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Members Of Boy Scout Troop 75 Form Sextet, 1949

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1949
Caption
SCOUT SINGERS FORM SEXTET: These six boys, members of Dunbar Community Center-sponsored Boy Scout Troop 75, have formed themselves into a sextet. They have worked out their own harmonies and have sung at Community Chest luncheons and at the Scout "appreciation dinner" Saturday night in Ypsilanti. In the front row (left to right) are Richard Jackson, 13, of 310 Beakes St. and Hathaway Gulley, 15, of 210 Beakes St. In the rear (left to right) are Duane Calvert, 14, and Dick Sleet, 13, both of 621 N. Fourth Ave., Bernard Patterson, 16, of 712 N. Fourth Ave., and Marvin Baker, 14, of 651 N. Fourth Ave.

Reggae Dancing At The Star Bar, May 1981

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1981
Caption
A couple sways to Jamaican reggae music at the Star Bar recently. Disc jockeys Michael Kremen and Brian Tomsic have amassed a large collection of familiar and obscure reggae music to play for dancers.

Reggae Dancing At The Star Bar, May 1981

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1981
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'Soothing but active' is how most fans describe dancing to reggae. Here, two dancers at the Star Bar show their moves.

Concert Tour Planned

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Parent Issue
Day
27
Month
September
Year
1975
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Beating The Drum For Jazz

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Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
March
Year
2001
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Lumberjacks Entertain Scholars At Luncheon, March 1941

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 15, 1941
Caption
You're only as old as you feel and the three old-time lumberjacks (shown above) apparently didn't feel their years - which aggregated 235 - when they entertained at the Folklore section luncheon at the Academy of Science, Arts and Letters yesterday. Songs, music, dances of the old lumberjacking days, as well as tall tales of the woods, were provided by the trio. Left to right, they are Bill McBride, 78, of Isabella City; Carl Lathrop, 73, of Pleasant Valley (with the fiddle); and Perry Allen, 82, of Shepard.