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Ypsilanti Kiwanis Club Member Donald Fuller Helps Draw Attention to Bologna Sale, March 30, 1961

Ypsilanti Kiwanis Club Member Donald Fuller Helps Draw Attention to Bologna Sale, March 30, 1961 image
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Ypsilanti Press, March 31, 1962
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THE COW IS FAKE, but it drew a lot of attention Friday to the Kiwanis' Club of Greater Ypsilanti forthcoming bologna sale April 6. The sale will be held from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. in downtown Ypsilanti. Club member Donald Fuller is shown with the "cow."
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30
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March
Year
1962
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Wilson Brothers Play Basketball Behind Parkridge Community Center, June 1998

Wilson Brothers Play Basketball Behind Parkridge Community Center, June 1998 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1998
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THE WILSON FINALS - From left, the Wilson brothers, Ersell, 9, Joe, 10, and LaJon, 12, all of Ypsilanti, enjoy a friendly game of hot-weather basketball on the court behind Parkridge Center in Ypsilanti.
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June
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1998
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University High School Sponsors Army Ambulance Plane "U High Flyer," October 1944

University High School Sponsors Army Ambulance Plane "U High Flyer," October 1944 image
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October
Year
1944
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Julius Peter, right, represented the Stinson Aircraft Company at the dedication. The young women holding the frame are likely Grace Blanchard & Beverly Granger.

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University High School Sponsors Army Ambulance Plane "U High Flyer," October 1944

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Ann Arbor News, October 28, 1944
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'U' HIGH SPONSORS PLANE: Moyer Bleekman (left), and Nelson Blanchard, eighth grade students at University High school dedicated a Stinson ambulance plane, which the school purchased through bond sales, in ceremonies held at the University of Michigan golf course yesterday afternoon. The two boys won the privilege of sponsoring the plane for their superior work in the two-week bond campaign. At the left of the boys is Julius Peter, who represented the Stinson Aircraft Co.
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October
Year
1944
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University of Michigan Medical Alumni: Reunion Dinner Speakers Table, September 1938

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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1938
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IMPORTANT FIGURES AT MEDICAL DINNER: Speakers at the banquet of University medical alumni at the Michigan Union last night were Dr. Frederick G. Novy, dean-emeritus of the Medical School; Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, president of the University; Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg, dean of the Medical School, and T. Hawley Tapping, general alumni secretary. Pictured at the speakers table, left to right, are Dr. Frederick M. Loomis, Oakland, Calif., alumnus; Mrs. Ruthven, Dr. Novy, Dr. Ruthven, Mr. Tapping (standing), Dr. Furstenberg, Mrs. Furstenberg and Dr. Hugo A. Freund, Detroit alumnus.
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September
Year
1938
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Marilyn Mark's Hair Stylists - Interior, September 1960

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Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1960
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BEAUTY SHOP: This is the interior of new Marilyn Mark's Hair Stylists shop at 548 Church St. The new, $25,000 installation has six hair styling stations, three comb-out stations and 14 positions for hair dryers.
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September
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1960
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B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat Visits Willow Run Airport On Cross Country Tour, October 1946

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1946
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DREAMBOAT ARRIVES AT WILLOW RUN: The giant B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat, which recently made a 10,500-mile flight from Honolulu to Cairo, stopped at the Willow Run airport yesterday afternoon during a nation-wide tour. The size of the plane, which took off about 8:30 this morning for Omaha, is shown by the station wagon parked comfortably under a wing shortly after the B-29 arrived at Willow Run at 1:30 p.m.
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October
Year
1946
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A Crowd Greets Col. Clarence S. Irvine And His B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat At Willow Run Airport, October 1946

A Crowd Greets Col. Clarence S. Irvine And His B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat At Willow Run Airport, October 1946 image
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October
Year
1946
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According to the Detroit Free Press, 29 Oct 1946, "At Willow Run to greet Col. Irvine and his crew were L. L. Colbert, president of Dodge Motor Division of Chrysler; C. J. Reese, of Continental Motors; A. J. Kirkpatrick, of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., and William A. Mara, of Bendix Aviation."

