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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1952

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Tennis, Canoeing Beckon Students Cowlook

To Spark WoolensKeep in Spotlight for Spring Season

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Variety in Style,
Colors Offered
In SportsClothes
By MARILYN CAMPBELL
With, the arrival of spring in
Ann Arbor, students begin desert-
ing classes and studies for the ten-
nis courts, the canoe livery, the
bicycle shop, for hikes along the
river, picnicking and for just plain
loafing.
Attractive sport clothes are then
practically a necessity for all co-
eds. This year's selection inclules
a variety of styles and colors.
PLAIN OLD-FASHIONED blue
jeans can now be found in many
different colors, including pastel
blue, black, green and red, which
are accented by white stitching.
Also popular with University co-
eds are western-styled jeans, cop-
ied after those of the cowboy.
The tennis enthusiasist has a
variety of outfits to choose from.
Shorts of practically all colors
and styles can be purchased in
the local stores.
"Boy shorts" with or without
cuffs are often seen on tennis
players. Bright chartreuse, Scotch
plaid, striped, fashionable navy
blue, white or any other color can
be found. The material in these
shorts is usually of cotton denim
or whipcord.
MANY COEDS nake use of blue
jeans worn out at the knees by
cutt'ing off the legs of the jeans to
a length suitable for shorts.
Peddle pushers have not only
become popular for bicycling,
but are now being worn for hik-
ing, picnics and to relax in..Here,
too, a variety of colors and ma-
terials are available. ,Crinkle-
resistant cotton in bright "cir-
cus colors" and wool plaid for
wear on cool evenings are fea-
tured.
Plaid and cotton blouses design-

'55 FashionScene
Revolutionary Designer Will Focus Unusual

Collection on Colleg
MOSCOW-buyers from all over
the world flooded this noted fa-
shion center today as Andrei Kar-
mazov displayed his collection of
spring styles at the beautiful Bal-
inski showroom, just off Red
Square.
The fashion spotlight of the col-
lection is focussed on the college
woman. The keynote for 1955-
"the cowlook."
* * *
COMMENTING on this, his lat-
est trend, the revolutionary design-
er stated with gutteral intonations,
"We have had the doggy look, the
poodle cut, the horse tail and doe
eyes; the day of the cow is come."
The crowded / display room
rang with applause as his first
number was shown. Pirouetting
down the ramp, model Greta Ta-
varishscha displayed a costume
for the working girl or the stay-
at home student; overalls, but
with a distinctly Karmasovy
touch.
Slit to the knee on both sides
for greater freedom of action, the
navy blue one-piecer is adorned
enticingly with "Worker of the
World" slogans. To be worn with
this is a red synthetic woolen shirt
with zippered front.
FOR THE sporting woman, Kar-
mazov has included in his collec-
tion a wide display of velvet ace-
tate shorts with matching or con-
trasting jackets. Crush resistant,
non-wrinkleable, the fabric is
shown in a veritable rainbow of

e Women in Future
color. Most popular combination
is a purple short suit with the big
news color for spring - vibrant
vodka.
Vibrant vodka, acclaimed byc
the fashion world as "moreI
heady than champagne, more
burning than burguindy," made
its appearance often today.
"For evening wear, vodka will be
the toast of the town," a leading
buyer predicted. "We plan to stock
it in all proofs-or fashions, I
mean."
FABRIC, FABRIC and more fa-
bric hits the eye when one gazes at
the collection. For, with the re-
cent advent of "steriltone"-the
new processing which requires
neither washing, ironing n o r
hanging-the designer of today
need not concern himself with mi-
lady's problems of maintenance.
Swirling skirts for evening,
for the classroom, for casual
wear, these are the trade marks
of Karmazov. "They, decrease
the chassis," one model inform-
ed me, "and release one from the
confines of her girdle--although,
with the new super-stretchable,
skin scintillating models, even a
girdle is no hardship."
The nipped in waist? Gone for-
ever in the collection. Even to the
fashion layman, it is evident that
such a waistline is incompatible
with the "cow look." And thus it
is that Karmazov's designs feature
reoccuringly the frock blouse,
simple and straight--falling from
shoulder to waist.

Although the coed looks anxi-
ously toward spring as the time
for a switch from winter clothes
of wool to those of lighter cotton
or the many new synthetic ma-
terials, the fashion world does not
comletlyignore spring woolens.
Long spring coats will be found
in a new nubby textured wool that
is simply designed. The full cuffed
sleeves are cut with the four pan-
eled body of the coat for a smooth
shoulder line.
ANOTHER VERSION of the
ever popular short or fingertip
length coat comes as a tweedy
wool. With a mandrain collar, the
sleeves are cut with the straight
across yolk. The back is flared with
a center pleat adding to the full-
ness.
A coat dress in a fine wool
with a special weave is also sim-
ply styled. It combines a wisp-
waisted princess style line with
a tiny back belt. Buttons cross
the dress diagonally from a
small pointed collar.
A suit suitable for almost any
occasion is styled for spring in tail-
ored wool gabardine. The jacket
is of medium length with the still
favored soft rounded shoulders.
The skirt is slim under the panel-
ed designed jackets.
ANOTHER CASUAL suit that
indicates the trend in the spring
clothes is of ribbed worsted. Over
a plain slim skirt is shown a car-
digan jacket of plaided worsted.
Belted in front, the back of the
jacket swings out to form a deep
yoke.
A color that is being featured
in the woolen coats and suits is
a new treatment of turquoise.
Accessories are also predicted
by designers to utilize spring
colors. Shoes, purses, gloves or
scarves will add brightness to
new wardrobes.
For those coeds who prefer to

do their spring planning of cloth- and blouses that will look like ma-
es in the new light materials, the terials of other fibers. Strong,
stores are showing many that are light, and a boon to the girl who
practical because of their special does her own laundry, the nylon
qualities, dresses are resistant to wrinkles
Nylon will be found in dresses and fresh looking.

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IN THE SWIM-Frances McMahon models a bathing suit in an-
ticipation of warm summer months. The two-piece bathing suit
will again be popular this year as coeds and their dates plan
leisure hours at the old swimmin' hole.

ed for wear in active sports are
matched with shorts, jeans and
skirts to form an attractive out-
fit. Sleeveless denim blouses, tri-
colored T-shirts and the new knit
cotton batwing cardigan are also
good matchmates.
* * *
A DENIM blazer jacket, a mid-
dy jacket with big patch pockets,

a waist length flared cotton jacket
or a cotton poplin jacket with an
appliqued University emblem can
be used as toppers for any of these
outfits.

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EAKS TRADITION:

ShoesTo Sport 'New
Shoes, this spring and summer,ft
will have a new look of their own. sling front wi
The newest, the Continental Colors arei
shoe, which received its name be- tional for sprin
cause the style was copied from ery color fro
European designers, is found in Mushroom, wi
two variations: the sandal and the cafe-au-lait sh
sling type. These new variations Shoes can eith
will highlight suits as well as full, monized, or c
flared skirts. costume.
The traditional closed pump has Shoe fabrics,
undergone a big change this sea- summer and r
son. Now called Pumpettes, they an astonishing
are available in many styles, most est are tafetta
prominent of which are the closed bonit, which is
toe with the sling back, and the material as r

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esort wear, include
variety. The new-
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ibbon-knit dresses.

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