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Some Styles Never Change

Many styles of a college male's
apparel seem to stay on forever.
Concerning o u t e r w e a r, the
trench coat is a perennial favor-
ite. Generally the cream-colored
models are the most enduring, but
darker shades, especially black,
have also been consistently seen.
In addition, the heavier corduroy
outercoats have also persisted.
The models are often dark green
or tan in color.
Next, in the sport coat line, a
favorite for years, has been the
tweeds. Varying shades of brown,
particularly in the Herringbones,
are consistently bought. Another

favorite is the blue blazer. This
versatile model is frequently worn
all year around.
Turning to dress shirts, the Ox-
ford cloth, especially with the but-
ton-down collar, is a long-time
favorite for the college man.
White is still the traditional col--
or for formal wear, but the stripes
and pastels are gradually taking
To go, with the sport jackets
and shirts is the traditional tie. It
is the striped model in a variety
of color combinations. The diag-
onal stripes also vary in thickness,
but the striped effect is still pre-

Another clothing standard has
been the khaki pants. This style
is worn to class as well as with
the brown tweed sport coat on
more formal occasions. The cuffs
may have gotten a bit narrower
but the khaki look is still defin-
itely a stable style.
A last fashion constant occurs
in footwear. The cordovan loafer
and, to a lesser extent, the wing-
tip brogue, have been on the cam-
pus for years. In socks, dark colors
have been standard wear, but
more shades are now being worn.



" ANOTHER YEAR of satisfaction is drawing to a close. In order to let
you know how much I hove appreciated your continuing patronage in Ann
Arbor we are offering our Anniversary Sale specials. This is our way of
saying "Thank You." ! Please come in and see us during this annual
event and let me say thank you personally.
Regularly Anniversary Special
S $4995 $3988
$5995 $4788
FALL! Regulars, Stouts, Longs, Shorts. Cuffs Altered 6
Free! $ 995 $5588
Regularly Anniversary Special
$2495 $188
SPORT COATS $2995 $2388
$3750 $3188
Regularly Anniversary Special
A1i-Weather COATS $24' 5$1688
With Zip-In Lining Up to size 46-Reg., Short, Long
Similar Savings Up to Size 52
25% OFF/
REGULARLY $8.00-$19.95
Complete Stock, with or without pleats
Regularly Anniversary Special
FAMOUS BRANDS-Discontinued Styles $400 $329
2 for $6.50
D500 $389
2 for $7.50

Long hair, short hair, blond, red
or black: no matter what kind of
hair a girl has today, she can have
a different kind tomorrow. All that
she has to do is buy a hairpiece.
Hairpieces are appearing o n
hundreds of Michigan coed's this
fall. Girls with short hair sudden-
ly have braids, chignons, swirls,
and tails. Girls with long hair
look as if their hair has grown 10
inches overnight.
Daring people not only change
the length of their hair but also
its color. However this does cause
some problems. The person who
wears the wig may decide that
her personality should change
with her new hair. Thus, men had
better beware when their usual
curly, brown haired date appears
with long slinky blond hair.
New social graces are appearing
to cope with the hairpiece. Fel-
lows are learning to be discreet
when their date's hair falls off.
They are learning not to look too
shocked when their date appears
in her new hairdo. Girls are learn-
ing to be understanding when
their dates don't recognize them.
Hairpieces sometimes c a u s e
problems, but they also cause fun.
Today they are priced to fit any
girl's budget. So men, don't be
surprised if your date turns up
with a long switch of hair. Just
be careful when running your
hands through it!
Look Bright
With Fashion
No well-dressed coed can hide
in the background if she wears
this season's bright, dashing col-
ors. Grass green, rich purple,
crome yellow and hot orange
make any collection of fashions
look very much alive.
These colors look vibrant by
themselves, but today's fashions
make them look even more vi-
brant. Dress designers today are
combining colors which would
never have been combined yes-
For example, one dress by Lit-
tell has long green sleeves, a yel-
low bodice and a bright red skirt.
Its belt is striped red, yellow and
green. Another dress by St. Lau-
rent combines bold stripes of
black, royal blue, purple and
green. Fashions look more like
pieces of art than ever before.
Prints combine the colors that
are used individually in dresses
with strong"lines. Pink and or-
ange paisley is a hit this year.
Flowered prints combine all the
colors of the rainbow.
The person who watches fash-
ions can't hide in the background.
Colors have gone rampant.




TIES, TIES, TIES ... Ann Arbor merchants' styles and colors are all in tune with the latest fashion. From wide bold paislies to tradi-
tional, narrow rep ties, you will find an ever increasing selection of neckwear to choose from. One of the most popular new items is the
polka dot tie in bright contrasting colors.

New Styles First at Wild's

Cordu royls Here
For Fall of '66

Corduroy is hitting the scene in
many departments of the male
collegian's fall wardrobe. Wide
wales in solid'colors are becoming
quite popular, in addition to the
more traditional narrow wale gar-
Outer jackets are frequently
wide-wale corduroy versions of
the pea coat. Styles vary from
the horizontal cords with silver or
gold buttons to the more familiar
vertical corduroy. Such custom-
ary coats feature slashed upper
and flapped lower pocketsuand
wooden buttons. Linings can be
found in any color pattern, from
bright red to gold or paisley,
Turning to sport jackets, the
cord look is illustrated in the
t h r e e-button, natural-shoulder
models with flapped pockets and
leather buttons. Some versatilej

types can be converted into outer
coats by adding a wool or rayon
Corduroy pants, which are tra-
ditionally thin wale, are supple-
mented by the thick waled types.
Models include the cuffless slacks
and the Western style jeans,
Completing the cord trend are
the Western style sport shirts,
which were previously dominated
by the wool flannel material. The
pinwale corduroy selections main-
tain the popular button flaps for
the chest pockets.
The corduory material, in ad-
dition to being the most tradi-
tional material of many styles,
has also shown itself to be easily
adaptable to the newer "Mod"
styles which have become so pop-
ular with the young set.



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for Fall...



m port Coats
H ferring bones dominate
the natural shoulder look this
fall. New compound tortes in
traditional tweeds that are al-
ways in good taste.
3250 to 4500

S lacks - raerOrd
plain weaves in distinc-
tive shades to complement
most any sport coat. Perma-
ntently creased, fine hard-
iish worsted for lots ,of serv-
ice. 1595

Ruggedly handsome...
The Countr4 Town Look
in ii
soot coat & slacks
This is a man's sport coat and slacks-tailored in the rugged
Country Town Look by Varsity-Town. The coat is a soft tweed,
boldly patterned and full of color. The trousers complement it
perfectly in color, weight and texture because they were made
for this coat alone. That's the secret of Varsity-Town DUOS--
perfectly mated sport coat and slacks.
Sport Coat.. . $49.95
Coona e am cks ... 19.95

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