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  • Action shot 1949 baseball with an African American slugger.

    Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University

  • 1948-1949 Portrait Basketball Team with insets.

    Insets: Charles Frankel, Noah Brown. Back: Joel Mason (Coach), Edward Futrell (Asst. Coach), Dick Hall, Charles Dubas, Phil Stewart, James Rucinski, George Shuk, Arthur Swerdlow (Student Mgr.). Front: Robert Conibear, Nick Kluck, Al Guzzo, Lloyd Adelson, Ronald Condon, Donald Sherrod.

  • 1948-1949 Portrait Basketball Team.

    Back: F. Mulhauser (Coach), S. Adams, R. Hoffman, F. Simmons, R. Pershing, R. Langas, C. Theodore, E. Futrell (Coach) [mentioned as Asst. Coach in 37003]. Front: L. Colter, E. Zang, J. Tolwinski, J. Kastran, J. Seppla.

  • 1949 track team portrait.

    Back: William Mars, Lynn DeSmyter, Stan Fields, Allan Tillman, Herb White, Charles McGlinnen, Ralph Woodbury, Julius Jones, Elmer Coleman, Russel Tuttle, Alex Drabkokski, Lorenzo Wright, Conrad Lange, Pete Demos, Arthur Doble, Alex Foley. Front: Richard Brown, Leon Wingo, Emmet Polk, Luther Carter, David L. Hlmes (Coach), Irving Petross, Robert Williams, Ed Stange, Donald Goldbold, James Smith, James Hunt (Student Mgr.).

  • Portrait of CrosC country Team. Undefeated 8-0.

    Back: Peyton Hutchinson, Donald Gurwin, David L. Holmes (Coach), James White, Herb White. Front: Chalmer Alexander, Richard Brown (Captain), Lynn DeSmyter.

  • 1949 tennis team portrait.

    Back: N.G. Wann (Coach), Fritz Knauer, Roy Messink, Bernie Fowler, james Pyrros, Louis Graves. Front: Ernie Mikus, Gerald Gurman, Marvin Fisher.

  • 1949 Baseball.

    Back: John Hazely, Peter Bill, John Wingo, Charles Dubas, fred Holdsworth, Frank Verbanec, George Shuk, Charles Milo, "Keke" Vogt, William Craft (Student Mgr.), Joseph Truskowski (Coach). Front: Roy Stevens, Ronald Bell, Harold Ruthenbar, Robert Bolla, Harry Rabinowitz, Gilbert Small, Charles Cole, Jonathan Williams, Gene D'Ambrosio, Steve Tarczy, Alex Zsenyuk.