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South Lyon Students Molly Arms & Carole Vonberge Wait For Their Event At A Track Meet Against Brighton High School, May 1984

South Lyon Students Molly Arms & Carole Vonberge Wait For Their Event At A Track Meet Against Brighton High School, May 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 4, 1984
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TUNING UP - South Lyon's Carole Vonberge, right, catches some tunes on her walkman while awaiting her event Thursday with teammate Molly Arms. Unfortunately for the Lions, the afternoon ended on a losing note, Brighton prevailing in the dual meet at South Lyon. See D3 for a complete roundup of Thursday's high school action.

South Lyon's Mike Case Jumps Hurdles At A Track Meet Against Brighton High School, May 1984

South Lyon's Mike Case Jumps Hurdles At A Track Meet Against Brighton High School, May 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 4, 1984
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GETTING THE JUMP - South Lyon's Mike Case cruises through his heat in the 120-yard hurdles Thursday in a dual meet won by Brighton. See D3 for a complete roundup of Thursday's prep action.

Arista & Zachary Metler Create Artwork At Ypsilanti's "Spring '84" Celebration, May 1984

Arista & Zachary Metler Create Artwork At Ypsilanti's "Spring '84" Celebration, May 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1984
Caption
MAY DAY - It may have been a few days after the rest of the world celebrated May Day, but children helped deck out a maypole in Ypsilanti on Saturday with colorful drawings. Pictured here are Arista and Zachary Metler, whose work was to be attached to the pole. The painting session was held at the Ypsilanti Farmer's Market in Depot Town. It was part of a "Spring '84" celebration, co-hosted by Depot Town Association and the market.

Construction Trailers Hint At The Upcoming Construction Of Tally Hall, May 1984

Construction Trailers Hint At The Upcoming Construction Of Tally Hall, May 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1984
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Construction trailers on Washington Street are one sign that formal groundbreaking is nearing for the $10 million Tally Hall project. The two-story mall and market place will be topped by a six-story parking structure.