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July 16, 1975 - Image 31

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Wednesday, July 16, 1975
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Nineteen
Fairs highlight summer
(continued from Page 1) trants As a result, participants, But this year, for- the first
Explaining that the five-year- entering on a first-come, first- time, an effort was made to co-
old offshoot of the Street Fair served basis are now asked to ordinate the three fairs through
has now been accepted as an pay a $30 fee for booth space
established entity, White said, located either on E. University a Mayor's Art Fair Committee
"Our part of the Fair has gained or on Main Street. in a move to get people to work
a reputation of its own for hav- White reasoned "To have a together. The Committee is bas-
ing a great variety of displays fair which is organized and cul- icatly concerned with the prob-
and people enjoy its spon- turally worthwhile in any form lem of non-registered displayers.
taneity." other than a circus" there must
be limitations set. "NOBODY wants to go out
"WE ARE no longer regarded FOR SOME time the Street and bust heads during this fair,"
as just a band of disorganized Fair organizers "felt that the Frenza said, "but on the other
hippies or poachers," she added. Free Arts Festival was capital- hand our biggest fear is that
However, the price for legiti- fair," noted Jim Frena, man- the people who used to patron-
macy has taken the form of izing on the succesA of their ize the fair might stop coming
limited fair size and imposed ager of community relations for because it has just gotten too
registration procedures upon en- the University big and out of control.
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