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THE MICHIGAN, DAILY

NJ WILL PRACTICE
Y *RIFLE SHOOTING

"Shooting w.Oth the 30-calibre army
rifle at1 the miiti rfle range on State
street will ),, l-arraged for those wo-
men Gft the TUnivers-ity who hadin
struction- ist yar"stated, Major Wil-
lis Shippam Sturday.. The work at
the rifle ranige wvill include firing at
a bull's eye target fromr distances of
200 and 300 yards. For those' who
have never lmd rifle shooting before,
it is planned1 to establish a rangei
-at Palmner field w-hcre 22-calibre rifles
will he shont. Rtegular classes in be-
ginning instruction wvill be held there
along as good weather" lasts. Dur-
ing bad weather and for night shooting
it is hoped to locate an indoor range:~
To find out how much interest the
women have in rifle shooting is the
purpose of a meeting to be held at 5
*o'clock :Monday afternoon in Bar-
hour gymnasium. At that time Major
Sippamn will speak,, outlining the
plans for the coming year. Arrange1
ments will be made for periods of
)rvactice which best fht Major ,Ship-
pamzn's schiedule and the programs of
the women. f
Mlajor" Shippamn states that he is
pleased with the work which the wo-
uien didt last year and he feels that it
(-n lbe made' more progressive if
here is regular attendance., "Rifi,
sh~ooting is not so difficult as is usu-
%ally imnagined*,"lhe stated. "Skill
can be acquired by regular -instruc-
tion and by practice, and there is
no reason why any college student
can not learn."
AT THE THEATERS
A RCAD)E
Cecil B3. De Mille's remarkable
Paramount production "Manslaugh-
ter" begins a five-day run at the Ar-
cade Sunday. The picture is an In-
tensely dramatic romnance of today

ces in order to invite them to the par- All entering upperclassmen are in- men, are urged to attend. Tryouts
'y vited to a party to be given from 4 consist of four-minute -exteruporan-
0V1ClIto 6 o'clock Wednesrlay afternoon in eous speeches.}
1lleey. practice will be held for 1B arbour Gymnasium-
______________________Isophomores at 4:45 o'clock on M'~on---Graduate women are invited to tea
Thefirt hgiee lctue Wll e aysan~ Wenesays frshmn a IMortarboardl will mueet for thec first at. 3:<,0 to 5:30 o'clock on Tuesday,
givefiat 4h'clock Tecdyternoon 4:45 'clock oIetn Tesdayr,' shn a ths-time athis seacon at 8 o'clock MonT~wday Oct. 10, in Barbour gymnasium. AllI
givenat 4 'clok Tueday fternon hevening at Ma irtha Cook dormitory. graduate women 'whether personallyl
in Babu yn~im l rs-dys. All girls interested are urgedI
tnoBaobouandytrysout.forlteaes.--- rnvited or not are invited to be pies-
me n neigsophomores , are re- I j Tryouts for Masques annual playf z.
quired to. he present.wllbheda4o'lc.tmro f-j-'
I hockey practice will be held for wl ehl t4ocoktmro f
ternoon i aSarah OCaswell Angohll hall. 11_- raiage of Students 1s Announced
i s e n i o r s a t 4 :1 . 5 o 'c l o c k o n T u e s d a y ,' ny.)e F~a r l g b l .A n u c e e t h s e n n u ~ e o h
All women interested in' rifle()lyzenbasae.el;iae aorceethsben ae'fte
shooting are requested to meet at 5j andl Thursdays; juniors at 4:15 cO'- -- marriag~e of Marion Levi, '24, daugh -
o'clock Monday afternoon inI Barbour! clock on M ondays and Wednesdays.' Athena membership tryouts will beI ter of Prof. and Mr1,s.. Moritz Levi, to
Gymnasium. Hlonor points will be given, for per.. held atl 7 o'clock Tuesday evening iic Nevin C. Fisk, '23, of tLudington1, Mich.
feet attendance when trying out forf the Alpha Nii rooms. All women in-l Mrs. Fisk is a member of the Alphal
Senior and sophomore advisors are teams, terested in debating, especially fresh-1I+;psilon Phi sorority
reminded of the party for entering-
upperclassmen which will be given lip
from 4 to 6s o'clock Wdnsday. after- Ti onn tdn adIcm eefrtig. Ims lasfn
noon in Barbour gmasu.Advisors Twhatis wann atuloerncst.d-Iismafactre o hselm osterything fornless
are requested to .consult lists postedwhtIwnatalwrcs.ItiafcedoelmstvryigfrJs;
in Barbour gymnasium to find the I and whe have, so many items you fellows buy every, day : Hosiery, Sweaters,
names and addresses: of their adlvis-
. 'Underwear, Ties, Collars, Waiters' Aprons, and Coats, Whisk Brooms and
on all
booEmn TRY THIS STOREt;
Purcasedat C7
RIDER'S PEN SHO P' 209-21 1 EAST WASHIN4GTON STREE T
*I .Sa o. ~.Stte St 6

