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Winners Of The Ann Arbor Noon Optimist Club's Oratory Contest, April 1972

Winners Of The Ann Arbor Noon Optimist Club's Oratory Contest, April 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1972
Caption
Victor Turner, president of the Ann Arbor Noon Optimist Club, presents trophies and certificates to winners of the first oratory contest the local club has ever held for girls. All of the winners are Mack School sixth graders. The winners are (standing left to right): Carolyn Campbell, Donna Hunter and Monita Thompson. Sitting (left to right) are: first place winner Jackie Jacobs and Brenda Cumby.

Huron Girls' Soccer Team Celebrates Winning The Association Cup, May 1988 Photographer: Marcia Watson

Huron Girls' Soccer Team Celebrates Winning The Association Cup, May 1988 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 21, 1988
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Laura Beer, one of three captains for the Huron girls' soccer team, holds the trophy presented by the Ann Arbor Soccer Association. The River Rats earned the trophy by defeating Pioneer High in the 'Association Cup Game' earlier in the season.

City Junior Tennis Tournament Winners Show Off Their Trophies, August 1971 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

City Junior Tennis Tournament Winners Show Off Their Trophies, August 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 8, 1971
Caption
Junior Net Titlists: The winners in the City Junior Tennis Tournament accounted for 17 trophies. The net titlists are: (front row, left to right) Gordon Kamisar, boy's 14 doubles; Cindy Morris, girl's 16 doubles; Chris Gray, girl's 14 and 16 singles and 16 doubles; Emily Barrett, girl's 18 singles and doubles; Ron Rostow, boy's 12 singles; (back row) Chris Powers, boy's 18 doubles; Tom Rehak, boy's 18 doubles; John Martin, boy's 14 singles; Peter Osler, 16 doubles; Dave Kamisar, boy's 14 doubles. Missing at time picture was made were Mark Weber and Bev Morris, who both won four other titles.

Ann Arbor Swim Club Coach Rose Mary Dawson With Star Athletes, March 1958 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Ann Arbor Swim Club Coach Rose Mary Dawson With Star Athletes, March 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1958
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THE BIG POINT: Twelve-year-old Robin Lawrence (left) and 14-year-old Janice Snavely (right) give each other the credit while their coach, Rose Mary Dawson (center), is impartially pleased with both. But a pointed question could be raised as to whether it was Miss Lawrence's or Miss Snavely's point which accounted for the Ann Arbor Swim Club's team victory, 98-97 over Detroit Turners, in the State Women's Championships. Miss Lawrence picked up a surprise point in the 200-yard back stroke while Miss Snavely gained one in the 500-yard free style. Without their two points, the 96 gained by teammates wouldn't have been enough to bring the Hardy Trophy to Ann Arbor.

Mrs. Ernest Campbell With Fat Femmes Anonymous Trophy, March 1957

Mrs. Ernest Campbell With Fat Femmes Anonymous Trophy, March 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 11, 1957
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THEIR PRIDE AND JOY: The Ypsilanti chapter of Fat Femmes Anonymous is proud of its only "Famous Fem," Mrs. Ernest Campbell of Ivanhoe Ave., who holds her gold trophy while her weight is checked on the scales by an admiring fellow member, Miss Elizabeth Foster of Miles St.

Myrtle Pierson Presents A Marksmanship Trophy To Esther Stauch - March 1940 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Myrtle Pierson Presents A Marksmanship Trophy To Esther Stauch - March 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 15, 1940
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WINS FIRST SHOOT IN WOMEN'S PISTOL CLASS: Mrs. George Stauch (left) of 805 Fifth St. is shown receiving a trophy from Mrs. Myrtle Pierson (right) for shooting the biggest score in the first of a series of weekly pistol matches for women. Mrs. Pierson, third ranking woman marksman in the United States, is conducting the class each Wednesday night.

Marksmanship Trophy - Crafted By Myrtle Pierson, Won By Esther Stauch - March 1940 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Marksmanship Trophy - Crafted By Myrtle Pierson, Won By Esther Stauch - March 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 15, 1940
Caption
NOVEL TROPHY: Shown above is a closeup of the trophy won by Mrs. George Stauch for the best score in a women's pistol match conducted by Mrs. Myrtle Pierson. Mrs. Pierson made the trophy out of a piece of wood, a collar button, a thimble and two safety pins.

Leon Dosey & Champion Beagles, April 1938 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Leon Dosey & Champion Beagles, April 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1938
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A PAIR OF CHAMPIONS: Leon Dosey, son of Al Dosey, 405 Wesley St., poses with a pair of champion beagle hounds. Tiny Trinket, right, and Hi-Top Boots. Hi-Top Boots won the Wolverine Derby and the Kingsbury trophy at Hastings, Mich., last year and Tiny Trinket repeated in the same events this season. Tiny will seek another championship, the Northern Association Stakes, at Hastings today. Both Tiny and Hi-Top Boots are in the 13-inch-class.