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WVEDlNES!DAY, JTJTY'A,r9 150

THE MICHIGAN DTAILY

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Wardrobes May Be Stretched
By Juggling Skirts, Blouses
Fashion Writers Advise "Sew Your Own
For Useful, Inexpensive College Clothes

"If I only had some more
clothes!" - "I haven't a thing to
wear!" - How many times have
you echoed these words?
The way to make a few clothes
look like a number of different
and attractive outfits is to juggle
skirts and blouses. Sew your own,
too, if you are looking for some-
thing inexpensive and exactly like
you 'want it.
A LIMITLESS VARIETY of cos-
tumes can be achieved by mixing
separates and using fabrics.
College women were the first
to discover the easy way to
stretch a wardrobe. Now every-
one is Juggling skirts, blouses
and Jackets.
One fashion writer describes a
few of the latest ideas for "mix-
ing."
A YELLOW wool jersey blouse
is a good combination with a
brown skirt, and with a new kind
of leopard fabric, with gray or
Picnic Supper Tomorrow
At WAB To Entertain
Coed Graduate Students
The Department of Physical
Education for Women will enter-
tain women graduate students in
physical education at a picnic sup-
per planned for 6:15 p.m. tomor-
row at the Women's Athletic
Building.

black or brown or green, she writes.
Its flip-up collar looks pretty with
a collarless weskit.
A tailored skirt with} be
patch pockets cut on the.:bias
can be made of plaid or ehks
or gray flannel to wea-with
tailored blouses.
Dressy blouses in crepe, taffeta,
or satin look well with a faille
suit, or a matching skirt you can
make yourself for an afternoon or
date dress.
DON'T BE AFRAID to experi-
ment. Fabrics have much to say
about what is suitable for a cer-
tain occasion. Sheer shirts and
skirtshave been seen at the best
parties this summer.
Newest of the tiny toppers -
a narrow box jacket, very slight-
ly fitted at the waistline, goes
perfectly with this season's
straight skirts.
Use your imagination when it
comes to the material. Some sug-
gestions are a solid flannel, a
bold plaid, tiny checks, multicol-
ored stripes or tweed. It could
be lined with a brilliant shade
matched to a favorite skirt.
* * *
A THREE-PIECE outfit goes to-
gether as a jumper and blouse.
Separate it and you have a fitted,
hip-length jerkin to wear with
straight skirts; a tailored skirt;
and a six-panel skirt gathered all,
around.
Gray flannel makes a fine foil
for bright blouses and jackets.

A SOFT TOUCH:
Style News Headlines Velvet;
Taffeta Will Be Featured, Too
Velvet is the latest word in picks up a tone of lightweight
fashion news. wool plaid.
Velvet or velveteen trim for When Fall classes begin, coeds
cuffs, collars and bodice inserts will wear wool plaid, collared and
are high fashion details for late belted in velveteen.
summer and early fall. A dash of Copper taffeta is "the thing"
velvet will give distinction to fall opprtaffettis ts thig
wardrobes. for party prettiness. Its full skirt
with high flared flounce is worn
It will be worn with tweed, per- much shorter than last year's,
sey and flannel. And it will ap- while the plunging neckline may
pear for weskits, blouses, skirts be accented with a large pin or
and even complete suits. clip.
Taffeta is another up-and-com- Green-gold satin is another fav-
mg material. Taffeta plaid will orite fabric. Even the most formal
make its appearance again as a of bare-shouldered evening dress-
gay accent for bright wool persey. es has a short skirt this season.
Evening and party dresses will For dancing wear sophisticated
have shorter skirts than last green faille or taffeta with a low
year's. There will be very full "bathing-suit" neckline and full,
flounces and some "bathing-suit" four-gored skirt. A different look
necklines among them, can be achieved by adding an
A velveteen collar and pocket overskirt of lace gathered on a
details make much of a slim suit velvet band - and there you have
dress, particularly when the color two party dresses in one.

BETROTHAL REVEALED-Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Edward Wilson
of Ann Arbor have announced the engagement of their daughter,
Mary Bethany (Molly), to Samuel James Eldersveld, son of Mrs.
Samuel P. Eldersveld of Muskegon and the late Rev. Mr. Elders-
veld. The bride-elect is a graduate of the University.. Dr. Elders-
veld, an assistant professor in the political science department.

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BAIRGAIN
SALE
Visit our Bargain Book Table.

Available for the first time-this most attractive and
unusual novelty for every student of the University of
Michigan. The music movement, which plays the most
popular of all college songs, has been imported from
Switzerland exclusively for students and alumni of the
University of Michigan. The handsome cigarette box is
made of dark mahogany-the finish is hand rubbed. Avail'-
able only by mail: $8.95 Postpaid.
Order your music box today. Send your address and
check or money order to:
The John A. Hale Company
521 North Van Buren Street Bay City, Michigan

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Our Entire Stock of Late Spring and Summer Merchandise
Drastically Reduced for this Bargain Event!

Come in This Week for a person-
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WAHW -ltS
UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE
316 South State Street
"Michigdn's Oldest and Most Complete Bookstore"

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Coats and Suits
LONG AND SHORT COATS - WOOL SUITS
1/2 PRICE

Summer Suits
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRAND
Were to $22.50
$17.50

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DRESSES
Plain and printed crepes, sheers, rayon jerseys, nylons, shantungs and many other fabrics.
Better Dresses (including formal and dinner dresses)

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Store full of BARGAIN DAY SPECIALS
Also includes annual Half-Year Clearance
Includes group of "SPECIAL PURCHASES"
PREVIEW of Fall Merchandise
OPENING of NEW Sportswear Department
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SKIRTS
One group reduced
for immediate clearance

SWEATERS
One group-i00% wool
pullover styles. White
and colors. To $10.95.
$5.

BLOUSES
One group reduced
for immediate clearance

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200... $5 - $7 - $8
values to $14.95
200 ....$11- $13
values to $29.95

COTTON DRESSES
PRICED IN FOUR GROUPS
$5 -$8 - $10 - $15

Group of Better Summer Cottons

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SUITS
White, maize, powder blue,
dusty pink, and light grey.
Now $20

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Cottons - Rayons - Novelties
All colors - plains - prints - stripes

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other sale items which
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90. -$1.90 - $2.90
values to $5.98
60... $3.90-$4.90

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KLEINERT'S BEACH SHOES, formerly to $2.95 & $3.95... NOW $2.00
SWIM SUITS
FORMERLY PRICED $7.95 to $25.00
$6.50 - $7.95 - $9.50 - $12.50 - $15.00
GROUP OF FOLDING UMBRELLAS... Half Price
T-SHIRTS
CARDIGAN and PULLOVER STYLES in plains and stripes
Formerly to $2.25 . . . $1.50 Formerly to $2.95 ... $2.00 Formerly to $5.00. . . $3.00

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