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DAIL

VAIL

H o s p i a l Wrk e rboth in his musical studies and in his wears his grey toque with a feeling of name. This plot affords many oppor- a real
Tommy, aged five, was of a more that he, too, is one of the students of On Wednesday and Thursday at the site in
bashful nature. He comes from a the famous University whose praise he Orpheum Harry Carey plays in a west- I
broken and unhappy home. Two years had heard heralded on two continents.:e itr nild"leSra c h
EnjoysPosition spent at the hospital have served to And he is a lively little chap, too- Coy. Fote eaiderof therweekMediTion
make him a happy child even though attended every football game this sea- Anita Stewrtis fematurdr thee in aewichon
his crooked back has not been son, which, incidentally, was the first renof tat sues ful ptoplay lnas whih
(By Elizabeth Viekery) interest to her work here. straightened. Until recently he wore time he had ever witnessed an Amern- rTer Ylow Th oon,"cesfa production for ton:
"I have twice been dean of women,, The children seem to love to come a cast. Regardless of his deformity can athletic contest. .i. wihe flor tyh n fis tim rdin er oi
I have done newspaper work, and I into her office or go on errands for he was able to open the heavy door And Spiros .is a student. He be-arricsfrtrtpysmearer w s
have had various other occupations her. They watch her continually and and go to fetch one of his playmates lieves in mixing his daily prescription creMs tatpastepr f hrs
during my life, but I never enjoyed try to please her. Ito Mrs. Mallory's office. Big brown, proportionally, devoting part of the
anything so much as my present Mitchell, black-eyed and 12 years eyes and blond hair cause even deeper ofday 24 hoeurs bto dilenapria-
work," said Mrs. Elmie Warner Mal- old, is fond of Latin which he recently pity for his condition. o vr 4hust iietapia
lory, director of social service in the began to study. Unlike many of the The children enjoy moving pictures tion to his books. T D Y S C U C
Homeopathic hospital. children, he has a real home. His particularly. Much of their playtime He is a very sccommodating fresh-
Mrs. Mallory is deeply interested in mother is half-breed Indian while his is devoted to having shows. One child man, and hastens to greet any visitor
social work, having takei her mas- father is Scotch. The boy has shown was eager to tell us that his teacher to his room with a smiling face and a
ter's' degree under Prof. Charles H. great talent in both music and art. had taken him to see Charles Ray. heartfelt "Ti Kannis," which in our K-.
Cooley of the sociology department of He is studying at the University Their speech is for the most part un- lingo is the equivalent of "You are ___________________
the University. School of Music while here. When usually good for children so young. truly welcome." His room is a typical
For some time she was dean of asked about his pastimes he said that Many are beyond their years in- gen- bedeced with, annerse ofa diferentiy CH RH O DISIPL S T
women, first at the University of he liked to plan inventions. His ideas eral intelligence.bdekdwt banr fdfrntDS PE
Akron, Ohio, and later at Grinnell, Ia. on the possibilities of an electric Boys and girls of 16 and under are helooks, updonea his AeYra whm.SutchieriyAv.C
Her experiences at reporting on two aeroplane surpass his age. He has admitted to the children's department. Ohi os desk has hseAvericture hof.e. SATH UeRt ASTOR.
different newspapers have added great evidently been encouraged at home Many of the older ones have made the fols ats hoe, and antera ones of F.P.AR HU,__so
___really beautiful baskets. When Mrs. the__ik _at __m ndnthrnef
L 4 ~ ~ ,a certainRe.

