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Planters outside of Mr. Flood's Party, July 1975

Planters outside of Mr. Flood's Party, July 1975 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 24, 1975
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Perseverance -- and following the proper City Hall channels -- has gotten Mr. Flood's Party its planter boxes. The first attempt by the owner of the W. Liberty Street nightspot to build a sidewalk planter failed because a permit wasn't obtained. Following unheeded warnings to stop the work, city officials used a front-end loader to literally scoop the box away. The owner of the bar, Ned Duke, then went to City Council for the necessary approval, but council said "no" after learning the city would be responsible for any accidents caused by the planter. A second try convinced council to grant the permit. Plantings in one of the two stone boxes was completed Wednesday by, from left, Pat Grammatico, who did the stone work, John Cruz, Carol Bernstein and Duke. (News Photo by Jack Stubbs)
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July
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1975
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First Night at Golden Gloves Tournament, January 1938

First Night at Golden Gloves Tournament, January 1938 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1938
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REAL SPIRIT PREVAILS IN GOLDEN GLOVES: This picture typifies the true spirit of Golden Glove boxing. Cy Hughes of Ann Arbor, left, had just knocked out John Frauser of Dexter, right, in the third round of their novice welterweight bout at the Armory last night. But here they are on their way to the dressing room, arms around each other and, judging from the expressions on their faces, no hard feelings.
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January
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1938
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Edwards Brothers Girls' City Softball Champions, 1937

Edwards Brothers Girls' City Softball Champions, 1937 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1937
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PLAY IN STATE TOURNAMENT TODAY: Edwards Brothers, who won the girls' city softball championship recently, will compete in the state tournament at Lansing today against the Remington Rand ten of Benton Harbor. If victorious today, Edwards will swing into action again Sunday afternoon at Ranney park against the survivor of games between three teams, Peter Pan of Lansing, Mutal Drugs of Niles, and Holt Recorders. The contest will start at 1 o'clock. Standing in the above picture, left to right, are Coach Tommy Ingram, Hazel Engels, Mildred Smith, Ruth Carstens, Lorreta Schlimmer, Esther Carstens, Evelyn Barnes, Helen Hickey, Helen Pegan and Coach Ned Hickey. Seated are Dorothy Pickard, Helen Carman, Lucille Stierle, Mary Pegan, Clarice Lytle and Nadenna Schmidt.
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1937
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2,000 gather outside a J. D. Miller's Cafeteria and Coffee Shop to hear debate on Communism versus Capitalism, April 27, 1950

2,000 gather outside a J. D. Miller's Cafeteria and Coffee Shop to hear debate on Communism versus Capitalism, April 27, 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 28, 1950
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2,000 TURN OUT FOR DEBATE: This is part of the crowd of more than 2,000 persons who gathered outside a State St. cafeteria last nigh in their attempts to hear an off-campus debate, Communism versus Capitalism, between Prof. Preston W. Slosson, and admitted Communist Dr. Herbert J. Phillips. Only 200 persons were able to hear the actual debate, however, because of a fire inspector's ruling limiting occupancy of the building to that number.
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April
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1950
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Sandra Norrian models an easy-to-wear ensemble in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Sandra Norrian models an easy-to-wear ensemble in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
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DRESSED FOR SPRING: Members of the Michigan Dames will model in an annual style show at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Ballroom of the Michigan Union. Here Mrs. Sanford Norian of Northwood Apts. (left) wears an ensemble of beige and cocoa cotton, typical of the easy-to-wear fashions of the season. Mrs. Thomas Rose of Henry St. (center) shows just how dressy cotton can be. Her gown is of beige, black and white cotton printed with large roses. Mrs. Norian is shown again in a navy and chalk striped silk shirtwaist dress with a bloused bodice and slim, but comfortable skirt.
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December
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1967
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Betty Lodewick models a brief jacket atop a sheath dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Betty Lodewick models a brief jacket atop a sheath dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
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CAPES AND BRIEF JACKETS: ...Another new look on the fashion scene is the very, very brief jacket topping a sheath dress. Here Mrs. Lodewick wears an ensemble of white and beige tweed. The jacket has a "blouson" back and is cut Empire style in front. A Dutch boy look is created in the sheath by full darts at the hips. Completing her ensemble, she wears a perky beige straw hat with an upturned brim.
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December
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1967
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Betty Lodewick models a bright red silk dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Betty Lodewick models a bright red silk dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
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A WHIRL OF RED SILK: Mrs. L. S. Lodewick of Fifth St. shows a bright red silk dress by Mr. Mort which is designed with a rounded neckline and a flared pelon-lined skirt. Accenting the trim dress are Puritan-style white linen cuffs. Her white sraw hat is trimmed with red roses. Clothes modeled in the show will be from Jacobson's Ladies Apparel and will include sportswear, suits and coats, better dresses and evening wear.
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December
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1967
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Harriet M. Rose models a cotton printed dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Harriet M. Rose models a cotton printed dress in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
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DRESSED FOR SPRING: Members of the Michigan Dames will model in an annual style show at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Ballroom of the Michigan Union. Here Mrs. Sanford Norian of Northwood Apts. (left) wears an ensemble of beige and cocoa cotton, typical of the easy-to-wear fashions of the season. Mrs. Thomas Rose of Henry St. (center) shows just how dressy cotton can be. Her gown is of beige, black and white cotton printed with large roses. Mrs. Norian is shown again in a navy and chalk striped silk shirtwaist dress with a bloused bodice and slim, but comfortable skirt.
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December
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1967
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Harriet M. Rose models a cape and jacket in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957

