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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

raDarilrne in
Tan Or Green
Used 'In Suits

"eminently easy to get along with."
It affords a congun ai mix: for th,+
green snap brim hat and the rust
brown shoes. A

Wear Sets The Pace In
's PlansFor Spring Dress

Women Object To
Men's Dress Here

white ones-are another of the worn- White Tab Collars New
en's pet gripes unaybe it's the prin--epTndSit
ciple of an animal's coat-change in On Deep Toned Shirt
winter). So are forest-green hats. Deep tones and white cab collars
It's our private opinion that they and cuffs-those old favorites in

An example of one of these that
are being received very well in many
centers is of dusted stripe Talbot

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By DOROTHY CAUGHEY

Rough Fabrics Goodc
Sports; Worsted
Business Dress

For
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flannel. The dusted stripe came into
this country with the Prince of Wales
on his first trip, some nine years ago,
and is reviving interest now because
it again appears to be one of his fa-
vorite patterns.

(Continued from Page 10) duced is as suitable for the purpose
-~ -of summer wear as white Palm Beach
:xgs of white fabric that has been cloth. The very appeaiance of this
observed. This fashion which has cloth is one of coolness and refresh-
long been a matter of course in the ment, and, if we are to judge by the
warmer sections of the country, has fact that during the recent season atj

Red ties, white ties, purple ties; (the hats) are just black ones left color combinations, cropping up
spurs in the Parrot; a deep red cor- to mould of whatever it is that hats periodically and when least ox-
duroy jacket-and-trousers combina- do. pected - characterize this spring's
tion (yes, we saw it, on an engi- "Femmes" Dislike Perfection shirts. These are' espe:'ially good

slowly but very

apparently

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The biggest news of the season Brown Regaining Place gaining countrywide acceptance as
thetrgesly newsrfteaseascept1 Recently it began to catch on in the best type, and the favorite type,
ane tnmortyainceoaardnet a deep brown shade which is a pleas- of clothing for hot weather wear. The
ance and importance of gabardine n n ecm aito mte acceptance of these suitingso e-
in suitings. It is definitely established ant and welcome variation from the acpneoftseutigs on sev-
for sthecming easonaving fst ll d ever-popular blue and grey, both of eral of the eastern university cam-
for the coming season, having follow- which, of course, are still far out in puses where for several years they
e up its mted ygh f hion a - front in popularity. Particularly at have been conspicuous by their ab-
cepano e lastaead.wthe eastern universities and at the sence has resulted in their wide-
nomenal spurt ahead. I fashionable meeting points in West- spread popularity for town wear as
The predominant note is a light chester County and on Long Island well as for country and resort us-
tan or green shade, but a new color this suiting pattern has been ob- age.
that is coming up fast is a deep served in sufficient numbers to give Certainly, many authorities claim,
shade of green. Another important'. evidence that it is again destined to nothing that has ever been intro-
fashion it the grey flannel double ride the crest of a wave of new coun- -
breasted, especially with a white try-wide fashion acceptance.
chalk stripe at five-eighths of an It is particularly adapted to the
inch spacing. easy lines of the double-breasted suit
Smooth Worsteds for Town which is a different matter from the
With the soft finished rougher fab- former model that was worn. It is no
rics being worn so generally for
sports and country garments, many y longer the boxy garment that it used
men are beginning to again show in- Thbe
terest in the smoother worsted cloths T oel
for town and business dress. A deep chested front of the new model, with f (ISk
blue grey worsted suiting with an a slight pull at the top button, com-
indistinct sharkskin pattern imparts bine with the trimness of the slightly or:
a businesslike dressiness and still tapering sleeves to make it very flat- H
avoids the over-severity of plain dark tering. __ e
suitings.
-Then, too, one has to remember, in Outbreaks of fire in Great Britain
the words of the fashion critics, that and Ireland during January caused
"there are browns and browns." a loss of £1,098,000 (approximately
Some, it is true, have an unfortunate $3,500,000), an increase of nearlyr
"yellow" cast, but a true dark brown #5000,000 (approximately $1,750,000)
is a color that most men will find is on the December, 1932, figures.

