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SUNDAY, MARCH 27,_1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE T EE

SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1966 PAGE THREE

PREPARING FOR JUNE:
Armed Forces Offerings
For the Stylish Draftee

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WISHES TO
THANK EVERYBODY WHO HELPED
MAKE THIS SUPPLEMENT POSSIBLE
the stores :

Beaver Bike
Camelet Brothers
Carman's
Collins

Englanders
Goodyear's
Redwood & Ross
Saffell & Bush

Saks
Tice's
Wagner's
Wild's

The one new look for young
men, guaranteed to virtually sweep
across the U.S. of A. in a man-
ner roughly approximating Sher
man's march to the sea, is the
dashing young uniform of the
armed forces. Those who view
with terror this coming sweep of
the scythe, are quite simply ig-
noring the vast fashion benefit
to be obtained from the draft.
For instance, those little differ-
ences of rank and ideology which
are only perpetuated by the cloth-'
ing, would be removed. For in-
stance, who can tell what private
once wore the sweatshirt and
which the mohair suit, once they
are all safely eradicated by the
enveloping khaki? But, may we
suggest, the aspiring Beau Brum-
mel must select his category of
service carefully. There is noth-
ing so distressing to a man of
taste and discernment as the dis-
covery that his uniform simply

with the flavor of salt air, the is strictly "out." And those wide
bell bottomed trousers give a spe- flapping sleeves, cut short to re-
cial dash to the man with slender veal nothing more than an ugly
legs. And who can deny the aura display of elbow flesh, simply
of mystery that; surrounds the couldn't be less tasteful..
man in a well-turned pea coat. Finally, be aware that the phys-
Ever since boys have dreamed of ical conditions of war are no ex-
running off to a life on the high cuse for the discerning man to al-
seas, the naval service has offered low his fashion sense to back.
a particular thrill of fine dress. slide. Even in the midst of fire
But since the loveliest fabrics and time can be found for a vigorous
most exciting slash of seams is re- campaign of lint removal (sc
served for the enlisted man, the distressing on the orderly cut of a
Navy is not the best service for military coat). And if one should
the style-conscious executive. We have the misfortune to be wound-
strongly recommend that those ed in action, the bandage may be
men with a swath of graying hair easily converted to a real mark
at the temples turn elsewhere, and of distinction. Nothing gives a
allow the tender youth his due man the appearance of virility and
The Navy, also, allows the balding dash quite like a white triangle
man the perfect chance to hide of sling across his abdomen. Sc
his one failing. By a jaunty push look ahead, young men, to the
forward of the seaman's cap, even vistas of good taste awaiting you
the most decline of hairline is Not since the cry rang out that
well hidden. And so flatteringly "the red-coats are coming," has
too. the military service looked so good.

the models:
Sue Bernstein
Dick Doctoroff
Julie Emerson
Lynn Goldsmith
the photographers:
Thomas R. Copi
the staff
Elizabeth Wissman, Editor
Sue Benschop
Betsy Cohn

Ada Jo Sokolov
Jim Tindall
Jeff Urist
Marty Wolfgang
George Junne

Steven Wechsler, Promotions Mgr.
Donna Simmons
Pat Tilli

does nothing for him. In ar- The Air Force and the general There are, of course, alternative
mies as well as life, it must al- Army, although officially separat- methods of getting ones-self int(
ways be remembered that clothes ed as areas of military service, are uniform. The Boy Scouts of Amer-
make the man, ;yet part of the same fashionI ica offer three (count 'em), three
Certainly high on the chic list grouping. The look is safe for al- separate varieties of dress. Th
for spring is that fabulous chapeau most all physiques, and provides Cub Scout uniform will appeal to
made so justly famous by Staff the true common denominator of the little-boy look, which is nativ
Sergeant Barry Saddler. We speak taste. In either of these uniforms in every man. The regulation Boy
of course, of the Green Beret. the wearer will be assured of al- Scout blues make the perfect suit
Worn at a natty angle, this mold- ways being in the proper mode. for transitional wear, iii either
ed felt sets off to great advan- Wherever one goes, whether for a winter or summer, spring or fall
tage especially the hard jawed and smattering of smart talk around And, the dashing young Eagle
angular face. Therefore, prior to the mess hall, or for a full dress Scout appeals strongly to women
an application to the Army Spe- attack, the simple, serviceable (Especially old ladies on busy
cial Forces, the stylish young man lines of Army green are always in street corners.) But there is a
must cautiously introspect, inquir-. style. rather major drawback to the se.
ing, "Am I really a square-jawed As* for the Coast Guard, we lection of the Boy Scout mode -
type?" It is honest. self-revealing need hardly remind the dapper one must promise to be clean ir
questions such as this which must young man of today, that white thought, word, and deed.
be asked of the prospective man- -
at-arms. However, even if the jaw
is enough to support the beret- 'q
effect, one must still considerSGES
whether or not silver wings will
flatter one's chest. Clearly here c1
no caved-in, pusillanimous chest FLO W ]E
will do. Those who look roman-
tically alienated in a black Tur- FLOWERS MEAN
tleneck jersey will do best to avoid
this uniform. Remember, at all / u er
times, the apparel of the Army UNIVERSITY w
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MEN'S RAINWEAR, as well as women's, will work upon the popu-
lar Epionage theme. This puddle-jumper wears a design of tried-
and-true khaki. The sleek, unbroken front of this raincoat makes
it a natural for even clear weather, as it may be worn also as a
serviceable spring coat. And, in Ann Arbor, nothing could be
more sensible than being prepared with an ever-ready raincoat.
The manly black umbrella, which completes the ensemble, is also
fast becoming an item of everyday status.

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Lace News
Lace shall move out into the
world of sportswear. Bell:.
bottomed pants, already this year's
greatest look in casual wear, are
being manufactured in all types
of foreign and domestic lace. The
colors, too, will move with a mod-
emn beat, as the material is dyed
. to shades of deep pink, navy blue.
and even red.
In swimming wear, the lace two-
piece promises to be a wild new
look for the summer. Designers are
now showing ensembles of the
basic suit, with an unlined over
jacket. It may become a real sta-
tus symbol to display a tan which
is patterned by the lace interfer-
ence with the sun. One small
problem in this fashion has al-
ready been noted, however. For
the lace is extremely sensitive to
chlorine pools and sea water. As
the old song once said, "Hang
your clothes on a hickory limb,
but don't go near the water."
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