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'S'HE MICMGAN DAILY

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-Daily-Don Watkins
TRENCH EYE VIEW-Construction on State St. as seen from
the trench. Street is being widened to handle traffic.

By DAVID GELFAND
At last report, a medium size
yellow steamshovel was seen tear-
ing down a venerable old elm in
front of the Alpha Delt house.
From the Congregational Church
to the Law Library, State St. lies
open and gutted. With summer
school and the absence of crowds
of students, University and Ann
Arbor construction men are taking
full advantage of the lull to rush
old projects and start a few new
ones as well.
Most conspicuous of the sum-
mer's undertakings is the widening
of streets in and around the cam-
pus area. Construction centers
aroundState St.. From William to
Monroe, curbs and sidewalks have
been ripped out and trenches dug
in preparation for newe ones that
will widen the perpetually jammed
thoroughfare by severl feet.
Other streets undergoing alter-
ation are Ingalls, in front of the
Rackham Building, and Fletcher,
from North University to Wash-
ington.
The University is also taking ad-
vantage of the summer lull to com-
plete several of its projects.. Ac-
~,cording to L. W. Fry, supervising
architect for the University,con-
struction on both campuses is
booming.
On the lForth Campus, the Ford
donated Phoenix Nuclear Reactor
is expected to be ready for use
in September. Also, married stu-
dents will get a break with the
completion of the second North-
wood Apartment group, scheduled
for occupancy this fall.
On the main campus, remodel-
ing begins soon on the Frieze
Building, old Ann Arbor high
schools, which will be taken over
by classes next fall.
Construction is also slated for
the new food service equipment
building at University Hospital as
soon as underpinnings for the new
building are completed.
Though steel for the skeleton is
scheduled to arrive in August, the
steel strike, should it last long,
could set back construction sched-
ules.
However, the strike is not ex-
pected to affect construction of
the Undergraduate Library -- it
does not employ structural steel-
nor is it expected to delay any
other University construction pro-
jects.

Leceive Facelifti
Clevelan
ScoutsC
Editor's Note: The following
aged 21, and Dick Dworsky,1
Journalism Merit Badge requ
ginal copy nor were the two 1
By ALLAN WRIGH
We started for Cleve
July 9, and arrived therea
night, hoping to stay ata
in which we had once befo
ed.
My dad went in to try to
a room, only to come out
handed.
The motel was in the s
so we had to go into Cleve
find a hotel fairly goode
to stay in. Luck was with
had a nice room to stay in,
of the nicest places in to
was also in a good locat:
my dad's job.
When we got to ourr
found that our luck was w
but it was all bad. My b
right next 'to the elevator
and the elevator squeaked.
I got used to it and fell
it was almost time to get
The next day I calledu
-Daily-Don Watkins of my good friends to sa
CRANE GETS SET- leavy machinery lines State St. as He seemed glad to hear m
rface-lifting. I was glad to hear him. H,
citystrets ndego ace-iftng.asked my mom if we might
and see him. The next t
knew we were on a bus1
for the suburbs. It took a
and a hal fto get there and
all the way. When we go
my pal Billy Anderson ca
to greet us. He said his m
gone and he was minding th
When his mom came ho
invited us to stay for supp
me to stay all night. After
we went out to play bad:
with some girls.
As we were playing m
and dad left for the hotel.
goodbye and wet on playi
game. The next day I h
playing and swimming in th
lic pool.
The next day was not v
citing, we did about the
That night my mom and ca
;h for me and we went back
t hotel and went out to eat a
a walk around the town of
land.
That night I went to sle
(I was reading comics). T
F'." day we left for home, takin
us the memory of the be
city, with its beautiful lig
night and the beautiful str
day.
-Daily-Don Watkins
OON-What was once Ann Arbor high school will soon be classroom
s department. Construction is scheduled to begin shortly,.
TTEND
Ind Directors' O
Starts Today R
t tered around baton twirling with
a talk on "Twentieth Century both
Twirling" by Bill Modlin, '56Ed.,
l twirler with the Marching Band
r for four years, at 4 p.m. at Wines
Field
University Summer Session Band That Owl isn't wise! If he
will present an outdoor concert at Tt
7:15 p.m. tomorrow near the Gen- were, he'd be in the air-

