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Mr. Coon Gets The Once-Over

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Day
13
Month
November
Year
1948
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Leon Dosey & Champion Beagles, April 1938 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Leon Dosey & Champion Beagles, April 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1938
Caption
A PAIR OF CHAMPIONS: Leon Dosey, son of Al Dosey, 405 Wesley St., poses with a pair of champion beagle hounds. Tiny Trinket, right, and Hi-Top Boots. Hi-Top Boots won the Wolverine Derby and the Kingsbury trophy at Hastings, Mich., last year and Tiny Trinket repeated in the same events this season. Tiny will seek another championship, the Northern Association Stakes, at Hastings today. Both Tiny and Hi-Top Boots are in the 13-inch-class.

Osmon Grider Holds An Opossum, February 1938 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Osmon Grider Holds An Opossum, February 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 12, 1938
Caption
NO WEAPON NEEDED FOR 'POSSUM HUNTING: Osmon Grider, 1124 Ann St., doesn't need a gun when he goes 'possum hunting. Grider was driving along the river road Monday night when the full-grown opossum he is holding so gingerly crossed the road in front of his car. Mr. Grider stopped his automobile and nabbed Mr. 'Possum with his bare hands. He swears that 'possums are harmless if you know how to catch them but judging by the display of teeth and claws this specimen is making, we prefer to do our 'possum hunting with a gun.

Opossum In Lyle Todd's Chicken Coop, December 1947

Opossum In Lyle Todd's Chicken Coop, December 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 2, 1948
Caption
OPOSSUM INVADES CHICKEN COOP: Curled up and ready to sleep (if people would only leave him alone), this opossum was photographed in a hen nest in a chicken coop owned by Lyle Todd, 2906 South St., East Ann Arbor. Todd doesn't know just when the furry animal moved in with the chickens but says the 'possum acts right at home.