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PROF, AND 5 STUDENTS
ON STATE RIFLE TEAM
WILL COMPETE IN NATIONAL
MEET AT CALDWELL, N. J.
NEXT MONTH
Six University of Michigan men are
listed on the state team that is to rep-
resent Michigan in te national rifle
matches at Caldwell, N. J., Aug. 15 to
30. Prof. C. E. Wilson, of the engi-
neering college, will captain the
Michigan team. The other five Uni-
versity men on the state team, all
engineers, are J. D. Lowry, Dale Kauf-
man, H. Vogt, G. Strimbeck, and C.
Vogt.
The state team is made up of 17
men. The members of the team listed
from outside the University are H. L.
D. Smith, Charles Neigebaur, and
Charles Paugh, of Detroit; J. B. Hen-
drick, M. D. Girard, P. N. Lagesen and
W. T. Venn, of Pentwater; H. Cham-
bers and F. H. Coleman, of Saginaw;
and J. Fluegel, E. Gibson and E.
Lamphier, of Kalamazoo.
Representatives of every state will
contest for the national championship
at the Caldwell shoot, while most of
the territories will also have entries.
In several past shoots teams have
come from the Philippines and Hawaii
to compete.
First Entrance in 1903
Michigan entered the national rifle
meet for the first time in 1903. In
1904 the Michigan team ranked thir-
teenth, the best ranking ever attained
by a Michigan team. Several of the
members of the 1919 team have been
on the state teams in previous years.
Prof. Wilson was a member of the
Michigan team for five consecutive
years from 1904 to 1908, and again
was on the state squad in 1912. P.
G. ;Foster, a former member of the
state team, is the only Michigan rep-
resentative on the United States rifle
team that competed in the Inter-Allied
shoot in France his summer.
Three Distances
The national contest will include
three distances, 200 yards rapid firing,
300 yards and 500 yards. The scores
of all members of the Michigan team
in the three tryouts follow. Each try-
out includes the score made in each
of the three distances. A perfect score
would have been 150 in each tryout,
or a total of 450.
The figures following the names
denote respectively the scores in the
first, second, and third tryouts, the
total score, and the percentage.
H. L. D. Smith, Detroit-135, 138, 139,
412, 91.75.
Chas. Neigebaur, Detroit -132, 138,
140, 410, 9148.
C. E. Wilson, U. of M.-134, 138, 136,
408, 91.00.
Chas. Paugh, Detroit-134, 134, 136,
404, 89.80.
J. D. Lowry, U. of M.-133, 131, 135,
399, 88.90.
Dale Kaufman, U. of M.-134, 130, 134,
398, 88.88.
J. B. Hendrick, Pentwater-13, 130,
137, 390, 86.75.
M. D.:Girard, Pentwater-128, 134, 128,
390, 86.75.
H. Vogt, U. of M.-139, 126, 124, 389,
86.60.
P. N. Lagesen, Pentwater-123, 125,
129, 377, 83.90.
H. Chambers, Saginaw-129, 127, 119,
375, 83.78.
F. H. Coleman, Saginaw-124, 130,
120, 374, 83.40.
G. Strimbeck, U. of M.-126, 121, 119,
366, 81.50.
W. T. Venn, Pentwater-121, 115, 129,
365, 81.44.
C. Vogt, U. of M.-118, 124, 123, 365,
81.44.

J. Fluegel, Kalamazoo-120, 126, 118,
364, 81.32.
E. Gibson, Kalamazoo-116, 126, 115,
357, 79.00.
E. Lamphier, Kalamazoo -109, 103,
124, 336, 74.87.

MILLINERY CIRCLES

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A great many of them are navy blue, plain or perhaps trimmed
with some simple ornament. Small close fitting and tip tilted sail-
ors prevail.
One lovely dress hat is quite large and has a softly drooping
brim. It is entirely of black taffeta.
Hats of navy and brown taffeta are corded and have pongee
underfacings.

