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?EMAF, OCTOtER 26,1956

THE MCMGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1956 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PArĀ±w WW'i7V

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Housing Groups Prepare Homecoming Displays

Acacia............... ..................... It's In The Bag
Adelia Cheever.....................Minnesota Bows to Michigan
Alice Lloyd Hall . . ............ Hansel and Gretel Make Minnie Brew
Alpha Chi Omega ........................... A'Maize 'Em Blue
Alpha Chi Sigma.................................. Go Blue
Alpha Delta Phi .................. Brown Jug Brew for the Blue
Alpha Delta Pi .............. Mow, Mow, A Thousand Times Mow
Alpha Epsilon Phi .............. Michigan's Might Mouses Minnie
Alpha Epsilon Pi .............................Go Pher Broke
Alpha Gamma Delta... . ,............ Give Them The Go-Around
Alpha Omicron Pi .................... An Elephant Never Forgets
Alpha Phi .............. There Was An Old Man Who Won Little
Alpha Sigma Phi .......................... Michigan Goes Ape
Alpha Tau Omega .................... Jack And The Beanstalk
Alpha Xi Delta ........................ We Chews All But De-feet
Barbour ........................ Caught In The Maize And Blue
Beta Theta Pi .............................. What, Me Worry?
Chi Omega ...................................... Bowl 'Em Over
Chi Psi ........................................ As You Like It
Collegiate Sorosis Circus
Collegiate Sorosis...................The Greatest Show On Earth
Couzens Hall .......................................... Stew 'Em
Delta Chi .......................................... In Memoria
Delta Delta Delta ..........................Soap Suds Slaughter
Delta Gamma....................Maize Heads for Blue Skies
Delta Kappa Epsilon ...................... Minnesota Slaughter
Delta Sigma Phi .................. Thing Up Something, George
? Delta Sigma Pi ............ We've Turned This Place Upside-Down
But We Still Can't Find The Jug
Delta Phi Epsilon ........................ Down With Minnesota
Delta Tau Delta ...................... Everyone Wants To Cash In
Delta Upsilon .................. The Red, White, and 'Blue' Ballot
f EAST QUAD:
Anderson ...........................Michigan's Phoenix Project
Cooley ............................................ No Salvation
Greene ........................................ It's In The Book
H ayden ............................................... . Pressbox
Hinsdale..................................With A Little Bit
Prescott .............................. Let's Thrash Minnesota
Strauss .......................... .Michigan Carries The Load
Tyler .............................We've Got 'Em In The Jug
Evans Scholars 'Bury 'Em'
Evans Scholars ................................. Bury 'Em Deep
Fletcher Hall ..................................... To The Polls
Gamma Phi Delta .................... Minnesota-Out To Lunch
Geddes House ..................................Dear Minny . .
Henderson House ............................ Alas! Poor Gopher
Jordan Hall .................................We Panda Win
Kappa Alpha Theta ................................ Eloise Agrees
Kappa Delta ..............................We Go-Fer Stew
Kappa Kappa Gamma .................. Not A Ghost Of A Chance
Kappa Sigma .................. While Elvis Rocks, Michigan Rolls
Lambda Chi Alpha .... Minnesota Hasn't Got A Snowball's Chance'
Martha Cook .......................... Breakfast Of Champions
Mosher Hall ...................... What Loafers Those Gophers
Newberry ...................... We See, We Saw, We Conquered
Phi Delta Theta .................................... 'M' Sweeper
Phi Epsilon Pi.............................Phi Ep Piledriver
Phi Gamma Delta .................We'll Clean Up This Afternoor
Phi Kappa Psi.............By George, They'll Beat Those Gophers
Phi Kappa Sigma ...................................Bennie's Place
Phi Kappa Tau,........................ Bennie's Bloody Blokes
Phi Mu 'Convention'
Phi Mu .................................. Convention Dissension
Phi Sigma Delta .............................. Joining The Act
Pi Beta Phi ................... Minnesota, We Take These
Pi Lambda Phi .................................. Michigan Mobile,
Psi Upsilon... .......................... Bottle 'Em Up
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ................................Block 'M'
Sigma Alpha Mu .................... Michigan Is No Whistle Stop
Sigma Chi ............................ Michigans Favorite Dish
Sigma Delta Tau...................... ...Me And My Shadow
Sigma Kappa .......................... The Riddle Of The Sprinx
Sigma Nu .......................... Michigan Sinks Minnesota,
Sigma Phi .................................. Love's Labor Lost
Sigma Phi Epsilon ................ Minnesota Meets Its Waterloo
SOUTH QUAD:
Gomberg ............................Don't Fool With The Falcon
Huber ...................Michigan Gopher Roller{
Kelsey ...................... A Grim Fairy Tale That Came True
Reeves ................................ Michigan Dump Minnesoatf
Scott.U. of M. Athletic Plant
Taylor ..........Treadmill To Oblivion
Van Tyne .....................................Good Grief!
Stockwell .... Our Team-Spirit Thrives, Like A Cat With Nine LivesI
Tau Delta Phi ... This Wolverine Is Going To Have Roses For Dessertk
Tau Kappa Epsilon .............................Shot Down Again!

MARRIAGE IN THE AIR:
Parents Announce Engagements
Maurer-StromF
Mr. and Mrs. George Maurer of
Detroit announce the engagement
of their daughter Carol Marie, to
Calvin Ernest Strom, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Strom of Detroit.
and Mrs. Ernest Storm of Detroit.
Miss Maurer will graduate from
the School of Education at the
University in 1957.
Mr. Strom is a senior In engi-
neering here and a memberi of
Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.
The couple will be married in
fall of 1957 at the Detroit Grace
Presbyterian Church.
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-Daily-Charles Curtis
WIRE, WOOD AND WORK: Coeds prepare part of the Homecoming display that will adorn their
front lawn tomorrow. Similar work groups may be found at all housing units on campus as men
and women combine ingenuity, materials and "elbow grease" in an effort to come up with an ori-
ginal caricature and cop one of the annual trophies awarded at each year's Homecoming festivities.

