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September 23, 1941 - Image 28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUDrAY, SEPT

World On Fire In College Shop

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Mater-that all you need to be well-
dressed at college is a pair of 97 cent
blue jeans and a 49 cent work shirt,
purchaseable at yourenearest Army
and Navy Store. Oh, yes, you can
add a grey flannel skirt, if you think
you migit be going some place for-
mal.
Mater eats this sheer drivel up, and1
thinks she's stretching a point when
she allows her dotter to get even
something sporty in wool. All of
which doesn't help the old sales tally
at the end of the day. And that tally
is a story in itself if it doesn't zoom
up high enough. The floor manager
will tell you the story-in no uncer-
tain terms.
Last of these games we play with

ourself is No. 3, or very simply titled
-"Folding Sweaters." After several
hundred clothes-hungry college girls
have finished fumbling through sev-
eral hundred sweaters there's got to
be a goat somewhere to fold them in
place (so that they can be fumbled
through, again) and if you don't step
fast, you're it. The pleasures of this
job are augmented a hundredfold
when one has hay fever-as we can
very well testify.
There is only one small advantage
which working in a department store
has over going to school-no home-
work.
We'll take the homework.

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College Casuals

Two For a Head
Start on Fall!
"Campus" roller with the new
wider brim gives you a wide-eyed
look and plenty of dash! "Date"
has grosgrain binding and ties in
back! Black, navy and all the new
fall colors!

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JACOBSON'S HATS

Three inch heel pump
Black, Browvn, Greens,
or Wine Suede.1 f

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Pouch casual of
Black or Brown
Suede.

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Clothes are prerequisites to thev
fun and excitemen#t of -college
life, as you, the Class of 1945,
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will realize. Classes, rushing,
dates will find you rating an
"A" in popularity with a ward-
robe from Jaceobson's -- pleas-
ingly priced, too'

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Here's Shoe Excitement
Beyond Your Imagination
4,95
Capricious and young. . . this
exhilarating array ofCONNIES
strikes the keynote of rich
simplicity that rules the season.
SUEDES! POLISHED CALF-
SKINS! Perfed. . stitched
neatly trimmed. BLACKS!
Newest ANTIQUE TANS
that become "mellower"
with wear! And, of course,
BROWNS you'll wear with
every color this fall!

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or--brown. sue t with
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Brucewood dress-of-the-week at
$22.95. An excellent dress to
wear to sorority teas and for
dates. Others from $1'9.95 to
$35.UO

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Campus casualness is a neces-
sity the first few weeks. Make
an impression in a smart wool

dress.

$8.95-$19.95
Sophistication is a prerequisite
at all formals. Wonderful as-
sortments from $14.95-$39.95.

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