THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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Are You a
At The Camp'
"Boys Are Boys"
Beds at th Fresh Air camp aro
straw ticks spread on the ground.
There are two blankets for each boy,
but they find sleeping much more en-
joyable when they make their beds
togeth'er, giving them three blankets
above and one beneath each. In one
of the tents were ten boys, and in the
natural course of acquaintance they
paired off. One of the boys was a
little Negro, and in order for all to
sleep "double", it became incumbent
on one of them to sleep with hii. No
objection was raised that night, but
during the process of preparing for
inspection the next morning, the little
fellow who had slefit with the colored
boy approached the leader and asked
if he couldn't be changedf to somea
other bunk. When the leader offered
to investigate among the other tent
leaders to discern whethier other ar-
rangements could be made, the littlef
fellow withdrew his request, saying,
"No, if I have to move out of your
tent, I'll stay. here.".
Typical Nature-Study Outing
Not at all lileely that you arc.
But if it so happens that tou are "up"
You will appreciate the unrivaled beauty
of the gems now on display at
typical scene at a Fresh Air street children. Swimming, boating,
p. Psychologists and students of fish-ing, biking, and a thousand and
in nature all agree that ten days one other valuable and enjoyable oc-
place of this character would cupations are provided for the chil-
e a new boy, and consequently a dren of the streets for the small cost
man, out of the most caloused of of ten dollars for ten days.
e institution of the Fresh Air That the cost of such great benefit
P was recognised by the nation's should be so small is -an indication of
table organizations as being one the gratis work being done. Leaders
e most valuable of the means of are needed, and students may filnd'
ring the conditions of humanity. valuable occupation at the camp.
"Dad" Lockwood, one of tire most i given regularly every year, and which
popular and interesting of the older is popular with the boys at. the insti-
leaders of boys, who was at the camp tution. The life of the fresh air and
for some time last year, showing the exercise is considered by physicians
boys how to put captured specimens everywhere as the best cure for un-
in the "Dennis" box. This is part of happiness and ill-health which could
the course in. outdoor life which is be obtained.
Included in the special programs of- have exhibited much interest in the
[ered to the children at the camp are matters of natural science. Leaders of
several trips of this nature, and the national reputations are often obtain-
subject matter which they treat varies ed, and always the boys are under the
greatly. All of the children so far instruction of competent elders.
CARSL F. BAY
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Follow n¢ a Student thru the Event of the]
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8.00 a no
11:00 a. m.
The student gets up for another hard
Monday. As he dresses he realizes that he
has not sent his Mother flowers for Mother's
Cn his way to class thc student admires
The student is all dressed by
now and he is on his way to
one Hof those detestable eight
the consistency that the
A, few classes arc over for one day at
least and the student desires to see a few action
But why let this unfortunate circumstance
worry him, because he knows that there is one
place in town that will right all negligence of
this sort. They are always ready with sug-
gestions. That place is
But he has to haye
breakfast so he naturally goes
has placed its three stroes to serve the stu-
711 North University Avenue
"Where they all go" to
dents and towns people of Ann Arbor.
student realizes that he _may stay at any of
his friends houses and still be comparatively
If he is a senior he takes advantage of
the unusual offer of three senio class pic-
near a very reliable store.
"A delightful meal any time of the day"
324 So. State St.
1103 So. University Ave.
tures for the,
price of one.
225 East Liberty
818 South State Street
After lunch the student retires to his room
and writes his Mother's Day letter.
easy because of his trusty Rider Masterpen.
He told her that he felt doubly sure of his
exams because he would not have to think of
his pen always functioning and that he would
2:30 p. m.
Passing along South University, the stu-
dent is attracted by the materials an lines of
LANGROCK clothes displayed in the win-
Van Boven Cress
1107 South University
He enters and greets "Pete" and "Brad"
who explain the special features and quality
of these clothes. Likewise he is greatly pleased
,;_h ti_;r, sw ;MnnrtaflQ Af men's furnh-
4:15 V. m.
5:00 p. m.
Most of the hard days work is over and
the student determines that he needs a little
So while he is down on State Street
he drops in on
And if that student happens to be a co-ed
she w1ll go down to
Pratt & Dunn
221 So. State St:
224 So. State Street
bring one home to dad.
He would buy it at
to look over the latest in Sporting:Goods.'
is attracted by the tennis rackets, but most
especially by the fine offer Jack Dunn makes on
And try on some of the new model Gage Hats.
She will be enthused with the recent creations
of late spring. And if the co-ed is a man or
woman both will go to
Tb. fif rnu
Rider's Pen Shop 1
a zonf outfit.
It is a complete outfit 'consisting