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September 10, 1981 - Image 77

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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, September10, 1981-Page 7-D
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Van Boven's
Clothing Shoes
STATE STREET and in NICKELS ARCADE

Since 1921, The Van Boven Shops have been one of the main sources of the
clothing and furnishing needs of the incoming students.
This year, as in the past, we invite you to shop and browse through the mer-
chandise we have 'bought with you in mind: Sweaters from England and
Scotland, furnishings and clothing from our finest makers. See us first.

The classic shetland
has the authentic
saddle shoulder.
Made in England
and Scotland
in exclusive colors.

SOUTHWICK
PRESENTS THE
HERRINGBONE SUIT
The student or future businessman
who wears this distinctive grey
and white herringbone suit from
Southwick signifies that his
acumen extends considerably
beyond matters of commerce..
The some may be said with regard
to the store that sells such a suit.
There are relatively few stores
in the country who offer our label.
We're very selective about who
represents Southwick Any store,
after all, can carry a line of suits.
y But only a few can carry on
the Southwick tradition
State St at the Arcade
PRESENTS SOUTH WICK

The classic
cardigan in
lambswool or
shetland. Full
fashioned, rag
sleeves. From
England and
Scotland.

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Van Boven Shoes
presents ..
THE FIRST BOAT SHOE
DESIGNED TO PERFORM
AS WELL ON LAND
AS IT DOES AT SEA.
Most boat shoes are
. fine on boats. But put them
on land and they just don't
* hold up.
TiheTimberland boat shoe has uppers made of oil-impregnated
full-grain leathers that won't dry out or crack. The laces are thick
rawhide.
And, to prevent rusting and damage from salt, the eyelets are
only solid brass. But, most important, the sole is long-lasting,
rugged Vibram*
All in all, it's no wonder the Timberland boat shoe, for men
and women, holds up on concrete sidewalks as well as it does on
fiberglass decks.

The classic pure
lambswool pullover.
Made in England
and Scotland in a
full range of
exclusive colors..
The great classic
handframed cable.
Traditional shetland
wool in a series of

Van Boven's is Ann Arbor's largest Timberland dealer
On Campus in the Nickels Arcade
665-7240

handsome colors.

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