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Col. Clarence S. Irvine & Crew Of B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat Are Greeted At Willow Run Airport, October 1946

Col. Clarence S. Irvine & Crew Of B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat Are Greeted At Willow Run Airport, October 1946 image
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October
Year
1946
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According to the Detroit Free Press, 29 Oct 1946, "At Willow Run to greet Col. Irvine and his crew were L. L. Colbert, president of Dodge Motor Division of Chrysler; C. J. Reese, of Continental Motors; A. J. Kirkpatrick, of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., and William A. Mara, of Bendix Aviation."

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Col. Clarence S. Irvine & Crew Of B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat Are Greeted At Willow Run Airport, October 1946

Col. Clarence S. Irvine & Crew Of B-29 Pacusan Dreamboat Are Greeted At Willow Run Airport, October 1946 image
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October
Year
1946
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According to the Detroit Free Press, 29 Oct 1946, "At Willow Run to greet Col. Irvine and his crew were L. L. Colbert, president of Dodge Motor Division of Chrysler; C. J. Reese, of Continental Motors; A. J. Kirkpatrick, of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., and William A. Mara, of Bendix Aviation."

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Wreckage Of David Register's Experimental Airplane, April 1983

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Ann Arbor News, April 26, 1983
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Wreckage of experimental plane in thick underbrush south of Ellsworth Road
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April
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1983
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Mayor Campbell Presents Fred McCann, Detroit Beagle Club President, With A Key To Ann Arbor, September 1935

Mayor Campbell Presents Fred McCann, Detroit Beagle Club President, With A Key To Ann Arbor, September 1935 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 24, 1935
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Ann Arbor is going to the dogs. At least this week. Pictured above Mayor Robert C. Campbell is presenting Fred McCann, president of the Detroit Beagle club, with the key to the city. The picture was taken on Geddes Heights where field Beagle trials are being held all this week. Front row, left to right, are James Smith, Saginaw; Mayor Campbell, McCann, Dan Steele and his son and George Eberle, chairman of the field trials. Between Campbell and McCann are Charles Berry of Saginaw and W. Hardy of Lansing. In the extreme background are the two judges, Beryl Bishop of Lansing and E. L. Gray of Indianapolis.
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September
Year
1935
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Ann Arbor Police Department Baseball Team, August 1952

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Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1952
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SAGINAW BOUND: The Ann Arbor Police Department's baseball team posed for this picture shortly before they left this morning to play in the single game elimination state junior tournament at Saginaw. Eight state junior league teams are matched in today's contests, the winners of which will face each other in final games at Saginaw Thursday. Shown with the team are Patrolmen John Spaulding, assistant coach, and Chester Carter, coach, (third and fourth from the left). The tournament is sponsored by the Michigan Recreation Association.
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August
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1952
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Caroline 'Grandma' Bruns Plays Her Organ, August 1951

Caroline 'Grandma' Bruns Plays Her Organ, August 1951 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 3, 1951
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Mrs. Caroline Adeline (Grandma) Bruns is 91 years old today and will spend a good part of the day, as usual, playing the organ in her Manchester home.
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August
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1951
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Hyatt Krasny Tows Damaged Plane To Shore Of Whitmore Lake After Crash, June 1948

Hyatt Krasny Tows Damaged Plane To Shore Of Whitmore Lake After Crash, June 1948 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 30, 1948
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PLANE SALVAGED AFTER LAKE PLUNGE: This light, pontoon-equipped plane was only slightly damaged when it flipped over, nose-down, as it skimmed the waters of Whitmore Lake yesterday noon. Both the pilot, Robert A. MacVicar, and a passenger, Arthur Nelson, both of Ann Arbor, climbed to safety on a nearby raft. Righted with the assistance of boatmen who saw the accident, the plane is being towed ashore by Hyatt Krasny of Whitmore Lake.
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June
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1948
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Ann Arbor Board Of Education Members Attend A Tea For New Teachers At Ann Arbor High School, September 1961

