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St. Thomas High School Baseball Team, May 1963

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Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1963
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DIAMOND TITLISTS: St. Thomas High's baseball team, the fourth Irish squad to win a championship in the current school year, joins The News Pictorial Honor Roll as winner of the Southwest League title. Front row, left to right, Emmett Byrne, Paul Tramontin, Paul DeShano, Capt. Don Moray, Dave McKenzie, Jim Kennedy and Tom Dyer. Top row, Chris Mast (manager), Joe LeBlanc, Jim Barnes, Tom O'Brien, John McMillan, Mike Giraud, Dave Barbour, Greg Suomala and coach Bernie Ryan. The Irish are now seeking a division title.
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May
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1963
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Artist Ruby Churchill In Her Studio, November 1961

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Ann Arbor News, November 30, 1961
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REFRESHING IMPRESSIONS: Artist Ruby Churchill views a water color she painted of Michigan after she returned from a trip West. The abstract, in tones of green, is the refreshing impression of the state on Mrs. Churchill after traveling through a hot, dry climate. Mrs. Churchill, pictured in the studio of her home at 1704 Hermitage Rd., has exhibited her works extensively throughout the state. She is currently showing at the Scarab Club's 18th Annual Watercolor Exhibition in Detroit, and has several of her older paintings for sale at the Ann Arbor Art Association's annual Christmas sale in the Rackham Galleries.
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November
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1961
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Loveleen Bajwa - Owner Of Raja Rani, June 1976

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Ann Arbor News, June 29, 1976
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Raja Rani represents to Loveleen Bajwa and her family, who assist in running the restaurant, the best way to introduce people in this area to authentic Indian food - not Americanized copies of the cuisine of India. (News photo by Jack Stubbs)
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June
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1976
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Loveleen Bajwa Tends Her Garden Outside Raja Rani, September 1984

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Ann Arbor News, September 28, 1984
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BEAUTIFUL CORNER - Loveleen Bajwa, owner of the Raja Rani Indian Cuisine Restaurant, 400 S. Division St. in Ann Arbor, tends to her garden located in front of the restaurant. Bajwa was recently honored by the Ann Arbor State Street Area Association for beautifying the corner of Division and William streets with her garden that includes climbing roses, morning glories, petunias, geraniums and herbs. 'If everyone would take as much pride about their property in the city as she has, Ann Arbor would sure be a beautiful city,' says John Purkiss, State Street Association vice president.
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September
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1984
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Excavation/Renovation Of Raja Rani's Basement, January 1985

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Ann Arbor News, January 8, 1985
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GROWING PAINS - Excavation of the basement area of Raja Rani at the corner of Division and East William streets is part of a $150,000 project to triple seating capacity in the restaurant which specializes in Indian cuisine. The enlarged basement of the 125-year-old structure will be used for group meetings and entertainment as well as for additional dining space.
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January
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1985
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Pride Of Ownership Award Winner - 313 East Cross Street - Ypsilanti, August 1987

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Ann Arbor News, August 30, 1987
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Mary Kaye and Scott Riley were honored for their painstaking restoration of this Queen Anne-style home in Ypsilanti.
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August
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1987
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Loveleen Bajwa At Her Resturant, Raja Rani, February 1993

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Ann Arbor News, February 9, 1993
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Raja Rani owner Loveleen Bajwa is shown with some of the art work in her restaurant.
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February
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1993
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Janet Proctor Waves To Friends At Community High School's Graduation Ceremony, June 1982

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Ann Arbor News, June 8, 1982
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Graduate Janet Proctor waves to friends at Community High's commencement.
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June
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1982
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Charles E. Wright in the adoption room at the New Humane Society on Cherry Hill Road, June 1951

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Ann Arbor News, June 11, 1951
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Ceremonies marking the formal dedication of the new $100,000 Washtenaw County Humane Society shelter at 3113 Cherry Hill Rd. (top) will be held at 10:30 tomorrow morning. It is among the most modern and up-to-date plants in the country. Among the facilities is a 25-cage "adoption room" (bottom), where animals are displayed for adoption. Workin in the room is Charles E. Wright, assistant to the humane officer.
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June
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1951
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"Tiny," the Capuchin monkey at the Humane Society, May 1959

