This story was published by The Ypsilanti Daily Press on Saturday, June 8, 1935.
Ypsilanti police are today investigating the theft of approximately $21 from the purses of five Michigan Normal College (now EMU) co-eds Friday. The money was taken from the home economics department class room, while the girls were across the hall in the laboratory room.
The loss was discovered by Miss Margaret Raffington, associate professor of home economics. Money was all that was taken.
Ayoung man with black hair and wearing a dark suit was seen gong down the stairs from the home economics department a short time before the theft was discovered.