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THE MICH-IGCAN rATTY '

-_. " SUNDAY, MARCH- 27, 19!1

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BOOKLET ISSUED ON
BOYS SUMMER CAMP
S. C. A. D~escribes Activ ities O Six
Year Old' Camp Supervised And
Sponsored By Association
MOVING PICGTURES TAKEN
In a booklet issued by the Student
Christian association recently, the ac-
tivities which were carried on at the
fresh air r.amp, supervised by the
association, Cre described. The campI
was etabi~ six years ago and has
increased . en in the number of
under-privxl4: e boys which it takes
care of ev ~iimer.
Last su 14b period of camp-
ing was cdtd~ into three parts of
twelve days' e. More thanl 350 boys'
were take'~cI of in this way. Thes
boys wfier e.to'en from the cities o,
Detroit,. An bor, and Jackson and
were take#to Patterson lake on bulses
or interurbas and buses. The method
of selecting .the under-priviledged
boys who atteied the camp was not
wholly satisfatory, but an attempt
to improve the characters of the boys
who Were sent to the camp. It. is
hoped that ths. year older boys will
be found to 'spend their vacations
there arrival of the buses at the
point earest the camp, the boys dis-
embari and march for two miles to
the cam . Immediately upon arriving
at the camp, the boys are assembled
in the dining lodge where their in-
structions are given them and they
are divided Into groups to occupy the
various tents where they stay while
in the camp.:Each one is given a
thorough physical. eamination at the
start and any trouble that is encoun-
tered thereafters taken 'care of im-
meiately..,Tbere.*are frequent sprains
and cuts which paused the doctor last
summer ,to got~ from 20 to 30 calls
every day. Any-,serious sickness which
camne up was "taken care of at either
the Hleath service in Ann Arbor or
at the UniveRsity hospital.
Hikes periods were conducted, in
which the oys went out on trips
looking f~zp specimens of plants in.
which th=ad been instructed. Base-
ball, Vll hall, and a treasure hunt
were soxea;f the gaes which the
boys eng 'd in. A library is carried
and this made use of during the
spare ti 01ofthe boys.
Special ae was taken of the boys
when b ey here in or on the water.
They "wex, ways accompanied by a
leader. W ~'boating and four life
guards we i hand during the swim-
mning pe 4Ie only time when the
boys were a lloed to swim or be in
the water;p
Moving sitt~ taken at the camp
last sum o 4~ now. being shown
at the fraterityr houses : on..the cam.
pus., Arran g}iits for them may be
Made by c li* Theodore R. Horn-
berger, '27, s lpikntendent of the fresh
air camp fr t summer, or Homer
Grafton, cr4r of the Student
Christian association. Anyone interest-
ed in becoming a leader at the camp
can; also arrange with either of these
.men.
RABINOFF IS FIRST NOT
COACH1ED BY TRUIEBLOOD
Ellizabeth Rabinoff, 27, who was
last Jkriday night selected to repre-
sent the University in the Northern
Oratorical league, will be the first
Michiagn orator in more than 40 years
that will be coached by Prof. Thomas
"C. Trueblood, who retired last fall
from the public speaking department.
I.It is our earnest wish tog
make our stations more thanj
just places to purchase gas- f

line and oil.
Whether you need to buy
anything or not, we want you
to feel free to drop in for those
little services which we are
only too glad to do for you.
IT IS OUR PRIVILEGE TO
SE~RVE YOU.
The
Michigamme
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HAROLD Iqll
LLOYD

HEART BEATS MAGNIFIED BY NEW
DEVICE OF PENNS YL VANIA DOC TOR

ROGERS TO SPEAK
ON REINCARNATION
L. WV. Rogers, national president of i
he Americani Theosophical society,1
w~ill lecture on Reincarnat ion at 8:15
Satur day, April 2, in Lane hall. Tlhe
speaker believes that the fool and the;
genius are neither accidents of nla-
tune or deliberate creations of God,I
and w~ill present the view of reincar-
niat ion as bringing the facts of science
and philosophy together with the
highest religious thought,
Mr. Rogers has been head of thei
American Theosophical Society forj
t he east seven year's andi is one of"
tihe most widely known exponents of!
theosophly in the U'nited States.

WILL-

YOU

PAY

$45-.00 for a good touring car or rc
has good tires, top and a motor
fine?
We have plenty good buns down
sure will pay you to look them ova

Dr". Clarence J. . 4.11!ile (ter isi)
stetliephone to students.
PHILADELPH-IA, March 27- Doc-
tors used to apply their stethescopesil
to the patient's hearts and listen care-j
fully for beats and mnurmurs. Today,+
one~ thousand medical students can sit!
in a large Iroom and hear the heart
heats of a. weak, sick patient with-
out any apparatus in their ears, with
the combination of stethoscope" and!
radlio engineering which has brought
about the new stethephone.
Thle newest st ethephone, which was
just introduced at the U~niversityV of
Pennsylvania. hospnital by iDr. Clarencef
J. Gamble, of the medical school, and
others who worked with him, does
away with the necessity for indlividual'
receivers. The latest type stethephone
is six feet long and four feet high

4~~ MEETING DATE ANNOUNCED
.. ;.. . g to' i: y:'.1(11n t onebanzqutet be-;
4 . -'r: ."fe.' ": . .x'..,.r :..:. .
..........*.;:r" :;::>:>> f:>:' ng held the we ek of the regular
Ff:: .. fleetin::: : ::: g o the Students 'Press club.,
the mneeting has been adlvanced1 to
Wednesday night of this week. WV. B.
S shiown e nt~iiirslto h Stout, one of the prominent figures
in the airplane indlustry, has been en-
with two large horns. g a ged as the speaker. Mr. Stout is a.
With the new arrangement the ,class (roimer newspaperman.
can sit in their seats and make charts
of the sounds as they come booming ILLINOIS-Kappa. Delta i initiated
out. 11 members here.
TIr Q
GIFTS FOR EASTER
We have a large assortment of Easter baskets and candies for
the kids. Alsoa large. selection of Easter Greeting Cards, favors,
place cards, etc.
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