Page 6 - The Michigan Daily - Monday, October 28, 1985
(Continued from Page 1) For the third year in a row, Triangle
called "Jazz Age" that depicted won the float contest.
Roaring '20s bar scene, complete with Hundreds of onlookers lined S.
a keg and a bartender. University, State Street, and N. Un-
South Quad Residence Hall entered iversity as the parade passed by.
"Barnstormers - The Blue Baron Eastern Michigan University student
Starts to Soar." A huge maize and Ron Coletta, who stood and watched
blue fighter plane dominated the rear on S. University, said he "just sort of
of this float, and an Indiana football stumbled on (the parade), and
player was wrapped around a thought I'd hang around and check it
goalpost on the front. out. It looks pretty good."
THE THIRD float, created by THE PROCESSION turned off N.
members of Triangle Fraternity, University at the Natural Sciences
freatured Felix the Cat the theme of Building, and headed for the Diag,
Homecoming. Pulled by an old where about 200 people had gathered
fashioned ambulance, this entry spor- for the pep rally.
ted a gigantic trombone-playing Felix Alumni cheerleader Newt Loken led
and the caption, "Felix and the Gang the rally with energetic cheers that
say 'Jazz it up."' prompted at least one student to say
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akes a comeback to old traditions
he was "a little out of hand, but fun-
"We feeeeel good - Oh we feel so
good. Yeah!" Loken cried repeatedly
from his post on the steps of the
graduate library. He encouraged the
crowd to join in the marching band's
performance of "The Victors,"
cheering "louder, come on LOUDer!"
When the band stopped playing,
Loken shouted, "Oh that band is much
too much, that band is much too
BUT FOOTBALL coach Bo Schem-
bechler stole the spotlight when he
and team captain Mike Mallory gave
the pep talk. Mallory, whose father
coaches the Hoosiers, had a special
message to the crowd: "I'd just like to
tell my dad - 'We'll kick your but-
A four-man group from the band
won the Michimaniac contest with a
song they wrote and performed about
the four men who have directed the
In contrast to the pep rally, Friday
night's bonfire on Elbel Field was a
rather low-key affair. Anticipation
rose among the some 350 bundled-up
watchers when the field lights were
doused and kerosene was poured
around the base of the 2-foot teepee-
like structure. The crowd gathered
closer when bonfire committee
chairman David Wynne set it afire.
One man shouted "Burnin' dwon the
house!" others just "oohed" and
"aaahed" at the sight of flames that
climbed more than 30 feet into the air.
Thousands of people turned out for
the annual Mudbowl the next mor-
ning. This year Sigma Alpha Epsilon
triumphed over the Phi Delts, 12-0, af-
ter intercepting passes and other
swift moves. At one point a bench
clearing brawl broke out between the
two teams over a squabble after the
Phi Delts completed their first pass
BUT THE highlight of the Mudbowl
for many in the crowd was the hand
style "soccer" game played by two
sororities during halftime.
The women of Kappa Alpha Theta
and Chi Omega played without the
bandanas their fraternity brothers
wore to protect their hair, and soon
Daily Photo by MATT PETRIE
The Friars entertain the pep rally crowd Friday with the song "Silhouet-
were covered completely in green-
brown mud. They slid in the muck,
pushed each other over, and hooked
arms around their opponents' necks in
"I think they're great," said LSA
senior Jeff Hayes, "The girls don't
hold anything back. They're more ex-
citing than the guys."
The Thetas scored the only goal to
win the halftime game. In mock
disgust, the women of Chi Omega
knocked their SAE coach into the
mud, face first. The Thetas, too,
wound up in the ankle-deep sludge
when they toppled over during a
group victory hug.
Staff writer Philip Chidel filed a
report for this story.
Students march in Phillipines protest
MANILA, Philipplines (AP) -
About 7,000 farmers and students
vowing to avenge the police killing of
two student protesters marched
yesterday on -the palace of President
Ferdinand Marcos, but riot troops
blocked them off several hundred
"Blood for blood ... a life for a life,
that is a promise," the marchers
chanted before setting fire to effigies
of Marcos and Uncle Sam.
THEY WERE accompanied by a
jeep carrying the flag-draped coffin of
17-year-old Emmanuel Lazo, a
student killed last Monday when
police fired on rock-throwing demon-
strators at a city intersection.
Another student, Danilo Valcos, 18,
who was shot in the head at the
demonstration, died of his wounds
Many protesters were members of
the leftist nationalist group Bayan,
which means country.
Riot troops barricaded a bridge
leading to Marcos' residence with
barbed wire and firetrucks, preven-
ting marchers from getting closer
than 330 yards to the palace.
A Handful of soldiers watched.the
hour-long protest from the other side of
the bridge while most of the troops
stood by in a side street. The
protesters withdrew after an hour o
speeches denouncing Marcos' 20-yea
Bayan Secretary-General Lean
Alejandro, a student leader, told the
crowd that Manila police Chief Big.
Gen. Narciso Cabrera was "a demon
worse than the devil himself."
Daily Photo by MATT PETRIE
A member of the Delta Epsilon fraternity sledge hammers a beat-up Nova on the Diag Friday. He was taking
part in the annual Evans Scholar Car Bash.
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