Ann Arbor Police Officer William Marz & Patrolman Harold Olson Practice A Defensive Pass in Judo, March 1947
Ann Arbor News, March 15, 1947
LAW OFFICERS PRACTICE 'JUDO': Representatives of local police and sheriff's agencies practice an ancient art given a new and practical twist by FBI officials who are conducting a school for Ann Arbor's law enforcement officers. At the top, a defensive pass in "Judo," a bone-cracking combination of traditional Oriental and modern wrestling and fighting holds, is demonstrated by Warrant Officer William Marz and Patrolman Harold Olson, of the Ann Arbor police department. In the lower picture Police Sgt. Joseph Huizenga (left) disarms a pistol-packing "attacker" - Deputy Vincent Fox, chief of the Washtenaw sheriff's identification bureau.
Ann Arbor News, July 15, 1949
City Police officers and firemen stood at somber attention as the body of Sgt. Marland (Red) Howard, veteran police officer who died Tuesday, was borne from funeral services at St. Thomas Church this morning. Bearing the casket of the jovial Irishman who became a town and campus figure during 40 years of service on the force are (starting at the rear left and going counter-clockwise) pall bearers Chief Casper Enkemann, George Kaercher, William Marz, Probate Judge Jay H. Payne, John Dwyer, and Patrolman Ben Ball.