intensity this year, since the tri-
mester structure makes any other
large campus event impossible.
Included for the first time, is a
Homecoming Parade, supplement-
ing the stationary displays which
have become a tradition. here will
be 23 floats in the parade, which
begins at 3:30 p.m. on Friday
afternoon. Also featured will be
masses of antique cars, the mem-
bers of the U of M Riding Club,
and a caliope of color. There will
be an assortment of beauty
queens: Miss Michigan and Miss
National College Queen to 'name
but two. Other tentative Parade
guests include Governor and' Urs.
George Romney and Astronaut
James McDivitt. Prizes will be
awarded to the cream of the band
and float crop.
The traditional Homecoming
will be enthusiastically continued
this year. A Pep Rally and dance,
featuring Detroit-town's own
'Four Tops" will be held Friday
evening. Saturday will churn on
with a Tug-of-War, Chariot Race,
the Mud Bowl, and of course the
big game itself..At 4:30, an Alumni
Open House will be held in a
huge tent to be constructed on the
east side of the stadium. The
Little Lemans; Homecoming Con-
cert, and Homecoming dance will
round the evening out for those of
strong constitution.

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Fashion Achieves
Motorscooter Match
Current trends in motorized lo- sneakers, khakis, and a yellow:
comotion seem to place the young pullover sweater. Culottes, bobby
man and woman in mind, with: socks and. matching yellow pull-
the introd'uction of loud oranges over sweater and hair bands make
and reds for the fashionable the perfect riding attire for the
young man and soft pastels for lady.
the woman on the go. The scoot--I Geometry and the Beatles are
ers come in all shapes and sizes dominating the women's wear
beginning with a powder pink 50 scene this year but next spring
pound scooter, safe enough for should take advantage of the ex-
even the daintiest of ladies to plosive surge of women and scoot-
wheel through State Street and er combinations.
topped by a giant black fire- Men will find that white levis
breathing, roaring monster on and' moccasins are convenient on
which Marlon Brando could tear the scooters. The tight fitting
up Plymouth Rd. pants stay out of the motor and
The new cycles are seen every- are tough enough to take the
where and are driven by every- roughest bumps. Bright colored
one, from baby brother to grand- jackets or shirts are recommended
mother. They are designed for for night driving and a good thick
those "nicest people' 'and the im- sole is an asset to those who re-
age of the black leather jacket is place their brakes with the ,bot-
rapidly giving way to snow white ;-tom of their feet.

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NEEDS!

Overlooking the famous mudbowl stands our ready player in a
patterned sheer wool.

Coeds will'soon need to be able
to differentiate between Canoe-
and a dozen other men's better
colognes. There has recently
been a tremendous upsurge in
the sale of, the finer men's toilet-
ries, probably due to the new af-
fluence about the land.
Complete sets of matched frag-

TUXEDOS

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ket providing back up power if
some area of the body begins to
fail. Among the better brands
you'll find the following: English
Lemon; a matched set of lemon
shaped and colored soaps that
come in a wooden gift box,
snooker soap that is presented to

Complete Toilette Sets A
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THE CLASSIC LOOK
Of
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All engraving done at no extra charge.
Same-day service on request.
arcade jewelry shop
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Po. "Jazz." Folk
Mono & Stereo
Joan Baez-Kho Brothers
Bob Dylan-Serendipity Singers-
Pete Seeger
Peter Nero-Oscar Peterson
Ferrante & Teicher
-large selection of;
Pre-Recorded tapes at a
25% reduction
e music center, inc.
717 N. University
(open evenings)

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WELCOME BACK ALUA

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CHARLES SMITH bought clothes from
WILD'S in 1888
CHARLES SMITH son bought clothes
from WILD'S in 1910
CHARLES SMITH grandson bought clothes
from WILD'S in 1932
CHARLES SMITH great grandson is buying
H. FREEMAN'S clothes from WILD'S
in 1965.

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