Harriet M. Rose models a cape and jacket in the Michigan Dames' Fashion Show, March 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1957
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CAPES AND BRIEF JACKETS REIGN: A full-length cape in a new shade of grey, called French pewter, is modeled by Mrs. Rose. It features rows of decorative buttons and can be worn belted or full. With it she wears a satin-trimmed lemon yellow high straw hat.
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December
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1967
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Molly Meade at the Community High Lottery, March 1998

Molly Meade at the Community High Lottery, March 1998 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 12, 1998
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Molly Meade came to the Community High Lottery prepared. While some of her closest friends will be going to Community High, Meade's name came up far down the waiting list. She will likely be going to Pioneer.
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March
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1998
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Community High Students Look Through Seventeen Magazine, September 1996

Community High Students Look Through Seventeen Magazine, September 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 20, 1996
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Left, Community High students, left to right, Jermonna Bennett, Brandi Gibbs and Natalie Mason giggle as they look through the fall/winter issue of Seventeen Magazine. Below, Community students Justin Johnstone, left, Dominic Elder, second from left and Alan Watts, far right, listen to the directions of Seventeen Magazine photographer Sandro Sodano.
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19
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September
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1996
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Gerald Coon and Eddie Scott during a Golden Gloves bout, January 1936

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Ann Arbor News, February 1, 1936
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DETROITER WINS CLOSE DECISION--Above are Gerald Coon, left of Detroit, and Eddie Scott, Ann Arbor, open flyweights in their bout at the Armory last night. Coon won a hair-line decision with a spirited attack in the last minute of the third round. The decision was not unanimous.
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January
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1936
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Cecil A. Moore, fur trader, on way from Alaska to Maine via dog sled, stops in Saline, November 1950

Cecil A. Moore, fur trader, on way from Alaska to Maine via dog sled, stops in Saline, November 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1950
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GOES THROUGH SALINE BY DOG SLED: Cecil A. Moore, a 42-year-old fur trader, is shown above in Saline on his way from Fairbanks, Alaska, to his home in Lewiston, Me.--via dog sled and team. Moore arrived along US-112 yesterday and remained in Saline overnight. He was scheduled to mount his sled and head for Detroit and points east sometime this afternoon. (Story on page 21)
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November
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1950
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Earl K. Crabtree, Bill Westerman, and Cai V. Christensen prepare for pie-throwing event, April 1953

