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Tappan Rams and Beavers Play Football At Burns Park, October 1947

Tappan Rams and Beavers Play Football At Burns Park, October 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1947
Caption
EMBRYO GRID STAR: Capt. Jim Tronley of the Tappan Rams totes the ball around end on a reverse in a Junior High football game against the Tappan Beavers. Shown executing a devastating block on Bill Hare, left half for the Beavers is Brad O'Brien, right half for the Rams. John Heald, Beaver guard, is shown at the extreme right. Coming up through the fog in the center background are Bob Graf (31) and Jim Cartwright, both members of the Rams. The contest ended in a deadlock, 6 to 6.

Tappan students Konrad Matthaei, Anne Waterman and William Godfrey explain Easter symbols during school assembly, April 1944

Tappan students Konrad Matthaei, Anne Waterman and William Godfrey explain Easter symbols during school assembly, April 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 8, 1944
Caption
SYMBOLS OF EASTER EXPLAINED: Tappan school puils gleaned insight into the meaning of such various Easter symbols as are shown here during an assembly program on the subject. Costumed narrators who explained the various symbols were, left to right, Konrad Matthaei, Anne Waterman and William Godfrey.

Tappan Junior High Students Conduct Nutrition Study With Rats, February 1961

Tappan Junior High Students Conduct Nutrition Study With Rats, February 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 16, 1961
Caption
REDUCING RODENTS: Mrs. Doris Taylor's home economics class at Tappan Junior High School is conducting a nutrition study through the use of rats and cafeteria food. Three kinds of food are being served the rats - a soft drink and potato chips, school lunch food with milk and school lunch food with water. The soft drink and chips-fed rats are growing weak and are expected to die. Looking at the rodents for signs of ill health are (left to right) Margo Stipe, Marilyn Martin and Sally Hogg.