This story was published by The Ypsilanti Daily Press on Monday, June 10, 1935.
Two accidents occurred in and near Ypsilanti over the week end in which cars were badly damaged and a school boy was cut and bruised.
The top was badly damaged and a glass was broken when a machine driven by Harold Glover, 309 South St., overturned after colliding with one operated by Timothy Jones, 4421 Lumley St., Detroit, Saturday evening at 7 o’clock at the intersection of Jefferson and First Sts. N one was injured.
The accident occurred, according to police report, when the Glover machine and another driven by Walter Wright were traveling side by side on Jefferson St. with the Glover car crashing into the Jones machine, which was going north on First St. The Wright car was not involved in the crash.
Witnesses told police that the Glover and Wright machines were traveling at a high rate of speed.
Justice Arthur M. Vandersall today delayed decision on a warrant charging reckless driving against Emil Skuban, sophomore student at Lincoln Consolidated School. The youth’s car Saturday struck and injured a schoolmate, Marvin Bowels, who was walking along the side of the road.
The injured youth was able to attend classes today but Justice Vandersall is waiting until he has fully recovered from his injuries which consisted of cuts and bruises, before acting in the case.
Skuban clams he was forced to swerve sharply to avoid an approaching car and trailer and that his car skidded against the other boy.