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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1959
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HERE are two reasons why people who are lovers of animals should visit the Humane Society 3113 Cherryhill Road this week. "Pedro," the Dalmatian, is a well behaved dog two and a half years old who needs a home. Tiny, the Capuchin monkey from South America, is five years old and is already spoken for. But there are other types of animals at the Home at all times. There are 52 wonderful dogs waiting.
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May
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1959
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Sheriff's Deputy John Palmer With Marijuana Found Growing In Dexter, August 1952

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Ann Arbor News, August 30, 1952
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Sheriff's Deputy John Palmer of Dexter shows part of the 30 pounds of marijuana weed he cut from a field inside the village limits of Dexter this week. The marijuana was first spotted by Dr. William Pidd, who informed Palmer. The deputy confirmed the identification, then cut it down. Although marijuana, a narcotic, is frequently found growing wild, Palmer found evidence that this particular patch may have been cultivated. Several of the weeds had been "topped" recently. The tops are used to prepare marijuana cigarets or "reefers."
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August
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1952
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Remains Of Hagerman Car At The Scene Of Fatal Crash On Jackson Road, October 1951

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Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1951
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CRASH KILLS YOUTH: Sixteen-year-old James Hagerman of 1508 Marlboro Dr. was killed and a companion, Walter Seeger, 18, of 305 Pauline Blvd., was seriously injured in this car (top) when it slammed head-on into a truck loaded with steel last night on US-12, two miles west of Ann Arbor. Sheriff's deputies today could not determine which of the two youths was driving the car, owned by young Hagerman. The truck (bottom), carrying a load of coiled spring steel, was literally splintered by the impact. Its driver, Wilson Eggleston, 26, of Lincoln Park, escaped with only a minor hand injury.
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October
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1951
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Remains Of Truck At The Scene Of Fatal Crash On Jackson Road, October 1951

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Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1951
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CRASH KILLS YOUTH: Sixteen-year-old James Hagerman of 1508 Marlboro Dr. was killed and a companion, Walter Seeger, 18, of 305 Pauline Blvd., was seriously injured in this car (top) when it slammed head-on into a truck loaded with steel last night on US-12, two miles west of Ann Arbor. Sheriff's deputies today could not determine which of the two youths was driving the car, owned by young Hagerman. The truck (bottom), carrying a load of coiled spring steel, was literally splintered by the impact. Its driver, Wilson Eggleston, 26, of Lincoln Park, escaped with only a minor hand injury.
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October
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1951
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James M. Copeland & Scott G. Hughes with Collection of Campaign Buttons, September 1954

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Ann Arbor News, September 1, 1954
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Shown with a part of their large collection of political buttons are James M. Copeland (left) of 3717 Vorhies Rd. and Scott G. Hughes of 4 Ridgeway Dr. No turncoats, the boys make a hobby of gathering the attention-getters used by all candidates in political elections.
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September
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1954
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Copeland School - Dexter, November 1960

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Ann Arbor News, November 24, 1960
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VICTORIAN SPLENDOR: Still a magnificent landmark, even though it is slowly crumbling away, Dexter's Copeland School dominates the town. The building will disappear completely and forever before spring.
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November
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1960
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Copeland School Being Demolished - Dexter, March 1961

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Ann Arbor News, March 23, 1961
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GONE GHOSTS: The pleasant ghosts of a multitude of Dexter men and women who trod its hallowed halls have been evicted from the shell of the town's Copeland School, built in 1887 and scheduled to be completely torn down by the end of next month. The two bells from the familiar tower (above) that has dominated Dexter for nearly 75 years will be removed to a special "Copeland School Memorial" structure to be erected on the front lawn of the new Dexter High School. They rang from their venerable perch high above the village for the last time Tuesday, signaling the official completion of more than three-quarters of the demolition operation. The old school's hill site will be planted in grass, and its ghosts will retire to the last refuge of its photographs in hundreds of local scrapbooks. The abandoned building had been declared a safety hazard because of structural weaknesses that developed over the years.
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March
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1961
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Former Site Of Copeland School - Dexter, August 1961

