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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5,19C,5

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVIET4

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5,1965 TUE MICHIGAN flAtLY PAIW Mt~'V~

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You've made it! Finals have essence of the theatre business
ended at last and the long drudge and contribute gretly to the "mag-
of the semester is over. So what's ic" that is show business. The per-
to do for a little relaxation and formances are usually sold out,
enjoyment? Go home and spend however, so it's best to write in
your vacation resting and catching advance if you want to obtain
up on the past hometown gossip? tickets.

AcVenture
about. Besides, what a challenge of large numbers of students who
those hundreds of steps up to the wish to go to New York during the
top of our golden lady present to a Christmas vacation. Undoubtedly,
fun-loving, and adventuresome the group rates they can offer

Of course not. Take a fun-filled
vacation to one of the liveliest
cities in the world-New York.
New York is the epitomy of di-
versity and originality which of-
fers something of interest for ev-
eryone. Primarily for those of the
theatre-going set are the many
Broadway and off-Broadway pro-
ductions which encompass a wide
range of tastes from the ultra-
sophisticated to the hilarious slap-
stick. These shows are really the

Although New York is known as
the "hub" of the entertainment
world, the city does offer many
other interesting sights to see and
places to go, especially for those
who have never visited the big
city before. The Statue of Lib-
erty and the Empire State Build-
ing may be common place to the
native New Yorker, but to the
enthusiastic visitor they represent
the historic landmarks of a city
they have so often read and heard

college student!
Of special interest to the gals'
are the marvelous shopping oppor-
tunities. Being the center of the
garment industry, New York is the
first place where the latest fashion
trends are shown and placed on
sale. And the selection is great!
Especially if by some stroke of
luck you have a connection and
can get into one of the numerous
wholesale houses. What could
make for a more profitable vaca-,
tion than coming back to school
with a collection of the newest
and smartest fashions for the;
spring season?
The point, however, of most in-
terest to the pleasure-seeking col-
lege student, is that New York un-
doubtedly offers more forms of
entertainment and relaxation for
the college aged student than any
other city in the country. The city
is literally cluttered with restau-
rants and night clubs which most
willingly allow anyone eighteen
or older to be served alcoholic;
beverages. There are usually mini-
mum cover charges at these places,
but it's well worth while to pay
just to get inside, to be part of
the smoke-filled, exciting, and
often rather unusual atmosphere
these night spots present. To some
they are a way of life, to the visi-
tor, however, especially the col-
lege student, they are a fascinat-
ing insight into how the "other
half" lives.
A holiday vacation in New York
can be the highlight of any year.
And if one is a good penny-pinch-
er, it doesn't have to be too ex-
pensive. Flying usually runs about
$68, but one can go by train or bus
which would reduce the cost some-
what. Also, organizations such as
the Wolverine Club do make ar-
rangements for the transportation

would be considerably lower. Once
there, room rates average about
$10 per night. However, many ho-
tels such as the Sheraton offer
reduced rates for students which
allows them to stay in excellent
accommodations at very reason-
able rates. All the extras such as
shows, shopping and other forms
of entertainment vary according
to the individual, and how much
of the city he wants, and can af-
ford to take in.
The best way to make arrange-
ments is through a travel bureau.
They can give specific information
and also take the burden of mak-
ing reservations off your shoul-
ders. There are many good travel
agencies in this area who would
be only too happy to help you plan
a holiday vacation to New York
which can be the exciting, fun
experience we all can use after the
trials and tribulations of a hard
semester of work.

ANOTHER HIGHLIGHT of New
York City is the majestic Em-
pire State Building by night.

IMPORTED GIFTS
SILK ROBES
CREWEL WORK BAGS
JEWELRY CHESTS
c IVORY CHESS SETS
INDIA ART SHOP
330 MAYNARD (across from the Arcade)

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r SALE
at
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Why entrust your travel to anyone
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r. .
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HIGH ON THE LIST of tourist attractions in New York City is
a visit to Rockefeller Center's observation roof for an impressive
view of Gotham's towering skyline.

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announces
the appointment of
DOUGLAS REM LEY
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Campus Sales Representative
Reservations and information, phone: 764-1829

Mrs v y

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This is t e cartridge
that holds the tape

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Room 51
Markley

17
Hall

Ann Arbor
Phone 764-1829

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and
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