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Promotion for 'Moonlight Sonata' Film, April 1940

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April
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1940
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Mrs. Guy Maier and Mrs. John P. Dawson, two of the Vassar alumnae sponsoring the Ann Arbor showing of "Moonlight Sonata," Ignace Paderewski's only screen appearance, are listening to recordings of the "Sonata" music in the newly remodelled Radio & Record Shop at 715 North University.
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Ervin Monday Presents Everett Fox With A Certificate Of Appreciation For His Service To The City Of Ann Arbor, August 1970

Ervin Monday Presents Everett Fox With A Certificate Of Appreciation For His Service To The City Of Ann Arbor, August 1970 image
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August
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1970
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Former school crossing guard Everett Fox (right) looks up from his wheelchair as city training director Ervin Monday presents him with a certificate of appreciation for his service to the city. Fox was struck by a car last November while on the job and has been gradually rehabilitating since that time. He is 71 years of age.
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Herb David & Bruce Bartman Work On A Guitar In Community High School's Practical Art Program, April 1973

Herb David & Bruce Bartman Work On A Guitar In Community High School's Practical Art Program, April 1973 image
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April
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1973
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Student Bruce Bartman, left, and artisan Herb David work on the neck of a guitar
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William McIntire Builds A Chessboard In Community High School's Practical Art Program, April 1973

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April
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1973
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William McIntire measures squares for his three foot square "king" size chessboard
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Jerry Jackson Hooks A Rug In Community High School's Practical Art Program, April 1973

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April
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1973
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Jerry Jackson hooks a rug with red, yellow and blue yarns
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C. J. McNaughton & Margaret Willis Work On An Afghan In Community High School's Practical Art Program, April 1973

C. J. McNaughton & Margaret Willis Work On An Afghan In Community High School's Practical Art Program, April 1973 image
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April
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1973
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C. J. McNaughton, left, and Margaret Willis puzzle over a granny afghan
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Ted Grenier Crafts A Headdress In Community High School's Practical Art Program, April 1973

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April
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1973
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Ted Grenier creates a headdress from wonk-a-tonk art
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Evelyn Dietrich Holds Daughter Carol Lee - First Baby Born In Saline Community Hospital In 1962, January 1962

Evelyn Dietrich Holds Daughter Carol Lee - First Baby Born In Saline Community Hospital In 1962, January 1962 image
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1962
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FIRST BABY OF '62: Mrs. Albert E. Dietrich of 8653 Stony Creek Rd., Augusta township, holds her newest daughter, Carol Lee, 6 pounds 9 1/2 ounces, the first baby born in Saline Community Hospital in 1962. Carol Lee's birthday will arrive in coming years at precisely 4:05 a.m. Jan. 1. The New Year baby has two brothers and two sisters, Robert and Keith, 12 and 2 1/2 years old, and Diane and Donna, 8 and 4 years old. Her father works in Ann Arbor at Bendix Systems Division.
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Darla Carriere & Her New Year's Baby, January 1965

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January
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1965
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As the old year wanes and the new year approaches, parents-to-be seem to fall into two camps: those who want their bundles of joy to arrive before midnight for income tax deductions and those who want to have the first babies of the year. Shown holding her priceless - but $600 for Internal Revenue Service purposes - arrival is Mrs. Rudolph (Darla) Carriere of 1363 Byron, Ypsilanti. The Carriere lad arrived at 6:38 a.m. yesterday at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital. He was five hours old at this "sitting."
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Boy's Basketball - Ypsilanti High School vs Detroit Catholic Central, December 1994

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1994
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NO ROOM - Ypsilanti's Eugene Brooks (right) tries to steer around a block by Detroit Catholic Central's Mike Ridley during the season opener for both teams Tuesday. Brooks broke free for a game-high 28 points.
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Dewey & Eva Farley Cut Their 50th Wedding Anniversary Cake, December 1948

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1948
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Mr. and Mrs. Dewey R. Farley of South Lyon celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary yesterday. The couple was married on December 22, 1898. They were honored yesterday at a luncheon given by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Van Atta of South Lyon.
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Elizabeth Ford Enjoys Sledding In Burns Park, December 1963

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December
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1963
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LOVE THAT SNOW! The first "staying" snow brings glee to the faces of children as they take their first slides. That's the way it was with 2 1/2-year-old Elizabeth Ford, daughter of University Prof. and Mrs. George W. Ford, 1058 Martin Pl., as she used her saucer in Burns Park this morning. More snow will help speed up matters.
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Exterior Of G. L. Buhrman Jr. Home - 2341 Londonderry, May 1956

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May
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1956
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The exterior shows trim, low lines, although the home has two floors.
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Stairway To Second Floor Of G. L. Buhrman Jr. Home - 2341 Londonderry, May 1956

