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St. Thomas High School Baseball Team, May 1963

St. Thomas High School Baseball Team, May 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1963
Caption
DIAMOND TITLISTS: St. Thomas High's baseball team, the fourth Irish squad to win a championship in the current school year, joins The News Pictorial Honor Roll as winner of the Southwest League title. Front row, left to right, Emmett Byrne, Paul Tramontin, Paul DeShano, Capt. Don Moray, Dave McKenzie, Jim Kennedy and Tom Dyer. Top row, Chris Mast (manager), Joe LeBlanc, Jim Barnes, Tom O'Brien, John McMillan, Mike Giraud, Dave Barbour, Greg Suomala and coach Bernie Ryan. The Irish are now seeking a division title.

Artist Ruby Churchill In Her Studio, November 1961

Artist Ruby Churchill In Her Studio, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 30, 1961
Caption
REFRESHING IMPRESSIONS: Artist Ruby Churchill views a water color she painted of Michigan after she returned from a trip West. The abstract, in tones of green, is the refreshing impression of the state on Mrs. Churchill after traveling through a hot, dry climate. Mrs. Churchill, pictured in the studio of her home at 1704 Hermitage Rd., has exhibited her works extensively throughout the state. She is currently showing at the Scarab Club's 18th Annual Watercolor Exhibition in Detroit, and has several of her older paintings for sale at the Ann Arbor Art Association's annual Christmas sale in the Rackham Galleries.

Anne Bradley Nixon & Casey O'Conner Model Back To School Fashions At The Michigan League Fountain, September 1967

Anne Bradley Nixon & Casey O'Conner Model Back To School Fashions At The Michigan League Fountain, September 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1967
Caption
All set for the start of nursery school are Anne Bradley Nixon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G. Nixon of 1202 Olivia, and Casey O'Conner, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. O'Conner of 2120 Charlton. Bradley, who is enrolled at the First Presbyterian Nursery, wears a red and blue print dress with a center tie under a navy jumper, accented by bright red tights. Pondering his second year at Island Country Day Play School is Casey in corduroy trousers, a cotton turtleneck shirt and a metal-buttoned ski sweater - just like the big kids! The scene is the Michigan League fountain.

Steven O'Neal Models Back To School Fashions On The Diag With Connie & Chris Jahnke, September 1967

Steven O'Neal Models Back To School Fashions On The Diag With Connie & Chris Jahnke, September 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 5, 1967
Caption
Up in the air over his new school outfit is Steven O'Neal, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal of 1615 Pear Street. He wears corduroy pants in the new "thick 'n thin" wale, color-matched with a ribbed turtleneck sweater. Sporting the fall look on the ground are Connie and Chris Jahnke, twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jahnke of 3121 Dexter Road. Connie wears the mini-version of the elongated sweater dress in gold with green edging and the new tassled kilt socks. Her brother is quite the young man in his mid-wale corduroy slacks, and a knit turtleneck shirt with the V-insert effect. Steven will enter second grade at Northside Elementary, while the twins will be second graders at St. Thomas School. The scene is the University's Diagonal on central campus.

Lori O'Neal & Suzanne Conlin Model Back To School Fashions Outside The U Of M Physics-Astronomy Building, September 1967

Lori O'Neal & Suzanne Conlin Model Back To School Fashions Outside The U Of M Physics-Astronomy Building, September 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 6, 1967
Caption
Casual carefree clothes are the choice of fifth graders, Lori O'Neal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal of 1615 Pear Street, and Suzanne Conlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Conlin Jr. of 2228 Medford. They wage a paddle ball contest in front of the University's Physics-Astronomy Building, with Lori in a plaid butterfly pleat dress accented with fishnet stockings. Suzanne selects the ever-popular plaid kilt, with the new twist of the kilt sweater and tassled kilt socks. Lori will attend Northside Elementary School, while Suzanne is a student at St. Francis School.

Kathy White & Keith Smillie Model Back To School Fashions Outside Angell Hall, September 1967

Kathy White & Keith Smillie Model Back To School Fashions Outside Angell Hall, September 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 7, 1967
Caption
Kathy White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. White of 1705 Shadford, practically bowls Keith Smillie over, as she slides down the bannister in front of Angell Hall in a wool jumper which features a plaid top, hip-hugging belt and a culotte-type skirt. She complements it with a gold turtleneck sweater and lace tights. Keith, the son of Dr. and Mrs. John W. Smillie of 1335 Fairlane, sports fine wale corduroy slim-cut levis, a V-neck cable sweater and a reversible nylon and wool jacket. Kathy and Keith will be seventh and eighth graders, respectively, at Tappan Junior High.