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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 99 1962

EIGHT PAGES

ADVERTISING SECTION THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1962 EIGHT PACEM

CHRISTMAS RECORDS:

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e are many tradlitions in dents, faculty and administra-
Tniversity and many of Lion of the University the very
originated or have been happiest of Christmas seasons.
ted by State Street. In doing this they offer their r a
of the greatest tradi- suggestions for Christmas gifts, ut
Af this world is the tak- to celebrate friendships and
nie out at the end of the family closeness. They also
o celebrate religious con- have honored the past by relat-
ks and to renew old ing some of the history of the
hips and strike new ones. street and how it appeared to
akes place in the atmos- former students and faculty
of what is traditionally who are now celebrating Christ-
the "Christmas season." mas throughout the world. May =rh
merchants of State your Christmas be merry and<
have purchased this your New Year fortuitous.

Winter Season Heralds Sound
Of Hymns, Carols', and Classics

Real Estate A uction
Marks Birth of Area

Strains of Christmas

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floating from the Disc Shop range
from children carolers to the tra-
ditional solemnity of the "Mes-
siah," providing' a full variety of
Christmas cheer, melody-style, for
all preferences.
In the spirit of brotherhood and
for the collector of unique Christ-
mas music,, Capitol Records has
issued a series of Christmas songs
from all lands. The albums include
songs from Germany, Mexico,
Spain, Holland, England, Austria,
Sweden, Italy, France and Poland.
"Christmas in Sweden" features
the Ake Jelving Chorus and Or-
chestra in traditional Swedish
Christmas songs. The. Child Sing-
ers of Versailles sing the collec=
tion of Yuletide songs from France
and :the, Schola Cantorum of S. S.
Cyril and Methodius Seminars
sing the unique Polish selections.
Classical
Along the classical vein, Leon-
ard Bernstein conducts the New
York Philharmonic in a perform-
ance of Handel's "Messiah." The
recording features Adele Addison,
soprano, Russel Oberlin, counter-
tenor, David Lloyd, tenor, William
Warfield, baritone and 'the West-
minster Choir.
The Philadelphia Orchestra, un-
der the baton of Eugene Ormandy,
with the MorMon Tabenacle Choir,
also offers a recording of the
"Messiah" with featured singers
Eileen- Farrell, Martha Lipton,
Davis Cunningham and Williamn
Warfield. With the Temple Uni-
versity Concert Choir, the Phila-
delphia Orchestra has recorded
"The Glorious Sound of Christ-
mas."
Every Mood
Keeping the policy in mind of
a. Christmas' record for every
mood, the Disc Shop also has on.
hand The Kingston Trio's rol-
licking album, "The Last Month
of the .Year.'' On the cover the
folk-singing group is depicted
weight-lifting loads of presents.
Inside; tbere' ;is. a selection of
traditional. English Christmas and
other songs 'from the eighteenth
century to' present times, includ-
ing the "Sommerset Glouchester-
shire Wassail."
~Many of the large singing
groups have recorded distinctive,
stylized arrangements of favorites.
The Norman Luboff Choir features
its melodic style in "Songs of
Christmas." The Voices of Walter
Schumann sings old favorites in
"Christmas in the Air."{
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its album, "The Holly and the
Ivy," one of several Christnmas re-
cordings the group has made.
Presented in a decorative album
cover, spiced with. female Santa
Claus helpers in red suits, the
Ray Conniff Singers offer "We
Wish You a Merry Christmas."
Fred Waring and the Pennsyl-
vanians have recorded traditional
carols and religious songs for a
collection' called "Now is the Car-
oling Season."
The Robert Wagner Chorale, in
an album "Holy, Holy, Holy," pre-
sents their versions of two "Ave
Marias," several spirituals includ-
ing "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"
and Bach's Finale. Chorus and
Chorale from the "Passion of St.
John."
Children Sing
Particularly charming for the
season is an album made by The
Oberkirchen Children's Choir,
the group who made "The Happy
Wanderer" popular in the United
States. The choir presents Ger-
man, Tyrolean, Spanish, French
and traditional English carols.
No American holiday would be
complete without the cheery face
of Mitch Miller and for this
Christmas! he has another "Sing
Along" album out. The selections
include "Santa Claus is Coming
to 'Town," "Winter, Wonderland,"
'Silver Bells," "Rudolph the Red-
Nosed Reindeer" and "White
Christmas."
A unique recording for Christ-
mas is" done by the King's College
Chapel Choir. The group sings "A
Festival of Lessons and Carols,"
selections from a service known
as the Festival of Nine Lessons
and Carols which has. been sung
annually by the choir for the past
40 years.
English Bond
At Cambridge the festival sym-
bolizes the bond between the two
foundations of Cambridge and
Eton, the good will between the
college and_ the city, peace within
the church and the joy and wor-
ship of all at Christmas.
Another unusual recording at
the Disc Shop is Basil Rathbone's
narration of "A Christmas Carol"
by Charles Dickens. Accompany-
ing the cherished Christmas tale
is carols by the Lyn Murray
Singers.
An album featuring the "Christ-
mas Concerto" by Corelli as well
as Gluck's "Chaconne" and Pach-
elbel's "Kanon" is presented by
the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra
under the baton of Karl Munchin-
ger.
Organ Music
For lovers of organ music, or-
ganist Virgil Fox has recorded tra-
ditional tunes in his album "Hark,
the Herald Angels." Another or-
gan recording is "Christmas Bells"
by Richard Keys Briggs, featur-
ing a cathedral organ with chimes.

