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All Together Now : Popular Rituals in America

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Game Day U.S.A


Game Day USA specializes in weekend tournament events in family vacation destinations The organization has emerged as a national leader in creating family oriented events for ages 8-18.

Game Day USA partners with sports facilities, park districts, youth sports programs, sports commissions, and sponsors from the business community. Game Day USA tournament events are managed in a first class, professional manner, as lasting relationships with our partners and participating teams is of very high importance.

The South
Ole Miss Vanderbilt in October 28 1989 in Oxford, Mississippi : 5 wins 2 looses Coach by Billy Dog Brewer Chucky Mullins : football captain in his team

The Midwest
The Heartland : Iowa Hawkeyes football

Nationalism

Yankee Stadium

The West
The Rose Bowl: The Rose Bowl is an annual American college footballbowl game, usually played on January 1 New Year's Day at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. When New Year's Day falls on a Sunday, the game is played on Monday, January 2. The Rose Bowl is nicknamed "The Granddaddy of Them All" because it is the oldest bowl game.

Shirt sleeved (the fans) pounding their feet the way high school kids will do on wooden bleachers. The Rose Bowl seems to enforce every midwesterners worst stereotype of California.

Halloween
Known to Christendom as Eve of All Saints or Eve of All Hallows or Hallow Even October 31 Famous festival in America Celtic Festival called Samhain (Sahwin) The Celt is Irish, Scottish and Wales people Trick or Treat Jack-o-lantern

Halloween as a Rite of Seasonal Passage


Halloween overtly feature symbols of death and of evil, such as skulls, skeletons, witches and devils. Halloween icons was pumpkins, apples and the corn shocks. Games : Bobbing for apples and Nutcrack Night. Halloween dish was apple pie Most of these game, beliefs and customs were brought to America by the Irish, who immigrated to the US in the 19th century.

Jack OLantern
Jack was a blacksmith, he was the greatest craftsperson in the world. When he died, he was not allowed in to Heaven, because of his pride. So he went to the gates of Hell, but the devil would not let him in. As the gates were closing behind him, his scooped up a burning lump of coal in the turnip he was eating.

From that day on, he was wondered the earth, not good enough for heaven nor evil enough for hell. He carries the turnip lantern to light his way, non forever as Jack of the Lantern or Jack OLantern.