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Beta Theta Pi Fraternity Brothers Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

Beta Theta Pi Fraternity Brothers Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
Caption
RISKY BUSINESS: While a fraternity brother holds him by the pants, Dave Pryor of Kalamazoo clips wire to a 2 x 4 for the Beta Theta Pi display at 604 S. State St. Others are Al Killeen of Detroit (left), Doug Slaggent of Ludington (holding Pryor), and Lew Ramsdell of Manistee (holding wire below). They're building a Hawkeye.

Joe The Monkey-Mascot at Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, April 1948

Joe The Monkey-Mascot at Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, April 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1948
Caption
A fountain pen belonging to Fred J. Butt (left), University student from Ypsilanti, fascinates Joe, the monkey-mascot of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity, at 604 S. State St. Holding Joe's chain is John W. Gillette of Niles. Joe is a war-time emigre from the Philippines, and is the property of Dick Darling of Howell, who graduated in February.

'Battle Day' Set As OSU Invades

'Battle Day' Set As OSU Invades image
Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
November
Year
1969
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