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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1960

Offer New Jewelry
'To Adorn Appearance

Novelty Hand Bags Appear
In Variety of New Shapes

By ROBYN McMILLIN
"Seven-story Chokers" are a
dramatic new kind of costume
jewelry.
They are just what the name
implies, necklaces of many stories,
or strands. Most of them, known
as "high-risers," start high on the
neck as a several-stranded choker
and continue down from there;
others start at the base of the
neck. They are available in almost
all colors and types of beads and
many combinations. Do-it-your-
self fans can make their own by
combining several coordinating
necklaces.
Alternate Beads
Imported "Baby-seed Beads,"
otherwise known as "Caviar
Beads" consist of thirty or more
strands of tiny beads. Sometimes
the strands of tiny beads are
altrenated with larger ones. These
come mostly in pastel shades.
Still on the scene from other
years are chunky jewelry and pas-
tel enamels trimmed . in gold.
White enamel is chic for summer,
with its cool, bright look.
Wearing Watches
Novelty watches are becoming
favorites with some girls, who

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--Daily-Jim Lanard
WOOL NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD-This fine English virgin wool tennis sweater with dark strippings at the waist and neck
is a compliment to any girl's, or fellow's, for that matter, spring and summer wardrobe. Guard colors are navy and red.

INDICATES PERSONALITY:

Make-Up Blends Complexion, Styles

may own two 'or three of them.
They come in gold or silver and
may have jeweled, pearled, or
sculptured trim. Some have velvet
or interchangeable colored bands.
Some girls are wearing "mod-
ern" jewelry, slowly becoming
more popular. Modern jewelry is
seen most often in pins and is
generally of silver or copper wire
bent into strange shapes or, molded
metal in ultramodern designs.
For Campus Date
Women Suggest
Dressing Casual
The casual, comfortable, care-
free look is the secret of the well-
dressed Michigan coed. For the
coffee date anything from ber-
muda and shorts to a Madras look
is acceptable. Here the emphasis
should be placed on a suitable
attire for an afternoon date.
A Friday night date usually is
a movie followed by a snack. The
accepted dress is that collegiate
look, and here Madras plaid is a
favorite. A coed has the liberty of
wearing a simple, smart outfit of
either a sweater and skirt or a
tailored sheath. Again the look is
casual, carefree, and comfortable
for those three hours in the
theater.
On Saturday night in Ann Ar-
bor, the fashion parade is any-
thing from pajamas to a formal.
The dress is determined by the
program for that particular eve-
ning. Everyone has witnessed the
coed's talent for designing an
original and handsome costume
for that P.J., South Seas, Roaring
Twenties, and even the Beatnick
or Toga parties. For a more formal
date, a smart sheath shirtwaist
dress is a favorite selection.
A variety of styles are accept-
able for the really "big" weekend
at Michigan-the Pledge Formal,
J-Hop, Homecoming, and Michi-
gras. The fashion ranges from a
sophisticated shirtwaist to a stun-
ning chiffon formal.

MAST'S
Presents the new
SPRING
FASHIONS

Purses are springingto life in
the shapes of fish and frogs this
season.
Purses with different floweredj
designs are quite popular. This is
a reflection of Latin influence.
These novelty - shaped hand
bags with scales of multi-colored
sequins accent the trend toward
large,- straw purses.
Also growing from this realistic
base are the popular milking cans,
fringed feed bags, and rope-hand-
led Creole fishing backets.
But bulky and stylish are syn-
onomous only as long as it's prac-

tical-that is until the purse out-
grows the bicycle basket.
Natural and white are the most
popular shades in these large-
handled bags, with colored accents
sprouting in realistic rose clusters,
velvet watermelons, and pastel
sea shells.
Even clutch piurses, mostly in
pastel leathers are growing and
adding novelty clasps and chains.
These are designed for the coed
who still prefers to toss her purse
into her book-bag without wond-
ering if a trail of grapefruit is
following her to class.

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By RUTH EVENHUIS

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Make-up, like dress, is an ndi-
ation of a girl's taste, personality,
,nd often, her mood,
And the effective expression of
hese depends on her "know-how"
ind her fashion sense.
For instance, the girl in line
with this years pastel clothing
ron't mix the subtle softness of
:er costume with harsh, dark
nake-up. Similarly, the girl who
refers darker or more dramatic
lothing won't let her clothes out-
hout her. She will co-ordinate a
pore vivid make-up to her cos-
ume.
Determine Effect
Make-up, then, is an art. The
lesired effect must be determined,
nd the colors blended skillfully
o attain this effect. Make-up must
nhance the costume; neither can
e dealt with separately from the
ther.
A second major consideration in

