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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DEC. 3, 1937

Frigid Temperatures Plus Winte
Call For Specially Heavy

r Sport 'Dandy Period' Girls, You Can't Miss On These Gifts
Woolens Boasts Others For Boy Friend's Christmas Morni
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A Mania For Single Color
In Clothes, Accessories
Was One_'Dandy' Oddity
Colonel Kelly Famedj
While the name of eau Brummel

Pipes, Tobacco Pouches
Always In Favor With
i1lascirne Population
By FRANCES CARNEY
and HILDA OTIS
Here are a group of gifts that should
prove popular with most any man.
If he smokes, and he probably does

is familiar to mosi of us these days there are pipes and tobacco pouches
the names of many of his contem- as a variation from the inevitable
noiaries are no longer recognized. lighter that doesn't usually work any-
Many of them were extremely pic- way. If he doesn't smoke, make it an
turesque figures and all observed a electric razor. (If he doesn't shave,
sartorial standard higher than any you probably won't want to keep up
supported nowadays. an acquaintance anway).
The pipes are familiarly known on
of the foot guards. "Kelly was the campus as Geology 12 (top: smart
oftefont guars. ellyr wa te conventional, shape, dark brown or
vainest and most eccentric man I; mahogany); Fine Arts 101 -(middle:
have ever met," said Captain Gronow, long shank, short mouthpiece, for
a noted dandy himself. Most of the driving and golf): and Journalism l
famous fops of the day were marked (long-stemmed church warden model,
for some article of dress upon which for the cold winter evenings when
they bestowed extraordinary care. everybody's getting chummy around
Colonel Kelly concentrated on his the fireside). The properly-piped man
boots, which were astonishingly bril- of leisure will, of course, wish to be
liant. The boots, however, ultimate- provided with all three.
ly caused his death, for he lost his Flashyi Pohe
life in a fire while endeavoring to
rescue his favorite pair. After his The pouches are in flashy color
demise keen competition arose among schemes and of varying materials;
the other dandies to secure the serv- striped leather, hound's tooth checked
ices of the valet who alone possessed tweed with zipper fastener, and
the secret of the celebrated blacking. striped silk. All are lined with oil
Unfortunately history does not record skins to keep the tobacco from grow-
the name of the successful one. ing stale, in theory at any rate. Both
'the rectangular and the square shaped
Anot y' rtd Petersh R pouches can be carried in the pocket
Anotheir great dandy of the Re- without getting in the way, although
gency was Lord Petersham, who found he will probably usually leave it in his
fame also as a connoisseur of snuff other suit anyway,
His room was like a shop," a con- The razor, one of a number of
temporary report says . .. "all around models cing thea curren market
the walls were beautiful jars of innu- the kind of gift you can't go wrong:
merable kinds of snuff... shelves and on--unless someone else gives him!
tables were covered with magnificent one too. There are no blades to be!
snuff boxes, a fresh box for every replaced, it's next to impossible for
day in the year." Lord Petersham the user to cut his throat, and it can

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fell Hall lecture room to midnight
in the Arboretum. It will take a
large number of shots on a single
roll of film, and the prints, though'\
small, are singularly clear and can
Iawily be ennared without inssqof

The Arboretum Becomes
Mecca For Sportsmen
After First Snowfall
Too cold for parlor tricks, Nichols
Arboretum takes on a new signifi-
cance after the first snowfall and be-
comes a Mecca for all sports-loving
collegians who own a toboggan, and
a pair of skis. If you've taken Ge-
ology 11 you appreciate the morains,
eakers, sink holes and other peda-
gogic phenomenon which make for
a long, swift slide on one or the other
section' of the anatomy. Skiing and
tobogganing, however, make definite

