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TIE MICIGAN DAI I

FRIDAY, MAY 28.

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EKN Faculty
Rating Sheets
To Be Shown
Faculty rating sheets, drawn up
by Eta Kappa Nu, honorary engi-
neering faculty, are being filled in
by electrical engineering students
for the first time this semester.
Don Sagaser, retiring president
of Eta Kappa Nu, said the sheets
will be tabulated and distributed
to instructors and the head of the
electricaihengineering department.
Items included on the evalua-
tion sheets are: effectiveness of
the textbook used, value of the
course, instructor's ability to get
his material across, his knowledge
of the subject, attitude toward
students, logical presentation of
the subject, interest and enthus-
iasm of the instructor, ability to
make material interesting, and the
amount of time spent in prepara-
tion of assignments.

OPINION POLL:
Survey Obtains Accurate Samplings

U' Scholarships Announced

(EDITOW'S NOTE: The following is
an interpretative article on tle tech-
niques and purposes of the Bureau of
Student Opinion, whose extensive
survey on campus issues has appear-
ed in The Daily this week.)
By MARY STEIN'
In its survey, the Bureau of
Student Opinion had three objec-
tives.
First, it sought to demonstrate
that conducting statistically re-
liable and valid surveys of Univer-
sity student opinion was practical.
Determined Attitude
Second, it sought to determine
student attitudes and levels of in-
formation on specific issues sub-:
mitted for study by organizations:
like The Daily, the Union, and the1
League, who wanted information
to aid them in forming plans and+
policies.
Third, the survey provided stu-
dents of Study Design in Survey
Research a laboratory in which

methods of survey work could be
tested in actual practice.
By Volunteer Groups
Students to be polled were se-
lected by modern random sam-
pling procedures. It was5deter-
mined that a sample of 500 stu-
dents would be more than satis-
factory for obtaining valid re-
sults. In other words, one student
out of 35 at the University would
be interviewed. This 1,'35 ratio
would theoretically yield a sample
of 563. providing an even greater
"margin of safety."
Every 35th Student
After the size of the student

ple size was exceeded, it was de-
cided to work with the sample af-
ter every care was taken that no
minority group was excluded.
This method proved singularly
successful in obtaining an accu-
rate. representative sample of the
campus population. Comparisons
made between the proportion of
veterans to non-veterans and be-
tween the proportion of men to
women in the entire University
population and in the fractional
survey group revealed close agree-
ment.
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Announcements of the winners
of the Emna M. and Florence L.
Abbot scholarships for the Uni-
versity year 1948-49 were made
yesterday by Dean Erich A. Wal-
ter, chairman of the Committee on
University. Scholarships.
The scholarships of $500 each,
were awarded to Carol M. Hug-
gins, '491 and Phyllis M. Smith, '49.
Also announced was the award-

ing of the Eugene G. Fassett
scholarships to Leroy E. Barber,
'50E, Lillian M. Miller, '51 and
Merliii C. Townley, '48. These
aTards carry a stipend of $150
each.
Another award winner is Jay
P. Sanford. '49, who received the
Elwood Croul Scholarship for out-
standing scholastic and extracur-
ricular activities.

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sample was decided, the

Bureau,

OUR BEST SELLERS ON
COLUMBIA RECORDS
A Check List of Fine Rlecor'dings
High in P'opular Favor

starting with a random number
between 1 and 35, chose for inter-
viewing every 35th student from
cards in University files. The
sample finally obtained contained
529 students, six per cent below
the expected figure.
However, since the desired sam-

POPULAR & TALENTED
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

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WANTED TO BUY

WANTED: English bicycle, man or wo-
man's. Call 2-8309. )50
HELP WANTED

TOPPER SALE
A group of, all-wool toppers
reduced 20%. $35-f40 now $29
$26-$30 now $19. Sizes 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET

