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October 25, 1985 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

You've really prepared
for this one.
You have evidence, clues,
statements r, depositions,
affidavits, expert wit 7
nesses, motions, di
i'd
the precedent set in
So-and-So vs.
What's-his-Name.
But let's con
sider your appeal.
Now, we certainly
would not want to suggest
that judges and juries are
influenced by how you
look. What could it matter
if your suit seems a bit
worn, or your shirt's a
little frayed, or
your tie's a bit odd?
On the other
hand, what a y.. could it
hurt to look terrific?
Sure. Come and talk with
us about clothing for court.

Friday, October 25, 1985 17

We have more than 30
years of experience in
helping lawyers
dress, so ours is
not a trial and
error method.—
We'll show you the
colors and fabrics that have
a record of success. For ex-
ample, suits by Alexander
Julian, Cricketeer, and
Evan Picone.
And after you choose a
suit, we'll help you select
everything else you need.
Shirts, ties, socks, belts,
eve g.
course, we can't
antee that a new suit Irom
the Campus Mens Shop
will make you a winner.
You see, we might have
dressed the other lawyer,
too:



We're going to help you look terrific.

Woodward and Maple, Birmingham 642-1965 Kercheval, in theVillage, Grosse Pointe 884-0'701



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