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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DEC. 3, 19~36

Timely Gifts Offered Far The Practical Man

New Shirt Models English Prefer Scarf
Will Be Popular To Keep Colds Away
Abeve are shown three shirts in At the English umversities it is
models diestined to be popular this A nsh tises mti
winter. The uppermost of the three is a common sight to see young men
in solid blue and carries a in the middle of the winter clad in
pleated bossom and white starched country suits and wearing a heavy
French fold cuffs. This shirt is a ,ullover and a very long muffler
neckband model and with it is worn wound two or three times about the
_-hite starched collar and wine satin
tie. (The wine satin tie received great necc. This attire is found very sat-
favor in London this season.) A small isfactry because the muffler pro-
anialfigrestckpn n gldisworn tects the chest and neck and thus
animal figure stickpin in gold is w reduces the possibilities of catching
with this cold.
This shirt is definitely snooty and Though English in origin, this
to keep in step with Ann Arbor's un- should not prove prohibitive to this
written laws of dress should not be noudo whvehhiitieady this
worn to class or upon similarly infor- notion which has already been
___________________________-espoused by several foreseeing State
Street "frat club" men. With space
as scarce as it is in many of our
classes the adoption of this method
:of keeping warm would dispense with

KEEPS TIES DOWN local men's clothing store has corn- sible to slip the small end thru this.
Labels on neckties are construed bined utility with advertising by The effect is that the tie lies much
by many as purely advertising but a placing the label on the back of the neater and does not spread apart.
large part of the tie making it pos-
i .

NEW

STY

L E S

FIRST AT WILD'S

PWILDf

the problem of what to do with one's
coat. Since men can't worm out
of their Burberry while seated in
clas; and remain sitting "in" it as
the women do, perhaps this is the
male solution to this crux.
Water-Proofed
Shoes Excellent
For Sportsman
Whether you indulge in active win-
ter sports or merely like to tramp
through the snow, there is nothing
more essential to your' comfort in,
these recreations than a good pair
of water-proofed shoes. If you dol
not possess a pair of specially con-
structed shoes for this purpose, an
ideal, method of waterproofing is to
take a pair of heavy country shoes
which are solidly made and cover
them thoroughly with waterproofing
oil. Standing the shoes for a day or
two in a shallow pan of oil which
covers about one half of the soles is
another method of thoroughly im-
pregnating them and making them
water resistant. Of course, the use
of a waterproofing oil on leather
makes it, impossible to get a satis-
factory shine on the leather, so this
treatment should be resrved for shoes
which are intended for nothing but
rough country wear. For those who
plan purchasing special shoes for
snow and wet weather, there is on
the market a variety of waterproofed
shoes which are so designed and con-
structed that they resist water with-
out in any way affecting the leather
to such an extent that they cannot
be polished.

GIFTS
for a Geintlenan's Christmnas
Come .to Wild's for complete gift assortments and
styles shown by ESQUIRE.
Buying your gifts from WILD & COMPANY is like
taking out a bit of insurance that your men's gifts
will be really welcome.

Shown here are a mixed selection
of gifts which have proved most
welcome to most men. In the group
are three tobacco pouches; one of
striped leather, one of hound's tooth
check tweed with a zipper fastener;
and one with striped silk. All are
oil skin lined.
The first of the group of three
pipes is in a smart conventional
shape favored by many pipe smokers.
The second has a long briar shank
and a short stem mouth piece. The
third pipe is the church warden
variety, ideal for home use: Its
long stem ;assures a cool, comfortable
smoke.
Below this group is shown an elec-
tric shaving razor. These razors re-
.quire not lather or soap, and carry
no blades which need to be replaced.
They work on either A.C. or D.C.
current and their many advantaes
make ,them a , excellent gift.
Alongside of the shaver is shown
one of the well made and highly
efficient small cameras so popular

mat occasions. The stick pin is like-
wise extremely "smoothie" for the
every day occasions for which most
of us dress.
The middle shirt is a white madras
collar attached model with French
cuffs, and is suitable for either town
or country wear. With it is shown a
cashmere tie, having large spaced fig-
ures of a pattern frequently found in
foulards.
The third shirt is an English striped
broadcloth model. Small stripes are
set close together at wide intervals
and achieve a smart and interesting
effect. The collar on this shirt is the
new London lounge model which has
longer points than the usual one
worn in recent years. This new model
contributes much to the appearance

WILD.

&

COMPANY

STATE STREET ON THE CAMPUS

-Copyright 1936, Esquire, Inc.
today. This camera takes a great
number of tiny pictures on one film
at very low cost. Thel high crafts-
manship and splendid haterials em-
ployed in the camera make it possible
to enlarge a tiny negative without
any loss of clarity of detail.

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Make this a
SPORTING Christmas

Here are a few

suggestions

A

SKI SUITS and Accessories for
the big skiing season coming soon
- -skiis, boots, skii poles.
GOLF CLUBS are always excel-

wA

lent gifts.

We carry every fav-

orite make.

,-,.
e

TENNIS

RACQUETS

of the

most popular makes. A-gift that
will be appreciated by any tennis
fan.

TOBOGGANS

made of the

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sturdiest materials for the skiing
enthusiast.

t
d

MITTEN and SCARF SETS for
the sporting woman. Colorful
and made of wool knit.

1

ICE SKATES are always a fav-
orite Christmas gift. Any win-
ter sports fan will appreciate this
gift.

'V

* * *irH
Winter Sports Call For Heavy W ools

Nichols Arboretum takes on new
significance after the first snowfall in
Ann Arbor. for it is the Mecca of

pipe, is wearing a tweed knicker suit
in a herringbone pattern. With this
he wears a pair of heavy wool stock-

stout ski boots are essential and
the double-breasted coat has lapels
which can be buttoned up to the chin.

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