sus Generals, Snow, Ie
s. As a loyal reservist
ned to the colors, and
1 engagement with the
. 29th, the opening of
Lyndon Sells the New
Diamond Dise Phonograph
The Edison is the latest and greatest improvement in
Sound Reproducing Instruments 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
Always a Good Show
Phone 1701 p
..MAJ EST I
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
October 1st, 9d, 3d.
on to do
Offers the Famous Singing and Dancing Pair
Earl S. Dewey and Mabel Roger
Ei. Liberty St.
719 N. University
FORESTRY CANDIDATES WILL
BE TESTED AT EAST TAWAS,
Examination for assistant forest ran-
ger will be held at East Tawas, Michi-
gan, October 19 and 20. Candidates
must be able-bodied men between the
ages of 21 and 40, must have practical
experience as well as - theoretical
knowledge; must have ability to make
maps; must be residents of the state
in which they seek employment; and
should be familiar with local industrial
conditions, and topography.
The examination consists of two'
parts: first, the answering of questions
relating to land surveying, timber .es-
timating and lumbering, land laws,
mining, and the live stock business;
second, a field test including riding
LENS, '82, -TO SPEAK BEFORE,
GER)LANS IN DETROIT TONIGHT
University students are invited to
attend the Red Cross Relief meeting of
the Deutscher Bund of Detroit, to be
held in the Detroit Armory, at 8:00
o'clock tonight. John J. Lens, '82, will
speak on "Relations Between Germany
and America," and Prof. Eugen Kueh-
nemann, Exchange professor at Yale
University, will deliver an address on
"Germany in the Present World Cri-
sis." Songs will be sung by the Ger-1
man, the Austrian and the Hungarian
singing societies of Detroit.
LOST OR STOLEN-An Underwood
typewriter. Return to Michigan
Daily offilce and receive reward.
FOR SALE-Excelsion Twin Motor-
cycle. In fine condition--cheap-
cash or time. Inquire at 1118 S. Uni-
FOR SALE-Beautiful $50 Farrand
banjo at a bargain. Tan leather
case. Phone 544-. tf
FOR SALE-Indian twin cylinder mo-
torcycle, $100. Call 339-J.
FOR SALE-Barber shop. 207 Huron1
Ann Arbor's Parlor Picture Theatre
MON-TUES., OCT. 5-6
Hobart Bosworth presents
'John Barleycorn' by Jack
WED-THURS., OCT. 7-8
P. P. Craft presents 'East
FRI-SAT., OCT. 9-10
J. L. Lasky presents Rob-
ert Edison in 'The Call of the
BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
The Merriest, Musical Mix-up in Many
Moons. Filled to the Brim with Gay Girls,
Hummy Tunes, Classy Costumes and Loads
And Pony, Peachy Chiorus of 8 Maidens
Remember two shows every right, 7.30 and 9.00
Remember 4 Matiaees eachweek, Tues., Wed., Friday, Sat.
Remember Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tuesday and Friday
Matinee Prices-1000 Seats 10c. Few reserved t 15e.
Night Prices-Entire main fieor,25c. Balcony, 20c and f0c.
Extra! Friday Night
Chorus Girls Contest between the
First and Second Shows.
obably have a brother or a
an old friend who is very in-
n Michigan's Football Season.
he will enjoy following the
ry day through the Daily col-
ou can send the Daily to any
>r the entire Football Season
Call at the office across
Majestic and deposit $1.00.
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "" men are
taken care of. 'Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
y o u r Dinner o r after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of..M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and io to 12:30. Delightful
music--orchestral and voice.-'
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" meniatany
hour of the day or night at
at All Prices
JACOB MAC.K, Manager
OUE $2.00 AND $2.50 HATS
F 118 E. Huron St., near Allene1 Hotel
ACTORY HAT STORL
violin, organ, or
they may take
it for Advanced work.
r music and de-
office, or address
FOR RENT-Suite on second floor.
Modern. $3.50 per week. Board in
private family. $4.00 per week.
1105 E. University. Phone 2477-J
FOR RENT-Pleasant warm single'
room at 604 Madison St. 4-5-6
FOR RENT-Rooms for girls. Two
single rooms and one suite. Good,
light, airy, well furnished, and con-
venient. Two doors from Campus.
Prices reasonable. 610 South In-
galls. Phone 936-J. 2-3-4-5
FOR RENT-Desirable rooms two
blocks from campus. Price low. 412
Cambden Place between Volland and
Who is Interested
iN MICHI GAN'S
You Have a Friend
Send him all the Football
e and Return.
and Campus News
1. of M. Game
onable mending done. Mrs. L. Koch.
214 E. Ann St. 5-6-7
WANTED-Students to work-Board
for waiting table one hour each
meal. Will be expected to room in
the building. $2.00 per week. Large
room, two beds, double office desk.
First class accommodation. Hotel
American. Phone 123.
WANTED-Student salesmen. Tem-
porary work only. We accept only
best men experienced in selling.
Mail your address to B, Michigan
Daily for particulars.
Junior dental supplies at Switzer's
Hardware. 310 & State.
The Michigan Daily
Across from the Majestic
October 17 di
Mn. Leave Lansing
M. Arrive Ann Arbor
Going From Ann Arbor,
sale for your accommodation.
d Depot Ticket Office
6 Round Trip
DON'T TALK WAR-TALK SHOP
We are the only
le,%nts"' .Supply Si
Engineer's Wants-Opposite Engineering Arch
I.P. NOTE BOOKS - - - POUND PAPER - - FOUNTAIN PENS
L. C. SCHLEEDE :: Phone 1160-R
:: 1111 S. Unix,