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UM Students From Turkey In Engineering Class, December 1943

UM Students From Turkey In Engineering Class, December 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 24, 1943
Caption
Turkey sent nine students to the University this year to join three others already studying in the engineering school. Here Prof. Hugh E. Keeler points out characteristics of a motor to two of the 12. Nuh Ergeneman and Mehmet Gokman, in a shop of the West Engineering building.

St. Paul's Lutheran Church Safety Patrol, April 1937

St. Paul's Lutheran Church Safety Patrol, April 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 5, 1937
Caption
Members of the patrol: from left to right, top row, Robert Martins, Capt. Nelson Ziesemer, Carl Brauer; third row, William Britton, Robert Steward and Neil Eschelbach; second row, Robert Hiser, Kenneth Waltz and Bruce Alber; and first row, Charles Gerstler.

St. Paul's Safety Patrol Aids Children On Sundays, April 1937

St. Paul's Safety Patrol Aids Children On Sundays, April 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 5, 1937
Caption
Members of the newly-organized safety patrol of St. Paul's Lutheran church do duty at the Sunday services. William Britton is shown escorting Mary Lou Walters (left) and Judy Walters across the street.

Young Swimmers Relax Outside The Dilapidated Bathhouse At Ann Arbor Municipal Beach, June 1940

Young Swimmers Relax Outside The Dilapidated Bathhouse At Ann Arbor Municipal Beach, June 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 13, 1940
Caption
RICKETY BATHHOUSE IS POPULAR: Although it gives the appearance of threatening to collapse in the face of a stiff wind, the "leaning" bathhouse at the municipal beach still accommodates hundreds of swimmers each day during the hot summer months.

Award-Winning "Let's Play" With Her Trainer Don Webb, September 1939

Award-Winning "Let's Play" With Her Trainer Don Webb, September 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1939
Caption
ANN ARBOR DOG WINS FIRST PRIZE: This 11-month-old cocker spaniel, "Let's Play" won first place in the American bred black female class at the dog show sponsored by the Jaxon Kennel Club of Jackson. Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Ristine, 580 Allison Dr., Ann Arbor, the dog was shown by Don Webb of Ypsilanti (above), handler and trainer. Let's Play was sired by Rennard's First Chance of Plymouth, and her dam is Lady In Red VI, owned by the Ristines.

Gauss Baking Company's New Mixer Crashes, May 1944

Gauss Baking Company's New Mixer Crashes, May 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 10, 1944
Caption
CRANE BREAKS, DROPS 13,500 POUND MIXER: A new, electric dough mixer weighing nearly seven tons fell two stories Monday night when a crane, being used to hoist the new equipment to the second floor of the Gauss Baking Co., 300 Hill St., collapsed and dropped the mixer to the ground. The crane and mixer appear above. No one was injured in the accident, but the mixer, the building and the crane were damaged.