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Accessories Add Distinction

To Classic Campus Clothes

Leopard Muff,
Hat To Match,
Will Be Worm
Fur Trimming On Cuff
And Pockets Enhance
Lines OfSimple Coat
By FRANCES MENDELSON
One of the nicest ideas that the
American designers have collectivel3
agreed upon in the way of oute
clothitig is the new untrimmed dress
coat.
Worn, not with a sober and con-
ventional collar, but with one of any
number of fur accessories, a coat of
good lines and style can be inter-
esting even to its wearer long after
the first winter. The most popular
accessory for this year is a large fur
muff, worn, for the most part, over
the lower half of the sleeve.
Leopard Is Favorite
Leopard leads the field in fur fav-
orites with sheared beaver coming in
second. A striking example of the
use of leopard as a trimming is in
an outfit-untrimmed coat, prefer-
ably -in one of the new blues or
browns-which boasts a large, off-
the-face leopard hat and an over-
sized muff to match.
Fur cuffs and fur pockets make for
interesting detail on an otherwise
simple coat. In this case, a collar is
often used to good advantage. Those
tiny fur hats which had such an au-
spicious start last season are still
: with us. In some cases, they have
grown up a bit and sprouted large,
flaring brims. For most of us, how-
ever, the tiny toque is more prac-
tical and in better taste.. Fashion says1
that you may wear them with fur
coats, fur-trimmed coats and, best
of all, with untrimmed coats.
Fur Is Frivolous
If you are feeling particularly gid-
dy, and have the wherewithall, to
say nothing of the nerve, to indulge
this feeling, there are all sorts of
firry nonsensicals made for such as
you. Try a pair of fur gloves-not
those heavy ones yoti have been wear-
ing for skiing and the great outdoors
-but real honest-to-goodness dressy
gloves designedwith the same care
for detail and delicacy as your fav-
orite kid mitts have. You might also
try fur-trimmed shoes or a fur hand-
led umbrella.
And the coat to show off these new
accessories-a simple, dressmaker
type of reefer with the fullness in
front is the jumping offplace for all
sorts of variations. Keep it plain
enough so that its own trimming will
not vie with your accessories for
notice, yet have it interesting enough
so that you can wear it unadorned
if you should so choose. Detail of line
and fit are always important, more
so than ever in an untrimmed coat.
A certain amount of skirt fullness
is this year, as it was last year, desir-
lle; but havew itcentered inrone
place., A skirt which flares in front
should be fairly straight of line in
back. Too much fullness tends to
give a voluminous effect.

Plaids Are Popular For School Wear

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Gay Costumes
For outdoors
Win Approval:
Color Supplements White
On Tennis Court; Riders
Prefer Informal Outfits
Blue and yellow shorts and skirts
are a familiar sight in regular gym-
nasium classes, but during odd-time
sports sessions, variety is the keynote
in costume.
Color on the tennis courts defies
the usual all-white costume, for
sweaters, sweatshirts, and playsuits
during warm weather are all in "high
style" for batting the ball around.
During tournament season, softball
and volleyball enthusiasts sometimes
change to shorts outfits, while others
remain in the usual campus skirt and
blouse.
Riding club-ers are usually inform-
ally attired; no pink hunting coats
or derby hats will be found in the
beginners' ring. Modern dancers, al-
though they may use ordinary sports
clothes, usually prefer the standard
knitted leotard and skirt.
Ski suits are morally outlawed for
class wear at Michigan, but on those
first skiing and tobaggoning sprees,
most people find those heavy leg-
warmers the best bet for comfort.
Not to be seen, but much to be used
are the long woolen pajamas that
provide extra warmth underneath
snow-suit trousers.
Down at the ice skating rink, such
carefully planned "hot-clothes" are
not needed. Although the beginners
usually plan for days in advance how
to keep both warm and un-bound'
on the rink, they discover that after
two laps, shedding extra sweaters is
usually necessary. A skirt, sweater,
and jacket are all the woolens needed.