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Ann Arbor News, August 10, 1961
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SIDEWALK TO THE PAST: A sidewalk that disappears into the ground and a 75-year-old chimney are all that's left to remind hundreds of Dexter residents of their Alma Mater. Shrubbing and grassing are nearly complete where the town's proudest structure, the six-room Copeland High School, stood at this time last year. A memorial structure to the 1887 school, which was razed because of dangerous structural defects, is planned for the front of the new elementary school.
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August
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1961
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Don 'Dobbie' Drake - Ann Arbor High School Head Football Coach, January 1946

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Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1946
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DRAKE NAMED HEAD FOOTBALL COACH AT HIGH SCHOOL: Don "Dobbie" Drake, assistant Pioneer football coach for 10 years and a member of the school coaching staff for 20 years, will succeed Kip Taylor as head football coach.
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January
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1946
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Football Equipment Distributed To Ann Arbor High School Players, August 1947

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Ann Arbor News, August 29, 1947
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FIRST PHASE OF SCHOOLBOY FOOTBALL PRACTICE SESSIONS: Issuing of equipment and running through of physical examinations occupies the city's scholastic football hopefuls this week in preparation for start of practice next week. In the Wines Field locker room, where Ann Arbor High players are getting suited up, Jack Drake (seated), former Pioneer line star and son of Head Coach Don "Dobbie" Drake, watches Don Dohoney struggle into a suit while Walter Schmid holds a pile of sweat shirts for examination by Capt. Max Matteson.
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August
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1947
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Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1947

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September
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1947
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Coach - Dobbie Drake; Managers - Fred Dutton, Ken Hallenbeck, Walter Schmid, Frank Wilkinson; 1947 Players - Jack Baylis, Robert Boorom, Stanley Burns, Lennie Byers, John Cole, Neal Collins, Dick Creal, Don Dohoney, Mary Ford, Peri Gagalis, Joe Grammatico, Jerry Green, Ted Hariton, Dick Harvey, Dick Kerr, Doug 'Bud' King, Elmer Knox, Paul Koernke, John Kokinakes, Chuck Lamberson, Max Matteson - Captain (holding football), Dick Parker, Hugh Radloff, Bob Rutledge, Bob Sauve, Richard Schneider, Lloyd Seyfried, David Space, Bill Stason, Bob Stephen, Ross Stofflet, Dick Stuhlman, Jim Suits, Bob Tibbals, George Tokunaga, Chuck Veigel, Bob Wark, Earl Wild

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Ann Arbor High School Football Guards, September 1947

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Ann Arbor News, September 18, 1947
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THE 'HAVES' REVIEW THOSE WHO WANT THEIR JOBS: With eight "good men" after the assignments, Coach Don "Dobbie" Drake shouldn't have too much trouble at the guard spot on his Ann Arbor High football team this fall. Two of the eight, George Tokunaga (second from right) and Bob Sauve (right) are lettermen with strings on the jobs. Anxious, and maybe ready, to cut those strings are the other six, from left to right, Ted Hariton, Dick Creel, Dick Harvey, Dick Parker, Jack Baylis and John Kokinakes. Drake isn't sure who'll get the Friday night starting calls against Flint Central here.
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September
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1947
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Chuck Lamberson - Ann Arbor High School Football, September 1947

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Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1947
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OUT OF SAGINAW GAME: Halfback Chuck Lamberson, Ann Arbor High's best passer, suffered an injury in the first half of the Flint Central game last Friday night which is expected to keep him out of the Arthur Hill game at Saginaw this week. Much of Ann Arbor's success this year depends on the accurate throwing of Lamberson.
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September
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1947
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Bud King & Dave Space - Ann Arbor High School Football, September 1947

