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Snow Sphinx Outside Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity, January 1936

Snow Sphinx Outside Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity, January 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 25, 1936
Caption
SPHINX CARVED FROM SNOW - Members of Alpha Rho Chi student architects' fraternity carved the sphinx, shown above, from snow which drifted in front of their house at 608 E. Madison St.

Actress Ethel Waters made honorary member of Zeta Phi Eta, May 1956

Actress Ethel Waters made honorary member of Zeta Phi Eta, May 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 24, 1956
Caption
ETHEL WATERS HONORED: Noted stage actress Ethel Waters was made an honorary member of Zeta Phi Eta, national professional speech arts fraternity for women at ceremonies yesterday in the Michigan League. Eugenie Reagan of Birmingham, Mich., society president (left), conferred the honor on Miss Waters (center). Prof. Claribel Baird (right) was the sponsor. Miss Waters is currently appearing here in the Drama Season production of "The Member of the Wedding." The play runs through Saturday night.

Snow Elephant Outside Phi Sigma Kappa, March 1938

Snow Elephant Outside Phi Sigma Kappa, March 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 1, 1938
Caption
ELEPHANT OF THE SNOWS: One of the more ambitious snow art projects of the current renaissance in Ann Arbor folk sculpture is this behemoth by the boys of Phi Sigma Kappa at 1043 Baldwin Ave.

Float, U-M Michigras Parade, April 1950

Float, U-M Michigras Parade, April 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1950
Caption
GENTLEMEN'S CHOICE: Gentlemen may prefer blondes, as the sign on the side of this Michigras float declares, but it looks like a brunette who is receiving a bouquet from a swain (back to camera).

Balloon Horse in the U-M Michigras Parade, April 1950

Balloon Horse in the U-M Michigras Parade, April 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1950
Caption
LEERING HORSE: Some of the huge balloon figures, particularly large ferocious ones like this horse, frightened some of the small fry who crowded along the line of march. Paraders had some strenuous exercise "riding" or "chaperoning" their large charges. By the end of the parade, many were almost too tired to lunge the amusing animal figures at the appreciative spectators, young and old. (Other pictures on page 24.)

"Tarzan and his Apes" float, U-M Michigras Parade, April 1950

"Tarzan and his Apes" float, U-M Michigras Parade, April 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1950
Caption
FIRST PRIZE FLOAT: "Tarzan and his Apes," and swimming-suit clad damsels (they were wishing for ski suits) awaiting their fate in a "boiling kettle" were characterized in yesterday's Michigras parade by Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and Delta Delta Delta sorority to win first place among parade floats. Palm trees, flowers, grass and a "cannibal" completed the jungle scene. It wasn't only the threat of being "boiled alive" that made the girls shiver, but the day's chilly breezes as well.