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EXPERIENCED saleslady for ready-to-
wear department. Full and part
time. Apply in person. RANDALL'S,
306 S. State. )95
SUMMER employment in Ann Arbor
for young man, with basic knowledge
of hand tools, as handy-man's help-
er. P.O. Box 373. )37
WANTED: Commercial pianist, dance
and general experience Must be un-
ion. Most attractive summer engage-
ment starting June 28 Till Sept. 5.
Top pay and a real vacation. )49
FOR RENT
CLEAN COMFORTABLE double room
and suite near Burns park. Summer
session only. Ph. 2-1600. )6c
ROOMS for male students. Summer
and fall term. One blocksfrom cam-
pus. 808 Oakland. ) 5b
LARGE DOUBLE room for summer
only. Call 2-3481 or 6938. )72
NICE DOUBLE room near campus for
graduate girls for summer. Twin
beds. 829 Tappan Ave. 8321. ) 6a
WILLOW VILLAGE: 1 bedroom apt.
completely furnished for rent TO
VETERAN for 8 wks. summer school
period for $100. Electric refrigerator.
bottled gas stove. See to appreciate.
1593 Sudbury Ct. after 6 p.m. )4a
ROOMS for summer semester, one
block from campus, call at 802 Oak-
land, ask for Mrs. Domm )93
ROOMS: For summer and fall semes-
ters. Three blocks from campus. Call
2-8309. )85
DOUBLE ROOMS for summer and fall.
Near campus. 714 E. University. )75'
APT., 3 rooms, Willow Village, June
5-Se$t. 15 919 W. Lynn Ct., off Holmes
Rd. ) 26
APT: Veteran couple. Single or one
child. Summer months only. Write
Box 121, Michigan Daily. )32
ROOM for summer, new house, ad-
joining bath. 413 Forest, Rm. 5. )36
AVAILABLE for summer. Four furnish-
ed rooms. Recently redecorated. Low
rent. 1115 Southwick, Willow Run.
Evenings. )41
FIVE vacancies for summer - fra-
ternity house 1 block from campus
$5.50 week. Call house manager 4183.
)48
ROOMS FOR RENT: 3 Blocks from
campus. 722 Packard Tel. 8155. )57
WOMAN GRADUATE student, quiet
responsible. To share apartment for
one year, beginning June 15. Phone
2-4636 at noon or after 5. )56
APARTMENT FOR TWO for summer
only. Stove and icebox. One block
from campus. Call Bob or Sandy.
2-0113. )52

1/4 OFF on all cashmeres
1/3 OFF on all wool cardigans
CAMPUS SHOP
305 South State Street

Pack your vacation bags
with a tub-able, wrinkleproof
shantung dress or suit. Then add
a dash of Bemberg sheer for sheer-
ness on dressy occasions plus a
socony ciella jersey casual dress that
won't muss - and you'll travel well
in the best circles. All priced $10.95
to $29.95.
THE ELIZABETH DILLON SHOP
309 South State Street )
JEWELRY, Watches, clocks, diamonds.
Assorted Greeting Cards. A. Spring,
Jeweler, 221 S. 4th Ave. Ph. 4834. )4
BATHING SUITS - PLAYSUITS
Cottons. Lastex, Jerseys - 1 and 2 piece
SMARTEST HOSIERY SHOPPE
Michigan Theatre Building )7
TOPPER SALE
A group of all-wool toppers
reduced 20(. $35-$40 now $29,
$26-$30 now $19. Sizes 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )23
FOR SALE

