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THE UICHIGAN DAILY"

New Jewelry
Is Personality,
Mood Indicator

Delicate Lace And Velvet Bows Trim
Full-Skirted Christmas Date Dresses

Pearls, Multi-colored Clips,!
Novelties Worn For Day,
EveningJewelry Varied
Jewelry has become a personality
indicator with the introductio, of
different types from brooch to charm
bracelet, into the 1938 jewelry pa-
rade. The mood of the moment may
be expressed in your costume by your
bracelet, clip, or necklace v. hich
makes the selection of this final
touch to your costume more impor-'
tant than ever before.
The jewelry world is divided as
definitely into informal and formal
styles as is the fashion world.
Pearls remain the ever popular
necklace for sweaters and skirl, for
every type of personality. Double
and triple strands are more in vogue
than the single strand although the
size of the bead is important in choos-
ing the number of strands.
Gaiety In Jeweled Clips
The gay, sophisticated girl has
turned to large, unusual shaped :lips
with multi-colored jeweled designs
for daytime costume or for lhirt,
sweater, skirt combinations. Initialed
clips in either gold - or silver, "lain
or fancy lettering, are also suitable
for informal wear.1
For the demure, old-fashioned
mood there are lockets and crosses
of many styles and materials. Gold
is the most favored material, and
simplicity is the best choice in .tyle.
Novelties are numerous for inlady
who would express individuality.
Charm bracelets have reached their
peak in unusual ideas with ev;ery--
thing from tiny magazines to your
favorite cigarettes being offered to
be hung on your waist. The latest
necklace is hung with "wooden nick-
els" to demonstrate the truta of
that old adage, while other types of
coins are a favorite subject for neck-
lace and bracelet alike.
Chain Necklaces Favored
Heavy chain necklaes are being
favored for afternoon wear on silk
or wool. They may be simple chains
or dangle some heavy stone.
The newest in evening jewelry to
match the old-fashioned hoops and
styles in the ribbon tie. around wrists
and neck with a brooch on the ribon
at the neck. Formal lockets are also
favorites for evening. Cameo sets of
necklace, bracelet, and ring shove an-
other trend towards former days.
Pearl and rhinestone combinations
are as popular as ever to complete
the jewelry selection

ille And Grape Contrast
With Black And White,
Favored Combination
By DORIS ATKINSON
Christmas trees, holly w eaths, ca-
roling, and a general atmo-phere of
gaiety and good cheer see.. to sym-
bolize Christmas for us. Informal
occasions such as dances, open
houses, or teas are also chr acteristic
of Christmas and comprise one of
the merriest phases of the holidays.
For such busy days, it is the dream
of all college women to possess a va-
riety of date dresses which the events
of their social calendar' necessitate.
Limited incomes tend to shatter our
dreams of an extensive shopping tour,
but the shops are well supplied with!
smart frocks at the prices directed by
our pocket books.
Black With White Contrast
For the winter season, *iogue in-
sists on black and white as the smart-
est color combination. One frock
carrying out this color theme is made
of black crepe and features the new
rose-pleated sleeves and a low V-
neck. Delicate white lace is used in
the yoke of another black crepe with
a full skirt. Sheer black wool forms
a smart dress with pleating and lame
binding. The novel idea of arranging
jeweled clips to form your initials is
introduced by this dress.
Another frock called the "New
Monastic" is of ribbelline material
with a wide corselet belt and white
Lace collar and cuffs. The new "Skat-
ing Silhouette" is provided by black
crepe with a flared skirt and Fen-
cer's jacket, which is trimmed with
white applique. Shirred lastex forms
the "New Corselet" silhouette, and
the lastex gives way to a pleated
skirt at the hip.
Sequins Trim Jacket
A basic dress of black crepe with
a low neckline has a tricky jacket
which sparkles with vari-colored se-
quins. Gold and silver lame blouses
topping black velvet and crepe skirts
are popular for. dressy occasions. A
cherry colored frock with gold me-
tallic - threads has covered buttons
running' from the tricky neckline to
the hem1 of the flared skirt. The
simple lihes of the dress make it
ultra-smart for all sorts of engage-
ments.
Queen's blue crepe forms a new
frock called "Step Right Up." Fine
lace trimming on the front of the
dress to form little steps accounts for
the name. Alpaca wool makes a
stunning dress in a lovely new shade,