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1956
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The winding stairway leads to the second floor. Note the bubble lamp at the top.
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Living Room Of G. L. Buhrman Jr. Home - 2341 Londonderry, May 1956

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A fireplace set into a solid brick wall highlights the living room of the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Buhrman, jr., at 2341 Londonderry Rd.
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Ann Arbor Women's Golf Association Members Display Their 1968 Trophys At Fireside Lounge, September 1968

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1968
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Another golf season has ended for the Ann Arbor Women's Golf Association and holding prizes won in 1968 are (left to right) Betty Richart, city champion and winner of the Seyfried Trophy and the Cile Cissel Memorial for medalist; Lee Fryer, annual nine-hole low gross award; Dea Clark, annual nine-hole low net award; Wilma Nielsen, the Barbara Rotvig Trophy for annual low net; Dee Jones, nine-hole Cile Cissel net championship, and Carol Dixon, Clara Cushing Trophy for 18-hole low gross. Jeannine Galetti, winner of the 18-hole Cile Cissel net championship was not present when the photo was made.
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League Of Women Voters Promote Voter Registration At Ann Arbor Bank, July 1964

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1964
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OPEN VOTER DRIVE: Taking advantage of huge crowds during Bargain Days this week, the League of Women Voters has set up special desks at three locations to promote voter registrations for the Sept. 1 primary election. Shown at the S. University branch of the Ann Arbor Bank, where registrations are being handled today until 3 p.m., are (from the left), Mrs. Nathaniel P. Breed, Mrs. Arthur J. Carr, City Clerk Fred Looker and Mrs. Altan Balta. Registration also will be handled from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at the E. Liberty branch and from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday at the S. Main branch of the Ann Arbor Bank. The League has long been active in promoting civic participation.
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League Of Women Voters Enjoy Coffee At Annual Membership Meeting, September 1964

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Mrs. Eldon L. Johnson of Geddes Heights, membership chairman of the League of Women Voters, had a warm greeting and a cup of coffee for guests at the group's annual membership coffee at the YM-YWCA yesterday morning. New members chatting with her are, from left, Mrs. Calvin Woodruff of Cambridge Road, Mrs. Harold Graboske of Golden Avenue, and Mrs. Donald Munro of West Hoover Avenue. League dues are $5 a year.
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League Of Women Voters Members Discuss Study Groups, September 1964

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September
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1964
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There are five study or resource groups in the local chapter of the League of Women Voters learned new member Mrs. John Romani of Hillridge Boulevard, left, at the group's membership coffee hour, when hostess member Mrs. Altan Balta of Highland Road, center, introduced her to Mrs. Berwind Kaufmann of Heather Way, chairman of the committee studying public welfare. A general meeting of the group will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Public Library.
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Ann Smith Talks Politics With Raymond Smit & Michael Berla At The League Of Women Voters Annual Meeting, September 1964

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September
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1964
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Members and guests at the Women Voters membership coffee heard political heads explain "Local Views of the 1964 Election." Discussing the program with Mrs. Warren Smith, league president, are, from left, Raymond Smit, city Republican chairman, and Michael Berla, city Democratic chairman.
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Signe Carpenter, Mary Huggins, & Liz Soss At The League Of Women Voters Annual Meeting, September 1964

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September
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1964
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"Your Vote Makes A Difference" is one of the slogans of the League of Women Voters, Mrs. Robert D. Carpenter of Red Oaks Road, left, Voter Service chairman, told guests at the membership coffee hour at the YM-YWCA yesterday. Picking up copies of the league's new "Citizens Handbook" and 1965 calendars are, from left, Mrs. Donald N. Huggins of Westfield Avenue and Miss Liz Soss of Washtenaw Avenue. Mrs. Huggins is a new transfer member from the Newark-Granville, Ohio, league.
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League Of Women Voters Advertise Their Upcoming Candidates Fair, October 1964

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1964
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Mrs. Robert Carpenter (left) and Mrs. Edward Green of the League of Women Voters of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti stand at a sign near the entrance to Arborland Community Auditorium announcing the "Candidates Fair" there at 8 p.m. Friday. The program will bring candidates for this district's Court of Appeals, and area candidates for U. S. Congress and state and county offices. They will give brief talks and answer questions and meet individually with those attending.
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League Of Women Voters Members Prepare For Annual Finance Drive, March 1965

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1965
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Members of the League of Women Voters are "watering" their money tree (on the table at left) as they get ready to launch the league's annual finance drive tomorrow. "Watering" the tree is Mrs. W. J. Weichlein, LWV finance chairman, while stuffing envelopes in preparation for the drive are (from left) Mrs. John F. Mayhew, a new member of the league, Mrs. Warren L. Smith, president, and Mrs. Robert L. Schueler, another new member. The league has set a goal of $4,000.
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League Of Women Voters Members Prepare Film For Viewing, September 1965

