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Davis, summer training
r surveying students, will be
y the first party of students
on Saturday, June 3, accord-
of. C. T. Johnston, director
rp, and head of the geodesy
ying department of the Col-
igineering.
ther "years, the students at-
lie summer camp will be di-
two groups. The first group
Ann Arbor on Friday, June
rrive in camp the next day,
complete their work on Fri-
28. Since this group will
a Arbor just before the final
ons, its members will be
i accordance with scholastic
and number- of years in the
y. Enrollment in the first
1 be limited to seventy.
u Fletcher Drug Ca. and the Cushing
Drug Co..invie the inspection of

uer At Camp Davis
Second Group Starts July 31
The second group of students will
arrive in camp on Saturday, July 29,
and will start work on Monday, July
31. This group will complete its Work
on Friday, Sept. 22.
The eight week's term in summer
camp is required of all surveying stu-
dents, including those taking civil en-
gineering, forestry, and landscape de-
sign. One hundred and forty students,
it is estimated, will attend the camp
this summer.
All students who expect to attend
the camp are required to enroll with
the secretary of the College of Engin-
eering. Fees for the summer period
must be paid at the treasurer's ,office
before leaving for camp.
Prof. Merriek Back
Prof. H. B. Merrick, '98E, a member
of the geodesy and surveying depart-
ment faculty from 1993 to 1918, will
return from China in time to join the
staff of Camp Davis. this summer.
Professor Merrick has been on leave
of absence for four years and has been
engaged in engineering in China. Dur-
'ing the first two years of this time,
Professor Merrick was connected with
the improvement of the Grand Canal
and the attempt to reduce flood haz-
ards along the Yellow river. Since
then, he has been connected with the
improvement of the river system in
the Chihli province, with headquarters
at Tiensin.
The staff of Camp Davis for this
summer will include Prof. C. T. John-
ston, director; p9rof. H. B. Merrick,
Prof. H. Bouchard, Prof. H. Brodie,
and Prof. T. J. Mitchell, Mr. H. J. Mc-
Farlan, Mr. H. W. Slack, two teach-
ing assistants, three student assist-
ants, a representative from the Uni-
versity Health service, and Mr. John
Bonin, who will be in charge of instru-
ments.
Building operations at Camp Davis
will be restricted this summer becar'se
of lack of funds. An office building
for use in computation and map draw-
ing and a boat harbor were construct-
ed last summer. A second office build-
ing will be erected, if possible.

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London, Feb. 28.-Recognition by
Great Britain of the independence of
Egypt and genuine self-government
for India are planks of the policy of
the British labor party as just defined
in an address delivered by Arthur
Henderson, secretary of that party
and member of Parliament.
Mr. Henderson's statement is re-
garded , as important because of the
growing strength of the Labor party
and the plans to hold a general elec-
tion next spring or sumer.
Mr. Henderson declared that labor
was out for a new international policy
founded on the principles of justice,
co-operation and good will.
Labor also stood in favor of a com-
prehensive League of Nations, a dras-
tip and progressive reduction in arm-
aments, prohibition of the export of
instruments of war by private manu-
facturers and against secret treaties
and the economic boycott.
Aerial Polo New Sport
Miami, Fla., March 1.-Aerial "polo"
is a new sport engaging the attention
of the doben or more aviators flying
land and seaplanes here and the air-
men to be successful in the game are
forced to resort to trick flying that
includes every stunt from Immelman
turn to the maple leaf drop.
Enroll In New Course
There are now 19 students enrolled
in the newly organized course of
teachers and supervisors for school
hygiene, physical education, and ath-
letics, according to figures given out
from the office of the Student Physical
Welfare department. Other figures
given from this office show that a
total of 128 students are now enrolled
for the course in General Hygiene I,"
which is the course given for students
outside the Medical, school.
Conduct Botany Experiment
An interesting department is being
conducted by Mr. Felix Gustafson of
the Botany department on a large
variety of beans. The purpose of this
is to measure the H-ion concentration
in juices from the leaves of the plants,
to determine whether or not there is
any relation between the disease re-
sistance and the concentration of H-

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