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Fall fashions are already beginning to pour into the second
floor fashion salons, and most conspicuous, among them are frocks
of navy blue taffeta.
Their smart and unusual styles proclaim them at once to be
the work of skilled fashion designers. Tiers of skirt ruffles cleverly
placed, an unusual drapery of a buoffant nature, the use of artistic-
ally beaded motives-these are but instances of the features which
set each frock apart from its neighbor.
Georgette and taffeta combinations are seen as well as taffeta
" frocks with sleeves of Georgette.

Navy Leads the Vogue
In Taffeta Frocks
for Tall

PRICED FROM $30 TO $40

CLEVER HATS OF TAFFETA LEAD IN

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MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA Nightly--All Shows Sunday
July 20-21,22-Anita Stewart in "Human
Desire." "The Star Boarder" Larry
Semon Comedy.
July 23-24-Wallace Reid in "You're
Fired." "The Last Bottfe" Flagg
Comedy.
Julyd25-26-Dorothy Gish in "Pep-
pery Polly." "Rowdy Ann" Christie
Comedy.
A R CADE
Shows at 3:00,;7.00, 8:30
Phones:
jTheatre, 296-M j Mgr's Res., 2316-M

Auto Truck Corporation Organized
Lansing, July 18.-The first huge
auto truck corporation in the state
has ben given permission to organ-
ize by the public utilities commis-
sion.

Tues-Wed-22-23--Harry T. Morey in
"Beauty Proof;" Star Comedy, "Stop,
Cease, Hesitate" and News Weekly.
Thurs-Fri-24-25-AliceJoyce in "The
Third Degree;" Christie Comedy, "Oh,
What a Night!" and Ford Weekly. 25c.
Sat-26-May Allison in "Almost Mar-
ried," and Big'-V Comedy, "Tootsies and
Tamales."

ARROW
T7e2 'TfAIOw ~
SOFT COLLARS
FIT WELL-WASH EASILY
Cheft, Peabody 4- Co., Inc., Troy, N. Y.
CORONA
L. C. Smith
Remington
Underwood
Hammond and
other makes of typewriters
bought, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, repaired.

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WUERTH THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30, 10:00

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Music Notes
Singing of French songs of the 18th
century by Miss Jeannette Vander-
Velpen, the Belgian soprano, of De-
troit, will feature the next School of
Music Faculty concert to be given
at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in Hill
auditorium. Miss VanderVelpen is a
pupil of Mr. Theodore Harrison of the
School of Music.
She will apepar in the costumes of
the period, as she has in several other
cities where she has rendered this
program. Everywhere she. has been
received with much enthusiasm. The
promoters of the concert hope that
many residents of Ann Arbor as well
as the students will avail themselves
of the opportunity of hearing this tal-
ented singer in her unique program.
Mrs. Elsie Kempton, organist, pupil
of Earl V. Moore, head of the organ
departemnt, will also appear at this
time.
The general public is cordially in-
vited to hear the following program:
Bergere Legere; Moi je n'irai
plus au bois; Menuet d'Exandet;
18th century folk songs arranged
by ..................Weckerlin
Vous dansez, Marquise ......Lemaire
Miss Jeannette VanderVelpen
Sonata, No. 5, Op. 80.......Guilmant
Allegro appassionato; Adagio;
Scherzo
Mrs. Elsie Kempton
Le Papillon ..............Fourdrain
Oh! si les Flurs avaient des Yeux
..'' . ..... Massenet
Les Filles de Cadix........... Delibes
Miss VanderVelpen
Lamentation; Grand Choeur.Guilmant
Mrs. Kempton
Mrs. George B. Rhead, Accompanist
GERMAN CHEMICAL INTERESTS
BRING UNITED STATES $4,000,000
New York, July 18.-Eight thousand
German-owned shares of the three
chemical companies, formerly con-
trolled by the Roessler and Hass-
lacher interests, were sold at public
auction today by the alien property
custodian to Coffin & Co., bankers, and
the American Aniline Products, Inc.,
for approximately $4,000,000,

