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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIFE

Pi Phi, Alpha Xi Win in Grid Clashes

Paul LaVoie To Provide Music
For Engineers' Slide Rule Ball

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* * * *

Alpha Xi Delta Reigns Supreme
In Breakf east Bowl' Skirmish

W
Wives' Club

By PAT BROWNSON
Women's touch football was at
its most hilarious Sunday morn-
ing before a crowd of more than
fifty persons in Burns Park when
Alpha Xi Delta downed Alpha Chi
Omega, 19-0, in what has been
referred to among other names
as the "Breakfast Bowl" game.
A large rooting section of fa-
thers, who were in town for the
traditional fathers' weekend of
both sororities, cheered loudly for
the teams, who met Sunday in the
first of an annual series of tilts.
h"Victorious Alpha Xi's are said to
have added a large -economy size
box of a popular breakfast cereal
to their trophy collection as they
bragged of an undefeated, untied
and unscored-against season.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The Sun-
day morning game was the only
one played by the Alpha Xi's
this year.)
Mary Lou Hook, star half-
back, led the Alpha Xi's to vic-
tory by scoring all three touch-
downs. One of the fathers re-
marked "If Bennie Oosterbann
sees Mary Lou's punting and
ball-carrying; Teninga is going
to be out of a job."
Alpha Chi's came prepared for
any emergencies by bringing
along a team physician, Dr. C. C.
Pills, attired in a white surgeon's
coat and'cap. Spys report he was
one of the Alpha Chi fathers.
AT ONE point of the game as
a player lay sprawled on the field,
Dr. Pills dashed to the rescue
with his large black suitcase, open-
ed the case and fumbled through
a bunch of clothes until he found

his first aid kit. In the meantime
another father rushed over with a
tire pump to administer artificial
respiration.
Cheerleaders were active on
both sides, even to the point of
cheering the referees for pen-
alizing the other team. One
spectator expressed fear that
the team members might be
penalized for delaying the game
by powdering their noses in the
huddle.
Star Alpha Chi halfback Marty
Armstrong who broke away for
some long runs, lost her determin-
ed expression only by screaming
whenever she was tackled.
ONE OF the ends when chided
by the coach for letting her op-
ponent get around her said "But
she's so big, she pushes me."
Alpha Chi uniforms were blue
jeans, plaid shirts and bandan-
as, while Alpha Xi's wore jeans,
Michigan sweatshirts and ban-
danas.
Although the coaches, Chuck
Emery for Alpha Chi and Pete
Palmer for Alpha Xi, shouted in-
structions from the sidelines, they
resisted the impulse to dive for
loose balls or tackle any opposition
players who broke away.
Alpha Chi supporters attributed
their defeat to the fact that Al-
pha Xi's took an unfair advantage
of them by practicing before the
game.
It is all right to use a cuticle
cream atop polish; it is all wrong
to put polish on a creamed sur-
face; it just won't stick. If you
will buff your nails before put-
ting on the lacquer, it will stay
smooth and even longer.

-Daily-Lmanian
AN EXCITING MOMENT-There were many such thrills and
action-packed moments in the annual Pi Phi-Tri Delt "Powder
Bowl" Game, as the Pi Phi's edged out their opponents 8-6.
* * * *
'Powder Bowl' Crowd Sees
Pi Phi's Vanquish Tri-Delts

To Present
MaleQuartet
Willow Village Wives' Club will
play host today to the Singing
,entinels, a well-known quartet of
male singers from a national auto-
mobile corporation.
The group organized just previ-
ous to Pearl Harbor, and has since
traveled about the country singing
before civic clubs and giving sev-
eral concerts.
The program for the evening
will be varied, including spirituals,
old American folk songs, classical
and modern compositions, but the
quartet will render the old favor-
ites, mainly those songs that never
grow old.
After the program refreshments
will be served in the lounge, ac-
cording to Mrs. J. E. Doums, re-
freshment chairman.
* * *
Women who signed up to model
for the Marti Walker Fash-
ion Show are requested to attend
a rehearsal meeting at 8 p.m.
Thursday at the University Com-
munity Center.
It is stressed by Mrs. John Grun,
chairman of the style review that
only those women who attend this
meeting will be eligible to be in
the show.
* * *
A regular meeting of the Sim-
mons school board will be held to-
morrow evening.
The main topic on the agenda
for dicussion will be the special
coming election concerning a
transportation fund.
Faculty Women
To Hold Meeting
The Faculty Women's Club will
hold its first general meeting from
3 to 5 p.m. today in the ballroom
of the Michigan Union.
The open house will provide an
opportunity for wpmen of thie
campus to meet old friends and to
welcome newcomers.
Arrangements have been made
for members to sign up for the
group activities they wish to par-
ticipate in and to pay dues.

