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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, 26 MARCH 1965

PAGE EIGHT

Parkway To Erase 'Gridwork'

By ANNE MARIE ELLSWORTH
The great advantages and im-
provements that the proposed Ful-
ler Parkway has for Ann Arbor
and for the University will far out-
weigh any opposition it may en-
counter, City Councilman Robert
Weeks, professor in the College of
Engineering, said recently.
At present, "Ann Arbor streets
are a gridwork," he said. The ma-
jority of the traffic going in and
out of the city traverses along
Washtenaw Ave. and Plymouth
Rd. The Fuller Parkway is the
first step to relieve these con-
gested thoroughfares and to pro-
vide for side-by-side city and Uni-
versity expansion.
The following events lie behind
the proposal to construct this new
penetrator route, Weeks claimed.
First, when the State Highway
Dept. built the city-encircling I-
94 a few years ago, it consulted
Musical Society
Sponsors Janigro
The I Solisti di Zagreb chamber
orchestra, with Antonio Janigro
solo cellist, which will perform
March 30 in Rackham Aud. is not
a part of the music school's con-
temporary music festival but is
sponsored by the University
Musical Society. Standing room
tickets only are available at the
Society's office in Burton tower.

the City about the location of the
best connecting routes between
highways I-94, M-14, US-23 and
Ann Arbor proper. In December,
1962, the Ann Arbor City Plan-
ning Commission recommended
that an expressway loop system be
built in which direct routes would
penetrate Ann Arbor from the
expressways.
Supplementing this action was
the Thoroughfare Plan, adopted
by, the City Council in 1959, which
suggested a major framework of
thoroughfares to connect external
highways to the city and circulate
traffic within the city.
Analyze Traffic Situation
Second, the state, in its Michi-
gan State Highway Origin and
Destination Study, has analyzed
the traffic situation in and around
Ann Arbor, and has determined
what the flow of traffic will be in
1980. According to the Fuller
Parkway Alignment Study, pre-
sented to the City Council recent-
ly, this route will meet the im-
mediate 1980 traffic needs, and
will be constructed to expand even
further if post-1980 traffic de-
mands require such expansion.
Third, the Central Campus
Planning Study, proposals for
present and future University de-
velopment, stated, "The establish-
ment of an efficient traffic route
through the Valley is of prime
importance to the future overall
traffic order in the community and
its possibility is the key factor in

allowing the Medical Center to
expand effeiciently on its present
site."
The main benefit of the Fuller
Parkway to the University and
the Medical Center is that the
road will relieve the hospital traf-
fic congestion in the vicinity of
Catherine and Observatory Streets
by swinging into building area
behind the main entrance to the
University Hospital. Also, the new
route will enable hospital visitors
to avoid the downtown and the
central campus areas, and come
into the medical complex directly
from US-23 via the penetrator
route.
Valid Objectors
Opposition in the face of such
city, state, and University support
cannot be too strong, Weeks said.
However, he said, there are two
groups who feel they have a valid
claim in objecting to the proposed
route:
-The nature lovers who feel
that since the parkway is cutting
through the Huron R iver Valley
much of the bird, game, and na-
tural scenery found there will be
lost.
-The Huron River Valley pro-
perty owners who fear that the
deep seclusion the Valley now af-
fords will disappear. (According
to the Fuller Parkway Study, the
great majority of the Valley
homes, set so far back in the hills,
will not be affected by any actual
road construction.)

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SHOWN IN THE ABOVE MAP are the proposed penetrator routes facilitating access to the Univer-
sity's campus. (A) designates the central business district; (B) the central campus; (C) the medical
center; (D) north campus; and (E) indicates residential areas.