Indian Jewelry is In Season

By RHODA LESHINE
Arriving to harmonize with the
season of Indian Summer is the lat-
est in costume jewelry-blazing wood-
en beads which are worn over sweat-
ers or plain wools.
Longer in length than the average
necklaces, these Indian beads some-
times reach the waist in single or
double strands. Some are of oval
shape and others resemble small
chestnuts in fall colors.- They're
strung together with ordinary rope
or bright cord.
Wooden Beads Are Smart
One style especially clever is fash-
ioned of a variety of beads in a mul-
titude of colors. The wooden orna-
ments are strung on a brilliant green
piece of leather which ties in a bow
at the back of the neck.
Incidentally, you may take the slo-
gan, "Don't take any wooden nickels,"
literally for the cutest bracelets are
found with wooden pennies. And
necklaces are made to match. You
can be conservative and match them
to a natural leather belt or take on a
colorful mood in an array of varied,
hue.
Lapel Pins Add Color
Splashy pins are clever to dress up
your lapel on either jacket or reefer;
and flag pins are nice if you're the
patriotic type.
Lapel ornaments are composed
mostly of jewels-rhinestones being
most popular. Leather and wood still
are as attractive as ever, being tops
for sport jackets. If you're clever you
could fashion some yourself out of
. what, you're not? . . . well, then,
you can buy them as I do.
Did want to mention as a word of
caution to watch your mixing of
colors. While its fun to be giddy, it's
tricky to attain that unconventional

air without appearing downright loud.
So dip your paintbrush carefully but
don't spare the color.
Most fun is found in unusual color
combinations . . . if they harmonize.
Try some, and maybe that masterful
fashion group will bear down -on you
to take your snap as the coed with
the' smartest outfit of the week.

Dodge The Rain Drops
Freshmen are always told that
Ann Arbor weather is unusually
damp, that it rains continually. Many
students believe the statement and
others laugh at it, shun wet-weather
shoes, rain coats, and scarfs or hats
and catch pnemonia.
So, my friends, take it from" one
who knows. Put away your pride and
keep your health. Keep the rain out
of your hair.

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worn by co-eds, Presenting a
whole collection of college casu-
als-all with that prized studied
carelessness. Soft lush wool
sweaters, swirl skirts and jacket'
for your trickiest combinations.
SWEATERS. . from $1.93
SKIRTS .... from $2.95
JUMPERS ... from $2.95
JACKETS ... from $5.93
BLOUSES ... from $1.95
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Masquerade Rims Are New

How does a masquerade ,the new
love of the campus, appeal to you?
That the harlequin rage has swept
Michigan women into its current is
quite evident.
Since the harelquin compacts ap-
peared last Christmas, the piquant
mask with its pert tilted eyes has
found its own. Even the oculists
have yielded to fashion. No longer
must you wear sturdy metal rims or
thick unbecoming horn rims, said
the decision of a few years ago. And
rimless glasses were a joy to those
who wore them continually. Shell
rims were and still are dear to the
college girl.
But today the harlequin rims are
the crowning triumph. These glass-
es are found in fiesta colors, red,
green, blue and bright yellow, as well
as neutral tones. Their tilted angles

give a provocative, almost oriental
effect. No longer are our eyes round
blank windows. With the harle-
quin rims we actually find access to
a soul, which we'd been really won-
dering about.
There is something enchanting
about the little gold mask-like com-
pacts that is double trouble when
the glasses echo the same note. Even
formals this year have the harle-
quin air of masquerading. The semi-
demure high necklines, exaggerated
shoulders and sleeves, with the long
torso and gathered skirts beneath are
definitely reminiscent of the days
when masked balls were the most
thrilling dances of the year.
Belts Take On New
Fashion Importance
From leather ones for daytime to
beaded ones for the evening, belts
are taking on new importance in
fashion news.
Jewel cowboy belts are as livening
as are the metal studded ones that
brighten many a black dress this
year. Still in the western theme, one
belt has a buckle that looks like a
saddle, and has stirrups hanging
down each side.
In the evening, the bead craze is
extending to belts, which are heavily
laden with them.

Sweet and simple is the cry. It
isn't practical to be the wearer of an
intricate and stylish hair style for
when the carrillon strikes eight bells,
your hair isn't combed, and you
have an eight o'clock there is no
time for fussing with your hair.
The opposite sex has the right idea.
They cut most of their hair off and
it is almost impossible to tell if it
has been combed or not. But that is
going just a bit too native for the
average college women. A simple-to-
care-for hair-do will solve the prob-
lem very well.

Freshmen and
Upperelassmen!
Join our Hosiery
club. We have
quality, correct
shades, moderate
prices.
A nice Way to
Ease Your Budget.
Smartest
HOSIERY
Shoppe
Michigan
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