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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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K Individuality
Is Their
Beauty
T ALL DE ENDS where you
plal the emphasis-on what
you wear i on who you are.
Tag ,mot interesting and at-
trace girls on campus dress with
a flai that enhances their person-
alities, Tlair clothes are appeal-
mg, but what they wear never
dominates the girl.
Fashion magazines have their
place, bM the really well-dressed
girl nev ar sears by them. Fash-
ion msgazines are never able to
say wlqt looks right on you, as an
indivi -- and that distinction
means the difference between a
nice al earance and a striking ap-
peararce.
HE GTRLS we have assembled
on tis and the following
page are 11 distinct personalities,
and they %ever let their attire ob-
scure th 'fact. They wear clothes
that are suitable to them, as a
consequence making the most of
their indiiiduality.
It isn't easy to say just what will
enhance a girl and bring her into
focus. Often it Is more than trial
and error, but a deeper matter of
knowing yourself. To dress to your
personality, you have.to find your
personality.
But theygirls bordering these
pages have it-arid the result is
six well-turned out'coeds.

SERENE-Donna Greenspoon, a senior in art education, has a
classic, well-ordered look-and her clothes match it. Here she
wears a favorite of hers: grey flannel box jacket suit bound in
striped grosgrain.

-Daiy-Chuck Kelsey
SPORTY-Sandy Hoffman leans back in a bulky-knit sweater of
her own making. The political science major, now a senior, dresses
casually with a distinctiveness all her own. White and red plaid
skirt topped with white sweater.

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MEN S QaSHOES
combine comfort and good looks

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-.Daiy-Chuck Kelsey
RIEFLECTVE--Cynthia Vary is one of the Law School's more en-
tiing offerings. Her clothes, here a black sweater with black-
checkered skirt, alw'-ys set off, never detract from er striking
appearance.

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