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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1950

MICHIGAN'S 53RD HOMECOMING CELEBRATION:

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TRI-DELT WON FIRST- PLACE PROCLAIMING THAT WISCONSIN WILL SEE RED. THE ANIMAL IS A COW, AS INDICATED.
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Delta Delta Delta yesterday cop-
ped first place in the women's
Homecoming .display contest for
the second year in succession.
Sigma Phi Epsilon was awarded
first prize in the men's division.
SECOND prize winners were Al-
pha Delta Pi in the women's con-
test and Anderson House in the
men's. Anderson also garnered first
place in the East Quad contest.
Annexing third place trophies
in the all campus competition

classification and Tau Kappa
Epsilon in the men's.
Honorable mentions for women's
houses went to Martha Cook, Coti-
zen's Hall and Sigma Delta Tau.
In the men's class Phi Delta The-
ta, Pi Lambda Phi and Chicago
House each won honorable men-
tions. Chicago also tallied a first
in the contest at the West Quad..
* * *
DELTA DELTA DELTA mem-
bers transformed their front lawn
into a miniature barnyard, com-
plete with a real cow, to earn their

were Alpha Phi in the women's 4>first place women's trophy. The

cow, a grand champion bovine
from the Michigan State Fair, had
a sign above it reading "Wisconsin
will see red today and this is no
bull."
At the Sigma Phi Epsilon
house, a big hunk of "Wiscon-
sin cheese" formed the nucleus
of the first place display. A gi-
gantic Michigan player chopped
away at the cheese with a knife
labeled "Michigan Steel."
The display awas rounded out
with animated papermache mouse-
heads poking out of the cheese be-
low a sign reading "are you a
man or are you from Wisconsin."
ALPHA DELTA PI won its sec-
ond place cup in women's compe-
tition with a hybrid affair com-
bining the features of a Michigan
player and a ukelele. Recorded mu-
sic came from the background and
a slogan overhead told our team
"Uke'n Win Michigan."
A mammoth "reducing salon"
won the men's second prize for
Anderson House. The display
featured a large Badger getting
his "rose bowl" eliminated by
the reducing machine.
Alpha Phi's third place woman's
display applied Dali-type surreal-
ism to -the Homecoming theme.
Tau Kappa Epsilon won third in
the men's class with a Phoenix
Project theme of harnessing Bad-
gers "for peaceful purposes."
THE HERCULEAN task of judg-
ing the 80-odd contest entries was
performed by two crews of judges.
Ethel A. MacCormick, women's
social director; Marvin Felheim,
of the English department; and
Ivan W. Parker, assistant to the
Dean of Men, judged women's
entries.
Men's displays were surveyed by
Prof. Donald B. Gooch of the arch-
itecture and design college, Mrs.
Sarah L. Healy, acting Dean of
Women, and Prof. Shorey Peter-
son of the economics department.

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Photos by
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Story by
BOB KEITH

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