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Mary Frances Greschke & Mary Jane Courtright Perform At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939

Mary Frances Greschke & Mary Jane Courtright Perform At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1939
Caption
GAVE FANCY SKATING EXHIBITION: Miss Mary Frances Greschke and Miss Betty Jane Courtright are shown above executing one of the manuevers in their figure skating exhibition put on Saturday at Wines Field. In the above picture Miss Greschke is in front.

Nancy Upson Competes At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939

Nancy Upson Competes At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1939
Caption
WON FIGURE SKATING TITLE: Although ice conditions were far from being satisfactory for the figure skaters in the city skating carnival at Wines Field Saturday, Miss Nancy Upson, shown above, won the novice title in the competition for girls.

Young Spectator At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939

Young Spectator At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1939
Caption
DISINTERESTED: This youngster watching the city skating carnival at Wines Field Saturday was well bundled and yet doesn't appear to be getting much of a kick out of the meet.

Roger Maugh (Ann Arbor), Jerry Embury (Battle Creek), & Jim Bonney (Jackson) - Winners Of Pole Vaulting In Five-A League High School Track Championship, May 1950

Roger Maugh (Ann Arbor), Jerry Embury (Battle Creek), & Jim Bonney (Jackson) - Winners Of Pole Vaulting In Five-A League High School Track Championship, May 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 22, 1950
Caption
THREE OF STATE'S BEST IN POLE VAULT: This trio of Five-A League stick jumpers should do well in Saturday's state Class A track championship meet at Michigan State College. All are capable of 12-foot leaps. From left to right are Ann Arbor High's Roger Maugh, Battle Creek's Jerry Embury and Jackson's Jim Bonney. They finished in that order in Saturday's Five-A League championships at Wines Field with Maugh going 12 feet, one inch for a new league record.

Children in the Wines Field neighborhood stage a parade to kick off the summer recreation program, June 1953

Children in the Wines Field neighborhood stage a parade to kick off the summer recreation program, June 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1953
Caption
SUMMER PROGRAM OFF WITH A BANG: Heralding the start of the summer recreation program this week at the city's parks and playgrounds, children in the Wines Field neighborhood staged a parade yesterday under direction of playground supervisors. Bikes and tricycles were decorated, some new costumes appeared and some from last Halloween came out of the trunks.

Teen Hockey Players Dress For Their Games In Wines Fieldhouse Locker Room, February 1953

Teen Hockey Players Dress For Their Games In Wines Fieldhouse Locker Room, February 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1953
Caption
GETTING READY FOR HOCKEY ACTION: Through the co-operation of Ann Arbor's School Board, Amateur Hockey Association teams are permitted to use the Wines Field lockerhouse dressing rooms in getting ready for their games at the Michigan Ice Rink. Here, left to right, Mike Brown (Rangers), and Jim Holliday and Dick Audritsh (Red Wings) prepare for their respective games. Both teams were doomed to disappointment as each was defeated an hour after this picture was made.

Teen Hockey Players Outside Wines Fieldhouse Locker Room, February 1953

Teen Hockey Players Outside Wines Fieldhouse Locker Room, February 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1953
Caption
READY FOR HOCKEY ACTION: Hockey competition, rather than street running, occupies the attention of this trio of teenagers - and more than 100 other Ann Arbor boys - thanks to the program sponsored here by the Ann Arbor Amateur Hockey Association. From left to right are John Kenne, Jim Tibbetts, and Fred Hallett. They are standing at the door of the Wines Fieldhouse locker room before heading across the street to the ice rink.