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"THE 1E8T ORCHESTRA IN THE SOUTH"
ber the good old time of Christmas,
ORIGINS and all the cheer which It carries,
(t la good to take with us Into our
frivolity and harmless merrymaking,
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thought of this little poem.
English kings reigned when the yule tho
O little town of Bethlehem!
log and tho ale warmed the hearts of
How still we see thee Ho;
the merrymakers, back through the
Above thy. deep and dreamless
revelries of tho
through the feasts of Thor and Odin
The silent stars go by.
mado by barbarous Teutonic ancesYet In thy dark street shtneth
tors In the depths of the forests of
The Everlasting Light;
middle Europe, back through the fesThe hopes, the fears of all the
tivals of Saturn and iCybelle In Greece
and 'Romo, back through the staid hisAro met In thee tonight."
tories of Egypt and India; back In to
tho shadowy dawn that hides the history of every nation, the season In WEEKLY TEAS ARE
which wo celebrate our Christmas has
been a time of feasting,
But It is in England
'and among the
"Y" Receptions Are Not "Dress-UppeoOccasions.
ples that Christmas has taken the
firmest hold and gathered around it
so many pleasing and holy thoughts.
Chess, checkers and billiards, tea,
King Alfred the Great, in 878, held wafers and music that's the combihigh revel on Christmas,
secure nation! When the many bells on the
though the enemy was near, in the campus ring out the joyful hour of
peace the day brought. The yule log, 3:30 and members of classes scatter
tho Christmas tree, the ale and spiced In every direction, just grab your
wine, the famous Trencherman of books, Jam on your hat and without
later ages, tho winter sports, the even stopping to powder your nose or
games indoors, the tales in chimney smooth your hair, come on to the "Y"
corners,, and all the shouting hilarity tea given every Wednesday afternoon
and cheer, come to us glorified from in Alumni Hall by the Advisory Board
that almost golden age. The children of the Y. M. C. A.
At the last tea Mrs. Tucker renderhave not been forgotten in this festival and "The Night Before Christ- ed an instrumental solo, "Irish Jiggs,"
mas" and "The Christmas Carol" are arranged by Percy Granger and Sallle
their classics full of Santa Claus and Burns, accompanied by Loui3e
sang "When You Look in the
dreams, and all the mystic delights of
Christmas. The almost universal be- Heart of a Rose."
Mrs. Tucker, assisted by Mesdames
lief that animals talk and the powers
of evil become harmless on Christ- Pence, Lafferty, Baker and Anderson,
mas, Shakespeare expressed in
acted as hostesses.
"Some say that ever 'gainst that
hostesses were Margaret Smith, Henrietta Rogers, Norma Rachel, Gerseason comes,
trude Wallingford, Hallle Kay Frye,
Wherein our Saviour's birth is
Nancy Smock, Nell Hank, Clarice Becelebrated,
lief, M'ina White and Mary Frank
The bird of drawing 3ingeth all
And then they say, no spirit can
Scratch as Cats Can. Two cats
were about to have a duel.
The nights are wholesome; then
no planets strike,
"Let us have an understanding beNo fairy takes, nor witch hath
fore we begin," said one.
power to charm
"About what?" asked the other.
So hallowed and so gracious is
"Is it to be a duel to the death, or
shall we make it the best three lives
But though it is pleasant to remem out of five?" Boys' Life.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE.
DO YOU DANCE?
MRS. LAMBERT'S SCHOOL OF DANCING
Every Afternoon 1 to 5
Tuesday and Friday for This Week Only
8 to 10:30
OVER WOMEN'S EXCHANGE
Invites you to attend tHeir
Wednesday and Saturday Evening:, at 8:30 p. m.
Over Ladies' Exchange, North Upper St.
RUMMEL" TO IE
ANNUAL STROLLER PLAY
THE CLASSY PLACE
FOR THE COLLEGE STUDENTS
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York with one of the moat eminent
that day, and ran for 250 consecutive nights In one of the most
popular theaters of that city.
The play calls Into action eighteen
characters, eleven men and seven
women. Tho committee believes that
It will bo of peculiar Interest to the
local public, not only because so many
years have Intervened since Its first
production and the present time, but
because of tho Insidious satire and
compelling wit of Mr. Fitch's scintillating lines. "Beau Brummel" was
considered by competent critics Mr.
The Strollers met Wednesday evening for the first reading and the work
will bo taken up after the holidays
and carried forward, with rehearsals
In the Little Theatre.
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