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PAGE'EIGHTEEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1965

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OUR OXFORD BLUE 3 PIECE SUIT

COULD WELL BE THE MAINSTAY
OF A COLLEGE MAN'S WARDROBE
Since our introduction a few years ago, thej
color Oxford Blue has become a classic. A
dark-heather shade, it stands a few paces fromI
navy but still meets the requirements of after-
five occasions. You may have it in your choice
of three fine fabrics -wool sharkskin, hop-
sack or whipcord-made to our exacting
specifications on our three-piece University
Shop model, in a complete size range. 79.50
to $100. University Shop.
THE UNIVERSITY SHOP
SAKS FIFTH 1AVENUE
332 South State Street, Ann Arbor
Yale -Princeton - Harvard - University of Michigan - Stanford - New York -White Plains -Springfield
Garden City .Washington - Ft. Lauderdale -Chicago- Skokie- Detroit- Beverly Hills - Phoenix
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Country
Classic Is
The Look'
About three years ago Saks
Fifth Avenue started carrying a
new style in men's dress-wear.
The jackets were called Hopsack
and they looked good but only a
few would buy them. The fabric
is unique in that it is dressy but
has an air of casualness about it
that gives the wearer a comfort-
able relaxed look.
It's a bold weave, but surpris-
ingly lightweight. The colors
used are usually muted greens or
blues (a heather shade) that
(catch the eye as being distinc-
tive but don't give off a blinding
blast at the same time. The
jacket itself is trim and tapered,
with a collar narrow enough to
remain collegiate, but w i d e
enought to be mature.
The jacket is best worn with
a solid colored button down col-
lared shirt 'and almost any type
of tie you prefer. Ties made of
the same weave are now avail-
able to give aneven greater
compliment to the jacket.
Of course, a style like this
couldn't stay unnoticed for too
long and this year, the Hopsack
jacket can be found in every
high quality Ann Arbor Men's
Shop. Although t h e heather
shades are the most popular, the
jackets come in almost every'
color and in bold plaids.
Reminiscent of the English
country gentleman, H o p s a c k
jackets and suits are the right
answer for the college man who
likes to look cool and casual, and
be dressed in the latest and
smartest fashion of the time.
Patronize the

Handsome, rugged, and stylish as ever is the heavy button down
for men. Accentuating the sweaters good looks and bold knit are
large leather buttons.
COUNTRY GENTLEMEN:
Right In Your
OwnBakyad
Ann Arbor is probably the one crazy, a search for a one of a
place off of Park Ave., New kind sweater or skirt or coat
York, with such a comprehensive works wonders for the soul.
and up to date array of men and Merchants in Ann Arbor are
women's fashions. Campus Vil- well acquainted with the latest
lage, State Street, Downtown, in college fashion trends and
and Arborland all contain shops many is the time when Joe Col-
ranging from inexpensive but leges of A squared have the jump
tasteful clothes, to the most ex- on their big city counterparts.
travagant, well tailored fashions Shopping is done in comfort-
available. able, well appointed surround-
Probably the most enjoyable ings, from people who know their
part of shopping in the city is completet stock. If you're not
the numerous small stores each sure just what you are "suppos-
containing a distinctive blend of ed" to be buying to be on the in,
fashions. Looking around for look in the window, you'll find
clothes is probably half the out. If the price is high, just re-
pleasure of buying them. When member, it adds to the snob ap-
studying starts to drive you peal.

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This season with-it juniors will dress up
wools awash with paisley-the big
pattern in your future. What a brigh
from the little black dress. The whole
caboodle comes in airy Naked Wool or i
Way with Wool; skimmy or blousey shat
son's Junior Dresses-Westland 2nd.
wrap skirt in hot pink paisley, 5-13, $21
Brett's blouson in pink paisley. Sizes 5
c. Yellow paisley. Stanton petite, 3-
d. Long-sleeve blouson in blue paisley.

Prepare now with sturdy,
Fashion-right Weej uns!

VAN BOVEN SHOES, Inc.
17 Nickels Arcade

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