TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1928
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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LAST RHE ARSALS ARE
STARTED 'BY' PLAYERS
lenderson Players Regin Final Work
On "The Thirteenth Chair"
With Mrs. Mansfield
TO PRESENTMANY SHOWS
Final rehearsals were begun yester-
day by the Henderson players for the
opening of their local stock season
at the Whitney theater next Sunday
night. The entire company, including
Mrs. Richard Mansfield, leading lady,
came here direct from Rockford, Sun-
day, where they just closed their sea-
son with the Cyril Harcourt farce, "A
Pair of Silk Stockings."
The opening bill of the organiza-
tion will be the well-known mystery
dramai by Bayard Veiller, "The Thir-
teenth Chair," with Mrs. Mansfield.
and Charles Warburton featured./
Others of the company who will take
parts are Robert Henderson, director,
Velma Royton, from Henry Jewett's
company in Boston, Frances Dade,
iolman Faust, and Franz Rothier,
juveniles, Frances Horine, and Kate
Hclland Paton. Some of the company
are known through their appearances
here last spring and 'summer.
A part of the receipts of the stock
season will be given to the Women's
League building fund. The company,
is being presented by Don McIntyre,
manager of the Whitney theater. The
selection for J-Hop week will be Fred-
crick Lonsdale's "Aren't We All?" in
which Cyril Maude starred last season.
No matinee wil be given Saturday fol-t
lowing the J-Hop due to the last per-
formance of the 22nd annual Unionf
,Opera, "The Same To You."f
The company will play every night
including Sunday with the exception
of a few outside attractions.c
ORDINANCE Sir Wilfred Grenfell Relates Arctic Land Experiences Met
IN LOOPARIn Administering Medical Aid To Inhabitants Of Labrador
.z.7T~TT'Tfl Interrupted frequently by applause supposed, he said and abound in a practice were sometimes trying, Dr.
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from a crowd that filled Hill auditori- luxuriant, vegetation and bird life.
um to capacity, Sir Wilfred T. Gren- Large rivers are numerous, in which
fell, the Labrador doctor, told Sunday any number of salmon can be caught,
night of a few of the experiences and and the coast about every five miles
problems that he has met in his 35 is indented with fjords that afford ex-
years of ministering to the ills of cellent yachting.
Labrador's inhabitants. When Dr. Grenfell completed his
lDr. Hugh Cabot, dean of the Medical medical and surgical studies in Eng-
school introduced the speaker. Dr. land, his great love of the sea led him
Cabot said in part, "I might introduce to seek his practice among the men
him to you as Captain Grenfell, the "who go down to the sea in ships."
great navigator, I might introduce He cruised for a while off the
him as Mr. Grenfell, the great surgeon, Hebrides and off the coast of Iceland.
I might introduce him as Dr. Grenfell, In 18S2 he crossed the Atlantic to
the great 'physician. I think I shall cruise the grand banks of Newfound-
introduce him as he is best known, land and there fell in with the fleet
Grenfell of Labrador." which yearly goes to Labrador to fish.
Dr. Grenfell opened his lecture by He accompanied them to Labrador,
disillusioning the audence as to the and found there an undeveloped coun-
leakness of the Labrador coast and try without medical aid where he
the rigor of conditions to be met there, could fulfill his ideal of service to
The cliffs which rise almost perpen- humanity, and, as he said, "be the
dicularly from the shore are not as best doctor."
barren and forbidding as commonly The difficulties he met in his early.
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*renitel said. Frequently he had to
perform major operations in fisher-
men's shanties with no asnistance ex-
cept an eskimo to hold the light and
his chief engineer to give the an-
aesthetic. More than once both men
bolted in the midst of an operation.
The need of hospitals and nurses
became immediately apparent. Grad-
ually in the past 35 years Dr. Gren-
fell has added to his string of hos-
pitals, until last year he opened the
fifth and largest at St. Anthony and
was knighted by King George in
recognition of this achievement. The
newest structure is a fireproof build-
ing, all the nmaerials of which had to
be imported at great expense, with
modern .Iquipment and central heat-
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top is a picture of the Loop taken before the parking regulation went into ef-
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