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" Books
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SWEATERS - as always, we
have a colorful selection
of handknit sweaters in
cotton or wool from around
the world.
BALLOON PANTS - to be
comfortable, chic and funky
all at the same time.
SEPARATES - to mix and
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thle cold
HE ALARM GOES OFF and you leap out of bed, thrilled at the
prospect of another glorious fall day at U of M. But as the
morning stupor dissolves away, you suddenly realize that it's
freezing outside. What to wear to foil frigidity? Last year's
bulky winter coat is fine, but since you're going to wear it for
the next six months, why not try something different, perhaps
even fashionable?
Amy Byron, an LSA freshman, spurns the traditional winter
coat in favor of a long, heavy cardigan sweater. "My mom
made it. It's really warm. It's made of wool and mohair." To
keep her legs warm, she wears wool pants or heavy jeans.
"Wool tights are my fashion secret," confides Amy Polk, a Residential
College sophomore.
Also seen on campus are wool shawls, wool cloaks, and the usual
assortment of gloves, hats, and the scarf mom made you bring. Is there a
trend in the making here? Is wool the new fashion craze? The answer, my
friends, is no. Wool is what we call in the fashion niche a "basic," a
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'81 RELIANT K-CAR '79 FORD PINTO
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'86 PLYMOUTH CARAVELLE '84 CHEVROLET CELEBRITY
white, loaded w/equipment $9995 full power and air $5495
'86 PLYMOUTH CARAVELLE '84 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER
blue, loaded w/equipment $9995 Padssenger, all equipment $9495
'79 MERCURY ZEPHYR '81 PLYMOUTH HORIZON
automatic steering & $1995 5-speed, extra good condition $2895
brakes, good car$19 5-peetagocndin$25
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Michigan Balfour House
1209 South University (313) 769-6233
Your Headquarters for Greek Merchandise
Complete selection of sweatshirts, jackets, caps, party
favors, Greek paraphernalia, and Balfour class rings.
We now offer party pictures'for
sororities and fraternities.
We also offer a complete selection of
University of Michigan Merchandise.
1209 S. University (313) 769-6233.

established by last year's zealous
revival of whimsical prints. (And
you thought it would never last!)
The men's Generra collection,
available at Jacobson's Mr. J, offers
this year's pared-down but still
dazzling approach to paisley.
If it's every color under the
winter sun that your yearning for,
Benetton is still the "source" for
sweaters and shirts. Even this
characteristically flamboyant
fashion emporium tones its color
image down this winter,
transforming its spectrum of
fluorescents to spicy jewel tones
that glow in hues richer and deeper
than oftentimes loud brights. Sure,
last year's sweater will do just fine,
but everyone should own at least
one new woolen. Heathery tweeds,
nordic prints, and stand-by solids
promise virtually endless
combinations when paired with that
well-chosen shirt and the black pant
or skirt you already own. For
dressing up, NuSport's jewel-toned
lambswool sweaters are every bit as
oversized but more delicate versions
of the great big hug of a sweater
you wore to class.

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For the ladies, the knits don't
stop on top. If you decide you want
to add another pant or skirt, don't
be afraid to buy more black; if you
passed over last year's black
legging, go for it now since it
looks as if the body conscious.
shape of yesteryear is going to stay
around for awhile. The ultra-slim,
cotton knit skirt of summer seems
as if it's ready to make the winter
wool transformation too. And then
there's this season's newest skirt -
the full tulip.
All three of these shapes look
great when done in a wooly, mock
tweed version of your favorite grey
sweats, or in updated black and
white houndstooth checks from
Ayla. For the dressiest of affairs,
you may even consider a new black
satin pant or skirt, which makes a
showy statement when paired with
the lustrous rayon shirt you wore to
class. Why not try topping it all
with the rich satin blazer from the
glitzy racks at Patricia Miles?
Men shouldn't be afraid, either,
of buying another pair of black
trousers because there's just no way
to own too much of this all-
purpose neutral. NuSport offers
timely variations on the pair already
hanging in your closet. This
season's pants are just as basic, just
as versatile, but jewel-accented to

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Hill Street Forum Great Writers Series presents
Vonnegut Jr.
One of America's great writers, Kurt
Vonnegut Jr. is a speaker of enormous wit
and charm. His novels include Cat's Cradle,
Slaughterhouse-Five, Happy Birthday
Wanda Jane, Breakfast of Champions, and
Galapagos.
Tues., Oct. 28 " 8:00 p.m.
Hill Auditorium
Tickets are now available at Ticketwo rid in the
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668-6915 668-7296
Open Monday - Saturday 9-6; Sunday 10-5 (After home games)

make a timely but not trendy
addition. Subtle, rich color accents
on black trousers work well with a
carefully chosen shirt and sweater,
or take the same approach by
choosing the matching coat to top
dress shirts for an evening out.
Accessorize the look with
NuSport's coordinating ties in what
else but nostalgic paisley print.
None of this is to say that the
jeans holding their place in your
heart lose their place in your closet.
Whether you beat them up yourself
through years of wear, or if you pay
for already beat-up denims, the pale
blue, indigo, gray, or black jean
knows no limit to the looks it can
create. Topped with the
aforementioned chambray shirt,
jeans go to the bar as easily as they
go to the library. The humongous
sweater that matches color-accented
pants gets equally comfy atop old
blue and its color variations. It's a
look that goes easy on your budget
without coming down hard on your
image. For day or for night, in
winter, spring, summer or fall, no
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