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C. J. Wageman & Doc Jock, U. S. Army Remount Stallion - May 1943

C. J. Wageman & Doc Jock, U. S. Army Remount Stallion - May 1943 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1943
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Doc Jock, the big bay stallion shown above, will stand the summer at C. J. Wageman's farm, 1080 Stein Rd., again this year and will be available for breeding purposes to farmers and horsemen in the Washtenaw area. Doc Jock, 16 hands plus high and weighing in the neighborhood of 1,200 pounds, was placed here by the Army remount service.
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May
Year
1943
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C. J. Wageman & Half-bred Horse - May 1943

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Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1943
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Farmers who breed a good type draft mare to Doc Jock, the Army remount stallion standing at 1080 Stein Rd., can expect a cross similar to the one shown above. Such an animal is generally tougher, more intelligent and a better worker than the average farm draft horse. In addition the half-bred is less expensive to feed.
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May
Year
1943
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St. Thomas High School Champion Track Team, May 1963

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Ann Arbor News, May 23, 1963
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TRACK CHAMPIONS: Joining The News' Pictorial Honor Roll of Champions today is the St. Thomas High track team, undefeated titlists of the West Side Division in the Detroit Catholic League setup. In the bottom row, left to right, are Coach Leo Wagner, Dick Deighton, Frank Ross, Tom O'Brien, Wayne Vuolo, Doug Lirette, John Hamilton, Dennis Teeter, Mike Bangert, Jack Hall, Fred Crudder and Brian McMahon. In the top row, left to right, are Jim Carr, Dave McKenzie, Tom Dyer, Tony Rutz, Tony Wiench, Jerry Lirette, Joe Krasny, Bill Tarrier, Dave Rohr, Don Canham, Rick Johnson, Mike Wenzel and Mike Havie. Don Moray and Sonny Hufano were not present when the photo was made.
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May
Year
1963
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Junior Deputies Inspect Firearms During A Tour Of The Washtenaw County Jail, February 1957

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Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1957
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GUN INSPECTION: Sheriff's Detective Sgt. Harry B. Hogan (left foreground) holds a Thompson submachine gun, during a demonstration on the use of firearms to members of the Ann Arbor chapter of the Washtenaw Junior Deputy League. George Peterson, jr. (right foreground), son of Capt. George Peterson of the Sheriff's Department, holds a tear gas gun. Bob Britton, director of the Ann Arbor group, is standing in the center background.
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February
Year
1957
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Washtenaw County Junior Deputies Tour The County Jail, February 1957

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Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1957
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MEAL TIME: Junior Deputy Lt. Richard Weaver (right) hands a bowl of soup in to three "prisoners," Junior Deputies Paul Bunten, Paul Hasley and Tom Acree (left to right) behind the bars. The three junior deputies inspected the cell from the inside during Saturday's tour of the County Jail. Twenty-two Junior Deputies made the tour.
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February
Year
1957
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Junior Deputy Ed Shawaker Is Fingerprinted During A Tour Of The Washtenaw County Jail, February 1957

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Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1957
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FINGERPRINT PROCESS: Detective Sgt. Harry B. Hogan (left) takes Junior Deputy Ed Shawaker's fingerprints to demonstrate the process used for record purposes on all incoming prisoners at the County Jail. The printing was part of the tour taken Saturday.
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February
Year
1957
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Patrick Gannon, Owner of Falsetta's Market, Dressed For St. Patrick's Day - March 1985

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Ann Arbor News, March 17, 1985
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TOP OF THE MORNIN' - Patrick Gannon, dressed as a leprechaun, will greet customers who walk into his store this morning with a wave of his shillelagh and a pretzel for the kids. "The idea was to get everybody excited about St. Patty's day, even though it's on Sunday," said the all-Irish Gannon, owner of Falsetta's Market, 2200 Pittsfield Blvd. He worked up to it gradually, starting with a hat on Monday and adding a piece of the costume each day. "I had the pipe, then the ears and by Friday I had the full get-up," said Gannon, whose pantaloons and blouse were made by his wife, Jennifer, and his mother, Elizabeth. The shoes, fake ears and long-stemmed pipe were discovered by Gannon's sisters Pat Burns and Jackie Gannon, who manage the store. "The beard is mine and the hat covers my bald head," said the 42-year-old Gannon. Customers Friday and Saturday did double takes upon seeing the 6 feet 2 inch gnome, and sister Jackie promises he'll be back for Easter as a bunny.
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March
Year
1985
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Gene Sperling, Ann Arbor Junior Open, August 1972

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Ann Arbor News, August 8, 1972
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Back To The Base Line The third-seeded player, Gene Sperling, drops back to the base line to return a shot from Dennis Royal of Detroit in the Ann Arbor Junior Open at the Huron Valley Tennis Club. The Ann Arbor entrant won this first-round match in a tough three sets, 6-2, 6-7, 6-2 in the boys' 14 single. (Ann Arbor News photo by Robert Chase)
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August
Year
1972
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Ed Oxley Wins Long Jump for Ann Arbor High School, March 1966

