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League Of Women Voters Membership Coffee, September 1966

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September
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1966
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Discussing past activities and future plans of the League of Women Voters at yesterday's coffee at the Ann Arbor Community Center are Mrs. Elton McNeil (from left), current president of the group, and Mrs. Warren Smith, a past president. Another former president, Mrs. Franklin G. Moore, is pouring coffee.
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Ladies Chat At The League Of Women Voters Membership Coffee, September 1966

Ladies Chat At The League Of Women Voters Membership Coffee, September 1966 image
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September
Year
1966
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The League of Women Voters' membership coffee provided a chance for old members to see each other again. Involved in an animated discussion before the program began were Mrs. Alan Polasky (from left), Mrs. L. Hart Wright, Mrs. George Ragland and Mrs. Thomas Rowe. Mrs. Wright is bulletin chairman for the group.
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Gloria Stapp & Jane Jensen At League Of Women Voters Membership Coffee, September 1966

Gloria Stapp & Jane Jensen At League Of Women Voters Membership Coffee, September 1966 image
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September
Year
1966
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Mrs. William Stapp, a prospective member at the membership coffee of the League of Women Voters yesterday, is discussing water resources with Mrs. Gale Jensen who is the water resources chairman for the state League of Women Voters and a member of the local organization. Mrs. Jensen will represent the league at the Midwest Citizen Workshop on Clean Water for America which will be held this weekend at the University of Chicago.
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Registration Table At League Of Women Voters Membership Coffee, September 1966

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September
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1966
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Mrs. Fred Kitchens (right), a prospective member of the League of Women Voters, registers with Mrs. Jerry Current at the membership coffee held yesterday to acquaint women with the various aspects of the organization.
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Pratt & Stribley Crewmen Assist Overturned Car On Geddes, December 1947

Pratt & Stribley Crewmen Assist Overturned Car On Geddes, December 1947 image
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December
Year
1947
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UPSET CAR GETS HEAVE-HO: Wrecking crewmen launch a back-to-normal movement for this car, which skidded into a ditch and overturned alongside Geddes Ave. just east of Vinewood Blvd. shortly after 8 o'clock this morning. Three occupants, all University students on their way from Willow Village to Ann Arbor, escaped injury. The driver, Herbert H. Meyer, 25, a graduate student from Kalamazoo who lives at 1014 E. Harwich Ct., Willow Village, said the crash occurred when he applied his brakes suddenly to avoid hitting another car that drove out into Geddes from a side-road. The other machine went on without stopping, he said.
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UM Student, Banta Singh Pandher, Looks Under Car Hood, December 17, 1949

UM Student, Banta Singh Pandher, Looks Under Car Hood, December 17, 1949 image
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17
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December
Year
1949
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Rudyard Kipling's "Ballad of East and West" certainly doesn't apply to Ann Arbor, where the twain forever meet in an atmosphere of cosmopolitanism and international understanding. Here, Banta Singh Pandher, 29-year-old engineering student from Badali in India's East Punjab, awaits oil-station service for his altogether American automobile. The bearded and be-turbaned Pandher is a Sigh- a member of a 450-year-old Hindu sect noted for military prowess and total disregard of caste distinctions.
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Aerial Photograph of Social Research Institute Addition, University of Michigan, May 1975

Aerial Photograph of Social Research Institute Addition, University of Michigan, May 1975 image
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May
Year
1975
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Target Date: February: Floors are now being filled in at the $2.2 million addition to the U-M Institute for Social Research. Completion of the work, expected next February, will extend the structure to S. Division, which runs across the bottom of this view. Thompson St., on which ISR's main structure faces, parallels Division at the photo's top. The Student Activities Building, now devoted largely to U-M administrative offices, is visible at upper right. E. Jefferson runs down the photo's right side.
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Rose Wen-chiu Hu Receives University Scholarship From Delta Kappa Gamma, October 4, 1947

