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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDA

'roblems of Travel Great,
deed To Observe Etiquette

Natural,

Comfortable Look Latest in Men's Suits

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By MIKE HARRAH

With summer approaching comes
the possibility of traveling; and'
with travel one is faced with the
perennial problem of tipping.
Etiquette experts claim that
manners away from home are best
revealed in tipping procedures. On
ships, planes and trains there are
definite rules to be followed.
Just before disembarking from
a 'ship and beginning to tour, a
passenger should tip the room
steward, table steward, head-wait-
er, wine steward, and deck and
bath stewards.
Tipping rates are becoming more
and more standardized. According
tio one expert, the steward who
has taken care of your room, the
table steward, and the head wait-
er expect to receive between $7.50
and $10.00 per person.
Tip Later
Tipping deck stewards, bath
stewards, cabin boys and the
"boots" may be done at the timef
of service or at the end of the
voyage. They usually receive one

dollar or more depending on the
amount of service rendered.
On most ships the chief steward
is classed as a ship's officer and
as such, is never tipped.
For those traveling by plane the
problem is not so complex. All
members of the flight crew have
professional status and are not
tipped.
Airplane Travel
When you arrive at your desti-
nation the airlines provide porter
service from the plane into the
checkout area. These are staff
porters and are not tipped, but
porters (sky caps) who take over
from them should be tipped ap-
proximately 25 cents per bag.
Train Travel
Train travel involves tipping the
red caps in the station as well as
the porter and steward in the din-
ing car. In most terminals red
caps receive a minimum of $.25
per bag and more where service
has been prompt and courteous.

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- BOOKS -

Looks of clothes are important,
but the really important thing is
that they feel right as they are
worn.
The trend in suits is toward the
"natural" look. Americans all over
want to feel comfortable in what
they wear. And feeling comfortable
is most important, for only if
one feels comfortable in his clothes
will he look "natural."
Suits are being tailored to meet
the demand. Padded shoulders are
giving way to the shoulders which
slope naturally. The coat which
fits close *to the bdy bows to the
coat which drops comfortably
straight down. Smart tailoring,
while still important, has taken a
back seat to comfort.
Want Moving Room
Americans like a lot of room for
movement. Clothes which are too
fitted just don't have popular ap-
peal in this country. English tai-
loring and styles will some effect
on American suits, but, in general,
the "natural" look will prevail.
It's the style that everyone wants.
The most popular suit for the
coming season is a three piece
summer suit of dacron and cotton.
Suitable for wear during nine
months of the year, this suit is
lightweight, but still practical for
early spring and late autumn.
Demand Darker Colors
Thergreatest demand is for the
darker, solid colors in this suit.
Soft plaids and muted stripes are
also popular, but the trend is now
getting away from the brighter,
flashier colors and combinations.
In lightweight suits, principally
for summer wear, the cotton and
dacron, wash-and-wear outfit con-
tinues to be in demand. Its com-
plete versatility for every occasion
makes it a popular outfit, espe-
cially for students, who can often
make good use of its "wash-and-
wear" features.
Cotton Searsucker Popular
Cotton searsucker, a time re-
vered stand-by, never loses its ap-
peal for wear in spring and sum-
mer. Lightweight and soft, it feels
and looks comfortably cool in sea-
son, making it a favorite in all
parts of the country for young and
old .alike.
For late summer and autumn
,wear, a combination of linen and
dacron is the latest thing. Because
of its linen base, it holds a beauti-
fully tailored freshness through-
out the long autumn days. Light-
weight, but still warm, it will see
good use in autumn, when the
temperature can vary greatly in
the course of day.

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-Daily-David Griffith
PLAID'S THE FAD-Muted plaids are fashionable this spring. They are being worn for either
daytime use or semi-formal wear. The suit is gree n and has natural shoulders.
No Departure in Men's Styles;
Colors, Fabrics New for Sring

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--Daily-Jim Lanard
NEW FOR SUMMER-The Dacron and wool hopsack-weave sun-
mer suit is the newest thing in lightweight apparel. This natural
shoulder suit with plain top trousers can be worn for regular
daytime wear or for semi-formal dress.

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design is the tapered cut, intended'
to eliminate the wad of shirt tail
which men with slim waists find
billowing out behind them. Other-
wise, shirts are largely an unex-
citing item, with the predominate
characteristics being the button-
down collar, or, alternately, the
wide-spread collar with the "tab-
less tabs!" Naturally, wash and
wear fabrics are the most popu-
lar, blue and white being leading
colors.
Most managers agreed that
though the April surge of business
is largely attributable to the Ea-
ster holiday, a boost has been
provided by the upcoming spring
social events on campus. In par-
ticular, two very popular items,
the boat neck sweater and the
deck pants, or beachcombers, seem
to be de rigueur apparel for some
types of fraternity affairs. Sandals
are in the same category, to a less-
er extent.

or grey, it results in many attrac-
tive and striking color combina-
tions for the coming season.
Formal-Wear Constant
Formal wear varies little from
year to year. The most popular
outfit is, of course, the traditional
tropical worsted slack in black or
midnight blue, with a white din-
ner jacket. The white dinner
jacket, always single-breasted with
the shawl collar, comes in many
different materials, including the
expensive raw silk. Madras and
batik dinner jackets have also
recently gained acclaim.
Spring has sprung, and the na-
tion changes its style of dress to
fit the requirements of the season.
In the past, the "Continental"
look, the "Ivy League" look have
been high on the scene.
This year, however, the trend is
toward the middle ground. The
"natural look" combination of all
the fads and extremes is sweep-
ing the nation this spring.

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Colors Always Changing
T aperedut Colors are ever - changing in
popularity. New blends and shades
come and go. A few old favorites,
such as blue, grey and tan, are
always in style, but they always
There has been a change in seem to be sharing the spotlight
with one or more newcomers.
men's shirts this spring. The shirt Olive, a rather light blend of yel-
tail has been removed. low and green, is quite well in
One welcome innovation in shirt, style. Blended or mixed with blue

By JOHN ROBERTS
An increased use of gold and
olive, but no revolutionary depart-
ures in style is the forecast for
male fashions this spring.
The only major innovation is
the use of India Madras fabrics
in items ranging from sports jack-
ets to hatbands. Madras is a mot-
tied-looking, felt-like cloth home-
spun on primitive looms and im-
ported from India.
Asno two pieces are exactly
alike, clothing made from this
fabric has a distinctive unique-
ness which will appeal to the in-
dividualist. The authentic, vege-
table-dyed colors are guaranteed
to run.
Gold, Olive Popular
The stampede to gold and olive
is most pronounced in shirts and
trousers, with some influence also
observed in sports jackets. Most
store managers connect the use
of the new colors to the general
trend away from conservatism in
dress which has been discernible,
particularly among the younger
men.
The past few seasons have seen
the inicreased acceptance of pas-
tels, knitted collars, and cuffless
pants, thus ending the days when
a clothier could get by with noth-
ing in stock except grey flannel. It
was agreed, however, that men are
still by far the drabber half of
the species.
Demand for Continental
In trousers, a few stores hope-
fully observe a rising demand for
the continental style, but there

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was some pessimism as to the per-
manancy of this fashion. The most
popular type of trouser was the
wash-and-wear orlon and wool
worsted Hopsack, with a pattern
of basketweave or checks ranging
from muted to very pronounced.

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Checks in general are making a
strong comeback, as are stripes.
suits, both cord and patterned,
Wash and wear dacron - cotton
are among the more popular items.
Predictions indicate a heavy
swing to beige in suits of this type.

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