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Members Of The Washtenaw Medical Care Facility Auxiliary, February 1969

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1969
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In the shelter workshop, Mrs. William E. M. Lands (center), a member of the Washtenaw Medical Care Facility Auxiliary, learns new techniques involved in taking around the auxiliary's personal service cart, affectionately called the 'goodie' cart.Her teacher is Mrs. Charlie E. Webb (right), chairman of the personal service cart standing committee. Ida Kelley, a patient at the facility, is sewing. (News photo by Cecil Lockard)
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Fifth-graders at Mitchell Elementary School take part in a team-building exercise, January 2007

Fifth-graders at Mitchell Elementary School take part in a team-building exercise, January 2007 image
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Ji Lee, third from left, passes a board to the head of the line as Mitchell fifth-graders take part in a team-building exercise that involves crossing an imaginary river. Completing the exercise requires cooperation and group decision making.
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Robert Oppenheimer with Mitchell Elementary Students, January 2007

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Robert Oppenheimer of Growing Tree, a nonprofit organization that helps young people learn conflict resolution and coping skills, explains a team-building exercise to fifth-graders A.J. Gilbert, left, and Ji Lee at Mitchell Elementary School in An Arbor.
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Accident Scene Of Parked Car Hit On N. Fourth Avenue, June 1947

Accident Scene Of Parked Car Hit On N. Fourth Avenue, June 1947 image
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THREE CHILDREN HURT IN PARKED CAR: Kenneth, 3, and Herbert, 5 - sons of Dunbar Center director Douglas Williams - and Jackie Taylor, 7, of 114 E. Kingsley St., suffered minor cuts and bruises when the above car, in which they were sitting, was knocked through the plate-glass window of Sadie's Beauty Shop by another machine that went out of control in the 200 block of N. Fourth Ave. this morning. The other automobile, being driven the wrong way down the one-way street by Jack A. Predovich, 26, a disabled war veteran, hit two other vehicles and burst into flames after knocking down a gasoline pump at the Abbott Gasoline station, N. Fourth and Ann. The driver was only slightly injured.
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Delta Gamma Sorority's Pledge Class, February 1969

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Delta Gamma Sorority's Pledge Class...They Make A Full House
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The Scott Family - Ronald, Tina, Cindy, Marnita & Greg, February 1969

The Scott Family - Ronald, Tina, Cindy, Marnita & Greg, February 1969 image
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1969
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Eighteen-month-old Tina Scott, a handicapped youngster adopted by Prof. and Mrs. Ronald Scott of 3076 Rumsey, nestles in the lap of her dad during a family session in the living room. The other Scott children, also adopted, are Cindy, 3, and Greg, 6. Tina has a congenital club hand on which surgery has been performed.
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William C. Menke Poses With Computer, March 1969

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William C. Menke, vice president of Ann Arbor's Preventicare Systems Inc., poses with computer which greatly reduces time and cost of medical examinations. Menke told the Ann Arbor Exchange Club how automation in medicine could save business firms millions of dollars in lost man-hours through chronic illness as well as how it could aid patients in general. Multiphasic screening requires 15 steps.
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Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Welding Class, February 1955

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MEN FROM MARS?: No, they're students of welding in the Ann Arbor Public Evening School learning how to operate an electric arc welder. The piece of metal on the welding table is not visible because of the brilliant glow, the only light used by News Photographer Eck Stanger in making the picture. Behind the masks, worn to protect eyes from the blinding light, are (left to right) Jerry Marsh, Richard Straith, William Maier, Lewis Walther and Richard Gillespie. Welding is one of about 45 courses being offered adults in the spring semester. Courses include culture and leisure time business, homemaking and industry subjects.
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Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Auto Shop Class, February 1955

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KNOW YOUR AUTO: That's the title of a night school course designed to help the average car owner - women as well as men - understand the mechanics of their vehicle. It also helps them detect and make simple repairs. Donald Staebler (right), the instructor, identifies parts of an automobile engine for his class. Students (in clockwise order) are Dian Brockmiller (foreground, back to camera), Rosalyn Bondy, Tom Corkin, Helen Rocheleau and Maxine Clapper.
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Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Jewelry Class, February 1955

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SHAPING JEWELRY: Dr. Harold L. Wright, jr., a University resident physician, shapes heavy silver wire into a bracelet in the jewelry class. In night school classes, persons from all walks of life - professional, housewives, business, factory, clerical, retired - develop new interests. Mrs. Pearl Sellards, jewelry instructor, notes that some students come to her class to mount gems cut and polished in lapidary classes.
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Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Tailoring Class, February 1955

