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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 51. 1965

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1965

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South
"Come on down and visit us
ome time, y'all." This warm invi-
ation symbolizes all the romantic
alure of the South-gracious sou-
hern belles, gallant gentlemen,
ollonaded mansions, mint juleps;
t's Dixie-rich in history, sun-
hine and modern fun. It's the
and of Kentucky colonel, the pad-
dle-wheel boat, and lazy summer
afternoons. It's Miami Beach, Ft.
Lauderdale, Savannah, Atlanta,
Louisville, Dallas and New Or-
eans. It's the Bluegrass State and
he Colunteer State; it's the Geor-

of

the

Mason-Dixon Line

The White House, the Washington
Monument, Ford's Theatre, the
Federal Triangle, Capitol Hill.
Tour two of the finest domestic
museums-the National Art Gal-
lery and the Smithsonian Institute.
Feel a reverance for the past?
How about stopping at the Lin-
coln Memorial, or crossing the Po-
tomac River to view the Iwa Jima
Memorial, or stepping to witness,
the Change of the Guard at the
Tomb of the Unknown. Stop and

Mountain National Park? Well,
here we go. We're getting into
some pretty high mountains now.
Look over there, it's Clingman's
Dome with an elevation of 6,310
feet. Now let's fly to Chimney
Rock where we can see the beauty
of Lake Lure and another view of
the mountains.
We're now passing over the
Piedmont Section of the state
through rich cotton and tobacco
country. We can visit Elizabeth

reflect for a few moments at the 'Gardens on
Kennedy grave site in Arlington I memorial to

Roanoke Island,- a
the pioneers of the

sunny coastline, an 80-mile arc
of golden dunes and bright shells
on Padre Island, and a week-long
Sun Carnival of parades, street
dancing, bullfights, horseracing,
and fiestas.
Florida
The last stop our magic carpet
of travel will make in this "Story-
book land" is Florida, land of
sunny days and starry nights,
whispering palms, superb beaches
and great fishing.
You won't want to miss Palm.
Beach, the millionaire's play-
ground, or enchanting Fort Lau-
derdale, where you can romp on
sweeping beaches, learn to water
ski, go marlin fishing, or get stone
drunk with 10,000 college kids.
Daytona Beach, where the world
speed records have been set, and
upset-on its famous hard sands.
You can stroll along the board-
walk, listen to an oceanfront'con-
cert or watch a dazzling fast Jai
Alai match.
At Silver Springs in central
Florida, there's more enchantment
waiting for you on a trip in a

glass-bottom boat. The colorful
and diverse marine life in the
crystal waters of this giant spring
come alive just for you. And, of
course, you won't want to miss the
famous aquatic acrobatics in spec-
tacular flower banked lagoons at
Cypress Gardens.
In historic St. Augustine, old-
est city in the United States, you
can see the Old City Gates. Cas-
tillo de San Marcos, the Old
Spanish Treasury, fascinating Al-
ligator Jungle and Marine Land,
where whales clown and porpoises
perform.
You can see tropical flowers in
the Oriental Gardens of Jackson-
ville, go scuba diving in St. Peters-
burg, dine in exotic Spanish res-
taurants in Tampa, indulge in the
fantasy of underwater ballet at
Weeki Wachee or recall glamor
and fun under the big top in Sara-
sota's Ringling Museum of the
American Circus.
Well, we can't go any further
South, and vacation is over any-
way. Don't forget now "Come on
down and visit us some time y'all."

gia Bulldogs and the Alabama National Cemetery. Lost Colony of Roanoke, or the
Crimson Tide. It's South of the How about going to the U.S. Wright Brothers National Memor-
Mason-Dixon line, East of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md.? ial at Kill Devil Hill where the
Mississippi, and in the center of a You can visit the Historic State first powered flights ever made
storybook land. House where George Washington by man took place in 1903. Fi-
But what really is the South? resigned his commission as Com- nally as we pass out of Virginia
Weren't the stereotypes destroyed mander-in-Chief of the American we pass over the House of Bur-
in the Civil War? Can I really Army, tour the Naval Academy Igesses, one of the oldest public
spend a fun-filled Christmas or and see the Naval Museum, the buildings in the United States, and
Spring Vavation there? Is there chapel, the' crypt of John Paul the birthplace of U. .Representa-
anything to do in the South? Jones, and Bancroft Hall. tive Government.
Where should I go? Why should I Haw about going to the Capi- Tied Arkansas
go? tol cafeteria and eating lunch with t re by our trip. Well, let's
Let's take a tour. If you will Robert Kennedy, Phil Hart, Ger- take a rest in the mud baths of
allow me to be your guide, let me aId Ford, or Everett Dirksen? Arkansas in the Hot Springs Na-
fly you to the center of this Don't like that either? You can tional Park. Feeling better? It's
"storybook land." always take a tour of breathtak- time to go again.
Washington, D.C. ing Shenandoah National Park,! New Orleans
There's nothing to do in Wash- Skyline Drive and the Caverns of Its spring vacation and time to
ington, you say? The President Luray. See some of the most beau- go to New Orleans, because it's
is in Texas and Congress has ad- tiful scenery in the world. Mardi Gras time. Mardi Gras-
if you're looking for excitement
journed; besides you belong to the Catch it quick because we're and hysteria; Mardi Gras-if
Anarchy Party and don't like any- moving on to Virginia. yud looking for Grati
one in Washington anyway. What Virginia you're looking for a celebration
can you do? Try re-living history. Have you ever been to Smoky complete with parades, floats, cos-
tumes, and confusion. But New
srOrleans is not only Mardi Gras
time. New Orleans is France trans-
ported. French are the names of
,the streets-Bourbon Street, the
Smostinfamous street in the world.
iTheFrench uQarter is only one
place in New Orleans that is fa-
mous throughout the world. Jazz
in a night club or a leisurelly ride
on a, riverboat will complete our
tour of this historic city.
Texas
Aud then it's on to Texas, the
Lone Star State, America's "Fun-
tier." The state's dramatic and
Frormcolorful past is preserved in the
historic Alamo and the old forts
UNIVERSITY and missions. Spicy Mexican food
SH and the annual State Prison Ro-
FLOWER SHOP deo at Huntsville also reflect the
SNo. 7 N ickels A rcade lingering influence o f T e x a s'
N 7 c s cneighbor to the South. Modern
668-8096 or 665-6037 Texas offers more than 600 un-
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FOR THE ADVENTUROUS soul there are many shops in 'the
campus area specializing in unique and exotic gifts. A browse
through one of these shops is bound to give you new ideas for
Xmas giving.j
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TODD'S has a similar style for boys in Flame, Tan,
Navy, and Olive. Sizes 12 to 20...........$6.98
Pick up on a pair of slim continentals to match your
Thunderball. No extra fabric.,in these skin tight
slacks. Racy fastback front and hip pockets are really
out of sight. Sizes 26 to 36 in boss colors. Pick up
on them at Todd's. From $5.98.

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