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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Lyndon Sells the New
Diamond Disc Phonograph
The Edison is the latest and greatest improvement in
Sound Reproducing Instrurtaents the world has ever known,
.It gives greater volume, better tones-more realistic
music-than any other phonograph ever produced.
No more needles to change-no more records to be
ruined-no more records to be broken.
Records that play 6o% longer than others-Records
that do not wear out.
And you can play any make of record on an Edison as
well as others play them.
Let me demonstrate the above facts-and you'll buy an
Edison every time.
Your Fraternity or Sorority can buy an Edison and en-
joy it at a very small cost each month.
Homes are not complete without an Edison.
Prices from $60 to $450-Easy Terms.
Other makes taken as part payment

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PRHEDICTS BA6NNER
First Appearance of Music Masters Is
Scheduled for Saturday at
the Case Game

ORPH EUM Theatre
Ann Arbor's Parlor Picture Theatre
Tues., Sept. 30-Wm. Court.
leigh in "The Better Man.'
-By Rev. Cyrus Townsend
Brady.
Wed.-Thurs., Oct. T 2 --J a c k
Conway in "The Valley of
the MVoon.--By Jack Londonu
Fri -Sat:, Oct. 3-4 - Lawrence
Peyton in "Martin Eden."
-By Jack Loudon.

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ONE YEAR- NEWYORK &CHICAGO
SIX MONTlS- BOSTON & PhtILADELPHlIA
PRESENTED WITH A COMPA (W 'WTY IN-
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Initial tryouts for the Varsity bandj
will be held from 2:00 until 6:0
o'clock this afternoon in University
Hall, under the direction of H. E.
Richards, of Detroit. Mr. Richards,
who has been obtained to lead the
band for the coming year, comes
highly recommended, having been en-
gaged in orchestral work for the past
thirty years.
With the Cambridge and Lansing
trips practical certainties, a banner
year is predicted by Samuel E. Hoex-
ter, manager of that organization. To
raise money for these trips, a concert
in Hill auditorium is planned for the
near future, and tags will be sold on
the canmpus again this fall.
"The Victors" will be heard on Fer-
ry Field for the first time Saturday
afternoon at the Case game, when the
band will make its' initial appearance
before the student body. If all goes.
well, a campus concert is planned for
Friday night.
G. M. Olson, '17, the versatile drum
major of last year, will not return to
the university this fall. Veteran play-
ers as well as new candidates are ex-
pected to report at the rehearsal this
afternoon. Altos and drummers are
in the greatest demand, few being
left over from last year's organization.

,WHITNEY-
TH EATKE
Matinee and Night
Saturday, Oct. 3d
The Best Popular Priced
Attraction of the Year
Mr. PAUL B. JONES
"T6HE
PRINCE
CHAP""
A Play of Humanity in Three Acts
By Edward Peple
Author of "The Littlest Rebel" etc.
CYRIL SCOTT'S
GREATEST SUCCESS
Notable Cast of Players
Special Scenic Equipment.
Matinee 25, 35,50.
Prices:
Night, 25, 35, 50, 75, $1.00
Seat Sale Thursday
Matinee 2.30 Night 8.15
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first assistant, and Trainer "Steve"
Farrell has charge of the physical
condition of the squad. The training
table is at the Michigan Union, and
following the DePauw game Wednes-
day the first Varsity squad will be se-
lected, and the Reserves officially or-
ganized.
The list of candidates who-have won
their letter, and their positions fol-
low: Captain Raynsford, center;
Hughitt, quarterback; Galt, right

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SCRUBS DEFEATED IN SCRAPPY
GAME
(Continued from page 1)
rest of the week, the coaches refusing
to be handicapped by the throngs of
students on the sidelines.
Following the practice Head Coach
Yost cut the Varsity squad to 36 can-
didates, the following men being post-
ed: Captain Raynsford, Cochran,
Skinner, Morse, Watson, Reimann,
Millard, Quail, McHale, Finkbeinr,
Hughitt, Zieger, McNamara, Huebel,
Maulbetsch, Galt, Benton, Bastian,
Catlett, Bushnell, Don James, Cohn,,
Whalen, Roehm, Splawn, Mead, Dunne,
- Davidson, Lyons, Efton James, Staatz,
Nieman, Graven, Hildner, De Pree, and
Norton.
FUTURE STRUGGLE INSPIRES
VARSITY
(Continued from page 1)
bel in the drills late last week.
The veteran Galt is another cripple
just now, his old knee bothering him.
Bastian has been used in his place
regularly, and will probably start in]
Wednesday's game.
On the line, Captain Raynsford has'
been shifted to center. Lyons is at his
old.place at right end, with the vet-
eran Efton James fighting Staatz. Nie-
man, Dunne, Graven and Don James
for the other extremity. Cochran is
- the choice for right guard, with Wat-
son at tackle. As the latter is the
third cripple on the squad at present,
Cochran is being used at tackle, with
Millard at guard.
On the left wing, Quail has the call
at guard, with Reimann seemingly the
choice at tackle. Skinner is the sub-
stitute center, and is also in the fight
for a line berth, along with' Morse,
Whalen, Finkbeiner, Hildner and Mc-
Hale. The latter did not report until
this week, an operation having caus-
ed the veteran guard to give up the
early training. Barton, another vet-
eran of the 1912 team, who was out
for early practice, was forced to give
up his playing on account of parental

half; Lyons, right end;
guard; Catlett, back;
end ; Bushnell, back;
line.

Cochran, right
Efton James,
and McHale,

BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
--where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "Mi men are
taken care of. -. Go to The
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when in Detroit, 5oc. Also for
y ou r Dinner o r after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ian-
quets. Dancing from 6 to8:3
and 10 to 12:30. Delightful
music -orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel
come awaits "M'' men at any
hour of the day or night at
JACOB MACK, Manager

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The candidates who have served as
Varsity substitutes or as members of
the Reserves, and their positions, are:
Bastian, halfback; Benton, line;
Bentley, halfback; Cohn, halfback;
Davidson, fullback; Morse, center;
Millard, guard; Mead, fullback; Nor-
ton, guard; Quail, guard; Reimann,
tackle; Roehm, halfback; Staatz, end;
Watson, tackle; and Wells, end.
Candidates from last year's All-
Fresh, and their positions, follow:
Splawn, fullback; Maulbetsch, half-
back; Skinner, center; Nieman, end;
Finkbeiner, tackle; Graven, end; Hue-
bel, back; Don James, end; McNama-
ra, quarterback; Dunne, end; and Zie-
ger, quarterback.
Among the other candidates are:
Atwood, line; Berge, line; llil:'ner,
last fall, and next to splawn i the
guard; McLeod, line; Mac Ladlen,
line; Patterson, line; Wlrn. g ard;
and Wood, line.

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