the art of choosing make-up is the the length of the nose. Jimmy Dur-
occasion. Party make-up and class ante type noses should be shaded
room make-up are merely "kissing entirely. Important-if the shad-
cousins." ow is obvious, the purpose is de-
Make-up Essential feated.
So good taste-a coordination of Larger eyes are also illusory. An
make-up with the right outfit and overdose of make-up is not an illu-
the right time and place-is es- sion; it's an obvious reality. Start-
sential to the well-dressed girrl. ing with the eyebrows, most girls
Application of make-up is a skill. can enhance their appearance
There are techniques which can with a pencil which darkens (if
give the illusion of making a large necessary) or matches the brow's
nose smaller, or making 'the eyes natural color. A fair-haired girl
appear larger, of camouflaging will want to choose a pencil just
puffiness under the eyes, and even enough darker than her hair-color
of changing the shape of the face. to make her brows show up with-
Light, Shadow Important out showing off.
Light and shadow is an inport- Use Pencil Carefully
ant concept to understand in cre- It is important that the pencil
ating these illusions. Shadow of color only the hairs, and not the
course, reduces size. In the case of skin, so short, quick strokes are
an over-large nose, for example, best. The illusion of an arch can
the application of base three be obtained by darkening brows
shades darker than that used on slightly more at the point where
the rest of the face to the bridge the arch should be at the bottom
of the nose and the tip will break of the brow.

A delicate bit of eye artistry is
the drawing of a line with a soft
eyebrow pencil or eyeliner pencil
all around the eye on the ledge of
skin where the lashes grow. This
device, if carefully employed,
makes the eyes take on interesting
depth and the illusion of greater
size.
Watch Line
The line should begin about
halfway across the lid and con-
tinue about an eighth of an inch
outward from the corner of the
eye. Then, by brushing the finger
lightly across the line it is blended
into a subtle shadow. A noticeable
line, on the other hand, makes
the eye look "hard" and calculat-
ing.
The application of mascara
darkens the bleached tips of the
lashes, making them appear long-
er. If it is skillfully applied it
need not make them look stiffer,
or gummier, or less natural.

Women Shown
Original Styles
In Belt Apparel
A large variety of belts are be-
ing shown and will be worn this
spring.
Belts made of materials such as
straw, leather, hemp, madras, silk,
linen are being manufactured in
contour and straight belts, crush
and cinch, and the familiar cum-
merbund.
Belts of madras are of special
interest, since it is a luxury fab-
ric, hand woven in India. Only 16
yards are woven at a time and
therefore almost every piece is
original.
These belts come in plaids which
can be mixed with skirts and
purses as long as one color pre-
dominates.

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VITALITY
ACCENT
PANORAMA

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$10.95 to $17.95

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619 E. Liberty 2 stores

Downtown
121 S. Main

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4:00 P.M. Parade reahes Campus

IT'S SPIFFY

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10 A.M.-5:30 P.M. Kiddie Carnival
Yost Fieldhouse Grounds
7 P.M.-1 A.M. CARNIVAL-
Yost Fieldhouse
rizes:
Redwood and Ross Swiss Cleaners

TOMORROW:

MICHIGRAS would like to thank the following merchants for ontributing p

England Sporting Goods
Englanders
Ernst Electric Co.
Herb Estes
Faber's Fabrics
Ferry Field Barber Shop
Fiegel's
Fileccia Bros.
Fingerle Lumber Co.
Firestone-Shell Station
Fisher Wallpaper-Detroit
Fogerty's
Food and Drug Mart
B. E. French and Co.
Gage Linen
Goodhew Floral Company
Hob Gainsley Mobilgas
Station

Grinnell Brothers--Detroit
% Mr. McDonald-4th
Floor
Grinnell Brothers-Ann Arbor
Gulf Gas Station
Haight and Company
Douglas Harris Jeweler
Hertler Bros.
Huron and Division Speedway
Service
Huron Lanes
Jacobson's
Jimmy's Barber Shop
H. P. Johnson Company
The Kay Jay Shop
Kessel's Fashion Shop
Kiddie Korner
E. A. Knauf
S. S. Kresge

Mademoiselle

Marshall Drug
Martin Minerals
Merit Shoe Company, Inc.
Metzger's
Meyer Jewelry-Detroit
% Meyer Rosenbaum
Woodward Ave.
Michigan Glass Company
Mielk's Cafe
Millers
Modern Appliance of Ann
Arbor
Moray's Jewelers
Mt. Vernon Shop
B. E. Muehlig, Inc.
Muehlig and Lanphear
Nye Motor Sales, Inc.
O'Connor Super Service

Paul Reed's Service
Relley-Bullock
Reynolds Office Supply
Rice's
Ritz Beauty Salon
Betsy Ross Shop
Saffell and Bush
Sam's Store
Schlanderer and Sons
Sears, Roebuck and Company
Seyfried Jewelrers
Alf E. Shanklin
Sherwin-Williams Company
Shipman's Inc.
Smith's Floor Covering
Stacy's Beauty Shop
Stadel and Sons

Alex Theodore Shoe Repair
Thompson and Strubb
Barbers,
Tice's Men's Shop
Twentieth Century Bowling
Bud Twining Service
University Aquarium
University Flower Shop
University Laundromat
Vagias Beauty Salon
Val's Spaghetti House
Van Boven's Men's Shops
Van Buren Shop
The Varsity Laundry Co.
The Village Store
The Virginian Restaurant
Wahr's Book Store
Marti Walker, Inc.
Washtenaw Dairy
Washtenaw Farm Bureau

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