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H~ 29, 1933

THE MIHIGAN AILY AGEZ

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tgh_ Crowns

Vi-o n Wide Rn~ce 0Of .NewS - ri:

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,A :Novel. Range
For Fastidious
1 New Mode
Co-Eds Will Go HighHa
'A Well As Mannish, In
TCheir iheadgear
Preposterous! SrAng lauds the
Hiigh Hat, spri:4g extols the Panama
Pantake. 1'.eed, vogue proclaims as
S i evrything from Sailors to Be-j
c sAmazons to Fabrics, eight-matj
i«ncaine. So varied, so novel i
the range that the most fastidious
Wll be satisfied, the most individual
tilh e suited.
fl-onors Summa Cum Laude go to
the High, Pill Box, Cossack Cup or
lvhAt have you. It's different, it en-
phasizes that much desired vertical
lire, it's jaunty. Comtesse de Maig-
ret is responsible for the savage en-
Wring the, ivilzed world. The story
gps that 'wile traveling in Africa
$e took a fa} to those native Tu-
iiisi sn cheehias and brought one,
backto Parts., Maria Guy remodeled
fit' a.ndLe a Comtesse sported it at
the races.Base Paris was suscp-
tfle, Aand Ynow the world wears thema.
Tle ;Cossack mood is carried out by
lay fez or military bands wound
o 4rnd the crown.
'Apither way of obtaining that ver-
ticl 1l ne ,s by building up the close-
fltting hat. Top-knots, feather, flow-
es, r grosgrain ribbons arraged
acrossthre crown heighten th, effect.
,An_4 for you consrvatives the Nigh
"fiat {tn~y be made to look -flatter andI
dxressier by means of the circular veil.
The veil completely cirumscries the
mead-which gives the impression of
a oiiiut.
'lat to low brow!- The low
bx ow hara zterie the Panamea Pan-
cke 'which is clapped well forward
opi the head. The brim is wide and
cer~es a - protection against the
sun. A ribbon prelerabl3
v s1i.etcircls the crown. and
' ~chis the dress. Certainly these
ak a practieal and attractive addi-
the ito °any vardrobe! The high-in-
* 3~c dwn-n-i-nthats which have
s jeen populufar rsovet ne :eea a~n
'ontitUed. l~lavever, the hbari a2 2a is
bxecoming less ;pronourced ,ard thr
is -a tendency for the br t itnup ~:
,Spring-will ahso findh thouands of
Saclors tin ecry ipe.'1e f. inasrc
ar d ' i l n t ° n ou a e d sroac n t u n til her S ior is b attered o01
fashion icvolutionizes. They aes navy
with white bands and have bi :u:;of
iaying widths san with You-
,spring suit.
! And even if shags do not venture
on8i ecampus, the co-c:'; are 90o'1n'g
"msannishl" in their 1hedger. The
'Amazon or Ciarettc Girl hat ha:
been brought out by Dobbs .,nd i
being featured at one of our stores.
Stetson seeing the trend of things.
has 'comienced to nanu atre
Fwomns hats. The result is a fait
brimmed one with a tuck across the
crown: hence ca flled Wrinkle . by
Stetson. Cestael---a rough wav
with a cellophane thread -and
.woolen fabric hats are being intro-
,duced for sport wear, Of course, the
beret is ever-appropriate in the realm
Col-1,AndI Slver she
Used In 1Engish Glove
The trimming on gloves is all im-
iportant right now. It consists of
.perforations, pleats, and ruffles. Oner
;of the outstanding styles is a dia-
~mond perforated slip-on. The design
is worked in an al-over pattern with
,the exception of two narrow bands

hnd the palm. It is a six button
Ingili ad W e:,tred n .white, beig-
'UieWeaingof Gltos in the ever I
niug i opionl.II one wishes to
wea ~.emshe ma-y choose almost
*eu hp'U. iiceesin wrist length
~;L awn i uld and silver are rapidly
. , _ i np li .y, while the con-
; < <uI kuenb on gloves are
wUi1 Aories with many and will be
jou a-gain this spring. One of the
newer styles is a mousquetaire trim-
:-ea with lacy ruffles.

