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'AGE SIXTEEM T

rTHE MICIGCAN DAILTY

TUESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1939

Fashion Points
To Comfort In
Football .arb
Ann Arbor Days Demand.
Fortification A g a i n s t
Rain, Sun, Cold
Hand Knits Favored
Fur Coats Should Provide
Ample Insurance Against
Cold Winds
By BARBARA LOVELL
Only a few more days are left be-
fore the first football game with its
attendant bands, cheers and milling
crowds,. occurs. To enjoy the game
in comfort is largely a matter of
careful dressing and if one's plans
include a tea or celebration of some
sort afterwards, the selection of
clothes becomes doubly important.
Since the first game is usually
played in ridiculously warm weather,
it is well to choose a smartly simple
wool or knitted dress to be worn
with your knockabout camel hair
coat, which, incidentally, you will
probably shed before the half. The
two-piece knits with a handmade
appearance are better than ever this
year. A classic model which is beau-
tifully tailored but not too severe
comes in a variety of colors. The
wool has a rough look but the effect
is softened by ties at the neck and
waist and such dressmaker details
as tucks and a row of tiny buttons
down the front of the blouse.
Feathers Woven In Wool
The new princess silhouette is
exemplified in a well-cut dress of a
new wool which boasts ostrich fea-
thers in the weave to make it look
light and warm. A little bolero jacket
fits under the flattering Directoire
collar. A shirtwaist style of the same
material is novelized by gathered
shoulders, tiny covered buttons and
a velvet ascot plunged into the high
neck,
Camel hair, the season's favorite
coat fabric, comes in beautiful glow-
ing colors such as soft green, a nice
subdued dubonnet and'a lovely warm
rich toast which pleads to be teamed
with the yellow of chrysanthemums.
If you choose a tweed coat and skirt
your coat will probably be a fitted
reefer style.
As for hats, one of the primary
factors to be considered is whether
or not your choice will blow off at a
crucial moment and whether you
will -be compelled to clutch it at
every gust of wind throughout the
game. A securely fitting felt pork-
pie with a softly upturned brim and
a tiny gay feather in its band is more
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Knit Your Own'IsTheme Song
As Co-Eds Rush For New Yarn

Brilliant Autumn Colors
Popular For That First
Knitted Suit
By DOROTHEA STAEBLER
The continued popularity of knitted,
dresses makes it possible to achieve
variety and color in the college ward-
robe.
At the beginning of the school year,
knits will be worn for all occasions.
There is nothing more popular or
suitable for the classroom than sweat-
ers and skirts or all-knit dresses.
All the yarn companies have re-
cently issued their fall styles. It is
evident that the chic new styles will
insure the stay of hand-knits. Bright
shades for fall, dark ones for winter
and pastels for spring complete the
year's wardrobe.
The military trend is reflected in
a hand-knit dress of a dark color.
The whole outfit is donee in stocking-
net stitch. The jacket is bordered
with a contrasting stitch and zips up
the front. Four frogs of a contrasting
color add the finishing touch to the
outfit.
Knitted Suits Popular
Knitted suits vie with those of
tweeds in style and line. One made
entirely on diagonal lines has a con-
trasting blouse and a jacket with
diagonal ribs throughout. A coat
style made with a narrow ridge and
sport kick pleats, has a wide leather
belt and wooden buttons. A bright1
scarf and handkerchief add a bit of
color.
Pleats are proving as popular in
knits as in woolens. A shirtwaist
dress with action pleats in front and
back has a yolk and collar of a dif-
ferent stitch. Leather buttons and
belt of a harmonizing color may be
worn.
The newest knit coat has all the
latest fashion details. Swing back,
large sleeves and tailored collar are
all included in its style.
Belts And Bows Featured
Looking ahead, a short-sieeved
dress for early spring is jauntily set
off with a huge bow tied through
equally huge bone rings. A wide
suede belt matches the bow and sets
off the dress which has a tricky
ribbing in both skirt and blouse.
A nubby yarn dress has a diagonal
cut to the blouse. The collar and
sleeves are bordered in a bright color
with a matching belt. For the am-
bitious knitter a coat also accom-
panies the demure dress.
A two-piece dress with a ribbed
panel down the front of the skirt has
a jacket made with the ribs. The
raglan sleeves and belt are of a dif-
ferent color and a scarf which pulls
through a bone ring matches the'
sleeves.
Sweaters are a great help in a col-

Contradicting
Styles Seen In
Hats For Fall
Contractions seem to be the key-
note for fall's latest creations in hats.
High crowns, flat crowns, brims
chopped off in front, back or side,
berets which may be worn anyway,
turbans and off-the-face hats in a
deluge of delightful colors confront
the prospective buyer.
Newest among these is the high
crown which is flattering and a bit
breath-taking. Possibilities with these
hats are endless. Creases and peaks
appear with ribbons, feathers and
veils.
Tailored ensembles are best suited
to the mannish hats which dip over
the eye. With a double-breasted two-
piece suit, a wide-brimmed medium-
high hat has a contrasting band, and
a crease similar to a man's hat. To
go with a coat of tweed with wide
reveres, a modified postillion hal
which dips front and back has a
matching hat band.
Fashion has taken comfort intc
consideration as well as height. On a
high-crowned hat, the brim juts out
in front, but becomes a mere noth-
ing in back, lying fiat against thC
head. A large fur collar will not push
this hat out of place.
Also for comfort, one can find
small turbans which are easy to dance
in.