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September
Year
1961
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New teachers and their assignments are as follows: Mrs. Roberta Ankrey, Mack. Mrs. Florence Breitner, Burns Park. Miss Patricia Carland, Angell. Wolfgang Dozauer, German at Slauson and Forsythe. Mrs. Bernice Epperson, Angell. Miss Suzanne Friedman, special room at Jones, Peri Gagalis, Lakewood. Miss Dorothy Harvey, elementary library. Frederic Karr, social studies and English at Slauson. Mrs. Maxine Murray, Dixboro. Ray Rafford, athletic trainer, Ann Arbor High School. Arthur E. Rogers, Ann Arbor High School. Ulysses T. Sampson, elementary music. Mrs. Donna Sanders, Fritz. Mrs. Barbara Sturm, special education at Dhu Varren School. Mrs. Lois Solomon, elementary art. Mrs. Dorothy Boen, permanent elementary substitute. Mrs. Judith Munro, Meadowview. Mrs. Marilyn Twining, Perry. Mrs. Patricia Wolowitz, Wines. Mrs. Suzanne Volt, Michigan Children's Institute. - Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1961.

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Ann Arbor Board Of Education Members Attend A Tea For New Teachers At Ann Arbor High School, September 1961

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September
Year
1961
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New teachers and their assignments are as follows: Mrs. Roberta Ankrey, Mack. Mrs. Florence Breitner, Burns Park. Miss Patricia Carland, Angell. Wolfgang Dozauer, German at Slauson and Forsythe. Mrs. Bernice Epperson, Angell. Miss Suzanne Friedman, special room at Jones, Peri Gagalis, Lakewood. Miss Dorothy Harvey, elementary library. Frederic Karr, social studies and English at Slauson. Mrs. Maxine Murray, Dixboro. Ray Rafford, athletic trainer, Ann Arbor High School. Arthur E. Rogers, Ann Arbor High School. Ulysses T. Sampson, elementary music. Mrs. Donna Sanders, Fritz. Mrs. Barbara Sturm, special education at Dhu Varren School. Mrs. Lois Solomon, elementary art. Mrs. Dorothy Boen, permanent elementary substitute. Mrs. Judith Munro, Meadowview. Mrs. Marilyn Twining, Perry. Mrs. Patricia Wolowitz, Wines. Mrs. Suzanne Volt, Michigan Children's Institute. - Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1961.

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Ann Arbor Board Of Education Members Attend A Tea For New Teachers At Ann Arbor High School, September 1961

Ann Arbor Board Of Education Members Attend A Tea For New Teachers At Ann Arbor High School, September 1961 image
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September
Year
1961
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New teachers and their assignments are as follows: Mrs. Roberta Ankrey, Mack. Mrs. Florence Breitner, Burns Park. Miss Patricia Carland, Angell. Wolfgang Dozauer, German at Slauson and Forsythe. Mrs. Bernice Epperson, Angell. Miss Suzanne Friedman, special room at Jones, Peri Gagalis, Lakewood. Miss Dorothy Harvey, elementary library. Frederic Karr, social studies and English at Slauson. Mrs. Maxine Murray, Dixboro. Ray Rafford, athletic trainer, Ann Arbor High School. Arthur E. Rogers, Ann Arbor High School. Ulysses T. Sampson, elementary music. Mrs. Donna Sanders, Fritz. Mrs. Barbara Sturm, special education at Dhu Varren School. Mrs. Lois Solomon, elementary art. Mrs. Dorothy Boen, permanent elementary substitute. Mrs. Judith Munro, Meadowview. Mrs. Marilyn Twining, Perry. Mrs. Patricia Wolowitz, Wines. Mrs. Suzanne Volt, Michigan Children's Institute. - Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1961.

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Marshall & Foyle Byrn At Ann Arbor Airport, September 1946

Marshall & Foyle Byrn At Ann Arbor Airport, September 1946 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1946
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FLYING GRANDPARENTS: If people are as old as they look and act, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall L. Byrn are a mighty young couple. After getting a private pilot's license at 58, the University High School teacher and Mrs. Byrn, shown above in front of one of the planes at Ann Arbor airport, take cross-country hops together to his numerous speaking engagements, where he talks on aircraft instruction.
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September
Year
1946
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Roof Repairs At West Side Methodist Episcopal Church, March 1938

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Ann Arbor News, March 19, 1938
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CHURCH GETS NEW ROOF: Here's a view of the small tower of the West Side Methodist Episcopal church in the progress of being reshingled. The church is situated on W. Jefferson St. at Fourth St.
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18
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March
Year
1938
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Tang Massengill, Gwen Massengill, & Diane Sinclair, Walk To Bach School On The First Day, September 1981

