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Gauss Baking Company's New Mixer Crashes, May 1944

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 10, 1944
Caption
CRANE BREAKS, DROPS 13,500 POUND MIXER: A new, electric dough mixer weighing nearly seven tons fell two stories Monday night when a crane, being used to hoist the new equipment to the second floor of the Gauss Baking Co., 300 Hill St., collapsed and dropped the mixer to the ground. The crane and mixer appear above. No one was injured in the accident, but the mixer, the building and the crane were damaged.

Frank Waterman Feeds Major His Daily Doughnut, March 1953

Frank Waterman Feeds Major His Daily Doughnut, March 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 17, 1953
Caption
Major, the four-year-old Great Dane belonging to the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, shows up every morning at the University Spudnut Shoppe, 1205 1/2 S. University Ave., for his spudnut. He comes alone, as soon as he is let out of the house, and Frank Waterman (above), shop owner, charges Major's consumption to the fraternity. Major, who acquired a taste for the product a year ago when he was brought to the shop by fraternity members, ordinarily gets his spudnut at the door of the store and leaves immediately.

Unique Salads Are Her Specialty

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Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
February
Year
1993
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Valentine Baker

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Parent Issue
Day
10
Month
February
Year
1988
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