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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER" 22, 1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1954

Prepares

for

Annual

Homecoming

Festivities

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Dancing Gopher Scheduled

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Homecoming Display

-Daily-Lynn Wallas
"HOLD STILL, PLEASE!"-Alpha Delta Pi's, Roberta Johnson
and Sue Kaeppel, are preparing one of the "beauties" for the
Mud Bowl Queen Contest, which will be held at 9:30 a.m. to-
morrow.
Two Fraternities Will Hold
Traditional Mud Bowl Game

-Daily-Lynn Wallas
ABOVE-Students Assemble Gopher
LEFT-Unexpected Aid Received on Display Work

By LOU SAUER
Alpha Sigma Phi, winner of last
year's Homecoming display award,
is aiming for victory again in to-
morrow's contest.
Following their traditional policy
of keeping the display theme secret
until its completion and unveiling
on the last day, they would say
only that tomorrow morning their
front yard will be inhabited by a
giant Minnesota Gopher. She (they
intend to dress their creation in
feminine attire) will pirouette
gracefully to ballet music in the
style of "Nutcracker Suite". The
reason for this animal display of
classical art is still a mystery.
Bill Beckman, house chairman of
*Clean
*New
" Modern
$170 Jackson Rd. Ph. HA 6-8134
3-A Approval
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Homecoming, started last summer
to work on ideas. The members
of the house had discussion groups,
where many ideas were presented
and the best one was chosen.
"We have enough ideas for our
next three or four displays," said
one of the men as he attached an
arm to the paper-mache gopher.
Tubs of paste and boxes of old
newspapers 'set the scene for a
night of rigorous activity as mem-
bers mold chicken wire into arms,
head and body and cover it with
flour and water soaked papers.
Painting has not yet begun, and
the usual last-minute dash to fin-
ish in time seems inevitable. This
house is typical of the many oth-
ers who will be putting their dis-
plays into winning shape late into
the night.

By SUE GARFIELD
For the fifteenth year, the tra-
ditional Mud Bowl game between
Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Alpha
Epsilon fraternities will be held at
9:30 a.m. tomorrow on the corner
of South University and Washtenaw
Ave.
Mud Bowl games have been held
annually on the morning of the
Homecoming Game since 1936, ex-
cept during the war years.
This year, a new trophy featur-
ing a golden football on a pedestal
will be the "goal" of fraternity
players and their sorority sponsors.
The game was tied last year 13
to 13, although the Phi Delts kept
the trophy because of their victory
in 1952.
Traditionally, Kappa Alpha Theta
sorority sponsors the. Phi Delts and
Collegiate Sorosis leads cheers for

the SAE's. The two sororities will
play a soccer game at half-time.
The winner of half-time festivities
will alsobe awarded a new rotat-
ing trophy.
Queen Contest
A new addition to the Mud Bowl
game, students will hold a Mud
Bowl queen contest, with a frater-
nity member being sponsored by
each of the campus sororities. En-
tries may be from any fraternity
and will be judged on feminity, ori-
ginality and typical "coed dress."
Judges for the queen contest will
include Wrestling Coach Clifford
P. Keen, Dr. 'William M. Brace of
the public health department, and
Dean of Men Walter B. Rea. The
winner will be picked before the
game, amid cheers from the spon-
soring sororities.
Jim Bradley will coach Sigma
Alpha Epsilon for the second year
straight year while Rusty Swaney
is the coach for Phi Delta Theta.
Refereeing the contest will be Har-
ry Ellis and another former var-
sity player.
Between halfs of the sorority soc-
cer game, the SAE and Phi Delt
marching bands, made up of the
pledge classes, will perform.. Last
year approximately 1,500 students
attended the traditional Mud Bowl
game. In case of rain, the festi-
vities will not be held.