WANTED TO TRADE
TELEVISION: FM-AM-VIC Receiver for
Green stuff. Excellent for social
club. Leaving town, must liquidate,
$200 off. Ph. 2-8601. )40
ROOM AND BOARD
COED: Would you like a pleasant room
and good meals in a nice Ann Arbor
home in exchange for a reasonable
amount of house work? Reply Box
118, The Daily and an interview will
be arranged. )69
BUSINESS SERVICES
COTTON BLOUSE SALE
group of cotton blouses reduced
20%. White eyelet peasant blouses,
broadcloths and batistes.
sizes 30-36. 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )22
LAUNDRY-Washing and ironing dont
in my home. Free pickup and deliv-
ery. Phone 25-7708. )43
ALTERATIONS-RESTYLING-- Cust-
om clothes. Hildegarde Shop, 109 E.
Washington, Telephone 2-4669.E)87
TYPING: Theses, term papers, ad-
dresses. Duplicating: notices, form
letters, programs. A2 Typing Serv-
ice,e208 Nickels Arcade, Ph. 9811. )28
TYPEWRITERS
Sold - Rented - Repaired
Free pickup and delivery.
Office Equipment Service
111 S. Fourth - Ph. 2-1213 )68
PERSONAL
COTTON BLOUSE SALE
group of cotton blouses reduced
20%. White eyelet peasant blouses,
broadcloths and batistes.
sizes 30-30, 9-15.
COUSINS ON STATE STREET ) 1

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MISCELLANEOUS
SUMMER openings in licensed day
nursery for infants and toddlers. Call
8293, days only. )2a
LOST AND FOUND
COTTON SALE
A group of cotton dresses reduced
20%. $14.95 now $11.96: $10.95 now
$8.76 etc. Sizes 9-15. 10-18
COUSINS ON STATE STREET )25
LOST: Brown-striped Scheaffer pen in
Rm. D, HH last Thursday. Please call
Lida Dailes, 2-0379.
TRANSPORTATION
LEAVING June 1 for northern Cali-
fornia via Wyoming. Would like two
passengers to share expenses and
driving. Call 5870 after 6 p.m. )45
RIDE WANTED afternoon June 2 by
student, wife and daughter to
vicinity of Ft. Wayne, Ind. Share
expenses and driving. Ph. Ypsi.
3514J11. )2b
LEAVING for California around June
1. Would like male student who can
help drive. A.G. Soop, 445 S. Huron,
Ypsi. Phone 485 )33
WANTED: Riders to San Francisco.
Leaving June 4. Phone 8283. )34
DRIVING TO OREGON. Leaving June
3rd. Ext. 2195, Mrs Brant. )51
WANTED TO RENT
COUPLE DESIRE apartment in or near
Ann Arbor. Immediate occupancy.
Write Box 120, Michigan Daily. )4c
SMALL APT. June 15 to Aug. 15. Cen-
trally located. Phone 23968 after 6.
)Ic
TWO athletes desire donble room. Fall
term. Call Jim or Russ, 2-1586 after
6. )42
EXCHANGE: Adult couple will ex-
change desirable 2 room apt. in De-
troit for unfurnished apt. or flat in
Ann Arbor. Call Tyler 7-1787 after
7:00 p.m. )54
SMALL furnished apartment near cam-
pus by quiet couple, non-smoking
drinking. Local references. Call Tom
9553 evenings to 9 or write Box 116,
Michigan Daily. )51
SMALL apartment, preferably unfurn-
ished. Fall occupancy but willing to
lease immediately. Call Miss Oster,
9388. )38
EXCHANGE wanted immediately. Will
sublet 2 bedroom furnished apart-
ment suburb Washington, D.C., in
exchange for 2 or 3 bedroom apart-
ment or house Ann Arbor. Write 3717
Lyons Lane, Alexandria, Va. )44
LARGE apartment or house for June
and July by former Ann Arbor resi-
dents. Phone 4056. )46
TWO PRE-MED Men, Juniors, want
rooms or apt. for fall. Location not
important. 2-5553, Mr. Aronson. )47
Continuous From 1 P.M.
Today & Saturday
%S
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Rarbara
BRITTON.

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27862. )9a
LAST CHANCE for a good buy in new
golf clubs - see them at 1320 North
University, near Forest. )5a
STEEL wardrobe. Good condition. Ph.
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BABY furniture: 3-yr. bed, mattress;
chest of drawers, high chair and pad;
play pen, pad. 6764. )27;
MARTIN Imperial trumpet, excellent
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