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Proves 1lattering
For New Coiffures'
New and different coiffures have
a perennial attraction for the beauty-
conscious woman. She likes to ex-
periment with them in the hope of
improving her appearance. But no
elaborate hairdress can flatter if the
hair itself is not in good condition.

Pompadour Effect

New Hose Shades
Emphasize Copper
Bronzy, coppery shades in hosiery
detain their popularity of last spring
and are appearing this season with.
autumn leaf colors. These shades
demonstrated their effectiveness a
few months ago with Easter en-
sembles and they are now bidding
fair to predominate in the fall field,
too.

Handkerchiefs for evening wear
are given much attention this fall.
They are huge filmy affairs of chif-
fon in black, pale pink.or roseate
shades, and are often tucked in
bracelets or rings. Many use feath-
er border trim to add to their grace-
fulness.
greens. Candy colors ,lave invaded
the hosiery color chart for fudge,
caramel and butterscotch are recom-
mended for brown, black, green and
rust.
Evening hose have not yet adopted
copper tones, for light flesh shades
and beige are still best for formal
gowns and slippers.

HANKIES FOR EVENING

Therefore the first step toward new Intriguing new names label these
hair beauty is a good shampoo, fol- 1 exciting hosiery tones. Pottery rust
lowed by vigorous brushing. A good is worn with blue greens, gray, navy,
permanent is another essential if one and black. Pepper Pot complements
is not blessed with that gift of the chaudron and coppery tones and
gods, naturally curly locks. copper kettle accents gray and darker
One of the more revolutionary
hair-do's features a part far back on
the head, with the front hair turned l

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lege wardrobe and there are so many
clever styles to knit that no one can
help but attempt at least one. A
sweater with that classic crew neck
is an excellent start for beginners.
Many companies advertise making
the skirts for a small sum if the
buyer secures enough yarn for both
the sweater and skirt. This should
be a great boon to those who imagine
a whole outfit to be an endless job.
You can now purchase yarn that
is very similar to that used in Brooks
sweaters. The price of these may
be prohibitive but it is cut in half
if you make it yourself.
Life is a dormitory or sorority is no
longer natural without the ceaseless
accompaniment of clicking knitting
needles as college woman continue to
vote unanimously for hand-knit..-
vote unanimously for hand-knit
dresses and sweaters as the most
popular campus outfit. Every year
more and more women are converted
to the cause and begin their first
sweater, taking on that "Madame
DeFarge" look as they struggle over
the intricacies of their pattern.

under in a pompadour effect. At-
tention this season is centered on
smooth flowing lines, so a part all
the way back, with a roll from
temples to ears would win favor.
For evening wear, tiny ostrich
feathers and narrow ribbons held
back with jewelled clips would mnake
even last year's coiffure look original.
Flowers, both fresh and artificial,
add to the loveliness of formal toil-
ettes. On the adventurous soul pos-
sessing raven tresses, lacquered curls
might be striking. However, it would
be the very exceptional woman who
could carry this off effectively.
In all hair arrangments one should
strive for neatness, for straggling
locks are the foe of any attempt, no
matter how elaborate.

DIAMONDS

WATCHES

SILVERWARE

HALLER' S
JEWELRY STORE
Watch Repairing Jewelry Repairing
We feature American-iade Watches-
ELGIN and HAMILTON
235 SOUTH STATE STREET, AT LIBERTY

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MARY HUTZEL
eX'aker of GOWNS
SUITS and COATS
For All Occasions
Remodeling and Alterations
Phone 3468
506 EAST LIBERTY

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cgan Instuon
It's an old Michigan Custom for
Michigan Men and Women to Migrate to
the Home of Quality, Price, and Value!
We Have Served /ichigan and

1s Seen in
Vogue-
A suit of "Super-Lus-
tratone" [right] fea-
tures broad lapels, a
long coat that's jaun-
tily belted. In Copper
or Gold.
$35-00
The Super-Lustratone
makes this coat [cen-
ter] an immediate suc-
cess. Wide lapel to fas-
ten about the throat.
Belted to add to its
snappy smartness. In
Grey.
$35.00
Tailored of Super-
Lustratone with novel
cut lapels that instant-
ly suggest this a coat
for sports wear. In
Black and in Rust.
$35-00
Exclusive with
GOODYEAR'S
in Ann Arbor.

ttM1chgan

-o Alin Arbor

Her Students for 51 Years

And Goodyear's

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Established

1888

Featuring Complete Departments in

DRUGS

- KODAKS

- PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES

FOUNTAIN SERVICE

- PIPES

TOBACCO and

C IGARETTES
Take a tip from the upperclassmen who
make our State Street Store their headquar-
ters. Drop in for that "refreshing pause"

N INSEPARABLE ASSOCIATION of these three goes on year after year, because smart
and practical apparel for campus and town wear comes from Goodyear's. The clothes to go
to class in - to travel in - t-o shop in - to date in - and to dance in - as always, are here in
grand assortments of up-to-the-minute fashions.
Friendly tweeds, gloriously soft woolens, velvets and crepes; gleaming satins and sparkling lames;

these are but some of the fabrics from which these fashions are made.

They're at their Co-ed

while in the midst of Orientation

Week

activities.

You're always welcome!

Calkins-Fletcher
Our Stores are Located

best in Goodyear's College Shop, on the Campus, and in the apparel shop of the Downtown Store.
All that you could wish, for in dress accessories, footwear, millinery, lingerie and toiletries to complete
your fall and winter ensembles in perfect harmony is here. And you'll find Goodyear's a pleasant
place to shop in; you'll always get the same courteous attention and service as in your own "at-
home" store.
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