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Students At UM's Pound House Receive New TV, February 1953

Students At UM's Pound House Receive New TV, February 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 31, 1953
Caption
Ann Arbor service clubs and the University's International Students Association joined to present a television set to the U-M's Madelon Pound House, an extension of the International Center. Formally presenting the set yesterday were the Rotary, Lions and Kiwanis clubs and the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Using the new set (left to right) are: Gaston J. Sigur, assistant director of the International Center; Michiomi Suwab, a student from Japan; Kimiko Hosoya, also of Japan; Suna Ekmekce of Turkey; and Fakhri Al-Chalabi of Iraq.

Aerial Photograph of Brookside Subdivision Construction, May 1952

Aerial Photograph of Brookside Subdivision Construction, May 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 21, 1952
Caption
Brookside Subdivision on Stone School Rd., just a quarter of a mile south of Stone School (top center) at the junction with Packard Rd., is fast taking shape, as this aerial photograph by News photographer Pete Mann shows. Eugene Hannah, its owner and developer, has 21 houses in various stages of construction in the area. Fifty-four in all are planned. A late-fall completion date has been set. Walden Woods development may be seen in the photograph, above and slightly to the right of Brookside.

Frank Waterman Feeds Major His Daily Doughnut, March 1953

Frank Waterman Feeds Major His Daily Doughnut, March 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 17, 1953
Caption
Major, the four-year-old Great Dane belonging to the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, shows up every morning at the University Spudnut Shoppe, 1205 1/2 S. University Ave., for his spudnut. He comes alone, as soon as he is let out of the house, and Frank Waterman (above), shop owner, charges Major's consumption to the fraternity. Major, who acquired a taste for the product a year ago when he was brought to the shop by fraternity members, ordinarily gets his spudnut at the door of the store and leaves immediately.

Aerial photo of University of Michigan vs. Michigan State football game, September 27, 1952

Aerial photo of University of Michigan vs. Michigan State football game, September 27, 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1952
Caption
A LOT OF FANS CAME BY BUS: These 88 special Greyhound buses parked in a tirigangular area bounded by Stadium Blvd, S. State St. and the Ann Arbor Railroad tracks just east of the University golf course indicate how a lot of fans came to Ann Arbor for Saturday's Michigan-Michigan State game. There also were a number of special trains.

Aerial photo of University of Michigan vs. Michigan State football game, September 27, 1952

Aerial photo of University of Michigan vs. Michigan State football game, September 27, 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1952
Caption
LATE ARRIVALS: Football fans were still pouring into the Michigan Stadium when this airview was taken of the north end of the stadium Saturday, although the huge bowl looks to be full. Thousands of fans were not in their seats when the game began and missed one or both of the Wolverines' touchdowns in the first quarter.

Teen Hockey Players Outside Wines Fieldhouse Locker Room, February 1953

Teen Hockey Players Outside Wines Fieldhouse Locker Room, February 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1953
Caption
READY FOR HOCKEY ACTION: Hockey competition, rather than street running, occupies the attention of this trio of teenagers - and more than 100 other Ann Arbor boys - thanks to the program sponsored here by the Ann Arbor Amateur Hockey Association. From left to right are John Kenne, Jim Tibbetts, and Fred Hallett. They are standing at the door of the Wines Fieldhouse locker room before heading across the street to the ice rink.

Firemen Work In The Former Attic of The Holmes Home At 175 Underdown Road, May 1953

Firemen Work In The Former Attic of The Holmes Home At 175 Underdown Road, May 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 20, 1953
Caption
Firemen work in the blaze-ruined debris (top) that was the attic of the Howard S. Holmes home at 175 Underdown Rd., Barton Hills, before fire struck yesterday afternoon. The Barton Hills and Ann Arbor Township Fire Departments confined the fire to the attic as is evident in the view (bottom) from the west side of the four-bedroom home. No one was hurt. Total damage was estimated between $20,000 and $25,000.

Exterior Of The Holmes Home, 175 Underdown Rd, Damaged By Fire, May 1953

Exterior Of The Holmes Home, 175 Underdown Rd, Damaged By Fire, May 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 20, 1953
Caption
Firemen work in the blaze-ruined debris (top) that was the attic of the Howard S. Holmes home at 175 Underdown Rd., Barton Hills, before fire struck yesterday afternoon. The Barton Hills and Ann Arbor Township Fire Departments confined the fire to the attic as is evident in the view (bottom) from the west side of the four-bedroom home. No one was hurt. Total damage was estimated between $20,000 and $25,000.