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Vince Aquinto Kicks The Football On The First Day Of St. Thomas High School's Football Practice, August 1968

Vince Aquinto Kicks The Football On The First Day Of St. Thomas High School's Football Practice, August 1968 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 27, 1968
Caption
One of the prime activities for the St. Thomas High football team is running through a series of skill drills during the first day of practice. Giving the football a kick is Vince Aquinto and awaiting their turn at the kicking tee (left to right) are Tom Schwind, Bruce Otwell, Jeff Swan, Jim Birmingham, Mark Bertz, Mike Pappas, Vince Peters, Dave Burke, Ken Morris and Bob Place. The Irish are drilling for the upcoming season which starts with a game at St. John's. The Irish drill at Riverside Park.

Veterans Bolster Irish

Veterans Bolster Irish image
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3
Month
September
Year
1968
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Two Changes Made On Irish Schedule

Two Changes Made On Irish Schedule image
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Day
9
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September
Year
1968
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Health The Key For St. Thomas

Health The Key For St. Thomas image
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13
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September
Year
1968
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St. Thomas Hopes To Improve Passing Attack

St. Thomas Hopes To Improve Passing Attack image
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26
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September
Year
1968
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Irish Gridders Battle St. Mary To Deadlock

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30
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September
Year
1968
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Jim Birmingham - St. Thomas High School Football Team, October 1968

Jim Birmingham - St. Thomas High School Football Team, October 1968 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1968
Caption
The keys to a St. Thomas winning season this fall rest on a powerful running game and rugged defense. Quarterback Mike Wagner (upper left) shifts to safety on defense and has intercepted three passes. Fullback Tom Schwind (upper right) provides the Irish with a potent ground attack, averaging 210 yards per game. Defensive back Lou Richard (lower left) and linebacker Jim Birmingham led the St. Thomas defense in the 6-6 tie with Wayne St. Mary last Sunday.