Earl K. Crabtree, Bill Westerman, and Cai V. Christensen prepare for pie-throwing event, April 1953 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1953
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"Side-show barker" Earl K. Crabtree tells pie-pitcher Bill Westerman "Here's your target," and points at Cai V. Christensen. This scene is scheduled to be repeated Saturday night at the Ann Arbor High School carnival from 6 to 10 p.m. At that time the public will have an opportunity to ty its hand at pie throwing.
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April
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1953
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Mrs. Richard Graham models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959

Mrs. Richard Graham models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1959
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MILLINERY SHOW TOMORROW: Included in the Barton Hills County Club hat show, "Autumn Finale" set for 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the club, will be the above chapeaux. Mrs. Charles Newton (left) wears a green velvet creation trimmed with feathers while Mrs. Richard Graham (center) wears a feathered cocktail hat in a shocking pink. Mrs. Douglas Gregory chose a green derby with a feathered crown. Other hats from Jacobson's French collection will be seen in softly tailored and dressy Lanvin, Bahman and Svend designs. Also modeled by the above women will be a collection of holiday hats, many with fur trim. Mrs. Vincent VandeMotter, general chairman, announced that reservations for the bridge luncheon will be received today at the club. She is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Edmund Botch and Mrs. Normal Ellis. Commentator for the millinery show will be John Walsch.
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September
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1959
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Lucy K. Gregory models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959

Lucy K. Gregory models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1959
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MILLINERY SHOW TOMORROW: Included in the Barton Hills County Club hat show, "Autumn Finale" set for 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the club, will be the above chapeaux. Mrs. Charles Newton (left) wears a green velvet creation trimmed with feathers while Mrs. Richard Graham (center) wears a feathered cocktail hat in a shocking pink. Mrs. Douglas Gregory chose a green derby with a feathered crown. Other hats from Jacobson's French collection will be seen in softly tailored and dressy Lanvin, Bahman and Svend designs. Also modeled by the above women will be a collection of holiday hats, many with fur trim. Mrs. Vincent VandeMotter, general chairman, announced that reservations for the bridge luncheon will be received today at the club. She is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Edmund Botch and Mrs. Normal Ellis. Commentator for the millinery show will be John Walsch.
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September
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1959
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Jane G. Newton models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959

Jane G. Newton models a hat for Barton Hills Country Club millinery show, "Autumn Finale," September 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1959
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MILLINERY SHOW TOMORROW: Included in the Barton Hills County Club hat show, "Autumn Finale" set for 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the club, will be the above chapeaux. Mrs. Charles Newton (left) wears a green velvet creation trimmed with feathers while Mrs. Richard Graham (center) wears a feathered cocktail hat in a shocking pink. Mrs. Douglas Gregory chose a green derby with a feathered crown. Other hats from Jacobson's French collection will be seen in softly tailored and dressy Lanvin, Bahman and Svend designs. Also modeled by the above women will be a collection of holiday hats, many with fur trim. Mrs. Vincent VandeMotter, general chairman, announced that reservations for the bridge luncheon will be received today at the club. She is being assisted on arrangements by Mrs. Edmund Botch and Mrs. Normal Ellis. Commentator for the millinery show will be John Walsch.
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September
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1959
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Ryan Racine and Rob Ramsburgh Sport '50s Style at Community High School, October 1993

Ryan Racine and Rob Ramsburgh Sport '50s Style at Community High School, October 1993 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 20, 1993
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'50s STYLE -- James Dean admirers Ryan 'Blade' Racine, 15, and Rob 'Fingers' Ramsburgh, 15, eat lollipops and relax outside of Community High after school. The two sophomores said they dress in 1950s style every day: jeans, boots and slicked-back hair.
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October
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1993
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Pioneer High Students Allyson Norbeck and Hillary Mull, March 1996

Pioneer High Students Allyson Norbeck and Hillary Mull, March 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 27, 1996
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Pioneer High School students Allyson Norbeck, left, and Hillary Mull, right, reacting to questions about Community High School. 'Community is overrated,' Mull said, 'Pioneer meets my needs, I mean what's wrong with Pioneer?'
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March
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1996
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Malcolm Tulip Clears Community High School Theater for Renovations, June 1991

