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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5,196$

PAGE SIX TINE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY. DECEMBER ~. 19A2

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New Books Solve Shopping Traumas

FOLK SONGS, SPIRITUALS:
Spinning Discs Spread Seasonal Sounds

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By ROSALIE BAINE
Every year, the same old prob-
lem comes up-what to get Aunt
Tillie for Christmas. And every
year comes the samekold reply-
how about a good book?
This year, however, books are
perhaps the most interesting com-
modities a student can give to
anyone from Aunt Tillie to his$
roommate. This December, local
bookstores are well stocked with!
reading material to tempt anyone
who is interested in anything at
all.
In the line of fiction, "The
Group" by Mary McCarthy, a
story of a group of eight Vassar
girls in the 1930's, remains one

of the most popular. Also very ample Communist tendencies and
much in demand are "The Shoes Freudian complexes, in the famous
of the Fisherman" by Morris L. children's book "Winnie - the -
West, James Michener's "The Car- Pooh."
avan," "The Living Reed" by Pearl Also very popular as a gift is
Buck and Elizabeth Goudge's "The American Heritage Book of
"The Scent of Water." Natural Wonders," a pictorial his-
Newest Fiction tory of the United States. "The
Up-and-coming on the fiction World in Vogue," a collection of
list are "The Hat on the Bed," a stories about famous people and
collection of 24 short stories by events, is also much in demand.
John O'Hara, and "Love, Let Me For the ancient history enthu-
Not Hunger" by Paul Gallico. siast, "Tutankhamen" by Chris-
Most popular in non-fiction on tine Desroches-Noblecourt is an
the campus is Frederick C. Crew's extremely interesting exploration
"The Pooh Perplex," a satire on of the truth and legend of this
the analysis of reading in college. , ancient Egyptian ruler.
In this book, the author points out For the student of modern poli-
some basic characteristics, for ex- ,tics, "A Senate Journal, 1943-45"

-y Allen Drury, and former Presi-
dent Dwight D. Eisenhower's
' Mandate for Change" would be
appropriate.
An interesting and revealing in-
sight into the American funeral
U-in-Elf B O Oindustry is provided by Jessica
Mitford's "The American Way of
dDeath," an expose of the expen-
sive customs of our times regard-
for ing funerals.
I For the sports fan, "The Game"
dE~U~ Nr~1U/ A/Nby Tex Maule contains a pictorial
CHRISTN1AS! esritin f hehitoy f h
' National Football League. Another
popular sports book is "An Illu-
strated History of the Olympics"
by Richard Schaap.
Of course, at the top of any
popularity poll are Charles Schultz'
"Peanuts." "Happiness Is a Warm
Puppy," "Security Is a Thumb
~336 SouthState NO 2-4543 and a Blanket" and 'You Can Do
It, Charlie dBrown" are also being
____ ____ ___ ___ ___widely read.

By ROBERT HIPPLER
For those among us who like
Christmas songs, a selection of
tunes unparalelled in recording
history will burst upon the scene
during the holiday season. There's
everything from folk songs to spir-
ituals, from the sounds of the big
orchestras to "Sing Along with
Mitch.",
Robert Goulet has come out
with "This Christmas I Spend
with You," a delightful collection
of old favorites and popular tunes
backed by Goulet's splendid tal-
ents. Andy Williams is offering#
his "Christmas Album," done in }
the relaxed and convincing man-
ner that has made Andy a favorite
on national TV.
Johnny Mathis is presenting
"Merry Christmas," a group of
Yuletide ballads and spirituals in
stereo and high fidelity.
Ray Coniff and his singers have
composed "We Wish You a Merry
Christmas," a gathering of favor-
ites including "The Little Drum-
mer Boy," "0,Holy Night," and
other Christmas songs and car-
ols.
Folk Tunes
For folk song fans, the New
Christy Minstrels have come up
with "Merry Christmas," a col-
lection of favorites, while the
Limeliters have made an album
for the Christmas season entitled
"Fourteen Folk Songs," including
"The Midnight Special" and "John
Riley."
Another folk singer, Odetta, has
produced for the forthcoming sea-
son "Folk Songs," featuring "Blow-

ing in the Wind,"
and "Shenandoah."

Mahalia Jackson is offering "Sil-
ent Night," a collection of tradi-
tional songs featuring the title
song, with orchestra and chorus
conducted by Johnny Williams.
All-Time Favorites
Mitch Miller has come out with
a new lineup of songs for the
"serutan" set and anybody else
who cares to listen. His "Holiday
Sing Along with Mitch" is a
gathering of holiday standards
featuring a built-in song sheet
}with accompanying lyrics.
His other album for the holi-
days, "Christmas Sing Along with
Mitch," features Mitch and his
Gang belting out such all-time
favorites as "Joy to the World,"
"The First Noel," "Deck the Halls"
and "Come All Ye Faithful."
In the realm of the big orches-
tras, Leonard Bernstein and the
New York Philharmonic Orches-
tra, accompanied by the Mormon
Tabernacle Choir, have produced
a classicentitled "The Joy of
Christmas," an album-full of
timeless Christmas carols in ster-
eo and high fidelity.
Orchestral Groups
The Columbia Chamber Orches-
tra is offering "Music for a Merry
Christmas," featuring organist E.
Power Biggs. The Philadelphia Or-
chestra is coming out with "The
Glorious Sound of Christmas," in-
cluding "Ave Maria," "0 Little
Town of Bethlehem," "0 Come All
Ye Faithful," featuring the Tem-
ple University Concert Choir.
This orchestral group has also

