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Ann Arbor League of Women Voters Members Rehearse A Skit, March 1958

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Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1958
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SKIT IN REHEARSAL: Rehearsing a scene in the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters' original skit "Up to Date in '58" are (left to right) Mrs. J. D. Prendergast, Mrs. Henry Meyer, Mrs. Robert Vinter and Mrs. Glen Berg. They'll present it first on Wednesday at a League luncheon.
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March
Year
1958
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Barbara & Judy Hough Assemble A League Of Women Voters Exhibit, April 1958

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Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1958
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LEAGUE'S EXHIBIT: An exhibit created by members of the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters and designed to encourage persons to vote "yes" on calling a Constitutional Convention, will be on display at the Ann Arbor Junior Chamber of Commerce Builders Show today through Sunday at Yost Fieldhouse. Here, Mrs. Paul Hough of Olivia Ave. works on the exhibit with help from her daughter, Judy, 7. A vote on the calling of a Constitutional Convention will be held on Nov. 4.
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April
Year
1958
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Anne Henderson - League of Women Voters Of Ann Arbor President, September 1958

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Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1958
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READIES FOR CAMPAIGN: Mrs. Algo D. Henderson of Geddes Hgts., president of the League of Women Voters of Ann Arbor, prepares for the opening of the group's finance campaign. Funds from the drive will help carry on various programs sponsored by the League here.
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September
Year
1958
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Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity's Homecoming Display: Go Blue - Whale Iowa, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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"GO BLUE - WHALE IOWA": Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity at 920 Baldwin Ave., with a reputation for building large Homecoming displays, built this whale with a mouth that moves. Two years ago the group won a Homecoming display contest award with a 70-foot dragon. Showers and high winds damaged many of the displays in the yards of fraternities this morning.
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October
Year
1955
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Chi Phi Fraternity's Homecoming Display: 20,000 Leagues To Pasadena, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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"20,000 LEAGUES TO PASADENA": That's the title on the sign in front of this Homecoming display built by Chi Phi fraternity at 1530 Washtenaw Ave. The Wolverines have hopes of a Rose Bowl bid.
Month
October
Year
1955
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Gamma Phi Beta Sorority's Homecoming Display: O, I Dare Say...Go Blue, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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"O, I DARE SAY...GO BLUE": Even this elderly woman, constructed by the Coeds of Gamma Phi Beta sorority at 1520 S. University Ave., gets a little excited about Michigan's chances of going to the Rose Bowl.
Month
October
Year
1955
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Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Brothers Plan Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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PLANNING STAGE: Winner last year in the men's division of the University Homecoming Display Contest was Sigma Phi Epsilon of 733 S. State St. Here four of its members, (left to right) John Thomas of Detroit, Dwight Allen of Birmingham, Joe Naylor of Ann Arbor and Tom Ainslie of Detroit, study plans for this year.
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October
Year
1955
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Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Brothers Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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PLANS INTO ACTION: Putting their drawing board plans into reality are Dwight Allen (left) of Birmingham, Tom Beierle (center) of Ogdensburg, N. J., and Robert L. Boshoven of Grand Rapids. They are members of Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Month
October
Year
1955
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Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Sisters Work On Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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EVERYBODY HELPS: The girls at Alpha Delta Pi sorority at 722 S. Forest Ave. were more systematic than most groups in getting their Homecoming display built. Each of the sorority's 44 girls was assigned six hours of work, which still left them time for dates and studying.
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October
Year
1955
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Beta Theta Pi Fraternity Brothers Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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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.
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October
Year
1955
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Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity Brothers Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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'GO BLUE - WHALE IOWA': That's the theme of this display under construction by Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity at 920 Baldwin Ave. The boys worked late last night getting the whale ready for today's judging.
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October
Year
1955
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Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Sisters Assemble Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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45,000 NAPKINS: It took some 45,000 white and yellow paper napkins, plus about 100 feet of chicken wire, for the Alpha Delta Pi display. The girls are Ellie Popovich of Detroit (left), Mariel Bennett of Muskegon (center) and Ruth Hayward of Royal Oak.
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October
Year
1955
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Residents Of Victor Vaughan Residence Hall Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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VAMPIRE AWAITS HAWKEYES: Girls at Victor Vaughan residence hall on E. Catherine St. are in the process of constructing a vampire (shown here) to lure an Iowa football player to destruction. Painting a "Welcome" sign is Judy White of Ontonagon. Working on the figure is Diane Bates of Detroit.
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October
Year
1955
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Constructs Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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NIGHT WORK: Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at 1408 Washtenaw Ave. worked on their display until late last night. They show a new car under the title "The Big 'M' Is Coming." Passersby from other sororities and fraternities gathered around for a gala time while music blared from a loud speaker.
Month
October
Year
1955
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Sigma Kappa Sorority Sisters Construct Their Homecoming Display, October 1955

