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butter. $16.95 is the price for this.

The Prep Shop. 12 Chambers
Sheet, has expanded its efficient
services to Prep School -boys and
their mothers by expanding down-
ward to include almost any
mother's son of them who wants
the easy nonchalance of good classic
clothes that look expensive but
aren't. Sizes here start at 10, and
the particular charm of this place
to this reporter is that most of the
things sized 10 can also be found
in size 39, which uncomplicates a
situation that in the last few weeks
has been rife with toddler's, in-
fants, chubby and "twixt-teen"
complications.

Seriously, though there are won-
derful washable rayon robes here
in clan plaids or solid colors in all
sizes. 10 to 20. Also washable are
cotton flannel shirts in enough col-
ors, checks, plaids or etc. to choke
an elephant, let alone a young man
who might have trouble making up
his mlna. These are $2.95.

The same idea in corduroy comes
in i wonderful tattersall or small
check . . . pops over the head like
.i nightshirt and is new looking at
$3.95. Any of these shirts come in
more of those same lovely uncompli-
cated sices from 10. Swedish sweat-
ers knit by machine, but with the
traditional symbols and colorings
come in either small boy or prep
versions for as little as $4.95, and
we think look well with the khakis
or jeans that this shop favors for
school.

Distinctly prep is one of the best

looking Harris-tyi weed jackets

We've seen: Brooks in cut and nota-
ble for $27.95. To weai with this
are washable gabardine slacks in
beige, brown or navy that could
i ah the bank at $6.9E And
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