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February
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1955
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CHECKS SEAM: Tailor Max Aupperle checks a skirt seam done by Mrs. Perry Brown, a student in one of his tailoring classes. Aupperle, the teacher, is a tailor and designer for Wild & Co. Teachers of other courses are drawn from various fields in the community - some public school teachers, some professionally employed in jobs related to their courses and others with special training or experience in the field.
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Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Metalcraft Class, February 1955

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INTO THE KILN: It's not clay but enamel on copper that Mrs. James D. Corfield, jr., is putting into the kiln to fire at 1,500 degrees Fahrenheit. Enameling on copper is one of the skills learned in the metalcraft class where students learn to shape, hammer and decorate metal into household articles. Small items being fired above will be enamel earrings. There also are ceramics classes where students work with clay.
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Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Rug Hooking Class, February 1955

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A PICTURE OF CONCENTRATION: Tending closely to their rug hooking are Mrs. Richard Leggett (foreground), Mrs. Earl Peterson (left, background) and Mrs. John Lunden. With a simple awl-like tools, shreds of material in various colors are transformed into intricate and colorfully designed rugs for the home. A hoop, similar to but much larger than an embroidery hoop, holds the working area taut.
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Beta Sigma Phi Members Distribute And Collect March Of Dimes Canisters, February 1969

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1969
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As one of their service projects, Beta Sigma Phi members distribute and collect March of Dimes canisters. Counting money are Mrs. Charles L. Crowley (left), canister chairman and president of Xi Beta Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi; Mrs. Dwight A. Gerstler of Xi Alpha Omicron chapter; and Mrs. Clifford E. Dickey, president of the Ann Arbor City Council of Beta Sigma Phi.
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Teacher Kent Overbey Teaches English as a Foreign Language at Huron High School, October 1974

Teacher Kent Overbey Teaches English as a Foreign Language at Huron High School, October 1974 image
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October
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1974
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Huron Teacher Kent Overbey Practices Verb Conjugations
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New Sensor-Operated Buzzer Alarm in the Huron High School Library, September 1974

New Sensor-Operated Buzzer Alarm in the Huron High School Library, September 1974 image
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1974
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Following a "misfire," Pegi Nordby hesitantly makes another try at going through a new alarm-connected gate at Huron High School. The gate is designed to frustrate would-be book thieves. It is part of a system which includes a sensor-operated buzzer alarm, which is set off when someone tried to leave with a library book which has not been checked out. Librarian Fran Greenough watched as Pegi makes a second try at the gate following the false alarm.
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Debby Mueller and Lona Georgopoulos with Huron High Forensics Team Trophies, June 1974

Debby Mueller and Lona Georgopoulos with Huron High Forensics Team Trophies, June 1974 image
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1974
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Debby Mueller (Top) And Lona Georgopoulos, Longest-Standing Members Of Huron High School's Forensics Team, Look At Some Of The 100 Trophies The Team Has Garnered In Three Years
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Three All-A Students Pose with Huron High Principal, June 1974

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Huron High's All-A students are shown with 12th grade principal Daniel Spriggs. They are in foreground (from left) Tom Terwilliger, Nancy Fahrner, and Paul Sponseller.
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Huron High Students and Teacher Donald Henson Use Driver's Training Simulators, April 1974

Huron High Students and Teacher Donald Henson Use Driver's Training Simulators, April 1974 image
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Huron High Students Amy Mahatzke And Michael Blalock Use Driver Training Simulators As Teacher Donald Henson Monitors
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Portrait of South Lyon Major Andrew T. Rajkovich with Desmond P. Ryan and Willie Brown Jr. at Huron High, March 1974

Portrait of South Lyon Major Andrew T. Rajkovich with Desmond P. Ryan and Willie Brown Jr. at Huron High, March 1974 image
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To tell the truth, the political situation at Huron High has been highly confused these days, with three pretenders to the title of mayor. Andrew T. Rajkovich, at left, Desmond P. Ryan and Willie Brown Jr. shared slots on the ballot. When it was all sorted out, it was revealed that Ryan and Brown were pretenders in the dramatic sense, having been cast as mayors in local productions. Rajkovich is the real mayor of South Lyon.
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Women Visit Phi Epsilon Pi To Learn About Joining The Fraternity, February 1969

Women Visit Phi Epsilon Pi To Learn About Joining The Fraternity, February 1969 image
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'Sisters' Learn About 'Brothers'. Jay Frank (foreground) and some of his Phi Epsilon Pi brothers talk to coeds interested in joining the fraternity. Some 20 young women came to the Phi Ep open house Saturday, following an announcement that the fraternity will admit coeds this fall. The informal rush continues today from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for other interested young women. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Cecil Lockard.)
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9650 Geddes Road - Scene Of Murder, September 1958