Rose Wen-chiu Hu Receives University Scholarship From Delta Kappa Gamma, October 4, 1947 image
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October
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1947
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Rose Wen-chiu Hu of Shanghai (see photo), now a junior at the University Medical School, is the first recipient of a scholarship financed by the Michigan chapters of Delta Kappa Gamma, national honorary organization of women.
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Aerial Photograph of Central Campus Intramural Building, University of Michigan, May 1975

Aerial Photograph of Central Campus Intramural Building, University of Michigan, May 1975 image
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May
Year
1975
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Framework of U Facility Up: Steel framework and the first-floor walls are up at the U-M Central Campus intramural building, adjoining the Margaret Bell Swimming Pool building on Forest Ave., which appears at the left is this view. At the right center, a large crane stands on a portion of N. University Avenue, which ran through to Forest until it was closed off for this project. The U-M's Stockwell Hall, a residence for women students, is at the upper right. Completion of the IM building in September 1976 will provide 129,500 square feet of indoor recreation facilities. Most of the structure's approximately $3.5 million cost will be paid from student fees.
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University Filipino Students Club Perform Traditional Dance At The International Center, October 1946

University Filipino Students Club Perform Traditional Dance At The International Center, October 1946 image
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October
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1946
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Distinguished for its talent, the University Filipino Students Club, largest in the country, includes seven former instructors at the University of Philippines, numerous honor students, and four post-doctorate scholars. Pictured above are two of the group in a Filipino folk dance with Zolio C. Lindo, Jr., at the piano. The dancers are Miss Lourdes Segundo of the School of Education, and Francisco A. Castro, student in electrical engineering,. Mr. Lindo is a student in mechanical engineering. The picture was taken at the International Center where the Club holds its meetings.
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Tom Cecchini & Bump Elliott Discuss An Upcoming Alumni Event With Stan Burns, September 1965

Tom Cecchini & Bump Elliott Discuss An Upcoming Alumni Event With Stan Burns, September 1965 image
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September
Year
1965
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The University of Michigan Club of Ann Arbor is about to launch its annual series of meetings and secretary-treasurer Stan Burns (left) was at Ferry Field making arrangements with Football Coach Bump Elliott (right) and his captain, linebacker Tom Cecchini, for the first get-together. The subject will be football at the first session on Friday and Elliott is bound to have the undivided attention of the members as he presents an "inside view" of the 1965 Wolverines.
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Pete & Bump Elliott Visit Schembechler Hall, July 1995

Pete & Bump Elliott Visit Schembechler Hall, July 1995 image
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July
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1995
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Pete (left) and Bump Elliott have national championship memories of Michigan football - and those memories are being shared with their families at the Margaret Dow Towsley Museum in Schembechler Hall.
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The Families Of Pete & Bump Elliott Visit Schembechler Hall, July 1995

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July
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1995
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Bump and Pete Elliott pose with their grandchildren in front of a display about the brothers in Schembechler Hall. Pete's two sons also played at U-M and Bump's son played at Iowa.
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Anne Marie Perpich and her father, David, enjoy the 19th Annual Frog Island Festival, June 24, 2000

Anne Marie Perpich and her father, David, enjoy the 19th Annual Frog Island Festival, June 24, 2000 image
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June
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2000
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Ann Arbor resident Anne Marie Perpich, 1, left, sways to the music of Bon Temps Roulle with her father, David, during the 19th Annual Frog Island Festival Friday evening in Ypsilanti. Anne Marie's family was celebrating her first birthday at the festival.
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Mike Kramer and Laura Baler Rehearse "Feiffer's People" for Huron High School Theater Guild, March 1972

Mike Kramer and Laura Baler Rehearse "Feiffer's People" for Huron High School Theater Guild, March 1972 image
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15
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March
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1972
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About Walking, Subways
Mike Kramer sings about walking and subways while rehearsing "Feiffer's People," which the Huron High School Theater Guild will present at 2 p.m. Thursday and at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the Huron Auditorium. Laura Baler stares balefully.
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Huron High Students Rehearse "Gypsy," April 1973

