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RUMANIA: Children parade through the streets caroling in groups.
Each group has three youngsters dressed like kings with one carrying a
NORWAY: People make gifts for the birds as well as for themselves.
On Ch'r'is'tmas morning, sheaves of wheat or other grains are tied to poles
for the -winter birds to eat.
CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Children wear colorful costumes and walk through
the streets telling the Christmas story in simple song.
MEXICO: Ceremonies seem ficti/i- tous. Blindfolded children strike
at an uglypot which hangs from the ceiling. When the pot breaks, candies
and good luck charms are strewn over the floor, #
These customs and traditions summarise the Spirit of Christmas,
Every year this miracle of Christmas is re-experienced in everyone's
heart. All nations on the globe join hands to celebrate Christmas -
the birth of Christ,
Tonight: Christmas Semi - Eagles' Ballroom - 8:30 PM
Tomorrow: Hti t "t. */ at York Basketball
TODAY: £:00 PM until January 3, B:ks AM - CHRISTMAS VACATION
"To avoid that run-down feeling - stay on the curb,"
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Outlaw: A person almost as dangerous as an in-law.
The girl who knows the best holds didn't learn them wrestling
with her conscience.
It is wonderful to know that we as a group and as individuals have
contributed something to posterity's memorial to the future, "To those
who will strive for life's finer arts".
for Christmas, a happy and joyous day.
for holly, of leaves and berries gay,
for religious, this day should be.
for icicles, whose sparkle we can see,
for the Savior, whose birth we celebrate,
for trees, which we gaily decorate,
for the manger, so naive, yet so bright,
for the Angels who told all of the light,
for the star which showed the way that night.
(Christmas in other Lands Cont'd)
ITZ A FACT
REMEMBER: THE STUDENT UNION PETITION
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