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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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The Good Traveler IHas
Vor His Trunks, Cases
By SUE POTTER
There exists upon this earth a
curious class of rugged individuals,
who, having decided to take them-
selves a little jaunt, thereupon jam
a clean handkerchief and a tooth-
brush into their hip pocket and grab
a sleeper 'plane, train or bus for St.
Louis, Kansas City and points west.
However those who find themselves
happily devoid of such gypsy tenden-
cies consider their clothes an impor-
tant item of the trip and spend a
great deal of thought before they
finally get out their glad rags and
stuff them into a steamer trunk.
The salient point to keep in mind
while planning your travel clothing,
is that they should be versatile (No
doubt more a woman's .problem than
a man's), and that they should be
tough. More specifically, let destina-
tion and transportation rule your
choices. A traveler going to any fair-
sized American city has no problem
to face. But let him carelessly throw
together a few things---and later find
himself in a poetic, but primitive
Tahitian love-nest with a suitcase
full of crushed linen suits sadly in
need of some of Jake the Snake's bet
cleaning and pressing activities-and
the wisdom of forethought will strike
° All spring vacation trails lead from
the campus to Bermuda-in fancy if
not in fact. Informality for daytime
wear is the keynote of a Bermuda
cruise. Women can let their imagin-
ations run riot in putting together allI
sorts of unusual play clothes. One
of the more whimsical novelties is a
beach coat that looks exactly like anI
old-fashioned men's nightshirt-onlyt
this '38 version is chopped off smart-
ly at the approximate spot were at
bathing suit ends. All manner ofI
Tyrolean dirndls, shorts-bolero com-
binations and play-suits complete
with peasant scarves are available.1
For deck wear, shirtwaist dresses,
the classic sweater-skirt twosome andI
a couple of the new cardigan knitted
dresses are the thing. For bicyclingt
on the island itself, a culotte tennist
dress girdled with a peasant scarf ist
the best solution. (Vogue says theI
Britishers frown severly upon shorts).
Tweed suits to sail in and a light-
weight cashmere topcoat, or a rever-
sible will take care of the cool days.
Men wear flannel slacks and check-
ered sports coats in their usual in-
formal manner. For evening - a
white dinner coat and black tie.
Some people, no doubt, would relish
a last fling at skiing before the long
summer sets in. Sun Valley, Idaho,
is their dish, and the season lasts un-
til the first of May. The beauty of
this resort is that the skiers do their
uphill climbing in bathing suits, and
only don their woolens for the breezy
flight down. Outdoor bathing in the
warm -pool is another notable lure. So
Sun-Calleyers should take bathing
suits as well as their winter sports
For longer vacations in the sum-
mer, cruises, sojourns at dude
ranches, camping or traveling by
auto are only a few of the ways to
spend the time. Many people prefer
to take a leisurely cruise on a cargo
ship, rather than to go on one of the
faster, more fashionable lines. For
those people, let them take any
clothes they choose, always bearing
in mind that simplicity and durability
are practically the only things that
Well-cut riding breeches andI
sturdy boots are the items to lug along
to a dude ranch. Leave the formal
accoutrements at home--out on the
range, nature is in the raw (figura-
tively speaking) and the more like a
cowboy you look, the better.
After all the fancy catalogues have
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ny extensive travels I have often
asked to tell what I consider
atden spot of the world. Now I
ot 6onceal it any longer. The
'n siot -of the world, the virtual
afor all intelligent travelers is
mmir or.ZLondorn or Sweden, not
Brooklyn-but the Bronx.
o can reach the Bronx withtk a
SFirst, by taking up a ton-
nt position on the north bank of
rattan (another famous spot)
an easily throw the nickel across
arlem River. But the best way
a.ch the Bronx with a nickemi.s
oring it into a slot (be sure to
a string attached) and then
c; the subway which runs over-
in the Bronx.
ou've never been there before
an tell it by fascinating com-
ons of sounds which emerge
the Yankee Stadium. Usually
Lowds are swearing at the De-;
Tigers for taking their own
gr own Hank Greenberg from
Otherwise the idyllic peace of
Bronx is only disturbed by the
t-tat of the machine gun prac-
This is Max Schultz rubbing
En other recalcitrant "customer.",
hear the noise on Sundays it is
hly the local Nazi Buind pre-
ig for Der 5ag.
e Bronx is conveniently locatedE
.way from everything. It's far
zh aiwayv from the burlesque dis-
S hip . Jacobson'sv
s - ir irst.