"reel" vampire, but she also
*part which is quite the oppo-
order to equalize the two.
Tonight's Leader
Fanchon Marco Review, a new
of the musical production.
nade such a hit in Ann Arbor-
ar, is playing at the Whitney
ight only. The feature of the-
the extraordinary class of the
.. nbxrdn' ZpiscopaI
Catherilie and Division Sis.
Henry Tatlock, 1).I., Rector

New December Victor Records

For Your Victrola

On Sale Tomorrow- A few of the Good Ones:
18695-Whispering, by John Steel. .. .. .. .. . .. .. ... . . .. ... $ .85
Time Love Boat, by John Steel
18696-That Old Irish Molher of Mine, by Sterling Trio.......... .85
Just Like a Gypsy, by Sterling Trio
18699-1)ance-O-Mania (Fox Trot), by Selvin's 'Novelty Orchestra .85
Old Maii Jass (Fox Trot), by All-Star Trio
18698-Chili Bean (Fox Trot), by The Benson Orchestra, Chicago .85
My Little Bimbo (One Step), by Benson Orchestra, Chicago
1697-Fair One (Fox Trot), by the Benson Orchestra, Chicago.. .85
I'd Love to Fall Asleep and Wake Up in
My Maminy's Arms
18694-Anytime, Aniyday, Anywhere (Fox Trot), Paul Whitemnan
and His Ambassador Orchestra..................... .85
Wanga.Wang Blues (Fox Trot), Paul Whiteman and -
His Ambassador Orchestra
45201-Tihe Japanese Sandman, by Olive Klin e.. . .. . .... .. .. ..00
Old-Fashioned Garden, by Olive Kline
35702-Gems from "Mary," by Victor Light Opera Company.....1.85
Gems. from "The Night Boat," by Victor Light Opera Co.

of the patients at work and play, there Distinguished Family
hapy t hi kt a me nehad tke father isdaaditinguished man inp i s
pictures of them. home town, for he is a deputy in the
- Under the competent direction of Greek senate, an office corresponding
.to a senator in the United States.
Mrs. Mallory great things are being.
accomnplished for the betterment of He sehas one brother, who isnt he
conditions and the greater content- prnttie nFan, studeatMt eier-
ment of the younger p atients at the Inttt nFacweeh spn
hiospita I. suing a course in agriculture and ad-
vanced science. Spiros, by the way,:
some day hopes to receive a diploma
* y y 9from the University, which will qual-
F~f~c) H e sify him to enter the practical world as
a naval architect.

LI HI&LI LTWCB,
a nd Young
(Continued from Page One)
leather traveling bag, which he had
substituted for his antliquated carpet-
bag, and a still mcr'e buoyant, expect-,
ant curiosity.. He soon found friends '
fellow-countrymen, and they aided
him in securing a suitable room and,
in preparation of a schedule of study.
True Michigan Freshman
Two months have passed, and Spiros
is now a thoroughbred, genuine dyed-
in-the-wool, Michigan freshman, and

9:30 A. M.-Bible School. Class- e.uire1. e1,urt
etfor students, ladies and
Morning Subject-Is the Church 10:30A.e M.-Hoy Communion
. "A Talk About the Bible In-
Evening Subject - 7:30 - Two tended to Be of Interest to
Preachers in Prison. University Students."
4:30 P.. M. -Evening Service
IMonday at 7:30 - Demonstra- and Address by the Curate,
ti on of chur ch films on a "Bloody Kings and Stern Re-
moving picture machine. formers."
FIRST UNITARIAN CHURCH
BAPTIST CHURCH State and Huron Sts.
Huron St., Below State SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minsiter.
J. M. WELLS, MINISTER
321 East Ann Street December 5
10:30 A. M. 10:40 A. M.-"What Is Chris-
J. M. Wells will give tianity ?" A partial review of
second sermon in series Adolph Harnack's great book
A NEW ANN ARBOR of this title..
Hospitality .6:~30 P. M.-"A Modern Con-
Religion ception of God," by Professor
Symmetry John F. Shepard.
Service
Look for notice of FREDERICK
6:80 P. M.-Guild Meeting. I?. GRIFFIN THIS' WEEK.

