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The Weather THE ANN ARBOR NEWS Final Edition Ann Arbor, Michigan, Wednesday, June 26, 1968 * * * ^ ^F2'ptay'^i^tbl^aess^pbeiments Ten cents A copy Hundred And Thirty-Fourth Year, No. 153 Rain And Floods Batter Area Dams, Tracks Wash Out By William B. Treml , and the churning, angry floodlHogback and Geddes Rds. aftcrlto area crops. Layher said there (News Police neportcn | waters pounded and roared three 11,400 feet of tracks collapsed, already is heavy water damage Ann Artior and Washtenawlf off the highway, ^nto thp. Huron River along withjand soil erosion in Lodi and Scio County, battered and soaked byj six-foot earthen section " ' • ' ^"''t °f Dixboro Rd. Townships. |gg strugglin" h»f'- tn nnrmalcy to- \ morning but thp main „„ ^^d ^ust north of the; we get a few days'of hot sun the Hi;n holders,^ > swelling the i; .;; but the backed-up riverj The River Raisin at Milan was aline police and volunteer^ the embankments south of-bridge on Wabash St. might be . . men feared the night-long 'the dam and along a site where | endangered. The basement of day deluge. The University; n y have • ••n located. ! wn'er'e1 the^olice Department i^ Meteorology ^ Laboratory re-,m edth<- :e waters slashed a gaping | housed was reported flooded at 1 Floods Kill Two Youths 'lie city's water treat-through Dixboro R . By daw ?est edge of, (More local flood Stories I train traffic was ha ted. id pictures On Page 25) I The force of the water was so;