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PAGE TWO

TiHE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1925

ThURSDAY. APRIL 30. 1925

LEADERHS S'OU6HT
FOR S.C.A. CAMP'

by Y. M. C. A. secretaries and proba-I
tin and welfare bureau officers areI
calftrtained at the camp.
{Lincoln, Nebraska, April 29.-Five
Nebraska students who left for
Venezuela in February have been as-
signed to detail work in mapping the
geological structure around Lake
Maracaibo.I

LA WI YEAR BOOIK ture of the book. Photographs of the Prof. Edson R. Sunderland of the Law
160 members of the club with a short school.
W ILL FEA T I RE { article accompanying each, in addi- Copies of the book will be given to
' tion to several pages of snapshots all club members who have paid their
ILLUSTRA ONO, will form the main content of the ' dues, while 140 additional copies will

E. L. Verbiler, ':'6U, Appointed
Take Chklrge of Physical
Training

toI

.ublication.{
Illustrations of the Lawyers' club' The book will also contain severalj
building and the members of Ihe or- articles by faculty members and stu-
ganization will compose the major dents. Dean Henry M. Bates of the
part of the Law yearbook, which will Law school has contributed a short
b~e off the press and placed on distri- article, while a story comparing the
j ution within the next three weeks.1 Lawyers' club with similar institu-
The book will be the 'first annual tions in England has been written' by

PLAN "TAG DRAY MAY 5
Appointment of K~ L. Vernier,'26Ed,s
as physical: director of the Studenti
Christian Dissociation Fresh Air camp,
which is being organized for its fifth
summer, has been announced by lien- I
sis Likert, '26k, superintendent of this
year's camp. Tag day, which is an--
nually held on the campus for the
purpose of collecting money for the
support of the camp, is scheduled for l
next Tuesday, May 5._1
All students who wish to apply for
postions as camp leaders are request-
eOd to consult wili Likert from 1 to 2.
o'clock on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I
All expenses of the leaders are paid.
Four ten-day p~eriods, with more than
,100 boys at the camp for each of thesej
periods, have been arranged for thisl
summer. Leaders can sign up for one
or all of these periods.
Preparations are already being
made at the camn site for the opening-
on June 22. Each Saturday groups of
students are sent to the camp which
is located on Lake Patterson, 25 miles
northwest of Ann Arbor. Boys be-
tween the ages of 12 and 18, chosen

Patronize B~ally Ad erdsers - it
9tys.-Atdv. "
ALL EXPENSES
INCLUDED ~

h e available to other students. Stu-
dents desiring a copy are requested
to place their orders at once. The
price of the book Is $2.50.
Vienna, April 29.-The Austrian of-I
ficial discount rate has been.- reduced
from 13 to 11 per cent.
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puiblication of the club.
IMore than 20 illustrations of the
building, many of which will be full-
~page pictures, will be the main fca-
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Before Booking
for EUROPE
Send for the NORTH GERMAN
LLOYD booklet-
"2qEuropean~hurs"
for the Professor, Student and
Teacher aind kindredTourists.The
unusual attractive TOURIST
CLASS accomodations of three
fine steamers are exclusively
reserved.
Prom New Yorkj
S. VentAna, June 13
Bremen, June.25
Muenchen; Jun~e 30
(Midnight)
From Brenton
Bremen, Aug. 15
Mkluenchen, Auig. 29
(Frsae d England oft day later.)
(One Way) (Round Trip)
anid upwawt
One of the 29 Tours Offered:
I'days on theS
Continent
Travelling by the NORTH
GERMAN LLOYD will double
your pleasure because of the world
famous service, attention and
cuisine.
Address :
.to forth LaSalle St., Chicag'o, Ill.
or any local S. S. Agent
NORTH
G.ERMANL LOY

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