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December 01, 1939 - Image 15

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Variety Of Clothing Leads Choice Of Christmas Gif

Campus Styles; Dictated And Preferred

-Daily Photo by Bogle
Men's fashions as described in stile" magazines, and fashions as is
are here portrayed by the gentlemen from the South, Mssrs. Barnes,
Meadows and Taylor. The lounging jacket (wrinkled) on the left, and
the earth colored sweat shirt represent the latest in study wear. All
clothes, courtesy the brothers.
Males Favor Wearing Aparel
For Their Christmas Presents

Christmas Tie
Choice Often
Makes Trouble
Attention To Colbr Should
Make Neckwear Choice
SimplerThan In Past
The thought of the month of De-
cember nearly always makes most
men shudder as pictures of proverb-
ially garish Christmas ties come into
their minds-and often fond aunts,
wives and sisters make these pic-
tures into reality by well meant and
ill-chosen gifts of neckwear.
There is seldom any legitimate ex-
cuse for this sort of gift unless one
is color-blind, and this year, espec-
ially, there are many, many taste-
fully designed and patterned ties
from which to choose. Every color,
pattern and style of neckwear imag-
inable is available for givers of
Christmas ties.
Knitted Silk Popular
Rising in popularity among the
college-age group, is the knitted silk
tie. This tie is available in a wide
variety of colors, plain and in stripes.
The plain colors, however, with the
ever-faithful number carrying the
burden of the attack, should prove
to be more fashionable than their
striped cousins.
The foulard is still "tops" in the
neckwear line, being available in
many shades and designs. One rea-
son for this tie's popularity seems to
lie in the ease with which it can be
formed into a neat, tight knot.
Wool challis, coming in hunting
patterns and more conservative mo-
tifs, are destined to be very popular
as Christmas gifts this year. It
would be difficult to go wrong on
one of these, as they come in taste-
fully chosen patterns and colors, and
they do not wrinkle easily.
Colors Problematical
The color of a gift tie always pre-
sents a problem. The prospective
giver-note well, ladies-should pay
particular attention to the color of
clothes generally worn by the pros-.
pective recipient and choose the tie
correspondingly.. By the way, blue
IS being worn with brown this year
-and it looks good, too.
A word of 'warning, though-steer
clear of loud patterns and bright
colors unless you are well acquainted
with the -tastes of the lad to whom
you intend to give the tie. And if
worst comes to worst, you can always
give him an order on one of the
c( mpus shops and'let him pick out
his own neckwear.

Various Types Of Glove-Wear
Suggested As Presents For Men
Pigskin And Cashmeres
Mentioned As Favorites
Of Well-Dressed Males
Except for a few afternoons at the
football games we haven't had much
use for gloves. On cold afternoons
in the bowl it sin't usually gloves men
think of to keep them warm. Anyway,
our November guest has been visit-
ing us and by the warm, clear, sunny
days we're having it will probably be
a long time before he leaves.
If you want to provide for the male
who, may be surprised by a sudden
departure of the guest and help him
protect his hands, a pair of warm
gloves will be just the thing. There -
are several types to buy for the selec-
tive male. Something new in the.
glove with the sidewall-a small sec-
tion of the glove extending from the
tip of the index finger to the base of
the thumb, thus permitting free
movement of all the fingers all the
time. It's made of fine leather and
is good-looking with its raised seams
and leather stitching. low on the palm and blue on the back
Pigskin gloves are the favorites of of the hand with a yellow "M" out-
most well-dressed men, and if you lined, will buoy him up with the real
pick a pair for his hands with saddle collegefeeyinh.
sitching and a single button you'll
show good taste and be sure to please. The newest glove, different from
Cashmere runs neck and neck with any yet been is one that can be worn
pigskin as most'popular of men's se- on either hand and can be turned in-
lection and this year you can buy him side out. In other words, there are
gloves of soft, warm cashmere to four wearing sides. If one glove is
match his sweater, socks and muff- lost, the loser need only buy one
ler. glove to have a wearable pair. It is
For evening wear it's stil lthe hand- saddle stitched and comes in any
some white, silk knitted gloves that leather you'd like. For the man who
clings to the form of the hand better likgs to be different, yet smart, this
than all other choices. If he's afraid would be an ideal gift.
to soil the gloves get him a pair of
gray suede gloves with black or grey #
stripes with fur lining to keep his
hands warm.
For the Michigan man with college
spirit the same glove that we've seen
members of the band wear will be "
most pleasing. A knitted mitten, yel- / d

ground floor and the heck with the
bargain basement. Is that asking
too much?"
Atwood McAndrew, '42: "I would
say that the ideal Christmas gift is
money, because with money a per-
son can buy ties and socks he likes
to wear and not the ties and socks
someone else likes."
Murray Silverman, '41BAd. "I
would consider as the ideal Christ-
mas present a complete outfit, from
overcoat to socks, from slacks to
neckties, bought at one of the Ann
Arbor shops in the correct collegiate
style."
Eddie Presark, '43: "A fireproof
shirt and Lana Turner."
Bill Sycamore, Grad.: "I think that
the ideal gift, in my case anyway,
would be a sport coat, a pair of
trousers and a tie to go with them."
Edward Evancourt, '41: "As far as
I'm concerned the ideal Christmas
present would be a complete outline
of Ec. 101 and 102."
Appreciate Handkerchiefs
As Presents For Christmas

Plaid Garters Suggested
As Ideal Christmas Gift
The great variety of patterns and
colors in garters this year make this
item a suitable gift, with bright new
plaids dominating the scene.
Wrapped in Christmas packages,
they make an easy gift to select, and
are especially desired this year, since
college men seem to be giving these
much abused articles of clothing a
new lease on life.

subscription to Esquire seems to be
the ideal Christmas present to me. If you seek an unassuming and in-
By ,reading Esquire through from expensive gift to solve your Christ-
cover to cover the dullest person dis=- mas problem, handkerchiefs will pro-
covers topics for conversation, the vide a welcome answer,
most unhappy man gets a laugh, the .Handkerchiefs are best given in the
beau brummel gets tips 'on how to more prosaic'white, so that the donor
become' better dressed and what is will not risk offending the recipient's
more important you get Petty draw- possible sensitivity of taste. The fin-
ings to frame and hang on the wall er styles of hand-stitched linen hand-
f your dunge'pn,"~ kerchief are certain to be appreciated. 3 '
Clarence Klopsic, '40: "A charge For those who wish to select a'i r'ITMAS IST
account at J. L. Hudson's-Why? I handkerchief that will be a dashingIi
could blow plenty until the ideal supplement to any ensemble, there
gift came by. I could start in on the are almost limitless choices,
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