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Administrative
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Photos by Jonathan Liss
At right: After Six collection
black tails tuxedo, ($355.00)
and white cotton shirt
($35.00); Lord West vest
($35.00); cane, ($5.00); and
Formally Yours top hat
($22.50). All clothing
available from Marty's.
Mimmina black wool jersey
evening gown with quilted
cuffs ($950.00), available at
Renaissance, and rhinestone
earrings ($46.00), available
at Hutzels.

They modeled on a very grey day, with spo-
radic snow falling outside, but Charles Moody
1and Judy Nowack never stopped smiling. That
may be part of the job when you spend your
days showing off the latest fashions, but for our
two formal-wear models, this is a very unfamil-
iar look. As University administrators, they are
not supposed to smile.
But Moody, vice provost of minority affairs,
and Nowack, research policy advisor, showed us
a different side to the people who govern the
University- a side they say more accurately re-
flects the spirit in the Fleming Building.
"Administration is not what some think- a
place where people are sitting around, plotting.
People are really working and enjoying each
other," said Moody.
And our models said they enjoyed their mo-
ment in the. fashion spotlight. "The whole
fourth floor had a lot of fun with it," said
*Nowack. "When I came up in the first outfit, it
didn't fit in back. There were people running all
over, getting little clips, fussing over me like big
sisters. It was really cute."

At right: Southwick two- .
piece taupe wool suit with
pleated pants and double-
breasted blazer, ($615.00);
Betford Broadcloth stripped
shirt ($62.50), Carroll &
Gibbs bow tie ($32.50);
,,,,,, , Joseph Abbout silk pocket
'~~ scarf ($45.00). All clothing -
available at Carl Steer.
Two -piece tapestry dress
with peplum waist, Louisa
Nevins ($370.00); gold twist
earnings with small
rhinestone accent ($28.00);
6-millimeter imitation pearl
strand ($25.00). All clothing
available at Hutzel's.

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