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1955
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GIANT FIGURE BEING BUILT: Spattered with flour and water paste but having a wonderful time are Chris Eckhard (left) of Clawson and Judy Guest of Royal Oak. They are members of Sigma Kappa sorority at 626 Oxford Rd. The girls are shown building a giant Oriental image across which were the lines: "Confucius Says: Great Is Man Who Reaps Roses From Plowing Corn." The display won first place in the women's division.
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October
Year
1955
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Dr. Joseph E. Maddy & His German Brown Trout, August 1943

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Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1943
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DR. MADDY AND HIS RECORD CATCH: The president of the National Music camp at Interlochen took this 7 lb. 2 oz. German Brown trout from the Platte river near Honor Monday night at dusk, using a grey fox tail fly on a 3x Nylon leader and a 3 ounce rod. It is thought to be a record breaker.
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August
Year
1943
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Retiring Coach Harold Simons Reflects on Career, September 1998

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Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1998
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Harold Simons, known to his former players as 'Coach Si,' presided over the basketball program at Huron for 20 years. 'It's a sad day for basketball in Ann Arbor,' said longtime JV coach Bill Harris. 'He's great with strategy, great with fundamentals and he's an outstanding person.'
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21
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September
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1998
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Deimen-Stull Subdivision and Bunny Lake, August 1957

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Ann Arbor News, August 10, 1957
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Wrought from Brush: These scenes depict land development at a fine point. It's the Deimen-Stull subdivision and Bunny Lake, just off Portage Lake in Livingston county. It's man-made. About four years ago, this was scrub land, apparently unwanted. Hidden springs held the key, destined to be turned by C. R. Stull, aided by Dr. Albert Deimen.
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August
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1957
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Deimen-Stull Subdivision and Bunny Lake, August 1957

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Ann Arbor News, August 10, 1957
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Wrought from Brush: These scenes depict land development at a fine point. It's the Deimen-Stull subdivision and Bunny Lake, just off Portage Lake in Livingston county. It's man-made. About four years ago, this was scrub land, apparently unwanted. Hidden springs held the key, destined to be turned by C. R. Stull, aided by Dr. Albert Deimen.
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August
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1957
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House In Deimen-Stull Subdivision On Bunny Lake, August 1957

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Ann Arbor News, August 10, 1957
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Way of Life: These homes, well-planned and built to be occupied the year around, are but outward symbols of a way of life at Bunny Lake. Here, community life is one of close friendships, punctuated by informal get-togethers and an unending pride of ownership. "Work around the yard" is an important avocation to the Bunny Lake residents, also noted as swimmers, fishermen and boat enthusiasts.
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August
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1957
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House In Deimen-Stull Subdivision On Bunny Lake, August 1957

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Ann Arbor News, August 10, 1957
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Way of Life: These homes, well-planned and built to be occupied the year around, are but outward symbols of a way of life at Bunny Lake. Here, community life is one of close friendships, punctuated by informal get-togethers and an unending pride of ownership. "Work around the yard" is an important avocation to the Bunny Lake residents, also noted as swimmers, fishermen and boat enthusiasts.
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August
Year
1957
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Stagecoach In Front Of The Stage Stop Motel - 2443 Carpenter Road, January 1956

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Ann Arbor News, January 6, 1956
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THE STAGE IS LATE: Christmas presents atop this stage being "delivered" from Salem to Hartford (according to the inscription on the coach) are late this year. The coach, which is hindered in its forward progress by the fact that it has no horses, stands in front of the Stage Coach Courts, 2443 Carpenter Rd., Pittsfield township.
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January
Year
1956
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Women Preparing Packets of UM Football Tickets, September 1961

