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Page Four THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturda, DeemNber 7, 1968

Saturday, December 7, 1968

BEDAZZLING:,
Boutiques provide 'goodies'
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

By LISA STEPHENS holiday dressing been so lavish
International banking crises and bejeweled.
may come and go, but this year The era of the safe little "noth-
fashion is definitely on the gold ing" evening dress with one pin
standard. Not since the days when stuck insipidly on the front is
caravans travelled from India has dead and gone.

MICHIGAN.
SOUVENIRS
Walnut Bookends with Michigan Seal..........5.95
Bronze Bookends with Michigan Seal . .14.50 to 16.50
Ceramic Ash Trays with Bronze Seal . . . . 4.95 to 9.95
28 different styles of Sweatshirts ............2.98
Children's Sweatshirts ..... ...... ... 1.98 and 2.39
Children's T-shirts, sizes 1 -1 6 ................1.39
Michigan Baby Booties 1 .95
Michigan Playing Cards .. .. ...2.20 double deck
Michigan Baby Bibs...................95c to 1.25
Michigan Pennants and Banners ............1.30 up
Stuffed Animals ........................2.00 up
Michigan Mugs, all sizes .......... . 1.00 to 1 1.95
Mail Orders Accepted
ULRICH'S-Ann Arbor's Friendly Bookstore
549 East University

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This year's beauty knows how
to dazzle.
She wraps herself in rich bro-
cades, plushy crushed velvets, and
glimmering satins. She pours on
yards of gold chains around her
waist, her' throat, her arms.
This year's beauty is an indi-
vidual. She takes armfuls of
things from Ann Arbor boutiques
and puts them together to say
something about her.
She slinks to parties in clingy
crepe, ties a gypsy's sash around
her waist, or wears an embroid-
ered vest that might have been
stolen from a Persian legend.
This year's beauty is sexier than
she's been in years.
She evokes the 1930's in a grand
manner, looking like the m o s t
pampered debutante of the season,
in slinky black velvet, wide-bot-
tom slacks from Paraphernalia.
Jean Harlow would h a v e loved
them.
This year's beauty wears clothes
from the Russian steppes w i t h
aplomb. She finds sheepskin jack-;
ets embroidered with bright flow-
ers at the Medina on Maynard.;
She might wear it over an em-
broidered a n d beaded lambskin
vest from Little Things on State
Street
If she's hunting f or custom
made leather gear she gets them
at Plaster of Paris on Maynard,
Little Things or Amanda Fen-
Iwicks.

This fur coat-dress trii
brocade is the ideal hol
It can go anywhere-
to airport to
Available at Plaste

Is That Fur?
Both fur and leather are this year's materials for coats. With that
fact in mind it seems only logical that the ideal coat would com-
bine both materials with elegant lines. This coat is available at
Jacobson'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 studepts-school-required and school.
approved. But, 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.

Hang-ups?
Pirate-cut brown corduroy jacket over orange satin
blouse (ress-lp brown skirt.
Available at Jacobsons

IT IS, the absolute minimum of apparatus necessary t
stereophonic recordings with a homey mein rather ti
sient one.

only $199.95

We'll have a sale
on check books
as soon as we
find an author
who'll agree to
an autographing
party.

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304 S. Thayer
Next to Hill Auditorium

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MICHGAN BOOK STORE

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STATE STREET AT NORTH UNIVERSITY 0 ANN ARSOR

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