1953 University of Michigan Football Team (full Squad)
Athletic Department (University of Michigan) records
University of Michigan. Athletic Dept.
Box / Drawer
Folder / Container / Volume
Folder: Football programs , 1953
[from 1953 Pennsylvania game program)
Top Row: Ted Kress, Dave Williams, William McKinley, Larry Cox, Dave Hill, Dick Kolesar, Van Schoick, Earl Johnson, Bob Ames.
6th Row: Tony Branoff, Ed Hickey, Don Bennett, Dick Vorenkamp, Tom Hendricks, Doug Murray, Charles Ritter, Mike Orend, Carl Kamhout, Jim Kirby, Joe Krahl.
5th Row: Don Dugger, Jack Wheeler, Wilbur Brown, Jerry Gonser, Bob Sriver, Jim Bates, Ray Donohoe, Dick Strozewski, Dave Rentschler, John Kuchka, George Corey, Phil Endres.
4h Row: Gerry Williams, Gordon Barnes, Edgar Meads, Charles Krahnke, Fred Baer, Stanley Knickerbocker, Jim Fox, John Peckham, John Morrow, Dick Rex, Coach J. T. White.
3rd Row: Coach Don Robinson, Don Drake, Joe Shomsky, Lou Baldacci, Salvatore DiMucci, George Dutter, Ray Kenaga, George Muellich, Jim Bowman, Ted Cachey, Coach Bill Orwig.
2nd Row: Cliff Keen, Dean Ludwig, Duncan McDonald, Ken Shields, Peri Gagalis, Pete Wolgast, Bob Milligan, Ron Geyer, Dick Beison, Dan Cline, Art Walker, Coach Matt Patanelli.
Front Row: Wally Weber, John Veselenak, Tad Stanford, Gene Knutson, Dick Balzhiser, Captain Dick O'Shaughnessy; Head Coach Bennie Oosterbaan; Bob Marion, Bob Topp, Ray VanderZeyde, Ron Williams, Jim Balog, Jack Blott.
UBImu D13. Folder: Campus Buildings. University Hall; opening the cornerstone, 1950. no. 305
Photographer / Artist
University of Michigan. News and Information Service.
Jenison, Edward S., architect. On verso: Vera B. Baits (l.), Pres. A.G. Ruthven (c.), and Regent R.O. Bonisteel (r.) examining the contents of the copper box from the cornerstone of University Hall in the Regents confrence room, Administration Building
Smith, Hinchman & Grylls, architects. Bryant & Detwiler, contractor. In 1951/1952 Haven Hall (south side) and Mason Hall (north) were added to the east or diagonal side of Angell Hall. Southeast corner in image.
York and Sawyer, architect. The Martha Cook Building was erected as a residence for women in 1915, a gift of William Wilson Cook ('80) in honor of his mother, Martha Walford Cook. Garden replanted in 1921 by Samuel Parsons of New York City.