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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~PA~R~ T-CTiO2~ THE.EE

ariety Of Coat Styles Intrigue

Well-Dressed College Me

Reversikles,
And Raincoats
Are Essential
Raglan Sleeve Is Favorite;
Blue, Brown Combined
In Plaids,_Herringbones
By B. JENSWOLD
In the spring a young man's fancy
lightly turns to thoughts of-swing-
ing into a new, light coat. And to-
day, as never before, are there a host
of fabrics and' styles from which
to choose.
Practical to the nth degree is the
worsted gabardine raincoat with the
removable lining. Blustery days are
yet to come before spring is here to
stay, so the farsighted young man
will not overlook that item of lining.'
Another feature of this coat is the
military collar, so prevalent in semi-
sports clothes these days. And the
rugged individualist will give special
attention to models with slanting
pockets, which, by the way, do seem
to add inches to one's height.
Reversibles Popular
For April's showers, too, are the
popular reversibles, in corduroy or
covert cloth, and the coats of water-
proofed materials. The length is
finger-top or knee.
Enough of bad weather attire.
When the sun is pouring down out
of the blue and it is still weeks to
summer weather, the student needs,
a cool and comfortable coat for class-
es. Better than ever this spring is the
model with lines of stitching around
the hem and sleeves. This is gen-
erally seen on fly-front coats, with
either the set-in or raglan sleeves.
Forthe gentleman who desires to
give the illusory effect of height, the
above-the-knee sports coat is at his
disposal. Corduroy in some shade of
tan will compliment any wardrobe.
Combinations Featured
Colors run extensively to that com-
bination of combinations, blue and
brown. This trend manifests itself in
herringbone and plaids and mottled
fabrics, and it solves so many prob-
lems in matching. Beige, the indi-
spensible, is still here, and shades of
dull or light green and rust; and, as
of always, gray, blue, and brown.
For those moments when studying
is put out of his mind and pleasure
is given preference, a herringbone
topcoat with peaked lapels and the
ever-present fly-front answers the
need of the college man. The:slight
shapliness of this coat is a pleasant
change from the loose build of the
campus classics.
That too-padded look about the
shoulders is out. Naturalness and
flattering lines, with ease afforded
by short lengths, are the measures of
a smart coat this season. Over sweat-
ers and unpadded shoulders the rag-
lan sleeve is perfection, and with the
slightly built out shoulders, the fit is
most comfortable with set-in sleeves.
The selection is large, and the rules
are simple, so a word to the wise col-
legian ought to be sufficient.
Madras To Be Popular
Light-weight madras is back in
circulation for shirts this spring, made
up usually in stripes, which looks
extremely well with solid color or
small all-over patterned ties.

Scotch Plaid Sock Is Popular;
Britain Produces Despite War

Since we've always heard the term
'old sock' applied to men around these
parts, here is the new angle in socks,
or should we say the new argyle, for'
argyles are definitely here to stay.
Copies of the imported Scotch cash-
mere plaid socks that have been the
}age this winter are being reproduced
in soft lisles in the same bright col-
ors for spring and summer.
Despite the fact that there is a
war raging in Europe, the hose manu-'
facturers in England and Scotland
are working full time producing
socks of first rate quality for the
fastidious tastes of the American
male, and specifically the collegel
man.
Reenforced Toes
Draftees who are fortunate enough
to have socks knitted for them by
their mothers, sweethearts or wives
shoud recommend that these be knit-
ted in fine wools with the reinforced
heel and toe. Approved colors for the

through the toe-in all solid colors.
Clocked socks are ever popular and
are certain to find favor among the
campus males addicted to open-toed

sprint
is Here!
(,Just About!)
Spring is just around the
corner. You can be pre-
pared with the smartest
togs on campus from the
MEN'S TOGGERY.
SPRING
SPORT COATS
and SLACKS
We now have a complete
selection of smart new sport
coats in all the popular mate-

Army are tan or, khaki and since sandals. But the other pedal standby,
the motto today shbuld be taken over stripes, seems to have been filed away
from our Boy Scout days, or should with bell-bottomed trousers and the
we confess and say Girl Scout, is jFord Peace Ship.
'Be Prepared,' your respective females;
may as well knit them in the tan
and khaki colors to prepare for the Success Predicted
future. Women who are knitting bun- Sh rt
dles for Britain comment that in or Men's Shorts
these days of action the black sock _
originally worn for formal dress has As soon as warmer weather ap-
gone out of use since there is little pears and the snow has definitely
opportunity to dress formally during
the war-American soldiers should be wl trek en masse to the Arboretum
forwarned and not lay in a stock of during the sunny afternoons to ben-
black socks-for they jiust won't get efit from the vitamin D of old Sol's
a chance to wear them-~- rays.

rials and patterns.

12.50

Sleeveless Sweaters Dominate
New Spring Fashions For Men

Complete your outfit for
Spring with a pair of all-wool
covert or gabardine slacks.
6.50
"COMPARE
OUR PRICES"
fEflZ TOGiERY
514 East Liberty Greene Bldg. Phone 9068

In the spring a young man's fancys
turns to sweaters-anything to get
out of a suit coat. If you don't happen
to be fortunate enough to own an
M sweater, there are several other
equally fashionable styles appropriate
for campus wear.
Before the weather becomes real-
ly warm, long-sleeved sweaters, of
course are the vogue. An especially
popular model for spring in a soft
green is a long-sleeved V-neck sweat-
er with cable-stitch trimming. Crew
or boat-necks as they are sometimes
called, rival the V-neck for first place
in sweater fashions. Round necks are
on the way out.
Sleeveless sweaters in all colors and
knits are on the upward trend. Not
only are they cool but they look
very attractive over solid-colored
shirts. We were particularly impressed
by a wide-weave white one over a
navy shirt.
In the beige tones, camel's hair
wool and soft cashmeres come to the
fore. The warm coat sweaters so
prominent in the winter are used
very sparingly in the summer.

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Watch Bands
Are Differentl

Pastels Are Shown
So much for the Army. On leave
or in civilian clothes men can let their
fancy run free as far as their socks
go, for they are being shown in every
possible length, color and weight.
Popular for summer are the cotton
socks in pastel shades. Six by three
ribs are worn-usually worn right
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Go attired in shorts so up .to the
minute in fashion that your best girl
will literally swoon when she sees
your physique.
Knee length shorts in wool and
cotton gabardine sets you right in
the sun of fashion and are extremely
comfortable as well as smart for sum-
mer wear.

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For Suits And Topcoats
Now the question of buttons. You
wouldn't think there was much that
could be written on buttons, would
you? They're so little.
But we can put in a plea against
leather buttons? We've heard vehe-
ment complaints against them-they
pull off too easily and the loops break
and cannot be replaced. So take this
advice-leather for luggage, but not
for buttons!

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Plastics Preferred
We realize that the matter of ticker
straps is a very vital one, for styles
have changed a good deal. In fact,
there's been a revolution in bands.
These days wide leather straps
or silken bags are on their way out.
Of course a light-colored leather is
still very attractive for conservative
souls, but they have a bad habit of
turning dark in the hot summer
months.
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in style in the proper, com-
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cater to your every riding need.
Riding jackets,breeches, boots,
crops. MOE'S is the campus
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