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dent organizations and student partici-
pants in conferences.
Approved: That Conference on Viet
Nam Steering Committee be granted ad
hoc recognition for a period of four
weeks pending completion of satis-
factory financial status with Office of
Student Organizations.
Approved: The constitution of Pan-
hellenic Association as revised by
Panhellenic Presidents' Council on
March 18, 1965.
Approved: That SGC have the Exec-
utive Committee appoint two SGC
members ;to serve on the committees
coordinating a student-administration
faculty-Ann Arbor community confer-
ence on University involvement in
South Africa, and express public sup-
port in the Michigan Daily of such a
conference.
2. Urge that all corporations and'
banks presently involved in the South
African economy remove any vestiges
of their interests from that economy
or use these powers as a lever to ex-
press their abhorrence of apartheid
policies and their desire fir dialogue
tn South Africa leading to a humani-
tarian, representative government.
(Letters to be sent to this effect.)
3. Urge the U.S. government to take
steps to curtail trade and invest-
ments in South Africa in order to
fake manifest its condemnations of
apartheid. (Letters to lye sent to Con-
ress, the State Department, and Presi-
dent Johnson to this effect.)
Approved: That Earl Wright be sent
tn place of Sharon Manning as a dele-
gate to Model United Nations Confer-
ence.
Approved: That Paul Pavlick investi-
gate the possibility of repairs to the
Diag and campus sidewalks.
Events
The following sponsored student
ORGANIZATION
NOTICES
Use of This Column for Announce-
mnents is available to officially recog-
nized and registered student organiza-
tions only. Forms are available in
Room 1011 SAB.
* *
Guild House, Friday noon luncheon
discussion, "Exploration into the New
Morality," Prof. Donald L. Schaefer,
psychiatrist, March 26, 12-1 p.m., Inter-
national dinner, 6 p.m., Guild House,
802 Monroe.
Michigan Christian Science Fellow-
ship, Eastern Michigan Spring Confer-
ence, Dr. Orville S. Walters, Univer-
sity of Illinois, speaking on "Con-
science, Guilt and the Holy Spirit,"
Fri., March 26, 7:30 p.m. Meet at the
north entrance to the Union for trans-
portation to and from Mill Lake Rec-
reation Area, site of conference.
Newman Student Association, Fireside
chat ith Fr. Ellis, "The Parish: Who'.
in Charge Here?", March 26, 7 p.m.
331 Thompson St.
Unitarian Student Group, Dr. John
Bardach: "Thoughts on Ecology," Sun.,
March 28, 7 p.m. Cars at Lloyd and
Michigan Union, 6:45.
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Newnan Student Association, Music
series: Stravinsky's "L'Histoire de Sol-
diat," March 27, 8:30 p.m., 331 Thomp-
son.
2 16 S. Ingalls, Apt. 11
SPRING-SUMMER
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events are approved for the coming
weekend. Social chairmen are remind-
ed that requests for approval for social
events are due in the Office of Stu-
dent Affairs not later than 12 O'clock
noon on Tuesday prior to the event.
FRI., MARCH 26--
Allen Rumsey, Open-Open; Adams,
Open-Open; Collegiate Sorosis, Pledge
Formal; Chi Omega, Pledge Formal;
Cooley, Open-Open; Delta Gamma,C
Pledge Formal; I'Delta Upsilon, TGf?
Evans Scholars, Party; Frost, Open-F
Open; Hayden, Closed Party; Hinsdale,
Open-Open.
Phi Gamma Delta, TG; Phi Gamma
Delta, Record Party; Phi Kappa Psi,
Party; Phi Kappa Tau, Closed Party;
Phi Beta Phi, Pledge Formal; Scott,
Open-Open; Theta Delta Chi, TG;e
Tyler, Open-Open; Zeta Beta Tau, Par-t
ants' Weekend Party; Zeta Psi, TG;
Zeta Tau Alpha, Pledge Formal,.
SAT., MARCH 27-
Alpha Epsilon Pi, House Party; Al-
pha Sigma Phi, Record Party; AlphaL
Tau Omega, Pledge Formal; Alpha Xi
Delta, Mothers' Weekend; Blagdon,a
Open-Open; Cooley, Open-Open; Delta
Sigma Theta, Formal; Delta Upsilon
Party; Elliott, Open-Open; Evans Schol-
irs, Mothers' Day; Frost, Open-Open;
Hayden, Open-Open; Hinsdale, Open-
Open; Goddard, Open-Open; Lloyd,
Open-Open; Michigan, Open-Open; Phi
Gamma Delta, Mom's Party.
Phi Kappa Psi, Pledge Formal; Phi
Kappa Tau, Pledge Formal; Pi Lambda
Phi, 715 Hill; Sigma Phi, Pledge For-
mal; Sigma Phi Epsilon, House aPrty;
Tau Delta Phi, Band Party; Taylor,
Open-Open-Buffet; Theta Delta Chi.
Mothers' Weekend; Theta Xi, Mothers'
Weekend; Triangle, Pledge Party; Ty-
ler, Open-Open; Wenley, Open-Open;
Zeta Beta Tau, Parents' Weekend Party,
SUN., MARCH 28-
Alpha Xi Delta, Mothers' Weekend;
Couzens, Open-Open; Hinsdale/Alice
Lloyd, Open-Open; Newberry, Open-
Open; Stockwell, Open-Open; Theta
Delta Chi, Mothers' Weekend; Theta
Xi, Mothers 'Weekend.

Placement
POSITION OPENINGS:
City of Port Huron, Mich.-Activities
Supv., male grad, major in phys. ed.,
community rec, or related area, bkgd.
in rec. admin. Assist in planning, de-
veloping & directing rec. programs.
Mgmt. Consultants, Chicago-Various
openings in Acctg. & Finance including
1. Tax Accountant, tax exper. in for-
eign area. 2. Acctg. Supv., 2-5 yrs. in-
:lust. acctg. exper. 3. Manager, Systems
& Procedures; MBA, bkgd. in public
acctg. Also Sr. Budget Analyst, Inter-
nal Auditors, etc. Many locations.
Saginaw General Hospital, Mich. -
Several positions include med. tech-
aologists, therapeutic & teaching dieti-
tian, and registered pharmacist.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania-Re-
habilitation counselors, degree; plus
MA in vocational rehab. or 1 yr. exper.1
In rehab, or soc. work, psych., teach-
ing, personnel, etc. Equiv. exper. may
be substituted for educ. Exams given
at convenient locations outside Pa. Ap-

plication deadline April 7 for test on
April 24,
For further information, please call
764-7460, General Div., Bureau of Ap-
pointments, 3200 SAB.
SUMMER PLACEMENT SERVICE:
212 SAB-
Pinckney Recreation Area - Life-
guard to start work June 14. Office
clerg, 1-2 days a week now, full time
summer work. Good pay. Minimum age
18.
The following camps will interview
next week:
MON., MARCH 29-
Camp Maplehurst, Mich. - Coed.
Counselors, sailing instructor, trip
zounselcr. 4 hrs. credit granted by
psych. dept. for counseling positions.
WED., MARCH 31-,
Camp Arbutus, Mich. - Girls. At
10:30 a.m. girls for waterfront in-
structor, cabin counselor & secretary.
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