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' ' Whether you be bound for Biar-
ritz or Bay City, Cairo or the Cat-
skills, the success of your jaunt
will be practically assured by a
Jacobson wardrobe! Be you tra-
vdlling by liner or freight boat,
train or trailer, you'll find the right
"togs for your trip and budget here!
Stalwart travel coats, dresses that
:::":.<:: : f. - :tdapt to man-y occasions and pack
, superbly, versatile accessories.
Let us help ytu plan your ward-
FL ::: trict and just outside of smelling dis-
tance from Brooklyn.
SOME SEA GOING CLOTHES modish but not high-style hat makes
the wearer the epitome of efficiency.
been pawed over, however, the fact Any woman with Paris in her itin- But--a froth of pale pink embroid-
still remains that a good percentage erary won't be much concerned with ered organdy for a blouse, a wild little
of people prefer to motor. Comfor- her clothes before she gets there. hat with a pink-dotted veil tied be-
table clothes are naturally essential She's more likely to wear a burlap hind the head in the best "Gay Nine-
to the traveler's well-being-but for sack over there and save her money ties" manner, and black satin san-
heaven's sake don't let that be taken to pick up a few little things as ad- dals spell feminine lure in any lan-
to mean sloppy get-ups. There is vertised by Vogue. guage and in any setting.
nothing that scares an innocent by- Really good-looking tweed suits and So, choose your clothes for com-
stander,more than to see some woman a clever woman to wear them make pressibility-none of these Winter-
emerge from a car arid appear in all an unbeatable combination. It is un- shelter models 'with enormous crino-
her mishapen glory in knickers,' silk fortunately trite to say that by line skirts-durability, and versatili-
stockings and high-heeled shoes. changing the accessories, a costume ty. And let that be a lesson to you.
Neat, washable cottons or silks, or for sports, business or dress can be Of course, to enter into the thing,
good knits that keep their shape are achieved. But it's true. Sweaters and a parka for Alaska, assorted sarongs
the basic costumes. Dark glasses for scarves, crepe-soled shoes or sturdy for the South Seas and one of those j
eye-comfort and a sprightly bandana brogues and snapbrim hats bring on weird hats with a shaving brush
to keep "vacation-hair" away com- the sportsy side of the picture. Tail- stuck in the ribbon for the Alps.
plete the picture. ored silk blouses, neat oxfords and a should be taken.
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You ng Fancies
For Your Easter and Travel Wardrobe
Most every girl's interest is on herself this season, at least until she has selected her Spring
wardrobe and has dismissed the clothes problem from her mind.
Naturally, she wants to select apparel that will make a big impression when she goes home for Spring vacation,
and keep her on the "best dressed" list when she comes back. And the best way to take care of that problem
is to come to Goodyear's and see the many possibilities our Paris-, New York- and Hollywood-inspired clothes have.
If you can't find just what you're looking for at the College Shop, go to our Downtown Store.
You'll love shopping there because you'll find so many things to tempt you . . . in fact there's
everything a girl could want, from lovely Kalmour evening gowns to Lentheric's exquisite new
i . . wardrobe Suit,
two- or three-piece.
Pastels, plaids, darker
shades . 29.50 to 49:50
8 . . . Fur - trimmed
tweed suit; wool bou-
cle, riubbed wools or
cornflake tweed with
fok or wolf . .. 49.50
7 . . Two-piece ta-
*t ored suit in checked
flannel, tweeds, her-
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Bolero frock in
navy sheer wi t~h ,k .:. A§