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Ann Arbor High School teacher Albert Gallup helps student Chuck O'Hara hold up the 100 boxes of Christmas wrapping to sell, December 1954 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Ann Arbor High School teacher Albert Gallup helps student Chuck O'Hara hold up the 100 boxes of Christmas wrapping to sell, December 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1954
Caption
HE ONLY ORDERED THREE BOXES: Chuck O'Hara (right), Ann Arbor High School senior, took orders for three boxes of Christmas gift wrapping paper in a senior class project to raise money for a spring trip to Washington, D. C. He noted each order with a "1" ending up with the notations "111". He got 111 boxes which his schoolmates are now helping him sell. Teacher Albert Gallup helps hold up the whopping order.

Ann Arbor High School Football Team Wins Six-A League Championship, October 1953

Ann Arbor High School Football Team Wins Six-A League Championship, October 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 7, 1953
Caption
Time To Meet The Champs' Again: Following its custom of publishing squad pictures of city high school teams which win league championships, The News today presents the 1953 Ann Arbor High grid team, undefeated and untied in seven games and champion of the Six-A League. In each case the readings are left to right. Bottom Row: Dave Dingman, John Hedlesky, John Niehuss, Bill Royce, Dick Koch, Bob St. Clair, Tom Brooker, Harold Stoddard, Bill Watson. Second Row: Coach Hank Fonde, Jim Taylor, Stuart May, George Cress, Frank Mayfield, Jerry Leith, Team Capt. Jack Lousma, Tom Leith, Ernie Delco, John Laverty, Don Hakala. Third Row: Line Coach Bob 'Scope' Davis, Bill Hobbs, Bill Wenrick, Dan Berglund, Bill Wood, Bill Birkle, Lionel Jackson, Jim Bancroft, Ed Meyer, Bill Thomas, Dale Gatzka. Fourth Row: End Coach and Chief Scout Frank Kline, Tom Green, Eugene Hall, Chuck O'Hara, Bob Correll, Stan Larmee, Ken Nelson, Jerry Baker, Larry Rowland, Jim Anderson, Bill Robinson. Top Row: Trainer Paul Clifford, Training Room Manager Dick Hamm, Elmer Rush, Leonard Frisk, Bob Sutch, Dick Williams, Gary Vogel, Fred Ellicott, Bob Perry, Manager Dean Flowers, Manager Ed Winkler.