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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.

Roger Maugh (Ann Arbor), Jerry Embury (Battle Creek), & Jim Bonney (Jackson) - Winners Of Pole Vaulting In Five-A League High School Track Championship, May 1950

Roger Maugh (Ann Arbor), Jerry Embury (Battle Creek), & Jim Bonney (Jackson) - Winners Of Pole Vaulting In Five-A League High School Track Championship, May 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 22, 1950
Caption
THREE OF STATE'S BEST IN POLE VAULT: This trio of Five-A League stick jumpers should do well in Saturday's state Class A track championship meet at Michigan State College. All are capable of 12-foot leaps. From left to right are Ann Arbor High's Roger Maugh, Battle Creek's Jerry Embury and Jackson's Jim Bonney. They finished in that order in Saturday's Five-A League championships at Wines Field with Maugh going 12 feet, one inch for a new league record.

Nathan O. Fairchild Gives Children Planting Pointers, May 1967

Nathan O. Fairchild Gives Children Planting Pointers, May 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 17, 1967
Caption
Gardening At An Early Age: Sarah Maugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Maugh of 3025 Exmoor, and Dick Fairchild, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan T. Fairchild of Adrian, listen attentively as Dick's grandfather, Nathan O. Fairchild, gives them tips on planting. Sarah is the granddaughter of Garden Club members Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Maugh. The club will meet Sunday at the Fairchild home here. Mr. Maugh will give a planting exhibition.