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Huron Hills club members about to try a toboggan chute on the golf course, December 1937

Huron Hills club members about to try a toboggan chute on the golf course, December 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 25, 1937
Caption
TESTING NEW SLIDE: Huron Hills country club, scene of many a closely contested golf match during the summer months, has been transformed into a winter sports center by club members. In the above picture, three toboggans are shown about to take off on the long chute which has been built near the 18th green. On the right are shown R. S. Hawley, Jr., his sister, Evelyn Hawley, Paul Reed and William Buttolph. The center toboggan contains Mary Lou Strickland; her mother, Mrs. W. Strickland, Mrs. Larry Gray and James Swenson of Detroit while the one at the left carries William Strickland, club president, Mrs. Norman Ottmar, Mrs. Florence Swenson of Detroit and Mrs. Betty Spokes.

A Group Prepares to Descend The Toboggan Slide At Caberfae In Cadillac, February 1946

A Group Prepares to Descend The Toboggan Slide At Caberfae In Cadillac, February 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1946
Caption
If there isn't a toboggan handy, hard Cadillac girls go down the 52-mile-an-hour slide without one. One of the amazing things about this is that they actually do - without ripping their snow pants.

Looking Down The Steep Toboggan Slide At Caberfae In Cadillac, February 1946

Looking Down The Steep Toboggan Slide At Caberfae In Cadillac, February 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1946
Caption
Winter sports fans at the Caberfae like to talk about the deep-dipping toboggan slide there, where averages of 52 miles an hour are normally attended. Earlier in the winter the toboggans were zooming down at 60 and more miles an hour, and safety-minded Caberfae sponsors tamed down the slide.

The Grayling Winter Sports Park From The Parking Lot, January 1940

The Grayling Winter Sports Park From The Parking Lot, January 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 10, 1940
Caption
THE GRAYLING WINTER SPORTS PARK in the Hanson Military Reserve provides the best example of the growing enthusiasm for winter sports in Michigan. On peak Sundays, this sports center will attract more than 3,000 visitors. Taken from the parking area, this picture shows the warming buildings at the left. On the hill beyond them a crowd is collected around the ski jump. To the right, on the hill is the toboggan take-off building: the four slides are just beyond the toboggan conveyor, which is the long line stretching down from the take-off building. The skating rink and other downhill ski runs are not shown.