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Cat With Michigan "M" On Its Head, November 1964

Cat With Michigan "M" On Its Head, November 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 27, 1964
Caption
M(eow) Booster: The "M" marking on the forehead of this cat owned by Mr. and Mrs. William R. Fleming, 1936 Pontiac St., is being looked upon by family and friends as clear indication of a University athletic booster. The marking drew increased comment as Michigan's football squad marched through a highly successful season to take the Big Ten crown and a Rose Bowl bid, Mrs. Fleming said.

Mary and Barbara Fidler with free kittens at the Farmers Market, August 1969

Mary and Barbara Fidler with free kittens at the Farmers Market, August 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 30, 1969
Caption
Prospective Customer Little Monny Chochran (right) sure would like one of those "free kittens." The son of Mr. and Mrs. Moncrieff M. Cochran, 436 S. Fourth Ave., he was on hand this morning for the give-away at Farmers Market. Mary Fidler (left) and her sister Barbara came to market with four kittens. In five minutes, they had found homes for two of the animals. The girls are the daughters of Mrs. Edwina Fidler, 1505 Morton. (Ann Arbor News Photo by Jack Stubbs)

Mrs. Keith More and Children Cut Asparagus, May 1962

Mrs. Keith More and Children Cut Asparagus, May 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 31, 1962
Caption
Roy (left) and Jeffrey More pick out the choice stalks of asparagus for their mother, Mrs. Keith A. More, to cut for their daddy's supper. The garden is one of the Mores' many family projects, which including building their home at 1211 Hogback Rd. and raising a litter of kittens.

Cat in Books

Cat in Books image

Cat in Books

Cat in Books image

Cat in Books

Cat in Books image

Ethan Friedman plans to give his tooth to science, January 1965

Ethan Friedman plans to give his tooth to science, January 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 14, 1965
Caption
'I'm Giving My Tooth To Science': Both 6-year-old Ethan Friedman and "Jessie" the cat agree that Ethan's loose tooth should be donated to "Operation Tooth." A tug on the ribbon by either will send the baby tooth to the research project on radioactive material in which the Ann Arbor Women for Peace are participating. Ethan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe P. Friedman of East Stadium Boulevard. A goal of 1,000 teeth has been set.

Merida Hobart (& George) - Future Bride of Robert Crane Garretson, November 1940

Merida Hobart (& George) - Future Bride of Robert Crane Garretson, November 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 26, 1940
Caption
TO BE BRIDE IN DECEMBER: The betrothal of Merida Hobart of Minerva Rd. and Robert Crane Garretson of Buffalo, N. Y., has been announced by Miss Hobart's parents, Prof. and Mrs. Dean E. Hobart of Minerva Rd. The wedding is to take place in December. Miss Hobart's velvet dress of grape wine red made an effective background in the picture above for her big Persian cat, George, but the latter did not appear to appreciate the artistic features of posing with his mistress.