unprintable words on them. "What we wanted to do here, at this store more than our Tecumseh store, was have men's gifts," says Roberts, who opened June 1 on Main Street in the space vacated last year when Sixteen Hands moved to Kerrytown.
If anyone can turn shopping for knickknacks, thank-you cards, and wrapping paper into a popular male pastime, it might be Roberts, who may not even need the male-themed merchandise once word gets out that her father is Greg Mattison, U-M's defensive coordinator.
Do men hang around, hoping to waylay Mattison for some insider gossip on how he intends to replace his three seniors on the front line, or to get odds on beating MSU this year after four straight losses?
"If they do, there's a good chance that they will run into him," Roberts allows. "He's been here every day since we've been open, and his office is right down the street."