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2^, 1928

T'H MICHIGAN - DAILY

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CAMP" NEXT "SUMMER
I George E. Rich, '30L, captain of Hthe
M1928 football team, has been appointed
as student leader of the Stu'dent Chris-
tian association Fresh Air campfrfor
next summer. Rich, whose home is
in Lakewood, 0., has had experience
at various >boy scout and Y.M.C.A.
camps. He -fills the post occupied
last ;year by Theodore Hornberger,
'27, who at present, is studying in
England.
Students interested in acting as
councilors at the 1928 croDp .are need-
ed as assistants to Rich', he announced
yesterday. The position is said to of-
fer opportunities -of camp life,* a
'chance to become intimately acquaint-
ed with. youth and a small remunera-
tion. The campers are selected by
Nvarious social and philanthropic agen-
cies, throughout this part of the coun-
try, .so that they' are supposed' to be
of character.

EDITOR OF "ISIS"
TO 'SPEAK FRIDAY,
Dv. George Sarton, of Harvard uni-
versity, noted editor of "Isis," will de-
liver a University lecture at 4:15
o'clock Friday, March 30 in the Nat-
ural Science auditorium. The sub-
je ct of Dr." Sarton's address will be
"The History of Science and the New
Humanism," it was announced today.
by Dr. Frank E. Robbins, assistant to;
the President. i
The lecture, which will be open to
the general public, will be held under
the joint auspices of the University
and the Michigan Academy of Science,
Arts, ajnd Letters.
CANE ORDERS DuE
BEFORE_ VACATI+ON
Official canes of the senior class of
the Law school must- be ordered fromI
Wagner's before spring vacation, by'
those desiring, them, according to an
announcement made yesterday by the
committee in charge. A sample of the
type of cane selected is on display at
Wagner's° and may' be seen there by
anyone Interested.

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