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Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1947
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TALKING OVER BATTLE CREEK GAME: These two Pioneers, Bud King (left) and Dave Space, will be much in evidence Friday night when Ann Arbor High footballers take on Battle Creek in a Five-A League game at the Food City. King, a reformed end, is now playing the left halfback position. Space is a flanker who has developed a lot already this season.
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September
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1947
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Capt. Max Matteson - Ann Arbor High School Football Tackle, September 1947

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Ann Arbor News, October 21, 1947
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SCHOOLBOY GRIDDERS WHO'LL BE BUSY ON THE WEEK-END: Here is a trio of scholastic footballers who'll be seeing plenty of action with their respective teams on the coming week-end. At the left is Jim Mynning, quarterback of the undefeated, untied St. Thomas club; in the center is Capt. Max Matteson, Ann Arbor High tackle, and at the right is Bill Twining who sees action with the U High Cubs.
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September
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1947
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Hugh Radloff & Max Matteson - Ann Arbor High School Football, September 1947

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Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1947
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TWO REASONS FOR PIONEER HOPES AGAINST EASTERN: Hugh Radloff (left) and Capt. Max Matteson are two reasons Ann Arbor High's football team hopes to go places against Lansing Eastern on Wines Field tonight. Radloff, who played tackle in the early part of the season, now is running in the fullback spot and won't see line action unless needed there very much. Matteson is a tackle.
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September
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1947
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Dave Space - Ann Arbor High School Football, September 1947

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Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1947
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WILL BE BUSY: Both these youths will see action as their schools play home football games Friday. Dave Space (at left) will be helping Ann Arbor High against Jackson while Larry Preuss will work with U High against Milan. Both games will be played here.
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September
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1947
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Ross Stofflet - Ann Arbor High School Football, September 1947

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Ann Arbor News, November 7, 1947
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PIONEER DEFENSE STAR: Ross Stofflet, Ann Arbor High halfback, has an ailing ankle that slows his running but defensively he's one of the Pioneer's bright stars anyway. He'll see plenty of action against Jackson here tonight.
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September
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1947
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Dave & Beth Pennington - Collectors Of Spinning Wheels, October 1975

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Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1975
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Dave and Beth Pennington once thought a spinning wheel would look nice next to their fireplace. It did. And now they have 115 of them...or more, depending on who's counting.
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October
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1975
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Lincoln School District Bus Drivers & Supervisor Inspect New Bus Windshield, September 1957

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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1957
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EXPERIENCED DRIVERS CHECK BUS: These three Lincoln School District bus drivers have a combined total of 79 years of experience operating Lincoln buses. They are checking the wide windshield of the newest bus with Lee Jones (right), mechanic and bus supervisor for the district. The drivers are (left to right) Woodrow Jones, Lee's brother, with 22 years; Mrs. Flora Bunton, the "dean" of the corps with 33 years; and Mrs. Lottie Towler with 24 years. Women outnumber men drivers by a 4 to 1 margin. Lincoln has a fleet of 21 buses. Below, Mrs. Bunton is pictured beside her bus in 1925. She first began driving buses a year earlier.
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September
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1957
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Anne Bradley Nixon & Casey O'Conner Model Back To School Fashions At The Michigan League Fountain, September 1967

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Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1967
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All set for the start of nursery school are Anne Bradley Nixon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G. Nixon of 1202 Olivia, and Casey O'Conner, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. O'Conner of 2120 Charlton. Bradley, who is enrolled at the First Presbyterian Nursery, wears a red and blue print dress with a center tie under a navy jumper, accented by bright red tights. Pondering his second year at Island Country Day Play School is Casey in corduroy trousers, a cotton turtleneck shirt and a metal-buttoned ski sweater - just like the big kids! The scene is the Michigan League fountain.
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September
Year
1967
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Steven O'Neal Models Back To School Fashions On The Diag With Connie & Chris Jahnke, September 1967

