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THE

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HIGAN DAILY

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MASQUES ANNOUNCES
CAST 'FOR ANUA L PLAY
RHARtALS START'1 TODAY FOR
"THlE K2N1IIT OF TRlE BURN-
ING PESTLE"
Tryouts were completed yesterday
for Masques annual play, "The Knight
of the Burning Pestle" which is to be
given in hill auditorium on Novem-
ber 22. The cast is announced as fol-.
lows: Stage attendants, Elizabeth Rig-
by, '23, and Ruth Ross, '24; speaker of
the prologue, Dorothy Jeffrey, '24;
Grocer, Portia Goulder, '23; His wife'
Katherine. Greenough, '23; Ralph, his
apprentice, Velina Carter, a24; Vei
turewell, Anne Mushkin, '23; Humph
rey, Ruth Christianson, '24; Merry-'
thought, Elizabeth Pike, '24; Jasper,
Virginia Brodel, '23; Michael, Esther
_ )Welty,. '23; Tim, Lorella Hollis, '24;
George, Beatrice Champion, '23; Tap,
ster, Dorothy Spenser, '25; Sergeant,
Margaret Rancke, '23; William Ham-j
merton, Frances Ames, '23; George
Greengoose, Florence Nelson, 25;
Luce, Shirley Salisbury, '24; Mistresq
Merrythought, Helen Eliott, '23; Pom-
piona, Hortense Miller, '24; Soldiers,
Veo Foster, '23, and Isalbl Water-
worth, '24; Boys, Constance\ Baldwin,
'23, Mattie Proudfoot, '23, Dorothy
Saunders, '24, Carribel Smith, '23;
Dancing boys, Hortense Hoad, '24,
and Carribel Schmidt; Leader of
Southwark Waits, Ruth Werkheiser.
The first meeting of the entire cast
Wins Prize For
Photo Play In
College Contest
Ar7, 0 9 , ,;u

will be held in Newberry hall at 7
o'clock this evening. At this time
Prof. J. R. Nelson will arrange a
schedule of rehearsals.
M1lomen
All women entered in the tennis
tournament are requested to play off
their first match by Friday, Oct. 13.
The list of games has been posted on
the athletic bulletin board for several
days.
Swim ing lessons, open to all Uni-
versity women, will stat t this evening
at 8 oclock at the Y. M. C. A. .The
lessons will be continued throughout
the next four months at a cost of $4
per term.
An important meeting of Wyvern
society will be held at 7:30. o'clock to
night at 836 Tappan road.
Applications for membership in
Masques should be left in the box for
that purpose in the office of the is-
sistant dean of women. All names
must be in immediately in order that
the tryouts may help, with the annual
play.
A meeting of the entire cast of "The
Knight of the Burning Pestle" will be
held tonight in Newberry hail at 7.
o'clock.
411 senior and sophomore advisors
are requested to bring their advisees
to the tea given by the Intercollegi-
ate, committee and Senior society
from 4 until 6 o'clock this afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium. All entering
upperclass women are invited to at-
ted

I"MMN RIFLE SHOOTERS
TO CHALENIGE COLLEGES
Women rifle sho ters will hold con-
tests with teams from Cornell Uni-
versity, Northwestern, M.A.C., and
other colleges, according to tho plans
outlined by Major Willis Shipparn at
a meeting of all women interested
in rifle shooting held Monday after-
noon in Barbour Gymnasium. Last
year teams from these univ.ersities
challenged the Michigan women to
tournaments by telegraph but this
year the Michigan women expect to
be the challengers.
First rifle practice for beginners will
be held from 1 to 5 o'clock Thurs.
clay aftertion at Palmer Field.-In-
dividual pra ctice and instruction is
expected to last for one hour. As in-
struction will be given twice a week
on Monday and Thursday afternoons.
it is hoped that every woman interest-

ed in rifle shooting will have an op-
portunity to practice.
"Regular attendance is necessary
for progress," Major Shippam an-
nounced. The Women's Athletic as-,
sociation is considering the plan of
giving honor points for perfect attend-
ance at practice and will vote upon the
plan at the next meeting of the Exec-
utive Board,
Engineer Announces Engagement
Announcement has been made at the
Pi Kappa A'pha ho se of the engage-
ment of Charles A. Waltmire. Jr.,
'25E, to Miss Emily Russell, of Mt.
Morris, Mich. Miss Russell is a mem-
ber of the junior class at Michigan
Agricultural college.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

