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Pie Throwing Contest at Forestbrooke Athletic Club Pol, September 1964

Pie Throwing Contest at Forestbrooke Athletic Club Pol, September 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1964
Caption
Pie In The Eye All is fair in love and pie-throwing. Even throwing the baker into the pool for putting only pie-topping in her pie pans is allowable. That's Aunt Ellen the baker on the left taking a leap of her own accord (she wanted was the topping off her top.) The messy battle took place yesterday at the specially decorated Forestbrooke Subdivision pool. Proceeds from two talent shows amounted to $30 to be sent to CARE.

Swimmers at Buhr Pool, June 1969

Swimmers at Buhr Pool, June 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 2, 1969
Caption
Back Board Rescue Method Demonstrated Demonstrating the use of a back board at Buhr Park are city pool lifeguards (from left in the water) Tom Wilkins, Dave Baldwin, Waneta Boman and Tom Peck. Stephanie Mills is tied to the rescue board. According to Tom Mollet, head of the Red Cross Water Safety Program, Ann Arbor is one of the first cities in the state to use the back board method of rescue. The board is designed to immobilize victims with back or neck injuries during the rescue process and to eliminate any further injury which could occur by trying to lift the victim onto a stretcher or into an ambulance.