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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1937

Kid, Doeskin And Fabric Gloves
Assume New Color Importance

esting than ever. Leather thongs are
used for stitching on backs of gloves,
Hand stitching details take new
twists and turns to add interest to
the practical and staple black, brown
beige and navy kid gloves. One
model of burgandy kid has a large
wooden button as a novelty on the
back of the wrist.
White Predonunates
What is perhaps the most interest-
ing feature of this year's styles is the
predominance of white. In French
kid for dress, in cotton and suede
fabric for sports wear, white can be
worn as an accent to almost any
color costume.

Navy Blue A. dds Dash To New Frocks
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Your Wardrobe
Also Requires
Extra Jewelry

LIGHT COATS WARM
A group of fingertip length top-
pers with bright-colored scarfs in
contrasting colors promise to give ex-
cellent service both on and off cam-
pus this spring. Light in weight and
color, yet warm enough to keep out
the cold, these coats have high shoul-
der lines, ripple backs, -and novelty
slip pockets.

OFF-FACE HAT NEW
An entirely new line, and rather
extreme, is noted in the off-face hat
posed on a bandeau. The effect is
one of lifting the hat still higher,
and it is rather trying to wear, ex-
cept for the very young woman.
Hats of many hues will march in
the Easter parade this year. Black,
navy or brown will lead in quantity.
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Many New Bracelets,
And Necklaces Vie
Place Of Honor

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The woman on the left is wearing a frock of vivid prints on a Navy
background. Her companion has chosen a spirited bolero. Both of these
are in line with the popularity of dark hues for Spring apparel.

ORIGINATING .. .
The Wod's Finest
in FURS

. . SINCE 1904

As, for over three decades . . . so today . . . Zwerdling
enjoys the reputation of making up and selling those
Fine Furs that identify, invariably, the well-dressed wo-
man. One buys here knowing that the price paid is the
true intrinsic value of the fur. Come in without delay
and choose from our wide selection of fashion successes,
in Coats, Capes, Jackets and Neckwear at greatly reduced

Newest Spring
Styles Feature
Ballerina Coats
Ballet Russe costumes provided in-
spiration for the bewitchingly new
Ballerina coats. From the top of
the wide jaunty shoulders tothe hem
of the ever-so-full swing skirt, it is
delightfully different.
Fashioned of angora shetland, the
coat has very full fluffed sleeves, a
pencil-thin waistline, and a wide all-
around gored skirt. The narrow col-
lar turns down, and the closings are
novelty leather slots. It has a very
wide leather belt. Navy, beige, lea-
ther, rose and black are the colors
in which this model is made.
Ballerina Bretons to match the
coats may be purchased. These pert
straw hats have upturned brims and
are trimmed with gros grain ribbon,
tied in large bows in back.
Schiaparelli fashioned a chic model
with a high, collarless neckline, full
sleeves set in high on the shoulders,
small pockets near the top, and
lengthwise slit pockets below the
waistline. A narrow leather belt en-
circles the waist.

