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Dobbie Drake Leaves Fond Memories

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16
Month
June
Year
1967
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Pioneer Metal Shop Students Show Lou Hollway The Sign They Constructed For Hollway Field, May 1976

Pioneer Metal Shop Students Show Lou Hollway The Sign They Constructed For Hollway Field, May 1976 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 31, 1976
Caption
Lou Hollway (left), long-time football coach at old Ann Arbor High, looks on proudly as three Pioneer students show him the sign they constructed in a metal shop welding class. The sign, made entirely from scrap metal, will rest atop the ticket booth at Hollway Field. The artisans, who made the sign under the direction of Bob Haddick, are (from left) Mark McArthur, John Gundrum and Mike Musser. (News Photo by Larry E. Wright)

Lou Hollway Stands With Ann Arbor High School Band On Newly Dedicated Hollway Field, September 1956

Lou Hollway Stands With Ann Arbor High School Band On Newly Dedicated Hollway Field, September 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 15, 1956
Caption
HOLLWAY IN SPOTLIGHT: While the Ann Arbor High band played "He's a Jolly Good Fellow," Pioneer Athletic Director Lou Hollway enjoyed another fine moment following ceremonies which officially dedicated the school's new grid layout as Hollway Field. Supt. Jack Elzay, Principal Nicholas Schreiber, School Board President Frederic House, Mayor William E. Brown, jr., Michigan Athletic Director Fritz Crisler and Michigan Football Coach Ben Oosterbaan all offered special congratulations during the half-time interlude of last night's Ann Arbor High-Wayne opener. Hollway was lauded for 34 years of service to the public schools and the community.