"900 Miles,"

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CHRISTMAS CAROLS-Holiday records are changing their tune
this year. Although traditional spirituals and hymns will remain
old favorites, they must make room for new ballads and folk songs.' t

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can't miss looking
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A nylon reversible parka
and hood in a big splash
of flowers on one side-
Shades of blue, turquoise
and gold with a reverse
side of white, or shades of
tan, gray and black; re-
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29.98
other parkas:
11.98 to 35.00
Stretch ski pants in black,
navy, olive, tan, sky blue,
and cranberry.
19.95 -39.98
Ski helmets and hats:
3.98-5.98
Knit head bands
in wool or mohair: $2.00
Sportshop
lower level

___ __GIFTS from the
Quarry Photo
Department offers
Ann Arbor's most
complete selection
c fof accessories.. ..
GIFTSfor the woman who loves needlepoint! FOR MOST OF THE
fe l i"WORLD'S MAJOR BRANDS
Needlepoint or crewel handbag kits, Bernat No-Frame rug paks, 6iL Quality gadget bags from $7.95
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aatching skirt and sweater sets, needlepoint pictures, $Viewers fram $1.00
- "" Illuminated viewers from $2.45
'with or without frames, af ghans, tablecloths to be enibroideredE; * Slide sorters for $3.45
EU"LJA 0 El Editors from $19.95
or there is still timne to knit for Christmas. SRE Sturdy, auminum elevator tri-
pods $19.95
0 Top quality light meters from
FOR THE COLLEGE MAN ON FOUR LIST WE HAVE btttons with college d o amerar u like T$9.95 lshatahens
FORTccIAANTYOU~isT.,~EiI/E~luflsfh:7l, to demonstrate for you. It's " Tiltomite flash attachments
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tR4 1 I Tcx~rs ticnt. alle th Hoeywel Pn- 6-transistor radios $9.95
Come in and Browse! tax, and it takes a bit of " Panasonic transistor tape re-
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don't just 'aim and shoot' " Binoculars 7 x 35CF with case
the Pentax. No indeed. You '$24.95 bplus FETd
_____________ ________ ________ __ ____ -- __________-have to focus it yourself, ' M-2 flash bulbs per doz 88
=awet Eens pen*gu3e Simulated leather albums from
and the lens opening must $4.95
t ' be set by hand. " Top quality zoom movie lite
$14.95
" Electronic flash $29.95
Go*ng to be in a " 6 40-slide universal trays in
i carry Pak $5.95
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CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Sound pretty square? Well - Filters
C-in a way it is.
Soishomemade bread.
RUSHa 'TIL 9:30
the uarryinc.
UEa A Y "320 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
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ndoorsand outF.CDON'T FORGET YOUR
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DARTS L KIDS' 'M' SWEATERS TRAVELERS CHECKS!
I CHESS ATHLETIC EQ UIPM ENT Before you leave on your Christmas vacation
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for al Sports stop in at any Ann Arbor Bank office and
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L GOLF buy your travelers checks. They're safe, loss-
SCRIBBAGE TENNISproof and negotiable anywhere. Travelers
GPINGPONG LIHOCKEY checks cost just one dollar per hundred dollars,

produced "Messiah," featuring Ei-
leen Farrell and the Mormon Tab-
ernacle Choir. Paul Taubman has
made "Organs and Chimes for
Christmas," a collection of 40
hymns and carols performed in
Taubman's interpretations.
Andre Kostelanetz is the :naker
of a new album entitled "Wonder-
land of Christmas," featuring 20
Yuletide favorites.
Teen-Age Classic
And don't tell anybody, but a
vicious rumor is circulating that

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For Christmas
Living ...
For Christmas
Giving ...

we may be hearing, for the sixth
consecutive Christmas, that time-
less teen-age classic, "Jingle
Bell Rock," interpreted by a half-
dozen or more youthful strum-
mers.
And to top it all off, who else
but the Cartwright brothers and
father, of TV's "Bonanza," have
made an album. It is called "Bon-
anza-Christmas on the Ponder-
osa," and features such classics as
"Oh Fir Tree Dear" and "Merry
Christmas Neighbor."

STYROFOAM
DECORATIONS
Canes ....... 29c & 59c
Pixies ......49c to 9$c
Trees . . 49c to $1.00

CANDLES
Decorated
Fancy Candles .. $1.00
Color-Drip.........49c
Novelty candles 15c & 29c
Red, white, and
green tapers 10c & 15c

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Pkg. Balls ... 29c to 69cr

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BOXED
CHOCOLATES

schrafft Gold Chest
Fruit & Nut

$2.00

GIFT HOSIERY
Sally Lynn Nylons 2/1.47
Adler Campus $1.00
Stretch Hose ... $1.50
$2.00
Nylcrest tights ... $1.98

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ON THE CAMPUS

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IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS
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aff around the clock. Upstairs, down.
stairs from a.m. to p.m., but come up smiling!
It's a cinch when you wear these sleek little
leather moccasins with carefree. full foam

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