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August 30, 1963 - Image 17

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Hearing, Marches Spark Debate on Housing

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Meredith Encourages Self-Help

-Daily-Bruce Taylor
HOMEOWNERS' CHART--The above nap shows the racial pattern of housing in Ann Arbpr. Each dark area indicates that at least
one Negro lives in that block. At the bottom of the map is Church Road; on the left is MapleRoad; Huron Street runs through the
middle and the right-hand boundary is about two blocks east of Forest Street. Most of the city's Negro population is concentrated to
the northwest of the Huron-Main Streets Intersection. The map was prepared by the Ann Arbor Board of Realtors, wlhich opposes the
proposed fair housing ordinance.

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Speech Clinic
Shifts Quarters
The Speech Clinic last week
moved its facilities to Victor
Vaughn Bldg., located in the Medi-
cal Center area.
The clinic for 26 years had been
located on 1007 E. Huron St. until
its research, training and service
activities began to outgrow its ac-
commodations.
The transfer was made after
Vaughn was abolished by the Uni-
versity as a small women's dormi-
tory.
Welcome Sludenis
and University Personnel
to the newly remodeled
U-M BARBERS
(near Kresze's)

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