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WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1926

THE SUMMER MICHIUAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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TRAIN AT CUSE
To Be Gien lo Wiiners I Ii
toIlnpetitiollRn ,^
10 PLAN ATHLE'T'ICS F
CAMP ICUSTPRJuly 6.-on lhurs-,
day, July 8, nearly 1,000 yougini
living in the loweri peninsula of M1N ii
gan wil report here for thirty lays'
training. These boys have been cu-'XI
rolled in every community iln Michi
gan, and every city, town, village and
hamlet in the state will be represent-
ed by one or more boys. t
Colonel Raymond Sheldon, camp z
commnander, has received a itunber of
medals for the winners of the "ath-1
letic events, and these will be dis-
tributed toward the endl of the train-
ing season. In addition to the medalsa
there will be silver cups and gold
watches given as p~rizes to the best
athletes. The Detroit College of rrech- ,r 'j1
nology also offers a yejar's scholar-,
ship to the young man making the best1y
record in this year's camp, and the
Detroit Board of Education allows
each high school student attending
this year's camp the same credits as
are allowed a R. o. T. C. student for
his year's work in the R. 0. T. C.;
The young men will he met at Battle
Creek depots by officers and men of li siV t I i Va-W i i>tyin 'To 1:ty, ,tapa ii, has suc -
the Regular army next Thursday tes hni] -V:4 I . *1 (,I i IIU pc~~rjlllo1t wi thm a radio moie~t.
morning and taken to camp in busses Ph yt t~l it'll 1,1 IP tpartof i;ii)paratd'i Ius, b hwtich
where they will be assigned to q uar- PIOTf 1 1h ii ire Pl' t (I0(11 111ohescreen in anotherci.
ters and issued clothing and equip- n- 'lhNN xxor' na t ii I >ir itt \x d moioi'a less naturialIly after
ment. Students coming to camlp in lhe ra pi d ! 14'0(1 0 ta i 'lar '1 itai t' of t Ia 15Wi) 0mg'pietti ies over
automobiles will drive direct to camp t eegraj it'r<.
andl rep~ort direct to the officer in con--___ ________________________
mand of the C. M. T. C. immediately _
on th'eir arrival."
,Coone Sheldon and his officers-
have arranged everything for the = 2J
young trainees so that they can have FREA'
an enjoyable time, and get the Liliost =
beneficial results from their thirty
days in the training camp. Relatives=D i ng Ro
and friends of all the young men in
training are invited to visit the camp =8~)L~tWash1igton
and :see for themselves just what is be- =
ing taught the bo0ys. Any citizenl of I= ({eSo rmHi uioim
asked to remain in camp and see the ____________- _____ ________-ii1111111-.
daily program arranged for the young__________________________________
men of Michigan. I

1-IRSCH BERG, (hrmany.-Five livesI
were lo1st today when floods sweplt.
down thrtlui the kies ii (Ge})i Ao
Imountaii .5 andt] swept t'.' 'I) ?any;
An expeditiorn from the Amei'ican
MluseumIl()f -Natur'al History unearthed!
th)e botm s of a gigantic camnel in the
snake ceek t' ossil quiarries in) western
Nebraska as well as the teeth and
skulls of several apes.
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