Tang Massengill, Gwen Massengill, & Diane Sinclair, Walk To Bach School On The First Day, September 1981 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1981
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FIRST DAY - Not everyone dreaded the first day of classes in the Ann Arbor School District. Above, Bach School students, from left, Tang and Gwen Massengill and Diane Sinclair had a spring to their steps as they headed for classes this morning.
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September
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1981
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Bach School Kindergartners Explore Classroom Toys On The First Day Of School, September 1981

Bach School Kindergartners Explore Classroom Toys On The First Day Of School, September 1981 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1981
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Bach youngsters found being in school can be a lot like playing at home. From left are Luis Hough, with his sister Diana behind him, Kelly Elrod in the center and Luther Pilkinton on the right.
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September
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1981
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John McCravey Coaches Area's Top Young Runners, December 1977

John McCravey Coaches Area's Top Young Runners, December 1977 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1977
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ON THE RUN! - Dr. John McCravey (left) is a University of Michigan senior resident physician who devotes his spare time to coaching area young people in competitive running. Here, he exercises what he teaches with Paul Johnson, 13, and Beth Huff, 15, both of Ann Arbor, and Sara Peapples, 9, of Dexter. All three of these youngsters beat out the competition in regional events and went on recently to compete in the national Junior Olympics at Longview, Wash.
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December
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1977
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Beth Huff Wins 880-Yard Run In Pioneer Victory Over Jackson Parkside, April 1977

Beth Huff Wins 880-Yard Run In Pioneer Victory Over Jackson Parkside, April 1977 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1977
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All Alone: Pioneer's Beth Huff crosses the finish line far ahead of the field in the 880-yard run in a track meet against Jackson Parkside.
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April
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1977
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Ann Bullock Takes First Place In Diving Contest For Pioneer High, October 1976

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Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1976
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Splashing Success: Ann Bullock of Pioneer High shows her best form in the diving competition Monday against Swartz Creek in a dual meet. Bullock won the diving section of the contest with 158.90 points while Pioneer swamped Swartz Creek for the meet victory, 119-53.
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12
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October
Year
1976
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Diver Vicki Kimball Places First In South Central Conference Meet, March 1976

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Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1976
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Stretching For First: Pioneer High's diving ace Vicki Kimball shows her form in Friday night's South Central Conference preliminaries at Pioneer High. Vicki is sitting in first place with 263 points with one day of competition left.
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March
Year
1976
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Cottonwood Farm - Interior, April 1948

Cottonwood Farm - Interior, April 1948 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1948
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114-YEAR-OLD FIREPLACE RESTORED: Shown above is the fireplace in the Cottonwood Farm homestead, Farrell and Webster Church Roads, restored to its original appearance and usefulness by its most recent owners, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mast. At the left of the fireplace is the bake oven.
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April
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1948
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Cottonwood Farm Home - Exterior, April 1948

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Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1948
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BUILT IN 1834: Completely remodeled and restored to its original eraly 19th century appearance by its present owners, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mast, is the Cottonwood Farm home, shown above. This pioneer dwelling is one of a group of buildings at or near the Webster Church Corners, Farrell and Webster Church Roads. The present farm includes 240 acres, residue of the original tract of 1,000 acres. Four other farms carved from the original tract are now owned by Emil Kaiser, Emmet Farrell, Le Roy Waterman and Frank Winslow.
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April
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1948
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Freshman Jean Boehlke Moves Into Stockwell Hall At The University Of Michigan, September 1960

Freshman Jean Boehlke Moves Into Stockwell Hall At The University Of Michigan, September 1960 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1960
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TOTE THAT LOAD: Moving from her home in Saginaw to Stockwell Dormitory at the University for nine months can mean a big shift in personal belongings, but one wonders how large that pile will grow by next June after Freshman Jean Boehlke brings back Christmas presents plus various and sundry "incidentals." Helping her make the "big shift" is Had Beatty of Toledo, O., a junior at Dartmouth College, who has come to the U-M to "make some money." We agree that he's earning it on this trip, especially since that load has to be towed up to the fourth floor. Also pictured (at far right) are Miss Boehlke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Boehlke of Saginaw.
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September
Year
1960
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Neighboring Farmers & County Officials View The Wreckage Of A Navy Plane Crashed Near Saline, September 1942