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September
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1965
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The prize-winning film "Children Without," will be featured at the membership coffee to be held by the League of Women Voters Wednesday at the Ann Arbor Community Center. Making preparations for the showing are (from left) Mrs. Robert Phillips, co-chairman of the league group studying state welfare, and Mrs. Milton Brown, chairman of the national study item on human resources.
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Elizabeth Hall Decorates A Christmas Tree At Cobblestone Farm, November 1989

Elizabeth Hall Decorates A Christmas Tree At Cobblestone Farm, November 1989 image
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November
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1989
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OLD-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS - Elizabeth Hall, a member of the Allen School Girl Scout Troop 579, decorates a tree at Cobblestone Farm with handmade ornaments. The Cobblestone Farm, at 2781 Packard Road in Buhr Park, will present its fourth annual country Christmas Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 4 p.m. The 1844 farm will be decorated in the early Victorian style, including live music, antique toys and toy trains. There is an admission fee.
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Christmas Tree Atop A Volkswagen, December 1976

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December
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1976
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A Christmas shopper hauls home a yule tree along Grand River Avenue in Brighton atop a foreign compact car. With just a week left before the holiday, the last minute rush has begun to buy presents and get yule trees up. But temperatures that may reach into the 40s hardly make it seem like Christmas. (Staff photo by Robert Chase.)
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Michael & Willard O'Berry Peruse A Toy Display While Christmas Shopping, December 1955

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December
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1955
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'WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE, SON?' That's what Willard O'Berry of 901 Rose Ave. is asking five-year-old Michael as he points out some of the toys in a downtown Ann Arbor window display. Michael obviously is busy making up a mental Christmas list.
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Roberto Clemente Students Caroling At Miller Manor, December 1974

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December
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1974
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Students in Ann Arbor's newest program, the Roberto Clemente Student Development Center, enjoy participating in an old-fashioned Christmas activity, caroling, at Miller Manor. The staff and students at the center for those students who are suspended or do not do well in the traditional school also sang at Hillside Terrace, Arbor Heights, St. Joseph Hospital, Beyer Hospital, Ypsilanti State Hospital and Balas Administration Building.
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Christmas Decorations Outside The Pitman Home - 629 S Fifth Ave, December 1956

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December
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1956
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YULE IN THE YARD: Among the many outdoor decorations erected by Ann Arbor residents for the Christmas season is this one put up by Ralph Pitman at his home at 629 S. Fifth Ave.
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Stanley Ehnis Sets Up A Sprinkler On The Northside School Ice Rink, December 1965

Stanley Ehnis Sets Up A Sprinkler On The Northside School Ice Rink, December 1965 image
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December
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1965
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Work was under way this morning at six locations as the city attempts to provide ice skating facilities at six major parks. City employe Stanley Ehnis, 195 Barton Dr., is shown working on the ice base at Northside Park. Similar preparations were under way at Veterans Memorial, Community, West, Allmendinger and Burns Parks. The Parks Department said skating would be available this weekend "if the weather cooperates." After the ice base is established, water will be sprinkled to smooth out the surface. Much of the work is done at night.
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Joshua Weiner Lights The First Candle On His Family's Menorah To Observe The Start Of Hanukkah, December 1993

Joshua Weiner Lights The First Candle On His Family's Menorah To Observe The Start Of Hanukkah, December 1993 image
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December
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1993
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Joshua Weiner helps light the first candle on the menorah Wednesday night, as his family observes the start of Hanukkah.
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The Weiner Family Observes The Start Of Hanukkah, December 1993

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The Weiner family plays the children's game of dreidel as they begin the Hanukkah celebration. They are, from left, Tamir Weiner with 3-year-old Elana, Joshua, 5, and Wendy.
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Vince Aquinto Kicks The Football On The First Day Of St. Thomas High School's Football Practice, August 1968

Vince Aquinto Kicks The Football On The First Day Of St. Thomas High School's Football Practice, August 1968 image
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August
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1968
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One of the prime activities for the St. Thomas High football team is running through a series of skill drills during the first day of practice. Giving the football a kick is Vince Aquinto and awaiting their turn at the kicking tee (left to right) are Tom Schwind, Bruce Otwell, Jeff Swan, Jim Birmingham, Mark Bertz, Mike Pappas, Vince Peters, Dave Burke, Ken Morris and Bob Place. The Irish are drilling for the upcoming season which starts with a game at St. John's. The Irish drill at Riverside Park.
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Pickup Hockey On Archie Kennedy's Backyard Ice Rink, January 1958

