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[GiAN DAII.

is Show Ingenuity,
tivity with Needle
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Girls Seek Comfort
Style In Loungewear

rsity coeds are character-
a good deal of ingenuity
ativity; As evidence for this
nt, witness the knitting
ring prowess of the nearest
girl.
st every coed, at one time
her, has attempted to knit
er. Many of them succeed,
h surprisingly good results.
yling of these hand-knit
a generally leans. towards
,ent campus classics: crew
at-neck slipons, fluffy mo-
bulky cable - knits, and
y -patterned ski sweaters.

Tree American woman, and par-
ticularly the college student, is
often accused of being excessively
clothes-cons.,icus. While this is in
part true, it is also true that a
rather good percentage of girls
sew some of their own clothes.
Separate outfits are , the usual
choice of these industrious girls be-
cause they provide an opportunity
to be "different" and are also
fairly simple to make. The printed
pattern and standardized instruc-
tions have been a boon to would-
be "do it yourselfers."

By JUDITH BLEIER
The fashion world has not by-
passed the bedroom this year, and
these styles are as important as
any other campus fashion craze.

season. Tennis shoes and loafers
are discarded for everything from
the traditional mocassin-style slip-
per to the new soft leather shoe,
modeled after the ballet slipper. ,

OBJETS d'ART

Sleeping garments vary with the
individual. Sophisticated lounging
outfits are destined to turn "tired
students" into "femme fatales."
The majority or women, however,
prefer the more practical type of
sleepwear Ian-tailored cotton pa-
jamas come in a variety of colors
and styles sure to please even the
most feminine female.
If one's tastes run to the more
frilly apparel, shorty pajamas, and
last year's craze the toreador
length, are available in silk and
lacy pastels.
What seems to be most popular
this year, and -an up and coming
trend among the University co-eds,
is the f traditional night shirt.
Guaranteed to keep one warm on a
cold winter night, this basic sleep-
ing garment, the rage in grand-
mother's day, is again stylish in
bright colored flannels.
Neither have the feet been for-
gotten by the fashion world this

Dressed Up

Gold Silver
Add Sparkle
To Cosmetics
By RUTH EVENHUIS
The Gold Rush is on at the
cosmetic counter this year, where
gold dust is no longer mined, but
sold.
Cometologists do the mining,
and girls are using this fine gold
powder to lightly gloss a bright
red lipstick with a unique irri-
descent sparkle, or to liven up
nail polish for, special parties.
Complexions will glow too as
girls are discovering that the
"glow" comes in bottles. Now on
the market one finds a liquid
make-up containing mother of
pearl, which in dim light shows
up to good advantage.
That girl who never touches a
lipstick brush but always has a
neat, clear outline is probably
using one of the recent roll-on lip-
sticks. These refillable tubes of
color have the added advantage
of never losing their point.
"Color," the big word this year,
means eyes as well as clothes. The
blue-eyed girl has replaced her
solo azure shadow with a reper-
toire of color as vast as that of
her wardrobe.
Irridescent silvers and golds
sparkle at night while greens,
browns, and especially lavenders
accessorize the daytime costume.
Still too new to be labeled suc-
cess or failure are the multi-col-
ored nailpolishes. If the current
color rage spreads to the finger-
tips, the manufacturers are ready
with palettes ranging from the icy
greens and blues to the warmer
"coffee colors." And "color" seems
to be the word.

the two most popular winter sports
clothes-for skiing and for skat-
ing.
Skiing costumes include tight
slacks in a myriad of solid, plaid
and print combinations. Many of
them are knitted and treated for
water repellance.
Ski sweaters, with big bold pat.
terns, are the rage. Their bulk and
thickness often make a jacket un-
necessary. They come in weaves of
mohair, virgin wool, cotton wool,
cashmere or horsehair, and their
shapelessness lets any girl be a
sweater 'girl.
Sporting jackets, though not
needed with the bulky sweaters,
are available in expanded styles
and varieties. Horded eskimo-style
parkas which drop to just below
the waist, are featured this year
with a 100 oercent orlon pile lin-
ing. Another hip length coat is
made entirely of nylon, and still
another with a raccoon collar.
Some jackets have woven or
sweater-like coohars, while other
collars are easily converted into
hoods. The "bear hug" or fleecy
type nylon hood has been especial-
:Y popular this season,
Also popular will be winter
lou'nging wear again for "after
sports."
For skating, short skirts are im-
perative. This is especially so this
year.because of the popularity of
the "knee-tickler" skirts shown for
campus wear. Leotards or tights
are always in vogue on the ice
rink, with skirts and form fitting
or bulky sweaters,

Bright Patterns, Bulky,

Characterize Winter Sportswea
By MARSHA FRANKEL
Women's sportswear for winter,
is, as always, characterized by bold
colors this year. This is evident in

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occasion in her royal blue,
sheath of soft velveteen.

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For "High-Fashion Living",
either formal or casual,
you will find our China,
Crystal, silver and accessories
the nicest you can buy.

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WARM AND WOOLY-are these sport outfits. The camel wool
slacks on the. left are complimented by a creme bulky knit with
a high wool collar. The bright sweater on the right with a pattern
of red, white, and blue against a black background is a Swiss
import.
Divided Skirt Solves Bike Problems

Some of the fastest moving
country fashions claim this inno-'
vation: the presence of a skirt,v
the freewheeling actions of slacks.a
Cycling college coeds will be grate-f
ful for this new look. Long and/ori
tight skirts shnlply do not mix withs
bicycles.

LAKE'S ART SHOP

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Slippers in Dorm
Rest Ti red Feet
Snug little slippers are just the
thing for relaxing in the dorm or
toting on trips. One cushiony ya-
riety is made with knit nylon
uppers and buoyant, flexible, vinyl
soles.
And they're relaxing to launder
as well as to wear. Just hand-or
machine -- wash them in soap
or detergent suds often, to always
enjoy the special comfort of clean-
liness.

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This answer is the divided skirt,
similar to the already famous
walking suit.,Stylish and pert as
a regular suit, the walking suit
features skirt length pants, tai-
lored to the nines, and an easy
swagger of coat in the same dark '
plaid tones.

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