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Wild Plant Pushed Way Through Concrete Floor in Phi Gamma Delta Basement, December 1962 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Wild Plant Pushed Way Through Concrete Floor in Phi Gamma Delta Basement, December 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 31, 1962
Caption
A 'Wild' One: This unidentified but obviously "wild" plant has pushed its way through the concrete floor in the basement of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house at 707 Oxford Rd. The caretaker at the fraternity house, Albert Wall, takes the plant's latest measurement, which amounted to nearly 20 inches.

University of Michigan Fraternity Pledge Prank - Bikes in Trees on Oxford Road

University of Michigan Fraternity Pledge Prank - Bikes in Trees on Oxford Road image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1953
Caption
Trees Bloom With Bicycles: Last night, trees in the 700 block of Oxford Rd. blossomed - with bicycles, not with nature's spring handiwork. About 25 bicycles were lifted into the branches by high-spirited pledges from the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity at 707 Oxford Rd. The pledges also piled fraternity furniture on the house lawn, disconnected electricity and water and generally disrupted the life of the fraternity house. Fraternity spokesmen said there was no special reason for the devilment. Shown here removing one of the bicycles from its arboreal resting place is Frank E. Cornwell of Ashtabula, O., a University sophomore.