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New Form Fitting Swin
Designed For Comfort
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Summer Hat Wear
By PATRIC BOLOGNESI
Form fitting swim suits with
longer, square cut legs are one of
the new styles that will be worn
by the well attired male on the
American beaches this season.
A carry over from the slim lines
of the "ivy" styling, these swim
suits are designed specifically for
the action swimmer. They come
in superb fabrics, woven and knit.
Colors for the season are pre-
dominantly male. There is also a
terrific selection in solids, stripes,
plaids and prints.
The newest swim trunk on the
market is the Hawaiian length, a
mid-thigh leg length. Retailers
feel this model will be one of the;
top sellers of the season.
Suits Are Long
Manufacturers of beach wear
for men are offering this new.
Hawaiian length swim suit in a
great variety of fabrics. Tamise,
a combination of Acetate, cotton
and rubber, is one fabric a nation-
al manufacturer of swim trunks
is using. Swim suits made of this
fabric have a number of advan-
tages. As well as being fast drying,
they hold their shape very well.
Helenca, a nylon stretch fabric,:
is being used throughout the in-
dustry. The advantages of this
fabric are that it is quick drying
and one size suit fits all.
Use Many Fabrics
Other fabrics used by many
makers include cotton knits, 100%
cotton gingham, cotton poplin and
sharkskins of Acetate, cotton, and;
rubber. Nylon is another fabric
which is gaining popularity, along
with combinations of Orlon andj
Distinctive styling features of
one of this years predicted topj
sellers, the Hawaiian length, areI
many. Even though the swimI
trunks are a skin tight fit, they
have a" coin pocket. They also
feature an inner waist draw string
and simulated fly - front. Some
have a contrasting belt and belt
loops while others offer a webbed
Pattern Variety Available
The most exciting feature of
this year's swim suits is the great
variety of fabric patterns avail-!
able to the public. High on the
popularity list of most college men
are the Indian Bleeding Madras
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Perhaps you'll never make Phi
Beta Kappa, but if you put a little
energy toward clothes care we
guarantee that your Eye-Q will
For top Eye-Quotient, start with
suit sense. You can increase their
life span, as well as the span of
your budget, by letting them hang
a day or two between wearings.
Also be careful not to stretch your
suit pockets by taking care notto
Use Coat Hangers
Coat hangers are simple gadgets
to work, so give one a try the next
time you take off your topcoat.
Remembering to unbutton your
coat when sitting down will also
help preserve its shape.
Always put your hat away on a
flat surface rather than on a hook.
A soft brush or cloth is the best
aid in cleaning your hat, and for
a "head start" on grooming you
can keep the hatband from stain-
ing by putting Scotch tape inside
Too much heat can fuse plastic
stays, so remove them before hav-
ing a shirt laundered. Another
trick that will give your shirts an
added life span is to turn the col-
lar down before tying your tie,
rather than after.
When packing for that long-
awaited vacation try stuffing your
shoes with socks, Socks will serve_
as shoe trees, and you will find
this a shoe-saving as well as space-
Shine Shoes Often
Shoes, like suits, will also last
longer if you give them a rest be-
tween wearings. Don't wait until
they're scuffed to polish them;
shining new shoes will help to pre-
serve the surface.
You'll seldom have to iron your
ties if you hang them on a rack
and let the wrinkles fall out. Don't
be lazy when removing your tie-
untie the knot instead of slipping
it over your head.
College men's budgets are not"
the biggest, but through careful
care of your clothes you can main-
tain a wardrobe that will see you
through classes and dates in true
collegiate fashion, while being kind
to your wallet at the same time.
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STRAW HATS are extremely popular this year. They come in
a variety of styles and colors. Models include Milan straws in
light and medium gray and medium brown. They come with
Indian madras bands which add an extra touch of "life" to the
hat and thereby enhance the appearance of its wearer. Tyroleans
follow straw hats in popularity this spring. Panamas with their
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plaids. These come in various Summer Wear
tones of blue, brown, wine and;
other dark colors. Madras prints
will also be seen quite often on Pu ers
the beaches this season.
Predict Stripped Design Gain Popularity
college town retailers predict
that male customers will go for Spring means the return of the
stripes again this year. The beachhSpriansnthreurnAof
wear makers are putting on the hot, radiant sun to our Ann Arbor
market various suits with either climate. ill be thinking of comfort
verticle or horizontal stripes. The and one of the easiest ways to be
stripes range in width from the comfortable is to wear the loose
pin stripes to the two inch bold fitting and good looking tradi-
ones.nk tional favorite, the cotton pull-
One nationally known manu-i overs.
facturer has put on the market
for the beatniks of American The increasing popularity of
society, a complete line called knit shirts will be fully exploited
"Beachnik Stripes." The fabric is with new colors, original patterns,
a cotton knit of varying horizontal and varying textures. Pullover cot-
stripes. For the patriotic beatnik, ton sport shirts will be advanced
the line is offered in red, white by a new development called ;
and blue. However, if that doesn't "crepemere" which has the feel
appeal to him, there is the char- of lightweight silk crepe.
acteristic black and white com- Sports and dinner jackets will
bination. The swim suit is offered jfeel the effect of the Canyon
in either Hawaiian length or John Golds. Local merchants are fea-
L. style, which is just above the turing a bleached corn - colored
knee in length. Both feature a two Jacket fashioned out of a cotton
inch wide belt of solid white with fish-net-weave cloth from Italy.
belt loops and a brass buckle. In tailored clothing the bright
Not only can the customer buy golds must be muted or turned to
a swim suit, but he can also greys. In this case, shirts and ties
purchase a matching "Beachnik" can reaffirm the gold accent. Sum-
boater, a boat neck, short sleeve, mer suits will stress the "par
hip bone length shirt with hip avion" feeling. Materials will be
vents. For laying in the sun, one light.
can purchase the "Beachnik" Radiant yellows, the deep mus-;
towel made of terry cloth that tards, the pale sand colors which
sports an anchor design with some people are already calling
stripes. Canyon Colors are being combined
This season even the most with their natural complement of
meticulous shopper for swim wear green to produce a very fresh
should be able to satisfy his wants. combination of colors.
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