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October 16, 1921 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OMTOBEI

SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
near State and Packard Streets
Flats and Gowns
230 Nickels Arcade
PHONE 795-W
MRS. GRACE VAN SCHOICK
STUDENTS!
"Once to every man-" and
womani A pair of the
highest grade shoes and
oxcfords at a guaranteed
saving of three or four
dollars. Visit my Sam-
pie Room at 712 First
NatonaI Bank Building
and see for yours-r call
2849-4 for appointment.

Disabled Vet Of
'98 Nov Expert
Basket Weaver
Behind a modest sign bearing the
legend, "Home-made baskets for sale,"
in the sun parlor of the surgical word
of the University Homeopathic hospit-
al, sits Industry-with a capital I---
otherwise known as Harry Clark.
Clark was a soldier in the Spanish-
American war. Several years ago he
lost the use of his limbs, and has
in basket-weaving. He has since then
two years.
For a year after he entered the hos-
pital he was very much discontented,
having nothing to do. Last fall, how-
ever, the social service department in-
stalled occupational therapy in the
hospital, and Clark became interested
in basket-weaving. He has isnce then
become expert in weaving cane and
reed, turns out baskets and wicker
lamps that are perfect in shape, and
can make about 20 different models.
He averages two baskets every three
days, and has so far more than 300 to
his credit. He receives half of the
money realized from the sale of his
baskets, which he uses as a help
toward the support of his wife. He
is willing to make baskets to order,
and claims that he needs neither mod-
el nor pattern, being able to construct
any sort of basket if he has but a
picture to go by.
The occupational therapy is under
the supervision of Miss Hazel Bax-
ter. Most of the work done consist
of basket-weaving and the recaning
of chair-bottoms.
SUNDAY CLASSES
INSTITUTED FOR
BIBLE STUDENTS
Announcement is made by the Meth-
odist church of the formation of
special classes for University stu-
dents. These classes will meet every
Sunday at 12 o'clock in Lane Hall,
and are open to both men and women.
Organization of the classes for the
first semester has been completed
and there will be six sections. Dr.
Stalker, minister of the Methodist
church, will conduct a class on "The

Living Book" which
all first year men.
Moore, will conduct
for freshmen women.
The more advanced

will be open to
Miss Ellen W.
a similar class
d classes will be

under Prof. Leroy Waterman, of the
Semetics department, Prof. S. F.
Gingerich, of the English department,
H. L. Thornton, and Clair Searles, of
the School of Education. Prof. Water-
man will conduct the section on "The
Making of the Bible," Prof Gingerich
on 'The Gospel of John," Mr. Thorn-
ton on "Life Problems," and Mr.
Searles on "Jesus' Principles of Liv-
ing."
It is urged that all interested in
these classes attend as they are in
nowise limited to member of the
church.

WHIMSIES STAFF TO TENDER
FROST RECEPTION OCT. 21
70 Invitations Sent People Interested
In Literary Work
Robert Frost is to be entertained
for the first time at a reception to be
given by the staff of Whimsies, camp-
us literary magazine. The reception
which is to be informal will be held
at 8 o'clock, Friday, October 21, at
Betsy Barbour dormitory.
About 70 invitations will be issued
to those who are known to be es-
pecially interested in literary work.
The program will be arranged in such
a way that not more than 10 will
meet Mr. Frost at one time. This is
arranged so that every one may meet
him personally.

ICE CREAM

Feeds Body and Mind --
It is a decided help in
ruakina your work at the

r

University

a success.

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N

TODAY - MONDAY

- AND - TUESDAY

NOTE:-WE ARE ANN ARBOR'S ONLY THEATRE WITH VENTILATION SYSTEM THAT CHANGES
TRE'S CAPACITY) EVERY MINUTE, AND SEATS COMFORTABLY 1,370 AT EACH PERFORMANCE.
FOR YOUR COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE.
... et --rnrnrtrrme m rrrrrr~an-mr':. 'r;. ;'...t.. -,

147,000 CUBIC FEET OF AIR (THEA-
SEATS HAVE BEEN RE-ARRANGED

LY CAREFUL

SERVICE

for

ARTICULAR PEOPLE"
This is what you get
when you have
SWAIN
EVELOP AND PRINT
YOUR FILMS
3 EAST UNIVERSITY AV.

S pooks!!
They're haunting a church, and
so is the gallant ghost-hunter.
Only, he's after the ghosts that
ring the midnight bell.
And he's some little "Belle-
ringer" himself.

~fIARRICK

Wednesday Mat. 50c-$2
Saturday Mat. 500-$2.50
Nights 50c-$2.50

I

ARTHUR S. KANE presents

SUSPENSE

THE BOHEMIANS, Inc.

PRESENT

HUMOR

CHARLES

DRAMA

"Greenwich

MYSTERY

A

I

Village
Follies
1920

See Charlie Ray as a tank-town
travelling salesman.
Better still, as a counter-jumper
in a general, store.
And then as a ghost-chaser
lurking around haunted houses.
Gr-r-r-r-r-!
A Bargain Sale of Sun-
shine in
"A MIDNIGHT BELL"

IN THE FAMOUS CHARLES HOYT PLAY

«

MIDNIGHT

BELL"

SSHUBERT N
ICHIGA

Matinee today
T5c to -

$1.50

SCHEDULE OF PERFORMANCES
TODAY
MATINEE STARTS AT 1:30, 3:00 AND 4:30
EVENING SHOWS START AT 7:00 AND 8:30
Last Feature Starts at 9:00

RAY PLAYED IT! RAY MADE IT!

(Michigan at Washington Blvd.)

Greatest Dramatic Hit in the
History of the American Stage
That Has Smashed All Records
in New York and Chicago

SWAT I H E"'
A IT
I I .T BEL~L.

SPECIAL

NOTICE

REMEMBER!

EVERY CHARLES RAY

PICTURE HAS BEEN A KNOCK-OUT,

AND THIS ONE IS BETTER
"SCRAP IRON."

THAN

SWAar TtiE
oOK,
J

NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
ADDED SPECIAL

THE

BAT

L

V

I

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F

A Z E ND

A

Over 500 Times in New York
Over 400 Times in Chicago

WITH

Chester Conklin, Jack Duffy, Baby John Henry, Jr. and Teddy, the Dog in

66 19

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hts - 75c to $2.50

Wed. Mat. - 500 to $1.50

ARCADE ORCHESTRA

Sat. Mat. - 75c to $2.00

PATHE FABLES

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