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Marcella Cisney, Gail Rector, & Robert Schnitzer In The Lobby Of The New Power Center For The Performing Arts, October 1971

Marcella Cisney, Gail Rector, & Robert Schnitzer In The Lobby Of The New Power Center For The Performing Arts, October 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1971
Caption
Three of the people in Ann Arbor most affected by and excited with the opening two days now of the new Power Center for the Performing Arts stand in the center's spacious lobby alongside one of two spiral staircases there. They are (left to right) Marcella Cisney, artistic director of the University Professional Theater Program; Gail W. Rector, president of the University Musical Society; and Robert C. Schnitzer, executive director of the PTP. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Jack Stubbs)

News Photographer Jack Stubbs Captures His Own Image Reflected In A Dressing Room Of The New Power Center For The Performing Arts, October 1971

News Photographer Jack Stubbs Captures His Own Image Reflected In A Dressing Room Of The New Power Center For The Performing Arts, October 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1971
Caption
The University's new Power Center for the Performing Arts is a major production in itself. An arrangement of dressing room mirrors and lights enabled News photographer Jack Stubbs not only to cast himself in a picture he was taking, but also to obtain the unusual photograph above.

Shemy Schembechler Presents A Gift To Eunice Yost On Her 93rd Birthday, October 1973

Shemy Schembechler Presents A Gift To Eunice Yost On Her 93rd Birthday, October 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 5, 1973
Caption
College football in general, and Michigan football in particular, have few names as meaningful as Yost and Schembechler and the two families were together on the occasion of Mrs. Fielding H. Yost's 93rd birthday. Shemy, four years old and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bo Schembechler, presents a gift to the widow of the late coach whose Michigan teams from 1901 through 1926 won 165 games, lost just 29 and tied 12. Others who helped Mrs. Yost celebrate are Mrs. Don Lund (left), wife of the Michigan associate athletic director; Mrs. Ray Fisher (second from right), wife of the former Michigan baseball coach, and Mrs. Schembechler. (News Photo By Jack Stubbs).