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SUNDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1965 TUE MIChIGAN DAILY -PA~R~1

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'"Hotels Offer Student Plan

The student traveler is smart
to carry his University I.D. cardI
with him whenever he journeys
past the confines of his city lim-
its. Surprisingly unknown to stu-
dents is the fact that the two
major hotel chains, Sheraton and
Hilton, and some of the smaller
companies offer substantial sav-
ings to student and faculty travel-
ers. The presentation of your I.D..
card and a friendly manager will
save you up to 20 per cent on
room rates at these establish-
ments. The more people sharing;
a room, the greater the individual
savings. If you want to drag your
brother, sister, or child along with
you, children under 14 stay for
free in the same room as a paying
adult.
The plan is in effect at most
hotels from Thursday evening un-'
til Sunday, but a friendly smile
to the manager, or lots of empty!
rooms will most often carry theI
rate all the way through your
stay.I
Although the I.D. card is often

sufficient proof of University af-
filiation, the Sheraton Corp. issues
special cards to students and dis-
count rates are immediately hon-
ored. Faculty members and Uni-
versity employes receive credit
cards which enable to charge their
stays and gives them check cash-
ing privileges.
The Sheraton Corp. maintains
a campus representative to provide
University affiliates with all these
services and to make immediate
confirmed reservations at any of
its 100 hotels throughout the
world. He may be reached on
campus by calling 665-0915.
Travel while still a student is
perhaps the most rewarding ex-
perience of your University years.
It is a time to see those far away
places you've heard of, or seen
pictures of, but never could get
there. Before the business world
starts to get you entangled in its
mesh and bills for home and fam-
ily tie you down, this is the time
to travel.

Ski Fun in Michigan
Hey all you Gung-ho ski en- a dime somewhere between the else goinsehas cable binding
thusiasts, snow bunnies, fireside tops of two trees. If luck prevails. It has been fould in a series of
sitters, and those of you who this there will be a good stiff wind inters iv#'vs with ex~erts that the
year are gonna go skiing if it kills blowing around up there, and as best thing do in'such a spot is
you, it's time again to run down your chair swings back and forth to scream KELP if you are a wel
to the ski shop with lots of money you find that your fingers begin proportioned damsel in distress;
and stock up on equipment for to get so numb that it's difficult cry if you . re just a damsel iii
1what will be the best ski year yet to hang on any longer. The drop distres and pet up and walk, if
in Michigan and the whole rest of to the ground is over quickly, in you are a, male in distress. This
the skiing world. fact the scream is hardly out of code of th hills has-never failed
The state now has over 100 ski your mouth, and before you can yet, and with more skiers every
centers to spend a cold blistery say something that would be cendYear, your chances of finding a
day 'at, when you could be home sored :in this column, a friendly, friend increase geometically,
watching T.V. in the warmth and ski patrol member will be stand-
shelter of your own little living ing over you . . . talking to the Although you must d r i v e
room. But heck with the boob- next pretty girl in stretch pants. through the worst blizzards the
tube, there is nothing like the After such an ordeal, and after best ski weather), spend half at
thrill of a race for your life down bones mend, who else but a per- hour lacing your boots, and their
a steep sided snow covered moue-- son who would get on skis in the face a treacherously violent wind
tain. When and if you finally do first place would get on them in the face, there is nothing in
get to the bottom you begin to again. This time your problem is the world that can compare with
wonder who it was that ever got of a different nature. You hit a the Iln'il1 t eejing through '
you to take up this mad escapade. rough mogle and your ski cameti- ,
Before you've got it figured out, off. Your Cubco binding has loos- tree lined mountain and seeing
however, your back on a chairlift ened and you left your wrench in the snow swirl behind you after '
that could and does often stop on the lodge. It seems that everyone fast ,stop i fioIt of a tree.

SKIING AND BOBSLEDDING are not the only recreations offered by ski resorts. A dip in a heated
pool can be the highlight of your wintery vacation. Come on in the water's fine!

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for girl friends
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be more than happy to help you.

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