Images: Through the Film Magnifer: Rock Hudson, Secretariat, WIVS radio station, skeet shooting and more

 
 
Posted12/16/2019 4:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald archived images of Rock Hudson, Triple Crown winner Secretariat at Arlington Park, skeet shooting, Santa arriving by hot-air balloon and more in the latest "Through the Film Magnifier" gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 15,277, Tom Grieger photo: Wheeling policemen Jack Koenig, Tom Javens, Sgt. Ron Nelson and Clarence Trausch, seated, took first place in the second annual skeet tournament in Northbrook in November of 1969. The group topped 10 other suburban teams at the contest in which policemen shoot skeet with riot shotguns.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 15,277, Tom Grieger photo: Wheeling policemen Jack Koenig, Tom Javens, Sgt. Ron Nelson and Clarence Trausch, seated, took first place in the second annual skeet tournament in Northbrook in November of 1969. The group topped 10 other suburban teams at the contest in which policemen shoot skeet with riot shotguns.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,751, Barry Jarvinen photo: Actor Rock Hudson during an interview in Chicago in July of 1979. The 53-year-old actors was promoting his play "On the Twentieth Century."
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,751, Barry Jarvinen photo: Actor Rock Hudson during an interview in Chicago in July of 1979. The 53-year-old actors was promoting his play "On the Twentieth Century."
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,751, Barry Jarvinen photo: Actor Rock Hudson during an interview in Chicago in July of 1979. The 53-year-old actors was promoting his play "On the Twentieth Century."
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,751, Barry Jarvinen photo: Actor Rock Hudson during an interview in Chicago in July of 1979. The 53-year-old actors was promoting his play "On the Twentieth Century."
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,872, Bob Ringham photo: Cheering fans greet Imogene Coca, Rock Hudson and Judy Kaye as they arrive at Union Station with other cast members of "On the Twentieth Century." The actors traveled by train, reminiscent of the old New York to Chicago luxury line, the Twentieth Century Ltd. in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,872, Bob Ringham photo: Cheering fans greet Imogene Coca, Rock Hudson and Judy Kaye as they arrive at Union Station with other cast members of "On the Twentieth Century." The actors traveled by train, reminiscent of the old New York to Chicago luxury line, the Twentieth Century Ltd. in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,872, Bob Ringham photo: Rock Hudson talks with a fan at Union Station as he arrived to perform in "On the Twentieth Century." He and other actors traveled by train, reminiscent of the old New York to Chicago luxury line, the Twentieth Century Ltd. in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,872, Bob Ringham photo: Rock Hudson talks with a fan at Union Station as he arrived to perform in "On the Twentieth Century." He and other actors traveled by train, reminiscent of the old New York to Chicago luxury line, the Twentieth Century Ltd. in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,872, Bob Ringham photo: Cheering fans greet Imogene Coca, Rock Hudson and Judy Kaye as they arrive at Union Station with other cast members of "On the Twentieth Century." The actors traveled by train, reminiscent of the old New York to Chicago luxury line, the Twentieth Century Ltd. in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 51,872, Bob Ringham photo: Cheering fans greet Imogene Coca, Rock Hudson and Judy Kaye as they arrive at Union Station with other cast members of "On the Twentieth Century." The actors traveled by train, reminiscent of the old New York to Chicago luxury line, the Twentieth Century Ltd. in August of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 27,899, Mike Seeling photo: A mother and her child participate in an infant swim program in Arlington Heights in February of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 27,899, Mike Seeling photo: A mother and her child participate in an infant swim program in Arlington Heights in February of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 24,104, Mike Seeling photo: WIVS ratio was broadcasting live from Randhurst mall in Mount Prospect in January of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 24,104, Mike Seeling photo: WIVS ratio was broadcasting live from Randhurst mall in Mount Prospect in January of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 24,104, Mike Seeling photo: WIVS ratio was broadcasting live from Randhurst mall in Mount Prospect in January of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 24,104, Mike Seeling photo: WIVS ratio was broadcasting live from Randhurst mall in Mount Prospect in January of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Triple Crown winner Secretariat and jockey Ron Turcotte acknowledges the standing ovation by fans after winning the Arlington Park Invitational by 9 lengths in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Triple Crown winner Secretariat and jockey Ron Turcotte acknowledges the standing ovation by fans after winning the Arlington Park Invitational by 9 lengths in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Spectators turned out in force to watch Triple Crown winner Secretariat race at Arlington Park in Arlington Heights in July of 1973
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Spectators turned out in force to watch Triple Crown winner Secretariat race at Arlington Park in Arlington Heights in July of 1973
