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Day
27
Month
August
Year
1968
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Ann Arbor Team Wins State Class B Softball Championship, September 1969

Ann Arbor Team Wins State Class B Softball Championship, September 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 3, 1969
Caption
Ann Arbor Geisler Plumbing retained its State class B softball championship, won for the first time a year ago, with four straight victories over the Labor Day weekend. Members of the 1969 championship team are, from row, from left, Nick Kellum, Henry Lansky, Lyle Laidlaw, Doug Horning, and Jess Kauffman. In second row, again from left, are Don Horning, Duane Black, Jack Briegel, Dave Hirth, Gary Downer, Dick Dehn, Jim Bennett, Manager Bill Neff, Jim Strong, Dick Leonard (Geisler vice-president), and Jim Kruse.

Pioneer High School Track Team, June 1969

Pioneer High School Track Team, June 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 1, 1969
Caption
Joining the News Honor Roll of Champions after its six-A League and Belleville Regional championships is the Pioneer High track team, undefeated in seven dual meet starts. In foreground, flanking the Class A regional and Albion Innovational runner up trophies are Russ Kennedy, left, and Edd Fetters while in first row are Brad Fienberg, Walter Hill, Bob Heinonen, Lincoln Schoch, Tom Olencki, Don Newman, Dick Evans, Skip Burck, Palmer Schoch, and Maurice Reece. Second Row, again from left, are Bill Twining, Fred Crawford, Dan Bertos, Paul Gibson, Don Johnson, Garrion Campbell, Mike Bridge, Cliff Slay, Cornell Kirkland, and Don Blanchard, head coach. Third row, Nick Kellum, assistant coach, Pete Murtaugh, Dave Curby, Phil Schneeberger, Mickey Smith, Tim Bender, Ricky Mial, Bruce Robinson, Mark Lohela, Mike Vaal, and manager Eric Johnston. In fourth row, also from left, are Don Cristoff, Ben Davis, Rick Pink, Bob Hartwell, Tom Coates, Dave Downey, Carlton Davis, Jim Kuchera, Mike Hicks, Roozbeh Kahalili, Greg Bairnsdale, and Bob Jones. Missing is assistant coach Don Sleeman.