Malcolm Tulip Clears Community High School Theater for Renovations, June 1991 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 15, 1991
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Community High School Theatrical Technical Director Malcolm Tulip cleans out the building's theater.
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15
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June
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1991
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Aaron Almashy Tapes Boxes to Move to Stone School During Community High Renovations, June 1991

Aaron Almashy Tapes Boxes to Move to Stone School During Community High Renovations, June 1991 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 15, 1991
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Community High sophomore Aaron Almashy tapes boxes shut in the school's physics-chemistry lab in preparations for the school's move into Stone School for the next year.
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15
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June
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1991
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Matt Mattson in the Great Lakes Invitational Footbag Championships at Community High, June 1991

Matt Mattson in the Great Lakes Invitational Footbag Championships at Community High, June 1991 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1991
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Matt Mattson of Cincinnati tries to kick the footbag past Kirk Gibbons of Royal Oak en route to his first-place finish Sunday at the Great Lakes Invitational Footbag Championships at Ann Arbor's Community High School.
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3
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June
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1991
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Johnny & Marcia Ann Flis, Together With Their Uncle Joe Yanitsky, Build A Snowman For V-Mail, February 1944

Johnny & Marcia Ann Flis, Together With Their Uncle Joe Yanitsky, Build A Snowman For V-Mail, February 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 3, 1944
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SNOWMAN FOR THE TROPICS: Johnny and Marcia Ann Flis who live with their mother at 537 Detroit St., have a father, Air Corps Capt. John J. Flis, in New Guinea who longs for the sight of snow, so Johnny, two, and Marcia Ann, four, made a snowman and arranged to have this picture made to send to him. Their uncle, Joe Yanitsky, appears with them.
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February
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1944
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Officials sign three-way agreement turning Willow Run airport over to the University of Michigan, June 1946

Officials sign three-way agreement turning Willow Run airport over to the University of Michigan, June 1946 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1946
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OFFICIALS SIGN WILLOW RUN AGREEMENT: Officials of the government, the University of Michigan and the Capital Airlines--PCA were present when the three-way agreement was signed today turning the huge airport at Willow Run over to the University. Seated left to right are Elton A. Burke, acting department director of real property disposal, War Assets Administration; University President Alexander G. Ruthven, and Vice-President Robert P. Briggs. Standing, Robert J. Wilson, airlines vice-president and counsel, and Robert M. Averill, western regional vide-president of the airlines. (Other pictures are on page 18.)
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June
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1946
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Tasha Lebow teaches tai chi to Community High School students, October 1993

Tasha Lebow teaches tai chi to Community High School students, October 1993 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 19, 1993
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Tasha Lebow, a volunteer tai chi instructor at Ann Arbor's Community High School, leads her class through some exercises recently outside the school. Tai chi is a form of meditation in motion that integrates Taoist philosophy, holistic exercise and principles of self-defense, Lewow says. The class counts as a physical education credit at Community High.
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October
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1993
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Line-Up at Muir's During Cigarette Shortage, November 1944

Line-Up at Muir's During Cigarette Shortage, November 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 18, 1944
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BANANAS? NO. NYLONS? NO. JUST CIGARETS: Ann Arbor's shortage of cigarets is growing no better fast, if the above picture is a criterion, for this is part of a line-up of more than 50 persons who were waiting to buy cigarets at Muir's drug store on Main St. this morning when the photographer happened along. A sign on the window says "cigarets, first come, first served."
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November
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1944
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"Carrie Beal Earhart" Narcissus, Earhart Greenhouse, April 1944

"Carrie Beal Earhart" Narcissus,  Earhart Greenhouse, April 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 6, 1944
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NARCISSUS NAMED FOR MRS. EARHART: The Carrie Beal Earhart narcissus, named for the late Mrs. Harry B. Earhart of Ann Arbor because of her love and knowledge of horticulture, is a new example of growth in the narcissus species. Its perianth is of ivory-white and its trumpet is finely proportioned of clear, pale primrose passing into pure white, as opposed to the yellow trumpet of the usual daffodil in the narcissus family. James Fisher, a representative of the Lohrman Seed Co., asked Mr. Earhart for permission to name the flower after his late wife, whose love for flowers was widely known.
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April
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1944
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Italian Opera Singer Anna Weeks & Her Husband Bill, July 1946

