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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ELEVEN

THaEs M. ya T CH T. C S1.amN I11..JA I 1PG EEE

Softer Fabrics

To Be Favored In

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wide Variety

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Now IF You

(oe's Winter Suits
whose family exchequer limits you to NECKTIE LABELS PUT TO USE GIFT BOXES USEFUL
a mere trip to Atlantic City and (our Labels on neckties are usually Up-to-date manufacturers have
economic system does falter in spots, tlought of as purely advertising but made available on the market today
according to rumors) . . . well, there a local men's clothing store has com- a number of smart packages which
just isn't much a style expert can do ined utility with advertising by pla- contain their merchandise, and these
wihol 5 fyumnyt oking the label on the back of the large cnantermrhnie n hs
with only $50 of your money to work part of the tie making it possible to packages may be used after the gifts
with. slip the small end through it. are removed.
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Of . Ma terials r asnion nounca- UL)T p
P JGo To Florida
T Be Popuila r,, By MORTON LINDER x vorites in the three-button models. This J in ter. . .
We are watching with great in- I The tendency in jackets has been to-
Cheviots, Tweeds Among terest the rising growth of a style ward a longer loosely-hanging coat, By ROBERT PERLMAN
consciousness among American men, devoid of all pleats, vents, and other
Fabrics Scheduled For In previous years, the so-called' weak- such embellishments. Again we face that perennially dis-
Service Next 4 Months er sex had a virtual strangle-hold on' Spring jackets promise to be even turing problem of what. the well-
the style market, with the men plainer in style, although the pat- dressed Michigan Man should take
By ROBERT TCHELL shunted to the background. In the terns and colorings will leave a large with him to Palm Beach for the
1 RBR MICEL last few years, however, the men have Chdris'tmas vacation. arg ;
Softer fabrics will do the thing in emre from h staeof satori field for individual experession. Christmas vacation.
young men's late winter and spring oblivion to take their place as dis- Herringbones will top the list with Every December thousands of stu-
straight cloths, thhard perals as criminating stylists of correct dress. the tweed coming up close behind. engyose families durigi te e pre-
serviceable as the soft weaves, are' In this noticable swing toward Gabardine will still be quite popular just reward (say $25,000) for the
slated to give way before the pop- placing the male in the fashion sun,i although it will lose some of its pre- sacrifice and waiting involved in in-
ularity of the latter in the college the college man has taken the lead. I vious prestige in favor of the more vestment, storm our offices for advice
man's wardrobe. The new materials I Most innovations in young men's rugged materials. on how to spend their money most
which will be in vogue include for clothing originate in various cam- SLACKS: Slacks have come in prudently on clothes and accessories
the most part cheviots, shetlands, puses throughout the country, with strong this season as an adjunct to for the Florida trip.
saxonies, and tweeds. These weaves Yale and Princeton taking the top the "studied carelessness" in dress.
permit an easy fit and finish, and are pcsition. From these and other style As usual, the posibilities of varia- A every year we look at the latest
good for a wide variety of color pat- centers each fall emanate distinctive tions in slacks have been tremen- avic reports before we give that
terns. Patterns will be mainly greens creations and variations of already i dous, with the tweed in a small advice. At the time of writing the
tans, and light blues for the spring, accepted styles. These are popular- hcunds-tooth check and the gabar- temperaturenhin Tampa) is 74 de-
with darker winter shades. Checks ized throughout the country, and dine in all colors leading the parade. arees Fahrenheit, the sky is "clear"
herringbones, heathers ands tweed soon all leading stores are advertis- In general, the tendency in slacks has and the barmeter reads 30.12 inches.
patterns will predominate. ing "authentic university-styled" been for added comfort; hence, deep- at warm the for our jn
Th.e tlswl erdclydf clothing. er pleats and fuller trouser. rather warm weather for our jaunt E
The new styles will be radically dif cohn.e las n ulrtosr to the land of the Everglades and al-
ferent from this year's vogues. The This fall has been no different and The new crop of slacks ranges from jitofss
waspy waistline and the built-up we find the college man again lead- strictly British tweeds to strictly 'igators.
shoulders are through as men's styles ing the - field in style trends. Below American wash-slacks. Checks, plaids, The first thing you simply must
and will give way before the straight are presented the main trends of plain colors and overtones will all do after arriving in Florida is to dig
English drape models. Coats will be fall and winter clothes with a few receive their share of attention. up divots at the nearest golf course.
three-button for the most part, with predictions for the spring. Slacks for spring will be a trifle windbreaker
few two- and four-button models. HATS In the everyday hat, the longer with the popular "peg-top" with culer sleeves and zipper or an
The firsto two buttons will be use felt, welt-edged or plain, with low whic~h is on the way out. odd jacket with hand tailored buttonI
for buttoning usually. The coat crown and wide brim, is still the most SLholes (which has the unqualified en-
openings will be high. O S:LreAglpaishv dorsement of John Montague, La
popular. The midnight blue Hom- again been the thing this season andVrne o in cotgso , lor
Coat shoulders will be natural, with! burg is more and more gaining favor w Verne Moore in ortr, in white
the old shoulder-stuffiing done at a.1 as a dress hat. For full dress, of spring styles. English ribs will be
minimum. The fronts will be full course, the top hat is strictly correct especially popular in new light and and a pullover "V" neck sweater. No
and easy-fitting, especially in the soft and this season has found more airy colors. More brilliant colored greater breach of current style can
materials. There will be few novelty "toppers" than ever before, stripes are also expected before they be made than to neglect packing a
backs, mostof the styles calling for Spring fashions tend to show more wane in popularity pair of rugged reverse calf blucher
straight backs with a deep center- coloring in hats with green especially n shoes with four eyelets, a handy item
vent. There will be few side-vents. I coming forward. Tyrolean models, for golfing.
The coats will be longer this year so popular the last few seasons, are _ NThe average Michigan Man will be
than last also. Trousers will be full strictly on the down-grade. Newsphysically unable to get up the next
and principally pleated. They will SHIRTS: The most noticeable 1 morning after playing 18 holes, so
taper a bit at the bottom and should change in shirts this fall has been That Captured there's no use going through with the
be at a length to just touch the top! the falling off of the ever-popular ;heap of suggestions we have for for-
of the shoe, not above the ankle in Oxford cloth. Although this shirt is i le mal and town wear
collegiate style. still quite correct, it is rapidly being Stym Of course, if you're one of those
Accessories probably, will be much supplanted by college men by the'_fcourse, ___y______n________-
the same as usual, with colors the madras and broadcloth. British
thing. Cloth materials which will be stripes have perhaps been the most Stiff Collar Model Should
in greens and browns this spring can popular shirt this past season, with Not Be Worn Informally
be harmonized with shirts, ties, and both wide and narrow stripings used.
handkerchiefs to match. Light-color New spring shirts, as usual, ac- Gives Finished Effect K
blue, green, tan, and striped shirts centuate varied colors. Colorings in
will go well with the soft-weave shirts will be especially popular this Below are shown three shirts in
browns and green checks and heather spring with the widespread collar models destined to be popular this
patterns of the coats and suits. once more coming into its own. winter. The uppermost of the three
Although styles will be different, JACKETS: The British motif has..
with a turn to more formal, plain- been quite apparent in its influence is in solid blue and carries a pleated it is
line trends, anything can go on the on jackets this season. The single- bosom and white starched French
campus. Your soft weave suits will breasted, full box coat with plain fold cuffs. This shirt is a neckband
be best, but college style will accept back has been "the" coat. Harris model and with it is. worn white 7 11 Co, Pr0
vnnwhton on nna mane nascas-o ~ame I ''T'