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Ann Arbor News, September 5, 1967
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Up in the air over his new school outfit is Steven O'Neal, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal of 1615 Pear Street. He wears corduroy pants in the new "thick 'n thin" wale, color-matched with a ribbed turtleneck sweater. Sporting the fall look on the ground are Connie and Chris Jahnke, twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jahnke of 3121 Dexter Road. Connie wears the mini-version of the elongated sweater dress in gold with green edging and the new tassled kilt socks. Her brother is quite the young man in his mid-wale corduroy slacks, and a knit turtleneck shirt with the V-insert effect. Steven will enter second grade at Northside Elementary, while the twins will be second graders at St. Thomas School. The scene is the University's Diagonal on central campus.
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September
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1967
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Lori O'Neal & Suzanne Conlin Model Back To School Fashions Outside The U Of M Physics-Astronomy Building, September 1967

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Ann Arbor News, September 6, 1967
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Casual carefree clothes are the choice of fifth graders, Lori O'Neal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal of 1615 Pear Street, and Suzanne Conlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Conlin Jr. of 2228 Medford. They wage a paddle ball contest in front of the University's Physics-Astronomy Building, with Lori in a plaid butterfly pleat dress accented with fishnet stockings. Suzanne selects the ever-popular plaid kilt, with the new twist of the kilt sweater and tassled kilt socks. Lori will attend Northside Elementary School, while Suzanne is a student at St. Francis School.
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September
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1967
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Ann Arbor Fire Department Heads Receive Demonstration Dummy Called "Rescusi-Anne" From Edward J. Libs, April 10, 1963

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Ann Arbor News, April 10, 1963
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Rescue Apparatus: Edward J. Libs (second from left), president of the Ann Arbor Association of Insurance Agents, holds "Rescusi-Anne" which recently received a new head after the original head had been damaged in a year's demonstrations of mouth-to-mouth respiration. Left to right are Fire Chief Ernest Heller, Assistant Chief Arthur Stauch, Libs, Assistant Chief Harold Gauss holding a wooden model of a respiratory system in a human mouth and throat, and Ann Arbor Fire Marshal John R. Williams.
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10
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April
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1963
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Fire Chief Ernest Heller Is Interviewed By Mary Stevenson For A Series At The UM TV Center, August 23, 1963

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Ann Arbor News, August 23, 1963
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Firemen Become TV Stars: Ann Arbor Fire Chief Ernest Heller (back to camera) is shown here being interviewed by Mrs. Mary Ann Stevenson, host of the University's " Through Children's Eyes" television series, as part of the filming yesterday of a series show on fire prevention and safety. The show will be seen in this area next month on Channel 7, (WXYZ-TV, Detroit), and on other Michigan television channels. Program dates have not been set. Filming of the show in front of the U-M Television Center at 310 Maynard St., drew a large number of spectators. Taking part, in addition to Heller, were Lt. Laurel Bauer, and Firemen Richard Hansen, Dean Kapp and Harry Weible. The department's aerial ladder truck was used.
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August
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1963
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Fire Chief Ernest Heller Is Interviewed By Mary Stevenson For A Series At The UM TV Center, August 23, 1963

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Ann Arbor News, August 23, 1963
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Firemen Become TV Stars: Ann Arbor Fire Chief Ernest Heller (back to camera) is shown here being interviewed by Mrs. Mary Ann Stevenson, host of the University's " Through Children's Eyes" television series, as part of the filming yesterday of a series show on fire prevention and safety. The show will be seen in this area next month on Channel 7, (WXYZ-TV, Detroit), and on other Michigan television channels. Program dates have not been set. Filming of the show in front of the U-M Television Center at 310 Maynard St., drew a large number of spectators. Taking part, in addition to Heller, were Lt. Laurel Bauer, and Firemen Richard Hansen, Dean Kapp and Harry Weible. The department's aerial ladder truck was used.
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August
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1963
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A Symbolic "Graveyard" At The West Side Fire Station With Members Of The Fire Department, October 10. 1963