Huron High Students Rehearse "Gypsy," April 1973 image
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26
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April
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1973
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Rehearsing For "Gypsy" Are Carolyn Pratt (Left), Kenneth Tyra And Kristie Williams
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Dave Brazer and Alice Kinnian Rehearse "Flowers for Algernon" at Huron High, March 1974

Dave Brazer and Alice Kinnian Rehearse "Flowers for Algernon" at Huron High, March 1974 image
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26
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March
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1974
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'Flowers' At Huron
Dave Brazer (left), as Charlie Gordon and Sue Faber as Alice Kinnian rehearse for Huron High School's Theatre Guild presentation of "Flowers for Algernon" by Daniel Keyes. A matinee performance will be held at 2:15 p.m. Friday and Saturday. (News Photo by Bob Chase)
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Students Rehearse "See How They Run" for Ann Arbor High School Theater Guild, November 1973

Students Rehearse "See How They Run" for Ann Arbor High School Theater Guild, November 1973 image
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13
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November
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1973
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'See How They Run'
Rehearsing for the Huron High School Theatre Guild production of "See How They Run" are Debby Mueller as Miss Skillon being held by Mary Wrobleski as Penelope Toop, left, and Nancy Williams as Ida. Performances will be in Huron's adutorium at 2:10 p.m. Thursday and at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
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Aerial Photograph of Intersection of Washtenaw Ave., Carpenter Rd., & Hogback Rd., May 1975

Aerial Photograph of Intersection of Washtenaw Ave., Carpenter Rd., & Hogback Rd., May 1975 image
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May
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1975
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Help on the Way: One of the Ann Arbor areas most congested corners, the intersection of Washtenaw, Carpenter and Hogback just east of the city limits, will be easier to drive through thanks to road work visible in the aerial photo. Washtenaw runs vertically through the center of the photo with Carpenter at the left and Hogback at the right. US-23 crosses at the very top. Among the projects being done to improve the area are improving the turning radius on the entrance and exit rams (upper left of picture) of northbound US-23 onto eastbound Washtenaw, adding a right turn lane in front of Gulf station (middle left of picture), and extending for 270 feet the left turn lane off eastbound Washtenaw onto northbound Hogback. The concrete median on Washtenaw will be revised and shortened to a point closer to the US-23 bridge. Curb and gutter work will be done along the westbound lanes of Washtenaw in front of the Fretter Applicance store (right center of picture). Weather permitting, the project will be completed in about seven weeks.
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Sarah & Ozias Davis - Married 50 Years, October 1956

Sarah & Ozias Davis - Married 50 Years, October 1956 image
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October
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1956
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MARRIED 50 YEARS: Mr. and Mrs. Ozias Davis will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with a reception from 7 to 10 p.m. tomorrow at the Park Ridge Community Center.
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League Of Women Voters Prepare To Distribute "Know Your Town" Booklets, January 1967

League Of Women Voters Prepare To Distribute "Know Your Town" Booklets, January 1967 image
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January
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1967
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Preparing to distribute copies of "Know Your Town," League of Women Voters President Mrs. Elton McNeil (left) and Mrs. Richard White get some last-minute assistance from Don Borut, assistant to the administrator.
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League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Drive Kits, February 1967

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February
Year
1967
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At the kick-off breakfast for the League of Women Voter's annual finance drive Monday morning Dr. Robert Aldrich hands a finance kit to his wife (right) while Mrs. Joe Morris, finance chairman, wishes her good luck. Dr. Aldrich is a member of the League's first men's advisory committee. The men joined regular members to help assemble work kits for volunteers who will be making solicitations for funds throughout the community this week. This year the League's goal is $5,000.
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Aerial Photograph of Proposed "Space World" Amusement Park, Ypsilanti Township, April 1978

