Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1955
CELEBRATING MICHIGAN WEEK: Gary Ostrander prepares to launch a toy boat through a working model of a Soo lock while Billy Wenger points out location of the Soo to an audience of other pupils (not shown) at Angell School. The four pupils, including Pamela Wistert and Lynn Shipman, took turns explaining the features of the Great Lakes to other students as part of "Michigan Week" celebration.
Members of U.S. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation Regional Staff Study Great Lakes Water Quality, March 1964 Photographer: Doug Fulton
Ann Arbor News, March 7, 1964
Water Quality Study: These three members of the U.S. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation regional staff are working with the U. S. Public Health Service on a study of Great Lakes water quality as it affects recreation. They are (left to right) Donald Campbell, Michael Beaudry and Robert Myers.
The Great Lakes Committee of the Ann Arbor chapter of the League of Women Voters hosts a panel discussion on challenges facing the Great Lakes, with an update on the Line 5 oil pipeline. A panel of experts, including Dr. Eric Anderson (NOAA) and Liz Kirkwood (Executive Director, FLOW), presents and discusses the issues.
The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
University of Michigan students look at ancient anchor found in Lake Michigan, July 1964 Photographer: Duane Scheel
Ann Arbor News, July 23, 1964
ANCHOR AWEIGH: Three University students are shown here on the loading dock on the Forest Ave. side of the North University Building inspecting an ancient 1,500-pound anchor retrieved from an unidentified sunken ship in Lake Michigan by the U-M Institute of Science and Technology Great Lakes Research Division. They are (left to right), Miss Elzbieta Kopczynska of Warsaw, Poland, a graduate student in oceanography; Lion F. Gardiner of Seal Cliff, N. Y., a graduate zoology student (holding anchor chain); and William J. Stocklin of Stanford Conn., a senior majoring in oceanography.
Ann Arbor News, January 22, 1938
"There's everything in the ocean."