Press enter after choosing selection

Washtenaw County Sheriff's and Ann Arbor Police Players Practice for Annual Pig Bowl Game, November 1971

Washtenaw County Sheriff's  and Ann Arbor Police Players Practice for Annual Pig Bowl Game, November 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 5, 1971
Caption
Football Horseplay - Sheriff's Sgt. Ronald (Tex) Ritter, grimaces and hugs the football as City Police Staff Sgt. Dale Heath demonstrates what may happen in the third annual Pig Bowl to be played Sunday at Eastern Michigan University. Sgt. Ritter is captain for the "Pigs" and Sgt. Heath is one of four captains for the city police "Goats." The contest will benefit needy children.

Pig Bowl Trophy Up For Grabs In Annual Charity Football Game, September 1971

Pig Bowl Trophy Up For Grabs In Annual Charity Football Game, September 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 18, 1971
Caption
Pig Bowl Trophy Recovered - Sheriff Douglas J. Harvey (right) receives the milk can trophy for the annual "Pig Bowl" football game from Deputy Police Chief Harold Olson at city police headquarters yesterday. The trophy, which goes to the winner of the annual charity game, was in the possession of the Sheriff's Department on the merits of last year's victory but Wednesday noon at a planning luncheon for the game it mysteriously vanished. It turned up in the Police Department's property locker and the sheriff recovered it after presenting a "writ of attachment" issued by Ypsilanti District Court Judge Edward D. Deake to Olson. The game this year will be played Nov. 7 at Eastern Michigan University.