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Ann Arbor High Dedicates Record Board to Former Track and Field Coach Tim Ryan, July 1966

Ann Arbor High Dedicates Record Board to Former Track and Field Coach Tim Ryan, July 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 6, 1966
Caption
Former Track Coach Honored: Tim Ryan (center), Ann Arbor High track coach who served the school for 38 years from 1926 to 1964, looks over the recently placed record board dedicated in his honor. Ryan coached several of the finest cinder squads in Michigan prep history and during the late 40's and early 50's compiled an amazing record of 45 victories in 46 dual meets. At left is Frank Kline, Ann Arbor High athletic director, and at right is Jim Love, the present track coach who succeeded Ryan in 1964. The board bears the name Pioneer High as a result of the Board of Education's decision to rename Ann Arbor High in view of the planned construction of a second high school which will be named Huron High.

Burns Park Class D Softball Team, Summer 1942

Burns Park Class D Softball Team, Summer 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1942
Caption
REPEAT CHAMPIONS IN BOYS SOFTBALL: This is the Burns park class D softball team which retained its 1941 championship by winning all of its 12 games this summer. Slauson was runner-up. Members of the team are: Front row, left to right, Marty Edwards, Joseph Pfeiffner, Sydney Cook, Lenny Byers, Philip Cramton, Tommy Wiessler, Bill Pulte, David Trost and Hugh Slocum; back row, Ed Trost, Bob Fowler, Jim Collins, Ross Stofflet, Ernest Dirkse and Richard Parker. Absent when the picture was taken were Murray Wight, Charles Veigel, David Townley, Charles Olson and Jack Townsley.

George Jayne, Roger Maugh, & Bob Fowler - Ann Arbor High School Track Team, April 1950

George Jayne, Roger Maugh, & Bob Fowler - Ann Arbor High School Track Team, April 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1950
Caption
PIONEERS' MAIN HOPES IN ROUGE RELAYS: This trio of Ann Arbor High track men may do all right in tonight's River Rouge Relays at Yost Fieldhouse. From left to right are Miler George Jayne, Pole Vaulter Roger Maugh and Bob Fowler, dash man and low hurdler. Final events in today's big meet, which has attracted more than 1,000 athletes from 83 high schools, will begin at 7 o'clock tonight.

Ann Arbor High School Track Standouts, May 1950

Ann Arbor High School Track Standouts, May 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1950
Caption
NO CURBING THEIR TRACK TALENTS: These seven Ann Arbor High thinclads have been playing an active part in the Pioneers' perfect-record dual meet season this year. They are, left to right, Roger Maugh, George Jayne, Bill Newman, Fred Adams, Capt. Bob Fowler, Vern Nixon and Prenty Ware. Coach Tim Ryan's team has won 11 straight dual meets this season to add to a string that has now grown to 26 in a row over three seasons.