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Edwards Brothers Girls' City Softball Champions, 1937

Edwards Brothers Girls' City Softball Champions, 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1937
Caption
PLAY IN STATE TOURNAMENT TODAY: Edwards Brothers, who won the girls' city softball championship recently, will compete in the state tournament at Lansing today against the Remington Rand ten of Benton Harbor. If victorious today, Edwards will swing into action again Sunday afternoon at Ranney park against the survivor of games between three teams, Peter Pan of Lansing, Mutal Drugs of Niles, and Holt Recorders. The contest will start at 1 o'clock. Standing in the above picture, left to right, are Coach Tommy Ingram, Hazel Engels, Mildred Smith, Ruth Carstens, Lorreta Schlimmer, Esther Carstens, Evelyn Barnes, Helen Hickey, Helen Pegan and Coach Ned Hickey. Seated are Dorothy Pickard, Helen Carman, Lucille Stierle, Mary Pegan, Clarice Lytle and Nadenna Schmidt.

Pfeiffer Beer Girls Softball Team, June 1938

Pfeiffer Beer Girls Softball Team, June 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 2, 1938
Caption
MEET STATE CHAMPIONS TONIGHT: Shown above is the Pfeiffer Beer team of Ann Arbor that will oppose the Lansing Vans under the lights at Wines Field tonight in a game starting at 8:30. The Lansing team won the state girls' softball title last season, but the Ann Arbor team has divided two games with the champions this season. Lansing won the first game, 16 to 10 with Ann Arbor taking the second contest, 8 to 4. Back row, left to right: Manager Karl Horning; Jane Gochis, outfielder; Amber Stump, outfielder; Mary Ann Bradshaw, third baseman; Kate Wares, pitcher; Irene Kapp, first baseman; Mickey April, outfielder, Livia Bartolacci, catcher; Walter Horning, coach. Front row: Betty Yahr, outfielder; Clarice Lytle, pitcher; Eleanor Murray, infielder; Mildred Gagalis, outfielder; Mary Dobranski, outfielder; Bessie Gagalis, shortstop and pitcher; Dexa Coryell, catcher; Ruth Mitchell, second baseman.

Clarice Lytle With Fish, July 1939

Clarice Lytle With Fish, July 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 8, 1939
Caption
A PRETTY MESS of fish from Leelanau lake. Clarice Lytle of Traver rd., was among the first to return from the north with a fine catch. The largest of this mess weighed 4 1/2 pounds and the smallest 2 pounds.

Varsity Laundry Bowling Team Heads To Chicago Tournament, 1937

Varsity Laundry Bowling Team Heads To Chicago Tournament, 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 13, 1937
Caption
Will Bowl In Chicago Tourney: These six girls will journey to Chicago Sunday to try their luck in the tournament being conducted by the Chicago American. In the picture, front row, left to right, are Laura Egeler, Clarice Lytle, captain Edna Schaadt. In the back row are Mary Alice Mercier, Laurette Egeler and Leola Stoner. The team is sponsored by the Varsity Laundry.