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Theta Chi ............................................ Michident
Theta Delta Chi ............................ Damping Their Spirits
Theta Xi .................................... Pigskin Predictions;
Triangle .............................. Man With The Golden Arm
Trigon .................................. Gophers Meet The Press
Victor Vaughan House ........................ Shall We Dance?
WEST QUAD:
Adams ................Michigan Gopher Brew
Allen-Rumsey ............................ Michigan Strikes Again
Chicago House Sing
Chicago .......................................Michigan Songbook
Lloyd ...........................................Gopher Banquet
Michigan ........................................ Michigan's Still
Wenley ....................................Go-fer The Rosebowl
Williams .................... Strength From The Little Brown Jug
Winchell .............................BENNY Creates RON-enstein
Yost League House ................................ Gone Fishing
Zeta Beta Tau.............Nero Fiddled While The Gophers Burned
Zeta Psi ................................The Worm-ath Turned
Zeta Tau Alpha ...... Michigan Gonna Scoop 'Em 'Many-Sodas'
SAE, Phi Delts To Meet in 'Mudbowl'

German Sport
Will Speak To
By MARY BETH GODFROY
A new personality may be seen
on the campus next week, when
Mrs. Liesellott Diem, assistant dir-
ector of the Physical Education
School of Cologne, Germany, visits
the University.
Mrs. Diem has come to the
United States to attend a Recre-
ational Conference which is being
held in Philadelphia this month.
She has also included visits to
West Coast universities and George
Williams College in Chicago dur-
ing her stay in this country.
Mrs. Diem is active in the
League Committee
The Interviewing and Nomi-
nating Committee of the League
has chosen its fall committees.
New special projects member
is Joan Rodman and social
committee members. are Lenore
Fink, Barbara Holmberg and
Katherine Johnson. The new
permanent member of the
league house judiciary is Sue
Glober.
Executive secretary of Senate
is Nancy Bausch and the chair-
man of the house committee of
the League is Gertrude Scheib.
Junior Girls' Play transposer-
arranger is Axel Basford and
scenery chairman is Roxanne
Petterson. Carol Jones is cos-
tumes chairman and stunts
chairman is Kay Mackey.
Assistant props chairman is
Martha Krueger and Carey
Wall is usher committee chair-
man.

Sawyer-Brawbaw
The engagement of their dau-
ghter, Katie, to Frank Brabaw, son
of Mrs. Hellen Brabaw of Port-
Huron, has been announced by Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Sawyer of
Port Huron.
Miss Sawyer graduated from
Eastern Michigan College of Edu-
cation in June 1955. While in
school she was a member of the
Sigma Nu Phi sorority.
Mr. Sawyer is a senior in the
school of Engineering at the Uni-
versity and belongs to Lambda Chi
Alpha fraternity.
A June wedding is planned at
the Port Huron Grace Episcopal
Church.
.s Directress
Students at U'
physical education program, as a
whole, but most of her time at
Cologne is spent in the area of
teacher training, gymnastics and
correctives.
The assistant director was re-'
cently honored by the American
Academy of Physical .Education
by being voted into its member-
ship.
'U' Talks
Mrs. Diem will lecture first to
the combined group of men and
women physical education majors
of the University of Michigan. She
will then speak to classes in cor-
rective physical education, com-
munity recreation, and rehabili-
tation through physical education.
Also included in her itinerary
while at the University is a lec-
ture to one of the classes of ele-
mentary education majors. At this
time she will show movies of physi-
cal education activities as they are
taught in Germany.
Homecoming Dance"
Homecoming Dance will be held
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. tomorrow
night at the I-M Building. Count
Baise and his orchestra will pro-
vide the music for dancing. Troph-
ies for winning displays will be
presented during the evening.

CAROL MAURER KATIE SAWYER
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Each year on Homecoming week-
end the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fra-
ternity challenges the Phi Delta
Theta house to a football game.
Known as the 'mudbowl' game,
this event will take place at 9:15
a.m. tomorrow on the corner of
Washtenaw Avenue and South
University.
This series was started in 1936
and continued until the war years.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon frater-
nity won three games and tied two
while the Phi Delta Theta's won
eleven games throughout the years.
Referrees for this year's mud-
bowl game will be Dick Balzhiser,
fullback on the 1953 football team
and Harry Allis, fullback in 1950.
Coach for Sigma Alpha Epsilon
will be Dick Weiss and for Phi
Delta Theta, Frank Gazzola will
be directing the plays.
Besides the football game, a

mudbowl queen will be chosen by
Dr. Don B. Feather, Ass't Director
of Admissions, Dean of Men Wal-
ter B. Rea and Bill Cross, Ass't
Dean of Men. At this time women's
housing groups will dress up a
male student as their queen in the
contest. Judges will base their de-
cisions on originality, femininity
and typical coed dress.
The judging of the mudbowl
queen will take place at 9:15 a.m.
At 9:45 a.m. the first half of the
football game will be played.
At 10:15 a.m. Collegiate Sorosis
will challenge Kappa Alpha Theta
sorority to a soccer game. At 10:30
a.m., the mudbowl queen award
will be given and at 10:40 the Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Delta
Theta pledge bands will march.
Finally at 10:50, the second half
of the mudbowl game will be
played.

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Herbert Hoover was a famous graduate.
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Name
Address
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ANSWER
Name
Address
City State
College
Hold until you have completed all 24 puzzles
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