Italian Opera Singer Anna Weeks & Her Husband Bill, July 1946 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 9, 1946
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Anna Vallone Weeks former operatic soprano with the San Carlo Opera House, Naples, is pictured with her husband, William Weeks, assistant resident in surgery at the University hospital. They met during the war in Naples, now are living in Ann Arbor.
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July
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1946
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Community High School Graduation At The Michigan Theater, June 1996

Community High School Graduation At The Michigan Theater, June 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1996
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Community High senior Becky Alwin (back to camera) gets a hug from junior Josh Sweeney outside the Michigan Theater just before commencement exercises.
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June
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1996
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Bicentennial Banner at Darlington Lutheran Church, February 1976

Bicentennial Banner at Darlington Lutheran Church, February 1976 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1976
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Neal and Marilyn Schroeder of Ann Arbor designed the Bicentennial banner on display at Darlington Lutheran Church, located at 3545 Packard Rd. It is "designed to show the blessed relationship between the church and state in America," said the Rev. Greg Lenz, pastor of the church. It will hang through July 4, he said.
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February
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1976
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Jazz Ensemble Rehearses at Community High School, December 1985

Jazz Ensemble Rehearses at Community High School, December 1985 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 21, 1985
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Community High's '1:45 Jazz Ensemble'--from left: Smoller, Avsharian, Claunch, instructor Grace and Saran--rehearse this week for their appearance at the jazz educators' conference next month
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December
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1985
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Community High Closes for Boiler Problems, February 1976

Community High Closes for Boiler Problems, February 1976 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 3, 1976
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Heavy Coats Needed For Those Remaining In Community High School After It Closed For The Day Because Of Boiler Problems
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February
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1976
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Gabriela Sold and Jimmy at Community High Student-Parent Center for Infants and Toddlers, October 1973

Gabriela Sold and Jimmy at Community High Student-Parent Center for Infants and Toddlers, October 1973 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 21, 1973
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It's time for a diaper change as Gabriela Sold (left), a Community High student who is learning child care even though she's not a mother, changes the diaper of Jimmy, the son of another student. Jimmy is enrolled in the Student-Parent Center for Infants and Toddlers. At the right, another baby in the program naps as his mother attends classes.
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October
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1973
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Nap Time at Community High Student-Parent Center for Infants and Toddlers, October 1973

Nap Time at Community High Student-Parent Center for Infants and Toddlers, October 1973 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 21, 1973
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It's time for a diaper change as Gabriela Sold (left), a Community High student who is learning child care even though she's not a mother, changes the diaper of Jimmy, the son of another student. Jimmy is enrolled in the Student-Parent Center for Infants and Toddlers. At the right, another baby in the program naps as his mother attends classes.
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October
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1973
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Student Activists Protest Nuclear Weapons, November 1984

Student Activists Protest Nuclear Weapons, November 1984 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 22, 1984
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BAN THE BOMB: Young protestors, many of them Community High School students, staged a "die-in" at downtown Ann Arbor intersections Wednesday. Joining hands in circles in the streets, they fell to the ground, symbolically simulating death by nuclear war. They walked through the downtown area chanting: "No, no, we won't glow." Somewhere along the way, they were joined by members of other groups protesting U.S. involvement in Central America. Ann Arbor police arrested two protestors on charges of disorderly conduct.
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November
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1984
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Helen A. Rice microfilms old documents on sheepskin discovered at the Courthouse, February 1955

Helen A. Rice microfilms old documents on sheepskin discovered at the Courthouse, February 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 15, 1955
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RECORDS ON SHEEPSKIN UNCOVERED: Mrs. Helen A. Rice of 907 W.Liberty St. is shown microfilming a 128-year-old land grant uncovered among old county records at the Courthouse. The grant, signed by President John Quincy Adams on Feb. 1, 1927, gave property in what is now Pittsfield township to James Aray. The document is one of more than 150 uncovered.
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February
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1955
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Bicentennial Thanksgiving Celebration at Community High School, November 1975

