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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ATION, WAGES RELATED:
or EXpa.in Social Mobility Factors

For Direct Classified Ad Service, Phone NO 2-4786
from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M. Monday through Friday, and Saturday 9:30 'til 11:30 A.M.

By CYNTHIA NEU
While education is closely re-
lated with earnings, various types
of mobility are not necessarily re-
lated to each other or to educa-
tion, Prof. James N. Morgan, a
study director at Survey Research'
Center explained yesterday at a
sociology colloquium.
Prof. Morgan's recent study of
"Patterns of Social Mobility" sur-
veys the relation between incomes,
choice of friends, social class, geo-
graphic movement, political and
religious beliefs and education.
According to his findings, the

level of education did not corre-
late with geographic movement,
and there was no change in rela-
tion to the number of states in
which a person had lived since he
began working.
Mobility Occurs
When geographic mobility did
occur, the people moving from one
place to another could enter an
occupation which was lower than
their fathers, just as easily as they
could enter one which was higher.
There was also little relation-
ship between economic mobility

and change from one religion to
another. Using standard measure-
ment of economic status of reli-
gions, the study showed that per-
sons who move to a higher eco-
nomic position than their fathers,
do not necessarily make a move to
a higher status religious denomi-
nation.
Although people who change in
economic and social status are
more likely to change religions,
Prof. Morgan explained, this
change can be in either direction.
Education, which greatly affects

social class change, thus has little
correlation with religion.
There is a possibility that it
takes three generations to effect
a change in religious preference,
Prof. Morgan said. Thus, the sec-
ond generation, while still profess-

PROF. JAMES N. MORGAN
'social mobility
ing a particular religion, could at-
tend church less often, and the
change would not be apparent, un-
til the third generation. The re-
searchers are still checking out
this hypothesis.
The study showed a direct asso-
ciation between education and
planning ahead, along with a high
correlation between a father's ed-
ucation and his son's.
Education Important
The implication of the study,
according to Prof. Morgan is that
education is important in upward
mobility, but that other forms of
mobility may be due to other fac-
tors.
The findings on social mobility
are part of a larger survey of in-
come and welfare in the United
States, financed by the Ford
Foundation.
Others who have worked on the
study include Professors Wilbur
Cohen, of the social work school,
and Harvey Brazer of the econom-
ics department, and Martin Da-
vid, formerly a study director at
the Center, all on leave from their
respective positions."
Vaccine Available
At Health Service
Having obtained a new supply
of vaccine Health Service an-
nounced yesterday itw resume
flu shots from 8 to 11:30 a.m. and
1 to 4:3Q p.m. today.

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GUNS: Browning 25 cal auto. Husquer-
arna 9 mm Luger, Ruger Single-Six
22, Winchester 62A 22 cal. pump, 20-06
Sprg Sporter ENGRAVED. 5-9 P.M.
NO 8-8052 or 3-1511, Ext. 3289 days.
B18
MARLIN 30-30 rifle for sale, with case.
Call NO 5-5493 after 4 P.M. B21
RETINA II C 35 mm F2.8$75.Minox
II II-S, Minox Meter 110. Norelco Ra-
zor $5. Size 38 block tweed suit. 5-9
p.m. NO 8-8052 or 3-1511, Ext. 3289
days. B19
FOR SALE 1957 Lambretta, 150 engine,
Buddy seat, spare tire, good condi-
tion. Call Dick Boekoff at NO 2-4419
or NO 5-0308. B20
DETROIT Scooter Sales and Service.
Good used scooters. 7343 W. Eight
Mile Rd., near Livernois. DI 1-3197.
B22
MG-TD. Very good condition, engine
reworked. W.W. Tires-heater-Tonneau.
620 S. State, NO 2-3111. B23
SPECIAL RATES for all purchases for
or by college students. NO 2-3061 for
these anc, Christmas Gift rates (open
to everyone) now in effect. Student
Periodical Agency. Box 1161, A.A. B15
'56 TRAILER, 8' x 30'. Good condition.
Sleeps 4. Full Bath $1275.00. Phone
KE 3-3220, or write 18321 W. McNich-
olds, Detroit 19. B9
DRUM SET, Gretch broadcaster, 5 unit;
Close-out savings-Regular $600, now
for only $375. Also used Conn Saxa-
phone and tape recorders. Ann Arbor
Piano and Organ Co., 213 E. Washing-
ton. NO 3-3109. B48
LOST-a pair of black framed prescrip-
tion sunglasses on campus. Call NO
5-7711, ext. 1412. A13
LOST - Yellow gold Whitnaur watch
with black leather band, lost Fri.
morning, Call 8-9492. A12
LOST, Wordsworth paperback on Oct.
18 in 2003,Angell Hall. Call Roger, NO
3-2145. All
LOST: a Signet 40 Camera in 4068 Frieze
Bldg. Contact Stuart at NO 2-1807.
Reward. A9
LOST-small beige leather purse Sat.
afternoon between the Stadium and
Saline Rd. area. REWARD. NO 8-8472.
A36
SCOOTER, JB-K, excellent condition.
Call Mike, NO 2-7261. Z15
ADDITIONAL INCOME, Demonstrate
nationally advertised attractive, mon-
ey-saving Tupperware. Part time $35-
$50 cash, full-time $75-$100 per week.
No experience or investments neces-
sary. Commission, car -necessary. Call
HlU 2-8547 or NO 3-5006 'for interview.
H37
WAITER, Small Fraternity. 3 meals
daily, 6 days week. NO 2-0994. H35
LOCAL CHURCH seeking pt. time par-
ishi visitor, good wages. Send quali-
fications to Box 23 of the Daily. H33

