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Jesse Campbell, Ann Arbor High School, Clears The High Jump In Regional Track Meet, May 1960 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Jesse Campbell, Ann Arbor High School, Clears The High Jump In Regional Track Meet, May 1960 image
Year:
1960
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, May 16, 1960
Caption:
UP AND OVER: Ann Arbor High's Jesse Campbell, who will be a co-defender of the state high-jump championship at Ferry Field Saturday, gets up and over with little to spare en route to Regional Meet victory. Ann Arbor High Teacher Don Schultz, the high-jump judge, watches the leap carefully. Campbell won at 6 feet 1/2 inch.

John Cartwright - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

John Cartwright - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1950
Caption:
PREP GRID CAREER NEARING END: One of the several seniors on Ann Arbor High's unbeaten football team, lanky John Cartwright, an end who plays both offense and defense, has two more games of high school football. It took considerable perseverance on Cartwright's part to continue the grid sport after he received a serious back injury a year ago. Hours of special exercises went into his come-back effort. This fall he's scored a touchdown and had a helping hand in setting up several others.

Mike Rodriguez - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Mike Rodriguez - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1950
Caption:
NEARING END OF PREP GRID CAREER: Fiery Mike Rodriguez, sparkplug of Ann Arbor High's speedy backfield, will play his final scholastic football game at Jackson Friday night. Although he missed two games and parts of others because of an early-season injury, Rodriguez is third among Pioneer point-producers with five touchdowns, just one less than Bob Randall and Prenty Ware each has made.

Dick Chatters, Ann Arbor High School Football Team Captain, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Dick Chatters, Ann Arbor High School Football Team Captain, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 19, 1950
Caption:
HAS TEAM SHOOTING FOR ANOTHER LEAGUE CROWN: Here is Ann Arbor High's football captain, Dick Chatters, an outstanding guard who has done a fine job of leading the Pioneers on the field this fall. He and his teammates will be at Lansing tomorrow for a Five-A League tilt with Eastern.

Prenty Ware - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Prenty Ware - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 6, 1950
Caption:
WILL HE RAMBLE TONIGHT? Speedy Prenty Ware, Ann Arbor High's fast-moving left halfback, might gain opportunity to dazzle tonight when the Pioneers will open defense of their Five-A League crown by playing host to Lansing Sexton on Wines Field. Ware, a junior, can really move in an open field.

Phil Saka, Al Jesperson, Chandler Hadley, Doug Nordman - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Phil Saka, Al Jesperson, Chandler Hadley, Doug Nordman - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1950
Caption:
UNSUNG HEROES AS PIONEERS ROLL ALONG: Always in football the backs get the publicity and the linemen and defense specialists are often largely ignored. Here's a trio of unpublicized Ann Arbor High gridders who have had much to do with the Pioneers' success in football. From left to right are Center Al Jesperson, Tackle Chandler Hadley, and Center Doug Nordman. All specialize on defense.

Bob Weber - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Bob Weber - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, September 26, 1950
Caption:
CAN'T WAIT TO GET AT 'EM: Rough and ready Bob Weber, Ann Arbor High's hard-charging defensive guard whose dad, loquacious Wally Weber, earned football fame as a Michigan fullback great prior to acceptance of the Wolverine coaching duties he now performs, had a quick answer when his father asked him why he didn't go out for the more glamorous backfield positions instead of the line. "I'd rather be up front where I can get at 'em quicker," young Weber told his father. He'll be getting at 'em quickly again Friday night when Ann Arbor High plays Ferndale Lincoln at Ferndale.

Jim Love - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Jim Love - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, September 15, 1950
Caption:
WILL BE BUSY UP FRONT TONIGHT: Guard Jim Love, a returning letterman, will be in there plenty tonight when Ann Arbor High opens the local football season by playing host to Toledo Scott on Wines Field.

Candidates For Starting Quarterback - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Candidates For Starting Quarterback - Ann Arbor High School Football Team, September 1950 image
Year:
1950
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, September 12, 1950
Caption:
WHO'LL GET STARTING NOD FOR PIONEERS FRIDAY NIGHT? From this quartet of signal-callers, Coach Hank Fonde will pick his starting quarterback for Friday night's local football opener with Toledo Scott. From left to right are Don O'Hara, Kent Pickard, Harold Shilling and Bud Parks. At present, Parks, a letterman, seems to have a slight edge.