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Catherine Sanders and Ella Ford, Women's Junior Tennis, July 1937

Catherine Sanders and Ella Ford, Women's Junior Tennis, July 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 22, 1937
Caption
WILL REPRESENT ANN ARBOR IN STATE TOURNEY: Miss Catherine Sanders, Left, and Miss Ella Ford, right, will represent Ann Arbor in the state novice tennis tournament to be held at Detroit Aug. 7. They won this right by reaching the finals in the All-City novice division of the women's singles. They are certain to give a good account of themselves in the state competition. Miss Sanders won the Ann Arbor title yesterday, by defeating Miss Ford in straight sets. Miss Sanders is also a competitor in the open women's singles, where she has reached the semi-finals. At the left Miss Sanders is shown executing a fore-hand drive from near the back line in her match yesterday. At the right, Miss Ford has brought her back-hand into play in making a return during a volley.

Catherine Sanders, Women's Junior Tennis, July 1937

Catherine Sanders, Women's Junior Tennis, July 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 22, 1937
Caption
At the left Miss Sanders is shown executing a fore-hand drive from near the back line in her match yesterday.

Merida Hobart and Catherine A. Sanders on the Palmer Field tennis courts, June 1937

Merida Hobart and Catherine A. Sanders on the Palmer Field tennis courts, June 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1937
Caption
STAR ON COURTS: Miss Merida Hobart, left, added the University of Michigan women's tennis title to her list of championships recenly when she defeated Miss Catherine A. Sanders, right, in the finals of the annual tournament held at the Palmer Field courts. Miss Hobart is also women's city champion. Miss Sanders defeated a number of strong opponents on her way to the campus finals and made a fine showing against Miss Hobart before losing 6-2; 6-2.

Workers In U-M Underground Tunnels, August 7, 1947

Workers In U-M Underground Tunnels, August 7, 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 7, 1947
Caption
Welding is a hot enough business even on a cool day, but add the smothering temperatures which have visited Ann Arbor this week and you get a job few men would envy. Harold Dapprich of Ypsilanti, the welder in the above picture, isn't quite as warm as you may think, however. He is at work replacing a steam main in the University's underground tunnel system where the temperature is some eight degrees cooler than outside. It's a different story in tunnels leading to the buildings which use steam for cooking or sterilizing purposes. There the temperature gets as high as 120 degrees.