Neighboring Farmers & County Officials View The Wreckage Of A Navy Plane Crashed Near Saline, September 1942 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1942
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WRECKAGE OF NAVY PLANE: Two men in a Navy training plane were killed in the crash shown above. The plane pancaked into a farm field this morning about five miles west of Saline, and then bounced about 450 feet further to crash into a tree. Neighboring farmers and county officials view the crumpled wreckage, parts of which were thrown by the impact to points hundreds of feet away. Identity of the two men was not revealed by the Navy.
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September
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1942
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Wreckage Of A Navy Plane Scattered Across A Field Near Saline, September 1942

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1942
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WRECKAGE OF NAVY PLANE WIDELY SCATTERED: The Navy training plane which crashed twice on a farm near Saline this morning is shown in the background of the picture above, which was taken from the spot where the plane first crashed, making a hole ten yards long and two and a half feet deep. The two occupants of the plane were instantly killed. Parts of the plane, some of which are shown above strewn along the recently plowed field, are also scattered over as extensive an area on the other side of the tree, a top branch of which the plane cut off as it sped to the earth.
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September
Year
1942
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Kimball Siblings Among Top Competitors in Michigan AAU Indoor Diving Championships, May 1975

Kimball Siblings Among Top Competitors in Michigan AAU Indoor Diving Championships, May 1975 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1975
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Local Entrants: There will be a strong representation of city talent in the Michigan AAU Indoor Age Group Diving Championships. Carrying the local hopes next weekend will be: (front to back) Jimbo Kimball, Bruce Kimball, Vicki Kimball, Kay Ramirez, Ann McDivitt, Allison Baum, Lori Wettlaufer, Wendy Theisen and Julie Jeffrey.
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May
Year
1975
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Huron High Girls Tennis Team Wins Regional Championship, October 1973

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Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1973
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Tennis Champions: The Huron High girls' tennis team gained a place on the News Pictorial Honor Roll of Champions by wrapping up the regional championship. Front row, from left. Coach Kay Sprague, Debbie Blayer, Julie Eberle, Lori Stubbs, Suzie Cartwright, Brenda Pearson, Michele Kelsey, Laura Pope, Mimi Powell and Kathi Niemi. Back row, from left: Liz Eaton, Julie Collins, Kathy Chase, Rhonda Graham, Nancy Fahrner, Christy Collins, Lauri Murphy, Ivy Horwitz, Stephanie Hamm and Linda Hultquist.
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30
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October
Year
1973
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Jenny Ogle Wins 100-Meter Freestyle In City Swim Meet, July 1972

Jenny Ogle Wins 100-Meter Freestyle In City Swim Meet, July 1972 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 27, 1972
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City Champ: Jenny Ogle reigns as the city's 100-meter freestyle swim champion after beating out her sister, Julie, by a few seconds in the annual City Swim Meet held at Fuller Pool. Jenny was timed in 1:07, and Julie in 1:12.7.
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27
Month
July
Year
1972
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Competitors in Ann Arbor Swim Club Meet, November 1971

Competitors in Ann Arbor Swim Club Meet, November 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 12, 1971
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Local Contingent: Among the local contingent of 41 entrants in the Ann Arbor Swim Club's Invitational Age Group and Open Diving Meet will be these outstanding competitors. Competing this weekend at Matt Mann Pool will be: (top row, left to right) Janet Ely, Julie Jeffrey, Dave Waiterhouse, (middle row) Wendy Theisen, Ginger Jeffrey, Vicki Kimball, (front row) Bruce Kimball and Karen Horvath.
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November
Year
1971
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Barb Cochrane Participates In City Junior Tennis Tournament, July 1971

Barb Cochrane Participates In City Junior Tennis Tournament, July 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 17, 1971
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Junior Tennis Tournament Ballet: The players in this year's City Junior Tennis Tournament put on a show as graceful as a group of ballet dancers as they battle for prizes in several categories of doubles and singles. From left to right are Barb Cochrane, Chris Gray, Oliver Owens and Alex Neel.
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July
Year
1971
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