1)ELEGATES TO TAU BETA PT -
CONVENTION ARRIVE TODAY
Delegates for the annual national
convention of Tau Beta Pi, national
honorary engineering fraternity, will
arrive in Ann Arbor today and tomor-
row. More than 40 technical and en-
gineering schools throughout the
country will be represnted.
There will be daily business ses-
siens. and entertainment has been pro-
vided for the remainder of the time.
Reception of delegates will take place
at the Union tomorrow morning.
Michigan's representative will be Lee
0. Case, grad., who also represented
the local chapter when the society
convened in Pittsburg last year.
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Girl Reserve leaders meeting
o'clock Thursday in Newberry
This is the second meeting in the+
weeks' training course for club
ers. Any girl interested in this
should come out.

at 7
hall.
eight
lead-
work

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JEWELER

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There will be a meeting . of the
Girls' Mandolin chib at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in Newbefry'hall. Mem-
bers are requested to brring their in-
struments.

Important business will be transact9
ed at a meeting of the Ann Arbor Un-
iversity women which will be held at
5 o'clock this afternoon in Barbour
$ gymnasium.
Rifle praet'ce for beginners will be
held from 1 to 5 o'clock Thursday aft,
ernoon 3t Palmer field, the weatheil
permitting.
Engagement of Students is Announced
Announcement has been made t
Adele Commanilni the Kappa Alpha Theta house of the
Adele Commandini, New York girl, + engagement of Marion G. Kinston,
won the first prize for the best pho- '24, to Floyd Straith, '23D. Miss King-
toplay produced by students of New ston is a pledge of the Kappo Alpha
York university in a recent contest. Theta sorority, while Mr. Straith is a
Perhaps she'll get a chance to star in member of the Delta Sigma Delta fra-
Iternity.
TODAY
CADAND
THE CAMPUS THEATRE A
UNQUESTIONABLY-TWS YEAR'S
CINEMA MASTERPIEtE

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The Greatest Romance

in All Fiction!

ANTHONY HO'PE'S

V
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SUPREME ADVENTURE ROMANCE

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p 1'i er

Princess Flavia, whom Ru-
dolf loved and-came dan-
gerously nearmarrying.

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Agak Admk
Agalknda

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JE$SE L..LASKY PYSE tS
Cecil BDeMile's
PROUUCTI0N
Thomas Mei haw
lcatricejoq Lois Wilso
It's a tale of the madcap
age

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Rupert of Hentzau, whose
villainy was so perfect it
8vas .attractive.

REX INGRAM,

AS PRODUCED BY

E-7.J
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CREATOR OF "THE FOUR HORSEMEN"
A STORYs OF ROYAL ROMANCE, AND OF ADViN1TUR4 AS BREATHLESS AND
FLASHING AS SWORD PLAY, AND IN WHICH A LOVE TALE RUNS HAND-IN-
HAND WITH SWIFT ACTION WHICH DEFIES DESCRIPTION.
"The Prisoner of Zenda" in Book Form and As a Stage Play Proved Itself
the Most Popular Romance in History. As a Screen Play it Will Prove
Even Greater Than All Its Past Triumphs!
No Screen Production Can Excell
V It in Any",Way

Astartling portrayal of
ti riotousliving by mod-
ern madcap youth, with
gorgeous settings - won-
drous ..gowns-daring wo-
men! What is it all com- J
ing to? Are the .sons and
daughters of the rich
leading the life that made
Rome fall? Mille shows it
to you here! The greatest
picture he has ever made
with Leatrice Joy as the
beautiful girl 'who goes ao
the pace and Tom Meigh-
an as the man who loves
9mmownd
COMING FRIDAY
~ier~tflw
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Antoinette de Mauban, ad-
venturers and'noblewoman,
reckless bf all save Black
Michael's favor.

I w~ : Rassendyl, English
ac i.nturer. who so loved
life that he risked it daily.

Read This Cast:

* LEWIS STONE
STUART HOLNES
EDWARD CONNELLY
* ROBERT EDESON

*ALIGE TERRY
BARBARA LA MARR
LOIS LEE
* RAMON NAVARRO

MALCOLM MC GREOOR
AND

AN ARMY OF SUPERNUMERARIS

WHOLE CITIES BUILT

MONTHS IN THE MAKING'

SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE BY THE

MAJESTIC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
ROBERT DIETERLE, Baritone

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