Formal Angora
Jackets Shown
Iltf Y Pastel Boleros Are
Warin And Attractive
It's an old secret that a formal with
a jacket is actually the equivalent of
two different dresses. But never be-
fore have there been such enchant-
ing and original jackets to combine
with a gown of which one has tired a
bit and thus create a completely new
and exditing outfit.
Perhaps the reason for this amaz-
ing revival of interest in evening jack-
ets is the introduction of the angora
bolero. It was a case of love at first
sight when the returning college girls
first saw some of these soft, fluffy,
and utterly adorable jackets this fall.
They have some very lovely ones
in the stores now-with short puffed
sleeves and of extremely long wool.
Of course one's date may threaten to
wax furious over the condition of his
suit after he has clasped you and the
bolero to his bosom during a romantic
dance but you can really rest assured
that he forgives you and is secretly
very impressed by the way you look
tonight."
Or if you crave something more
exotic and different, one of the local
stores is showing some oriental jack-
ets bizarrely striped and intricately
printed.
Red And Purple
Feathers Adorn
Milady's Hat
"Be kind to your fine feathered
friends." Who knows but what they
may be made into that pert little hat
which will create a stir at that for-
mal tea during Christmas. For the
newest in afternoon hats is just a
bunch of feathers.,

Books May Provide Answers
To Christmas Gift Problems
New Favorites Include in style, treatment and spirit to the
Fiction, Trael B okS earlier book. Miss Lindbergh's new
I . ,e success has an entirely different back-
Historical Biographies I ground, dealing principally with trop-
ical Africa and the journey across
If you've a problem child in your the ocean to Brazil. "Listen! The
family, or if you've been blessed with Wind" is a book that will be appreci-
a roommate who has everything-in ated alike by mother and child.
e lnes of cothe daccessori No survey of new books for Christ-
your best friend is the "literary type,"
or if you've discovered a professor mas would be complete without men-
who might prove susceptible to a little tion of Bertha Damon's charmingly
subtle flattery, in short, if your fig- written volume of reminiscences,
ures add up to a Christmas gift prob- "Grandma Called It Carnall." Grand
lem which has you slightly nonplus- ma is the exasperating, lovable old
sed, why not let the bookstore solve it? soul who defiantly shuts her door on
red iyntanethMarkstresalsey's.the face of all modern improvements.
For instance, Margaret Halsey's with derisive emphasis on the "im-
"With Malice Toward Some" has a p,,vemet psisle te"it-
tipsy humor that is positively guaran- wioeti ts.andItspungent descriptiv
teed to soften the frostbitten heart of bit.s aswthakentscrthe
any pedagogue. Once he's opened this bits-always with a keen scent for the
travel book, which has turned the humor of the crim ways of a Puri-
England of thatched roofs and yews tanmcal Connecticut village as it was
into something to delight even manic- before the New York army of week-
depressives, you can relax-no more end occupation took it over.
need be done. Saga Of onstatinople
"Count Belisarius," Robert Graves
Then, there's Howard Spring's very modern story of Constantinople
Then thre Howrd prig sin the heyday of its power, is anothei
beautiful story of the hopes and "mut"foryoCistmasrist.nAhe,
dreams of two fathers for their re- must for your Christmas list. As is
spective sons which has been favor- Gwyn Janes new novelwhich centers
ably compared to "The Forsyte Saga" about the life of that prolific Eliza-
and "Of umanondae.""sy Sonbethan literary character, Robert
and Of Human Bondage." "My Son, Greene. Out of the mixture of poetry
My Son!" is being cherished by a na- and poverty, infamy and Mfane that
tion of readers for its unforgettable was Green's life. Mr. Jones has
characterportrayals, and its grat turned "Garland Of Bays" into a bio-
story, made of the very stuff of life. graphical fiction that is not only
You might try this for your literary easy to read, but which can be reac
friend.esytoreat
If you've ever read "Time Out Of with respect.
Mind," Rachel Field's new book "All
This, and Heaven Too" will probably Graceful Skiing Skirts
need no further recommendation. The
setting of this new story, which is r We-Liked Abroad
woven about the life of a young gov-
erness who becomes involved in a Skirts for skiing are a recent im-
murder case that helped push a king portation from the continent. More
from his throne, is laid in a France accomplished skiers find skirts
where the memory of the Revolution graceful and flattering, but novices
is still warm. In everything that beware!
makes for tremendous popularity, this A favorite style is a pleated skirt
novel must be rated high. It might with a mountaineer jacket. This i
even solve the roommate problem, shown in bright red wool and the
Anne Lindbergh's Tale front of the jacket is embroidered
In a book as thrillingly beautiful with bright yarn flowers. A more
as "North To The Orient," Anne conservative outfit of blue gabardin
Morrow Lindbergh gives an account is very much in favor. Hockey tight
of the Lindbergh's flight across North are worn so that there will be no gal
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sea mist. Cherry velvet bows pro
vide a contrasting trimming at th4
neckline and sleeves. "Gathered To
gether" is made of grape satin blac]
crepe and is trimmed with fine lac
binding.
Scarlet Apron On Black
Another black crepe basic dres
has an apron style overskirt of scar
let which contrasts beautifully wits
the black. Rhinestone clips ad

- smartness to the neckline, and a
e black chiffon hanky is pertly inserted
- in a pocket on the wide waist of the
k skirt.
e Ideal for teas is a black sheer wool
with a black satin top and a jacket
trimmed with black satin applique.
s The popular Dirndl finds another
- adaptation in black crepe with
h shirred waist, full sleeves, and slit
d pockets faced with white lace.

