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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1932

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lE ~ ivl FABITS'
OTFIASTCLOPS
Red and Blue, Yellow and White
Outfits Seen for Spring in
Local Shops.

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Red, Whte and Blue Is Featured
in New Frocks, Sweaters,
and Jewelry.

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Spring Styles
3IONASSUE
L .. a ho::Ars, High Neckline,
Trim Waists, Characterize
New Modes.
GIGOL7 TREND NOTED
Colb s Are Dark teflecting Time
of Depcrss:o1; National
Shades P e ominatea

For at least a week during the.
ar, feminine attention is directed
ward sports wear through the ef-
ts of the Women's Athletic asso-x
tion. A period of campaigning
' sports clothes is sponsored an-
ally by this prominent organiza-
n. This year, the period extend-
from Friday, Feb. 26, until Fri-
, arch 4.
rhe campaign beganl Feb. 26 with
style show which was held at 4
lock in the lounge of Palmer field
use. The articles in the show,
re sent from Detroit by the Pack-'
)lin company. Clara Peck, '33,
isted by Gladys Schroeder, '33,
d charge of arrangements.
k number of women on campus
)eled, among them being Vin- '
le Bartlett, '33, Helen Mason, '34,
riam Cortright, '32, Ruth Camp- -
1, '34, Betty Kane, '34, Pauline
we, '32,BClara Grace Peck, '33, Russia Wants Clothe
rriet Earle, '35, and Ann Mit- Designed for Hec
ell, '35.
rea was served after the fashion Style and chic cannot be coi
)wing, most of the dresses of ered by the Russian designer
Jch were models especially suit- a recent contest held by the
for camnpus sports wear. sian State Clothing Trust, p
uch a campaign was first inaug- were presented for garments
ted several years ago in order to signed practical for work and
iedy a situation whTch the W. A. able from a health standpoin
believed could be, controlled. At the 4nouncement of the
men of the University of Mich- test the trust spokesman said,
n had the reputation of being United States leads the worl
most formal and fastidious the mass production of clothes
ssers on any college campus. they are designed without thou
.ce the Athletic society has be- of practical' utility and millior
a its campaigns, there has been dollars are spent annually in
narked improvement. ducing new styles."

Riding still remains one of the If you are the sort who swagges
most active and interesting diver- around campus in moccasins . w i
sions for the sports woman. Spring sa faIlhful friend to short sleeve
especially is the time of year when sweaters, and who shows gozd tat
riding proles most popular. in her classroom sports cl{th8
The new styles in habits makes you are in a veritable mecca th
it seem still more enticing than spring, for never were suite and
ever. One of the sr'artest of the omInrtably clever outdoor wear inI
new outfits was seen recently in a better taste.
local store. The coat was of a bright Since Washington chose to be
Easter yellow in a loose weave.cot- ; born exactly two hundred years
ton material. The breeches were ago, the ,ashion world goes p-
white corded and the hat that corn- Irothein its fferings and all the
pleted the outfit was of a soft yel! show-windows are proudly display-
low felt in a vagabond style. This ing red, white, and blue comoina-
seems almost a perfect combination j.tions of all sorts. There arc bell-
for a snappy ride Easter morning, hop jackets wit built-up navy blu:
Another outfit, quite in contrast !skirts and thin, fluffy sweaters;
with thje first, was also seen in Ann there are daring red-and-white
Arbor. The coat was of a bright candy stick dresses with blue jew-
red flannel and the breeches were elry displayed suggestively beside
navy blue whipcord. A very good- them; ere are rough lignt wooui
looking ascot in red, white and blue in heaven blues, witn twisted hal-i
was also shown. These three colors ters and even epaulets of red and
make up one of the most popular white jersey or silk. Red, white, and
color combinations that are being blue, no matter how you spell it, is
s shown for this time of the year._ good this spring.
With a smart navy blue beret al- Sweaters, er what pass f o r
eth most any co-ed might be proud io ,Women in Majority I sweaters this spring, are entirely
ride this spring in the above outf, unexpected. Purf sleeves and tight,
nsid- whether a novice or a well-'exper - as Golfers, Says Pro high waists vie, with ruffles--es,
. In enced rider. The best thing abort ruffles--and unusual weaves for no
Rus.. these two refreshing habits is that More than 50. per cent'of the golf lice,and the colors run the gamut
rizes they are both within the college lessons givenby professionals in the from unadorned white to a dark
de., budget. re rrd ih elw lead
suit- For women who would like to United States are taken by women. gree ed, wites
t. learn to ride and wear such becom- James Roach, farous writer of Sprinhg coats follow the lead of
con- irkg outfits elective riding classes women's sports, gives acompliment last year's spring coats, only more
"The are held at 4:15 o'clock every Tue- for women, in a recent statement. so. The swagger coat and polo
d in day and Thursday. At the same coat have taken unto themselves
s but time a class is held every Monday He sys professionals agree that the e an nto s
ights and Wednesday. Arrangements may women are more adaptable and pa- If you would b a well-dressed
as of be made by calling Mr. Mullison , - tient students than men, due to ,sportswcman, be a dresse-
pro- fore 2 o'clock to inquire if the clazs their inherent ability to assimilate veiely this Easter, but cleverly so
Sfor creditisrfull for that day, the rudimentary techque.Y is st t rly
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Can-pus women have turned gig-/
olo. At least hey have if the choice
for their new spring clothes is tak-
en into con0sideraton for they are
predominantly of the'gigolo ' trend.
If the fashions were to be de-
scribed diagrammatically, a trian-
Sle could ai oi ately be drawn
for the shoulders are to have a
broad effect. th1: waist, high and
trim, and the skir fill t close to
.the figure. A high necIline and a
short detachable jacket character-
ize "la mode nouvelle.' Sleeves are
wide to the wrist wit a tight cuff
and large brass buttons trim the
S__typical outft. One dress seen was
SWEA TERS WORN of navy blue cre e with blocks of
red and white set in a bold design.
UNTIL TEA-TIME It had a detachable jaoket of navy
blue. with an ascot of diagonal

