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Contestants Waiting To Start The Superior 4-H Farmers Club Pie Eating Contest, March 1936

Contestants Waiting To Start The Superior 4-H Farmers Club Pie Eating Contest, March 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1936
Caption
'ON YOUR TEETH, GET SET - BITE" - And the pie-eating contest of the Superior 4-H farmers' club, held at the home of Robert Steeb, Geddes Rd., last Friday night was under way. Above are shown the contestants, waiting and ready for the word to bite. Standing in the front row are, left to right, Arthur Vandenbosch, Dean Vandenbosch, William Carver, Donald Gill and Wayne Alber. Standing in the rear are Elsie Steeb, Jill Smith, Leona Parker and Junior McKim. Grouped between the front rows are John Smith, Elwood Parker, president of the club, Howard L. Spedding of the Kiwanis club, Wayne Spike, Wallace Vandenbosch, Sebert Hughes, William Leslie, Lucy Steeb, John Carver, Jesse Hewens and Robert Wardle.

Mayor Louis D. Belcher with a check from the Las Vegas Millionaire's Party benefit for the Michigan Theatre, January 1982

Mayor Louis D. Belcher with a check from the Las Vegas Millionaire's Party benefit for the Michigan Theatre, January 1982 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 21, 1982
Caption
Mayor Louis D. Belcher (wearing the hat) accepts a $15,000 check from John Carver, owner of the Second Chance bar, which hosted the benefit

With The Men In Service: December 28, 1942

With The Men In Service: December 28, 1942 image
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28
Month
December
Year
1942
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Lose your inhibitions ... and help WEMU

Lose your inhibitions ... and help WEMU image
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Day
4
Month
May
Year
1986
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New Sign Is Installed For Nectarine Ballroom, July 18, 1984

New Sign Is Installed For Nectarine Ballroom, July 18, 1984 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 18, 1984
Caption
Studio Ann Arbor? Jeff Heyn of Planet Neon of Novi works on the sign for the new Nectarine Ballroom. The club is scheduled to open to the public next Thursday at 10 p.m. More than $500,000 has been spent on the renovation of the former Second Chance, according to owner John Carver. The club, modeled on New York City nightspot Studio 54, will feature both dance music spun by a disc jockey and live bands.