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Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1966
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Soaring Jumper: Ann Arbor High's Ed Oxley tries his luck in the long jump and he won the event with a leap of 19 feet 7 inches in the dual meet with Wayne Memorial. The former Pioneer cager was among the 10 winners in the afternoon event.
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March
Year
1966
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Mike Sims and Ed Oxley Run Relay for Ann Arbor High School, April 1966

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Ann Arbor News, April 27, 1966
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Pioneer Pass: Ann Arbor High's Mike Sims passes the baton to teammate Ed Oxley as the 880-yard relay team runs its best time, shaving nearly two seconds off its previous best. The relay win helped Ann Arbor take its second straight Six-A League victory.
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April
Year
1966
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Ann Arbor High Dedicates Record Board to Former Track and Field Coach Tim Ryan, July 1966

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Ann Arbor News, July 6, 1966
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Former Track Coach Honored: Tim Ryan (center), Ann Arbor High track coach who served the school for 38 years from 1926 to 1964, looks over the recently placed record board dedicated in his honor. Ryan coached several of the finest cinder squads in Michigan prep history and during the late 40's and early 50's compiled an amazing record of 45 victories in 46 dual meets. At left is Frank Kline, Ann Arbor High athletic director, and at right is Jim Love, the present track coach who succeeded Ryan in 1964. The board bears the name Pioneer High as a result of the Board of Education's decision to rename Ann Arbor High in view of the planned construction of a second high school which will be named Huron High.
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July
Year
1966
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Ken Dyer Breaks High Jump Record, May 1964

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Ann Arbor News, May 25, 1964
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RECORD-MAKING JUMP: Ann Arbor High's Ken Dyer brought a roar from the crowd when he cleared the bar on this jump to establish a new state Class A record. Caught in the drama of the moment is Ted Fraumann, on of the officials, who kicks his leg as Dyer clears the bar. After Dyer made the jump an official measurement was taken and the height was 6 feet 7 3/4 inches instead of 6-8 as posted.
Month
May
Year
1964
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Wolverine Tower Under Construction, August 1973

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Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1973
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The old frames the new in this picture taken from an old barn just south of an 11-story office building, Wolverine Tower, on S. State near the I-94 interchange and the Briarwood Shopping Center. The decaying timbers are a reminder of when this part of the Ann Arbor area was mostly fields and barns. Now it is an area of heavy construction which also includes the building of an apartment complex just north of Briarwood. A new section of Eisenhower Parkway is also being constructed just north of the office building, which is scheduled to open in early 1974. Briarwood is scheduled to open in October. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Jack Stubbs)
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August
Year
1973
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Construction Of Bechtel Building Near Wolverine Tower, April 1974

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Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1974
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A small portion of a second high-rise office building has risen on the horizon in a southeast portion of the city where there used to be nothing more than four story buildings. Located near the corner of S. State Street and Eisenhower Parkway, the office building for the Bechtel Power Corp. has reached its full height of 10 stories but the total project is only about 4 per cent complete with the steel structure erected all the way for two of the seven sections of the building. The 253,000-square-foot Bechtel building will have 50 per cent more space than the 11-story Wolverine Tower office building in the background. The two structures are part of the recent development in the area of the I-94 interchange with State Street, where the Briarwood Shopping Center also is located. (News Photo by Jack Stubbs)
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April
Year
1974
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Looking West - Newly Constructed Section Of Eisenhower Parkway Between State Street & Railroad Bridge, September 1974

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Ann Arbor News, September 12, 1974
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Eisenhower Parkway will be fully in use between Packard and S. Main Road in time for Saturday's Michigan-Iowa game. The parkway view here is to the west near S. State Street. Wolverine Tower office building is on the left. The Bechtel Corp. building, still under construction, is on the right. (News Photo by Robert Chase)
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September
Year
1974
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Groundbreaking Ceremony For Matthaei Farm Luxury Housing Development, September 1985

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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1985
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Matthaei children Carl (left), Mimi, Amy, Mari and Julie listen to their parents talk at the groundbreaking.
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September
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1985
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Hudson T. Morton - President Of Morton Bearing Company, 1950

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Ann Arbor News, March 2, 1950
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Hudson T. Morton of New Britain, Conn., formerly of Ann Arbor, is president of the newly organized Morton Bearing Co., which will begin operations here next month. The firm will be located at 200 Hill St., sharing the old Schumacher & Backus plumbing company building with LusTrus Extruded Plastics Co.
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1950
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Morton Bearing Company's New Building - 815 Wildt Street, August 1953

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Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1953
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SITUATED IN NEW HOME: The new home of the Morton Bearing Co. at 815 Wildt St. contains 5,000 square-feet of operating space. It includes three offices, an assembly room and manufacturing quarters. The company makes ball and roller bearings. It also produces special bearings for use in tanks. The building, constructed by George Walterhouse, is owned by Julius F. Haarer, company treasurer. Other officers include Hudson T. Morton, president; H. B. Huehl, vice-president; Russell M. Sharp, secretary; and Joseph H. Buhr, assistant secretary-treasurer. The firm employs 22 people.
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August
Year
1953
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Arthur Bauer Operates A Turret Lathe At The Morton Bearing Company, December 1954

