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John McCravey Coaches Area's Top Young Runners, December 1977 Photographer: Robert Chase

John McCravey Coaches Area's Top Young Runners, December 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1977
Caption
ON THE RUN! - Dr. John McCravey (left) is a University of Michigan senior resident physician who devotes his spare time to coaching area young people in competitive running. Here, he exercises what he teaches with Paul Johnson, 13, and Beth Huff, 15, both of Ann Arbor, and Sara Peapples, 9, of Dexter. All three of these youngsters beat out the competition in regional events and went on recently to compete in the national Junior Olympics at Longview, Wash.

Coach Duane Devlin & Willow Run High School Football Co-Captains Jack Meyer (80) and Bill Martin (95), September 1958 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Coach Duane Devlin & Willow Run High School Football Co-Captains Jack Meyer (80) and Bill Martin (95), September 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1958
Caption
PREPARE FOR OPENER: Coach Duane Devlin (center) and his Willow Run High football co-captains, Fullback Jack Meyer (80) and Tackle Bill Martin (95), make plans for the Flyers' 1958 season opener Friday night with Wyandotte Schaefer.

Olympian Francie Kraker Reunites with Michigamme Track Coach Ken "Red" Simmons, July 1972 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Olympian Francie Kraker Reunites with Michigamme Track Coach Ken "Red" Simmons, July 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 16, 1972
Caption
Back For A Visit: Before reporting to the Olympic training camp in Champaign, Ill., Francie Kraker Johnson is taking a few days to train with her former coach, Ken "Red" Simmons of the Michigammes. Simmons and his wife, Betty, played an instrumental role in Mrs. Johnson's track career when she competed under the Ann Arbor girls' team banner in the 1960s. Mrs. Johnson is now a resident of the Boston area.

Michigammes Win State Cross Country Championship, November 1973 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Michigammes Win State Cross Country Championship, November 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 25, 1973
Caption
State Champs: The Michigammes have won another state cross country championship and join The News Pictorial Honor Roll of Champions. From left, bottom row, are Marianne Waldron, Sara Peterson, Patricia Larsen and Kathy Vidrih. In the top row are Coach Ken Simmons, Sue Koebnick, Francie Goodridge, Ann Forshee and Karen McKeachie.

Michigamme Cross Country Runners with Coach Ken "Red" Simmons, August 1970 Photographer: Bill Anderson

Michigamme Cross Country Runners with Coach Ken "Red" Simmons, August 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1970
Caption
High Hopes: Michigamme Coach Ken "Red" Simmons has high hopes for the upcoming cross country season. He is counting on top performances from Carol Frederick (left), Ann Forshee (center) and Wonda Thornton this autumn. The team will begin its schedule with a multi-team meet on Sept. 19 at Veterans Park.

Southeastern Michigammes Track Club, June 1965 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Southeastern Michigammes Track Club, June 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 29, 1965
Caption
Gaining In Stature: The Southeastern Michigammes track club, formerly known as the Ann Arbor Anns, is rapidly gaining stature in the nation and a number of promising newcomers makes its future even brighter. Members of the team which works out regularly at Ferry Field under coaches Mr. and Mrs. Ken Simmons are (front row, left to right) Dorene Pilkington, Mickey DiMattia, Christie Stovall, Janie Schulte, Mary Hokanson, Vonnie Perrine and Cris Bell; (back row) Mrs. Simmons, Krist Hanselman, Joyce Soth, Sperry Jones, Cindy Jones, Louise Gerrish, Francie Kraker, Carol Soucie and Mr. Simmons. Such veterans as Miss Kraker and Miss Gerrish add glitter by having won national girl's titles and will be seeking championships in the women's division of the AAU meet this weekend.

Future Olympian Francie Kraker Trains at Yost Fieldhouse, February 1965 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Future Olympian Francie Kraker Trains at Yost Fieldhouse, February 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 12, 1965
Caption
Moving Up: Francie Kraker will leave her girlhood days of track behind her this season. The 17-year-old lass will step up into the women's class. She is shown here with her coaches, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Simmons, during a practice session at Yost Fieldhouse.

Local Coaches Buy Day Camp

Local Coaches Buy Day Camp image
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Month
February
Year
1964
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