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Sunday. March 19, 1967

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PROTESTING in one form or another Pat O'Donohue and Marty Schlesinger are backed up by SGC President, Ed Robinson. The.
girls are dressed for the occasion in fashions from Jacobson's Miss J Shop.
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Petite Miss J salutes
the red, white and blue

Greek Cries:
Must Stay
Our Image
From: George Mathson, president,
Greek Enterprises, Inc.
To: Clark Gamma, general distri-
bution manager
Jeff Sigma, manager of produc-
tion planning1
Roger Zeta, director of special
Kent Rho, promotions advisor
I think research and design have
really done a fine job this time.
The Image ha scaught on and
from Al's report-at the last board
meeting, we can expect even high-
er sales next month.
However, a few comments in
general may help maintain this
success. Please attend to all sug-
gestions immediately.
Jeff. See about doubling output
of cable-knit sweaters (in brown
and blue), and the A-line skirts.'
Probably size nine. We need a few
thousand more pin-striped shirts
-any colo. Check with Murphy
on the suede imports and have
them made into anything. Keep
both brown and cordovan wing
tips. You lost the clasps on a few
of the Great Circle Pins-don't
let it slip by again. And monogram
Roger. I know you're swamped,
but we're running out of both
Shalimar and British Sterling. And
do I have to keep reminding you
not to be fancy? Just make all the
wigs medium-length, brown, one
length and no bangs. If you have
to be creative, add a paisley head-
band or two, but stay conservative.
Moon-drops and iridescent lip-
stick were great ideas. Also false
eyelashes. There are some new
groups around. Check up on their
name and crest for the chain and
Clark. The labels are forever get-
ting mixed up. Ladybug goes on
just the blouses, and Villager on
everything else, except the London
Fogs, of course. The Botany 500
suits have been straightened out,
but processing slips up on the
Grant and VanHeusen shirts. Try
to be more careful.
Jeff again. I think the levis
should be restricted to just navy
blue, but keep a few shipments of
beiges. Speaking of colors, I am
assuming that there aren't any
old white socks left. That could be
a disaster. And a few of the but-
tons on the pea coats and the
windbreakers haven't been sewn on
Kent. I hear your personnel
staff is really on the ball. Good.
I'm glad you realize how vital the
presentation of an image is. Keep
up the idea of total perfection, but
work on an appearance of slight
indifference. Try to get across a
tweed sports coat, crew or V neck
sweater, and Farah slacks holding
hands with weejuns and round
Fire up.
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India Art Shop
(next to carport)
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"Motorcycle boots and a black
leather jacket with an eagle on the
back . . ." (The Terror of High-I
way 101).
Most cyclists limit their distin-
Aive clothing to a helmet. Helmets
range in price from about $12 to
ever $70, with perhaps the most
opular modelsc in the $23-$30
range. Buco and Bell are the two
most popular brands. The top
models in these two lines run a-
ound $50. Buco has recently in-

Motorcycle Helmets and Ja
Stress Protection, Appearai

roduced a series of helmet-hats.
These are designed to remove the
,ypical helmet appearance while
retaining the protection. Several
styles are available, as well as
olors (and some floral prints).
These helmets run about $12-$15.
For more serious motorcycling,
>r for the "spare" helmet, a "half-
aelmet" (which doesn't cover the
ears with the hard helmet) is
>opular. These models can be
easily removed. Most in this range
ind style, $20-$30, have adjustable

*eadbands, allowing more than
me person to use the helmet,
Full helmets, for serious riding;
)r for the personal helmet, can be
purchased for as low as $35, and
is high as $75 plus. This is the
usual "helmet." They are generally
iot adjustable, and are designed
to fit snugly to the head. This is
% safety factor, as the helmet is
mnuch less likely to pivot, or come
>ff in case of an accident. Gener-
illy, these are available in white,
~ed, blue, gold, and other colors.
"his is the "professional helmet"
3nd likely as good as ever will be
One more helmet remains. En-
titled the "Turtle," it sells for a-
>out $75. Generally, it is the tops
in helmets. It is designed to re-
main comfortable and in place re-
gardless of speed.
Heading south from the head,
:,eather jackets are becoming
nore popular. These are generally
vorn to guard against sliding on
:oncrete on your skin. These jac-
:ets DO come in other colors (eg.
vhite and light blue), but the
)lack is the more durable color,
Lnd the easiest to keep looking
,lean. More and more, thee psuedo
[-enley or psuedo- Ben Casey col-
ar style jacket is being worn.
Phis has a minimum of rivets, no
:apels, and zippers everyplace they
;an be needed. The sleeves zipper
;ight against the wrist, the waist
craws in, etc. These features are
lesigned to provide perfect wind-
>reaking. Many of the best lea-
;her jackets for around $40.
When racing, leather paints us-
:.ally accompany the jacket. Com-
Aning windbreaking with some
eater repellency, as well as pro-
ection, the pants are highly rec-
Several modern fabrics seem to
:e replacing leather in motorcycle
>rotective clothing. These fabrics
:ombine the toughness and wind-
breaking characteristics, with ab-
solute waterproofness. They come
in any imaginable color, but are
not widely distributed.-
New Shapes and
Colors in Frames
Filter out reality and add di-
mension to your perspective by
slipping on psychedelic sunglasses.
Change your world to a kaleide-
scope by gazing through lens of
two different colors and of convex,
multi-faceted shapes.
But if the sun, and not life, is
the only thing you want to avoid,
jump obviously into spring with a
pair of wild, bright, sunglasses.'
Frame your eyes with circles or
squares, and stripes or dots.
You can slip unobtrusively into
life in the sun with horned rims,
discrete ovals, and reasonable rec-

THE CLEAN-CUT good looks
sentative of the look this year.

It's the snappy way to
strut your true colors.. .
a cotton separates review.
Pullover sizes S,M,L;

TIlE LONG LOOK is more popular than ever this year. This
floor-length gown will undoubtedly appear at a Spring pledge
formal this month. Available at Jacobson's.

The C
Its rug,
of its S

" rt-
. #..

match-mates 3-13 Petite.
A. Blazer jacket. 15.00
Sleeveless shell. 5.00
A-line skirt. 9.00
B. Mini-rib top. 7.00
Nautical pant. 9.00
Jacobson s

The Latest Fashio7s for your Spring Wardrobe
All in bright new -colors and styles.

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