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___THE MICHIGAN DAILY

aincoats This Year Have British Origin

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Newest Styles i
Forsake Weight
Brown, Green Anti Gray
To Dominate
. The purchaser of a raincoat this
spring will be swamped with models
of a distinct British, origin, which
forsake weight and warmth for a
more basic protection against the
heavenly outbursts.
After the extreme models did not
fare so well last season, the emphasis
is being placed on styes with a great-
er consumer appeal.
The fabrics willDbe much the same
as of last season, with worsted and
cotton gabardines in the- higher
prices. For the reversible, processed
cotton fabrics, and specially-treated
tweeds should find great favor on
this campus
Again, in the light-weight styles,
cotton twills in all models will be
worn buttoning through the fly-front.
A distinct novelty in raincoats will
be the featherweight silk in gray,
tan and green, which, when not in
use, can be folded up so as to fit into
a man's pocket.
If a prediction can be made, the
fly-front raglan in Hurricane cloth
will be a leader this spring. Other
styles *hich should be popular are
toe oiled silk in the coacher model,
the gabardine Trench models and
the worsted gabardines, also in the
raglan model.
The colors ,save in the worsted gab-
ardines, will not change, varied with
brown, green and gray dominant. .
Handkerchiefs
In New Colors
For Ensemble
They say a flower in the button-
hole takes 10 years off a man's life,
and it is almost equally true that a
good looking handkerchief in the
breast pocket will fulfill the same
function.
Handkerchiefs may be of cotton,
linen or silk. In the group below
4s shown a silk handkerchief with a

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What To Wear Or Not To Wear 'Popular Pipes
When Going Out Of An Evening HoldSpotlight

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of heavier material than the patentt
leathers, thus affording the 'man;
protection from his 'partner.
As to the evening clothes them-4
selves, not much leeway is allowed.
From the early co n:al period not
much change has been noted in full
dress, and any departure from the
accepted white tie, vest and tailcoat1
is looked on as boorish. The out-
look in dinner jackets is much
r ~brighter, however. The double-j
breasted jacket now populardallows
a bosom 'front shirt which bears a
much 'less marked resemblance to ar
straight jacket than did its prede-r
cessor, the old "boiled" shirt. Thet
wing collar is being replaced by a
turn down collar which is much1
easier on the wearer's temper and)
Adam's apple.
That's about all of the observer'sI
anlaysis of the evening clothes sit-
uation except this: though stylest
may change through the years, there
always will be one essential for a
paisley design around the border. Thei RAIN COATS ARE BACK
middle handkerchief in 'he group is Although raincoats have largely
of sheer linen and has a multiple been discarded of late for autumn
stripe design. and winter wear in favor of the ,je-
At the bottom of the group is a versible, it is believed that they will
block print silk in an interesting new return strongly this spring, what
motif. Handkerchiefs can either har- with the fashionable styling offered,
monize or contrast with the tie, the supplemented 'by an assortment of
shirt or the suit. attractive fabrics.
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complete evening in Ann Arbor, with- New
out which no man can get along.
namely, a well-upholstered pocket- S
book.
The

Styles In Cam
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We are here- concerned with

'Blend,' Instead Of
'Roll' Your Own
It has long been the preference of
connoisseurs of pipe tobacco to blend
their own, smoking mixtures. Un-
fortunately, many men have to con-
tent themselves with blending recog-
nized brands which come already
mixed.
The basic tobaccos from which
the blends are made by the great to-
bacco companies are often difficult to
find outside of large cities, but a far-
sighted concern has placed on the
market a kit which contains, an as-
sortment of these basic tobaccos so
that the customer can experiment
and produce his own mixtures.

pipes.

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the second.
In general, iV might be said that;
the average college man would rather
spend tlh:ee dollars and have three
pipes than to invest his whole for-
tune in one super-elegant job. Al-
though it is quite proper to have a
change of pipes so that they each
may get a chance to dry completely,
we are inclined to believe that is
mire a result of applied economy
than of a knowledge of the inherent
nature of pipes.
Pipes have long been associated
with the college man. Again a ques-
tion of economy, it being cheaper to
support a pipe with a weekly capi of
"makin's" than to support the cig-
aret ads with daily purchases. Then
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