New Spring Hats1

Spriug Suits
Have Blouses
AndSwae:

~~~~~ All Tye1f(ola' n uf
To B7,UedniSpring Styles
Hlave you n~oti cd the important on one s houlder may be more becom-
d-art neckwvear is piin- on the now in'c to some.

SNew, Spring hats ;')w the influ-
ence of thec lowr crown,, and flhe pop-
ular acceptance of the down-in-the-
front movement of tihe:brims. The
lower one is a good er.:;;t-ile of the
use of flower trb ,n i A .

Y e r-cl
Th1'1 1ost sau Air-y at toi}c
rodern dry cleaning.
All garments are delivered he
promised. Satisfaction grua-an.
teed or money refunded.

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Chckd iIhai niuies? The allst ands[n_ ,t-
* Dii~ie, Pufe: Or IA vhite org andy. Crinkle d cnuiifl-_
~~:-i organdies are newer twle sersuke
* ;is fesher and enispe: than.zplain o.-
glondy. All may be worn in thc for'm
As the feminine mindl turns oE of an ascot or knotHt i bt , in at
spring and spring suits it also turns lreprybwte :d~ h hn
fmore and more to blouses and sweat- *en more e fectively i:i ta douc.'
ers. These cot:ic in many new styles eena ching around the Ck.
to be used in combination with all}
types of suits. For the sport suit we The intriguing scarfed neckline i
have soft and pliable sweaters in thb ;y othei ch ic feature .his se asona.
new lacey weaves and tailored blouss wagger scarfs of light reight wool-
ons or silk creles are extremely,
or striped diinitics; while for dies~sI £hea may bforspornand swhen looer
orw
f ;ts ae usd. h xistiT n~tuils osted in front and far tened with;i

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You will want to feel smartly 3 28 SouthMain
I.--s-ed, so consider the neckline on'II______________
your clothes this spring. There are
«ll kind.s of little feminine yet tail- ' -____
ored; gdgects to ,pop on the neclne
of even:_ an old dress that will cleverly DAILY CLASSIF
changec its effect.

'S CL-EANERSf
Phone 7814
IlE ADS ARE iNEX~yPENSkIE

Bracelets Featred
Spring brings with it a host of newS'
ideas for costume jewelry. Of uajor j '
importance is the fact that jewelry
jwill be quite inexpensive.
Bracelets will be the chief o1*ii j lend themselves acimnirably to intO-
ment. One Ann Arbovf saleslady do- 'ecting sleeve' treatments, for swcaestera
dlared that "no womani will be wth- and blouses alike all fea ure cleither
out a bracelet this spring." Manzy of ;puffed or bat sleeves. Most of ther
the bracelets will be of bright colored-z necklines, of course are high while
metal. The ;jigsaw bracelet," cutL many blouses use bows or scarfs to
with jagged edges, will be prominent, Igive an added interest to the plain
Much white will be worn. Trick white suit neck.
bracelets with openings through As for colors, warm weather brings
-which colored material can be passed, the soft pastel shades into pnmniiz-
are being shown. C ence, though prints remain riotous
Fancy pins and clips are a lto to I and gaudy. An innovation which is
be worn. Bright colored metal clips new and a ,bit startling is the coin -
are prominent as, is the duet pin,"I bin'ation of a dark blouse and light
which consists of a single pin with skirt which promises 'to be much
two clips which can be used for eve-J wo 'n this spring.
~ingor tree wer. he blouse is even invading the
sacred realm of evening wear in the
Vocanti: nal agricutlture is taug-'t in form of starched chiffon or organdy .
t? 1finnesy>ta high schools und; er a waists over which a regular formal
;'ederal and state--aid plan. The total evening gown is 'used, as a jumper.
, ricultural enrollmrent in 19J33 was rf-his is distinctly new and makes
357, compared to 2,219 in 1931. la very charming semi-formal frock.

a large pin. Knotting the vSsarf lowr

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Frocks w; th puffciS!eeves
...Frocks with Jackets
. . Some wi thOU t...
They'll make you just
wcnt to o pdaces
and priced surpris ingly
how
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Phone 2-2813 te02 S. State

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(I 'F -you'iu:T 0 u f up-and-coming
Toung Co-Ed %vho wears clothes wtih an air,
end who maunag lcs to look like a j;;illio;t on a
iess-than-nothing income-then J ACOBSON's
iS vtLtr fa-Slions pot.
c YeVtwr1-repared than ever b.-ore -lo
III in thw right sort of clotbi- &
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A Most
Outstanding Collection
of

FASHION-WISE WOMEN
* a,,:a careful in selecting their,
hairdresser as their modiste.
IOrreputation recommends usj
0the m~ost fastidious and our
,),es- appeal to every purse.

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smart. In CGrey...
Beige. . Black or Navy
...we're off to new
conquests. Note the al-
luring stitching .. . the
day buckle and the tiny
Low. Such new foot-
notes as, these three
JACQUELINE MODES
definitely serve te mark
Spring as Chi-.

CLEVER
HA4TS

It's Gii lZB
-__--end wcvc preC'pared
fog it I-ith a smart
colkctio
duzsl _ J; t v p ri ;c d

for Clever CO-EDS -
STRAWS, FELTS & FABRICS
for DRESS & SPORTS

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