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M Gymnasts Go For National Title

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23
Month
March
Year
1970
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President Gerald Ford Has Dinner With Bo Schembechler & Football Players, September 16, 1976

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1976
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President Dines With Wolverines President Ford talks to Wolverines across from him at the Michigan training table Wednesday night. Kirk Lewis, Michigan co-captain, is on one side of the President and Coach Bo Schembechler on the other. That's Wolverine co-captain Calvin O'Neal alongside Schembechler.

Tom & Elyse Harmon Are Greeted By Mr. & Mrs. Hatcher & Mr. & Mrs. Hulcher At The U-M Sesquicentennial Birthday Gala At The Union Ballroom, August 28, 1967

Tom & Elyse Harmon Are Greeted By Mr. & Mrs. Hatcher & Mr. & Mrs. Hulcher At The U-M Sesquicentennial Birthday Gala At The Union Ballroom, August 28, 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 1967
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Greeting Tom Harmon and his wife, Elyse, (center) as they arrived at the Union ballroom for the dinner-dance were (from left) Mrs. Hulcher, President Hatcher, Mrs. Hatcher and Mayor Hulcher. The Mayor later presented keys to the city to the Harmons and the retiring University president and his wife. Harmon, Michigan All-America in 1939 and 1940, spoke during the program following dinner and performed in three films of his famous touchdown runs for the Maize and Blue. A slide presentation, " The University and Ann Arbor through the Years," depicted the close relationship between "town and gown" since the University's founding on August 26, 1817.

Sam Schlecht With His Football Program Collection, October 1961

Sam Schlecht With His Football Program Collection, October 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1961
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COLLECTION'S GROWING: It's a good year for football programs in Ann Arbor, what with Michigan's special "This I Remember" series, and collectors like Sam Schlecht, 1210 Arella Blvd., are appreciative of the fact. Schlecht, office supervisor for the City Water Department, has 340 grid-game programs in his growing pile, the first one going back to the Michigan-Northwestern contest of 1924. Included is at least one example from each bowl game and from many All-Star contests. The one he's holding is the unusual one which was put out for a 1947 game between the University of Hawaii and Michigan State. Hawaii officials, not completely hep to the situation, titled it "The Hawaii-University of Michigan" game, thereby disgusting Spartans and Wolverines alike. What does a program collector do with his loot? "I like to go over different ones from time to time," says Schlecht, "and try to remember the game and players. Then, of course, I begin wondering what's happened to the players since."

Bo To Resign - An Era Ends

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Parent Issue
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13
Month
December
Year
1989
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Images From Bo's Reign

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13
Month
December
Year
1989
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Moeller A Likely Successor As U-M Coach

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Day
13
Month
December
Year
1989
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