Get This Last Update on March 07, 2014 10:08 GMT GRADUATION CAP FUNDRAISER FLINT, Mich. (AP) -- The ads aren't big -- but they are in a prime spot. University of Michigan-Flint senior Alex Blenda is selling ad space on his graduation cap. He tells the Flint Journal he has 100 square inches to sell. So far, he's raised $5,400. Blenda says the ad idea is more successful than he expected. He intends to use the money to pay down his $30,000 student loan debt. He has a little more time to sell ad space. He's getting his diploma May 4. GOODWILL DONATION-CASH FOUND GLEN CARBON, Ill. (AP) -- Is it a gift or an accident? That's the question an Illinois Goodwill store is trying to answer. Goodwill workers found 2,500 bucks in an article of donated clothing. Officials are now trying to determine whether the money had been left by mistake. There's no shortage people claiming the money is theirs. The Belleville News-Democrat reports at least 15 people are trying to lay claim to the dough. But Goodwill spokeswoman Stephanie Flynn says those people aren't able to accurately describe the clothing in question. Goodwill workers have also been reviewing security video in hopes of identifying the donor. SUNGLASSES AT NIGHT GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) -- Shades at night. That's the latest world record organizers of LaughFest are trying to break. The festival kicked off last night in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Guinness World Records says the current record for people wearing sunglasses at night is 1,642. The LaughFest people say they've attracted 1,675 people, which would break the record if verified. LaughFest organizers in the past three years have set new marks for donning false mustaches, wearing chicken beaks and tossing rubber chickens. Gilda's LaughFest raises money for charity and honors the memory of comic Gilda Radner, who died of ovarian cancer in 1989. DILLINGER GUN AUBURN, Ind. (AP) -- The Auburn, Indiana, police department has its Tommy gun back. It was stolen more than 80 years ago by members of John Dillinger's gang. The Tommy gun was later recovered by police in Tucson, Arizona, and turned over to the FBI. Auburn Police Chief Martin McCoy says three FBI agent presented the Thompson submachine gun yesterday to Mayor Norm Yoder. Chief McCoy says his department plans to preserve and display the gun.