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Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1963
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Fire "Graveyard": In observance of the current Fire Prevention Week members of the Ann Arbor Fire Department have erected a symbolic "graveyard" at the new west side station on Jackson Ave. Chief Ernest Heller (left) stands between two "tombstones" which tell of foolish practices which annually injure and kill thousands of persons. Lt. George F. Hastings (center), commander of the west side station, and Fire Marshal John R. Williams stand near a cross listing the estimated annual fire loss within the Ann Arbor city limits.
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October
Year
1963
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AA Fireman, John Rayburn, With Kimberly Kovac At St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, April 20, 1962

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Ann Arbor News, April 19, 1962
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He saved her life: Ann Arbor Fireman John Rayburn visits little Kimberly Kovac in St. Joseph Mercy Hospital where she is recovering from a nearly fatal choking accident Monday while at play at her home, 2742 Beacon Hill Rd. Kimberly caught her snowsuit on a swing set and nearly hanged herself. Rayburn, a neighbor, off-duty at the time, saved her life by mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Kimberly was released from the hospital today.
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April
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1962
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Kathy White & Keith Smillie Model Back To School Fashions Outside Angell Hall, September 1967

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Ann Arbor News, September 7, 1967
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Kathy White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. White of 1705 Shadford, practically bowls Keith Smillie over, as she slides down the bannister in front of Angell Hall in a wool jumper which features a plaid top, hip-hugging belt and a culotte-type skirt. She complements it with a gold turtleneck sweater and lace tights. Keith, the son of Dr. and Mrs. John W. Smillie of 1335 Fairlane, sports fine wale corduroy slim-cut levis, a V-neck cable sweater and a reversible nylon and wool jacket. Kathy and Keith will be seventh and eighth graders, respectively, at Tappan Junior High.
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September
Year
1967
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Cindy Brown & Chris Cares Model Back To School Fashions At The U Of M Law Quad, September 1967

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Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1967
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Setting their sights on their senior year at Ann Arbor High are Cindy Brown, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William E. Brown III of 2101 Belmont, and Chris Cares, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cares of 505 Riverview. Cindy will vault to the head of the class in her brightly striped tent dress in a knit fabric. Chris will lead the way in his classic button-down collar shirt and V-neck sweater worn with hopsacking slacks. The two seniors pose at the University's Law Quadrangle. (All photos in this week's fashion series by News photographer Duane Scheel.)
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September
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1967
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Donald A. Yates & Collection Of Ellery Queen Mystery Novels, September 1954

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Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1954
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ELLERY QUEEN MYSTERY FAN: That's Donald A. Yates peering through his collection of Ellery Queen mystery novels and magazines. His search for rare and autographed copies of Ellery Queen novels has taken him on travels throughout the East and Midwest.
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September
Year
1954
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Van Dusen Manor Apartments Under Construction, May 1958

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Ann Arbor News, May 3, 1958
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VAN DUSEN MANOR: Construction is being pushed on the 72-unit, $468,000 Van Dusen Manor at 1100-1330 W. Stadium Blvd. Work began about a month ago on the six buildings which will make up the manor and some of the roofs are in place as the photograph shows. The project is being built by Van Dusen Manor, Inc., headed by Walter D. Van Dusen of Ann Arbor. Some of the units are expected to be ready for occupancy in July.
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May
Year
1958
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Van Dusen Manor Apartments - Exterior, October 1958

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Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1958
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VAN DUSEN MANOR Announcing OPEN HOUSE at 1300 W. Stadium Blvd. Saturday and Sunday, October 4th and 5th, 1:30 to 6 P.M.
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October
Year
1958
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Van Dusen Manor Apartments - Pullman Kitchen (One Bedroom Unit), October 1958

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Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1958
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HAS PULLMAN KITCHEN: The pullman kitchen and living room layout in this one-bedroom unit in the Van Dusen Manor of 1100-1330 W. Stadium Blvd. is typical of 11 others in the project. This unit is occupied by Mr. and Mrs. William S. Leictman of 1220 W. Stadium. There are 60 two-bedroom apartments in the project.
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October
Year
1958
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Van Dusen Manor Apartments - Kitchen (Two Bedroom Unit), October 1958

