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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FIUD AY, A ll 29, 1998

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1951

Care Saves
Life, Looks
Of Clothing
Perhaps you'll never make Phi
Beta Kappa, but if you put a little
energy towards clothes care we
guarantee your Eye-Q will im-
prove immeasurably!
For top Eye-Quotient, start with
suit sense. Let them hang a day
or two between wearings to In-
crease their life-span as well as
the span of your budget. Also be
careful not \to stretch your suit
pockets by taking care not to over-
load them.
Coat hangers are simple gadgets
to work, so give one a try the next
time you take off your topcoat
instead of using the cloth hanger
in the coat neck. When sitting
down, always unbutton your coat;
this, too, will help preserve its
shape.
Use Tape on Hat
For a "head start" on grooming,
always put your hat away on a
flat surface rather than on a
hook. A soft brush or cloth is the
best 'aid in cleaning your hat and
you can keep the hatband from
staining by putting Scotch tape
inside the sweatband.
Too much heat can fuse plastic
collar stays, so remove them be-
fore having a shirt laundered. An-
other trick that will make your
shirts last longer is to turn the
collar down before tying your tie,
rather than after.
For space-saving as well as shoe-
saving, try stuffing your shoes
with socks when you're packing
for that long-awaited vacation.
The socks will serve the same pur-
pose as shoe trees.
Give Shoes a Rest
Shoes, like suits, will also last
longer if you give them a rest be-
tween wearings. Don't wait until
they're scuffed to polish them,
shining new shoes before wearing
will help preserve the surface.
You'll seldom have to take an
iron to your ties if you hang them
on a rack and let the wrinkles
fall out. When removing your tie,'
don't be lazy about it-untie the
knot instead of slipping it over
your head,
' If you're short on cash, don't
keep wearing a sweater until you
can afford the cleaners. The new
cold-water sweater soaps are cheap
and easy to use.
College men's budgets are not-
ably limited, but through careful,
care you can maintain a wardrobe
that will sea you through both
classes and dates in true collegiate
fashio nand be kind to your wal-
let at the same time.

FOR SPORTSWEAR, DRESS:
Plaid, Paisley, Solid Colored Vests Gain Popularity

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Although the days of the double-
breasted suit, matching vest, and
long watch chains are gone, vests
in bright colors and plaids are
high in fashion.
Popular for dress as well as
sportswear, vests come in bright
plaids, stripes or solid colors. Dark
green and red are favorite solid
colors while navy, red or yellow
dominate the plaids.
New this year is the paisley print
vest. With a solid color background
and back, it features small brightly
colored specks or figures on the
front.
Reversible Vests
R4eversible vests give the wearer
two styles in one. One side may
be a bold plaid while the reverse
is a more conservative solid color.
For the rugged appearance,
suede vests in brown, tan, or rust
are popular.
Vests with leather trim on pock-
ets increase the wearability, and
add the unusual.
The strictly tailored vests have

a belt across the back to adjust
the tightness in front and give
the neat appearance.
Last year's four-pocketed vests
have disappeared as the newer
two-pocketed styles take over. The
pointed fronts have also given
way to a straight front to add the
tailored look.
Introduces Waistcoat
The box cloth waistcoat with
lapels and brass buttons is a new
variation of the vest from England.
This gives the 'country gentleman'
look to any wearer.
Vests dress up any outfit and
appeal to comfort. Take off a suit
coat and the vest still makes the
outfit appropriate for any dressy
occasion.
Along with the vest, the sleeve-
less or vest sweaters are also pop-
ular. These v-neck sweaters come
in solid colors to brighten up any
outfit,
Both 'cardigan and slip-over
models are seen for cool spring and
summer wear.

-Daily-Norman Jacobs
VEATERS FOR SPRING--Popular spring styles include the sweater-jacket and the new "Pat
one" sweaters. "Pat Boones," made of lightweight wool, come'either sleeveless or long sleeved.
atured in the solid colors of beige, white, black, grey and red, they have contrasting guard stripe
ound the V-neck and down the front of the cardigan.
"at Boones," Bulky Knits Replace Crewnecks
. Men's Sweater Fashions For Spring

-Daily-George Keerer
VESTS ARE BACK-The paisley print vest has a plain back-
ground with a. fine print of contrasting colors. The belt in back
assures perfect fit for the strictly tailored look. This spring, vests
are shown with two pockets in the front.
SHAPELY
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Sport Shirts
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By SHARON KAHN
pring rushes in ... and so do
latest styles in men's collegiate
aters.
lthough Shetland wool crew-
k sweaters are still popular,
y are not on the spring fashion
That "bulky look" along with
so-called "Pat Boone" sweaters
hie news for spring!
omposing the bulky look cate-
r are the V-neck, cable stitched,
nis sweaters and the long-
ved, ribbed cardigan sweaters.
tennis cardigan is shown in
te with marroon and navy
rd stripes while the ribbed car-
an is being shown in charcoaled'
d colors.
ulky long-sleeved sweaters
e the advantage of not show-
wear at the elbows and prov-

ing more durable than light-
weight wool throughout the years.
Also extremely popular is the
"Pat Boone" sweater, named after
the collegiate recording star.
These, made of light-weight wool,a
come either sleeveless or long-
sleeved and are shown in beige,
white, black, grey and red with
contrasting guard stripes around
the V-neck and down the front
of the cardigan.
Light-weight wool sweaters and
sleeveless sweaters are especially
popular in the spring and summer;
months. Sleeveless sweaters pre-
sent a better appearance when
worn wito long-sleeved shirts in-
stead of short-sleeved.
Long-sleeved sweaters have the
"bell" sleeve, contrasted 'with the
tapered sleeve, which allows for
'greater freedom when playing golf,

or other sports. Bulky sweaters
have the conventional tapered
sleeves.
Especially for the windy weath-
er prevalent in Ann Arbor are the
sweater-jackets in worsted wool.
These corhe in smart window-pane
plaid skillfully tailored with the
rib-knit front closing pocket, cuffs
and waist trim and the imported
silver tone \buttons. They also have
the V-neck and the "bell" sleeves.
New fashion details such as
short sleeves, unusual closures,
yarn variations and decorative
trims are also being shown for
spring. One variation has a unique
shirt-like collar with added black
trim on the short sleeves and
waistband.
Light gray is still the most pop-
ular color for all sweaters with
beige running a close second.

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