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S THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PA

oneymooners' Delight' on Exhibit

'UNIQUE' COURSE:
Soviet Union Survey
To Feature Lectures

A series of five special lectures
on Soviet affairs will be one of
the features of the interdepart-
mental Survey of the Soviet Union
this summer.
The six-week, two hour course,
presented by the Committee on the
Program on Russian Studies, is a
"unique" offering, according to
committee chairman Prof. William
B. Ballis of the political science
department. Students taking the
course may receive credit in five
departments in the University:
economics, geography, history, po-
litical science and Slavic languages
and literatures.I
Over 90 students are now enroll-
ed in the program, which is open
to upperclassmen and graduate
students. Prof. Ballis said it may
be of special interest to high school
and college teachers who wish to
increase their knowledge of the
Soviet Union.
Due in September

-Daily-Al Erbe
SEEING NIAGARA-"Honeymooners' Delight: Prints of Niagara Falls and Other American Scenic
Views" is currently on display at the University's Clements Library. The first view of Niagara Falls
to appear in print, done for Father Hennepin's "Book of Travel" published in 1697, is among the
earliest items on display. A map which accompanied the journal of LaSalle's voyage in 1713 will also
be at the exhibit, which will last throughout the summer session. A water color drawing by an un-

known artist of the 18th century showing the Niagara River and F
Bodmer, who accompanied Prince Maximillian on his tour of America
State Highway Department
Site of Eastbelt Bypass Nea

The US-23 Eastbelt bypass will
definitely be located around Ann
Arbor about half a mile east of the
University's North Campus, a State
Highway Department planner said
recently.
"Although we have done a lot
of engineering on putting the East-
belt bypass through the North
Campus area, and it will cost
$2,500,000 more to move it further
east, we feel the new arrangement
is satisfactory," Howard Bacon of
the State Highway Department
told the Ann Arbor Metropolitan
Area Planning Committee.
The bypass, intended to avoid
greatly increased traffic conges-
tion within the city, has been ad-
vocated by the Ann Arbor City
Council.
Under urging by the Council, the
construction date has been moved
up from the summer of 1960 to
the fourth quarter of 1959.
Bacon indicated that the depart-
ment will hold a hearing on con-
struction of the highway in about
six weeks. He said the department
will have detailed route and con-
struction plans within two to three
weeks.
The latest plan offered by the
State Highway Department has
the Eastbelt running just west of
Carpenter Rd., crossing Washte-
naw with an interchange, and
running in a straight line north
between Green and Earhart roads,
half a mile east of North Cam-
pus.
It would connect by interchange
with an extension of Ford which is
11-153 and go west to meet US-23
at a point north of the Huron
Valley Bridge.

This route would skirt the Huron
Municipal Golf Course and be car-
ried across Geddes Pond and the
Huron River by a bridge.
Built at Geddes and Plymouth
roads would be interchanges, and
Glacier Way would be closed. That
portion of the Eastbelt which
would run west following its inter-
section with an extension of Ford
would be one and a half miles
north of the city limits.
An underpass would be con-
structed at Nixon, an overpass at
the Ann Arbor Railroad tracks
and an underpass at Pontiac Trail.
This resolution expressing the
area planning committees feelings
about the Eastbelt was passed.
"The Ann Arbor Metropolitan
Book issued
BPeckham
Prof. Howard H. Peckham of the
history department, director of the
University's Clements Library, has
recently had his book, "The War
for Independence," published by
the University of Chicago Press.
This book attempts to explain
how and why the ragged. American
army was able to defeat the world's
strongest professional army, the
British, Prof. Peckham said.
He explains the Americans were
motivated more deeply ,than the
professional British and German
armies. Prof. Peckham has been
director of the Clements Library
since 1953 and has previously pub-
lished "Pontiac and the Indian
Uprising" and "Captured by In-
dians,"

