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Ann Arbor High School's Five-A League Champion Football Team, November 1951

Ann Arbor High School's Five-A League Champion Football Team, November 1951 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 8, 1951
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CHAMPS SIT FOR A SQUAD PICTURE: Ann Arbor High's Five-A League football champions concluded business for 1951 yesterday by sitting for the official squad picture and naming a new captain and a most valuable player. End Marv Baker, who scored five touchdowns and kicked one extra point, will succeed another flanker, Jim Cartwright to the captaincy. Line-Backer Doug Nordman, key man in a Pioneer defense that shut out five opponents in eight games, was named most valuable player and will have his name engraved on the Bill Ball Trophy. Here are the champs with the letter-L-following names of the 36 recommended for varsity letters: Bottom row, left to right: Ernie McCoy (L), Jack Lichty (L), John Heald (L), George Hartman (L), Bob Barr (L), Brian Fingerle (L), Harold Shilling (L), Bill Walz (L), and Doug Nordman (L). Second row: End Coach Frank Kline, Dick Zill (L), Sheridan Springer (L), Al Jesperson (L), Marvin Fraker (L), Capt. Cartwright (L), Chuck Featherly (L), Prenty Ware (L), Paul Uhlendorf (L), Art Hughes (L). Third row: Coach Hank Fonde, Coleman Jewett, Doug Bock (L), John Smith (L), Capt.-Elect Baker (L), Ned Jones (L), Tom Sibert (L), Hugh Correll (L), Duane Calvert (L), and Chris Toshcoff (L). Fourth row: Line Coach Don Dufek, John Batsakes (L), George Pullen (L), Harry Shore (L), John Kagay (L), Bob Parker, Jim Meyer (L), Bob St. Clair (L), Dick Sleet (L), and Bill Royce. Top row: Manager Bob Creel, Manager Wilbur Shilling, Joe Bone, Tom Couper, Bill Adams, Bill Green (L), Garth Rowland (L), Manager Dick Alstrom, and Manager Morton Hirshman. Missing from the picture are Bob Mattis (L), and Don Hakala.

Former Pioneer Coach Steps Down

Former Pioneer Coach Steps Down image
Parent Issue
Day
4
Month
July
Year
1963
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Ann Arbor High Dedicates Record Board to Former Track and Field Coach Tim Ryan, July 1966

Ann Arbor High Dedicates Record Board to Former Track and Field Coach Tim Ryan, July 1966 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 6, 1966
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Former Track Coach Honored: Tim Ryan (center), Ann Arbor High track coach who served the school for 38 years from 1926 to 1964, looks over the recently placed record board dedicated in his honor. Ryan coached several of the finest cinder squads in Michigan prep history and during the late 40's and early 50's compiled an amazing record of 45 victories in 46 dual meets. At left is Frank Kline, Ann Arbor High athletic director, and at right is Jim Love, the present track coach who succeeded Ryan in 1964. The board bears the name Pioneer High as a result of the Board of Education's decision to rename Ann Arbor High in view of the planned construction of a second high school which will be named Huron High.

Chuck Ritter Will Direct Pioneers

Chuck Ritter Will Direct Pioneers image
Parent Issue
Day
27
Month
April
Year
1957
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