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W~bNEfA, APRI18, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Spring Dances
Will Highlight
Wekend Fun
Rain, Housecleaning
To Set Atmosphere.
At LittleClub, Union
Union Dance . . . e
Despite the wintry weather,
spring and its annual war against
the accumulation of dirt and dust
wil be heralded . at the "Clean
Sweep Ball" to be held from 9'
p.m. to midnight Saturday in the
Union Ballroom.,
Based on that annual task of
housewives, the infamous spring
housgcleaning, the dance will be
strictly on the informal side.
* * *
DECORATIONS will be based
upon the dirt and grime revealed
by the fresh atmosphere of spring.
It has been predicted that stu-
dents may even find themselves
practicing for the "tirade against
termites" with brooms and dust-
Srags at the dance.
Frank Tinker and his orches-
tra will provide the m sical at-
mosphere for the dance.
Admission will be $1.50 per
couple.
Little Club . .
There may be snow outside, but
it will be a spring night at tle As-
sociation of Independent Men's
"Little Club" which will be open to
students from 8:30 p.m. to mid-
night Friday on the second floor of
the League.
Honoring the month of rains,
Bob Leopold and his combo will
play such appropriate tunes as
"April Showers" and "Over the
Rainbow."
THOSE WHO tire of dancing
may rest at one of the many tables
at the edge of the dance floor, take
in the floorshow or pay a visit to
the "bar.".
AIM originated the club, now
entering its sixth week, to pro-
vide students with a night club
of their own, at which they can
either spend the entire evening
or else pass an hour or so after
the early movie.
Bob Leopold, one of the club's
founders, points out that the sup-
port of the students has enabled
the club to find a prominent spot
in the campus social calendar.
Admission for the entire eve-
ning is $1 per couple, but those ar-
riving after 10:30 p.m. will be ad-
mitted for 75 cents.

FROM OUT OF THE PAST:
Roman Life Furnishes New Fabric Designs

By LORRAINE BUTLER
The ancient Romans and the
events of Nero's day are responsible
for a new trend in women's fash-
ions.
By next fall it may be easily no-
ticed that women's wardrobes are
the result of designs whichhave
been inspired by Nero and his fel-
low Romans.
PRINTED FABRICS will be
shown with Roman slaves and
Praetorian guards in the design,
and thelnew colors will be appro-
priately named as "torchlight,"
"Bacchus wine" and "Roman
gold."
Seymour Burn, style director
of the textile company which re-
cently previewed 254 Roman-
inspired fabric designs, said that
this sudden trend came about
because they discovered that
Nero's day "so closely paralleled
our own."
"They even had a gladiator-fix
scandal similar to our basketball
scandal," said Mr. Burn.
* * '
THE FABRIC company cannot
control the styles that dress manu-
facturers create for the Roman
prints, but the spokesman for the
company said that they frankly
hope that there will be adapta-
tions of short togas, long tunics
and sports Jerkins bound with
leather thongs.
Mr. Burn said, "The Roman
trend will take up where Hawaii-
an prints leave off." He explain-
ed thatHawaiian prints will be
in the mass market by summer,
and Roman prints will start in
higher-priced clothes.
Just by a coincidence, the movie
"Quo Vadis" was being filmed in
Rome at the same time the textile
researchers were there looking in-
to Roman history.
* * *
"IT WAS Just one of those
things-saved us about a million
dollars worth of research," Mr.
Burn continued. He explained that

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED-Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Bialy of
Stamford, Conn., have announced the engagement of their daugh-
ter, Norma, to Dr. Jack Arnold Kohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Kohn of Trenton, N.J. Miss Bialy is a sophomore in the literary
college. Dr. Kohn received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D from the
University. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi
Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma and Sigma Gamma Epsilon. At present
he is on the staff of the research faculty, Department of Mineral-
ogy, and is also a consultant for the U.S. Bureau of Mines. No
date has been set for the wedding.
FEATHERED FROSH:
Indians' To Invade Campus

