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1936

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAEEL

1936- --------

Presenting Two Representative College Men

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Three Kinds Of Hats

That Are

Tops

Semi-Tyrolean, Homburg and also promotes the jaunty effect
AeElpe ByPplrof the hat.!
Are Eclipsed By Popular I Inthe upper right-hand corner is
Snap-Brirm H iat shown the homburg hat. The orig-
inal homburg hat was introduced by
For many seasons there was no Edward VII, grandfather of the pres-
ent King of England. In its modi-
°lear demarcation between the town fled version, it makes an ideal town
.id ;OQlmtry type of clothing. Men hat in grey, brown or black. Both'
vere in the habit of choosing a hat black or midnight blue hornburgs
>r suit without consideration for a are suitable for evening wear with
noment whether they planned to the dinner jacket.
,ear it for business or in the coun- Semi-Tyrolcan Popular
ry. The most striking trend in re- In the lower left-hand corner is
.ent years is toward the specializa- shown the semi-tyrolean hat for
on of clothing. country wear. This hat, usually
made in rough finished felts, may be
The effert of this trend in Ann wosrn with a tweed or cord band and
boi is not m-ucn however, for the , lh a. r

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S'k' o 1's ' Lhat a busness man
.uid Lave mat :h w th a paddock
n un ing lcdge fit v ils easy felici-1
:.de uio a clusroom or sorority
rawing room. ihe laxity is virtually
iniversal in Ann Arbor, ranging from1
he thickest of soles to the brims of1
hats.
Homburg Still "1n"'
As an example of the latter, here isc
in iflustsraticn of three hats, each ofs
rhi°h may be worn under diverse
onditions. This is true but in a
lesser degree of the Homburg only.
-"heh it is in grey or brown, not black
or midnight blue. Of the hat in the
lower right hand corner it may be
,aid that it is the ideal hat for any
ellege man. This is particularly true
f it has a black band which will make
t a fitting companion to brown
.lathes as well as blue and grey
clothes.
'Ihog txhe adhition of the black
nrd wa deasried as something that
could b iarmonious, the combinia-
ion is pleasing and in re:ent years
has been carried even further. Black
shoes with brown clothes, something
that was unheard of in the men s
tashien heirarchy two years ago is
ooW readily countenanced.
Recent Development
This combination of black and
brown is effectively pursued in the
case of the brim which is also either
dark brown or black. This idea has
been shown favor this year with the
decline of raw-brimmed hats.
The feather in the semi-tyrolean
is a contrasting color efect that aeds
;o the osir cf these heather mixtures.

cisuaiiy has a --manfeam er decor a-
i:n. It is not as extreme as the
-riginai tyrolean and has found great
favor among well-dressed men.
In the lower right-hand corner iv
she smartest shape of the popular
snap-brim hat. This year's model
has a slightly lower crown as illu-
strated above and the majority of
these hats carry welt edges. In
dark brown, they are particularly
smart with a black band.
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Studied Carelessness Popular

semble, for they have a wide range
of adaptability and can be worn with
good results in combinations of blue

d'...y b d A. $ '" }:

Michigan men have, since time im-
memorial, always preferred comfort--
able clothing. Witness the apparent-
ly sempiternal brown- or black-and-
white-saddle shoe; the affection for
white sweat socks that require no.
garters; and the loose-fitting bal-
macan coat. They often sacrifice
ev-n the pretention of a presentable
appearance in order to achieve this
comfort.: Nowadays, they are able
to dress as casually as ever-at the
same time maintaining a smart ap-
pearance.
Above are shown two typical uni-
versity figures and the type of cloth-
Modern Man's Gifts
Are In Useful Boxes,
Up-to-date manufacturers have
made available on the market today
a number of smart packages which
contain their merchandise, and these
packages may be used after the gifts
are removed.
Theremare shown three types of
such packages. Topmost of the group
is a pair of suspenders which come

ing favored at the Eastern colleges and grey or brown and grey as shown
The young man on the left is wearing here. They are pleated in the front

the new type of trench coat made in
a heavy weight cravenetted cotton
ar worsted gaberdine. The lapels are
:f Peruvian Alpaca and the coat has
a partial lining of the same ma-
teri al.
The other figure is in a Shetland
dd jacket in the popular bold her-
ingbone pattern with eight inch side
vents. He wears a cable stith V-
leck sweater with club stripes at the
ieck line, a club striped tie and a but-
ton-down white oxford collar. Me-
dium grey slacks complete the en-
n a good-lock ng tie holder. The
c 1I3cder may be used either at home
:i when traveling and keeps the ties
n good condition. Below it is shown
solidly mate stirrup iron. Into
h: iron fits a black bakelite box
vbiai is designed tc hold c garettea.
uis smart accessory comes contain-
nL a goad-looking lea'her belt.
The last cf the three is a sma<
.nodern box which. contains a pai
of oarters

-Copyright 1936 Esquire, Inc.
-Copyright 1936, Esquire. Inc.
Patterned Overcoats Popular
Patterned overcoats are increas-
ing in popularity. Above are showr
three of the most popular patterns
The uppermost is a bold Glen Urqu-
hart plaid in a plain black and white

P VAN BOVEN'S
for those
Important
I GIFTS
$2.50 to $5.00

NECKWEAR

... .$1.00 to $3.50

SLIPPERS

.

SHIRTS .........$2.50 to $5.00

HANDKERCHIEFS

50c to $2.50

HOSE .
GLOVES
ROBES.

... 65c to $3.00
$2.50 to $10.00
$9.75 to $27.50

SWEATERS . .$3.50 to $15.00
SPORT SHIRTS $5.00 to $10.00
SKI EQUIPMENT ..$1.00 upward
GALE CLOTH COATS.
$8.50 to $12.50
Wail Your Gifts

We Box, Wrap, and]

--Ump- Namk -O..Np - "MONO-WAl- .O-Mlft .41M.W.

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