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SCENE OF MURDER: An arrow indicates the part of the house at 9650 Geddes Rd., Superior township, where Gladis O. (Bill) Weatherford inflicted fatal stab wounds on his 23-year-old pregnant wife, Janice, yesterday afternoon.
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Interrogation Of Murder Suspect Gladis 'Bill' Weatherford, September 1958

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SUSPECT INTERROGATED: Gladis O. (Bill) Weatherford, 38-year-old Superior township man (far right), listens to Assistant Prosecutor Booker T. Williams (behind desk) during interrogation. Assisting in the questioning of Weatherford, who admitted fatally stabbing his wife, are (left to right) Cpl. Daniel J. Comrie, Trooper Kenneth L. Yuill and Detective Roy A. Tanner, all of the Ypsilanti post of the Michigan State Police.
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Frank Waterman Feeds Major His Daily Doughnut, March 1953

Frank Waterman Feeds Major His Daily Doughnut, March 1953 image
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Major, the four-year-old Great Dane belonging to the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, shows up every morning at the University Spudnut Shoppe, 1205 1/2 S. University Ave., for his spudnut. He comes alone, as soon as he is let out of the house, and Frank Waterman (above), shop owner, charges Major's consumption to the fraternity. Major, who acquired a taste for the product a year ago when he was brought to the shop by fraternity members, ordinarily gets his spudnut at the door of the store and leaves immediately.
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Seven Medals Earned By George V. Airey Jr. Are Presented To His Family, October 1968

Seven Medals Earned By George V. Airey Jr. Are Presented To His Family, October 1968 image
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1968
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In His Memory. Seven medals earned by Spec. 4 George V. Airey Jr., who died May 9 in Vietnam combat, were presented by Col. H. K. Reynolds, chairman of the University Department of military science, to Mr. and Mrs. George Airey Sr. and daughters Aleyn and Dawn at their home at 901 Avon Rd yesterday. The 23-year-old soldier had been awarded the Purple Heart, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Ribbon, Expert Rifleman's Badge and, posthumously, a second Purple Heart and the Bronze Star Medal.
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Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity Members Chat With House Mother Leila Vibert, May 1952

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Talking things over with their house mother is a favorite occupation with members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity on the University campus. Here, three members greet a fourth at the door of Mrs. Leila Vibert's room at the house. They are (left to right) Ross M. Pfalzgraff of Philadelphia, Mrs. Vibert, Jack Main of Pontiac and Stanley C. Burns of Lawrence St.
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President of Indonesia, Dr. Sukarno, receives University of Michigan degree, May 1956

President of Indonesia, Dr. Sukarno, receives University of Michigan degree, May 1956 image
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SUKARNO RECEIVES U-M DEGREE: Two University professors place an academic hood over the shoulders of Dr. Sukarno, the president of Indonesia, who was given an honorary doctor of civil law degree at the University yesterday. U-M President Harlan Hatcher (right), conferred the degree. The faculty members are Prof. Dwight C. Long (left) and Prof. Robert H. Super. The Indonesian party today visited three automobile plants in Detroit.
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Mohammed Guntur, son of the President Sukarno of Indonesia, with his tutor Tukimin, on the steps of the Clements Library, May 1956

Mohammed Guntur, son of the President Sukarno of Indonesia, with his tutor Tukimin, on the steps of the Clements Library, May 1956 image
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PUZZLE INTRIGUES SUKARNO'S SON: Mohammed Guntur, the 12-year-old son of Dr. Sukarno, visited the University yesterday along with his father who is president of Indonesia. On the steps of Clements Library he attempts to solve an American mechanical puzzle. His tutor, Tukimin, watches.
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Remodeled Social Security office in Allenel Hotel, March 1957

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SERVES ALL WASHTENAW: This remodeled office at 114 S. Fourth Ave. in the Allenel Hotel Building opened today as headquarters for Washtenaw county's first Social Security Administration district. Standing in the center are Miss Anna A. Ruman, office manager; and Sam Zimmerman, a field representative. Seated at the front desk (left) is Carol Ann Maker, while Eleanor O'Brien is seated behind her. Susan Willette is opposite.
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Soldiers' Monument is moved from old Courthouse lawn to Forest Hill Cemetery, January 1954