Aerial Photograph of Proposed "Space World" Amusement Park, Ypsilanti Township, April 1978 image
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April
Year
1978
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Where Theme Park Would Go: This aerial view of Whittaker Road, center of picture, and I-94, upper right, shows the farmland site for the proposed $40-million "Space World" amusement park in Ypsilanti Township. The first phase of the park, which could be completed in 1980, will be located on the west side of Whittaker Road, shown in the upper center of the picture where the barn and silo are now visible. Later phases, to be finished over a 10-year period could be built on the land shown in the lower portion of the picture. The photograph, taken by News Chief Photographer Cecil Lockard, is facing west across Whittaker Road.
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Aerial Photograph of the Proposed New and Existing Factory-Spring St. Bridge over the Huron River, Ypsilanti, April 1978

Aerial Photograph of the Proposed New and Existing Factory-Spring St. Bridge over the Huron River, Ypsilanti, April 1978 image
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April
Year
1978
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New Bridge: Black lines in aerial view show where the new Factory-Spring Street bridge over the Huron River will go in Ypsilanti. The new four-lane bridge will replace the two-lane structure to the right. A swap of land between the city and Ford Motor Co. is allowing the new bridge and new roadway to replace the old structure and stretch of road above the old bridge. Purpose of abandoning the old stretch of road is to make the road straighter and safer. The bridge construction is part of a $2.3-million project made possible by federal and local funds. It includes the widening of streets and new sidewalks for the surrounding area. The bridge is expected to open to traffic by November with total project completion forecast for June 1979.
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Alain And Stephanie Almon Skiing At The Otsego Club In Gaylord, February 1946

Alain And Stephanie Almon Skiing At The Otsego Club In Gaylord, February 1946 image
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February
Year
1946
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Not the least of post-war additions at Gaylord are Alain Almon, manager of the Otsego Ski Club and skiing instructor, and his blonde wife, Stephanie, also an expert instructor. The Almons came to Michigan from the famed Mt. Tremblant, north of Montreal, where they had been skiing instructors for two years. They're shown above trying out the snow on one of the shorter runs at the Gaylord project.
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Aerial Photograph of Institute for Social Research Building Addition, University of Michigan, September 1976

Aerial Photograph of Institute for Social Research Building Addition, University of Michigan, September 1976 image
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September
Year
1976
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ISR Addition: The new $2,298,049 addition to the U-M Institute for Social Research building (next to houses at lower right) provides needed space for a growing volume of social problem studies. Facing onto S. Division Street at bottom of photograph, it is attached to the institute's original building (upper left) which faces on Thompson Street. The institute's surveys are research on political events, economic conditions, sociological problems, and psychological matters are widely used by governments and industry, and highly respected worldwide.
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Aerial Photograph of the Central Campus Recreation Building, University of Michigan, September 1976

Aerial Photograph of the Central Campus Recreation Building, University of Michigan, September 1976 image
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September
Year
1976
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Recreation Building is Ready: The new U-M Central Campus Recreation Building in center of photograph was recently completed and is ready for students. Attached to the Margaret Bell swimming pool building for women at right, it is available for use by both men and women. The building contains handball and basketball courts, an indoor running track and other recreational and sport facilities. Project budget for the facility was $3.9 million, according to Wilbur K. Pierpont, U-M vice president and chief financial officer. A similar, but smaller recreation building with a project budget of $1.9 million has also just been completed on the North campus and is ready for use by returning students. The building on Washtenaw is on the site of the former Women's Athletic Building which was torn down to make way for the new structure.
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Aerial Photograph of the Carpenter Road Bridge over I-94, August 1976

Aerial Photograph of the Carpenter Road Bridge over I-94, August 1976 image
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August
Year
1976
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Bridge Work: The $530,000 Carpenter Road bridge project over I-94 in Pittsfield Township is nearing completion. The northern ramp to the bridge (left) is almost completed while the southern ramp (right) remains to be done. Traffic is heavy on the westbound lanes of I-94 as motorists weave through a maze of warning barrels around the construction project. The Carpenter Road bridge, closed for replacement in September 1975 is scheduled to reopen Nov. 1, according to project engineer John Aerts.
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