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Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1958
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HAS GARBAGE DISPOSER: This kitchen in a typical two-bedroom unit has a garbage disposer as do all units. They rent for between $110 and $155 per month, with minimum one-year leases. There are 16 off-street parking spaces for each 12 cars. A manor playground area is to be developed for children.
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October
Year
1958
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Van Dusen Manor Apartments - Living/Dining Room, October 1958

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Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1958
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IN TWO-BEDROOM APARTMENT: The living room and dining el of this two-bedroom unit occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Poliak of 1300 W. Stadium are shown. A sliding glass door from the dining el opens onto a balcony. All units have air conditioning.
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October
Year
1958
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Tappan Kindergarten Classroom On The First Day Of School, September 1948

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Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1948
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IT'S A FIVE-YEAR-OLD'S FAIRYLAND: At least it seems that way to this class of kindergartners in their first day of school and their first real experience in community playing and learning. There were some tears from both children and their parents at first, but these dried up quickly when the adults had left and the toys and playthings were clearly sighted. This is a kindergarten classroom in Tappan Junior High School, under the jurisdiction of Eberbach School Principal Helen Pratt.
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September
Year
1948
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Martha Gidos & John Swisher Work With Clay On Their First Day Of Kindergarten, September 1948

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Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1948
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LOOK WHAT I'M MAKING: Martha Gidos shows whatever it is she's making out of modeling clay to her table partner, John Swisher, during the first day of kindergarten at Tappan Junior High School. Their teacher is Miss Geneva Satterthwaite.
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September
Year
1948
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Susan Klebsattel & Connie Clague Draw Pictures On Their First Day Of Kindergarten, September 1948

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Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1948
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THE VERY FIRST ASSIGNMENT: Kindergartners were asked to sit at their little knee-high-to-an-adult tables and draw whatever they wanted to on sheets of manila paper. Many of the drawings came out as houses, misshapen dogs and cats, and others just came out. Here, Susan Klebsattel, left, and Connie Clague work on the problem at hand.
Month
September
Year
1948
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Martha Sinn Recites A Nursery Rhyme On Her First Day Of Kindergarten, September 1948

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Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1948
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'JACK AND JILL WENT UP THE HILL': Little Martha Sinn (standing) recited the nursery rhyme - holding fast to the hand of Miss Jeanne Wright, teacher - during the first kindergarten session. Her audience, who recited the rhyme in unison later, took turns saying familiar poems. One of the first things they learned was to raise their hands when they wanted to answer.
Month
September
Year
1948
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Linda Lou Crandall Responds To Roll-Call On Her First Day Of Kindergarten, September 1948

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Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1948
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FIRST OF MANY, MANY ROLL-CALLS: Linda Lou Crandall, upper left, comes forward with a grin as her name is called in the first roll-call experience for the hundreds of Ann Arbor children who entered Kindergarten for the first time this fall. In this class, taught by Miss Jeanne Wright, pupils responded by joining a circle on the floor around the piano. First question asked by the teacher was "What day of the week is this?" Nobody knew; but everyone agreed it was Thursday after Miss Wright suggested it.
Month
September
Year
1948
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Joetta, Harry Jr., & Ricki Mial Watch Scott Mial Eat Shrimp & Rice, June 1965

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Ann Arbor News, June 15, 1965
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It takes a lot of cooking to fill these three boys in the summer and when the weather gets hot their mother, Mrs. Harry Mial of 812 Brown St., tries to use recipes that require the least amount of preparation time near the hot stove. Scott loves to pick the biggest shrimps out of his mother's Shrimp and Rice dish. Harry Jr. (left) and Ricki (right) wonder if there will be any left after Scott's sampling when the dish finally reaches the dinner table. Chicken Loaf is another family favorite.
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June
Year
1965
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John Kennedy Carries Suitcases Into His New University Terrace Apartment, September 1946

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Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1946
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LAST ARMLOAD: John D. Kennedy, an Army veteran in the University's department of mechanical engineering, carries the last of his suitcases into his University Terrace apartment where he and his wife, Sally, were among the early arrivals.
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September
Year
1946
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