Michigan engineers will present
their twenty-firstannualpSlide
Rule Ball from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday, Nov. 19 in the Masonic
Temple.
The ball's theme will hark back
to the "Good Old Days" when the
lawyers and the engineers held an-
nual dances on the same night.
Each group sought to break up the
The penalty will be paid at
high noon tomorrow on the
Diag. Passers by will be invited
to take part in the executions,
according to Slide Rule Ball
publicity chairman, Al Forman.
other's dance. In recent years most
violence at the dances has subsid-
ed, but the friendly rivalry re-
mains.
Music for the evening will be
provided by Paul Le Voie and his
orchestra. La Voie and band,
'though not recognized as one of
the top names in the music world
is nevertheless one of the most
widely heard aggregations in the
ccpmtry.
Senior Project
Petitions Due
In Two Weeks
Petitions for the new Senior
Project will be due at 5 p.m., Fri-
day, Nov. 24, in the Undergraduate
Office of the League.
Women who will be away for
that week-end are asked to turn
in their petitions before leaving.
Information on petitioning may be
obtained from members of the in-
terviewing council.
Senior Project positions open for
petitioning are: general chairman,
assistant chairman, ticket chair-
man, patrons and invitation chair-
man, publicity chairman and dec-
ocrations chairman.
The chairman and the director
of last year's JGP, Ginny Camp-
bell and Betty Jo Faulk, will work
together as co-chairmen of the
entertainment.
Specific duties of the chairmen
will be posted in the Undergradu-
ate Office Nov. 16 through Nov. 25.
Interviewing will be held on Nov.
28, 29 and 30. Seniors may sign
up for interviews in the Under-
graduate Office of the League be-
ginning tomorrow.

The reason for theband's repu-
tation of being heard and not'
seen is due to La Voie's profession,
that of popular music director at
WJR, one of Detroit's bigger radio
stations. Therefore, the band has
played engagements almost exclu-
sively over the air-waves.
Entertainment at the affair,
which will be formal optional, will
recall the days and ways of the
"Gay Nineties." A barber shop
quartet will be one of the features
which will be presented during the
old time review which will be giv-
en at intermission time.

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Leadership
Group Meets
The LeagueCouncil is sponsor-
ing a leadership training seminar
at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Kala-
mazoo Room of the League for
women interested .
The purpose of the meeting will
be to discuss the principles and
problems which are encountered in
the leadership of group meetings
and discussions. Dr. William D.
Norse of the School of Education
will conduct the informal group.
The presidents of all campus or-
ganized houses and members of
various councils are particularly
invited.

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Just
in time
for
PBall!
BEWITCHING
PARTY
DRESSES

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By BARBARA MOLYNEAUX
Several hundred people were on
hand Sunday afternoon to watch
the annual "Powder Bowl" game
between the Pi Beta Phi's and the
Tri-Delts, which ended in an 8 to 6
victory for the Pi Phi's.
This was the Pi Phi's third con-
secutive win in their games with
Delta Delta Delta and enabled
them to keep the 18 inch gold
trophy which has the scores of the
previous games engraved on it.
The Tri-Delts got off to a spir-
ited start by having a parade to
Burns Park before the game which
was led by the Sigma Phi Epsilon
band. Both the team and its sup-
porters cheered and sang all the
way down to the field.
PROMPTLY AT 3:30 p.m. the
game got under way with the Pi
Phi's receiving the kickoff. Before
the half-time whistle blew, the
Tri-Delts had twice held back their
opponents when they were in scor-
ing position.
During the second quarter,
Nan Byrnes, the Tri-Delts right
guard, blocked a Pi Phi punt on
a fourth down so the Tri-Delts
took over with 5 yards to go for
a TD. Virginia Correll, Tri-
Delt fullback, then ran around
right end to make the fist
score.
The Tri-Delts failed to make the
extra point and so the first half
ended with the score 6 to 0 and
the Pi Phi's on the losing end.
PI BETA PHI came through in
the third quarter with their first
touchdown, resulting from a 25
yard pass from Ellen VanWagoner,
fullback, to Janet Marshall, left
halfback, in the end-zone.
It looked as though the score
would remain tied up when the
Pi Phi kick was blocked for their
extra point. It wasn't until the
end of the fourth quarter that
the Tri-Delts fumbled in their
end-zone and the Pi Phis re-
covered for a 2 point safety. This
brought the score to Pi Phi 8,
Tri-Delt 6, which is the way it
ended.
Time-keepers and referees for
the "Powder Bowl" were Dick
Kempthorn, John Ghindia and
Reginauld Sauls. They issued sev-
eral off-sides, roughnesstand hold-
ing penalties, but on the whole
called it a "clean game."
DURING half-time the Sig Ep
band marched on to the field from
two opposite sides, and formed a
triangle, or Greek Delta, for the
Tri-Delts. They wore special
black coats and tin hats just to
keep it uniform.
After this the Pi Phi's and
their fathers (this was Father's
week-end at the Pi Phi house),
formed a huge circle on the field.
Meantime the teams were on
opposite corners of the field
getting some coaching hints
and a few drinks of water.
Coaching the Tri-Delt team was
Chuck Ritz, who, after the defeat
talked of nothing but coaching the
Tri-Delts to a victorious basket-
ball season.

Bill Crispen coached the Pi Phi's
to victory as he did last year. He
said that the Tri-Delt's two pla-
toon system looked mighty good,
but was still sure of his Pi Phi
teams.
All in all, 'the Pi Phi's gained
most of their yardage on the
Recognition Night
Petitions for Recognition
Night are due Saturday noon.
Interviews will be held from
Monday, Nov. 14, through
Thursday, Nov. 17 at the
League.
ground due to the excellent pass
defense turned in by the Tri-Delt
defense, and especially by Barbara
Averill, the Tri-Delt's defensive
quarterback.
Ellen Van Wagoner captained
the Pi Phi team and Barb Moly-
neaux was captain of the Tri-
Delts.

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