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Mary Palmer Is Named Ann Arbor High School's Homecoming Queen, October 1959

Mary Palmer Is Named Ann Arbor High School's Homecoming Queen, October 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1959
Caption
HOMECOMING QUEEN: Ann Arbor High School Homecoming Queen Mary Palmer (center) is congratulated by Dick Adams, captain of the Pioneer football team last year. Mary was named queen during half-time activities at last night's game with Lansing Eastern. Members of the homecoming court stand in the background.

The University of Michigan "Hockettes," February 1960

The University of Michigan "Hockettes," February 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 26, 1960
Caption
THE PRETTIEST FANS: Michigan's hockey team has a big corps of solid fans but the prettiest ones are members of the Hockettes who perform for early comers before many home games. They are scheduled to make their final "hockey" appearance at 7:30 p.m. either Monday or Tuesday, prior to the Michigan-Denver contest here. Chicly uniformed and seriously happy in their performances, the Hockettes -- in their third year under guidance of Professor Richard J. Porter, of the U-M School of Public Health -- also make occasional pre-game appearances in East Lansing. Members of this year's group are Linda Lawrence, Michelle Murphy, Sue Brown, Aprill Krause, Carole Miller, Ann Wilson, Marilyn Gale, Sandra Kerr, Karen Young, Bonnie Wecker, Martha Woodruff, Carol Porter, Edithin Bateman, Penny Moore, Sally Dilno, Nancy Hanks, Liz Seligson, Marry Ann Colvin, Cheryl Miller, Robin Lawrence, Julia Daniel, Alice Leach, Sue Goldberg, Pat Poupare, Peggy Reed, and Marie Menefee.

Peggy Reed Rehearses For Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club 'Melody On Ice' Show, March 1959

Peggy Reed Rehearses For Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club 'Melody On Ice' Show, March 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 10, 1959
Caption
FAST TURN: Peggy Reed makes a fast turn as she rehearses for her role as an ingenue in the composite musical comedy, "Broadway Melodies," to be presented during the second act.