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December 03, 1998 - Image 24

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8B - The Michigan Daily Weekend Magazine - Thursday, December 3, 1998

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Detroit isn't the only city
where thousands of specta-
tors fill the streets every
Thanksgiving morning.
Despite inclemnent weather,
crowds eagerly gathered for
the 1998 Macy's
Thanksgiving Day Parade in
Manhattan, New York.
Families arrived at the side-
lines hours before the begin-
ning of the event to secure
good viewing spots.The
annual tradition's excitement
was not dampened by the
rain, as children, adults, and
clowns were entertained by
a kaleidoscope of floats,
marching bands and
characters of all sorts.

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Deke Beldon, a me
University March
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the show; at the er
participants are sti
and her 3-year-old
with excitement;
patiently for their

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