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Huron High Girls Tennis Team Wins Regional Championship, October 1973 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Huron High Girls Tennis Team Wins Regional Championship, October 1973 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1973
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Tennis Champions: The Huron High girls' tennis team gained a place on the News Pictorial Honor Roll of Champions by wrapping up the regional championship. Front row, from left. Coach Kay Sprague, Debbie Blayer, Julie Eberle, Lori Stubbs, Suzie Cartwright, Brenda Pearson, Michele Kelsey, Laura Pope, Mimi Powell and Kathi Niemi. Back row, from left: Liz Eaton, Julie Collins, Kathy Chase, Rhonda Graham, Nancy Fahrner, Christy Collins, Lauri Murphy, Ivy Horwitz, Stephanie Hamm and Linda Hultquist.

Barb Cochrane Participates In City Junior Tennis Tournament, July 1971 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Barb Cochrane Participates In City Junior Tennis Tournament, July 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 17, 1971
Caption
Junior Tennis Tournament Ballet: The players in this year's City Junior Tennis Tournament put on a show as graceful as a group of ballet dancers as they battle for prizes in several categories of doubles and singles. From left to right are Barb Cochrane, Chris Gray, Oliver Owens and Alex Neel.

Chris Gray Participates In City Junior Tennis Tournament, July 1971 Photographer: Cecil Lockard

Chris Gray Participates In City Junior Tennis Tournament, July 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 17, 1971
Caption
Junior Tennis Tournament Ballet: The players in this year's City Junior Tennis Tournament put on a show as graceful as a group of ballet dancers as they battle for prizes in several categories of doubles and singles. From left to right are Barb Cochrane, Chris Gray, Oliver Owens and Alex Neel.
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AACHM Oral History: Mary McDade, Alma Wheeler Smith, and Nancy Cornelia Wheeler

Wed, 09/22/2021 - 10:55am

Mary Wheeler McDadeMary McDade was born in Columbia, South Carolina in 1939, but grew up in Ann Arbor. Her parents Albert and Emma Wheeler were active in local politics and civil rights. As a college student, McDade helped found the University of Michigan chapter of the NAACP. She moved to Peoria, Illinois with her husband Joe Billy McDade in 1963. After raising four children, she built a career in law. McDade graduated from the University of Illinois College of Law and she has been a justice of the Illinois Appellate Court since 2000.

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