MULLISON SADDLE STj
326 EAST ANN STREET

We keep the highest grade of saddle horses
to be found for hire
SAV E ?!NY BY BYING A C:OUPON TICKET
Instructor for ladies if desired
PHONE 8
ANN ARBOR CIISTOJT SHIOE FACTORY

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Get your repair 'work done when y'o'u
you want it.
Tl irty mnute service; Sh~oes called
for and deliverecd at the
H. W. CLARK, 534 Forest Avenue'
tPhonfi ,3043

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Starzting. Today

Suday.- Thursday

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J7otion Picture

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Anthony fHope's Immortal .Classic

Enxt railing Potoplay of Sheer Romance and Lnchantmen----

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Ru pert of1 Hentzau, whose
'villainy was so perfect. it
was attractive.

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Masterfully Created
by theGenius of.
Cinema Expre ssion

Antoinette de 1 Mau br, ad-
vexnturess an iioblecwonian,
reckless of all save Black
Michael's f avor.

7homasI~e.& aria Qeatrce o9
in CedIi B. DeMille's
an icentoers; ~iaund .a wealthy girl
who ha1,u become a speed maniac and
mutpay the penalty. Lavish set-
tingrs mark this spectacular success
aend an excellent cast includes Thom-
as Mig hn, Leatrice Joy, Lois Wil-
so1Cas-;son Ferguson, and John Mil-
ter"'
The love affair of an authoress
whwoe friends declared she "couldn't
gect a man in the entire world-if
some other womtanl wanted hbim," is
thle .tere of Kiatheine MacDonald's
latest comedy-drama, "Heroes and
fluhans~"the attraction for Friday
and Saturdany. A pair- of shell rim
glas ses, wor"n in the opening .scenes,
al: ,.t conceal the features of the'
fa;mous beauty.
"The, Prisoner of Zehnda," adapted
from the famous novel: by Anthony
ITope,, opens a five-day engagement at
the MIajestic today. This Rex Ingram
prodtuction is one of the most bril-
liant of recent screen romances, full
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"THE PRISONER OF ZENDA" HAS ALL THE
ELEMENTS ,OF A PERFECT PHOTOPLAY, CROWD-
ED WITH- ACTION, INTRIGUEAND EXCITEMENT.~
IT -HAS ZEST - THE DEVIL-MAY-CARt SPIRIT -*
FOR IT WAS WRITTEN 'CIEF LY FOR THE LOVE"
OF IMAGINATION THE.AUTH'IOR HAD; IT WAS AS
GLAMOROUS TO HIMT AS TO HIS READERS.

"The. MotPplrRomance of

a, Gene ration

Who also made r
"The Four Horseinen of the .Apocalypse," "Turn to the Right,"
and "The Conquering Power."

IT HAS STEPPED OITT OF TiiE PAG~ES
AND VOME's TO A SPLENDID LIFE ON,

OF IE jBOOK
THLE SCREET 1

WITH A SUPERB CAST

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AS PRINCESS FLAVIA
AS RUDQLPH-.THE DUAL ROLE
AS RUPERT OF HENTZAU
AS ANTOINETTE

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Rudolf Rassendyl, English
adventurer,. whu so loved
life that he risked it daily.

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Intrigue and devilish plotting is matched against heroic endeavor and
ultimate victory for the loyal adherents of King Rudolph. The settings are
.magnificent; the coronation, the processions, the royal ball are massive, beau-
tiful and impressive. Here is sword play, excitement, danger, plots, beauty,

Princess Flavia, wi oil":-
dolf loved and(1 .na ::__a-
gerously near marrying.

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Black' Mich ael, who hated
Rudolf and loved Flavia
with equ~al ijntensi~y.

IN VASE OF FIRE THE
STUDENT ROOMERS

USUALLY

Exceptional Pre~entatioti with ORIGINAL NEW YORK
MUSICAL. SCORE Juterpretedl by the Greatly Elarged
ajostir sir
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m~x~la T DIETERLE, Baritone,
And a great surronding Program of Short Subjects

ARE THE LOSERS

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BEviiuqs they carry no in1sur-
nnc i1 , :ed yet, mjark thiis:.
FireJInsu~rance on stuit en t

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