Midland Amateur Sports Capital Committee

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Marguerite and Doug Leng

Marguerite and Doug Leng, both native Canadians, moved to Midland in 1956. Wanting to bring traditional Canadian winter sports to Midland, the Lengs and a committee of eight Canadians, two Americans and an Irishman formed a curling club. With determination the committee built a [...]

Brian Leigeb

Brian Leigeb attended H. H. Dow High School where he participated in basketball and football earning All-Saginaw Valley League honors twice in football and once in basketball. As a senior, he was named The Midland Daily News Football Defensive Player of the Year. Leigeb received [...]

Dick Lange

Dick Lange was a three sport star at Bullock Creek High School (football, basketball, baseball) and then went on to star in baseball at Central Michigan University, and then in the professional ranks. Lange had a career record of 20-4 at Central Michigan University and threw [...]

Dr. Lewis Lloyd

Dr. Lewis Lloyd moved to Midland in 1937 and became involved with a figure skating group in Saginaw. After building a natural ice surface in his backyard and establishing a community interest in the sport, Dr. Lewis led the effort to have an artificial ice rink constructed in [...]

Al Linde

Al Linde is recognized as one of the finest softball players ever to play the game. He is in both the National and Michigan Amateur Softball Halls of Fame. Linde played on seven ASA National Champion teams including the 1951 Dow AC’s team. In all Linde played in sixteen World [...]