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Pioneer High School Homecoming Court, October 1976

Pioneer High School Homecoming Court, October 1976 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1976
Caption
Members of the homecoming court are, left to right, Karen Wiley, Carol Habegger, Julie Holdaway, Kila Kindig, Pat Fitzsimmons, Pat Schott, Dana Tower, Mimi Lorch, Laura Lauckner and Terri Everette. The homecoming king, kneeling, is Steve Counsell.

Derick Smith - Voted Mr. Hairy Legs At Pioneer High School Homecoming, October 1976

Derick Smith - Voted Mr. Hairy Legs At Pioneer High School Homecoming, October 1976 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1976
Caption
Pioneer High School sophomore Derick Smith proudly shows off his leg, which won him the title Mr. Hairy Legs.

'Traffic Was The Worst I've Seen'

'Traffic Was The Worst I've Seen' image
Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
August
Year
1971
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Stolen Paul Bunyan Statue Outside Pioneer High School, December 1981

Stolen Paul Bunyan Statue Outside Pioneer High School, December 1981 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1981
Caption
GIANT MOVES: A 25-foot statue of the mythical lumberjack Paul Bunyan stands guard in front of Pioneer High School, an apparent last-day-before-vacation prank by unknown suspects. The fiberglass statue is one of the twin landmarks of the Paul Bunyan restaurant on Jackson Road in Scio Township taken down last week as part of remodeling. Restaurant owner Tom Urquhart today managed to chuckle at the incident. He said it was stolen between 12:30 and 6 a.m. by six people ("There were six different footprints"). Now he doesn't know what to do with it. It will cost him more to bring it back than what Urquhart thinks he can get from its sale. So, Paul Bunyan will have to face demolition or stay at Pioneer until someone buys him. So far, there are no buyers for the statues.

Pioneer High School student Lance Johnson does a back flip on the Diag, October 1989

Pioneer High School student Lance Johnson does a back flip on the Diag, October 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1989
Caption
NEW VIEW: -- It was a typically idyllic autumn day: Late-afternoon sun slanting through the trees, crisp fallen leaves underfoot, students loafing on the lawn and a high school student upside down in midair. The student, Lance Johnson of Pioneer High, was on the U-M campus with some friends who asked him to do a few flips, so he obliged, proving once agin the U-M campus scene is its own entertainment.