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April 28, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-04-28

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You Have Two Alternatives
When Clothes Buying
Q NE is to go to a tailor pick out a piece of goods, and wait
for three or four "try-ois'' and in the end run thecristk of*
an unintelligent fit.
Thae other is to come to us--and get a STEIN BtOCH
Snat Suit or Overcoat-try it on once befo e a mirror-see the
gm iint compete in all its careful wokmanhip-dteiine
ii )v thuo pattern looks on you imamediately aftr yon pick thema
out-get a garment that is actually made for you, so accurate
and neat is a STEIN-BLO0CH it-and the styc is far more up-
to-date than the merchant tailors can be.
Take fthe fiie-sing, ris/slce,, mo sa oosiyllof/
S/ is-b-Ii/wh tOily
Lind ensohffitt, Apfol & Co,
SING FURNISHINGS
SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
WC haeenSedteiC Iyfo
College Caps and Gowns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
W E iwold suggest Ithat you leae yorit ecil iand011 sasurlililn I
~V before April 1st to insure th pom(pt Cdli Iy of 12011SIn.
These (SClap adOGuans are elyc Imale Coi youroder, s~ri iiorIailty
varieties hre fer patrons inpetio.
Thle newesteffets in MahatanIShisf,CNeeklci tc. Glove1s
Hosiery, Novelty Hadkcrchies, Sprng, o ighu-nI ISIS - l
SPRING HEADWEAR
All Che ew shapes ind sf1011 5 Pnthe hest-fthllkl
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
Doutt fail to sICeh-Pai. Gnsn 1ieelsspeial .11,1
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St
AMIL J o%&Y THEATRE

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
UNIVERSITY NO-r'IcES
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Children l0c Night Prices 25-35-50

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{ tages rected i
-I"U"IRE DAYSt"'4 StageO

Wt art stilt taking uo-tetsnfta
a<1 Caps and 'owns
li~IFor Alt Departetn nts
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~~ MACK & CO.
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This is the greatest attractin of t
Enogaged at enormttus salatry
of artitmal trai
Grace Hoopes
Singiug Gil t___ I-

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; s n Bluford
Ig ;; ast

CALN&CA~mC The Webier andtiFields o s sil
Reserve yore,
Wed.- - - Dnn Day
May 4i IlU B~ Only
/MATINEE- AND)N i N 5 I t IN N AP t II
ALast-VASSAR GIRL.., '. i orn
THRlEUEIDAYS CttMlhiNCt vliti allAY t

.hWAYS AIIEI~iD IN
STYILiS

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TilING IN TAILORING

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