Ann Arbor

  • (noun): A city in southern Michigan near Detroit; site of the University of Michigan.

Some articles on ann arbor:

Ann Arbor Summer Festival
... The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is an annual display of performing arts, outdoor entertainment and community spirit in Ann Arbor, Michigan ...
Michigan Wolverines Men's Ice Hockey - Team History - Al Renfrew Era
... years after he left, but he was too excited to be back in Ann Arbor ... made the trek from Regina, Saskatchewan to Ann Arbor including one Red Berenson ... ever to receive a free recruiting trip to Ann Arbor ...
List Of Michigan Writers - Poets
... Detroit, raised in Grosse Pointe Park, lived in Ann Arbor ... Carolyn Forché, poet (born in Detroit) Robert Frost – From 1921–22, Frost moved to Ann Arbor to accept a fellowship teaching at the University of Michigan ... In 1924, Robert Frost accepted a lifetime appointment at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor as a Fellow in Letters where he resided until 1927 ...
Ann Arbor, Michigan - Sister Cities
... Ann Arbor has seven sister cities Tübingen (Germany) since 1965 Belize City (Belize) since 1967 Hikone, Shiga (Japan) since 1969 Peterborough, Ontario (Canada) since 1983 Juigalpa, Chontales (Nicaragua ...
Charles A. Baird - Yost's "point-a-minute" Teams - Hiring of Fielding Yost
... Baird asked Yost to come to Ann Arbor to interview for the football coaching job ... Before leaving for Ann Arbor, Yost sent Baird a box of clippings and scrapbooks ... Baird met Yost at the Ann Arbor train station, where Yost is reported to have told Baird, "There are three things that make a winning football team, spirit ...

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