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Ice Skater Mickey Brown and Irma Barnard, January 1948

Ice Skater Mickey Brown and Irma Barnard, January 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 9, 1948
Caption
Mickey Brown, Plymouth, holds Ann Arbor’s national roller-skating champion, Miss Irma Barnard, 1943 Jackson Ave., aloft in one of their ice-skating maneuvers. The pair will put on an exhibition before Michigan’s hockey games here tonight and Saturday night. Holder of the national novice mixed pairs roller championship with Douglas Milne, Detroit, the 23-year-old Miss Barnard is now mixing ice skating and roller skating. She calls Brown, her new 17-year-old partner, “a natural” in both sports.

"Pony Line" at the Ann Arbor Skating Club, March 1948

"Pony Line" at the Ann Arbor Skating Club, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1968
Caption
(From "Ann Arbor Yesterdays, March 18, 1968: More than 100 members of the Ann Arbor Junior and Senior Figure Skating Clubs and the University Skating Club are presenting the sixth edition of "Melody on Ice," a figure skating extravaganza, at the Michigan Ice Rink) Marjory Ann Johnston, Nany Louise Gillespie, Martha K. Fralick, Susan Bigby, Judy Kaye Neff, Peggy J. Goetz, Carol Porter, and Penny Ann Moore (from left) help make the Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club's sixth annual show a roaring success.

Several dwelling units in the University of Michigan's Veterans Village near the Coliseum, August 1949

Several dwelling units in the University of Michigan's Veterans Village near the Coliseum, August 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 30, 1949
Caption
Seven of these "collapsible" dwelling units, wartime landmarks of Veterans Village, emergency housing project near the University's Coliseum, are slated for removal to make room for planned additions to the Coliseum. Professional wreckers will take over the salvaging of furnishings and materials from the dwellings. Occupants already have moved to quarters either outside the project or in other units which will not be disturbed by the addition to the University building, which houses the U-M ice-skating rink.