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January
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1958
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Backyard Hockey: One of the most popular spots in the neighborhood these days is the backyard of the Archie Kennedy home at 832 Duncan St. Flooding operations have resulted in a skating rink about 40 by 60 feet in size. Lights have been installed and homemade hockey goals are in place so that the game can be played day or night.
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Aerial Photograph of Elizabeth Katz's House at 2011 Washtenaw Ave., May 1975

Aerial Photograph of Elizabeth Katz's House at 2011 Washtenaw Ave., May 1975 image
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May
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1975
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A Gardener Inside and Out: The profusion of flora around Elizabeth Katz's home at 2011 Washtenaw Ave. brings her not only the physical stimulation of getting outdoors, but quite a share of the spiritual as well. And the rest of Ann Arbor shares in the glory.
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St. Thomas High vs. Wayne St. Mary Football, September 1968

St. Thomas High vs. Wayne St. Mary Football, September 1968 image
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September
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1968
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Jubilation! St. Thomas High safety Tom Schwind (with ball) races into the end zone for the lone touchdown against Wayne St. Mary in the fourth quarter. After providing Schwind with an escort, Lou Richard (40) and Dave Hieber (64) celebrate the score. Schwind picked up one of two Blue Knight fumbles and rambled 58 yards for the touchdown which tied the score at 6-6. Officials Phil Barnes (right) of Milan and Ted Wilson of Ann Arbor signal the TD. St. Thomas' record is now 1-1-1.
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Mike Wagner - St. Thomas High School Football Team, October 1968

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October
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1968
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The keys to a St. Thomas winning season this fall rest on a powerful running game and rugged defense. Quarterback Mike Wagner (upper left) shifts to safety on defense and has intercepted three passes. Fullback Tom Schwind (upper right) provides the Irish with a potent ground attack, averaging 210 yards per game. Defensive back Lou Richard (lower left) and linebacker Jim Birmingham led the St. Thomas defense in the 6-6 tie with Wayne St. Mary last Sunday.
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Tom Schwind - St. Thomas High School Football Team, October 1968

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October
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1968
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The keys to a St. Thomas winning season this fall rest on a powerful running game and rugged defense. Quarterback Mike Wagner (upper left) shifts to safety on defense and has intercepted three passes. Fullback Tom Schwind (upper right) provides the Irish with a potent ground attack, averaging 210 yards per game. Defensive back Lou Richard (lower left) and linebacker Jim Birmingham led the St. Thomas defense in the 6-6 tie with Wayne St. Mary last Sunday.
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Lou Richard - St. Thomas High School Football Team, October 1968

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October
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1968
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The keys to a St. Thomas winning season this fall rest on a powerful running game and rugged defense. Quarterback Mike Wagner (upper left) shifts to safety on defense and has intercepted three passes. Fullback Tom Schwind (upper right) provides the Irish with a potent ground attack, averaging 210 yards per game. Defensive back Lou Richard (lower left) and linebacker Jim Birmingham led the St. Thomas defense in the 6-6 tie with Wayne St. Mary last Sunday.
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Jim Birmingham - St. Thomas High School Football Team, October 1968

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October
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1968
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The keys to a St. Thomas winning season this fall rest on a powerful running game and rugged defense. Quarterback Mike Wagner (upper left) shifts to safety on defense and has intercepted three passes. Fullback Tom Schwind (upper right) provides the Irish with a potent ground attack, averaging 210 yards per game. Defensive back Lou Richard (lower left) and linebacker Jim Birmingham led the St. Thomas defense in the 6-6 tie with Wayne St. Mary last Sunday.
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St. Thomas High vs. Ypsilanti Roosevelt Football, October 1968

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1968
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Touchdown! St. Thomas quarterback Mike Wagner (17) charges into the end zone in the first quarter against Ypsilanti Roosevelt. End Bob Hurtubise (left) and tackle Dan Lanuti (71) are among the watchers after throwing blocks. Bart Packard (dark jersey) made a gallant try for the tackle but missed. St. Thomas won, 33-6.
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Huron High Student Dave Strack on the Basketball Court, January 1969

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1969
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Huron High's Dave Strack quarterbacked the outcourt offensive last night and pumped in five baskets during the 63-55 victory over Temperance Bedford. The Green and Gold are now 3-6 for the winter's action.
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Larry Brooks Playing Basketball in Huron High School vs East Lansing Game, January 1969

Larry Brooks Playing Basketball in Huron High School vs East Lansing Game, January 1969 image
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January
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1969
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Brooks Scores
Huron High front-liner Larry Brooks (54) jumps high into the air to take a shot against East Lansing. Defending on the play are Trojans Blake Ashdown (33) and John Hardenberg (55). The Hurons' 6-6 center couldn't be stopped on this play as he scores one of his six baskets in the contest at Ann Arbor High and he wound up with a total of 13 points. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Cecil Lockard.)
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