'Goats' Ready For Bowl Game - The second annual "Pig Bowl" football game will get under way at 7 p.m. Sunday on Hollway Field. The contest, matching the Ann Arbor Police Department "Goats" and the Sheriff's Department "Pigs," is designed to raise funds for Christmas gifts for needy children throughout the county. Both teams have been practicing for a month. The four captains for the "Goats" paused yesterday with the game's trophy, a decorated milk can, to permit News Photographer Cicil Lockard to snap a picture. Left to right are Patrolman Richard DeGrand, Patrolman Charles Ketchum, Sgt. Dan Cullin and Detective Sgt. Norman Olmstead. The trophy was purloined early today by the "Pigs."
Probing For Bullet - Ann Arbor Police Detective Sgt. Norman Olmstead, left, uses a knife to probe for a slug lodged in the wall of the General Finance Loan Co. office in the Arborland Shopping Center where an assistant manager yesterday came within inches of death during a holdup. Police Chief Walter E. Krasny, right, found another slug fired from the bandit's gun on the floor of the office.
Jewelry Store Break_in Probed - An unidentified passerby looks on as Sgt. Norman Olmstead of the city police department dusts the window of Burr Patterson & Auld Co., Fraternity jewelers, 1209 S. University, for fingerprints. Olmstead said the window was broken about 6 a.m. today and thieves removed an undetermined amount of rings from the display case. Some of the rings, however, dropped onto the sidewalk as the thieves fled the scene.
Moonshine Leavings: Ann Arbor Police Detective Lt. Eugene L. Staudenmaier (kneeling, left) and Patrolman Raymond Winters (left) hold handfuls of raw wheat taken from one of 20 barrels found in the attic of a house at 717 McKinley yesterday. Detective Sgt. Norman Olmstead (center) holds the barrel while Patrolman Robert LeVanseler (right) checks a glass of white liquid police said was moonshine.