Bicentennial Thanksgiving Celebration at Community High School, November 1975 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 27, 1975
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Delicious Way To Learn Delicacies ranging from adobe and corn bread to Jewish blintzes, Italian stuffed pumpkin, pasties and pecan pie decked the long tables at Community High School's bicentennial banquet Wednesday. The Thanksgiving celebration of multi-ethnic America reflected the culinary contributions of Native Americans and those ethnic groups that have come to America since the first Thanksgiving. Chris Crockett, Community High librarian and chief organizer of the feast, said between 450 and 475 students, Community Resource teachers, staff and guests shared the meal.
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November
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1975
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Australian Computer Experts Visit Community High School Media Center, February 1977

Australian Computer Experts Visit Community High School Media Center, February 1977 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 6, 1977
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Australians John Malone and Robert Davis (Seated) Check Out Community High Program; Edward Herstein and Karl Zinn Talk In Background
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February
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1977
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Oddly Shaped Egg, October 1959

Oddly Shaped Egg, October 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 21, 1959
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EGG WITH A LEG: We're not "eggs"actly sure what happened here, but somehow this hen's egg took a turn for the different. This is how it appears alongside two normal eggs. They're the property of Mrs. George Wandel, 5894 Earhart Rd., Northfield township.
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October
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1959
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Work Progresses on Three-Story Addition to Community High School, November 1991

Work Progresses on Three-Story Addition to Community High School, November 1991 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 24, 1991
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SCHOOL STEEL: Steel workers walk the plank at the new addition to Ann Arbor's Community High School, 401 N. Division St. The three-story addition is at the rear of the building across from the Kerrytown shopping center. Workers also are busy pouring concrete on the first floor of the building. Students have been moved to the Stone School building during construction.
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November
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1991
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Community High Students Participate in a Photo Shoot for Seventeen Magazine, September 1996

Community High Students Participate in a Photo Shoot for Seventeen Magazine, September 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 20, 1996
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Left, Community High students, left to right, Jermonna Bennett, Brandi Gibbs and Natalie Mason giggle as they look through the fall/winter issue of Seventeen Magazine. Below, Community students Justin Johnstone, left, Dominic Elder, second from left and Alan Watts, far right, listen to the directions of Seventeen Magazine photographer Sandro Sodano.
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September
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1996
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Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994

Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1994
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Community High School physics students stand back a safe distance as an Ann Arbor police officer lays a patch on North Division Street in front of the school.
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November
Year
1994
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Community High Students Learn the Physics Of Accident Investigation With The Ann Arbor Police Department, November 1994

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Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1994
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Then the students made like accident investigators, using the length of the skid and some basic Newtonian physics to calculate how fast the car was moving.
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November
Year
1994
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Community High Students Participate in Mime Workshop, November 1989

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Ann Arbor News, November 21, 1989
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EMOTIONAL MOMENT: Polish mime Stephan Niedzialkowski conducts a workshop Monday at Community High School. Niedzialkowski, who was the lead actor in the Polish National Mime Theater, entertains and gives classes to students. He hopes to relocate his mime troupe to the United States.
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20
Month
November
Year
1989
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Melvin Hartman With Cows For National Dairy Show, September 1936

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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1936
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WILL GO TO NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW: Three generations of high-producing cows, owned by Melvin Hartman, Pittsfield township farm boy, have been selected by the Michigan State College to represent Michigan dairy interests at the National Dairy Show, held next month in connection with the Dallas centennial anniversary next.
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28
Month
September
Year
1936
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Steeplejack Climbs Zion Lutheran Church Steeple, August 1936

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Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1936
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STEEPLEJACK AT WORK - John Dinan, Flint steeplejack, is pictured at work on the steeple of Zion Lutheran church which he is repairing. He also placed a new lightning rod on the steeple.
Month
August
Year
1936
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