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December 08, 1960 - Image 14

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The Michigan Daily, 1960-12-08

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ANGLES, -I PAGLAN\TTRA DITION.V:
tigUnits-To 'Present o0fol Nght'LgtdTesHrl
iiual Christnas LDances,/~ By JUDITH :ATTLERLhg ueie. h id ft
Y w a F a F Incites ad tonsin, ugetrees we have :today might be 't
"VifANERPOIVUEN I"Thnthem offteianeis"Wn buildings and small village nearly unrecogizable to Luther, e
+;onsa R' " rchurches, the erecting of an ever- however.h
squadrangles will hold r'Wnerad"aditwlle-olc
la Christmas dances geenecrawthlghtsan plceof the natural green i
ypih.phasize a winter scene rather ': 3 g ornaments heralds the holidaytreweav'respaydinr
th Qudagedne than a -Chrstmas scene. a . / t',,', 'n:,..... , ; rr season. blue, gold, white, and per~aps with ba
rne," will feature the The dance will take place be-. The Christmas tree has become purpe the bi fashion color this
1c estra and thze Donn tween nine and one and will be' nxtoteolgnlainte year, or lavender. F'locking gives a w
Vio, semi-formal. The price for the rdxuiwhemot opla sgf oZ nilated snowy effect to some. wv
oratons will be °bold dan e l.Gpery couple.diioa clernt, i
g, but at the same time The West Quadrangle dance, > hita re rgn ted r orestr adtio al ceebrnt,
e$Germany in the 17th century, some ,hr r re aeo~au~ul
acertan subtlety of "Holly Hop," wl star the -Don 'ouce sy4houh<heeforsplati %om rpane ie
dance ,will be held Smith Combo and the Classics. ofwMrtinLuter.heDecorating Pcrtons include the tradi- ti
a one and, will be semi- the dance will have a traditional ~.:; ..aS of a tree was part of pagan nature "tonal round shining, bls which ti
e prce of, admission 1s Christmas theme and will use rlgosi mn lcs are 'surrounded today' by birds,
ouale. beautifully ornamented Christmas ; arelgithemseay l ves r' angels, Santa Claus heads, or
e at East uadranglet, tesfo~t dcrtin.'resent pagan concepts. The tradi- pipes. . r
4Ball,"e will highlfight The dance will be between nine- tional star at the top. Is a Chris- After electricity ended the use MO
mun.rchetraand he hirt andtweve-tirt andthetian symbol, but the round balls, of candes os' trees, plain tubes, t
dourng the al hur ordess dan eaei-orsal.forc$2ts5originally fruits, represent the sun usually colored, lit the tree. Then
durig"- he alf our or he dnceare n sae fr $275.and moon worshipped by pagans. came° bubble lights and today rm
ni per couple. One tradition says that the lights come in the shape of flowers, a
lights on the tree were originated snowballs, snowmen, or fruit .
by Luther because of a legend that' The custom of lighting trees ou
- - -- -on the first Christmas night lights outdoors is a relatively new one. w
appeared miraculously on all the In many residential areas, each
"trees. home will have a lighted evergreen ci
Whatever the origins of the in the yard, creating 'a colorful w
decorated Christmas tree, it is a holiday scene in the winter snow. "d
very central part of contemporay Many people buy- Christmas mi
Be a smart
$ Santa 'Claus,
r$
STUCK
FOR IDEAS? Chisma....
occur[4 in nature how ever is sh t o t eand t reacht e -ran o reads da.IS ran e ithemocurw hattu e beeerw ishes.man reThisto thiswhw hatwi hethehispshhat thegho o
S rapher saw.
To NORTH POLE?:.
* ~, Sacks of Santa's Mail Reach Substitutes
*T-C
-ahya h n ro ot is, perhap rather imp actical But And, whether or not it ever 3f
case of "incomplee addres" - post office oficials have solved the receFh el at lui
calae seda thanaClus.prblm often gets to a ,good substitue
YOUR COLI.,EGE BOOKSTORE" North Plo."t Very few of the letters annually one who may supply children in
# nebulous wastes of the North Ple signed to the dead letter office. requested.
cason, fulfilled requests. The post ,
New tyle FIR T a YYIU oficeturns over quantities of
NewStyes IRS atWIL'S} ~Satas mail to be opened and read'
sbythese groups.
The deluge of mail begins about gie hma"itb
ten days before Christmas, and gv M itb
~-increases in volume until the day islofcassy
GETTING HIM SOMETHING by Jayson is a' great is
f ( ' ry' tyear... but its even more so at Christmas time. Sowl
j ry *and see our wonderful selection of~ shirts, knit shir
paamas by Jyson. Theyre taiored to fit to perfeci
P a f '4i L , 'Jaysn's own special flair for excitement to put exciter
: 6'¢ > r r . $5.00 and up.
$ pen Monday and Friday eenings ntil 83

SA9ACLU 607 East Liberty-next to Michigan Thetr
never gets mail 'tA 00 "A
thalt (tt lot of is for Dads with double ch
~~Ith ror"spilling" ait
The proprietor takes pleasure in presenting a size Perfectly gorgeous neckties of 1 QO
able selection of gifts for the'enjoyment of gentle- in the high -styed narrow shapes -
,mens whor liketo skim over the ice and Partake of stripes and woven1 figures.
other outdoor activities. They are also an aset to $ 250
those who skim over books and live casually indoorrs.fx
Poplin jacket-pile Lamb lined jacket for all Here 1s a gift for a man
lined- washable $16.95 kindo weather $49.45 r;:
Classic New High -Y All wool sweater fQi p r f any age, a personalized
Sweater ..... $15.95 Knitted by Thane $5.00 branding iron, made-
Stadium Cat Dozens of other toorder. Used for marking
Wool ined ..:,$29.95 sweaters ... from $10.95 ?'!Wod, leather, plastic y
r. or rubber sports equipment
S and tools. Mailed to1
1VI1I1 yany domestic address.
r STATE STREET ON THE CAMPUS $9
for Dads who canI
A .. ,. ~over to polish Choi

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