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November 07, 1909 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1909-11-07

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Without Wool
Nothing is Worse
Clothes to keep their shape, to wear, must be
made of pore wool. A few clothes-lahels are sewed
honestly into pore wool clothes, not many. STEI\-.
BLocs'S label is, and each piece of cloth is tested
for it.
STI iN-BLOCH offcrs you what no othei makers
can:A lit tat is rig/ht, a s/te I/hat is worild-..Widc, 14i1-
rits (old thchiedic/lciipats that uOtte//ie bes/t/5(1/ titittttf
ctt biy.
We are proud to he identified with these cloties.
We welcomte you to try them on, to exanmine there andI
see hosw they will raise your looks and your tbearitig..
Lilldellsohffitt, Apfel & Co.

THrE MAICHIGAN DAILY
1j__I~VERSITY NOT[ICES New W, hitneyT la atre
®..,. .i MONDAY, NOV. 3
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I/ti, ~ / DALY TUESDAY, NOV. 9th

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HNEGEINTS GI{ANT DJEGREES
Large Nuimber oatlDeferred Diplomeas
lExtended to Students.
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In the News Roneati Irish Play
Sweet Innisfallen
Songs, Scettery ad Play Fresh trotm
the Lakes iof Kittarney
Yes, so they were telhin' me"
Prices: 25-50-75-$1.00

A Prodigitos Body of Stellor Lrights, preet-
ing an unostraincuioroot of Melitluous~ Song.
Facetiouso Sayings and Daring Aowe-Inspiring
Undertakings.
Reiterating Former
Triumphs
Paramount Organization of
the Minstret World
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c
PARADE AT NOON

ENGINEERS' DRAFTING LIGHT
No shadows
Perfectly steady
Easy on the eyes
Perfectly illumination of the Drawing Board
All engineers are specially invited to call and
examine this light at our office.
Ann Arbor Gas Company
- Bi13jou -
CHIANUEi OF BILL MONDAY AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4==6
TOM RIPLEY - - - - Monologist
JORDAN-FRANK & CO. - Playlet, " Before the Play"
motion Pictures
Maestsic Theatre
WEEK NOV. 8th
Engageenetof
Melbourne MacDowell and Virginia Drew Trescoti
The Celebrated Drameatic Star:
In a powerful one act play, "A Man ol the People"
GEORGE and GEORGE - - Acrobatic Conmedians
LOU ANGER - "The German Soldier" Mooous
Special Featue
GERTIE JE MILI, and HrDnigByA MUSICALD
REMEMBER! Beginning next week, Nov. 11 ~h
TWO :SHOWS EVERY WEEK
New Program Mondays and Thursdays
COMINC SOONY
Eight (8) Berlin Ma doaps
ALL GIRLS

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THE ANN ARBOR BIBLE CHAIRS
444 S. STATE ST. TEL. 937
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR SUNDAY, NOV. 7
TWO LECTURES BY G. P. COLEE
1. Jesus and Social Problems of His Day: A Study in the Galilean
Ministry. 12 to 1 P. M.
2. Turning the Other Cheek; a Study in Ithe Sertuon tin Ihe Mount.
4 P. M.
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The onie of Go la lthes
MAKE A NOTE
Every effort has been made by us to gain your
patronage. No store carries a more complete stock
of clothing and furnishings.
Knox Hats Manhattan Shirts
Stetson Hats Spalding Sweaters
Perrin and Dent's Gloves
And all the latest styles in Neckwear, and we
allow no one to undersell us.
Reule, onli el g,
200-202 South Main Street.
Int Newest Swagger Stylce
LargesI assorstm nett ini the city notws on displtay
MACK & CO.
You lVn's
Have youe heard that stroger at the
Theatorium"
Better hlarry. She's cirea t!I

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GRANGER'S SCHOOL OF IDANCING
Classesfr Ldies oandtUentlemaTu~oeyeendThursdayeeingse,
700ttott8:t0olk. Joieeny tie. leremtbeginsowheyouo.o
For partclars tall at Atademy or Phote 246 . Otfice Hours: I1 . M.

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLES

MTLWA'. r 1F, AfLOR

THE BEST 012 EVERY
TfIIINtI IN TAILORING

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