Yanks Win Wives
With Blubber Oil
(From the Stars and Stripes)
The Yanks who have courted the
vivacious Fench mademoiselle in Par-
is and elsewhere, and who have been
compelled to touch the skipper for an
occasional loan in order to shower
libations of champagne and nouga-
tines at the feet of the sweetest girl
in the world, and all that, will turn
pink with envy when they learn what
some of the other members of the A.
E. F. are getting away with.
Farther away from America than
any of us ever hope to be again, a de-
tachment of Yanks is getting away
with murder and winning brides for
themselves at a reduced rate.
To date 12 doughboys on the Mur-
man coast in far-off Russia, near Arch-
angel, have been married, and as far
as can be proved, they did it with
candles and blubber oil. The Q. M.

complained that they couldn't ke
enough guards in thentallowsecti
but what's a candle: or two when
man's future is at stake? And wh
is the present-day economy expert w
will not admit that a wedding bre
fast of blubber oil and whale steal
the acme of food conservation?
It has been reported that the .lat
girl to promise to "love, honor,
obey" is Mariesky Krazxkyloffnpk, w
will shortly be known as Mrs. Jo
Smith, of Toledo, Ohio.
The international matrimon
market has by this time found ma
investors among the Yanks of Fran
Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and B
sia.
Mail Plane Wrecked; Flier Uninju
New York, July 21.-Charles H. A
lin, who left Belmont Park, L.
with mail for Chicago early tot
wrecked his aeroplane when forcec
alight at Hellertown, Pa., accord
to information redeived here. Ang
was uninjured.

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Tues-Wed-22-23-"ONE WOMAN," A
SIXREEL SPECIAL BY THOMAS
DIXON, AUTHOR OF "THE BIRTH
OF A NATION" with a Lloyd Comedy
and Kinogram Weekly.
Thurs-Fri-24-25 - "Marriage," starring
Catherine Calvert, and a two reel L-Ko
Comedy, "Howling Lions. and :Cireps
Queens."
Sat - 26 -- Beatriz Michelena in ."just
Squaw" with an Arbuckle Comedy and
News Weekly.
Sun-Mon - 27-28-William Russell in
"Brass Buttons" and a Sunshine Com-
edy, "Virtuous -usbands."
Tues-Wed-29-30-Gladys Brockwell in
"A Little Sneak" with Lloyd Comedy
and Kinogram Weekly.

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TYPEWRITING and
M:IEOGRAPHING
A Specialty

BEG YOUR PARDON
In a story appearing in The Wolver-
ine of July 17,. Dr. C. G. Parnall was
incorrectly quoted as having made
mention of "social service hospitals."
The Wolverine takes this opportunity
to correct the reporter's error.

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ORPHEUM THEATRE
2:00, 3:30, 7:00, 6:30, 10:00

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TODAY AND TOMORROW
HARRY MOREY
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""BEAUTY PROOF"
From the Novel "Philip Steele of the Royal
Mounted by JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
What is a woman hater? Is any man proof against femini
beauty l See Corporal Steele of the Royal Mounted in "Beauty Proof
Also Star Comedy, "STOP, CEASE, HESITATE"
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
ALICE JOYCE
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Tues-Wed-22-23-Albert Ray in "Be a
Little Sport" and "THE SILENT MYS-
TERY" No. 10.
Thurs-Fri-24-25-D. W. Griffith's "The
Girl Who Staid at Home" with a News
and Comedy (Ret.).
Sat-26--Pauline Frederick in "A Daugh-
ter of the South" with a News and
Comedy (Ret.).
Sun-Mon-27-28-Louise Huff 'in "The
Little Intruder" with a Mutt & Jeff
Cartoon Comedy, "Down Stairs and

LOST
LOST - Gold Eversharp pencil on
State street. Liberal reward. Box
B, Wolverine.
LOST-White ivory hand-mirror with
blue initials N. A. Y. engraved on
the back. Lost two weeks ago
Wednesday between State St. and
Municipal Bathing Beach. Phone

WANTED

WANTED-A good pianist can make
some Summer school money by call-
ing Mr. Yeager between 5:30 and
6:30 immediately. Wuerth Theater.
WANTED-To buy, this week, sixteen
or seventeen foot canoe. Call Mott
652-M.

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