eral Library. George Cavender,
assistant conductor' of Bands, will conditioned Golden Ap-
conduct the first half of the pro- pies Room having one of
gram and Erik W. Leidzen, nation- t. im
, ally known composer, arranger and their delicious Smorgas-
conductor from New York City, will bord Extra Specials!
direct the second.
'Children Do Read' AIR-CONDITIONED
Lecture Topic d
Frances C. Sayers, author and
lecturer, will speak on the topic
"Children Do Read" at a session /
of the Summer Education Con-
ference at 9 a.m. today at Archi-
tecture Auditorium.
STUDENTS!
LEAVE laundry in the Morning coNooGs
PICK UP in the Afternoon.
Only
If Preferred, Do-It-Yourself
In One Hour.
* SHIRT SERVICE * DRY CLEANING See
* INDIVIDUAL WASHEHS *AIR CONDITIONED

I Trip Fun;
o To Macinac
two articles were submitted by Allan Wright,
13 years old, in fulfillment of their Boy Scout
Irements. The Daily in no way altered the ori-
boys given any assistance in the actual writing.
T By DICK DWORSKY
and on On June 13, 1956, my scout
at mid- troop (troop 1) departed for Maci-
a motel nac Island.
re stay- We left at eight in the morning.
We numbered 35 boys, 4 leaders,
and Mr. and Mrs. Wright and
oget us their little boy Davy. We arrived
empty at Macinac City about five that
night. We slept right next to the
suburbsStraits of Macinac Bridge that
ulurbstonight.
land to Iforgot to mention the fact that
us We the mothers club earned enough
money to buy a troop bus, named
in one the turtle. The reason why was
n that it would get us there slowly
ion for but safely.
I was up early Saturday with
room I some other boys to go swimming,
with us, but the temperature of the water
ed was changed our minds quickly.
shaft, The day was cold and dark and
When dreary but we had to be on the
asleep one o'clock boat for the island.
up. We arrived at the boat dock about
up one ten but took the one o'clock boat..
y hello. When we arrived a dray took our
me and equipment to the Scout Barracks.
3e then We spent the rest of the day
go out getting ourselves settled.
thing I Sunday we went to church and
headed played baseball the rest of the
n hour day. Monday I took relief on guide
I stood duty after a watermelon party
t there given by Mrs. Price, the State
me out Park Commissioner. Later that
om was day we went swimming, we
e baby- marched to the pool. The water
me she looked fine but I thought I was
er, and going to freeze because that water
dinner was cold. .
rminton We followed a set pattern for
three days. On the fourth day I
y mom hadhguide duty for six hours.
I said This guide duty consisted of
ing the 1) Directing people when asked
ad fun about different points of interest,
e pub-2) running errands like getting
epu-mail etc.
Saturday we packed all of our
ery ex- gear. We took the Algoma II back
same. to shore and loaded the bus.
4 came We were near Cheyboygan when
to the the bus broke down. The bus put
nd took a piston rod through the engine
Cleve- head. We were stuck 400 miles
from Ann Arbor. But many people
ep late, came to our aid. As it turned out
he next we stayed at a scout camp. We
ng with had a wonderful time. Though
autiful we sang U. of M. songs all the way
ghts at through East Lansing we arrived
eets by home safely after a wonderful 14
days at Macinac.

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HELP WANTED
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Over 22, to work 25 to 40 hours
per week. To help tun patient pro-
gram working with psychiatric pa-
tients. Should have some experience
in group activities, $1.72 an hour
wage. Must be available for at least
nine months. Apply personnel of-
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400 CONDUCTORS A7
Natonal Bay
Conference
Eighth annual National Band
Conductors' Conference will star
today: at the University and con-
tinue through Friday.;
Some 400 directors of high schoo:
and college bands from all over
the country are expected to attend
the three-day conference, which is
offered as a public service to teach-
ers and conductors of music by the
Summer Session.
Registration and most of the
conference sessions will be held at
the League.
Prof. Frank Piersol, assistant
professor of music and director of
bands at Iowa State College will
highlight today's program with a
talk on "Fundamentals of Drill."
at 9:50 a.m.
John Heney, conductor of the
famed Deland Florida High School
Band for the past 21 years and
former percussionist and soloist
with John Philip Sousa, will speak
on "Precision in Precision Drill"
at 11 a.m.
Tomorrow's sessions will be cen-

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