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THEMICHIGANDAILY

Department
To Conduct
City Survey
A survey, conducted under the
auspices of the City Planning De-
partment, will begin today in the
north central area of Ann Arbor
planned for an urban renewal
project.
Forty-one trained volunteer in-
terviewers will participate. Socio-
economic information is expected
from approximately 194 families
who will be contacted on a random
sampling basis.
Questionnaires were formulated
by Mrs. Angus Campbell, chair-
man of the relocations subcom-
mittee of the Citizens Committee
on Urban Renewal, and by Mrs.
Kenneth Magee in consultation
with the Survey Research Center.
The questionnaires ask for infor-
mation on population character-
istics, family expenses, income and
attitudes concerning housing and
urban renewal.
Monday afternoon, letters from
Ann Arbor's mayor, Prof. Samuel
J. Eldersveld of the political sci-
ence department, were sent out to
the people who will be contacted.
"Your participation is, of course,
voluntary, but we sincerely hope
you will wholeheartedly support
and co-operate in this vitally im-
portant survey," Eldersveld said.

Interviewers Favorably Received

University survey specialists re-
port that for the most part Ameri-
cans like being interviewed about1
attitudes toward economy, family
relationships, and other subjects.
Public response to the inter-
viewers is almost invariably favor-
able, the University has found,
although the subject matter covers
a wide range of topics.
Indian Expert
To Give Talk
"Romance and Poetry in Indian
Painting" will be discussed by
William J. Archer, keeper of the
Indian Section in the Victoria and
Albert Museum, London, England,
today at 4:15 p.m., Aud. A, Angell
H 11.
rcher will illustrate his talk
with colored slides of miniature
paintings from the foothills of the
Himalaya Mountains, according to
Prof. James M. Plummer of the
Fine Arts Department.
Sponsored by the Fine Arts De-
partment as part of the University
lecture series, Archer's talk will be
open to the public.
Daily Classifieds
Bring Results

Fewer than one person in 10
interviewed in the report declared
they would not want to be inter-
viewed another time, while nine in
ten found the experience interest-
ing and three-quarters felt they
would enjoy being interviewed
again.
From time to time, the Univer-
sity checks reactions to its field

section of 200 interviewers over
the country to assure continuance
of the high standards of its'scien-
tific survey research.
"The Respondent Reports on the
Interview," an article by Charles
F. Cannell and Morris Axelrod of
the Survey Research Center, pub-
lished in the American Journal of
Sociology, amplifies these findings.

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DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH
presents -'
A chance to see a "NEW" play
by Shakespeare
"Love's Labor's Lost"

("'Tis Folly To Study" or

"Cupid's Revenge")

by William Shakespeare

TODAY, FRIDAY,
8:00

AND SATURDAY
P.M.

Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Tickets $1.50, $1.10 and 75c
Box Office Open Now

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the following Ann Arbor Merchants

I was placed under arrest at
Guadalajara. Case of mistaken
identity. The locals thought
I was a rum-runner, name of,
Pepe Sanchez. Luckily, my
Van Heusen sport shirt and,
matching walking shorts
proved to them that I was a
Yank.
I needed a quick one,'so I
floated into a tank joint in my
Van Heusen leisure coordi-
* nates and ordered a V-8 on
the rocks. Then I saw her..
"Pepe!" she called. She
musta been talking to me--
and I wasn't going to knock it.
"Si, Chiquita," and I fol-

Little did Chiquita know
that my Van Heusen sport
shirt had Collarite sewn-in
stays.-Nobody was going to
substitute microfilm for my
microthin stays ... because
my stays can't come out....
even in laundering.
The door flew open. A man
stood there in flashy, ill-fitting
yellow walk shorts with a pink
sport shirt. Except for the
guy's scroungy leisure clothes,
he coulda been my twin.
"Get him Pepe !" said
Chiquita.
He jumped me-and in the
ensuing struggle, I stabbed

Ace Dry Cleaners
Ace Laundry
Anderson Paint Company
Ann Arbor Bedding Company
Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce
Ann Arbor Motor Sales & Service
Ann Arbor Retail Merchants Assn.
Arthur Murray Studio
Artificial Ice Company
Bay's Arcade Jewelry Shop
Bee Nickels Shop
Benz, Carroll Real Estate
Blue Front Cigar Store
Camelet Brothers
Campus Bike and Toy Shop
Capitol Cleaners

Daisy Market
Del Rio Cafe v
Deluxe Pastry Shop
Dieg Studio of Photography
Dixie Shop
Douglas Harris Jewelry
Englander's
Fenn Drugstore
Follett's Book Store
Fred Burton Abstract
Fred Tank Barbers
Gage Linen Shop
Gold Bond Cleaners
Goodyear's
Helen Beuhaua Candy Store
Hertler Brothers

Kay's Drapery
Kay Jay Shop
Karl John Beauty Salon
Kenmore Restaurant
Kesse l's
Kresge's 5 and 10
John Leidy
Liberty Music Store
Little Shop
Louise Flower Shop
Mademoiselle Shop
Maynard and Seeger
Metzger's
Moe Laundry
Morril l's
Mt. Vernon Shop

Round Table
Saffell and Bush
Sam's Store
Saunder's Frames
Schwaben Inn
Slater's Book Store
Steeb Brothers Market
Stein Cleaners
Stein and Geoetz
State Drugs
State Street Barbers
Taggerts' Service
Topa Woodcraft
Varsity Cleaners
The Virginian Restaurant

Waaner Comoanv

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