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September 22, 1936 - Image 19

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The Michigan Daily, 1936-09-22

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Men's Fashions Begin Retreat
From Recent Radical Excesses
Bellows Pleat, Outlandish and comfort to be specific, are in the
Plaids Out; Simplictiy The old bellows pleat which extend-
In Design Return ed from the shoulders to the waist
has given way to the new gusset
Bshoulder. This new feature, while
By CLAYTON HEPLER . loingtesm muto r
Way down east, where the sun rises dlowing the same amount of free-
jus alitlebitealir ad he hilydom, has taken the bulge away and
just a little bit earlier and the chilly put in its place an insert that ex-
days begin just a little bit sooner, tends downward only eight or nine
men's suiting is appearing in a more inches. This coat style has been fur-
subdued mood after its high, wide ther glorified by the addition of two
and handsome fling in color and side vents for the hands-in-the-
style, pocket men who still wish to keep
The trend this fall is definitely to- their suits looking in the best of
ward models that followthe natural shape. Although the single vent in e H ave advance -Tobw
body lines. There's a sense of casual the back is still being shown, its
ease without any bagginess that gives popularity will not reach that of its
real comfort in every detail of the successor because of that fact alone We have worked hard this Summer to
suits. Nowhere is this more pro-
nounced than in the double-breasted
model ,which is expected to account (Our Specity) at lowest possible price
for more than half the sales this
fall States. Also NEW BOOKS for those wh
Double-Breasted's Best
The new double-breasted is a semi- MATHEMATICS, CHEMISTRY, PHYS
drape model, not the old drape with
its unsightly bulges, but an entirely OGY, EDUCATION, ECONOMICS, etc.
new one of different design. Fea-
tures of this new cut are in the collar The fall topcoats are again coming
line which is lower than that of prev- in in the raglan style, which bids
ious years and will show more of fair to becoming as much of a cam-
the collar. Another comfort giving pus institution as the omnipresent
detail is found in the longer cut jacket polo coat which is making a strong
on which the buttons are placed comeback showing in eastern gath--
lower. It has been so tailored that erings. Cut with sloping arms and
the lapels, which are slightly wider, a short full skirt, many of the raalans
can be worn with only the lower but- are featuring the military collars
ton fastened in the Duke of Kent which make the coat ideal for really fore tu
style, or with the upper button cold weather which is just a bit prev-
hooked and a soft break tailored in ious to the bitter winters that Ann
at the waistline to give a broad- Arbor always summons for its stu- NOTEBOOKS . 5c to
shouldered effect. dent residents.
Trousers to the suit will again be, Accessories to the chassis of Mr.
full around the hips with pleats in 1936 Student show gradual style 500 GE N U I N E L EAT H FR Z I PP ER
the front still retaining their flavor. changes in shirts and hats that have NOTEBOOKS $.25 a
The legs will be cut down to an 18 been about a year coming.
to 20 inch cuff that will depend Shirts Turn Darker LAUNDRY CASES.ALL P
upon the size of him who buys and Although not showing themselves .........
to his personal tastes. to be popular in their first appear-
Polychrom Stripes Good ance on this campus, solid color shirts FOUNTAIN PENS . . . . . . $1.00 to a
Polychromatic stripes will be the with white collar and cuffs are due
last word in' dress suits this year, for a big play this season. This DESK LAMPS
taking the lead in the back to sim- style lends itself well to semi-formal
plicity movement that is encroaching occasions when a dress suit is worn STATIONERY Priced to fit an
on the large over plaids and flagrant in preference to white tie formals.
patterns that have been flaunted on Checks and plaids, window-pane PENCILS INK EXPENSE B
the campus during the last two or squares and double over-checks are . - N . . E
three years. Plain and distinct again on the list in the newer and
stripes are favored, not the murky more brilliant hues for everyday wear. MICHIGAN PENNANTS, BANNER
and indistinct chalk stripe, but the One new style has borrowed the her-
pin stripe and the quarter inch stripe ringbone weave from the suits of
are the ranking favorites for those last year and combined it with a
who demnd a pattern in their cloth. white stripe on a background of
Plain colors in dark oxford gray and brown. Buttondown collars are repui-
browns will be seen more than ever site in this type of shirt, wide-spread
in this renaissance of simplicity. collars becoming rapidly passe.
While swing has taken the nation's It has been predicted that 85 per
universities by storm at all their cent of the hats worn this fall will
dances, the opposite holds true in be of the snap brim variety, and
backs for sports jackets and knock- judging from previous Michigan years
about suits this year. The bi-swing 'it will be nearer 95 per cent on this
and the swing back have all wended campus. Main features of the new
their way toward the exit gate, and 'snaps are the wider brims and the Because of the large amount of
the more subdued backs that still lower crown. A bound edge worn "off
serve the primary purpose for which the face" is likely to be the favorite these supplies used in Ann Arbor
they were intended, greater freedom here.
we buy in huge quantities and

personality styles
r o A SH IO N S you'll w ear
with pride and distinc-
tion. Smart picker-uppers
for wardrobes that have
developed "between sea-
son" doldrums. At the
opening of the fall sea-
son the greatest collec-
tion of coats, suits
dresses and accessories
especially outstanding in
style, quality, and price.

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