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Ann Arbor News boy gets antique pinball machine from 1933 World's Fair, June 1964

Ann Arbor News boy gets antique pinball machine from 1933 World's Fair, June 1964 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 27, 1964
Caption
PAPERBOY'S BONUS: Wes Luckhardt (right) of 1502 Ottawa and Fred Oberdick of 1503 Ottawa show off an "antique" pinball machine which Wes considers as an unexpected bonus from his Ann Arbor News delivery route. The device is a relic from the 1933 World's Fair and -- with the right combination of tripped springs and levers -- puts together a jigsaw puzzle map of the fairgrounds. He was given the machine by two of his newspaper customers on Northside Ave.

Ypsilanti Ann Arbor News Carriers Attend Circus, May 1958

Ypsilanti Ann Arbor News Carriers Attend Circus, May 1958 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1958
Caption
NEWS CARRIERS AT CIRCUS: All but 11 of the 52 carriers of The Ann Arbor News in the Ypsilanti area attended a performance of the Mills Bros. Circus last night at Waterworks Park in Ypsilanti. The boys were taken to the circus by The News for their route work during April. The one-day stand of the circus was to benefit the Ypsilanti Goodfellows' depleted fund for charity work each Christmas.

Ann Arbor Newsboys get ready to attend baseball game in Detroit, August 1957

Ann Arbor Newsboys get ready to attend baseball game in Detroit, August 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 27, 1957
Caption
GANGWAY FOR THE BALL GAME! Seventy-five carrier boys for The Ann Arbor News demonstrated their enthusiasm yesterday as they made a dash for two chartered buses which took them to the Detroit-New York ball game in Detroit's Briggs Stadium. The trip was a reward to the boys for outstanding management of routes during the summer months.

Dale Schultz at his family's mailbox, July 1954

Dale Schultz at his family's mailbox, July 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 27, 1954
Caption
NEITHER RAIN NOR STRAIN: News Photographer Dale Fisher's picture of 14-year-old Dale Schultz reaching for the family mail from their box at Sauer and Saline-Milan Rds. suggests a slight padding out of the slogan which inspires all U. S. postal personnel to their best efforts. "Neither rain nor sleet nor gloom of night (nor even a precarious grab from a balanced bike) shall stay these carriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds."