The Michigan Daily, Friday, July 17, 1987- Page 3
C ty prepares for annua nvasion
tainment under the Graceful Arch months prior to the fair at both
By DAHLIA DEAN and University Avenues. Susan Froelich, spanning East University St. A vari- Campus Inn and Weber's Inn, a hotel
NICOLE DEAN the fair's coordinator, said, "About 'People who are really ety of performing artists will enter- on Jackson Rd. Restaurants such as
Close to half-a-million people 50 new artists have come in because serious about getting out tain the crowds with folk, jazz, pop, The Cottage Inn usually double their
will flock to the currently quiet of our jury process." The fair is . classical, and Dixieland music; and business during the fair.
streets of Ann Arbor to mark the billed as the "original juried fair." there ignore everything Eastern, Indian, African, and Jitter- According to Froelich bad weather
28th anniversary of the Ann Arbor Sculpture, photography, prints, except a tornado.' bug dancing. usually does not deter fair-goers.
Street Art Fair. The four day event, assemblages, blown glass, flat glass, - Susan Froelich Area businesses have traditionally "People who are really serious about
which will begin next Wednesday, drawings, jewelry, engravings, Fr ' benefited from the fair, and this getting out there ignore everything
promises to boost several area weaving and much more will be on art fair coordinator year's will be no exception. All the except a tornado," she said.
businesses. exhibit. rooms in the Campus Inn hotel on The festivities will run from 9
Roughly 240 artists from 29 Beside artist exhibits, there will zen Booth displaying art work of the Huron St. are booked everyday a.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday,
states will be displaying their art be a Children's Activity Booth open Ann Arbor Senior Citizen's Guild. throughout the event. Thursday and Friday and from 9 a.m.
work on South University and East for arts activities and a Senior Citi- In addition, there will be enter- Some reservations were made six to 5 p.m. on Saturday.
By CATHERINE KIM
Although many believe the mod-
ern second-floor addition to Village
Corner is necessary, it may further.
transform Ann Arbor's quaint atmo-
sphere into a glitzy, neon-filled
Despite opposition f ro m
employees and community mem-
bers, the addition is designed by the
same architect as the neighboring
Bagel Factory and will be similar in
"It's not the idea of an addition
that bothers us; we need extra
space," said Sally Czinder, a Village
Corner employee. "It's the style that
it will be in. It will be bad for the
Residential College junior Sarah
Schloff said, "It's the end of South
University. The whole street is
See VILLAGE, Page 11
By GRACE HILL
Resident Doctors and the
University Hospital's administration
have recently hired an independent
mediator to help settle negotiations
- which began in February - on
the residents' contract which expired
Residents want a lighter work
schedule because they think their
fatigue could affect a patient's safety.
Some residents work as much as 120
hours a week and many times they
work two 36 hour shifts in a row.
Samuel McKnight, the labor
lawyer representing the residents,
said some residents have gone six
straight months without a day off.
MCKNIGHT said the residents'
demands are very conservative.
"We're asking for the most modest
demands of limitations of hours
without asking for nothing."
He added that workers are
demanding two days off per month
and only one 36 hour shift every
But hospital administrators, who
declined comment on the
negotiations, refuse to agree to these
demands since they do not think that
resident doctors are overworked.
"It's all part of the residency
process," said John Turck, medical
center spokesperson. "The doctors
need to obtain a certain level of
experience. This is established by a
See SLEEPLESS, Page 5
Daily Photo by SCOTT IuTUCHY
Residential College junior Sarah Schloff buys candy from Village Corner
employee Kathy Lindt, an Arts senior. The store plans to add an
additional floor and change its exterior to resemble the neighboring
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