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The year Detroit became "the City of Champions" | Michigan
tweet share google+ email. listen . listening / 11:08. listen to stateside's conversation with jeff waraniak and charles avison. joe louis was the guest of honor at the "champions day" celebration of 1936. credit boston public library / flickr.com.
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champion is nestled in and around a small valley near the eastern end of lake michigamme in the central portion of the upper peninsula. located about 30 miles west of marquette, our small, quiet town was once a bustling iron mining center in the late 1800's.
champions day (also known as "day of champions" or "city of champions day") is a special day that was set aside in 1936 to commemorate a number of sporting victories and accomplishments by detroit, michigan natives and teams in the early 1930s, and especially the 1935–36 sports season.