Th XPerfect Xmas Gift.. .
REVLON Manicuring Sets
The want and need o fevery girl is
a fine combination such as one of
these.
Our stock includes many fine sets
ranging from $1.25 to $7.50.
G ROOMW E L L BEAUTY SHOPPES
615 East Liberty 1203 South University

Joe College 'Reveals Modest
Taste In Christmas Presents
Says Trifles Will Suit Him selves. But after all there's one thing
about them, you can wear them.
But Suggests Topcoat' But there are always those who
In Christmas Hints think ties and socks are too conven-
tional. These Bohemian individuals
By JOSEPH GIES insist on something new, startling,
The women's staff has asked me staggering. Well, I am never one to
to write an article on what I want for look a gift horse in the kisser, so I
Christmas. I offered to just tell them will try to suggest something out of
by word of mouth, but the girls insist' the ordinary for those who \wish it.
A ticket to any football game for ar
on having it in writing; I suppose so seat between the 20-yard lines would
I won't claim afterwards that I did be out-of-the-ordinary for me, after
not get what I asked for. In any four years of student football tickets,
case it struck me as pretty nice of (Editor's note: A clean shirt would1
them. also be out of the ordinary for Mr.
(Editor's note: 'We asked Mr. Gies G.).
to write a story on what he wanted However, there is another point of
for Christmas so that it might guide view to consider, i.e., the girl who
women students in their choices of desires to give a sentimental, roman-
gifts for their men friends if they're tic gift, with a message of love. Sock
unlucky enough to have any. What say these girls, are too prosaic; thye
Mr. G. himself wants for Christmas, are not even worn next to the heart.
doesn't matter a . . . to us.) An electric razor, of course, would
Well girls, my tastes are modest,. contact the skin one supposedly loves
If I get 4 few little trifles like ties, to touch, but perphas we can do even
socks, handkerchiefs, shirts, trousers better.
and a topcoat or so I'll be more than Some girls insist on giving their{
satisfied. I don't, of course, hold that pictures for Christmas. There is a
clothes make the man, excpt as ap- danger worth pointing out here, how-
plied to women's shopping for them- ever; what with modern photography,
The
ORIENTAL
Gift Shop
offers
LASTING PRESENTS
for Christads.
BULK
Clever ashtrays made in & All Regular Flavors plus Try
India, hand carved wooden 3 Brandied Mince ' SA
tea-tiles, ornate brass trays, Nesseladde Pudding
tAFruit' Pudding
4 Egyptian work, butterfly- A Almond Toffee S
wing jewelry and exquisite 9 Xmas Pudding
ivory carved letter openers F4 - - BRICKS -
i make ideal GIFTS for ev--A
Try one of these
, eryone. to top the meal

A hat may take the form of a skull-
cap, adorned with a lifelike bird, or
it may be a pillbox with a jounty'
quill. The colors vary so that they
may exactly match your dress or
make a contrast, such as a bright red
hat with an all-black dress.
Less formal hats, for a show or
an informal dance, are also small.
They may be pillboxes, shakos,
bumper brims, or Watteaux. These
lie flat over all those curls on top of
milady's head and are made of
Petersham, with a wide bow across
the top to keep it in place. A most
practical combination of colors is a
high color on black, but very fetching
are the hats of Red Berry (very
bright red).
Use American Beauty and all fus-
chia tones. Royal blue is good again,
along with purple astor and grape
wine. Honey makes the list so in-
clusive it must include your best
frock or favorite color. ; These hats
are made of bagheeras or silk jersey
and their crowning feature is that
they are very small. Russian style
high brims are good but the crowns
are still small.,II
And now that Madame is all set for
the Christmas parties she mustn't
forget the hat she'll need for skating,
skiing, and just 'havin' fun! Of course
this must be angora and match her
sweaters, scarf, and mittens. The
brightest colors your heart can fancy
are found in these small angora caps,
and best of all they're as warm as
they are pretty.

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WvvIRE FLOWERS
during the holiday. e 7
HELSEA FLOWER SHOP
03 East Liberty Phone 2-2973

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the pictures always look much better
than the girls (no offense, girls), and
consequently one feels inclined to
just look at the picture instead of go-
ing out with the babe. If any Michi-
gan girls are thinking of giving ie
their pictures, I should really prefer
{ if they made it Hedy Lamarr in rol-
ors. I rather think there may be
others on this campus of my opinion,
to understate the matter.
ICE CRERi
____MOULDS

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