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s. THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY,
tyle Dictates Men Should Still Pick Shirts To ReflectPerson

DECEMBER 5, 1941
ality

Tricky Gifts Await Shoppers;
Some Look Almost Practical

For The hunter

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emverusments n tNext time ne wants to chew theI
s far as color and design are con- end of a pencil, tell him to take it Gadgets Include Buttons,
red, campus men apparently are off and smoke it. You can do this
flng the advertisements, and there only if you've given him an automatic Ship Steering Wheels
astrong tendency in local quar- t
for candy stripes and wide chalk pencil equippea with an ejector-type Cigarette lighters have come a long
pes on rough materials with solid cigarette holder on its mute end. The way sidce great-grandpaw accused
r backgrounds. 'aristocratic trinket comes either gold gx#eat-grandmaw 'cause he couldn't
iways popular and reliable are, or silver filled. find his tinder, the tinder old soul.
course, woven solid colors. Since Nowadays you spin wheels, you
s can be procured in broadcloth, push buttons, or you just breathe,
ord and twills and are available comfort, flannel shirts are a luxury. and there's your ration of nicotine
aimost every collar type, they are particularly popular this 'year are glen served piping hot. One of the more
e to be a safe bet. Nothing is plaids and bright .checks in addition ornamental of these gadgets is a Gal-
'e stylish than solid oxford with to the customary blazer plaids. A ahad-in-shining-armor-affair. Push
d knitted tie to match. homespun the top of his visor and, shades of
or the sort of man who has trouble assist in letting any game warden St. George, he breathes fire,
ping neat, and who thinks that kAnother cerebral hurricane resulted
per is just a dictionary word, tabs know that you've paid your lieense fee. in a desk lighter modeled after a
Islotted collars are a blessing. That . Sunday Shirt ship's steering gear. Just swing her
iper effect around the neck will Every man likes to possess one hard-a-starboard and your cigarette
n disappear without the use of really line white shirt, for the adage is lit to musical accompaniment (no
dware. that 'a white shirt is always in good kidding). Buyers have a choice be-
Laundry Problem taste' still applies, and a shirt that tween "Barnacle Bill" and "Smoke
'hese shirts are all very well and can be worn to anything short of a Gets In Your Eyes."
t to the right suit can cause no formal is desirable. For those who can There's no'getting away from the
plaint, but for use on the campus take them, a white pleated pique shirt value of a cigarette lighter as a gift.
sportswear there is the more rug' with tab collar and French cuffs is But in the past, it was chosen by
element to be considered, and, our suggestion for that special Sunday worried sweethearts and wives who
one of our friends put it recently, shirt. The same shirt in plain broad- wanted to curtail their loves' puffing.
aat's to be worn while the shirts cloth is perhaps advisable for those Stranded without matches, the light-
in the laundry?" He asks for an with a simpler taste. er-user would be cut down to three
erregnum shirt, namely a shirt Among your other white shirts (if a day.
ch is worn until the laundry comes you haven't already mortgaged the
k. Knowing him, the shirt is prob- house) might be included a white ox- WOOL FOR SOLDIER BOYS ,
r an institution by now-if he ford with the neat Sussex collar. The The average soldier uses 18 times
n't already hibernated in it, local stores are featuring this shirt, more wool than the rank and file of
:owever, for those of us who like and men with long necks look ex- civilians, the Department of Com-
ter sport shirts for warmth and ceptionally well in a Sussex collar. merce reports.

How would you like a 'perspirator,
an exerciser, an electric toothbrush,
or a "laff library" for Christmas?
What about a pair of hand carved
rubber-tipped tongs to make it easier
to pick up-not blonds-but bobby
pins and butts? Have you bden pin-
ing for a thermometer with self-il-
lumination, a "tool shoo in your hand
with only 300 easy to change access-
ories," or 10 varieties of cheese in a
gaily wrapped gift package? Well this
year you may get any or all of them.
But don't let yourself be hustled
into the "It's better to give than to re-
ceive" faction without further deliber-
ation. Plenty of desirable jiggers are
on thE/market and you may be lucky.
Toilet articles for men (an ashtray
masquerades as one of them) are
coming into their own again, and
fancy shaving mugs which eventually
become containers for collar buttons,
studs and the like, are sure-fire gifts.
And there is a new razor which uses
any standard double-edged blade on
a vibrator principle. You wind up a
spring in the handle, the blade vi-
brates, and shaving becomes a plea-
sure. It's not nearly so precarious as
it sounds, and takes care of even the
toughest beard. Electric razors are
still going strong, and the new three
and four headed affairs (guaranteed
to bite nothing bit the whiskers) are
supposed to be the works.
Some enterprising manufacturers
have perfected a self-winding, water-
proof and shack-proof watch which
should be a blessing to a sportsman,
and others have added calendars to
the regular dials.
For those who entertain, collapsible
Trouser Hangers
Curved Three .Ways
To Benefit} Crease
The last student we saw before
press deadline looked like he had
been reclining on a washboard.
He wouldn't have looked like that
if somebody had given him a set of
practical coat-and-trouser hangers
to go with his Twiddleham tweeds.
A far cry from the bent wire knives
hangars fill too many closets, the new
hangars are curved three ways to fit
the student stoop.
They also include an attached pair
of grippers which hang onto your
trousers like a pair of suspenders
but with an even more beneficial ef-
fect on the crease.

cocktail ears, lucite coasters, glasses
and swizzle sticks are pretty good
choies. The latter are practically in-
destructible. There is also a ther-
mometer swizzle stick on the market
which tells you exactly how cold your
coke is.
Kit bags have been fashioned to
serve as the Army or Navy man's
Christmas stocking, and they come
filled with everything from toothpaste
to toffee. The emptied bags dan be
used as catch-alts, laundry bags, or
towels. Toilet kits that are construc-
ted' for rough use and sewing outfits
will prove valuable, while games to
keep the boys out of mischief are
widely advertised. ("How about a[
game of whist tonight, Sarge?")J
Pocket domino, chess, and cribbage
sets fall into that category.

Clock Presents
Practical Gift
Although we may all be hearing
bugles within the next six months,
an alarm clock is still one of the
most practical gifts to give a college
student.
They come in all shapes, sizes, and
sounds. Some of them whisper, some
of them shout, and some just yell
like hell. The more genteel of the
species are equipped with two-tone
chimes and a silent mechanism.
The height of barbarism in this
field was reached with the introduc-
tion of the electric buzzer alarm,
still the best bet for Morpheus, '42.
When placed out of reach, it is as near
fool-proof as any man-made contriv-
ance yet invented.
PERMIT REQUIRED FOR CAP
To purchase a car in British Gui-
ana, a government permit is required.

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For the one who enjoys the tang
of the wild and the thrill of the
chase found in those days in the
field, this slip-on sweater makes an
excellent gift.

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YT1E S!It's Easy to Buy
For Sportsmen's Christmas
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makes that will increase your fun on the ice ...
.. SKATES .. . what a ,gift for the outdoor person
on your list!
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*CLUBS ,..BAGS .. ,BALLS .. .
SHOES.. Dad, Brother, Mother,
tn mSister ..any, golf enthusiast would
n e be thrilled with a golfing gift. We will
Is there a Bowler on your list? He be pleased to assist you in your selec.
(or she) would appreciate shoes - tion. We have all the famous makes
proper footwear at the alleys would -n this, equipment.
help them to better scores and give ,
them more enjoyment in their favor-°
ite game. -
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Table Tennis*
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evenings . . . and a great gift idea*fothhme

for the home.
* Basketball Equipment
The Best in Sporting Goods
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