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Ellen Moore, of Tappan Junior High School, with her winning entry, April 1960

Ellen Moore, of Tappan Junior High School, with her winning entry, April 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 11, 1960
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First place girl, junior division: Ellen Moore of Tappan Junior High School, April 1960

Don Cramer, of Ypsilanti, with his winning wheelless transportation device, at the Science Fair, April 1960

Don Cramer, of Ypsilanti, with his winning wheelless transportation device, at the Science Fair, April 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 11, 1960
Caption
WHEELLESS TRANSPORTATION: Don Cramer, 14-year-old ninth-grade student at East Junior High School in Ypsilanti, demonstrates a device involving wheelless transportation during the Southeastern Michigan Science Fair over the weekend in Ann Arbor. The device is suspended and moves on a narrow cushion of air. His entry--"The Ground Effect--Wheelless Transportation"--won a second prize in the overall Senior Division and a first place in the engineering category of that division. Don is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Cramer of 316 Garland Ave. Several area students were cited.

Ann Arbor High School senior, Jan A. Van den Broek, with his experimental ultrasonic generator, January 1961

Ann Arbor High School senior, Jan A. Van den Broek, with his experimental ultrasonic generator, January 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1961
Caption
WINS HONORS: Jan A. Van den Broek, 17-year-old Ann Arbor High School senior, was named to the honors group in the 20th Annual Science Talent Search for a paper he wrote on "An Experimental Ultrasonic Generator." He also took a three-hour science examination. Here, Jan looks over the generator he built in the high school electronics laboratory. He is one of seven high school seniors in the state named to the honors group in the talent search sponsored by Westinghouse Corp.