Variety of Weaves Distingui4h
Grades of Formality.
"In this year 1932 you will see
sweaters everywhere during 'che
daylight hours," say the editors of
Vogue in a recent issue.
Sweaters of every color, knit, and
style of sleeves and neckline are
"scheming little climbers that have
wangled their way into every so-

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Can Cure That Easter Fever
Called
Glad Ra iseasc
Do you iric el ike going completely haywire? Do you
wat T;. UA'- NDS of starding new dress? That's
the %j ' disease." Spring causes it. We can

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__ rcur.C 1", intoxicating tenics that -aris cables
r havei ag about. For instance: For $5.00
-- c nIitced dresses with high necks and
\' L igFor $9.95-soft-as-down angoras,
2-pc as, wool crepes, boucles. And the silks
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$1 owWeDope It Out: 9
DRESSES..
WTiny Jackcts High Waists,
., _ Gigolo Jackets Broad Shourdens
Contrasts Puff Sleeves
Capes Side Cosngs
A' fi Dots. Prints. Stripes & ('bfl

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SUITS
Military
Fur Trimmed

r ese NEW
EasterFocs

J.ckets . short, but not too fhoft! iitted
frocks cut, oh so carefully, on the bi- ,st
would your figure to new lovelnss.
Sizes 14 to 20, 38 to 44.

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their material and cut, and can not ciety." They are all very short and'
be eccentric or overdone. sometimes topped by sleeveless,
$AEES ANCE."double-breasted jackets. They vary
!SD "from the roughest of wool for sport
Sophomores of the University of to the most finely woven of " silk!
Wisconsin iv roduced a novel f thread for the formal teas.
"Dateless Dance" Friday, March 11 So popular have sweaters become
at which they presented the can- that women have been known to
didates for class officers. Sopho- form clubs for the sole purpose of
mores were admitted cn presenta- making them according to their
tion of fee cards. own ideas of chic.

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bands of red, white, and blue.
If one should trace the fashions,
one would see that contemporary
events easily influence the trend.
The bicentennial exposition has had
a decided effect, for the alleged
color combination is rd, white, and
blue, not only insdresses and coats
but also in jewelry. Military lines
are important as can be seen in the
newv crossed lines on dresses, the
I brass buttons down the front of the
polo coat, which remains popular,
and also epaulets. If all of these
features were analyzed, one would
I find that the cross straps are char-
acteristic of the West Point uniform
and the brass buttons follow the
mode of the uniform worn in the
Spanish - American war. Generals
were honored by epaulets.
One of the- frequent exclamations
of women this year in selecting
their spring outfits is that all the
colors are so dark and strangely
enough, according to stylists, the
reason is the "depression," for wom-
en's fashions reflect the tendencies
oif the time and during every period
of this sort, the dark side of life is
predominant in all things, fashions
included.
The dressy afternoon outfit is dis'
appearing and in its place is the
tailored. The smart woman changes
from her severe, dark street dres.s
either of military cut or of "gigolo"
trend into the decollete dhner
',own of soft materials and light-
shades.
COSMFTIC CHART
SELECTS SHADES
Brighter Colors More Popular
for 411 Complections.
To aid in the proper selection of
cosmetics to go with the new spring
c utfit s see beauty' house' has put
out a revolving chart, an ingenious
device that shows the' shade, of
powder, rouge, lipstick, and eye
make-up that sets off. the individ-
ual coloring with each change in
frocks.
There are fewer shades in powder
this season and the dark shades
are not as popular as they were a
year ago, the movement being to-
ward the lighter and brighter
shades, regardless of whether one is
a blonde or a brunette.
Rouge is losing much of its or-
ange,.tone. Many shades are some-
what lavenderish but they must be
carefully chosen for each costume.
It is difficult to suggest an eye
shadow, one must experiment to
get the right one.
PATTERN
fora
COLONIAL PARTY
Try it this bicentennial year.
Two or three tables of bridge-a
New England luncheon-old-fash-
oned hospitality and charm! T e
pattern is closely followed when ydu
have your party at Dearborn Inn.
This real l4ew England Inn is
truly Colonial in atmosphere. The
Colonial tounge provides space for
bridge tables. The Early American
Dining Room features delicious
"down-east" menus, which follow
famoustraditions of cookery.

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Vevre Br mning
With B'ti
$ll95 to $5
You'll love there in rough straws,
shiny straws and m ilans.

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T.hat's the day above all other days
that you'll want to look your level best.
And nothing will do more to accom-
plish this end than a new dress.
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We'll Help You!
We'll show you the newer and smarter
dresses, emboding the details of style
which have crested sensations in style
centers this spring. And you'll get so
much more for your money if you buy
now!

Choice of noonday ' luncheon
menus, $1.25 and $1.00 a plate.
Dinner, $1.50. A la carte service
in the English Coffee Shop. Recrei
tion Room. Transportation provided
for groups. 'Phone Dearborn 1810.

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