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Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1961
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PREPARE FOOTBALL TICKETS: These local women were busy this week preparing packets of student tickets for University football games this fall, opening with the Michigan-UCLA game on Sept. 30 in Michigan Stadium. They are (left to right), Mrs. William Perigo, wife of the U-M's assistant dean of men and a former basketball coach; Mrs. Eugene Oliver, Mrs. Keith Hall, wife of Prof. Hall of the College of Engineering; and Mrs. Allan M. Renfrew, wife of the University's hockey coach.
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September
Year
1961
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Women Preparing Packets of UM Football Tickets

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Herman & Catherine Busch - Married 50 Years, June 1944

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Ann Arbor News, June 30, 1944
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Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Busch (above), of 315 John St., are observing their golden wedding anniversary today. They will be honored by about 60 friends and relatives at a celebration Sunday.
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June
Year
1944
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Huron Basketball Coach Harold Simons Gives a Pep Talk, March 1998

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Ann Arbor News, March 8, 1998
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Huron coach Harold Simons (above) and Ypsilanti coach Waleed Samaha (left) will take their teams to the Class A Coldwater district tournament this week that will culminate in the championship game Saturday. The other teams competing in the Coldwater district are Pioneer, Saline, Jackson and Coldwater.
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6
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March
Year
1998
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Ann Arbor High School Homecoming Queen Candidates, October 1956

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Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1956
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ONE OF THEM IS QUEEN: One of these seven Ann Arbor High School girls has been elected homecoming queen and will be named at Friday's gridiron contest between the Pioneers and Battle Creek. The remaining six girls will make up the queen's court. The queen candidates (front row, left to right) are Carol Steinke and Sue Bigby. In the center row (left to right) they are Janet Everhardus, Mary Meadows and Dian Littell; while the two in the back row (left to right) are Judy Fingerle and Linda Potter.
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October
Year
1956
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Dian Littell - Ann Arbor High School Homecoming Queen & Her Court, October 1956

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Ann Arbor News, October 13, 1956
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HOMECOMING QUEEN: Senior Dian M. Littell, 17, of 909 Hutchins Ave., (center) was named Ann Arbor High School's homecoming queen at last night's Ann Arbor-Battle Creek football game. She will be crowned at the high school's homecoming dance at 9 p.m. today at given a football signed by varsity players. Her court (left to right) are Carol Steinke, Janet Everhardus, Mary Meadows, Linda Potter, Judy Fingerle and Sue Bigby.
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October
Year
1956
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Alena Simons Tries Her New Locker at Huron High Freshman Orientation, August 1991

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Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1991
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Freshman Alena Simons, a former Clague student, tries out her locker at Huron High School for the first time Tuesday night at orientation. Her mother, Carolyn, looks on.
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27
Month
August
Year
1991
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Anne and Benny Ladd Rake Leaves, September 1955

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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1955
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LEAF-RAKING TIME AGAIN: One of the surest signs of the fall season which began today, is the silent drifting to earth of browned leaves. For 2 1/2-year-old Benny Ladd of 1231 Baldwin Ave., it brings a new experience of raking leaves. His mother is Mrs. Michael Ladd.
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September
Year
1955
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Students Exchange Used Textbooks for Cash at Forsythe Junior High, September 1970

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Ann Arbor News, August 27, 1970
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Textbook Buying Under Way: Student Mary Teska (far right) sells a book to Nancy Bell as Forsythe teacher Duane Black looks on. This was the scene today at Forsythe Junior High where the public schools are buying used textbooks because of a Supreme Court ruling that all textbooks must be provided free to all students. The sale will continue until 8 p.m. today at both Forsythe and Tappan Junior Highs, and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. tomorrow.
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September
Year
1970
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Trombone Players Line Up At University of Michigan Marching Band Practice, October 1959

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Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1959
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SLIDE SECTION: The Michigan Marching Band's trombone section lines up in a formation during yesterday afternoon's rehearsal session for the between-halves show at tomorrow's Michigan-Northwestern football game.
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October
Year
1959
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William Revelli Conducts University of Michigan Marching Band Practice, October 1959

