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STUDENT BOY WILLI
HOLD, SUMNER :CAMP'
Student Christian Association Plans
To Accommodate More Than
X50B oys This Year
WILL CONSIDER REVISION
During the coming summrer the Stu-
dent Christian association will con-
duct tyo c which will be held,
at Patterson Lake. The eighth an-
nual Fresh Air canp of the Universi-
ty of M\,ichigan will be held between
June 27 and August 6 and will ac-
commodato more than 350 boy's from
neighboring cities. This was made
possible through a sale of tags and
through various contributions. The
can-p this year is under the direction
of Theodore Hornberger, '27, who will
be assisted by several undergraduates.
The other camp which the associa-,
tion is sponsoring is the InternationalI
camp for men students of the Univer-.
sity. This will take place between
August 20 and 27 giving the men a
week in camp just after the close of
summer school. This is intended pri-
marily for the foreign students who
otherwise would not have a chance
to spend a vacation on a lake, how-
ever, American students are just as
eligible to attend. Any students who
would be interested in attending this
canp are urged to attend the organiza-
tion meeting which will be held atl
four o'clock this afternoon in the au-
ditorium of Lane hall. The entire cost
for the week in camp will not exceed"
seven dollarswhich will include trans-
portation both ways.
The Fresh Air camp has been held
at the site at Patterson Lake since it
was first started eight years ago. It
is situated on high ground surrounded
cn three sides by lakes with dense.
woods all around.
INDUSTRIAL WORK
TO BE INCRIE ASED
Industrial research work will be
carried on next fall by the department
on Engineering Research to an ex-
tent far greater than ever before.
Arrangenrents have, been completed
with numerous industrial organiza-
Iions for work which will involve an
expenditure of over $105,000. I thad-
tion to this the department'has other
plans for research which will involve
a further expenditure of approximatly
60,000.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUND NY, JUNE, 5, 1927

SUNDAY. JUNE ~, 1927

JONES IS CHOSEN HEAD OF WORLD
CRUISE ON RYNDA f FOR NEXT YEAR
John Carlton Jones, president-eme -,certain modifications will be nmade in
ritus of the University of Missouri, the personnel of the student body'
has been announced as the head of during the second year. In the first
the university world cruise for 1927- place, the total number will be limited
1928 on board the S. S. Ryndam. I to 375 and in the second place only
President Jones is a member of the men will be enroled. The coeduca-
Anrerican School of Classical studies tional plan, the promoters of the prd-
in Rome, American Philology associa- ject believe, has had a fair trial this
tion, Archaeology Institute of America, year and has pre sented more difficul-
Classical Association of Middle West ties than benefits.
and South, and Phi Beta Kappa. Ie There will be a new department on
received his education both abroad, in the cruise this year. It will be the
Leipzig and Munich, and in various preparatory school department which
colleges in the United States. The is to be conducted for the benefit of
other members of the faculty are pro- a limited .nunfber of boys.of secondary
fessors or instructors at Arnirican school age. This department is de-
universities. Carlton Wells, of the signed primarily for boys who wish to,
rhetoric department, will teach rhet- spend a year in travel and study after
oric on the cruise. completing the regular preparatory
The College Cruise is scheduled school course and before entering col-
to commence its second year sailing I lege. It is prepared, however, to ac-
from Ngw York on September 20, 1927. cept a few who are still working to-
The S. S. Rydam which has been the ward college entrance examinations.
home of the College during the course I William Lester Henry, Headmaster of
of the present year will continue as the Cathedral Choir of New York City,
the "campus" of this school. Due to isoto be the headmaster of this depart-
the experience of the initial voyage, ment.I
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PLAN TO MOVE OFFICES
OF HYGENEDEPARTMENTI
Offices of the department of hygiene
and public health, which until nowgin
have been located in Waterman gym-
nasium, will be moved into the old
m'edical building by the beginning of
the coming school year.

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Dr. Sundwall, whose offices will be
on the first floor, will introduce a
new feature of the service when he
completes arrangements whereby the
old bactriological laboratory will be
converted into a model room. Hle
plans to install a model water purifi-
cation system.
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