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Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, December 7, 1968 Saturday, December 7, .1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Why shop at Sam's store?
Common answer: Levis!

By SHARON WEINER The most common reason giv-
W h y do students walk for en by the customers is levis.
blocks from campus to shop? Sam's has shelves and shelves
Specifically, what motivates the of all kinds of levis - and what
students to go to Sam's Store, you s e e displayed upstairs is
on East Washington? only a small part of the inven-
HOLIDAY
GIFT SUGGESTIONS
Fuzzy Little Stuffed Alpaca Dogs
Self-contained Knife & Fork-Carving Sets
Capiz Shell Wind Chimes-Hand-Carved Polish Boxes
Pony, Sheep, Kangaroo, Reindeer, or Calfskin Rugs
at
The Medina Shop,
402 Maynard St. 663-4540
Corner E. William,
' ? ,. Au~m asmnam mraesue

tory. Sam's has the largest
stock of levis in southeast Mich-
igan, over 7,000 pairs, sizes 0-76.
Another explanation offered
by the student customers for
making the journey out to
Sam's is the atmosphere. Ex-
plains one senior, "It's old, real
friendly, and informal - they're
not always bugging you to buy
something."
The lack of pressure, which
is a policy at Sam's, is also the
reason one coed gives for walk-
ing from campus to Sam's in
20 degree weather. "I wanted to
buy a pair of boys jeans," she
says, "and I was too chicken to
go to a boys store. Here, you can
try on anything ....
One clerk notes that ladies
buy almost everything the men
buy.
The selection at Sam's Store
is frequently cited by the cus-
tomers as superior to most com-
mercial Ann Arbor stores.

FROM BEAUTIFUL downtown Ann Arbor, the House of Para-
phernalia introduces a clerical-collared pantsuit.
UAC trips: rebates
and travel goodies

-OF", w

GIVE A GIFT
OF FUN!-
Save 10-20% on
A Christmas GIFT SUBSCRIPTION

By LISA STEPHENS
Are you sick of hearing your
roommate talk about his trip to
Europe?
Do you wish you were dead
when the dinner table conversa-
tion turns to Great Cities I Have
Visited and the best you can
manage is Cleveland?
Do you cringe when you com-
pliment someone on their sweat-
er and find out they "picked it
up for nothing" in some little
shop in Belgium?
Are you tired of watching your
best friend get letters e v e r y
week from someone they met in
Barcelona?

Center has the answer to that
urge to jet away from it all:
UAC charter flights. UAC can
take you round-trip to Europe
for less than the cost of a one-
way flight on a commercial air-
line.
Unlike other charter groups
on campus, UAC makes no prof-
it on their flights. Any excess
money left after the plane fills
is returned to the travellers as
a rebate. The refund has been
as high as $30 in the past,
Gates Moss, UAC's travel chair-
man, says.

Is that what's bothering you,

friend?
Well,

University Activities

A CONTINENTAL FUR PANT-SUIT with crepe, ruffled green
blouse, is a richly cozy at home outfit.
Cashmere goes out
ats fur becomes in
By ELIZABETH GRAY pushing this year. After all, what
There was a time when the only are jewels and satin without fur?
talking animal over five feet tall A further influence has been the
talinganial verfiv fet tllnostalgia for those by-gone days
and covered withafur was Smokey of Jean Harlowe, Leon Trotsky,
the Bear. But that was long, long and Bonny and Clyde. Suddenly,
ago, and fur away. the ancient pelts lying wasted in
in the last five or so years, the vaults of furriers have become
thnr h eeastfg rogymoerburried treasure. Social approval
there has been a growing move- has freed the sheered beaver from
ment among high-school and col- the hold of antique ladies of the
lege students away from the se- middle class, and repatriated both
date overcoat made of wool, cash- the shag and the cape. In fact,
mere or camel hair. A simple ex- the more anachronistic, the bet-
planation for this is the greater ter. Finally and perhaps above all,
warmth provided by nature's own these new furry looks are Cheap.
furry hide. It's just plain cold in Withered skins and bulky lines
them thar hills, especially those which would be nearly impossible
who spend a third of their time to rework into a product with an
in the great outdoors between acceptably inflated price-tag, can
classes. One might even cite the still, thank heavens, be sold to any
gradual evolution of picket lines guileless youngster.
and protest marches into a year- j Thus, the current fur fashion
round sport, much facilitated by is not a uniform preoccupation,
any additional means of warmth. but has several divisions. F i r s t
But there has hardly ever been come the just-plain-rich. Those
a winter, in our latitude, which who admire the bulk and oppu-
has failed to bring a fair amount lance of animal hides and are
of cold with it. Like most "fashion willing to pay for it. In this di-
revolutions," this new sanction for vision appear the imitation trench
the fur coat has little relation to coats, the sleek and compartmen-
any practical consideration for talized garments which define the
body comfort. A fresh taste for body. Slightly below this, but still
the exotic, the lush and the super- a product of National commerce,
abundant characterizes everything are the fur-lined, fur trimmed and
that Clothes Cartell has been fur hatted young cossacks.

/"-"
OVERSEAS IMPORTS'
Sends
I "-"
Best Wishes for a.
Joyous Holiday Season
- "r TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
96NORTH MAIN -- 662-2541
Sweaters, Shirts, Tops,
Slacks, Skirts,
Dresses,,Shifts, Lingerie,
and Sleepwear.
OPEN: 9:30 A.M. until 9:00 P.M.
MONDAY-FRIDAYI
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THE HIGH RENAISSANCE is making a comeback in black velvet,
ancient top. This can be found at Paraphernalia.

a
peek in
H1 fashion
Bright outdoor fashions in Hassegg warm-up suits
scene fun and warm whether skiing or snowrnobili
Antron suits are easy wear and easy care. Colors
(bright rose) and .French blue. Liven the snow sc
warm-up suits with over-the-boots pants and zi]
available in Sportscaster models for men.
TWO-PIECE
3162 PACKARD RD. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48104
FORMERLY DAVE'S SKI SHOP

Psychological Mystique
Leather is 'in'-for any fashion. This brown leather suit, avail-
able at Jacobson's, is a far -cry from the Hell's Angel's gang, al-
though the jacket wouldn't look bad on a motorcycle.

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