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Sixth Sess'.,%opt of ,A . A. Unldertaking l
TolIle Be 1411;t Patterson Lake !
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IIPE TO RMdSE $5,000 1

SCENES TAKEN FROM S. C. A. RCREATION'AL SITE

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Next Tuesday members of campus
hronor societies and others will be i
seed, on the campus, selling tags for!
the financing of the Student Christian
association fresh air" camp. No detin-
ate quota has been -set this year but
it is hoped that inj-the neighborh~ood
of $5,000 will ~e donated by students I
to the fund.- Letters have already
been sent to fraternities and sorori-;.
ties on the campus, and to those who
h ave already contributed to the fund k.
tags have been sent.
This summer will be the sixth ses-
wian of, the camp.: It has come to beC
an institution. at the Student Chrs
tian association. Boys are chosenix
from the under-"privileged children ofj The upper photograph shows sour
rDetroit, Jackson 6and Ann Arbor and the lower is shown the row of tentsi
are given a vacation~ with all expenses from but to bus on their way to pat
paid except transpo 'tation. The camp
is hld t Pateron lke.Ann Arbor in another effort to stimu-1
The boys from Detroit, are trans- laecnrbtos
)forted, to the camp by means of buses,
interurbans and those from Jackson Insurance is taken out for every
by means of private cars and trucks, .boy that comes to the camp in order 1
and those from Ann Arbor take buses to protect the camp if anything hap-i
,from here. The leaders at the camp pens to any of the boys. *They are;
are either officials of the StudIent all watched carefully when in swim-
Christian association or University w ing, but it was felt that though every1
students who haver applied for posi- precaution is taken, the best plan wasI
tions. Many positions are still open to insure all the boys. Boys were!
for juniors and seniors, allowed in the boats only when ac-
Due to a large. donation which thef companied by a leader. In spite ofi
city of Hlamtramck has made to the{ this restriction, they were given plenty
tamp this year, more t4hii 100 of the ot opportunity to row. The swimhming1
300 will be chosen from that city. (director took every boy that he could1
Last summer' 355 boys were taken careI for a short tour of the chain of lakes I1
of in sections of about 120, each. Each in the camp motorboat.1
section remained at the camp for twoI Similar precautions were taken in
weeks. Tear boy was then returned the case of swimming. Four life-c
to his home and a new section was guards were provided last year, one1
taken in after_ an interval of two and in a boat, one on the dock, one in thec
one-half days..:Ouly' d few boys were; water and the swimming director was
kept for the whole season and a few i in the tower overlooking the beach.c
stayed in camp two weeks. A few( The boys were made to go in the water(c
of the boys also paid full expenseas in pairs and a careful check systemi1
for their stay.} ! was employed to make sure all' theI
The budget of the 'camp this year boys were out of the water when the
has been arranged on the basis of what'll swimming period was over. Instruc-
the expenses were last year. The tion was given every day to ncon-
total cost was $5990.85. A budget has swimmers. It is estimated that about!1
been, made out and approved by the 1100 boys learned how to swim while !I
committee in charge so as to~ cover at camp.
all the expenses. The work period at the camp con-
TlfoytgPictur-es Takent sisted of a little more than an hour
Motion pictures of. the camp were iafter breakfast. The boys were madIe
taken last year':anld, have been shown to realize that a certain amount of
at all the gatherings on the campus work had to be done to keep the boys!
thlat'could be reached. They will bei in condition and no work was used
shown soon at the movie houses in as a punishment. Tfhe leaders added

ne of the uderprivileged boys enjoyin themselves in
i n which the boys live, and on the low er right the boys

Patterson lake. On
are shown changing

tterson lake.

to the effectiveness of this system by)y
working with the boys.
Meals were served. at special times
but the boys were not mnade to go in
in any formation. Two boys from each
table servedl as "cookees," helping
with the setting of tables and the I
serving. In this the necessity for j
Swaiters was dote away with, and ool~y
a squad was kept in the kitchen.j
E -very leader tooks it upon hin>,el; tryo
instru-ct the boys in table manners,j
and it was noted that the boys wiho
had been at the camp for the ouminr
heforE ha:l much better nwanne) '±; han
those who were at the cam, Pfor the
first time.
Every boy was put through a.ptysi-
cal examination the day that tae UN
to camp. In this way aniy Contagious
diseases which the boys might have,
was guarded against, and it was found.j
out whether the boys had any serious
organic trouble which keep them tfroni
t all-ig part in the vigorous canmn pr--
gram.
The boys were divided ip a,' much;
a s po sible ini the order of thieir sire.
In this way athletic equality within
lodges was attainied, and it is fell that (
this h7elped the good feeling of tja4I

AT THE DETROIT THEATERS
The Night Club Classic
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IVY. s.t541.50
W e~l. )TatS0c.$.0
SHU BERT- LAFAYETTE.
PopinT larPrices
lMghts, -2a to $1.00
wV. Somerset 'laiglidnt's virile story
done into 4h'iilac form by Joaq.
(Coltona and V leiu euee andolp~h.
By THE N ATIiOA L PLA YERS n t l e l y o s
IN Iglts 7ahe to $1.50
'Mlatinaees Tues., Tihurs., Sat.
40c 75c
E zitertainnmenti
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boys toward each other. Gangs which' no adjustment was made. A court acted- as the judge and the remainder
existed in the various towns from for the adjustment of these disputes of the offices were filled by the boys.
which the boys camne were also brokoni was decided upon andl it wvorked with The clerk would take. down the parttes
utp in this w~ay. Brothers. were kept great suctcess. The superintendent (Ctontinued on Page Eight)
together if they so desired.!
The superintendent of the camp ~~
spected each tent every day and the, -
tent which was decided on W, the neat-!U Ljl k' O D
est and best kept for that day, was
giv en the honor of raising the flag There are few restaurants in which quality food may be obtained
the next day. Great enthusiasm was! at popular prices. This is one of them.
f ngendered in this way and a high;
average was achieved. Each tent was A NN ARBOR RESTAURANT
! --arked daily on the following things:
quiet after taps and before "reveille, 25SuhM i t
y able set-up, table manners and atti-
tude during the detail period. The'
winning tent for the preceding day
was avnounced- at the breakfast table " -'~ '''""
andl an. su' banner was awarded to
it. Phone 214164 2I5 East Llberty-Zwerdllng Bldg.
The State~ library at L.ansing was IS U E T
Induced, to send the fresh air, camp a;
set of book, which formed the library
to take up the leisure time of the boys1C-1H 3 j.®it ER P S
in a productive: way. The books were 11 .
especially selected and proved to be j~
fexceedingly worth while. ((ldoi less Clicaning)
Court proved to be a valuable part
in the settling of the disputes of the '~1\od~. a ;t
camp. The idea underlying was that,~My -
most of the troubles between the boys' Mn'sSt:its, Topcoats Ladies Sults, P)resses, Goats
were settled through fist fights, and $* .t5ilaned, at We~ Reduction
of course, in all cases the more po0w-I
erful boy was the victor and there- I All" work culled for, delivered and gitainanteeot to be satisfactory..
fore had the right on his, side of the Cash card, $6.00 in trade for $5.00.
argument. Such settlements were any- ! 1I)DA-T. IYALEY P1h~oe 2416
thing but satisfactory as they fre-
quently brought up more fights and rj,4 .Iar;" .',.~~~ ., "..',J. '

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