Photo Friday: Cranbrook’s World Cup

Cranbrook student John Vining Ogden (left) competes for the ball in a match against the opposing team from Nichols, a rival school, 1960. Cranbrook Archives/Harvey Croze.

Cranbrook student John Vining Ogden (left) competes for the ball in a match against the opposing team from Nichols, a rival school, 1960. Cranbrook Archives/Harvey Croze.

As we prepare for the final round of World Cup soccer (Germany vs. Argentina, this Sunday), we’re looking back on Cranbrook’s own soccer history. Here, Cranbrook student John Vining Ogden tries to get one step ahead of a rival player as they vie for control of the ball. We’re especially taken with the Nichols’ players’ uniforms: with their striped jerseys, they look like a team made up entirely of referees!

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