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Harry Bliss - Drummer For 50 Years, October 1953

Harry Bliss - Drummer For 50 Years, October 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1953
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Taking what the profession refers to as a "hot riff" is Harry Bliss, Ann Arbor drummer who has been in the business for 50 years. Bliss says today's music is not much different than when he began drumming, though the equipment is better.

Duaine V. Warner

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24
Month
August
Year
1943
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Ann Arbor's Moose Lodge Drill Team, September 1946

Ann Arbor's Moose Lodge Drill Team, September 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 24, 1946
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WIN NATIONAL MOOSE HONORS: Members of the drill team of Ann Arbor's Moose lodge, already proud of having won first place honors in the Moose state competition earlier this summer, have received further recognition with the announcement that the team has been selected second-place winner of national competition held in Chicago in August. Team members shown in the back row above are from left to right: George Hager, the team's coach: Floyd Routson, William Goings and John Fontana. In the front row are Frank Lange, Loren Bement, Gordon Packard, Louis Koebnick and Leo Wood.

Contractor William Eddy Dies At 77

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Parent Issue
Day
6
Month
May
Year
1969
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Eddy, William F.

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5
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May
Year
1969
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Fields, Curtis Elton

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23
Month
March
Year
1970
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Janice Dusseau

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29
Month
October
Year
1982
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Moose Sportsmen Trapshooting, September 1965 Photographer: Doug Fulton

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1965
Caption
Trapshooters' 'Iron Mike' Pitching machines, universally tabbed "Iron Mikes," save wear and tear on players' arms during baseball batting practice. Trapshooters, too, have their "Iron Mikes" to toss out clay pigeons when target work is the order of the day. This is the one used by members of the Ann Arbor Moose Lodge's 200-man Sportsman's League.

Moose Sportsmen Trapshooting, September 1965 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Moose Sportsmen Trapshooting, September 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1965
Caption
Splatter! Jess New of the Moose Lodge's Sportsmen's League breaks a clay pigeon into hundreds of pieces during practice session.