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Triple Crown winner Secretariat and jockey Ron Turcotte acknowledges the standing ovation by fans after winning the Arlington Park Invitational by 9 lengths in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Triple Crown winner Secretariat and jockey Ron Turcotte acknowledges the standing ovation by fans after winning the Arlington Park Invitational by 9 lengths in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Triple Crown winner Secretariat and jockey Ron Turcotte acknowledges the standing ovation by fans after winning the Arlington Park Invitational by 9 lengths in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Triple Crown winner Secretariat and jockey Ron Turcotte acknowledges the standing ovation by fans after winning the Arlington Park Invitational by 9 lengths in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Triple Crown winner Secretariat and jockey Ron Turcotte acknowledges the standing ovation by fans after winning the Arlington Park Invitational by 9 lengths in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,336, Bob Finch photo: Triple Crown winner Secretariat and jockey Ron Turcotte acknowledges the standing ovation by fans after winning the Arlington Park Invitational by 9 lengths in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,429, Craig Camp photo: They may not wear straw hate, suspenders, vests and arm garters, but the Schizo-Phonics is indeed a barbershop quarter. Just don't expect to hear Sweet Adeline" from them. Comedy and dance routines are more to their liking. The are shown in Wheeling in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,429, Craig Camp photo: They may not wear straw hate, suspenders, vests and arm garters, but the Schizo-Phonics is indeed a barbershop quarter. Just don't expect to hear Sweet Adeline" from them. Comedy and dance routines are more to their liking. The are shown in Wheeling in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,429, Craig Camp photo: They may not wear straw hate, suspenders, vests and arm garters, but the Schizo-Phonics is indeed a barbershop quarter. Just don't expect to hear Sweet Adeline" from them. Comedy and dance routines are more to their liking. The are shown in Wheeling in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 49,429, Craig Camp photo: They may not wear straw hate, suspenders, vests and arm garters, but the Schizo-Phonics is indeed a barbershop quarter. Just don't expect to hear Sweet Adeline" from them. Comedy and dance routines are more to their liking. The are shown in Wheeling in January of 1979.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 24,134, Bob Finch photo: Gubernatorial candidate Dan Walker talks with supporters during a coffee in Elk Grove Village in January of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 24,134, Bob Finch photo: Gubernatorial candidate Dan Walker talks with supporters during a coffee in Elk Grove Village in January of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 32,025, Dave Tonge photo: Young girls in Prospect Heights learn the finer points of baton twirling in the park district class held at Anne Sullivan School in Prospect Heights in April of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment 32,025, Dave Tonge photo: Young girls in Prospect Heights learn the finer points of baton twirling in the park district class held at Anne Sullivan School in Prospect Heights in April of 1974.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 26,641, Jim Frost photo: Palatine High School crowned their homecoming queen in October of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 26,641, Jim Frost photo: Palatine High School crowned their homecoming queen in October of 1972.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 30,886, Mike Seeling photo: Santa arrived at Northpoint Shopping Center in Arlington Heights via a hot-air balloon. 2,000 people were on hand for the arrival in November of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 30,886, Mike Seeling photo: Santa arrived at Northpoint Shopping Center in Arlington Heights via a hot-air balloon. 2,000 people were on hand for the arrival in November of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,386, Mike Seeling photo: Mount Prospect Patrolman Ken Zschack inspects one of the 56 stolen and recovered bikes that will be auctioned off by the Mount Prospect Police Department in May of 1969. These bikes were not claimed by their owners.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 13,386, Mike Seeling photo: Mount Prospect Patrolman Ken Zschack inspects one of the 56 stolen and recovered bikes that will be auctioned off by the Mount Prospect Police Department in May of 1969. These bikes were not claimed by their owners.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,319, Greg Warner photo: Susan Dawn Busch was happy to have been named Miss Mount Prospect in June but was even happier when she was selected second-runner-up in the Miss Illinois pageant in Aurora in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,319, Greg Warner photo: Susan Dawn Busch was happy to have been named Miss Mount Prospect in June but was even happier when she was selected second-runner-up in the Miss Illinois pageant in Aurora in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,319, Greg Warner photo: Susan Dawn Busch was happy to have been named Miss Mount Prospect in June but was even happier when she was selected second-runner-up in the Miss Illinois pageant in Aurora in July of 1973.
The Daily Herald Archives, Assignment # 29,319, Greg Warner photo: Susan Dawn Busch was happy to have been named Miss Mount Prospect in June but was even happier when she was selected second-runner-up in the Miss Illinois pageant in Aurora in July of 1973.
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