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The 1987 edition
will be on sale
next month!
Watch for
announcements
in The Daily.

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SENIOR
CLASS
. OF 1987,*
COMMEMORATIVE SHIRTS
**All proceeds go *
to Senior Class Gift
T-shirts - $7.50
Sweatshirts - $13.00 *
Order today
through March 30
at Barnes & Noble
in the Michigan Union
53rd & 3rd
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Over 70 to choose from. Perfect
as a wall hanging, loungewear
or light evening jacket.
Sale on all
Wool and Cashmere Coats

Continued from Page 14
wardrobe, along with some shapely
new renditions. The innovations
formerly made on denim pants now
present themselves in feminized
skirt form; yoked in front or in
back, zippered at the front or at the
side, with or without pockets, slit
in the back, and longer in length,
all make for great new alternatives
to the traditonalfour-pocket mini.
The prairie look resurfaces this
spring - good news for anyone
who regretfully packed away their
petticoats years ago hoping they'd
come back soon. Ruffles and eyelet
lace enjoy a warm welcome as part
of this year's American West
revival that graces spring clothing
racks. Skirts and blouses in
chambray, peach, or in prints
combining these two colors emerge
in a trend that indicates an oft-felt
nostalgic yearning for eras gone by.
Complete with an array of
rhinestone-studded shirts, saddle-tan
belts, boots, and bags, this spring
goes back in time for a whimsical
look at a cowboy and indian past.
- Denim is ever popular on the
guys racks too. Though less
uninhibited than the women's
trendy neo-Western wear, favorite
blues get a facelift through faded or
frosted fabric treatments (a la acid
wash). Coordinating jackets, longer
this year, and chambray shirts, with
or without a little hardware, all add
up to the same approachable image
that men appreciate in women.
"I like someone who doesn't
look like they're too concerned
about the way they look," says
Michelle Betz, an LSA junior.
Adding that she thinks men look
best if they look comfortable, Betz,
like Ozil, suggests that an
easygoing presence will convey an
image of approachability.
"Fashion is only the attempt to
realize art in living forms and social
interactions."
- Oliver Wendell Holmes
Tastes communicate interests,
and whether or not the primary goal
of fashion (i.e. comfort) is also the
wearer's only goal, he or she will

say something about themselves
when they get dressed. And they're
lucky if what they like to wear just
happpens to coincide with a new
trend that puts them right "in
style."
When asked what she wants to
buy for spring, LSA senior Sheryl
DeVries was adamantly in favor of
"the safari look in clothes, and the
cool peaches. All the clothes that
look like they come right out of
Banana Republic." DeVries is an
anthropology major who plans to
participate in archaeological digs
after graduation.
"I've always liked that safari,
jungle look," she continued. "It's
me, and a trip to Africa would be
the ultimate." DeVries also looks at
the khakis and jungle prints as
comfort items; this spring's
rendition of the Serengeti image is
loose, roomy, and done up in
cottons cool enough for summer's
inevitable heat wave.
Another image communicated by
the season's khaki and jungle-
inspired pieces is one of freedom, of
earthiness - it's pure escapism.
"She looks like you could say,
'let's go hiking in New Zealand'
and she'd go," says Craig Romanzi,
an LSA senior who claims to know
little about fashion, but who had a
good idea about the images
projected via clothing. This spring
takes the jungle look to the hilt;
what it lacks in color it makes up
for in texture. Shoes, belts, and
purses in imitation crocodile or
snakeskin, and even with fur
accents, suggest ruggedness and
durability, yet don't take away the
items' feminine appeal.
Like the new blues, the khaki
safari looks aren't just for ladies.
Shirts, pants, and even entire suits
rendered in khaki create impressions
both easygoing and stylish.
"Fashion is more powerful than
any tyrant."
-Latin proverb
In communicating a personal
statement, spring offers a warming
trend of fashion vocabulary from
which any image maker may form
his or her most eloquent voice.
Hansen is a Daily arts staff writer.

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The Eighth Annual Conference on the Holocaust

Beate Klarsfeld
Sunday, March 22
7:00 p.m. at Hale Auditorium,
Business School
Beate Klarsfeld, a German-born Christian, is one of the foremost
Nazi-hunters in Europe. She was responsible for the location and
exposure of Klaus Barbie. In 1977, Israel nominated her for the
Nobel Peace Prize.
The Texture of Memory:
Holocaust Memorials and Meaning in Europe,
Israel, and America.
Monday, March 23
7:30 p.m. at Hillel Auditorium
Professor James E. Young, Department of English, New York
University.

Art of the Holocaust
Tuesday, March 24
7:30 p.m. at Hillel
A presentation and display of the works of Holocaust survivor and
sculptor Henry Friedman. Mr. Friedman, who began his work 20
years ago, has 25 completed works, all of which deal with the
Holocaust or biblical events. A discussion will follow his
presentation.
Memorial Service, followed
by the film "Kaddish"
Wednesday, March 25
7:30 p.m. at Hill Street Cinema
The true story of a young American Jew coming to terms with the
traumatic history of his Hungarian father, the only member of his
family to survive the Holocaust.

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farms and products made
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Home grown means
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the season.

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All of the programs are free and open to the public.

Conference Sponsors: B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, Michigan Student Assembly. Jewish Community Association /
UJA of Washtenaw County, C.H.A.M., Congregation B'nai David, Temple Israel, Temple Emanu-El, First
Congregational Church, U-M Program in Judaic Studies, Congregation Beth Israel, Temple Beth Emeth, U-M Office of
Ethics & Religion, Lord of Light Lutheran Campus Ministry, Bargman Family Foundation

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