Images:Through the Film Magnifier: WrestleMania, Michael Jordan, slot car recing, canoe classes and more

 
 
Posted4/5/2021 5:00 AM

See vintage Daily Herald photos of WrestleMania, canoe classes, slot car racing, Michael Jordan and more in our latest "Through the Film Magnifier" gallery.

The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,221, Mike Seeling photo: Blackhawk school students work on a project in their science class in Bensenville in March of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,221, Mike Seeling photo: Blackhawk school students work on a project in their science class in Bensenville in March of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,051, Tom Grieger photo: Kids pose for a promotional photo in Palatine for Pancake Day at the Methodist Church in May of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,051, Tom Grieger photo: Kids pose for a promotional photo in Palatine for Pancake Day at the Methodist Church in May of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 59,529, Barry Jarvinen photo: Look close and you'll see that two boys and two bikes don't necessarily work our to one boy on each bike. Here Mike Nygren, left, and Frank Cesare double up on one bike while Mike carries a second bike on the way to the service station to fill up its tires in Rolling Meadows in August of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 59,529, Barry Jarvinen photo: Look close and you'll see that two boys and two bikes don't necessarily work our to one boy on each bike. Here Mike Nygren, left, and Frank Cesare double up on one bike while Mike carries a second bike on the way to the service station to fill up its tires in Rolling Meadows in August of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,386, Scott Sanders photo: Bulls Coach Stan Albeck talks with Michael Jordan during a practice in Deerfield in March of 1986. Earlier in the season, Jordan suffered a broken left foot and missed 64 games.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 81,386, Scott Sanders photo: Bulls Coach Stan Albeck talks with Michael Jordan during a practice in Deerfield in March of 1986. Earlier in the season, Jordan suffered a broken left foot and missed 64 games.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 82,153 Vince Pierri photo: Legendary professional wrestler Andre the Giant arrives to weigh in Arlington Heights prior to WrestleMania II at the Rosemont Horizon in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 82,153 Vince Pierri photo: Legendary professional wrestler Andre the Giant arrives to weigh in Arlington Heights prior to WrestleMania II at the Rosemont Horizon in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 82,153 Vince Pierri photo: Legendary professional wrestler The Iron Sheik arrives to weigh in Arlington Heights prior to WrestleMania II at the Rosemont Horizon in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 82,153 Vince Pierri photo: Legendary professional wrestler The Iron Sheik arrives to weigh in Arlington Heights prior to WrestleMania II at the Rosemont Horizon in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 82,153 Vince Pierri photo: Professional wrestlers and several NFL greats such as Jimbo Covert and Ed "Too Tall" Jones are pictured at a weigh in Arlington Heights prior to WrestleMania II at the Rosemont Horizon in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 82,153 Vince Pierri photo: Professional wrestlers and several NFL greats such as Jimbo Covert and Ed "Too Tall" Jones are pictured at a weigh in Arlington Heights prior to WrestleMania II at the Rosemont Horizon in April of 1986.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,300, Mike Seeling photo: Canoe lessons were part of the programing at the Rolling Meadows Park District in July of 1965. From left to right in the canoe are instructor Michelle Kinkaid and students Debbie Singleton, Cathy Winsell and Beverly Kocam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,300, Mike Seeling photo: Canoe lessons were part of the programing at the Rolling Meadows Park District in July of 1965. From left to right in the canoe are instructor Michelle Kinkaid and students Debbie Singleton, Cathy Winsell and Beverly Kocam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,300, Mike Seeling photo: Canoe lessons were part of the programing at the Rolling Meadows Park District in July of 1965. From left to right in the canoe are instructor Michelle Kinkaid and students Debbie Singleton, Cathy Winsell and Beverly Kocam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 1,300, Mike Seeling photo: Canoe lessons were part of the programing at the Rolling Meadows Park District in July of 1965. From left to right in the canoe are instructor Michelle Kinkaid and students Debbie Singleton, Cathy Winsell and Beverly Kocam.