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March 02, 1916 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-03-02

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ALL NATION REVUE

INDIVIDUALITY and QUALITY

Is the Keynote of all the clothes we tailor.

The

weaves are unusual. The Designing and Tailor-
ing is adapted to the personality of the individual
wearer
Look over the Spring Fabrics
t h at have j us t arrived
Prices are Far from Extreme---$30.OO and Up
TAILORS TO MEN
713-715 N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE

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Fetter, Horatio Abbot, George W. Mil
len, A. H. Lloyd, Bert Schumacher;
Ewald Bourke, I-. M. Bates, John R.
Effinger, Victor H. Vaughan, N. S,
uff, Mortimer Cooley, W. H. Butts;
Julius Schlotterbeck, E. H. Kraus,
Charles Burt, Dwight Goddard, Henry
Adams, Earnest WNurster, J. A. C.
Hildner, Louis Strauss, James I3
Marks, Shirley Smith, and Miss JenniE
Buell.
Detroit-Ivrs. Henry B. Joy, Mrs
George Caron, Miss Clara E. Dyer, Mrs
Henry Riley Fuller, Mrs. Charles B
Warren, Mrs. S. Depew, Mrs. Joseph B
Schlatern, Mrs. Andrew H. Green, Jr.
Mrs. J. B. Ford, Mrs. J. 0. Murfin, Mrs
A. J. Boynton, Mrs. W. A. C. Miller, ane
Mrs. George Johnston

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ANNOUNCE PATRONESSES

to be reserved for them.
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The list fol-

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Send Social
Leaders-

Arbor

Ann Arbor-Mesdames Harry B.
Flutchins, Dean Myra B. Jordan, R. M.
Wenley, Junius E. Beal, "Wilfred B.
Shaw, John R. Allen, Carl Huber, H.
1. Riggs, Harry Cole, D. W. Springer,
Thomas Lowrie, George Burke, C. P.
Wagner, A. E. Jennings, Hl. L. Switzer,
Lloyd Douglas, L. A. Barret, N. C.

Patronesses of the All Nation Revue
have been secured in Ann Arbor, Ypsi-
lanti and Detroit. A block of seats is

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