never wenl out until six in e eve- be plugged into any wall sockc. y g
ning and then always rode in a brown distinctness.
___carriage drawn by brown horses and The Ace In The Hole
11attended by footmen and coachmen Down in the lower right hand cor-
n brown livery. He is said to have ner of the picture is the real ace- STARCHED HANDKERCHIEFS
been in love with a widow named in-the-hole of masculine gifts for this A bit of starch applied to handker- a\
Brown and ever afterwards to have year-a small but highly efficient chiefs is not amiss and preserves thew -
iremained faithful to the color. pocket camera. There's hardly a pocket adbrnment from the wilted
The dandy period is effectively re- time or place in which this handy slightly used appearance that can
flected in the novels of that time. little item won't be both useful and completely offset a combination of
One of these, "Pelham," by Bulwur- entertaining, from 9 a.m. in an An- haberdashery otherwise impeccable.
demands on a mans wardroe Heavy socks and stout ski boots are ytton, contains a typical philosophy__
darvdbof clothes, suggesting among other
On the left, the beauty smoking essential and the double-breasted coat things a change of the cravat several
a pipe, is wearing a tweed knicker has lapels which can be buttoned times during the day. Color, how-
suit in a herringbone pattern. With to the chin With it is worn a ever, received the most attention and
this he wears a pair of heavy wool - several dandies became obsessed with
stockings in a fancy weave and heay turtle-neck pullover and a blue serge
wool anklet socks. His gloves are also skiing hat. The mittens are of wool monochromes.
of wool and a Tyrolean hat completes and carry a Norwegian pattern. One well-known fop earned the F
the ensemble. This outfit is ideal for The All-American on the right has soubriquet of "Pea Green" because of
skating, we are told by the political Itical skiing kit, it is alleged, econsist- even carriages of .that color. Like
science department. ing of a pair of heavy plus fours, the Petersham he never appeared out of
In the center of the picture is customary woolen hose and ankle his home until after 6 p.m
shown the type of ski kit favored by socks which turn over the tops of The German P'rince Hermann6pmL{ Relable or
many experts and especially popular skiing boots and a light-weight wind- Puckler Mascau arrived in London in
with ski jumpers. The long skiing resistant, snow-repellant, "guaran 1825 and dazzled the British capital
trousers make an excellent outline teed, genuine" jacket which fasten with a black and yellow coupe in
when jumping, it is said by observers. with a belt and buckle which reclined a pet dog and a green
parrot, A coachman acted as the S e y OT S a .
W t r- P o f d ist on the coachman's box, with a
Novel Wristwatch Water -Proofed rrur whlethe Pinc himsel
cashmere shawl thrown over his
as Severa ias Shoes PracticalT' shdau was the superior of them
all, however. He left one original dis-
A e rswthhsrcnl encovery for posterity-shoe polish. Hr y ]C V - u g s i n
introduced that has, in addition to an Snow And Slush Demand -se-h s Here are a few suggestiOns
ordinary dial, a splitsecond-hand Heavy Footwear about one-half of the soles is another!
which records to fifths of a second. method of thoroughly impregnating F
A series of numbers on the face aids Whether you indulge in active win- them and making them water resist-
in computing exactly how many miles ter sports or merely like to tramp ant. Of course, the use of a water-
per hour any moving object may be through the snow, there is nothing profing oil on leathr smakes it im
per ouranymovng ojec ma bepossible to get a satisfactory shine
traveling. An outer dial can be used more essential to your comfort in! on the leather, so this treatment COSMETIC DEPARTM ENT
these recreations than a good pair should be reserved for shoes which
storms, gun fire and such noises are of water-proof shoes are intended for nothing but rough OUR STOCK OF TOILETRIES is complete in every detail.
s If you do not possess a pair of country wear. We feature Dorothy Gray, Mary Dunhill and Peggy Sage cos-
This is the first watch of its type specially constructed shoes for this For those who plan purchasing spe- metics. ui'-Chanel and Querlain perfumes will make lovely
in the popular price group and it has purpose, an ideal method of water- cial shoes for snow and wet weather mgifts. A trained cosmetician will help you in your selection.
features which are not included in proofing is to take a pair of heavy there is on the market a variety of
many of the more expensive models country shoes which are solidly made waterproofed shoes which are so de-
mano the mreexpnsivoes , and cover them thoroughly with wa- signed and constructed that they re-
For those interested in sports or for Iterproofing oil. ss ae ihu naywyafc-IfE'A O N E
officers of the army, navy or reserve Standing the shoes for a day or two ing the leather to such an extent .. CIGAR COUNTER
corps, it is an ideal time piece. in a shallow pan of oil which covers that they cannot be polished.
- - ---- ;..HE WILL BE DELIGHTED with one of our handsome pipes-

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Toilet Sets Are

Excellent Gifts
Smart Men Now Purchase
Toilet Items Together
In the past it has been the habit
to pick up toilet articles at random
and with no particular design. The
trend among smart men today is to
purchase these necessities in matched
sets. This simplifies the shopping
problem and makes for uniformity.
A third advantage is the fact that
sets of this sort make most accepta-
ble presents. An ideal gift is a
matched set, handsomely boxed with
a background of the New York sky-
line, It consists of a bottle of eau
de cologne, after-shaving talc, shav-
ing lotion and a tube of shaving soap.

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Make this a SPORTING Christmas

Here are a few suggestions .

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SKI SUITS
SKI SUiTS anid Accessories for the big
skiing season coming soon - skiis, boots,
ski poles.
MITTEN & SCARF SETS
MITTEN & SCARF SETS for the sport-
ing woman. Colorful and made of wool
knit.

TOBOGGANS
TOBOGGANS made of the sturdiest
materials for the skiing enthusiast.
ICE SKATES
ICE SKATES are always a favorite
Christmas gift. Any winter sports fan
will appreciate this gift.

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Dunhill and Ben Wade or a complete line of domestic pipes.
Our Ronson line offers some excellent gift suggestions and don't
forget that the pipe-smoking man needs tobacco and our stock
of both imported and domestic tobaccos leaves nothing to be
desired.
KODAK DEPARTMENT...
THERE IS NO OTHER STORE in Ann Arbor that carries as
complete a line in cameras. We have a most complete stock of
photographic supplies. Expert and competent advice on every-
thing photographic awaits the gift buyer in our 'Kodak depart-
ment. Cameras may be bought at prices to suit any pocketbook.
... CANDY DEPARTMENT
IF IT'S CANDY YOU WANT, well, just try some of our Famous
Whitman's or Gilbert's chocolates. They come in boxes ranging
from 1j pound to 5 pounds and prices are from 25c to $7.50.
PEN and PENCIL SETS . . .
We feature Shaeffer pens from $1.25, and pen and pencil sets
from $1.95.

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