ort Niagara. A painting by Carl The committee plans to con-
in 1841 shows a view of the falls. tinue the course in September and
offer it on a regular basis during
the summer session, Prof. Ballis
said.
A nnounces Adiscussion of "Soviet Democ-1
racy at Work: Personal Observa-
P tions of the 1958 Soviet Elections"
Campu's will open the special lecture series
at 4:15 Wednesday in Aud. B, AH.
Speaker will be Richard M. Scam-
Area Planning committee urges mon, Director of Elections Re-
Area Panniing comittee rge search of the Governmental Affairs
the participating local govern- Institute.
mental units to petition the State Scammon was chairman of a
Highway Department to settle commission of United States ex-
finally the location for an Eastbelt perts invited to Russia to observe
bypass and to proceed with the the Parliamentary elections during
construction as scheduled in the the Spring,
fourth quarter of 1959. Hannon To Speak
"It is further recommended that Stuart L. Hannon will deliver
the plans be submitted to all par- the second talk at 4:15 p.m. July
ticipating governmental units and 9, in R gckham Amphitheatre. Han-
in particular to the Washtenaw non, who will disciss "The Soviet
County Planning Commission and Union, Propaganda and Foreign
the Ann Arbor Planning Commis- Policy," is Deputy Program Direc-
sion for their consideration in light tor of Radio Free Europe.
of the development of the greater Harrison Salisbury will speak on
Ann Arbor community. "Religion' Behind the Iron Cur-
"In support of this resolution the tain" at 4:15 p.m. July 17 in Rack-
committee finds that neither the ham Auditorium. Salisbury, a
first suggested location running in Pulitzer Prize winner, was former-
a northwest direction through the ly Moscow correspondent of the
North Campus nor the second loca- New York Times.
tion running due north will be a At 4:15 p.m. July 23 in Aud. B,
detriment of the area so long as AH, Prof. George Fischer of Bran-
the bypass is a limited access road deis University's history depart-
with adequate over and under- ment will dieliver a speech on "In-
passes." dustrialization and Soviet Politics.

-Daily--James MacKay
PROF, WILLIAM BALLIS
... heads committee
Prof. Fischer is Research Asso-
ciate of Harvard University's Rus-
sian Research Center, and author
of "Soviet Opposition to Stalin and
Russian Liberalism."
Last in the series wil be a talk
by Prof. Holland Hunter of Haver-
ford College's economics depart-
ment, at 4:15 p.m. July 30, in Aud.
B, AH.
Prof. Hunter, author of "Soviet
Transportation Policy," will dis-
cuss "People, Space and Power in
the USSR."
Prof. Ballis also praised the
course in the Russian language
offered this summer by the De-
partment of Slavic Languages
and Literature.
Award Given
To Moriar-ty
The annual Commencement Day
breakfast of the College of En-
gineering honored Brian Moriarty
'58E, as an outstanding engineer-
ing student.
Moriarty, president of the En-
gineering Council, was presented
with an engraved watch for "pro-
ficiency" in his major field of
study and "outstanding achieve-
ments in social sciences and the
humanities."

RADIOS, REPAIRS
MUSICAL MDSE.,_
SO. UNIVERSITY
HI-FI STUDIO
Largest selection of Hi-Ft
components in the area.
Service in Hi-Fi units,
phonographs, and TV.
1317 So. University
NO 8-7942
"Ann Arbor TV"'
)X70
FOR SALE
Jaguar XK120 Roadster, classic car in
good condition. Call NO 3-5385 after
5 P.M. Mon.- Fri. and Saturdays.
)B195
KIRBY VACUUM cleaner, model 518,
with all attachments, Mtist sell; will
take any reasonable offer. Call NO 8-
HULA CROSSES, call NO 2-2386 after
3 P.M. )B194
BOYS' 20-INCH BICYCLE. Like new,
$25. Call NO 2-4736.
MEN'S short sleeve sport shirts $1.25.
Skip-dents and seersuckers. Assorted
Colors. Sam's Store, 122 E. Washing-
ton. )B188
ANYTHING and everyhingfor the
golfer at Bob Appiegate's Pro Golf
Shop, Municipal Golf Course. Extra
good buys on used sets. NO 8-9230.
)B190
FOR RENT
VERY LARGE, VERY NICE, VERY
CHEAP. Room for man. Linens and
cleaning. 204 N. State, NO 3-6988 af-
ter 4 PM_____)C407
OPPOSITE St. Joseph Hospital, 4 room
apartment, stove and refrigerator
furnished. Phone NO 8-8044. )C409
QIRL NEEDED. $37.50 per month to
share 5 room furnished apt. for
summer. 306 N. State. Call NO 3-
9526 after 5 P.M. )C408
WANTED: Student to~share Furnished
Campus Apartment. Call NO 5-5931
any evening. - )C405
PRIVATE BEACH-3 rooms and bath.
Be comfortable this summer in this
extra nice apartment on Whitmore
Lake. Only 12 minutes from campus.
Reason able. By the week or month
umntil Aug. 1. Call HI 9-9531 after 7
P.. )C406
cINGLE or Double Room-Two blocks
from camputs on quiet shady street,
cross-ventilation in each room. Also
available for fall. Phone NO 3-4685,
)C401
I'M STUCK~ Hve gorgeouis 5room fully
AIR CONDITIONED, FULLY FUR-
NISHED Apartment 2 Blocks from
Campus. Need two fellows to share
this comfort with me. You'll really
love this place. Call Ted Cohn NO
2-3241 any week day before 5 P.M.
)C402
ONE BLOCK from campus - newly
decorated apartments. 514 So. Forest.
NO 2-1443. )C404
USED CARS
1957 VOLVO, $1,795. Michigan European
Cars, 303 S. Ashley, NO 5-5800. )N165

