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March 09, 1934 - Image 12

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THlE MICItGAN DI)AYYRJI%

Camel's Iir Is Still Popular

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Style Show To
Ennovate New
OutfitToday'
You asked for something new?
Here it is in a pair of slacks and a
vest to match - the latter buttons
over a convertible collar and may be
worn as a golf jacket. It is worn with
a sport coat.
You will see it on display at the
Style Show this afternoon. A two-
some is what they call it, and they're
trying to promote it on this campus.
The matched vest and slacks come
in most any color and style. Small
checks will be featured.
With it you can wear almost any,
kind of sport jacket. One of the most-
popular is a white shetland jacketx
built with patch pockets and a trick
back. The white linen jacket with
darker slacks is responsible for this
type of kit breaking out.
For undergrad activities (and out-
side the school, too) it is a pretty
slick looking item.
White buckskin shoes with black

And Woman, O
The lonstrosi
By CAROL J. HANAN
A woman's prerogative has always
been to have the last word. But all
male skepticism aside, there is one
time when she doesn't make use of it.
She stands patiently and takes it
while the beloved tells her that the
little pillbox chapeau that she had so
painstakingly sought out makes her
look like a cross between a bell-hop
and an organ grinder's monkey.
She suffers in silence while he in-
termittently steps on and then curses
the dear little train that just makes
the dress. But what of him, my sis-
ers? Does there not come a time
Garter Market
Spurts Under
Rage For Color
So at last it's come to this We're

itruged, Tell Of Full Skirt And ComfortI n Coats
ities We Wear Slashed Pocket
when you long to let him know that In New M odels
he is simply the picture of what the -
Prince of Wales is not wearing? Does RsT
there not come a time when you11
long to let him know just how you Topcoats In These
think of his clothes. D t s d
Comfort, for instance. He glowers h
at the aforementioned train and then
talks over our heads from the heights Reversibles Out
of a razor-edged collar. He blas-
phemes lipstick on the lapel, and
then wears a nice tweedy mixture of Tendency Is In Direction
about the consistency of sandpaper. Of Softer Fabrics And
He criticizes us for following the
fad of the moment and then looks Much Looser Models
shyly, but interestedly, at a wine-
colored waistcoat that just came in. The fickle undergraduate has taken
He is amused at the excitement the many coats into his fold during the
esean othon of he hl cn last few seasons, but the enduring
because a collar buttons down in- favorite as far as fabric is concerned
stead of lying flat, is camel's hair.
We, poor females, are given a gen- Originally, his pet camel coat was
tle but unmistakable "bird" for rush- a long and fully half-belted or full-
ing the season and along towards the belted model. The newest model, and
beginning of January he appears at the moment the ranking favorite,
with semi-white shoes. We are sup-i
posed to listen to exactly his ideas is one in which the coat is cut rather This topcoat is a three button af-
on our newly acquired Grecian coif- short, full of skirt and has slashed fair, loosely fitted and comfortable.
fure and refrain from giving a fas- pockets. It has three buttons, a ( Models in the Raglan and Balmaccan
cist salute when he next appears notched lapel, and fits easily. are even more full skirted than this.
looking like Hitler. Country Gentleman Style Unbelted and half-belted coats are
"What do women know of men's Another thing- the trend at theI gradually becoming more popular.

leather soles and heels and a white no a tellIngyu ningU whenVwL
oxford shirt with a bow tie show the not telling you anything when we
undergrdushteitheaheigtof styleh, say that the garterless individual is a
undergraduate in the height of s hangover from the Joe College days.
He just doesn't exist any more, ex-
BANR MESSENGERS ROBBED cept in fiction.
GREENVILLE, S. C., March 8.- Local merchants inform us that
(R) - Two messengers of South Caro- they're selling garters like wildfire.
lina National bank were held up and The solid color elastic web kind are
robbed of $50,000 on a back street the most popular. The narrow web
here this morning. is preferable.

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Ralk-OverSnnounces--
A complete line of men's sport shoes
arriving in complete array. Whites
promise to be the leading shoe for
Spring and Summer wear. Walk-
Over whites predominate.
BURTON'S
W AL t ai -OVAnRrb]rI
115 South Main - - Ann Arbor

styles?" roared somebody readingI
over our shoulder - to which we
might return the question, but won't.
Not very much, we admitted.
But a few things, like this: we
don't like derbys with tuxedos, we
don't very much care for tuxedos and
we detest derbys. Not to be indeli-
cate, but we would also like to add
that there is something so much
m o r e dependable-looking a b o u t
braces as compared to belts. We do
like plain white shirts and loud ties,
because men like to wear loud ties
and they're safer with white shirts.
We like men to wear full dress be-
cause it flatters us and their whitet
gloves save untold sums on our clean-7
ing bill.
PREVIEW FOR SENIORS 1
It is the custom for the campus
movie house at Colgate University to
divide its audience according to
classes. A performance begins at 7:15
p.m. for upperclassmen, and another
at 9 p.m. for freshmen.

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SPORTINCG NEWS

moment seems to be toward an elab-
orately casual English countryside
manner. The balmaccan topcoat is a
case in point.
Reversible coats, it would seem, are
not quite so popular as before. They
just won't create a demand, although
you can get them if you so desire.
Raglan shoulder, the half belt, and
slashed pockets are all the thing now.
You can get them in browns, whites,
greys and checks. The checked model
seems to be the most popular in Ann
Arbor.
But getting back to camel's hair.
With the tendency so pronounced in
the direction of soft fabrics and looser
models in clothing, it is no wonder
that the college man accepts this type
of topcoating, for it fills the demand
to perfection.
Natural Camel Popular
The color, too, being natural camel,
is alone enough to guarantee wide-
spread acceptance.
We saw one on display at one of
the State Street stores which was
double-breasted with pleated back,
and full-belted. The buckle was a
ever leather ring arrangement.
And it had buttons - ah, yes, but-
tons. The buttonless wrap around
goat didn't last it seems. The boys
asually came back to have buttons
put on, saying it wouldn't hold to-
;ether si ccessfully.
Raincoats Come To Life
Once upon a time (and not so long
Lgo at that), raincoats added a
Dreary touch to weather that wasn't
,xactly in itself an inspiration to any-
one save poets and songwriters. In
Ann Arbor's rainy climate there is
nothing more important than a suit-
able raincoat. You need one to keep
up your spirits.
Undergraduates here have accepted
two new raincoats that are both good
looking and serviceable. One particu-
larly smart model carries a small
check on the outside and a larger one
on the inside - almost a reversible
effect. This coat is made as a bal-
maccan with a short military con-
vertible collar and five leather but-
tons.
White Raincoat Popular
Another coat similar in style and
one that is seen a lot is the whitish
.ne -very light in weight and may
be worn comfortably over a topcoat.
3eing light in weight, it makes a per-
sect summer and warm weather rain-
:oat by itself.
Both of these coats are made with
a tremendous drape to the skirts
which tend to keep the rain off the
feet. Neither is belted and both have
slashed pockets.
Get them with a large enough col-
lar to afford protection, when turned
up, for the back of the neck.

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It won't hrink."
0 Even an Arrow shirt won't save this fallow.
His implicit faith, however, is not unfounded,
for Arrow shirts cannot shrink. They are
sanforized shrunk. If you like oxford cloth-
the Arrow GORDON, with either plain or
button - down collar, will appeal to your
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