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December 08, 1960 - Image 18

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MICHIGAN DAILV

STUDY IN EUROPE.
July 17-August 25
Humanities, Social Sciences, and Languages
in Old World Atmosphere
of Picturesque Switzerland
GEORGETOWN - FRIBOURG
SUMMER SCHOOL
Travel and Tour
Arrangements Available
AMERICAN COLLEGE CREDIT
FESTIVALS - WEEKEND EXCURSIONS
COEDUCATIONAL
E-.u~miIWrite:
APP Director of Summer School Applications
Georgetown University Thru Feb. 15
Washington c, D.C.

CHRISTMAS FOODS:
Special Dishes Served
During Holiday Season

By LINDA SIGESMUND
Christmas is a time for celebra-
tion--and feasting.
One of the major expressions of
Christmas traditions is found in
the splendid array of foods served
specially at this festive time of
the year, in Continental countries,
England and America.
The traditional Christmas din-
ner supposedly consists of those
goodies so temptingly described by
Charles Dickens in his A Christmas
Carol. The goose, the main course
was the object of "universal ad-
miration" for its tenderness, fla-
vour, size and cheapness."
Enhancing the flavor of the de-
lightful foul were applesauce, stuf-
fing and mashed potatoes.
Although this is the traditional
dinner, where food is concerned,
man's imagination will not be re-
stricted to custom. In this coun-
try, turkey or chicken are the us-
ual replacements' for goose.
Dozens and dozens of Christmas
cookies, often Swedish, anticipate
the holiday for days in advance.

Perhaps it's not even the taste of
the cookies themselves but the at-
mosphere attached to them, that
makes them so desirable.
Many eagerly anticipate the
Christmas season with visions of
fruit cake, egg nog, and roasted
chestnuts.
In fact, these foods, particular-
ly fruit cake and egg nog, have
become so typical of the American
Christmas that many cannot im-
agine what the holiday would be
like without them.
Certainly these delicacies are
not the cause of the Christmas
spirit, but equally certainly they
contribute greately to it.
S S
SACS STORE

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i the unique moc comfort that's
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it neatly snugs the heel. In mellow-rich
leathers ... hand-lasted with smart.
high-riding hand-sewn vamp ... a moc
value unsurpassed anywhere at any price l

* FREE CUFF
ALTERATIONS
* ASSORTED
COLORS

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and PULLOVER
SWEATERS

75% Wool
25% Dacron

$588

Come in... ry on a pairl
FILECCIA BROTHERS
1109 South University

SAM'S STORE
112 E. Washington
Sam J. Benjamin,
27 LS&A, Owner

RAPPORT-With the roughness of early rehearsals behind them,
the director and choir members devote their creative energy
polishing the fine points.

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THE NEW FASHIONED HIGH V
is one of 82 styles
1$8.75 to $16.75. Why
drop in and browse?
B B. Towne charge ac-
ts are quite convenient
Christmas budget shop-
p. Open yours today.

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POLISH PLUS-The choir members are aware of the technical
goals which the director sets but must strain to give feeling to
the music beyond technique.

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