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JAG School Graduate Review By Three Generals, March 1944

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 14, 1944
Caption
Saluting the colors during yesterday's rites conducted in Yost field house for the oath-taking by members of the Judge Advocate General's schoola re (back row) Maj. Gen. Henry S. Aurand, commanding general of the Sixth Service command (left), and Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Green, assistant judge advocate general (right), and (front row) Maj. Gen. Myron C. Cramer, judge advocate general of the Army (left), and Col. Edward H. Young, commandant of the school (right). Formal graduation ceremonies were held today for the newly-commissioned officers.

Michigan Track Team Members, Herb Barten, Charles Fonville, & Bob Mathias, January 29, 1949

Michigan Track Team Members, Herb Barten, Charles Fonville, & Bob Mathias, January 29, 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1949
Caption
This trio of track men, Herb Barten (left), Chuck Fonville (center) and Bob Mathias, are among the best in the world at their specialties. Barten, Michigan's great mid-distance runner, won the quarter-mile last night while Mathias, now competing for Kiski Prep, anchored a winning relay team. Fonville, this year's Michigan track captain and world record-holder in the shot put event, is sitting out this year's competition because of a back injury which kept him off the Olympic team and forced an operation from which he is recovering. Fonville is apt to return to competition for the Wolverines next year.

Michigan Track Team Members, Herb Barten, Charles Fonville, & Bob Mathias, January 29, 1949

Michigan Track Team Members, Herb Barten, Charles Fonville, & Bob Mathias, January 29, 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1949
Caption
This trio of track men, Herb Barten (left), Chuck Fonville (center) and Bob Mathias, are among the best in the world at their specialties. Barten, Michigan's great mid-distance runner, won the quarter-mile last night while Mathias, now competing for Kiski Prep, anchored a winning relay team. Fonville, this year's Michigan track captain and world record-holder in the shot put event, is sitting out this year's competition because of a back injury which kept him off the Olympic team and forced an operation from which he is recovering. Fonville is apt to return to competition for the Wolverines next year.

Surprise Birthday Party

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
April
Year
1948
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Rally Precedes Cagers' Departure

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Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
March
Year
1965
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