Featuring a Finer Full Dress Suit at $45.00

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A CUSTOM-TAILORED SUIT will fit you
Right! Made to your measurements of the
Finest Fabrics, which must meet a Rigid Stan-
dard; the difference between a First Rate Suit

and a second rate stlit ! of

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VEN'S say

ore Christmas,

J] to W LAAXtA, V Ci YULL 1:11UUiC.

V VV a~ii eri ngr LI5~~i i6 are une .iu-

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starched collar and wine satin tie.1
(The wine satin tie received great
favor in London this season.) A small
animal figure stickpin in gold is worn
with this.
This shirt is definitely snooty and
to keep in step with Ann Arbor's un-
written laws of dress should not be
worn to class or upon similarly infor-
mal occasions. The stick pin is like-
wise extremely "smoothie" for the

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a mnatched set of
Hartmann Luggage?
ForHIM..For HER

... and all through the store,
Each personal Santa is buying galore!
For Grandpa a muffler as Scottish as heather,
For Dad - pigskin gloves that defy stormy weather,
For Brother, we mention some smart English hose,
Or a few pocket handkerchiefs (not for his nose).
For Uncle - a tie from a Far-East Bazaar,
Or a new fangled golf shirt to help him hit par;
And if it's the sweetheart for gifts you inquire,
(You'll want him to look like a page from Esquire)
Choosing for him induces a frown,
Here's a tip that will win him- a new dressing gown!
And if he is fond of chasing "Bright Lights,"
Silk lounging pajamas will keep him in nights.
Buying for Christmas undoubtedly wakes-up
The Peter Pan feeling that lurks in your make-up.
You'll have to admit it's more pleasing than shocking
To find yourself wanting to hang up your stocking!
We humbly confess we've outdone ourselves,
We've practically piled the whole world on our shelves!
The choicest of gifts from far and from near,
Whatever you're seeking is sure to be here.
To top it all off, you consider how nice is
The fact that you're paying the fairest of prices!
The store is so festive with colorful holly,
The wreaths and the crowds, so happy and jolly,
That even the red-paper bells seem to jingle!
(A perfectly obvious rhyme for Kriss Kringle).
,t's all so exciting-why shouldn't you cheer,
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL

tCANVAS DUCORD
* Christmas is an ideal time to prepare for
carefree, luxurious travel. We know of several
husbands and wives who this year are "ex-
changing" matched pieces of Hartmann Luggage
... gifts that will afford them years of travel
enjoyment.
SKY-ROBE (For Women).. $23.00

every day occasions for which most
of us dress.
The middle shirt is a white madrasj
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
figures of a pattern frequently found!
in foulards.
The third shirt is an English stripedf
broadcloth model. Small stripes are1
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.
Kit Of Basic Blends
Of Tobacco Offered
It has long been the preference of
I connoisseurs of pipe tobacco to blend

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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