THEATERS

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Schaeberle & Son, Music House
£10 South Main Swroet

(Continued from Page Two)
thereafter she signed up for the
movies. This Fr iday she is ap-
pearing at the Wuerth in "Blackbirds,"
the story of a young woman who has
become the tool of a gang of thieves.
This first photoplay of Justine John-,
son is as good as they come. As a
feature comedy, is' offered Eddie Bo-
land and the Vanity Fair Girls, the
picture embracing a heap of feminine
beauty.
At the Arcade on Friday Bryant
Washburn appears in "An Amateur
Devil." Washburn plays the part of:
a young man whose fiancee breaks
their engagement because of his pep-
less manner of lovemaking; so he de-
cides to go out and disgrace the fam iy

SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY

ADMISSION
ADULTS 30c
CHILDREN l0c
THE POPULAR FAVORITE

I'.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

CORNER HURON AND DIVISION

"THE SALVATION WE NEED TODAY"

_____ - V * V

w -

1,

ANN ARBOR
BIBLE CHAIR
Headquarters in Lane Hall.
RClasses meet in the "Upper
Upper Room Bible Class Sat-
Men' Bibleinglassundayrs
morning.
Ask for printed circular an-
nouncing six courses.
Read the Upper Room Bulletin.
THOMAS M. IDEN, -
Instructor.

sy

REV. LEONARD A. BARRETT
The second of a series of Sunday Morning Sermons of special interest
to University Men and Women.
Mr. George Oscar Bowen will be in charge of the Musical Program.
12:00 M.-Dr. Thomas Iden, of the Upper Room, leads the student
class in "The Origin and Growth of Our Bible."
6:00 P. M.-"Answering the Doubter" will be discussed in the Young
People's Meeting. A sodial and refreshments will pre-
cede the meeting. Mr. Bowen will lead the singing.

I

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. ARTHUR W. STALKER, D.D., Pastor

MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
December 5, 1920
A. M.-Our Communion Service.

10:30

ZION LUTHERAN 6:00 P. M.-Social Half Hour.
URCH 6:30 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting, Miss Ermina Fill-
Fifth Ave. anid Washington St. 7:30 P. M.-Wesleyan Guild Lecture. Speaker, The Rev. Dr. Frank
REV. E. C. STELLHORN, WV. Guansaulus. Subject: "The Education of the Amer-
Pastor ican.'
120 Packard Street Musical Numbers for the Day
---"Benedictus" (Tours),~ the Chorus; "Jesus, Word of God Ipcar-
Mnneed to hear from the I nate" (Mozart), the Chorus; "Gloria" (Buzzi-Peccie), Solo by Mr.
"Men a wih pul I Thomas; "Sanctus" (Tours), the Chorus; "Sing Praises" (Coerne),
pittha whchis pre-eminent- the Chorus; "The Lord is My Shepherd" (Ward), -Solo by Mr. Wheeler.
thatwich uhas todo th heh ALL STUDENTS CORDIALLY INVITED
soul and with God." We aim
to help supply this need.
10:30 A. M. - "The Christ of
113 .I anM.-Holy Communion. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
Christ as God."'
All ervces nglsh tdayTHE MORNING SERVICE
LLOYD C. DOUGLAS SPEAKS AT 10:30
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TRINITY LUTHERAN
"GI-NOIE
CHURCH "IE OIE
Fifth Ave. and William St. UNIVERSITY RELIGIOUS FORUM
Rev. Lloyd Mern Wallick, E 12:00
- IastII
Pastr :1For the Sundays in December at this time the discussion will
centr maround Christmas. Thereh wi es ay. application ofythe
Christmasil spitk: thioth abunivrity TodRay, Harr G.ss
The astr's sermon ti 2 room Teaching."
morning is the second of aW
series dealing with the birt The Congregational students meet at 6:30 for social hour. At
of Christ. this time Mr. Vahn Zogalion of Armenia will speak.
Sunday School at 11:30. I--

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s, opdzson Suzzith

LA TEST
FOX
NEWS

A strongly human play of a man
who wanted revenge for the
honor of his wife.

- H ANK
MANN
COMEDY

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