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Most of your high school sweat-
and ers and skirts can "graduate" to
ues- college very nicely. A tweedy skirt,
nen: topped by a tailored blouse or
Shetland sweater, will rate you
ould approval in the classroom as well
am- as on informal dates.
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Trench Coats A Must
Botany classes don't wait for
rainless weather to go leaf-looking,
so count a trench coat as a "must."-
Either belted or full, the beige
trench coat is a favorite rain-
warding outfit, as well as a good-
in-between seasons coat.
Another smart choice for not-
quite-coat weather is, the blazer.
The coed's trademark, this tailored
topper comes in every color Includ-
ing the favorite white.
For biking or hiking---or just
being lazy-Bermuda shorts are
always popular. Slightly shorter
but Just 'as favored are Jamaicas,
teamed up with knee socks of 'a
'That floor-length ball gown
might easily become a dust-catch-
er in your closet. You'll find that
a cocktail dress, either sleek and
sheathy or bouffant with the aid
of a hoop, will be dressy enough
for any pledge formal.
The slim -straightline coat con-.
tinues for fall as a basic silhouette
at all pricelines. It's newest in
Balenciaga Chesterfield coats, very
much in the current dressy-casual
trend. Boy coats and "salt and
pepper" tweeds are also good
choices among long coats.
Closet space is notably' limited,
so keep your outfits simple and
color-coordinated. for either mix-
ing or matching. Let your individ-
uality show in your. accessories
A simple sheath gains impor-
tance when a scarf is draped easily
about the neck, then bloused inside
the belt. A soft wool dress achieves
new glamour with the addition of
an inexpensive fake fur wrap.
Such "little touches" can work
miracles with the most meager of
Just remember that a little plan-
ning goes a long way, and you'll
be able to'snap your suitcase shut
with the confidence of looking for-
ward to a well-dressed year.
Clothes. don't make the man--
but they can make your introduc-
tion to the University a happier
one by giving you the security that
comes from good grooming.
Comfortable casual fabric suits
have become a bigger-than-ever
style major.- Shown in every
material from flannel. to "tweed,'
they areaperfect for campus wear
as well as a smart change of pace,
for business wear.
Ivy League Preferred.
The college man still prefers the
ivy-league suit, with natural shoul-
dered, three-buttoned coat: Ma-
terials range from flannel to tweed,
with brown and black the. first
To this popular three-button
Jacket has been added more shoul-
der padding, and indentation at
the, waist, giving it new shape and
style. It is also shorter in length
than the style of last season.
Slanted flapped pockets, known
as "hacking" pockets, are another
new note in men's suits. Cuffs are
losing prominence, with remov-
able cuffs being shown on sleeves
and trousers losing their cuffs al-
Sports Attire Rates
In sports slacks, the tapered,
plain, ivy-league style rates ap-
proval. Smart men vary the style
effect on each of their sports coats
with a supporting cast of several
pairs of related, but deeper-toned
You can also enjoy varied slack
detailing by having some with
pleats and others unpleated, with
Sports shirts, ,primarily dark-
colored, are being shown in. -both
button-down and spread collars.
While Oxford is the chosen fabric
for campus wear, orlon and 'other
man-made fibers are giving new
importance to knitted sport shirts.
Dress shirts carry out the stripe
motif, with the button-down col-
lar remaining top choice. Colors'
are primarily gray and brown to
supplement the suits.
Early fall weather Iavors the
smart, lightweight trench coat.
Colder weather demands straight
lines in dressy fabrics, such as
Topcoats are still "tops," with
bold yarn tweeds in full bodied bal
collar models the choice for casual
wear. For dressier occasions, the
smart choice is a natural-tone
covert or a neat herringbone in:
a trim, straight-line model. In-
between weather still chooses as
its companion the perenially pop-
ular trench coat.
Neckties offer variety, with
repps, wools, new cottons and knits
all good choices. The shape is nar-
row and the pattern usually foul-
Cottons, nylon, wools and cash-
meres are fabric choices; in hose.
For campus wear, argyles and
bolder plain colors come into their
own. Pick hose that blend with
the whole ensemble.
Put your best foot forward this
fall in the cordovan shoe; which
sports either plain toes or wing-
tipped brogues. Desert boots,
Chukkaboots, brogue and moccasin
types also have the casual comfort
so right for campus wear.
CASUAL, IVY-LEAGUE STYLE!!S,- Tweeds and dark flannels are popular this season alonk R
perennially favorite trench coat.
Thursday, Sept. 18
3-5 P.M. NEWCOMER'S "GET AC-
QUAINTED" COKE HOUR
8:00 .M ELLY STONE-Famous Folk
eated skirt and traditional sweater rate.
At the beginning of each semes
ter, the Women's Athletic Associa-
tion sponsors the sale, of official
The blazer features a University
crest on the pocket, with a plain
1ocket to be sewn on after leaving
the University plus choice of colors
for jacket piping.
Coeds may also order matching
or contrasting skirts or bermuda
A deposit is required when or-
dering the blazers with the rest
to be paid upon receipt of the
Sale money helps to pay for
play days and other WAA special
"she's a U of M gal look"
If you're a gal with an eye for fashion--
and a limited budget - you'll love our
Fall collection of Campus Classics.'
Every Fresh new idea in Jackets Skirts
Sweaters and Sportogs plus- wonderful
"New-Look" DRESSES with a casual air and
a feminine flair for those ga'ries, dates, and
Friday, Sept 19
SABBATH DINN ER
Followed by ONEG SHABAT
sites from tiny T's to tall 201s
Saturday, Sept. 20,9:00 A.M.
All the latest whimsies in Accessories
Sunday, Sept. 21, 7:30-10:30 P.M.
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