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Aerial Photograph of Ferry Field, University of Michigan, March 1956

Aerial Photograph of Ferry Field, University of Michigan, March 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 23, 1956
Caption
Ferry Field Landscape is Changing: This air view of the northeast corner of Ferry Field shows some of the new construction added to the Michigan Athletic plant. At the extreme northeast corner is the new ticket and administration building. To its left is the unfinished new swimming pool. The old administration building along State St. is shown and now has been taken over by the intramural department. The intramural building is shown in the center with the Old Ferry Field gridiron still looking trim. Beyond the intramural building are a few tennis courts. Bottom center is shown the old concrete stands and lower center is the baseball stands and part of the diamond where Coach Ray Fisher's boys will be cavorting soon. The roof of the Yost Fieldhouse is shown lower right. Quite a lot of money has been invested in this athletic plant as pictured here.

Gladiolas Show, Ann Arbor, August 1947

Gladiolas Show, Ann Arbor, August 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1947
Caption
Win Top Gladiolus Honors: These six gladiolus won honors at the Michigan Gladiolus Society Exhibition held Saturday and Sunday in the Intramural Sports Building. Left to right, they are: the novice winner, a Praetoria grown by J. Elmer Schmidt of Auburn, Mich.; the American Home Achievement award winner, exhibited by Prof. and Mrs. C. F. Kuhn of Detroit; the reserve champion, an orange-red gladiolus flown 2,500 miles from Vancouver, British Columbia, by Milton Jack of Hatzie; the white single-spike open glass winner and grand champion, a Leading Lady, grown by Lester Taylor of Bay City; the three-spike champion from Jensen's Fruit and Flower Farm, Gary, Ind.; and the best seedling, exhibited by George V. Snyder of Clawson, Mich.

Gladiolas Show, Ann Arbor, August 1947

Gladiolas Show, Ann Arbor, August 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1947
Caption
Yellow gladiolus arranged in a square bowl with Chinese figures won first place honors in the modernistic bowl arrangement class in the Michigan Gladiolus Society exhibition held Saturday and Sunday in the Intramural Sports Building. Miss Virginia Schumacher of Martin Pl. received the blue ribbon for her entry.