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E TWELVE rHE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1967
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MEN'S WEAR:
Mod, Traditional Style Clothes
Shown in New Colors, Design

Boots, Casual, I
Complete Cainpi

FOR THE MAN whose size you forget, some suggestions: leather handled bar set, rope tiger mani-
cure set holder, jewelry box, travel grooming kit, p ortable pants creaser, doctor's bag travel bar, key
case, wallet, or shoe shine strap kit.

By LAURI HARRIS
It is Thurdsay afternoon- and
Patricia Dinsmore, '69, is waiting
to catch a plane from Detroit
Metropolitan Airport to Miami
and eventually join the college
crowd in Fort Lauderdale., She
plans to -stay for the weekend
and fly back to school early Mon-
day morning.
Now you may say that the
average college student cannot
afford to take a weekend vacation
in Florida, and several years ago'
you may have been right. But such
a trip is now within the means
of many students beacuse of the
Student Standby System now
operating on most airlines.
The main advantage to Youth
Fare is that it allows a person
between the ages of 12 and 21 to
fly half fare anywhere in the
continental United States anytime
Calendars make
great gifts-
get them at
Student Book Service

exclusive of the major holiday
rush days when reservations and
full fare is required. This means,
for you disbelievers, that Pattie
Dinsmore can fly to Florida for
for $73.40 roundtrip and spend a
weekend in the sunny South.
To obtain a Youth Fare Card,
you must take three dollars, proof
of age, and fill in an application
form at any airlines office or
travel representative. Your card
is transferable among all the ma-
jor airlines until your twenty-
second birthday when it becomes
void. Cards from some airlines
offer discount rates on theatres
and hotel accomodations.
The one main disadvantage is
that you are not allowed to make
a reservation to fly half fare. $ut
if there is a seat vacant at depar-
ture time, it is yours. It is there-
fore wise to have several alternate
flights in mind, just in case the
one you had originally planned to
take is filled with full-fare or mil-
itary passengers.
There are several airlines which
have a reservation system applica-
ble to the stand-by group.You get
one third or one quarter off the
original price and are assured a
seat on the flight you desire. In-
cluded in this group are Alleghany,
Delta, Eastern, and Northwest Air-
lines.

By RICHARD PALCHIK
When a male college studentj
considers buying a pair of shoes
he will think of three basic
things: the use to which he will
put them. the price and the style

By CHARLES CHARNAWSKAS where blazers and herringbones
This fall marked one of the big- are being replaced by the bold
gest fashion changes to take place plaids and Glenn plaids in mixed
in men's clothing in a long time, colors Eye-catching and youth-
Both in dress and casual wear, f I . the plaid -coats comprise eigh-
this year's fashions are different ty percent of many stores' fall
in both color and design. The tra- and winter stock. For the most
ditional three-button sports coat part, the coats are in the tradi-
and Ivy style in dress clothing re- tionai three-button Ivy style, with
main, but shirts, coats, sweaters, the exception of most of the im-
patterns and colors have seen ported fashions. The stores' coth-
fashion changes. ing buyers generally agree that
The most predominant change on campus the conservative trend
is in fabric patterns and colors.! is still most popular.
Manufacturers have moved from Sweater Styles
conservative color extremes, the The biggest changes after the
dark solid colors, to medium and sports coats is in men's sweaters.,
mixed colors in plaids and stripes. As one salesman said, "as the stu-'
The most noticeable facet of this I dents receive more spending mon-
trend is in men's sports coats, ey, they begin to buy the better

knits," and so the cableknits, bul-
ky knits, and Irish wools are pi-
valent. Newest on the scene and
very populai is the Irish wool and
knit, one of the loosest and ulki-
est knits on the market. These
sweaters are appearing in the
crew neck, V-neck, mock turtle-
neck, and turtleneck styles. The
cableknits and other sweaters are
also appearing in the crew neck
and turtleneck styles, To go with,
the sweaters are the popular tat-
ersall and striped shirts, worn
with wilder than ever ties.
For the winter cold, car coats
and three-quarter wool coats are
the most popular. Throughout
most of the stores suede jackets
are very popular items; one sales-
man said that New York predicts
a renewed interest in suede cloth-
ing. Carcoats are appearing i
double-breasted styles and extra
heavy wools, in solid colors or
plaids, some with matching scar-
ves. Double-breasted style coats
are proving most popular in the
carcoats.

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he wants; probably in that order. pendin
Shoe wise, the male students' and or
needs fall into two categories: For
class and casual wear which will individ
require a plain, low cost, long are tlh
wearing shoe and dress wear, purcha
where the student is probably it. wil
willing to sacrifice wearability with p
and lower cost for a more dressy peciall
shoe. pndir
For day-to-day life students they c
have found two basic types of anythi
foot wear sufficient for their It i:
needs. Namely, the penny-type good p
loafer, in numerous colors and- wear u
styles, which wears well and sells too mu
for from $15 to $25. Lately the it tak
boot shoe, or half boot, is be- buying
coming more popular. Since these to stor

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Although most of the stores
around campus still deal almost
exclusively in the conservative
styles, two local stores are niore
adventuresome, Saks Fifth Ave-
nue and the Mod Scene. Althougn
still dealing in mostly conserva-
tive styles, Saks carries many im-
ported sports coats and will prob-
ably be one of the first stores to
have the new British style suits
with eleven inch vents, shaped .
and longer coats, and the new
patterns and colors. Relative to '
other stores, Saks handles a high-
er percentage of imported cloth-
ing. .
The Mod Scene is understand-
ably principally concerned with
the mod fashions, although the
store carries conservative cloth- _w
ing as well. Among their stock
are the patterned pants, c.p.o.
shirts, latest in sweaters, and,
suede coats, which are ordered
specially for each customer.
Overall the big change has been PATTERNED HOSE have moved into til
in color, with the traditional styl- combine with new squared-off toes and
ing still predominant. the traditional loafers as the latest in r
DON'T MAKE CHRISTMAS A SILENT
* "Auw"1
"+ >,

Even !know
he answer to that.
It's FOLLETT'S

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Follett's suggests
books as ideal gifts
for young and old
If you're trying to make the most of your Christmas
time and money, you should consider books for
your gift-giving. Of course, Follett's has loads of
books for students-school-required and school-
approved. 1But, did you know that we have
non-academic books. on science, religion, history,
psychology and such?
And, you will also find many gift-worthy titles in our
immense stock of fiction and non-fiction paperbacks.
With books you don't have to worry about sizes,
fits, colors, etc. Just take your cue from hobby,
current interest, profession, or job, and you can't
go wrong. There's no better way to show your
awareness and appreciation of a person than
to show your interest in their interest.

A NEW LOOK for mens' outerwear this winter is this three-
quarter double breasted middle style semi-dress coat, worn with
a Tyrol Valour hat. Both at Saks Fifth Avenue, $65 and $15.
I ,
Bring Your Christmas List
to,
Ann Arbor's Unique Gift Shop
We have quality merchandise at"
reasonable prices-
and
AS USUAL THE UNUSUAL
Open Friday and Monday evenings until 8:30 P.M.
December 1 -thru the 23rd, 9 A.M. until 8:30 P.M.
330 Maynard Across from the Arcade

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