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Football Equipment Distributed To Ann Arbor High School Players, August 1947

Football Equipment Distributed To Ann Arbor High School Players, August 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 29, 1947
Caption
FIRST PHASE OF SCHOOLBOY FOOTBALL PRACTICE SESSIONS: Issuing of equipment and running through of physical examinations occupies the city's scholastic football hopefuls this week in preparation for start of practice next week. In the Wines Field locker room, where Ann Arbor High players are getting suited up, Jack Drake (seated), former Pioneer line star and son of Head Coach Don "Dobbie" Drake, watches Don Dohoney struggle into a suit while Walter Schmid holds a pile of sweat shirts for examination by Capt. Max Matteson.

Capt. Max Matteson - Ann Arbor High School Football Tackle, September 1947

Capt. Max Matteson - Ann Arbor High School Football Tackle, September 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 21, 1947
Caption
SCHOOLBOY GRIDDERS WHO'LL BE BUSY ON THE WEEK-END: Here is a trio of scholastic footballers who'll be seeing plenty of action with their respective teams on the coming week-end. At the left is Jim Mynning, quarterback of the undefeated, untied St. Thomas club; in the center is Capt. Max Matteson, Ann Arbor High tackle, and at the right is Bill Twining who sees action with the U High Cubs.

Hugh Radloff & Max Matteson - Ann Arbor High School Football, September 1947

Hugh Radloff & Max Matteson - Ann Arbor High School Football, September 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1947
Caption
TWO REASONS FOR PIONEER HOPES AGAINST EASTERN: Hugh Radloff (left) and Capt. Max Matteson are two reasons Ann Arbor High's football team hopes to go places against Lansing Eastern on Wines Field tonight. Radloff, who played tackle in the early part of the season, now is running in the fullback spot and won't see line action unless needed there very much. Matteson is a tackle.