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Arthur Markendorf Shows Slauson Students The Latest League of Women Voters Pamphlet, November 1957

Arthur Markendorf Shows Slauson Students The Latest League of Women Voters Pamphlet, November 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1957
Caption
'KNOW YOUR STATE' PAMPHLET: Arthur Markendorf, social studies instructor at Slauson Junior High School, shows (left to right) Sharon Albrecht, Bill Johnson and Tom Pullen the new resource pamphlet put out by the Michigan League of Women Voters. His classes will be using it in their study of state government.

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April
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1956
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Preston Ware Gets First Down for Slauson Junior High Football Team, November 1948

Preston Ware Gets First Down for Slauson Junior High Football Team, November 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 13, 1948
Caption
TOUCHDOWN MARCH: Preston Ware, of Slauson Junior High School, slips through a host of Jones Junior High tacklers for a first down during a drive that netted Slauson its first touchdown in a game at West Park this morning. Ware made three first downs in a row during the drive and then smashed his way from the five yard line for the touchdown in the first minute of the second period. Slauson won, 19-7.

Preston Ware Gets Touchdown for Slauson Junior High Football Team, November 1948

Preston Ware Gets Touchdown for Slauson Junior High Football Team, November 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 13, 1948
Caption
TWISTS OVER THE GOAL LINE: Crossing the goal line for the first touchdown of a hard-fought football game between Slauson and Jones Junior High Schools this morning at West Park is Preston Ware, of Slauson. The elusive Ware plunged off tackle from Jones five-yard line for the marker. An attempt by Slauson to run the ball for the extra point failed. Slauson was the winning team.

Sybil Johnson & Nanci Gerler Collect Signatures For A League Of Women Voters Petition, April 1970

Sybil Johnson & Nanci Gerler Collect Signatures For A League Of Women Voters Petition, April 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 19, 1970
Caption
Two members of the Slauson Junior High Service Group are shown here getting signatures from Mr. and Mrs. James H. Applegate of 1104 W. Washington for a League of Women Voters petition asking for congressional representation for the Citizens of Washington, D. C. The petition drive is nationwide and will continue through Wednesday of this week. The two students in the photo are Sybil Johnson (left) and Nanci Gerler. The Slauson Service Group consists of about 50 Slauson students who perform various community services. The petitions will be circulated this week door-to-door.

Seventh Grade Library Committee Members Work In The Slauson Junior High Library, October 1953

Seventh Grade Library Committee Members Work In The Slauson Junior High Library, October 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1953
Caption
Learning library routine first hand and earning school service points at the same time are these Slauson Junior High seventh graders, members of the library committee composed of more than 40 members. At work checking books are Mary Robinson (left foreground) and Carolyn Burnham (right foreground). Reshelving the books in their proper places are Barbara Weber (left background) and Harriet Wright. The pupils report two periods a week to assist the librarian.

Slauson Junior High Championship Flag Football Team, November 1970

Slauson Junior High Championship Flag Football Team, November 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 8, 1970
Caption
The Champs! Here are the jubilant victors of Slauson Junior High's morning seventh grade "Flag Football" team, who won their title last week at a "Superbowl" playoff between morning and afternoon teams. Slauson is on a split shift this year. Tackling is not allowed in flag football, but flags on the boys' belts must be grabbed instead. This was the first playoff at Slauson between morning and afternoon teams. The happy winners are (back row, from left) Dewey Sexton, Dave Worley, Jeff Bodley, Ted Wilson and Herbert Twining and (front row, from left) Kenneth Richardson, Steve Vangelatos, Mark Newton (captain), Dean Kokales and Clifford Newbury. (News photo by Jack Stubbs)