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Python Found Sleeping Under The Hood Of A Car, August 1983

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Ann Arbor News, August 4, 1983
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CHECK THE PYTHON PLEASE - Monty Python, the British comedy team, may be hysterically funny, but finding a nine-foot Burmese python under the hood of his car was more in the nature of a hysterical experience for 25-year-old Terry Jackson of Miner Street Wednesday afternoon. Jackson discovered the sleeping reptile when he went to change the oil in his father's car.

Humane Society Employees Remove A Python From The Engine Of A Car, August 1983

Humane Society Employees Remove A Python From The Engine Of A Car, August 1983 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 4, 1983
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Humane Society workers Carl Strom, left, and Bill Maples pull the python out of the auto.

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Terry Jackson and Alberto Cuadros teach Tim Roos and Sherry Rathburn to play "Wff 'N' Proof", November 1970

Terry Jackson and Alberto Cuadros teach Tim Roos and Sherry Rathburn to play "Wff 'N' Proof", November 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1970
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Teaching 'Wff-'N'-Proof" Slauson Junior High seventh grader Terry Jackson (far left) and eight grader Alberto Cuadros (far right) show Tim Roos and Sherry Rathburn, sixth graders at Eberwhite School, how to play "Wff-N-Proof," an academic game of logic. A team of Slauson students has traveled to several local elementary schools and to various places in the state teaching students and teachers how to play academic logic and mathematics games. Dwight J. McMurrin is the Academic Games Director at Slauson. (News photo by Cecil Lockard)