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,417, Charles Cherney photo: Women at the Heritage Park Field House in Wheeling are learning to keep body, mind and breath in harmony as they practice yoga, a program of physical postures, proper breathing techniques and the release of tension and stress. The yoga took place in October of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,417, Charles Cherney photo: Women at the Heritage Park Field House in Wheeling are learning to keep body, mind and breath in harmony as they practice yoga, a program of physical postures, proper breathing techniques and the release of tension and stress. The yoga took place in October of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,417, Charles Cherney photo: Women at the Heritage Park Field House in Wheeling are learning to keep body, mind and breath in harmony as they practice yoga, a program of physical postures, proper breathing techniques and the release of tension and stress. The yoga took place in October of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,417, Charles Cherney photo: Women at the Heritage Park Field House in Wheeling are learning to keep body, mind and breath in harmony as they practice yoga, a program of physical postures, proper breathing techniques and the release of tension and stress. The yoga took place in October of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 54,697, Dave Tonge photo: In May of 1980, members of the Mount Prospect Lions Club carried a banner during the Memorial Day parade honoring the 53 U.S. hostages being held in Iran.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 54,697, Dave Tonge photo: In May of 1980, members of the Mount Prospect Lions Club carried a banner during the Memorial Day parade honoring the 53 U.S. hostages being held in Iran.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 59,263, Barry Jarvinen photo: Children work hard at making puppets at Childerly Park in Wheeling in July of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 59,263, Barry Jarvinen photo: Children work hard at making puppets at Childerly Park in Wheeling in July of 1981.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 697, Don Vickery photo: Slot car racers in action at Tony's Hobby Lobby in Wheeling in April of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 697, Don Vickery photo: Slot car racers in action at Tony's Hobby Lobby in Wheeling in April of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 697, Don Vickery photo: Slot car racers in action at Tony's Hobby Lobby in Wheeling in April of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 697, Don Vickery photo: Slot car racers in action at Tony's Hobby Lobby in Wheeling in April of 1965.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,346, Dave Tonge photo: Daily Herald reporter Pete Nenni leaps out of a plane for his first sky diving experience over Hinkley, IL in October of 1981. Nenni wrote about the experience and said he would tell his friends he flew like a bird and defied death, but more importantly how happy he was to be back on solid ground.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,346, Dave Tonge photo: Daily Herald reporter Pete Nenni leaps out of a plane for his first sky diving experience over Hinkley, IL in October of 1981. Nenni wrote about the experience and said he would tell his friends he flew like a bird and defied death, but more importantly how happy he was to be back on solid ground.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,346, Dave Tonge photo: Daily Herald reporter Pete Nenni prepares for his first sky diving experience over Hinkley, IL in October of 1981. Nenni wrote about the experience and said he would tell his friends he flew like a bird and defied death, but more importantly how happy he was to be back on solid ground.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,346, Dave Tonge photo: Daily Herald reporter Pete Nenni prepares for his first sky diving experience over Hinkley, IL in October of 1981. Nenni wrote about the experience and said he would tell his friends he flew like a bird and defied death, but more importantly how happy he was to be back on solid ground.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,346, Dave Tonge photo: Daily Herald reporter Pete Nenni looks to the skies after his first sky diving experience over Hinkley, IL in October of 1981. Nenni wrote about the experience and said he would tell his friends he flew like a bird and defied death, but more importantly how happy he was to be back on solid ground.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,346, Dave Tonge photo: Daily Herald reporter Pete Nenni looks to the skies after his first sky diving experience over Hinkley, IL in October of 1981. Nenni wrote about the experience and said he would tell his friends he flew like a bird and defied death, but more importantly how happy he was to be back on solid ground.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,346, Dave Tonge photo: Daily Herald reporter Pete Nenni leaps out of a plane for his first sky diving experience over Hinkley, IL in October of 1981. Nenni wrote about the experience and said he would tell his friends he flew like a bird and defied death, but more importantly how happy he was to be back on solid ground.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 60,346, Dave Tonge photo: Daily Herald reporter Pete Nenni leaps out of a plane for his first sky diving experience over Hinkley, IL in October of 1981. Nenni wrote about the experience and said he would tell his friends he flew like a bird and defied death, but more importantly how happy he was to be back on solid ground.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,119, Bob Finch photo: Addison police officer Ted Pawlik works by flashlight after when a power outage threw the municipal building into darkness for two hours in February of 1966.
The Daily Herald Archive, Assignment # 3,119, Bob Finch photo: Addison police officer Ted Pawlik works by flashlight after when a power outage threw the municipal building into darkness for two hours in February of 1966.
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