Guide to Displays
Alpha Chi Omega ........................"Lost in the Blues"
Alpha Delta Pi ....................."DialMichigan'For Murder"
Alpha Epsilon Phi ............................."Season to Win"
Alpha Gamma Delta ............."Michigan Sportsmen Say Whales
Gho-pher Gophers"
Alpha Omicron Pi ..........................."Sweep 'Em Up"
Alpha Phi ..........."Minnie's the Time They've Been Moused"
Alpha Xi Delta ................ ........."Argyle Sock Minnesota"
Chi Omega .................."This Will Be a Hare-Raising Event.
Watch Our Team Hop To It"
Collegiate Sorosis ............"Michigan, Always One Jump Ahead"
Delta Delta Delta........,,........"Michigan Scalps Minnie-HaHa"
Delta Gamma .....,................. ."Our Guys Will Sock 'Em"
Delta Phi Epsilon ..... ,............."Block Minnesota"
Gamma Phi Beta ..............................."Fini For Minnie"
Kappa Alpha .Theta .......... ...."Winnie Says Poo to Minn."
Kappa Delta ................"Oh, It Was Sad"
Kappa Kappa Gamma............."Let's Run 'Em Ragged"
Pi Beta Phi ........"Looks Like We're Going to Dunk 'Em, Don't It"
Sigma Delta Tau .......... .........."Grill 'em on the Grid"
Alice Lloyd Hall ....... ...... ..........."Go, Michigan"
Betsy Barbour House .. ...... ......."Out to Lunch"
Chicago House ................ "Michigan Go-pher Minnesota"
Couzens Hall ........................ "Put the Gophers in the Hole"
Geddes House .............................."Let's Clean 'em Up"
Helen Newberry Residence ..........."Minnesota Will be Going Out
Like Bermuda Shorts"
Henderson House "We Like Our Jello Minnesota Style, WHIPPD"
Jordan Hall ............."Let's Cream the Other Team"
Martha Cook ................"The Wolverines could not be spoofed,
the gallant little Gopher goofed"
Mosher............................"They were doing the Mambo"
Prescott House ..........................."Pulling the Jug Home"
Stockwell Hall .............................. "It's in the Jug"
Tyler House....................."We Have Minnie by the Tail"
Victor Vaughn House............"Let's Take Minnie for a Ride"
Anderson House and Adelia Cheever.."Golden Gophers, our specialty"
Cooley House ................... The Gopher Trophy Room"
Greene House ................"Michigan Wreclamation Company"
Hinsdale House .........."Hit the Gopher and Win a Brown Jug"
Hayden House ..........."Homer Hayden Saves the Day"
Strauss House ....................... . "Mighty Michigan Motive"
Adams House........................"This Time 'Go Fer' Broke"
Allen Rumsey House .........................."One for the Road"
Lloyd House ..................................."Abstract Design"
Michigan House.............."I Want to Go Back to Michigan"
Wenley House ................."Michigan Presents Dior's Fashions"
Williams House ........................"Michigan Beats Minn."
Winchell House ............"Us Michigans Hate You Minnesotas"
Gomberg House ......................................"Rah, Rah"
Kelsey House...................."Boot for the Gophers"
Huber House ............"We're going to make mince meat of Minn."
Taylor House .................."I wish we had our jug back 'cuz Pa
can't lay there another year"
Scot Houe............. ."They've had a year to chug-chug,
Now let's make them pass the jug!"
Van Tyne House ........ ..........."Ride 'em Down"
Reeves House ..............................."Rose Bowl Bound"
Acacia .................................."Argyle's Will Get 'em"
Alpha Delta Phi.............."Beatthe Pants off the Gophers"
Alpha Epsilon Pi ...................................."Ballerina"
Alpha Sigma Phi................................"Top Minnesota"
Alpha Tau Omega ........................."Rol Over Minnesota"
Beta Theta Pi ............................"Minnesota Falls'
Chi Phi ......................................"Out of This World"
Chi Psi ...................... ."Give Minn. a Merry-Go-Round"
Delta Chi ........................"Michigan Rains Over Minnesota"
"Delta Kappa Epsilon ."I Dreamed
I Beat Minnesota in My Maiden-
form Bra"
Delta Sigma Phi .."Dial 'M' for
Murder"
Delta Tau Delta ...."Can't Keep
Up With Michigan"
See HOMECOMING, Page 8

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