TITUSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1921
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Ill Children At Hospital Wait
Santa Claus With Perfect Faith
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Over in the children's ward at the
University hospital they are beginning
to make preparation for Santa Claus.
(They have perfect faith that he will
come, snow or no snow. It remains
for that Santa Claus, wherever he is,
to get busy. With vacation coming
sooner this year than last, prepara-
tions for Christmas parties will have
to be started sooner. The trees and
toys left over from the fraternity
parties last year were a great help
and any persons wishing to help
brighten the holidays over at the hos-
pital are asked to call the social ser-
Decorations for the trees are being
made by the children out of long
bright strips of paper. Everyone is
busy braiding and folding them into
shape, the swifter ones racing with
each other. Henry, a little red-headed
fellow. was so occupied with his work
that he would hardly look up but he
s,(d emphatically that he preferred
the red strips.
A little Armenian, George, whose
parents were killed in the war and
who has only recently come over, can
hardly understand English but at the
words "Santa Claus" his eyes lit up
with pathetic eagerness.
All the girls have asked for "dolls
that sleep." Frances Richards, an-
other Mary Sunshine with blue eyes
and yellow hair, added that she wanted
a cab and a bed for her doll. Jenny,
SCPE TO INCLUDE91LL
a dark eyed little girl of five can not
move around much because of a weak
heart but she wants a doll to keep her
The boys' requests are more varied:
although trains and cars are the most
popular. Many toys of a quieter sort
are needed for the more seriously ill
children who cannot move and must
lie staring up at the ceiling or out of
a window all day.
All Library books which have been
taken out of the building must be re-
turned no later than Saturday, Dec. 10.
Electricians have begun work on an
electric book carrier system in the
general Library. The system, when
complete, will extend from the circu-
lation desk in the second corridor to
all parts of the stacks and will great-
ly facilitate the task of obtaining
books. The system is modeled after
that in the Congressional Library at
Washington and is expected to be the
second finest in the country.
Are You Going Home Christmas?
f Have You Learned to Dance?
If not, come to me at once and I will teach you
in time so that you may participa e
in the Yule-tide Festivities.
Surprise the folks=-
Halseys Dance Studios
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PLAY WRITING, DIRECTING,
SCENE PAINTING ON
Players club this year is branch-
ing out into fields of production in
the dramatic line that includes not
only play presentation but play writ-
ing, play directing, scene painting, and
will include the orchestra music that
will accompany plays.
At the January meeting of the club
two plays written by club members
will be presented. Clara Eastlake, '23,
s the author of a one-act Japanese
tragedy, and Max Ewing, '24, of a one-
,t social satire.
Due to the acquisition of a work-
shop. members of the club will pro-
duce original settings for each of the
: nthiy programs of the club. Milton
Landy, '23, is director of the stage-
The necessityfor an orchestra with-
in the club has resulted in a call for
tryouts for everyone who is talented
or interested in orchestral music. It
is expeeted that an orchestra of at
least eight members will be formed ir
the near future. Prospective tryouts
wil] get in touch with the orchestra
director, Louise Graham, '23, phone
X730. Officers of the Players club ex-
pect the orchestra will form an im-
portant branch of the club.
Coliseum Prepares for Winter Ice
Skating will begin-well, iml i -
i-ns are that it will be soon, for the
Coliseum is getting a general renovat-
ing in preparation for an expected
Season tickets for skating went on
sale Tuesday afternoon and J. H.
W:nberg, owner of the Coliseum, an-
nounces that reductions will be made
in the price of season tickets pur-
chased before December 15th.
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The management of the Wuerth Theatre has arranged for
the first showing of
THE WILLIAM FOX PRODUCTION
"OVER THE HILL"
'Just What I Wanted"
There is only one thing better at Christmas time than to
get just what you wanted and that is to get just what he or
Our wonderful assortment of Crane, Hurd, Whiting and
other nationally known correspondence papers perform this
double service at holiday time quite frequently. They are
such delightful presents either to give or to receive and always
acceptable even if duplicated.
You will do well to make your selection now from our
very complete stock and avoid possible disappointment.
0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
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Starting Dec. 11
To our mind this picture is absolutely the most absorbing
drama ever presented in a theatre.
We realize how futile it is to pick amusements that will
satisfy everybody. But "Over the Hill" is a picture for every
Its appeal is so universal, so powerful, so human, and its
characters are so lifelike, that we feel certain it will grip you
as it has thousands of other every-day humans from all walks
of life in New York City.
For one solid year, twice daily, it has competed with the
most successful theatrical attractions in the very heart of the
world's greatest amusement mart, and today its hold upon
the public is stronger than when the picture was first dis-
This is our chief reason for giving "Over the Hill" an un-
qualified endorsement without any reservations whatsoever.
Yours very truly,
GEO. E. PLANCK, Manager.
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