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In the waning days of prohibition, Congress legalized 3.2 beer, opening up a new market for Michigan farmers.
According to Best Colleges Online, MSU’s W.J.
A 3.3-magnitude earthquake that struck 13 miles southeast of Battle Creek today has scientists scratching their heads.
On June 30, 1995, workers reconstructing Grand River Avenue in East Lansing, Michigan, ran into a series of logs lying side by side two feet below the road surface.
On June 30, 1934, the National Football League's Portsmouth (Ohio) Spartans were purchased by George A. Richards (owner of Detroit's powerful WJR) and moved to Detroit with a new name -- the Lions. The purchase price? Less than $8,000.
On the way to Tashmoo Park Aboard the Tashmoo
On June 30, 1805, the first governor of the territory of Michigan was appointed. William Hull, a Massachusetts native, was appointed to govern the state out of the new capital in Detroit.