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Maypole Dance, Ann Arbor, July 1937

Maypole Dance, Ann Arbor, July 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1937
Caption
ROUND AND ROUND: These youngsters circle a maypole in a dance which will feature the playground pageant to be presented at 8 p.m. tomorrow at West Park by 100 children. The pageant has as a theme the history of Ann Arbor.

Edwards Brothers Girls' City Softball Champions, 1937

Edwards Brothers Girls' City Softball Champions, 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1937
Caption
PLAY IN STATE TOURNAMENT TODAY: Edwards Brothers, who won the girls' city softball championship recently, will compete in the state tournament at Lansing today against the Remington Rand ten of Benton Harbor. If victorious today, Edwards will swing into action again Sunday afternoon at Ranney park against the survivor of games between three teams, Peter Pan of Lansing, Mutal Drugs of Niles, and Holt Recorders. The contest will start at 1 o'clock. Standing in the above picture, left to right, are Coach Tommy Ingram, Hazel Engels, Mildred Smith, Ruth Carstens, Lorreta Schlimmer, Esther Carstens, Evelyn Barnes, Helen Hickey, Helen Pegan and Coach Ned Hickey. Seated are Dorothy Pickard, Helen Carman, Lucille Stierle, Mary Pegan, Clarice Lytle and Nadenna Schmidt.

Alexander Dwight "Dee" Dunlap of the Dhu Varren Softball Team, and an Ann Arbor City All-Star, August 1937

Alexander Dwight "Dee" Dunlap of the Dhu Varren Softball Team, and an Ann Arbor City All-Star, August 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 2, 1937
Caption
Dhu Varren may have won the league championship and Oldbru may have won the district tournament title but managers of teams in the Twilight softball loop lean toward the Gauss Bakers and the Elks when it comes to making selections for an all-star team. The Bakers and the Elks each placed four players on the squad while the remaining four places were divided between Dhu Varren, Oldbru and Dixboro. Ty's Service and Stroh's failed to gain a single berth. The Bakers' representatives include Pat Walsh, extreme right in the second row from the top; Jimmy Walsh, extreme right in the second row from the bottom; "Wobby" Fritz, to the left of Jimmy Walsh, and Neil Rauser, who is shown to the left of Fritz. The Elks' players chosen include Freddie Weber, extreme left, bottom row, and Earl Bradshaw, extreme right, botton row. Pete Eitling, the Elks' third representative, is shown direclty above Weber while the fourth member of the Lodgemen's contingent, Ray Hutzel is shown at the left in the top row. Bob Westfall, wearing the Catcher's mask, and "Dee" Dunlap, extreme left in the second row from the top, were the Dhu Varren players chosen. Dixboro's lone representative, Norman Blystone, is shown at the right in the top row while Jack Kett, Oldbru star, is shown between Dunlap and Arnold Walsh in the second row from the top.

Soap Box Derby, July 1937

Soap Box Derby, July 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 26, 1937
Caption
Ann Arbor pilots take their Soap Box Derby seriously. This is evidenced in the two pictures shown above taken Saturday at Ann Arbor's second annual Derby. In the top picture Stuart McDonald, 1010 Woodbridge, is shown lending Robert Moore of Dexter across the finish line in the first heat of the Class A division.

Earl Bradshaw of the Elk's Softball Team, and an Ann Arbor City All-Star, September 1937

Earl Bradshaw of the Elk's Softball Team, and an Ann Arbor City All-Star, September 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 2, 1937
Caption
Dhu Varren may have won the league championship and Oldbru may have won the district tournament title but managers of teams in the Twilight softball loop lean toward the Gauss Bakers and the Elks when it comes to making selections for an all-star team. The Bakers and the Elks each placed four players on the squad while the remaining four places were divided between Dhu Varren, Oldbru and Dixboro. Ty's Service and Stroh's failed to gain a single berth. The Bakers' representatives include Pat Walsh, extreme right in the second row from the top; Jimmy Walsh, extreme right in the second row from the bottom; "Wobby" Fritz, to the left of Jimmy Walsh, and Neil Rauser, who is shown to the left of Fritz. The Elks' players chosen include Freddie Weber, extreme left, bottom row, and Earl Bradshaw, extreme right, botton row. Pete Eitling, the Elks' third representative, is shown direclty above Weber while the fourth member of the Lodgemen's contingent, Ray Hutzel is shown at the left in the top row. Bob Westfall, wearing the Catcher's mask, and "Dee" Dunlap, extreme left in the second row from the top, were the Dhu Varren players chosen. Dixboro's lone representative, Norman Blystone, is shown at the right in the top row while Jack Kett, Oldbru star, is shown between Dunlap and Arnold Walsh in the second row from the top.