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Ann Arbor News, October 22, 1959
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What's Everyone Looking At? The U-M Band Practice, Of Course!
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October
Year
1959
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Honeybrook Farm Roadside Stand - Jackson Road (US-12), August 1956

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Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1956
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JACKSON RD. MARKET: Demonstrating the fertility of Scio township soil is this fruit and vegetable stand at 6390 Jackson Rd., one of several in the township. Salesladies are Elizabeth Wallace (left), 10, and Sandra Faircloth, 14. The small market offers tomatoes, apples, cucumbers, peaches, watermelons, plums, berries and other produce.
Month
August
Year
1956
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Burns Park Sixth Graders Leave For Canada, November 1956

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Ann Arbor News, November 20, 1956
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CANADA BOUND: These 33 Burns Park sixth graders and six adults this morning boarded a bus to visit with a sixth-grade class at a Windsor, Ontario, Canada school. The pupils are from Mrs. Betty Melhuish's class, which has been studying a unit on Canada. The group was to return at 5 p.m.
Month
November
Year
1956
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League Of Women Voters Member, DeEtta Forsythe, Demonstrates Voting Machine Operation, March 1942

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Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1942
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VOTING MACHINE DEMONSTRATED: Ann Arbor residents, who will cast their votes by machine at the April 6 election, can familiarize themselves with the operation of voting machines at the city hall, the Detroit Edison Co. office, the high school, the Michigan Union and the State theater, where the machines are on demonstration-display. Mrs. Warren Forsythe is seen showing David Underdown how to vote the machine at the voters information bureau maintained at the Detroit Edison office by the League of Women Voters.
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March
Year
1942
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Eighth Street Market Gives Away Pumpkins, October 1947

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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1947
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SORTA BIG, DON'T YOU THINK? Three-year-old Vicki Jean Parks, reflecting the generosity of her father, Ray Parks, 415 W. Davis St., who yesterday gave Halloween pumpkins away to children, encouraged Bobby Moak to take the biggest pumpkin of the lot. Bobby was interested but had to settle on a much smaller one, as the big pumpkin proved too much for him to lift, let alone carry. Vicki's father, annoyed at the high prices of pumpkins at downtown stores, took a truck into the country and brought back two loads of pumpkins numbering about 200. He gave them away yesterday to the first 200 children to claim them.
Month
October
Year
1947
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Ann Arbor High School Band Boasts New Uniforms, March 1937

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Ann Arbor News, March 5, 1937
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Members of the Ann Arbor High School band, who will make their first public appearance in their natty new uniforms at a concert tonight, are shown as they tried them on at rehearsal. In the foreground (left to right) are Director William R. Champion, Donald MacLeod, Donald Waters and Walter Maynard. Proceeds from tonight's concert at 8:15 p.m. in the school auditorium will be used to help defray the expense of the uniforms. Members of the committee on uniforms were Raymond Matthews, chairman; Ivan Cuthbert, Mrs. H. K. Burch, Mrs. J. F. Fahrner, Mrs. E. R. Chaufty, Arthur Wright and Miss Anna Steele.
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March
Year
1937
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Semi-finalists in the "Miss Red Feather' contest, Community Chest Rally, Hill Auditorium, October 1950

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Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1950
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'MISS RED FEATHER' SEMI-FINALISTS: Four semi-finalists in the third round of the "Miss Red Feather" contest were caught unexpectedly by the photography as they stood on the state in Hill Auditorium last night, during the Community Chest rally. They are (left to right) Mrs. Robert G. Farris, who before her marriage Saturday was Charlotte M. Swanson, Mrs. Joyce Vogel, Mrs. Joyce M. Rowe, and Marion J. Weinmann, the winner.
Month
October
Year
1950
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Marion J. Weinmann, queen of the 30th annual Community Chest Campaign, October 1950

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Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1950
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Miss Marion J. Weinmann, queen of the 30th annual Community Chest Campaign, is shown shortly after she was crowned at a kick-off rally in Hill Auditorium last night. Miss Weinmann represented the Ann Arbor Bank. (Another picture on Page 22.)
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October
Year
1950
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Herb Estes, Inc., In New Building - 503 E. Huron Street, May 1956

