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Jo Jo The Clown Entertains At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club Water Circus, July 1962

Jo Jo The Clown Entertains At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club Water Circus, July 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 30, 1962
Caption
CLOWNING AROUND: "Jo-Jo" the clown is about to fall off the diving board of the Chippewa Hills Swimming and Tennis Club as he clowns for these young swimmers at the club's "circus" held Saturday at the pool. Left to right, the clown is Lee Wittle, son of the Eugene L. Wittles of Morton Ave.; and swimmers are Steven Munger, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Munger of Oxford St., Ypsilanti; Fred and Vicki Stoll, children of the Ulrich Stolls of Circle Dr.; and Robby Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Thompson of Benjamin St.

Swimmers Play Catch At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club, July 1962

Swimmers Play Catch At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club, July 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 30, 1962
Caption
WATER PLAY: Enjoying a rather damp game of ball are (left to right) Lorie Otis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin J. Otis, jr., of Ellis Rd., Ypsilanti; Jackie Roesch, daughter of the Milton D. Roesches of Linden Ct., Ypsilanti; and Anita Ferrer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicomedes Ferrer of W. Normal St., Ypsilanti. The girls' parents are members of the Chippewa Hills Swimming and Tennis Club, and they have made great use of the club's pool during the summer.

Robbie Bolt & Bob Berry Enjoy The Wading Pool At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club, July 1962

Robbie Bolt & Bob Berry Enjoy The Wading Pool At The Chippewa Hills Swimming Club, July 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 30, 1962
Caption
HAVING A CHAT: Relaxing in the wading pool at the Chippewa Hills Swimming and Tennis Club are (left to right) Robbie Bolt, son of the Robert J. Bolts of Lincoln Ave,; and Bob Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Berry of Lincoln Ave. The wading pool is located adjacent to the large swimming pool, and younger club members "graduate" to the larger pool as their swimming skills improve.

Wading In The Huron River Near Hudson Mills, June 1940

Wading In The Huron River Near Hudson Mills, June 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 13, 1940
Caption
WADING IS FUN, TOO: Walking among the slippery rocks in the rapids above the swimming pool at Hudson Mills is great sport, and the dog likes it too. This spot is one of the many recreational points along the Huron river. The bridge in the background is on North Territorial Rd., near Portage Lake Rd.

Children Visit The Ann Arbor Public Library's Bookmobile At Burns Park, June 1957

Children Visit The Ann Arbor Public Library's Bookmobile At Burns Park, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
Caption
TIME TO READ: These three playmates who were participating yesterday in the city-wide summer recreation program walk toward a shady nook at Burns Park to dip into "favorites" they checked out from the Bookmobile. Besides Burns Park, children can check out Bookmobile volumes at Allmendinger Park, where the service is also offered.

Children Play Croquet At Burns Park, June 1957

Children Play Croquet At Burns Park, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
Caption
GAME TIME: The croquet game in progress at Burns Park is but one of numerous daily supervised activities being offered to children under a city-wide summer recreation program that ends Aug. 9. Burns Park and Allmendinger and West Parks are supervised daily from 10 a.m. until dark, along with Wines Field and Summit Playground.

Children Play Checkers At Burns Park, June 1957

Children Play Checkers At Burns Park, June 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
Caption
CHECKER MATES: These youthful checker players and their rooters are among hundreds of school-free children on vacation who took advantage yesterday of supervised summer play at Burns Park, while keeping "cool" beneath shade trees. Games, arts and crafts and other activities are now being offered daily at six city playgrounds.