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18, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

COTTONS FOR COEDS:

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By MIRIOM SHLIMOVITZ
Separates will continue to reign
this spring, turning the typical
coed's "skirt 'n sweater" ensemble
into a cotton "skirt 'n blouse" out-
;fit.
't Many of the skirts and blouses
can be bought separately but have
been carefully color-matched kto
appear as a dress when worn to-
gether.
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A BOON to the coed's ironing
problem work are the new gypsy
skirts observed in a local store.
They are gaily-printed full skirts
made with two rows of gathering,
:guaranteed to eliminate ironing.
A greater variety of colors is
now available in sailcloth play-
clothes. Once considered strict-
ly a working costume, the new
sailcloth separates have been
Special Overcoats
Even chickens and turkeys are
wearing overcoats these days, spe-
cial plastic overcoats which are
used for roasting fowl. The birds
r are cleaned, stuffed, wrapped in
cryovac plastic overcoat, sealed
'skin-tight, and frozen, all ready
for popping into the oven. When
cooking, no basting is necessary.
The overcoat should be removed
an hour before the bird is done
in order to brown the skin.

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"It happens

every

SPRING

dressed up with such novel
twists as the Eisenhower-jacket
style and huge mother-of-pearl
buttons scattered about gener-
oursly. The sailcloth is available
in bright hues of green, blue,
brown, orange, and yellow.
Denim, too, has been dressed
up, almost beyond recognition. A
full white denim evening skirt,
decorated, with three huge wild
fishes, reminiscent of the popular
felt skirts, and scoop-necked pas-
tel denim evening blouses can be
purchased on campus.* '

SPRING versions of the colle-
giate shirt blouses are being shown
in short sleeves with the man-
tailoring. They are made in all
sorts of striped, polka-dotted and
"wierd-looking" printed materials.
Tight-legged toreador pants and
pedal-pushers are more "fierce"
than ever in bold striped or wild-
animal printed cotton. Shorts, too,
are gradually following suit along
the bolder lines.
Typical of the new shorts are
those with dark backgrounds
and brightly colored animal

prints. The shorts will continue
to be "very short" this year.
Contrasting the "fierce" look
are the fluffy "little-girl" nylon
blouses. Many cotton blouses, in
white and pastels, arecalso gener-
ously supplied with lace and ruf-
fles.
The one-piece bloomer playsuit
with the matching skirt is makirg
a reappearance this spring, follow-
ing the "little-girl" trend. Many
of them are also sold with match-
ing caps, overblouses, and jack-
ets.

Shorter Sleeve Length, New Clever Cut
Highlight Changes in Spring Coat Styles

By MARGARET STUTSMAN
The loose coat has made a num-
ber one place on the hit parade
again this spring but is styled with
freshness, taking shape through
a clever cut that results in a fash-
ionable compromise between the
extreme fullness of the past and
the more recent "string bean" line.
Biggest fashion news of all is
the shorter sleeve smartly cut at
the elbow or a little below.
One of the most exciting coat
categories for spring is a family of
shorties. These chic, practical

numbers come in a variety of
lengthg including the seven-
eighths coat, the three-quarters
coat and several cropped versions
like the Spencer jacket with em-
pire lines that stop short at the
waist. Semi-fitted, domed or flar-
ed, they are "news" in luxury fab-
rics.
The glamour coat with attach-
able jewel or mink collars makes a
dressy coat and a daytime cardi-
gan coat-all in one.
Pretty colors, fabrics and detail-

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ing are as much a part of the new
softness and femininity as are the
silhouettes of these spring coats.
The dropped shoulder line helps
to put the accent at the top
through seaming, yokes and arched
cuts. Seaming is deftly handled to
accent the rounded look and often
defines the important empire line.
The fabrics are soft and pliable.
Blends are used in great profusion
and have never been so stylish.
Silks combined with worsteds, al-
pacas, tweeds, cashmere mixes and
wools softened by fur fibers are all
among the textures that are now
available.
Rich colors flash across the fash-
ion picture, too. Navy and beiges
are popular as well as shades rang-
ing from pink to red such as
cameo, sparkling geranium.
FREE
DELIVERY SERVICE
9-10-11 EVERY EVENING.
Hamburgers, Sandwiches
Home-baked Pies and Cookies
DAIRY QUEEN PRODUCTS
.SEAN'S
SNACK SERVICE
Phone NO 8-6076

Once again THE COLLINS SHOPPE is filled with the
newest, smartest American fashions for SPRING into
SUMMER.
MAIN FLOOR SHOP
SUITS - Important in exciting new fabrics and styles.
COATS - Wonderful wools or orlons in all lengths.
DRESSES - Spring into Summer.. . new designs . . . new materials wear
them right away . . . on through Summer days ahead.
ACCESSORIES -- The loveliest way to complete your costume.
DOWNSTAIRS SHOP
COTTON DRESSES - Refreshing .,. . sophisticated . . . sanforized cottons
$5.95 to $17.95.
PLAY, CLOTHES - Important washable fabrics ... California colors..,
$2.95 to $10.95.
SWIM SUITS - Cole of California ... exclusively ours in Ann Arbor . .
styles and fabrics that are new and different $8.95 to $25.00.
BEACH ACCESSORIES - To glamorize your play life.
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fashion at your feet with
little touches of

white on polished navy
calf . . . skillfully
crafted shoes of the
finest leathers and
workmanship. A. Draped
halter strap pump,
piped in white. 16.95.
$. Medium heel suit tailleur,
buckled and stitched
with stark white. 16.95.
C. Welt-seamed plunging
opera pump, stitched
with white. 16.95.
Matching Handbags 13.50

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