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This is how the Soldiers' Monument, which stood for many years at N. Main and E. Huron Sts. on the Courthouse lawn, looks today in its new surrounding at Forest Hill Cemetery. The monument, moved to make way for construction of Washtenaw's new county building, is located just inside the Observatory St. entrance of the cemetery.
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Theodor Huess, president of the West German Republic, visits with Prof. Wolfgang F. Stolper, June 1958

Theodor Huess, president of the West German Republic, visits with Prof. Wolfgang F. Stolper, June 1958 image
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TWO FRIENDS VISIT: Theodor Heuss (right), president of the West German Republic, found time yesterday to visit his close friend, Prof. Wolfgang F. Stolper of the University economics department. He is shown with Prof. Stolper at the latter's home at 1051 Lincoln Ave.
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Carol M. Williams and daughter Ann Marie help with Project Pride, April 1969

Carol M. Williams and daughter Ann Marie help with Project Pride, April 1969 image
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Mrs. Williams, Daughter Ann Marie Clean Closet For New Tenant
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Members of the Ann Arbor Jaycee Auxiliary help with Project Pride, April 1969

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Getting Leads ON Who Needs Help

Jaycee Auxiliary member Mrs. Richard A. Fletcher (right), founder of Project Pride, confers with Dr. G. Merrill Lenox (left), executive director of Independent Housing, and Mrs. Joseph D. Mhoon, city housing director. The two housing officials provide the auxiliary with the names of families living in low-cost housing who request "a bit of decorating help." (Photos by Cecil Lockard)
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Members of the Ann Arbor Jaycee Auxiliary help with Project Pride, April 1969

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Trying It On For Size

Installing draperies recently into a new home which Independent Housing built and leased to the Housing Commission are Jaycee Auxiliary members (from left) Mrs. Donald J. Schulz, Mrs. William M. Etzel, Mrs. William L. Hodson, and Mrs. David B. Williams. The little helpers are (from left) Suzanne Hodson, Susan Schulz and Ann Marie Williams
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Members of the Willow Village Permanent Committee for Civic Action picket the Village office of the Willow Woods Development Co., July 1958

Members of the Willow Village Permanent Committee for Civic Action picket the Village office of the Willow Woods Development Co., July 1958 image
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PICKET FOR HOUSING: Members of Willow Village Permanent Committee for Civic Action picketed the Village office of the Willow Woods Development Co. yesterday, pressing for construction of new homes in Superior township. The committee is asking that homes be built in the Superior sector of Willow Village by the development company without further delay, that sewer and water easements be granted so other builders can construct homes and that 20 acres of land be released for the construction of new rental housing. Most of the pickets are residents of Village rental units scheduled to be razed.
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Ms. Dolores Huerta, highest ranking woman in the U.S. in labor addresses a rally at U-M Diag, September 1974

Ms. Dolores Huerta, highest ranking woman in the U.S. in labor addresses a rally at U-M Diag, September 1974 image
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Dolores Huerta

The highest ranking union woman in the U.S., Ms. Huerta is fighting two battles at once: achieving equity for migrant workers and ending discrimination against women in leadership positions. She addressed a rally on the U-M Diag last Thursday, the first day of International Grape Boycott days (September 12-14), and also took part in a march in Detroit Saturday.
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University of Michigan Band departs for the Rose Bowl, December 1947

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'M' FLAG GOING TO TOSE BOWL: Cal Didier, drum major for the band and Miss Arlene Repp, a student from Niles, hold up the 'M' flag that Didier will flaunt in the Rose Bowl when the band makes its appearance at the Michigan-Southern California game New Year's Day. The drum major, who is from Flint, is shown just before he boarded the train with the band for the trip to the West Coast.
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University of Michigan Band departs for the Rose Bowl, December 1947

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BAND LEAVES FOR CALIFORNIA: Band members, their friends and other travelers are shown surging toward the steps of the Mercury coaches and pullman cars as the University of Michigan Marching Band boarded the train at the Ann Arbor station for Chicago and the special train which would take the band to the Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif.
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Mayor Robert J. Harris' bike in parking space at city hall, April 1969

Mayor Robert J. Harris' bike in parking space at city hall, April 1969 image
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Mayor Doing HIs Thing

Mayor Robert J. Harris is aiding, in a minor way, the city's traffic and parking congestion problems, and also reducing city costs for gas mileage for City Council members. His bicycle is shown in the mayor's parking spot in the garage beneath City Hall, a means of transportation he uses when it doesn't rain. It is believed Harris is the first mayor of Ann Arbor to use this means of transportation to get to City Hall regularly -- at least the first since the automobile became an accepted form of transportation here. (Ann Arbor News photo by Jack Stubbs.)
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