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Friends of Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992

Friends of Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, February 5, 1992
Caption
At right, unidentified friends comfort Laurie Reuther, lower left.

Mike Knieper Honors Officer Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992

Mike Knieper Honors Officer Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, February 5, 1992
Caption
With a black mourning stripe across his badge, Milan police Officer Mike Knieper, above, stands at attention during Tuesday's memorial service.

"Washtenaw" Stone For Hugh Gray Memorial, with Arthur W. Stace, Eli Gallup, and Joseph Arnet, May 1938

"Washtenaw" Stone For Hugh Gray Memorial, with Arthur W. Stace, Eli Gallup, and Joseph Arnet, May 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 26, 1938
Caption
WASHTENAW STONE GOES INTO CAIRN: This 600-pound boulder is Washtenaw county's contribution to the cairn to be erected on the Old Mission peninsula north of Traverse City. A stone from each county of the state goes into this monument to Hugh Gray, dean of the Michigan tourist association men. Left to right, inspecting the stone, are Eli A. Gallup, superintendent of parks, who gave the boulder, Joseph L. Arnet, in whose granite plant it was engraved, and Arthur W. Stace, chairman of the Washtenaw county committee.

Marksmanship Memorial Trophy Presented To The Ann Arbor Police Department, June 1937

Marksmanship Memorial Trophy Presented To The Ann Arbor Police Department, June 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1937
Caption
DONORS OF POLICE MARKSMANSHIP TROPHY: Justice Jay H. Payne (left) and Prosecutor Albert J. Rapp (right) are shown examining the trophy held by Justice Harry W. Reading, which the three public officials have presented to the Ann Arbor police department to stimulate and award marksmanship. The trophy is a memorial to Patrolman Clifford "Sid" Stang, who was killed in action March 21, 1935, when he interrupted a robbery of the Conlin & Wetherbee men's furnishings store, 118 E. Washington St. One of the two gunmen, William "Shorty" Hayden, later was captured in California, was returned to Ann Arbor just one year and 40 minutes after the shooting and today is serving a life sentence for murder. His accomplice is still sought. The trophy will be awarded to the policeman winning it three consecutive years, each year's winner being determined on the basis of average scores for the various practice shoots held during the summer months.

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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
June
Year
1962
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