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George Jayne, Roger Maugh, & Bob Fowler - Ann Arbor High School Track Team, April 1950

George Jayne, Roger Maugh, & Bob Fowler - Ann Arbor High School Track Team, April 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1950
Caption
PIONEERS' MAIN HOPES IN ROUGE RELAYS: This trio of Ann Arbor High track men may do all right in tonight's River Rouge Relays at Yost Fieldhouse. From left to right are Miler George Jayne, Pole Vaulter Roger Maugh and Bob Fowler, dash man and low hurdler. Final events in today's big meet, which has attracted more than 1,000 athletes from 83 high schools, will begin at 7 o'clock tonight.

Ann Arbor High School Track Standouts, May 1950

Ann Arbor High School Track Standouts, May 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1950
Caption
NO CURBING THEIR TRACK TALENTS: These seven Ann Arbor High thinclads have been playing an active part in the Pioneers' perfect-record dual meet season this year. They are, left to right, Roger Maugh, George Jayne, Bill Newman, Fred Adams, Capt. Bob Fowler, Vern Nixon and Prenty Ware. Coach Tim Ryan's team has won 11 straight dual meets this season to add to a string that has now grown to 26 in a row over three seasons.

Ann Arbor High School Students Prepare Christmas Baskets For Needy, December 1949

Ann Arbor High School Students Prepare Christmas Baskets For Needy, December 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 22, 1949
Caption
High School Students Prepare Christmas Baskets: Ann Arbor High School students, working in home room units, collected food for 38 Christmas baskets for needy families. Robert E. Morrison of 404 N. Ashley St., George A. Jayne of 67919 Eight Mile Rd., Barbara Willoughby of 253 Crest Ave., Jerry G. Fowler of 617 W. Liberty St., and Neil Remnant of 554 Fourth St. (left to right), members of the committee sponsoring the collection, were pictured today with the results of the drive. Money to buy meat, butter, eggs, and other perishables will be included in the baskets, which will be distributed by the Christmas Bureau. The students bought the food with the money they customarily use for decorating their home rooms for the holiday.