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1UJSDT,_ WR I14, 1440o THE I ICiIIGAN DAILY
I'm one of those fellows who believes that clothes are most important
to a man's all-around success. And in my opinion you can't go wrong
while building up your new Spring wardrobe if you'll take note of
the following timely suggestions:
* In the first place, every man should wear those styles that best fit
For the well-dressed person wears that type of clothing that
accentuates to the greatest degree his natural advantages.
* In addition, the correct wardrobe is the one that permits the wid-
For life possesses more vigor and spice when mood chasing
variety is employed. Too, a sprightly, liberal, lively ward-
robe denotes a like personality.
* Lastly, the commonplace and ordinary in clothes should be dis-
pensed with ... style should be substituted.
For though much bandied about, real style is cultivated only
by the careful.
With these ideas in mind you can't miss -especially since the mer-
chants of Ann Arbor understand these principles and are all for
making this Spring an easy and successful one for you as far as
clothes and all the accessories are concerned. Therefore, the Michi-
gan Daily and the merchants of Ann Arbor present this PREVIEW
of SPRING STYLE."
Thw M1uphInn Diiilv