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Children Play Croquet At Burns Park, June 1957

Children Play Croquet At Burns Park, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
Caption
GAME TIME: The croquet game in progress at Burns Park is but one of numerous daily supervised activities being offered to children under a city-wide summer recreation program that ends Aug. 9. Burns Park and Allmendinger and West Parks are supervised daily from 10 a.m. until dark, along with Wines Field and Summit Playground.

Children Play Checkers At Burns Park, June 1957

Children Play Checkers At Burns Park, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
Caption
CHECKER MATES: These youthful checker players and their rooters are among hundreds of school-free children on vacation who took advantage yesterday of supervised summer play at Burns Park, while keeping "cool" beneath shade trees. Games, arts and crafts and other activities are now being offered daily at six city playgrounds.

Students Make Checkerboard in Industrial Education Course at Scarlett Junior High, March 1970

Students Make Checkerboard in Industrial Education Course at Scarlett Junior High, March 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 29, 1970
Caption
Checker Makers Making the checkerboard part of a checker set are these Scarlett Junior High students (from left) Nate Friley, Joe Wilhelmi and Dan Bilich. Supervising is teacher George P. Enot Jr. The American Industry class of Scarlett's seventh grade industrial education course made 24 checker sets recently for use at the school.

The Weiner Family Observes The Start Of Hanukkah, December 1993

The Weiner Family Observes The Start Of Hanukkah, December 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 9, 1993
Caption
The Weiner family plays the children's game of dreidel as they begin the Hanukkah celebration. They are, from left, Tamir Weiner with 3-year-old Elana, Joshua, 5, and Wendy.

Dreidel Game Pieces For Hanukkah, December 1993

Dreidel Game Pieces For Hanukkah, December 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 9, 1993
Caption
Below, each side of the tops used in the traditional game is inscribed with a letter from the Hebrew alphabet.

David Cook Plays At The Ann Arbor Co-Operative Nursery School, January 1955

David Cook Plays At The Ann Arbor Co-Operative Nursery School, January 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 15, 1955
Caption
TRUCK DRIVER OR BUILDER? David Cook finds the block, truck and train corner to his liking during the free-play hour.

The Wilhelmi Children Watch Their Parents, Kay & Vince, Play Cribbage, February 1969

The Wilhelmi Children Watch Their Parents, Kay & Vince, Play Cribbage, February 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1969
Caption
When pairings are made for tonight's quarterfinal competition in the Ann Arbor Recreation Department's Cribbage Tournament, Mr. and Mrs. Vince Wilhelmi could find themselves involved in a struggle to determine who wears the pants in the family - at least around a cribbage board. Glenn Schleicher, tournament director, says they're the first husband and wife team to make the quarterfinals in the history of the tournament. Watching the Wilhelmis tune up are their children (left to right), Joe, Mike, Walter and Leah. The family lives at 2578 Carmel.