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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1956
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NEW BUILDING HOUSES FORD AGENCY: This new building at 503 E. Huron St. houses the sales and service facilities of Herb Estes, Inc., Ann Arbor Ford dealer. Although finishing touches are still being applied, the building is open for business. Designed by Architect Douglas D. Loree and built by Henry W. deKoning, the $140,000 structure is 72 feet across the front and 224 feet deep, with a glass and brick front and concrete block side and rear walls. The former Estes agency sit at 514 E. Washington St. has been taken over by A. L. Nye Motor Sales, Inc., local Nash dealer. Nye vacated 210 W. Washington St., where the Ann Arbor Town Club plans to move in the fall.
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May
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1956
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Herb Estes, Inc., Service Area, May 1956

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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1956
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SERVICE AREA: The service department of Herb Estes, Inc., measures 72x193 feet, providing ample floor space. Cars are driven into this area from an adjacent sales lot west of the building.
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May
Year
1956
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Herb Estes, Inc., Show Room, May 1956

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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1956
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FRONT SHOW ROOM: This show room at the front of the new Herb Estes, Inc., building is set off by a large window, trimmed in brick. It is 31x40 feet. The building also includes offices, conference rooms, storage rooms and a small display room on a mezzanine.
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May
Year
1956
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Progressive Party Candidates for November Election, September 1948

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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1948
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Candidates on the county slate of the Progressive party were certified yesterday for placement on the ballot at the Nov. 2 general election. The candidates, with the positions for which they were nominated, are: Back row, left to right, Kenneth Martin, sheriff; Rev. David. A. Blake, jr., state representative, Second District; Jack Geist, congressman, Second Michigan District; Bret Miller, state representative, First District; and Gustave Maschke, drain commissioner. Front row, again left to right, are Mrs. Xenia Meader, county clerk; Mrs. Mae Ava Phillips, register of deeds; and Mrs. Alice M. Sloss, coroner. The candidates were chosen at the party's county convention and were certified by the party's state committee.
Month
August
Year
1948
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Shirley McIntyre, Rance Thomas and David A. Blake Jr., Youth Council Officers at Willow Run, April 1949

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Ann Arbor News, April 4, 1949
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YOUTH COUNCIL OFFICERS NAMED: Miss Shirley McIntyre (center) has been chosen president of the new Youth Council of the Willow Village chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Other officers include Rance Thomas (left), first vice-president. One of the group's advisers is Rev. David A. Blake, jr., (right).
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April
Year
1949
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Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher, and John Modlin working the primary election, February 1967

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Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1967
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Ho-Hum! Free time was the order of the dayin the city's 30 election precincts, as is evidenced by this picture taken in the Northside School gymnasium -- voting place for the First Ward's first precinct. By 9:45 a.m. today, only one person had cast a ballot in this precinct and that ballot was by one of the election workers. A primary election to select two candidates to run for Probate Court in April and to select the Republican nominee in the Third Ward is being conducted today. Pictured are (left to right) Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher and John Modlin. Modlin is the only resident of the precinct and had cast the lone early ballot.
Month
February
Year
1967
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Gary Banks Gets Caught - Huron High School Football vs East Lansing At Hollway Field, October 1970

Gary Banks Gets Caught - Huron High School Football vs East Lansing At Hollway Field, October 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 17, 1970
Caption
Caught From Behind. Huron's Gary Banks is caught from behind as he runs back East Lansing's kickoff after their field goal in the first period last night. The Trojans' Dave Dennis (55) and Jim Jessen (10) come in to help.
Month
October
Year
1970
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Ken Herman Carries The Ball - Huron High School Football vs East Lansing At Hollway Field, October 1970

Ken Herman Carries The Ball - Huron High School Football vs East Lansing At Hollway Field, October 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 17, 1970
Caption
Running Room. Dave Skala (left) takes out East Lansing's Don Ward as Ken Herman gets close to a first down for the River Rats last night. Charging in is Scott Beardsley (78) of the Trojans. (Ann Arbor News Photos by Cecil Lockard.)
Month
October
Year
1970
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