Varied Hues Shown
By JENNY PETERSON
Just as you can't possibly appear
on Easter morning in your winter
coat and last year's bonnet, so is it
impossible to complete your spring
ensemble with the costume jewelry of
a past season. You will be out of the
picture altogether if you don't have
a new jewelry wardrobe too.
Rainbow colors are not restricted
only to articles of apparel this spring,
for the newest feature about jewelry
is its multi-colored quality. Bracelets,
pins-especially in pairs-and ear-
rings will not be modest and self-
effacing, for their shades will dazzle
the eye. Red especially will be "de
rigueur." On a simple beige sweat-
er, an oblong pin of ruby red stones
fastening a paisley scarf would be
ultra-smart.
Gold Eclipsing Pearls
Gold, in pins and necklaces, is
gradually eclipsing pearls as a sweat-
er accent, although pearls will still
be good for dress-up occasions. Four
flat strands of gold are rich-looking
on single sweaters and knitted suits.
The delicate filigree work that is now
being shown in gold in New York is a
pleasant echo of the past and will be
worn both on sweaters and plain col-
ored dresses as crosses or medallions.
For bracelets an innovation this
-eason is zircon, a stone rather like
the aquamarine but a little deeper in
color. One attractive piece of jewelry
is a wide band of gold set with these
stones, that very much resembles the
wrist bands worn by old Roman
slaves. This bracelet is doubly de-
sirable because its material is the new
diri-gold, a substance that is non-
tarnishable.
Of mounting importance for spring
and early summer are the tricky lit-
tle charm bracelets that beguile away
many a dull class. Fantastic gadgets
comes both in inexpensive silver and
in solid gold for those people who
are willing to carry around hundreds
of dollars on their wrists. Some of
the newest charms are a movable pair
of diminutive scissors, a lawn-roller
that really works, riding boots and a
baby grand piano.
Money Tube
Another slightly crazy gadget is a
"mad money" tube that has a tightly
folded dollar bill in it and a glass
top. If your date doesn't come up to
expectations or suddenly runs out of
money, you simply break the glass
and take out the bill. The tube can
be sent back to the company for a
new dollar and resealing.
Tiny culture seed pearls that are
manufactured by a busy little oyster
in seven years, make flattering ac-
cents. One large pin, pins, by the
way, are superceding clips, is formed
of the seed pearls in many concentric
circles. Earrings match the bracelet.
No new compacts are appearing
this season in round shapes; the new
trend is for square lines. Diri-gold
fashions a handy little compact that
is exactly two inches square. Most of
the compacts are plain.
Sweaters Are Cut
On Tailored Lines
That college classic, the sweater,
will be more important than ever
this spring as a complement to the
newest skirts, with their swing styles
and gaudy plaids.
With the exception of the Tyrolean
style, the latest sweaters are cut
along simple, tailored lines, with their
style value lying in their lovely color-
ings and the fine quality of their
yarns, rather than the intricacy of
their design.
A fitting topping to a colorful
skirt is the plain white sweater, eith-
er long sleeved or short, and of coat
or slip-onstyle. Stylists show a strik-
ing one in a simple basket weave,

with two long panels of ribbing that
start from the waist band and end
in narrow ribbed pockets.

In the Spring a co-ed's fancy, swiftly turns
to thoughts of . . . brand new clothes!
And what could be more natural?

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SHE WANTS a smart suit, either a three-
piece topcoat affair, a British reefer suit,
or a two-piece man-tailored suit.
SHE WANTS a good-looking topcoat of
one of those new camel hairs, untrimmed
or with fur.
SHE WANTS a soft angora or cashmere
knitted dress in a bright flower shade,
which she can vary with neckerchiefs,
rhinestone pins or clips, with gold or
pearl beads.
SHE WANTS a dressy dress for dates,
teas, concerts and other "un-tailored"
affairs. It can be printed, or plain navy,
or pastel, with touches of white or colour.
SHE WANTS a truly stunning formal,
one whicfh will suit her type, either
sophisticated or ingenue . . . one in a
slinky crepe or heavy sheer, or a delicate
chiffon or net.
At Goodyear's College Shop on the Campus, and Goodyear's
Downtown Store on Main Street, she will find all of these
lovely new clothes, plus shoes, hats, accessories, new cos-
metics and perfumes. Start your shopping early!
GOODY EAR'S
DOWNTOWN STORE and COLLEGE SHOPS

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MAKE GOOD SUBSTITUTE
Sweaters, substituted for blouses,
make a. country suit of the city suit,
and may add lovely color interest
when chosen in high pastels. Fine
sweaters with a hand-knit look, may
be worn in soft tones

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HATS for eYilady
Nothing pays so pretty a compliment to a lovely
lady as a charming hat. It is expressive of her taste
and sets the tone of her whole dress.
Whether in flattering straws or chic felt, we have

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