"The Magic of the Bells" pre-
sents the glorious sound of the+
carillon. The carillonneur is Dr.
Kamiel Lefecere who recorded re-
ligious hymns and tunes at the
Laura Spellman Rockefeller Me-
morial Carillon of the Riverside
Chapel.
An especially beautiful record-.
ing is, presented by Leontyne Price
and Herbert Von Karajan, con-
ductin gthe Vienna Philharmonic
Orchestra and Chorus. Selections
include "Silent Night," "Hark, the
Herald Angels Sing," "It Came
Upon a Midnight Clear" and "0,
Holy Night."
Mass
Also featured at the Disc Shop
is Vaughan Williams' "G Minor"
Mass," sung by the Choristers of
Canterbury Cathedral and the
Renaissance Singers.
Along the popular line, the Disc
Shop offers favorite male and fe-
male vocalists as well as instru-
mental Christmas music. Frank
Sinatra's Yuletide album is called
"A Jolly Christmas" and is filled
with pleasant tunes. Nat King
Cole, in "The Magic of Christmas,"
in his usual misty mood sings tra-
ditional songs including "0 Tanne-
baum."
Peggy Lee, in "Christmas Carou-
sel," sings a merry-go-round of
new songs. Some of the most in-
triguing are "Don't Forget to Feed
the Reindeer," "The Star Carol,"
"The Christmas List" and "Christ-
mas Carousel."
June Christy
June Christy sings Christmas
originals, assisted by Pete Rugo-
lo's orchestra, in "'This Time of
Year" and Eileen Farrel sings for
the family in her album of "Carols
for Christmas."
Mahalia Jackson of the deep,
moving sound and spirit, has two
Christmas albums, "Silent Night"
and "Sweet Little Jesus Boy."
The popular sound of Johnny
Mathis is a featured Christmas
record at the Disc Shop.
For the man who has every-
thing, the Disc Shop features the
unusual sound of the zither, with
Ruth Welcome singing traditional
carols. The album is called
"Christmas in Zitherland."
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For Unique Store
In1937 a Kresge chain store
mvdinto the old Quarry building
to become one of the most unique
stores of the chain.
It is unique because it is a stu-
dent store, catering to students
and their needs. They carry almost
no clothing and have much more
room devoted to apartment fur-
nishings and tools.
As they expanded they moved
into the old Ann Arbor Bank site
and their back wall was once part
of the vault.

"The undersigned will offer at a
public auction on the 8th day of
June next, at the Ann Arbor Ex-
change, in this village, on the
most liberal terms, one thousand
village lots, comprising some of
the most eligible locations for
business, and many of the most
delightful sites for dwellings in
the village or its vicinity."
This statement of auction may
be taken as the birth certificate
of the State Street area. The auc-
tion was sponsored by the Ann
Arbor Land Co. which had bought
land from Henry Rumsey, the
brother of the co-founder of Ann
Arbor, and from Andrew Nowland.
This land included what is today
the main campus and most of the
land north to the. river.
Famous Names
The members of the land comn-
pany were E. W. Morgan, William
S. Maynard, Charles Thayer,'
Chester Ingalls, D. B. Brown; E. S.
Cobb and William R. Thompson.
They had formed the company
upon learning that the territorial
legislature was considering Ann
Arbor as a possible site for the
University. So in 1836 they pur-
chased much of the land east of
Division St., which marked the
boundary between the village lim-
its and the countryside.
The land company then set aside
40 acres for the University which
the company was to donate to the,

state. State St. was probably so
named because it marked the be-
ginning of the donated land.
State Capital
At one point, someone thought
that the state capital might also
be located in Ann Arbor. Tentative
plans placed it in the area be-
tween Liberty .and Jefferson and
Division and State. However these
plans fell through when Lansing
was chosen for the capital.
Of course the selection of the
40 acres by the territorial legisla-
ture appeared to be a windfall for
the land company. However, in the
long run they Just broke even. The
city slowly annexed the land east
of Division and it was not until the
last quarter of the 19th century
that State St. began to blossom.
Two Streets
The men who were in the land
company later rose to some fame.
Maynard was village president
during the late ,1830's and became
mayor shortly before his death in
1866. He had two streets named
after him-William for William
S. and, of course, Maynard St.,
Thayer, Ingalls and Thompson
also had streets in the area named
after them. Ingalls and Thayer
served on the village board during
the late 1830's and also held sev-
eral minor village positions be-
tween them. Thompson was to be-
,come village president in 1843.

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considered the birth certificate of the State Street Area.
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