THE MCMGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MARCH S, 1957
TWO TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY I~'RIDAY, MARUR 5. 1937
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AYES DISCLOSES DETAILS:
'U' To Conduct Experiment in Pakistan
Lost Mackinac Island Deed
Placed in Clements Library
Pakistan will be the grounds for1
a Unixersity experiment to test
ways of improving economic and
technical aid programs through
Details for the project were dis-
closed today by Samuel P. Hayes,
Jr., consultant to University Sur-
vey Research Center. Hayes is
leaving Saturday for discussion of
the project in Karachi.
Professor Henry W. Rieken of
the University of Minnesota will
serve as field director.
The purpose of the program is
to determine how people of Paki-
stan view certain projects in a
present economic and technical
cooperation program and to sug-
gest improvements for these pro-
The experiment marks the first
time survey research techniques
have been applied to economic and
technical assistance programs.
The International Cooperation
Administration will finance the
experiment with a grant of $35,000
to the University Institute for So-
cial Research, parent organization
of the center.
Hayes on Leave
Hayes, currently on leave from
his position as director of the
Foundation for Research in Hu-
man Behavior, formerly served as
chief of the Economic Coopera-
tion Administration's mission in
Indonesia and as assistant director
of the Mutual Security Agency, in
charge of Far East programs.
In addition to gaining informa-
tion of immediate value, the pro-
ject offers an opportunity to im-
prove research methods and to
train personnel, a majority of
whom will be Pakistani. Survey
techniques used will be helpful in
gathering data about other phases
of public activity in Pakistan.
If the initial program is suc-
cessful, the ICA may finance sim-
ilar experiments in other nations.
DIAL NO 2-3136
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DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH AND
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC PRESENT
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY - 8:00 P.M. --- $1.75
MATINEE SATURDAY 2:30 P.M.--$1.00
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
FOUND AT LAST-Howard H. Peckham, Director of Clements
Library looks over the missing deed which sealed the purchase of
Mackinac Island by the British from the Indians.
By JANET WILCZEWSKI
The original deed certifying the
British purchase of Mackinac Is-
land, missing since 1781, was re-
cently located in Scotland and pur-
chased as a gift for the University's
British military forces at Fort
Michilimackinac (Mackinaw City)
acquired the island when the Bri-
tish commander of the northern
post during the American Revo-
lution decided to move the fort
from the mainland to the island
for greater protection against
Since the Indians maintained a
fishing village there, the British
purchased the island from the
Patrick Sinclair, the fort com-
mander, had two deeds drawn up,
dated May 12, 1781, and signed by
the five chiefs with their individual
One deed was sent to the gov-
ernor of Canada and is now in the
Canadian Archives. The other was
kept at Mackinaw.
The second deed, the original,'
may not have been considered im-
portant, yet it is more desirable
of the two in historical signifi-
cance and to the state of Michi-
gan because it bears a notation ofj
having been registered as a deed
This deed was either taken by
the departing garrison when the
British surrendered, Fort Macki-
nac in 1797, or taken in 1782 by
Sinclair as a souvenir when he re-
turned to his native Scotland.
However, it somehow crossed the
ocean, turned up in Scotland and
was found at a country auction
"The .deed is a historical docu-
ment that should be in the state
of its origin," Howard H. Peck-
ham, director of Clements Library
said. "Its return to Michigan and
to the library is highly welcomed."
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Phone NO 2-3241
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Argus C-3 color slide camera with
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WANTED-two girls to share spacious
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LOUIS ARMSTRONG CONCERT 1
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