Ann Arbor News, October 23, 1985
Twelve former varsity athletes from the Ann Arbor High football team of 1965 which has a 7-1 record and was rated sixth in the state by AP, recently attended a reunion: (front row) Ed Oxley, Robin Brier, Tom Knight, George Metzner, Dale Leslie, Jim Lutz; (back row) Jamie Buhr, Bill Fraumann, Tim Wadhams, Eugene Smith, Tom Weinmann, Steve Towery. Others from the team who were at the reunion were Dave Dean, Jim Dick, Mark Carrow, Ken Westerman, Doug Kline, Tom Wilkins, and Fred Smith.
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1964
Well Stuffed Scarecrow - Four of about 75 Eberwhite Elementary School students who made "Hercules the Scarecrow" pose with him. (Left to right) Sally Rosasco, fifth grade; Robin Robinson, third grade; Jill Veigel, first grade; and Eugene Smith, fifth grade. Eberwhite Principal Mary Lou Chaffee called for volunteers to work on the scarecrow with her after school Monday and so many from all grades turned out that the project took less than an hour from start to cleanup. The jack-o'lantern is one of more than 15.
Thu, 10/20/2011 - 4:53pm
In this candid interview, Jack Stubbs, veteran Ann Arbor News photographer (1968-1996), paints a colorful portrait of the life of a newspaper photographer during the pre-digital era of journalism. He discusses tricks of his trade and recalls the creative ways he got the shot. Jack talks about the work of his fellow "shooters" during this period, and about some of the other News photographers he admired, notably Eck Stanger. Stubbs' assignments ranged from city and college sports to crime scenes and weather disasters, and he covered most of Washtenaw County's major events of the era, including Ann Arbor's June 1968 flood; the marches and protests at the end of the 1960s; the Coed murders and trial of John Norman Collins.