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Neil Sendler Is Bound By Chains At The ROTC Spook House, October 1975

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Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1975
Caption
Neil Sendler (left) is bound by chains and Margaret Shuff stirs a witch's brew at a spook house being put on by the ROTC programs at the U-M. And what better place to hold a spook house than an old morgue? The spook house is being staged in the basement of North Hall on campus in what used to be a morgue when the building was part of the University Hospital complex. The spook house continues through tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. Donations are being sent to UNICEF. (Ann Arbor News Photos by Richard Walker)

Margaret Shuff Stirs A Witch's Brew At The ROTC Spook House, October 1975

Margaret Shuff Stirs A Witch's Brew At The ROTC Spook House, October 1975 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1975
Caption
Neil Sendler (left) is bound by chains and Margaret Shuff stirs a witch's brew at a spook house being put on by the ROTC programs at the U-M. And what better place to hold a spook house than an old morgue? The spook house is being staged in the basement of North Hall on campus in what used to be a morgue when the building was part of the University Hospital complex. The spook house continues through tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. Donations are being sent to UNICEF. (Ann Arbor News Photos by Richard Walker)

Matador Guided Missile On Display In Front Of North Hall, October 27, 1955

Matador Guided Missile On Display In Front Of North Hall, October 27, 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1955
Caption
Guided Missile Shown Here: On display in front of North Hall on the University campus is this Matador guided missile from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base at Dayton, O. Using the same jet engine employed in the F-80 fighter plane, the Matador has a maximum speed of more than 650 miles per hour an dis controlled electronically by a pilot on the ground. The surface-to-surface missile, costing about $250,000 is on display for instruction of Air Force ROTC students. It is designed to carry an atomic warhead.

U Officials Confer On ROTC Break-In

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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
September
Year
1969
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