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July 01, 1958 - Image 4

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THlE M rHIG'mayT

Panel Discusses College Preparation

Band Leaders To Conduct
Tenth Annual Conference
Five hundred leaders of elemen-
tary, secondary school and college will also give a marching demo
bands will attend the 10th annual stration at 9 a.m. July 18 at Wir
National Band Conductors' Con- Field.
Terence at the University July A reading session of new bar
14n-18, materials will also be given by t
The University is playing host Lockport band, at 9 a.m. July
to what is the largest summer in the Union Ballroom.
band conductors' conference in Performances will also be give
the country as a public service to by the Baroque Trio, at 7:30 p.
teachers and conductors of music, July 14 in the Union Ballroc
The conference is open to the and by the Woodwind Quartet
public with no registration fee 8:30 p.m. July 16 in Rackhi
Visitors will come from about 25 Lecture Hall.
states, and will include 35 exhibi-
tors offering a display of band Jeague
music, equipment and nstru-
Two outdoor concerts on the Dance Classes
Diagonal will be included as a
special feature of the conference, Classes in Latin and conve
At 7 p.m. July 16, the Lockport tional dancing will be held t
(ill.) High School Band will per- summer under the sponsorship
form, and~ at 7:15 p.m. July 17, the Women's League sunit
they will combine with the Uni- council.
versity Summer Session Band in Lessons in Latin dancing will
another Diag concert. The band he ld n Tuesays and conventi


-Daily-Al Erbe
ENGLISH PANEL-Prof. Arthur J. Carr, Ruth .. Barnes, Robert
F. Beauchamp and Marinus Pott discussed "Preparation for
College Composition" at a panel discussion yesterday. The dis-
oussion was sponsored by the English department.

'U' To Examine Metropolitan Problems

providing consultation in the pro-1
The study will cover such topics
as municipal home rule, the legal
powers of cities and their effect-
iveness in meeting metropolitan
problems; territorial c h a n g e s,
laws covering incorporation, sep-
kration, consoli4ation, annexa-
tion and federation of local gov-
ernment units.
It will also cover state super-
vision of municipalities, dealing
with the state's function in over-
all planning and development of
urban areas, and extraterritorial
powers, the ownership of munici-
pal land, parks and utilities, and
extension of services outside the
central cities of metropolitan
Other topics will be municipal
finance, local cooperation, rela-

tLions between federal and local
areas of government and the im-
pact of the school district organi-
zation on problems of metropoli-
tan government.
The area of local cooperation
will deal with the various means
which have been developed for
municipal areas to make contacts
to share services or operate pro-
jects on a joint basis.
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