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Jesse Campbell, Ann Arbor High School, Clears The High Jump In Regional Track Meet, May 1960 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Jesse Campbell, Ann Arbor High School, Clears The High Jump In Regional Track Meet, May 1960 image
Year:
1960
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, May 16, 1960
Caption:
UP AND OVER: Ann Arbor High's Jesse Campbell, who will be a co-defender of the state high-jump championship at Ferry Field Saturday, gets up and over with little to spare en route to Regional Meet victory. Ann Arbor High Teacher Don Schultz, the high-jump judge, watches the leap carefully. Campbell won at 6 feet 1/2 inch.

Huron High School's Mel Arnet Soars In His Winning Long Jump Against Adrian High School, April 1969

Huron High School's Mel Arnet Soars In His Winning Long Jump Against Adrian High School, April 1969 image
Year:
1969
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, April 16, 1969
Caption:
Huron High's Mel Arnet soars to victory in the long jump. He won first place against Adrian, recording a leap of 20 feet 5 inches. Ready to measure the jump is Jay Stielstra, Huron football coach. Kim Margeson, a cheerleader, watches.

Prenty Ware - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Prenty Ware - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1950
Caption:
WILL HE RAMBLE TONIGHT? Speedy Prenty Ware, Ann Arbor High's fast-moving left halfback, might gain opportunity to dazzle tonight when the Pioneers will open defense of their Five-A League crown by playing host to Lansing Sexton on Wines Field. Ware, a junior, can really move in an open field.

Prenty Ware & Ray Karsian - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Prenty Ware & Ray Karsian - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1950
Caption:
PREPARATION PAYS OFF ON THIS MANEUVER: A careful workman is Ray Karsian, Ann Arbor High's conversion point artist, who, as indicated here, uses a tape to make sure his stride and distance will be correct. The result have been important, too. In six games, Karsian has been asked to kick conversion points after 20 of the Pioneers' 21 touchdowns. He's been right on the beam 17 times, nine of them in a row, and has missed but two while having one blocked. He didn't take the shot at the other possible point because a Pioneer penalty had made it a 35-yard kick and the longer-booting Bob Randall was asked to try. Karsian's most important conversion of the season came after the Pioneers' third touchdown against Bay City Handy. It had to be good to avoid defeat. Despite a poor center pass Karsian booted the ball clear out of the field, nearly taking Holder Mike Rodriguez' hand with it because the latter was so hurried he hardly had time to set the ball down. Shown holding the ball for Karsian here is Prenty Ware who shares the chore with Rodriguez.

Ann Arbor's Bob Hoffmeyer Passes Baton To Fred Hunt In The Medley Relay Against Cranbrook, April 1959 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Ann Arbor's Bob Hoffmeyer Passes Baton To Fred Hunt In The Medley Relay Against Cranbrook, April 1959 image
Year:
1959
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1959
Caption:
HEADED FOR VICTORY: Pioneer Bob Hoffmeyer passes baton to Teammate Fred Hunt after building good lead in first leg of the medley relay. The lead was held as Ann Arbor High went on to win the race and the dual meet with Cranbrook.

Willie Haywood, Ann Arbor High School Track Team, Practices Sprinting, May 1959

Willie Haywood, Ann Arbor High School Track Team, Practices Sprinting, May 1959 image
Year:
1959
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1959
Caption:
VERSATILE FELLOW: Ann Arbor High's Senior Willie Haywood, outstanding in track for three seasons, is looking ahead to coming big meets during which he'll close out his prep career. A sprinter and shot-putter, as above pictures indicate, Haywood also is capable as a broad jumper. His best 100-yard dash mark is 10 seconds.

Willie Haywood, Ann Arbor High School Track Team, Practices The Shot Put, May 1959

Willie Haywood, Ann Arbor High School Track Team, Practices The Shot Put, May 1959 image
Year:
1959
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1959
Caption:
VERSATILE FELLOW: Ann Arbor High's Senior Willie Haywood, outstanding in track for three seasons, is looking ahead to coming big meets during which he'll close out his prep career. A sprinter and shot-putter, as above pictures indicate, Haywood also is capable as a broad jumper. His best 100-yard dash mark is 10 seconds.