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FTZTDA , IATZ('IT 2, 1928.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY MAR~h2. 192. TH. ICHI.A.DAIL

5C' Aj MAKES PL[N 5 reen Takes Steps
u;ToSave Great Tree
F Oi FR[SII AIR CP ~ LANSINU. Mach.. --Gov. Fred1t'

' FACULTY MEN TO LECTURE ON SERIES'
' \v() dist in ct:lecture seris 5for Ithe !ist arnd Religion'' and will 1 b(epneo
tEc cli (I enleld ct lave h'.) -'n ar'ranlgedlby 1Dr. Wi\ilbert 13. H-insdale, custodian
yhr ~e inll ~ itt c' t, eli.;iolls i'tlucati11o the University museums. 1Dr. dins-
1wth Ann Ai-b r Bible chir, it wvas- dale's subject wil be "Religion at I the

Horner Graftdon, Business Mai ger Of
Camp11, Declares Ev ~erythIiin g
In Fine Shape)
APPEAL FOR COUNCILORS'
Plans are at present being c(Omn-

1titCE tiI oosloops Utoday to save for
1)051 C'yithIIe Inatgest Ywhitel ' pinetreetV
ini the ,,fate'. 'Plus iuCis l0('atedl 01
a tra ct of la nd i 4isWssanlee colut y
inl a taihi (A timrnlwhich is fnow
being cut. 'Phe' governtor plaistso
have IWle conser vat ion coannuission o0b-
ta in ,tI least 40u acres Surrounding the
Ire '. to bee s t.a IAished as a ste park

Marc t Ci and(1 ott jue for five sttc(es-
iv X''lii.( ,(<Iys. One g 1 01 p) will he ~held
at 7 tclole(acht Tuesday night and
thleathi at S o'clock;, according 10
I tic anriiouttl en'itC1 . PTey wxil11 be held
i V'tc11 hal l dare t. he tpenito the
pitulic ,withlout a(mi-ss on chtarge.
I .[he ,rs( i' to be given at 7 o'cloc~k
'uutsdas will (del1with " Te Scient-3

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Prompt Service, Experienced Oper-
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COACH LINE, INC.
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pleted for the Student Christian as- to sawe the forest giantl.
sociation Fresh Air camp, which ,is Th tre 17 nl< mortthani' 1.60 fi~ete

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held each summer, imparting exer-j
cise, recreation, and fresh air to ap-
proximately 400 young boys who'
would cherwise be deprived of a real
summer vacation. According to Ho-'
mer Grafton, business manager of tireI
'camp, everything is to be in fineI
shape, the buildings having been gone
over, and the arrangements are more
extensive than .ever.
This summer is stare to see its
share of athletics at the camp for
Tad Wieman, Michigan's football
mentor, has been added to the board
of executives.
Leaders or councilors of the camp
have always been either undergradu-
ates of the University, or collhge
graduates, and there are a number)
of vacancies for these posts for the
coming summer. According to Theo-
(lore Hornberger, '27, who was in
charge of the camp last year, this is
an, opportunity for young men to gain
one of the finest and most education-
al advantages possible. The scrutiny
with which the leaders may observe'
the campers, the intimate contact~
with these youths who are picked forl
their worth of character, and thej
pleasure of camp life after a year in
school all make of the summer one
of benefit to the young councilor, ac-
cording to officials. It is urged by
Grafton that all men interested tu
any, phase of youthful training give
this opportunity. serious thought, and
mt'yone desiring information should
see Grafton at Lane hall.

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A service camp 1':-,r underprivileged boys of. tthe cities
Needs C1eeeAs'Leaders
Theodore Hornberger, student director o_' the 1927 Camp says in his report: "The Univer-
sity of Michigan boys' camp should be "te equal and superior of any camp for under-
pirvileged boys in the countf'y. The site is -,nexcelled, its equipment while not luxurious is
ample ...leaders with special interests L.. e needed, a nature study man, one trained in
dramatics, one who likes to tinker in paint any. xvoo'd.....:above all a leader needs patience
and a sense of humor."~

EIGHT WEEKS OF SUMMER WORK--rewarding in
comp'ensation. A staff of twenty men is needed, applications for
truck driver, athletic leader, counsellors, etc., are now being received
eration of the University Camp Committee.

experience with some
all positions, director,
and will receive consid-

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