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Phone NO 2-3241
PETS AND SUPPLIES
Tropical Fish and supplies.
UNIVERSITY AQUAR1UMi
328 East Liberty NO 3-0224
1T26
ROOM AND BOARD
FOR BOARD-Phi Kappa Psi Fratern-
Fity. Good mealsreasonable. Call
Steward. NO 3-4141, ) E31
BOARD IN CO-OP. $9 per week plus 5
hours work at the following address:
1017 Oakland, 315 N. State, 338 E. Jef-
ferson. For information call NO 8-
6872or come to Inter Co-op Council,
Room 2546 SAB. )E30
Room and/or Board
Summer Rates
Good food
Good location
Linen furnished
1319 Hill, Mr. Wentz, NO 2-6422
_ )E29
ROOM and'or board-Nelson Interna-
tional House for Men, 915 Oakland.
Near campus. Call NO 3-8506. Ask for
Nancy. )F26
ROOM andor board for male students,
Comfortable rooms, very good food
at moderate prices at 1319 Cambridge
Rd. Call NO 2-8312. Ask for Bob Mills
___________________) E27
YOUNG woman or student couple to
live in cabin on pleasant farm 25
miles from Ann Arbor. Free room and
board for month or longer in ox-
change for thre hours work daily-
no week-ends. Wonderful place to
complete thesis, write novel, or just
plain relax. Write: N1. Y aco, 1050
Bullrun Rd., Fowlereville, Mich.
)E28
BUSINESS SERVICES
AN EXPEIENCED woman at cleaning
Ing, and/or cooking available for e-
ployment. Call N 3-9432. ___ )J172
LINOLEUM, all tile, shades, venetian
blinds installed properly. Murphy
Brothers, 320 E. Liberty. NO 3-6725.
)J168
BUY AND RENT your typewriter and
have your typewriters repaired at a
TYPEWRITER STORE.
MORRI LLJS
314 s. State NO 3-2481
Our 50th Year of MORRILL
Support to Students and
the University

HELP WANTED
NCRSERY SCHOOL teachers nte
3 mornings a week. Nursery or Pr:
vate School training acceptable
Phone NO_3-6154 or NO 5-6710. )I2
S1UBJC's wanted for Psychology ex
periment. Par $1.25 an hour. Sligh
shock. Call NO 3-1511, Ext. 2397, Do
Dorfman or Harry Crockett. )H.1
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
You expect more from Standard
And You get it.
Best Deal in Town-Atlas Tires,
Batteries, Accessories - Mechanic
on Duty for Complete Automotive
Servicing & Road Service.
"Service is our Business"
C-Ted Standard Service
1220 So. University at Forest
Tel, NO 8-9168
Open 7:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. Daily
)62
Sole on Tires
New Atlas Grip Safe, in sets of 4
4_070x15, $62.95; 4-710x15, $74.95
4--760x15, $82.95, Plus tax and recap
pable tires. Other sizes comparabl
low. Budget terms.
Hickey's Service Station
Cor. Main and Catherine NO 8-771
PERSONAL
PLANNED PARENTHOOD CLINIC --
Advice by physician on birth cntro
Medical aid for couples who wan
children but who have been unabl
to have them. Professional counse
on marriage problems. Physician
nurse, family counselor in charge
Clinic2hours, Tues., 7:30 PM. to 9:3
P.M, 122 N. Fourth Ave. Phone NO 2.
9282. )P48
P.S. Have a Hillel of a Summer. Firu
Mixer June 29, 7:30 P.M. Hillel FPen
dation, 1429 Hill, )648
HUNGRY?
Try our non-denominational, Co-
educational, independent food Co-
op. Mon. thru Sat. at noon or 6
P.M. Lunches 36c, dinners 65c. Lo-
cated in the Pine Room of the
Methodist Church at Huron 8s
State. )F48
Mr. A. Oh, where can I park mycars
Mr. B. I know a place righttion campus
only $7 for the entire summer
session.
Mr. A. Who can I call to find out?
Mr. B. Phone Monte Nigler at ethl.
NO 2-3241 or NO 8-6377.
FRIDAY EVENING services 7:30. B'na
B'rith Hillel Foundation, 1429 Hill
WANTED-one pair transparent tenni
shoes, size 81. Call Harris NO 5-5077
)7481
TRANSPORTATION
SUMMER STUDENT wishes ride to and
fromn1Detroit. NO 2-1965 or VE 6-

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