MGM turned its costume research-
er over to the textile company.
A display of Roman fabrics
is being released in connection
with the movie, but Mr. Burn
insisted that the designs would
have been created regardless of
the movie..
"You ust can't get away from
the similarity of the times. Nero
was the first new dealer," Mr.
Burn commented.
"HOWEVER every fashion de-
pends on some vehicle. The flapper
fashion can thank John Held, Jr.,
and the Gibson girl was created
by Charles Dana Gibson," Mr.
Burn went on to say.
He compared further the
Hawaiian print fad with the pre-
dicted trend in prints based on
the Roman society of a couple
thousand years ago.
"Esther Williams and those
swimming movies made Hawaiian
prints popular and now the movie
'Quo Vadis' will aid this fashion to
gain a stronghold in women's
wardrobes," Mr. Burn stated.
* * *
ONE OF THE new prints has a
torchlight (orange) background
and bright green "triumph chains"
winding through a design of
Roman imperial eagles and stan-
dards of the Praetorian guards.
Another pattern is a combina-
tion of broken columns and
Coffee Hour
Set forToday
A student-faculty coffee hour
will be held at 4 p.m. today in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
Coffee and cookies will be served
at the coffee hour which will honor
the School of Business Administra-
tion. Cards and recorded music
will help provide an informal at-
mosphere.
The purpose of the coffee hours
is to help promote a better rela-
tionship between the faculty and
students by offering an opportuni-
ty for the students to meet their
professors on an informal basis.
Although the business adminis-
tration school is being honored,
Pat Olsen, chairman of the stu-
dent-faculty coffee hours stressed
that any student or faculty mem-
ber is invited to attend,
Assisting Miss Olsen in prepar-
ing for the coffee hours are Harvey
Howard, Harry Newman, Renee
Pregulman and Diana Khoury.

gladiator belts. The patterns will
be put on cottons, rayons and or-
Ions and featured in a variety
of new and old color combina-
tions.,
A few trial styles have been de-
signed in the thoroughly Roman
flavor, with the longer waistline,
wide belts, and other features
which the research experts have
discovered.
It is predicted that women will
gradually discover the lines and
designs are to their liking and by
next year Roman clothes will be
seen often.

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"Red-blooded American In-
dians" will invade the campus at
the Maize Team's presentation of
Frosh Weekend, "Make Mine
Moccasins," to be presented from
9 p.m. to midnight Saturday,
April 28, in the League Ballroom.
Heralding the "redskins' " return
to the limelight, members of the
ancient Maiziguama tribe will
Seniors May Purchase
Announcements Now
Students in the literary, en-
gineering, education and business
administration schools may pur-
chase graduation announcements
from 2 to 5 p.m. today, tomorrow
and Friday in the lobby of the Ad-
ministration Building.
Students in other colleges may
purchase them at their respective
school offices.

visit their old stomping grounds,
the Diag, at noon today and next
Wednesday.
On these occasions, the tribe
will present novel arrangements of
war dances designed for the
amusement of lunch-bound stu-
dents.
In honor of the big chief of the
Maiziguamas, who will make his
theatrical debut in the floorshow
of "Make Mine Moccasins," mem-
bers of the Maize Team will trans-
form the League Ballroom into a
setting which will make the chief
feel right at home.
Tepees, totem poles and bon-
fires will provide the background
for couples dancing to music pro-
vided by Ted Smith and his or-
chestra.
Tickets for the dance will be
$1.50 per couple, and they may be
purchased this week and next at
the ticket booth on the Diag.

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WAA Notices
Song Leaders - Lantern Night
song leaders will meet at 5 p.m.
today in the large lounge at the
WAB.
Archery Club--Reorganizational'
meeting of the Archery Club for
this semester will be held at 5
p.m. today at the WAB. New and
old members are invited to at-
tend.

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