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 History of UM Football 2013 Exhibit at Museum on Main Street

The Legacy of Michigan Football

Experience the inspirational tradition and history of Michiganís key coaches, players and games through a selection of items from the private sports collection of Ken Magee. This exhibit is co-curated by University of Michigan, Museum Studies Program students Megan Boczar and Alicia Juillet. Highlights include football game day programs whose beautiful cover art has celebrated the team and the university for more than 100 years. See the rare and original program from the first Rose Bowl ever played in 1902 where Michigan beat Stanford 49-0, and an original program from 1881 when UM became the first western team to travel east to play a football game and Yale won 11-0.

This exhibit runs September 7 through December 1.

Hours: Saturday & Sunday 12 Noon-4 p.m. or by appointment.

Free and open to the public.

The Museum on Main Street
500 North Main
Ann Arbor

734-662-9092
wchs-500@ameritech.net

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