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C-TED STANDARD SERVICE
FRIENDLY SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS
It is fall change over time. Time to
check your cooling system and put in
ATLAS PERMA-GUARD anti-freeze.
South University & Forest
NO 8-9168
82
SAM-It's Poppin on Nov. 11, will you
take me, Jan. F14
MICHIGRAS MEN shall never vanquish'd
be until Great Musket men in Mud-
bowl shall come against them. (Fri-
Day- 4:00). F17
DAILY STAFFER David Marcus if I
receive $25 from each fraternity, $500
from IQC and $1,000 from the Union.
Deftiess work guaranteed. Box 18, 420
Maynard. F18
THE BAT Association of Texas won't
meet for several days. F17
EVER TRIED the Philippino Bamboo
Pole Dance ? ? ? You can-at the In-
ternational Talent Demonstration with
audience participation at 2:30 P.M.,
Sat., Nov. 11 in the Union Ballroom.
Part of World's Fair. F20
Don't be a PLINhead, vote Nov. 7 or 8,
S.G.C.' elections. F21
J. H. You are right. The Great pump-
kin landed yesterday. Like the man
once said, "Life is to be fortified by
many friendships-To love and to be
loved is the greatest happiness of
existence." Thanks-Fred. P28
STUDENTS, do the growing pangs of
hunger haunt your every day? Then
take in a "Schwabenburger" and
drive them quickly away . . Schwa-
ben Inn, 1.15 Ashley. F35
FRENCHY-Yes, I will go out with
you Saturday night. Cecilia. P22
J'ACK be nimble,
Jack. be quick
Jack jumped over the candlestick.
And Musket has an offense odor.
Smell Musket go down to defeat at
the hands of the Michiras Central
Committee in the first annual Mich-
MUSK Bowl, tomorrow, 4:15 in the
Mudbowl. F6
DAHLING, you must come to Hyde
Park, Really, everyone does. Today,
Diag, 3:00. P11
KNIT 1, Pearl 2, Barry J. Yoo-Hoo
P23
THE ALPHA XI's clean up after parties,
the Pi Phi's soap windows. F24
PHOTOS by Bud-Mor, fast, dependable
service, reserve your photographer
now for Father's week-ends, pledge
formals, and Christmas dances. Phone
Bud-Mor Agency, NO 2-6362. F50
MRS. STRACHEN, I hope that you
didn't collect any of your Great
Pumpkin money. You and the Dean
shouldn't pull stunts like that.
The Mo. F28
NANCY, I love you, I love you, I love
you. But why didn't the lions roar
when we walked past last night. P27
COAT (black) mix-up at 411 E. Wil-
liams, Oct. 27. Jan Schwartz, 18201
Rutherfbrd, Detroit, VE 7-3659. F9
HEY YOU-did you lust walk by that
pledge collecting for the JIFk FRESH
AIR CAMP BUCKET DRIVE? Give
something. F4
Hear the greatest sound ever1 Drop
a quarter in the JFIC-& Jr. Pan-
handle FRESH AIR CAMP BUCKET
DRIVE. Nov. 2-4. F3
DIAMONDS WHOLESALE. From our
mines'to you, Robert Haack, Diamond
Importers, 201 S. Main St., NO 3-0653.
F30
BOL WEEVILS, Ann Arbor. Fabulous
Dixie-land band, now accepting book-
ings for late fall and early winter.
Bud-Mor Agency, 1103 S.U. NO 2-6362.
P53

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MEN AND WOMEN WANTED
Male and female subjects for psychological experiments
involving taking of drugs. Must be age 21 or over.
$1.25 per hour
Subject must be able to provide approx. one 12-hour
block of time.
Call Mental Health Inst. - NO 3-1531, Ext. 7410

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