Palm Beach leaders of fashion ap-
peared almost daily in white suits,
a popular run is indicated.
In building up the accessories f 0:
this type of suit a dark shirt and (i
are good because they give the wear-
er's face a healthy natural color and,
at the same time, snap out by con-
trast the cool clear white of the sui:..
Large blue Charvet patterns in neck-
wear are seen a great deal with Palm
Beach suits, even on those who nor-
mally shy away from anything with
more than a hint of a pattern in it.

neer>; evening clothes without bene-
fit of nightfall; a lawyer's idea ofi
what to wear for skiing--a red plaid!
coat and deep g:een Norwegian
'eeches . . the are 2,000 co-eds'
atvorite d Clikes in mens clothing,t
so they tell

In addition, it's Giie opinion of the with bright, almost lurid. Glen plaid
majority of the "femmes that per- tes.
fectly-matched outfit- are very nice,
but too much sn'tThe Prince of Wales himself ha
And heavy uh e ctdo s'tl g . h nd in desi ng v e-open-
make us yell <th g e i the way decabl lars some or theser
Don Haines of the Journalism de- r1h. l, rondd an : athe. r
partment achieves i ired-army- s
officer effect with sly tweeds)
and bow ties with a ak its make#

Stripes, sripas, rnd more stripes,
in ties and a s: ns-we hate 'em.
3ig, wide stri es that eclipse the
phole broad froma. . .
Sport sh-oes in ih snow-especially

us gnash our teeth
we can't tie bows).

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The Downtown Store
for Michigan Men
presents

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suits 6' Topcoats

ch "Yellows," Spring Greens,"
:v "Blius" and all the other col-
s heralding Spring.
and .tailored, wool lined and
s i i i e n t construction silks.
gular $1.00 each value.
5 5c for$1.00

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for

spring

Months of preparation .
months of searching the
market . . . have left us
with the unqualified belief
that these suits and top-
coats are as fine a value as it is pos-
sible to get . . even in this day of
extraordinary "buys."
* They have every mark of differ-
ence . . . in quality, fit , appearance
and durability . . . the very qualities
that are making Staeb and Day's the
headquarters for University men.
* The suits ircile all of the neve-
materials, in single and double-
breasted models.

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TOP
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Crosby

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213 E. Liberty

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:7kIG-ATE
OT HES
Tailored by
EIN BLOCK
in rich Haris tweeds,
hs new springshades.
iith twvo trous~rs.
SS BROS. CLOTHES
$25 and up
?COAT FEATURE
LO and TWEED
$15
ers $19.50 - $22.50
Square Shoes, $5.50

NIEWARICS
FOR SPRIN(
TAIlORED TO OUR MEASURE
Priced from $40 to $6
Other Suit: $25 - $35
Neiw Accessories for Spring
MARQDUTA RDT
608 East Liberty

Ph ids in silks and silk and wool in the
ighter shades will be "It" this spring.
We have just received a shipment of ha d-tailored,
wo.o-lined plaids that you cannot help but admire.
Beautifully tailored in the newest spring patterns and -
colors. We invite comparison with others selling from
two to three times as much in price.

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The Largest Selection in Ann Arbor }
CAMPUSTERACK
300 B S. STATE
NOTE: To those students not living at home and unable therefor
to pres their ites, we will be glad to perform this service gratis.

9 The topcoats include the new
models, and all the new materials.
e Accessories include the town's smartest in Mallory hats, shirts,
pajamas, Hosiery, neckties and all the new details to make your
spring outfit complete.
Prices are really a pleasant surprise . . . suits from $19.50 to $29.50
including extra trousers. Topcoats at $16,50 to $18.50.

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STAEB & DAY.
309 SOUTH MAIN STREET
The Downtown Store for Michigan Men"

Fashion News With An Authentic Background
presented by
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EASTER INSPIRES IT~-Ou r Prices
in Keeping With Times, Induce It!

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SOCIETY BRAND
vnd other fine makers

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See Our Special
FASHION DAY SPECIAL
of Spring'Hats
$2.95 and $3.45
STETSONS, $5.00
INTERWOVEN HOSE
25c 35c 50c
HE very prospect of Easter presents
thoughts of smartening up your ap-
pearance and this display of fine suits
and topcoats is a convincing guide as
to now to go about it with a conclusion
of the utmost in style, quality and value.

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The tendency to Odd Jack-
ets and Slacks of rougher
fabrics is very evident on
eastern campuses. Plaids,

Now. who says men's fash-
ions don't change? A new
Norfolk Jacket that you
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Suits of Chalk Stripe Flan-
ne are away cut in front

IF YOU TAKE your fash-
ion straight, then by all
means you'll want a GLEN

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