After WWI, America bathed in economic prosperity, allowing them to enjoy more leisure time and technology.   People were getting richer and began to spend more money. They therefore began to spend money for better roads, tourism and holiday resorts Henry Ford's Model T., was the first car invented and helped people to live an easy life by making transportation easier and faster. Henry Ford's Assembly Line was also important, because, many people adopted it to make labor fast and easy in their industries. However it decreased the amount of laborers needed to do one job.

1970 All-City
Jeff Walker, Central; Frank Tanana, Jr., Detroit Catholic Central (MLB); Lindsay Hairston, Kettering (NBA); Sam Brady, Pontiac Catholic; Joe Franges, Divine Child
Jeff Walker, Central; Lindsay Hairston, Kettering; George “Iceman” Gervin, King (NBA); Mike Weaver, Northeastern; Cliff Pratt, Murray-Wright; Coach Walt Jenkins, Kettering
Mike “Mike Rob” Robinson, Northeastern; Ed Davis, Osborn; Phil Paige, Pershing; Floyd Haywood, Kettering; Karl Hopkins, Denby
Stepney Bacon, Cooley; Lovelle Rivers, Mackenzie; Melvin Carr, Mumford; Bob Chapman, Henry Ford; Bill Fredrick, Redford
No Honorable Mention