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SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1966

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGEa x

SUNAYMARh 2, 166 HEMICIA BA N P(3 MU _?

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THIS JAUNTY T-SHIRT is a natural for the summer sportsman.
61t will travel well to any golf-course, and make a hit in the next
regata. This is, of course, an easy care garment as well, needing
only a quick turn in a washing machine to keep it fresh.

> <.MEN AT WORK IS THE title for this pair of hard-working, hard-playing spring casuals. The breezy look og a sleeveless shift is high-
lighted by crisp young patterns, to fit into even the 'most unusual setting. The dashing pull-over effect is brought off with ease, also.
Both outfits are wash-and-wear, to meet the demands of an active college life, whether it be in the classroom or out for a motorcycle
ride.

Poor Boy to
Doit Again
Appearing as an outgrowth of
the Poor-Boy craze which swept
college campuses last fall is the
new Spring "T-Shirt." The boyish
cut of the popular ribbed sweater,
is preserved, but a cotton orjersey
material is the base. There is a
wide range. of plain shirts, in col-
ors blooming out from white to
vivid chartreuse. An even lighter
effect is achieved in the nonribbed
Urchin-shirt, with its wide banded
stripes reminiscent of childhood
days on the sandlot. Most Ann
Arbor merchants will display a
large number of these summer
shirts. The introduction of this
new pullover, cool enough to
weather all the warmth, is expect-
ed to make as large a change in
the usual coed look as the Poor-
boys did last fall. The ever-popu-
lar cotton print or the cap-sleeved.
pleated front, blouse may have a
new challenger.
Designed for more casual wear,
the tank-tops will sally forth on
the shelves again this Spring.
Many manufacturer's are produc-
ing this sleeveless skimmer in com-
bination with hip-slung or bell-
bottomed pants. The accent falls
on a long and narrow silhouette,
stretching from a deep declotage
to the flared bell bottom of the
pant. Colors will be coordinated
for the conservative, or madly
mingled for those who want a look
which is slightly wild.

Accessories To Reflect Spring Colors

The following is a compellation
of accessory facts for Spring. In
general, the gloves, the hat, and
the purse of the season will follow
the larger trends evident in cloth-
ing:
Purses are loathsome things
There are so few that look good,
that the thing tod o is to buy a
belted trench coat. The belt will
not only gather the boat, but you
may then put your I.D. and S.D.S.
cards in one pocket and your cig-
arettes in another. The pockets
will not bulge and your hands will
be free to do whatever hands na-
turally do. Get the trench-coat in
a very neutral color so that when
it gets really dirty it just looks
natural. Also get a coat with a
reasonably largelsize so that when
it rains and you have forgotten
your umbrella you can pull your
collar up. You may get a nasty
head cold but you'll be free of a
stiff neck.
0 Shoes are becoming softer
and softer. The foot, it seems, has
finally been recognized as a truly
feminine item and is to be trussed
up accordingly. The ballet slipper
is the basic shape upon which both
dress and walking shoes are based
this Spring. An interest in texture
is displayed everywhere, as shoes'
are composed of a lattice-work of
patent, suede, and various styles
of wild young leathers.
" Gloves have begun a resurg-
ence among a society which has
long ago forgotten 'how to duel.
Maintaining the wide-spread trend
of modern art, the new gloves are

ablaze with lucious polka-dots and
bright stripes. An even more dar-
ing Op effect is on the market as
manufacturer's slice into gloves to
create huge lacey holes.
" Easter bonnets will hug a
girlish head this year, as a part of
the whole London-look. Little knit
caps, which tie with whimsical
ribbons under a pert chin, are
expected to be the most popular.
However, Paris, in a fit of never-
say-die, is making a bid for the
flat brimmed mounty cap. Made
of a stiff leather or suede, these
hats are set squarely on the head
and will probably flatter only the
most modish of faces.
* The great leg continues into
Spring with opulent hose. How-
ever, as the heat increases, the
patterened stockings will lean
more to the lacey side. White
nylons are especially popular in

ers are unsure of the mass market
appeal. As every young woman
knows, the lighter the color of her
hosiery, the more emphasis that
is placed on the rotundity of even
the most well-turned calf.
0 Scarves are in, and its a mat-
ter of both quality and quantity.
The silken paisleys which . now
wrapped the coeducational heads
on campus, will blossom out into
full scarf-hats. These are worn
bandana-fashion, for a look which
is half gypsy, half urbanity. The
ever-increasing declotage will be
filled with scarves of all shades,
plain and patterned. The most
popular style will be a puffy neck-
piece, a la ascot, appearing at the
collar of a cut-away jacket. At-
other place for the ubiquitous
scarf will be in a matching set of
purse and head-piece. This bright
combination can be worn with any

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