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Ann Arbor High School Basketball: Team Class A District Champs, March 1963

Ann Arbor High School Basketball: Team Class A District Champs, March 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 12, 1963
Caption
REGAINS THRONE: The Ann Arbor High basketball team, booted out last year, regained its Class A district throne at Ypsilanti. Joining the News' Pictorial Honor Roll today are, in the bottom row (left to right), Reserve Coach Pete Palmer, Lou Winkelhaus, Chuck Menefee, Capt. Bill Yearnd, Harold Simons, Pete Vlisides, Steve Lawrence, Managers Bill Lampe and Bill Moore; top row (left to right), Head Coach Ed Klum, Manager Jim Jahnke, Pete Hansen, Tom Evans, Lloyd Quicksey, Gordon Taylor, Pat Fogarty and Sophomore Coach Jay Stielstra.

Reunion of 1962 Ann Arbor High Football State Champions, October 1987

Reunion of 1962 Ann Arbor High Football State Champions, October 1987 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 17, 1987
Caption
Members of the 1962 Ann Arbor High state championship football team at Friday night's reunion are: FRONT ROW (from left): Tom Morrow, Leroy Williams, Larry Lage, Chuck Wilkins, Harold Simons, John Albrecht, Captain Tom Rathman, Pat Clarke. SECOND ROW: Cindy Wild Helber (cheerleader), Lou Winkelhaus, Durant Bridges, Bill Bailey, Larry Clay, Rick Deanhofer, Coach Jay Stielstra. THIRD ROW: Ken Dyer, Van Batsakes, Pete Vlisides, Mike Juntenen, Bill Wood, Asst. Coach Chuck Ritter, Pat Koeller, Asst. Coach Gary Bryce, Asst. Coach Ed Klum, Chuck Hulce.

Ann Arbor High Football Team Wins Class A State Championship, November 1962

Ann Arbor High Football Team Wins Class A State Championship, November 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1962
Caption
THE VICTORS: Last night's victory over the Jackson Vikings brought the Ann Arbor High football team the undisputed Six A League Championship and the first undefeated, untied season in seven years. Team members, left to right (front row) are Tom Wisely, Chuck Wilkins, Ted Murray, Emory Williams, Chuck Menefee, Capt. Tom Rathman, Mike Thomas, Mike Juntunen, John Albrecht, Van Batsakes, Gary Ulmer; (second row) Jerry Hartman, Leroy Williams, Tom Morrow, Kent Leslie, John White, Lou Winkelhaus, Pat Koeller, Ken Dyer, Harold Simons, Larry Lage, manager; (third row) Assistant Coach Ed Klum, Tom Lovell, Bill Wood, Rich Pittman, Don Davis, Durant Bridges, Rich Harper, Chuck Hulce, Tom Solovezuk, Bill Bailey, Mill Moore, head manager; (fourth row) Assistant Coach Jerry Budzik, Pete Vlisides, Gordon Taylor, Pat Clark, Scot Ideson, Ralph Briant, Rick Deanhofer, Dave Hiatt, Head Coach Jay Stielstra, Assistant Coach Pat Wilson. Paul Bryant and Gene Cleaveland were not present when the photo was made.

Local Tankers Set Records

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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
March
Year
1970
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Dad's Root Beer girls team of Ann Arbor, Class A State Champs, September 1947

Dad's Root Beer girls team of Ann Arbor, Class A State Champs, September 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 6, 1947
Caption
WON STATE CHAMPIONSHIP: Here is the Dad's Root Beer Girls team of Ann Arbor which recently won the state Class A girls' title in the tournament at Lansing. The "Champs" have a busy week-end ahead playing under the lights at Brighton in a single game tonight starting at 9 o'clock and appearing in a double-header Sunday evening at Adrian. Jean Smith, start pitcher for the team, will report to the All-American Girls' league next season. Front row, (left to right) Geraldine Kern, Louann Brown, Peggy Steiner, Dorothy Cooch, Marjorie Johnston and Mary Moore. Back row, Coach Glenn Schleicher, Verna Zill, Jean Smith, Dorothy Stetier, Joan Stoll, Betty Yahr, Jean Van Schoeten, Virginia Hanselman, Ardeth Hagopian and Rosemary Spencer.

Dr. Margaret Bell In The Women's City Golf Tournament Qualifying Rounds At Barton Hills, July 1939

Dr. Margaret Bell In The Women's City Golf Tournament Qualifying Rounds At Barton Hills, July 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 25, 1939
Caption
Dr. Margaret Bell who was runner-up in the qualifying round with a 99 and the only other golfer to break 100.