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JANUARY 20, 1950

F THE MI WIGAN DAILY

PAGE FVA

erican Fashion Designers Make Predictions
Style of Feminine Apparel in New Year

Union To Hold Blue Book Ball Tomorrow

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York and Paris designers
olled recently by Virginia
i the New York Times and
to give their predictions
he fashion trends of 1950.
opinions of leading Ameri-
shion creators are as fol-

eras as the Victorian will be a
thing of the past." He also pre-
dicted great strides in the field of
fabrics.
That women will pay more at-
tention to the comments of men,.
is the opinion of Jo Copeland. "I
predict a future of elegance inI
dress. Above all, I foresee a revolt
against the effort to revive what
is old and ugly. The American

"American clothes will be con-
sistently younger as we advance
into the Fifties," said Maurice
Rentner. "The reviving of such

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woman is not a slavish follower
of the past.'
Anthony Blotta cited a greater
interest in simplicity and quality.
A;ecording to him, women will
dress with restraint during the
daytime and at night will resort
to the extremes of elegance.
"Garments will be lighter, they
will have a fluid line, in them one
will sense that women have free-
dom of motion," commented Paul~-
ine Trigere. ". . . women will want
their clothes to follow the natural
contours of their body."
"Women will be more honest in
their dressing," said Omar Kiam
of Ben Reig. He foresaw the end
of the day of extremes. "Now we
are in a period of normal evolu-
tion. There is no terrific demand
for a change or a definite sil-
houette."
Weddings &
Engagements
Gowans-Field
The engagement has been an-
nounced of Edith M. Gowans of
Edinburgh, Scotland to Arthur
Field of Royal Oak.
Since last spring Miss Gowans
has been administrative assistant
in the Office of Student Affairs in
charge of assignments to men's
residence halls.
Mr. Field is a graduate student
in the School of Business Admin-
istration and the resident advisor
of Prescott House in the East
Quad.
The couple will be married on
March 4 in Ann Arbor.
Porter-Stremmel
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Porter
of Ionia have announced the en-
gagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara Jean, to David H. Stremmel,
son of Mr. andsMrs. William H.
Meloan of Evanston, Ill.
Miss Porter is a graduate of the
University. Mr. Stremmel will be
graduated in February. He is af-
filiated with Acacia and Sigma
Delta Chi.
* * *
Koch-Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Arno Koch of De-
troit have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Vera to
Kenneth Weaver, son of Mrs.
Sara Ethel Weaver and the late
Harry A. Weaver, also of Detroit.
Miss Koch is a junior in the
literary college and is a member
of Alpha Chi Omega.
Mr. Weaver is also a junior in
the literary college.

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For a final fling before exam-
inations begin, students may at-
tend the traditional Blue Book
Ball from 9 p.m. to midnight to-
morrow in the Union Ballroom.
Professor Frank Tinker and his
"four-point" orchestra will play
against a background of giant blue
books.
* * *
ENTERTAINMENT will be an-
nounced by emcee Bob Atkins, an
active participant in campus the-
atrical productions.
The spotlight will be taken
by Beverly Olszynski during in-
termission. Accompanied by
Justine Votypka, she will imi-
tate Carmen Miranda, Nellie
Lutcher, Rose Murphy, Gracie
Fields and the Ink Spots.
A musical monologue, "The

Waltz," written by Dorothy Park-
er, will be given by Ginny Rob-
inson. To conclude the intermis-
sion entertainment the Zeta Psi
quartet will offer its renditions of
several popular songs.
* * *
DECORATIONS FOR the dance
are based on a strictly academic
theme. Black boards will deck the
,alls and blue books, of every
description will dangle from the
ceiling.
Amid a myriad of books a
studious ticket collector will
greet students as they enter.
The committee in charge of the
ball includes Ralph Rubb, gen-
eral chairman; Jeff Leigh, decora-
tions; Jack Heyer, publicity; Tom
Mills, entertainment, and Bob
Miller, programs.

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Coeds To Register
For Spring Rush
Women who plan to rush next
semester will register from 9 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15 in
the League Ballroom. The second
mass meeting will be held at 7:30
p.m. the same evening and rushing
will begin the next day.

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TICKET TAKER-Buried in his books, Raffee Johns will collect
tickets at the Union's Blue Book Ball tomorrow. This zealous
student who represents a typical "exam crammer" will remind
couples of approaching finals.
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ane Hall lounge. The Friends
oup will be in charge.
Exhibition halls of the Univer-
ty Museums will be open to all
udents and to the public Fri.,'
an. 20, from 7 to 9 p.m. Rotunda
hibit: "Invertebrate Life of the
pena Region, Michigan, three
undred million years ago." Nat-
al History motion pictures:
Reptiles," and "Frogs, Toads, and
alamanders" in Rm. 3024, Uni-
rsity Museums Bldg., 7:30 p.m.
nd again at 8:15 p.m.
estminster Guild Squirrel Cage
now Party. If no snow an in-
oors party. Meet in recreation
all at 8:30.
Wesley Foundation: 7:30 p.m.,
iuare Dancing in the Lounge.
wing your partner and learn the
lls.
Canterbury Club: 4-6 p.m. Tea
nd Open House for all students
nd their friends.
U. of M. Sociological Society:
pecial meeting Fri., Jan. 20, 3
n., 307 Haven Hall. Graduates
nd under-graduates urged to
me and bring suggestions con-
rning new plans for the Sociolo-
Department.
Sigma Delta Pi: Meeting to-
ght, 5:30, Masonic Temple (Lib-
ry, 3rd floor). Dinner guests
eed not arrive before 6:30.
German Coffee Hour: Fri., 3:15
30 p.m. League Cafeteria. All
udents and faculty members in-
ted.
Coming Events
Naval Research Reserve: Meet-
g Mon., Jan. 23, 7:30 p.m., Rm.
8, Angell Hall, Dr. James V.
eel, "The Program of the Atom-
Bomb Casualty Commission in
a~pan."
Inter-Arts Union: Meeting, Sat.,
an. 21, 2 p.m., 500 BMT. Inter-
sted persons welcome.

B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation:
Saturday morning services at 9:30.
Sports Night: IM Building, Sat-
urday evening, Jan. 21, 7:30 to
10. All faculty members, teach-
ing fellows, their families and
guests are invited. Swimming,
badminton, and volley ball.
Square Dancing: Every Sat. eve-
ning, at Jones School, 8:15-11 p.m.
p.m.
U. of M. Hostel Club.
Sat., Jan. 21, Saline Sleighride,
supper, dance. Leaders: Dorthys
Bell and Porter. Phone 5077. Meet
at 5:30 p.m. at side entrance of
Michigan League to drive to Sa-
line Hostel. Call for reservation.
Early evening sleighride and, or,
skating.

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