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Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1955
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KEY FABRICATING MACHINE: This turret lathe is typical of those used to fabricate bearings from the raw material - bars or tubes. Here, Morton Bearing Co. employe, Arthur Bauer machines the outer ring of a needle bearing.
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December
Year
1954
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Hudson T. Morton Examines Bearings Manufactured At The Morton Bearing Company, December 1954

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Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1955
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PRODUCTS ON DISPLAY: Spread out on this table are the varied types of bearings manufactured at the Morton Bearing Co. at 815 Wildt St. Hudson T. Morton, president and general manager, examines the exhibit. The types of bearings made by this firm include ball, cylindrical roller, needle roller and thrust bearings.
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December
Year
1954
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Clyde Hudson Grinds Bearings At The Morton Bearing Company, December 1954

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Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1955
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FINISHING OPERATION: Grinding of bearings is one of the last operations prior to assembly. Here, Clyde Hudson grinds the races of a thrust bearing washer.
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December
Year
1954
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Henry Heinzman Operates A Press Machine At The Morton Bearing Company, December 1954

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Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1955
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ONE ASSEMBLY PHASE: These balls are fastened in their retainers by this press machine. This one is being operated by Henry Heinzman.
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December
Year
1954
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Clara & Albert Lutz With Birthday Cards For Their Upcoming 80th Birthdays, February 1955

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Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1955
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TO CELEBRATE 80TH BIRTHDAYS: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lutz of W. Liberty St. will celebrate their 80th birthdays together at a party at the home of their daughter Sunday.
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February
Year
1955
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Sam McDonald, Injured Schoolteacher, In Veterans Hospital, February 1964

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Ann Arbor News, February 28, 1964
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FUTURE'S BRIGHT: Though he's flat on his back and will require extensive surgery for numerous broken bones and other accident injuries, Sam McDonald, Dundee's first Negro schoolteacher, has found thousands of friends he didn't know he had. The nurse is Miss JoAnn Nelson of the Veterans Administration Hospital in Ann Arbor.
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February
Year
1964
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Sam McDonald Reads His Mail While In Veterans Hospital, March 1964

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Ann Arbor News, March 10, 1964
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CATCHING UP ON HIS MAIL: Samuel A. McDonald, the only Negro school teacher in the 2,377-resident village of Dundee, gets into the day's batch of mail while recuperating in Veterans Hospital from serious injuries suffered in a Jan. 31 auto accident. Students and Dundee friends have collected more than $1,700 to help defray the 37-year-old McDonald's hospital and medical bills.
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March
Year
1964
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Sam McDonald Leads The Dundee Community Schools Elementary Chorus At The Veterans Hospital In Ann Arbor, May 1965

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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1965
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Samuel A. McDonald, 37, of 908 Gott, led the elementary chorus of the Dundee Community Schools yesterday in a special concert for patients of the Veterans Hospital in Ann Arbor. Nearly crushed to death in an automobile accident on Jan. 31, 1964, McDonald was given more than $1,700 by Dundee school children and citizens who established a Sam McDonald Fund to help pay his medical bills. He was a patient at the Veterans Hospital for nearly eight months before returning last September to his job as music teacher in the Dundee school system.
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May
Year
1965
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Ypsilanti Quartet, August 1955

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Ann Arbor News, August 2, 1955
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ROCKIN' WITH RHYTHM: This Ypsilanti quartet will be one of the featured attractions at the talent show at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the West Park band shell. The singers (left to right) are Waverly Chauncey, William Rhan, Albert Roper and Kenny Robinson.
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August
Year
1955
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Tricia McNaughton, Andrew Hartzell, & Jamie McNaughton Make Christmas Decorations, November 1967

Tricia McNaughton, Andrew Hartzell, & Jamie McNaughton Make Christmas Decorations, November 1967 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1967
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Even pre-schoolers will get into the act when Creative Arts I and II groups of the American Association of University Women presents their Christmas Idea Fair from 8 to 10 p.m. today at the American Red Cross Building, 2729 Packard. A special feature will be holiday decorations with instructions designed for young children. Immersed in a macaroni Christmas tree project are 'Tricia and Jamie McNaughton, children of Mr. and Mrs. James McNaughton of Dalton Drive, and Andrew Hartzell (center), son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hartzell of Creal Crescent. All AAUW members may attend the fair.
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November
Year
1967
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Tricia McNaughton With Wrestling Awards She Won In Europe, December 1990

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Ann Arbor News, December 26, 1990
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Tricia McNaughton shows off a trophy she won while competing in Europe this past summer.
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24
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December
Year
1990
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The Ramones at Schoolkids' Records, October 5, 1981

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Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1981
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Rock 'n roll autographs... It was 1975 when the rockers, the Ramones, made their debut on the American music scene. On Monday afternoon, they debuted at Schoolkids' records at 523 E. Liberty to sign a few autogaphs. The Ramones brought their sound to The Second Chance Monday night, a sound which band member Joey Ramone says appeals "to a broad range of ages ... because we still play old-style rock, not mush." Above, the Ramones put their signatures on albums and, inset, on a T-shirt.
Month
October
Year
1981
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