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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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STTNJ)AY, MARCH 25, Th2S

FOOBAL EADR S'MEDAL OF HONOR
CHOSEN AS DIRECTOR
FOR FRESHAIR CAMP1 5 r
Rf1(1 D1ESC RIBES l :(i Yti l~H
MUST HAVE__EXPERINCEI
M~emibers ofVoolb-alIl eaa lC111 ilDCniinin A 'aili..
"'Men who are chosen as councilors
for the Student Christian Association
fresh air camip have a chance for sell
realization," saidl George F. IRich '30L,
who has been chosen as student lead-
er of the camp for the connling suam-
mer. "The examile th]e m gi s t:i~i
keep) for thle boys mot a r
tends fo aid theon in making of I li< r
summer one of worth and lbe'nefit."
Rich, who is captain of the 1028
fo tball team, saidl that he ex]pects5to
get quite a niumbner ofthtle foot ball
squad as councillors at the camp, but
that they, as all others, would have
to qualify with the piroper characlter This is the Congresional Medal ofI
and experience. No man is to bee honor awardled to (Col Charles A.
allowed to be a. leader at the camp) Lindbergh recently by -special action
who ha's nwt had pirevious scout or' of Congress. It. wans presented to him
Y. M. C. A. camp experience, has not: by President Coolidge.
the (quality of leadership, or is not in -________________________
terested in being around young boys. '12 andl 16 who would otherwise be un-
Rieh said that hie has 25 contracts,
but that only from 10 to 12 men are a ble to spend a pirofitable and healthy
now eede. B wil kep oficesummecr. Rich said that they are pre-
hours, in order to see all candidates, pared to take care of 100 boys this
from 7 to 9 o'clock at Lane hall for summer, taking them from the local
the first four drays of anext wek. agencies in four section's of 100 boys
CaInl) At Pttiersoni Lake each. The camp is equipped with
The camp is conducted each sum-
n-er' by the Student Christian A'~o(i- tena tents for the boys, and in each
ation at an ideal' spot on Patterson tent is one councilor. All regular
Lake, not far from Ann Arbor, for the camp activities, such as swimming,
benefit of boys between the ages of track, baseball, hikes, nature study,

Detroit Enthusiasts STAEBLER MUST APPOINT
Hold Flying Exhibit lEIGHT TO CITY OFFICES{
F ollowing the swearing in ofthe
For the purpose -of stimulating ini-E new city council after the election
terest in Ann Arbor schools, an exhni- of April 2, Mayor Edward V.
bition of model flying was given yes-
tedyafternoon in the l'niversi*y Staebler will be called upon to ma ke
hghscol gymnasium by four' De-! eight appointments to city of ice.
tr-it model plane enthusiasts. The This group includes the positions of
di~play was under the direction of icity attorney, city treasurer andI
rL. Byrn of University high school member of the police commission
andl George Ross of the Ann Arborl which have been controversial mat-1
public schools, each of whom is head ters among council members for al-I
i of the industrial arts department ins most a year.1
his respective school. The five year term of Titus Huet-
AramAhgria, oe oftheDotoitzel, lpresidhent of the board of pub-
camp fires, and boating, are held, lie works, ternkinates in May, as does
Incidentally Rich expects to do the term of Michael Fritz on the
some football training with the F alhlyouith,., who holds the world record
squad candidates who are at the camp fo indoor model flying, flew his prize
as councilers. There is a special need winning plane in the gymnasium. An-
for an athletic director, a,(doctor, and noun c'^ment was made by Mv. Ham-
a swimming instructor this summer, burg, secretary of the Modlel Airplane
and Rich expressed1 the hope of oh- League of America, of the national
taining these men from among the Co nte, t which is t:, be held at 'the
ranks of the students of the Univer- Olympia in Detroit the latt er part of
sity. The camp furnishe's the coun- JIuno at which more than 3i00 con-
cilors with free room, board, and t estant s are expected to compltete.
laundry, and a. small remuneration Mr. B~yrn stated that there is wide
for the summer's work. "You get interest among pupils here, as shown
something from that camp that you I by the enthusiasm of members of the
cannot get in college," Rich added. Model Flying club formed recently.
IF - A

ark. board.
Frank B. lDevine will have colas-
hpletedl his three years of service onl
the board oft polie - commnissioners
inI May, and Philip Schumache 's
term as fire commissioner expires at
the same time. Dr. John A. \Vessmn-
ger's term as a, niwmber of the
boardl of healthbaliso closes then.
These appointments are madle by ;k
the mayor subject to the approval of
the cit y coun cil. As t he mayor has
asserte(d( that lie did niot intendh to
re -sulbmit ap~pointmlents to city at-
R orney, city treasurer and niomber of
the board of policecommissioners'
until after the net coluncil was
")seated, it is probale ~ t lc e eight
npplointmemts will be made at one
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March Calls for Waiffles and Maple Syrup
and the Lincolns specialize in serving the best you ever tasted
-rich golden brown, butter crisp waffles. You'll say you'ye
never tasted better.
SPECIAL SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER
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Chicken Broth with Noodle
Head Lettuce
1000 Island Dressing
Celery Hearts Olives
Roast Young Capon
Sage Dressing-Giblet Sauce'
Mashed or Candied Sweet Potatoes
French Peas, Stewed Corn or
Spiced Beets
Ice Cream or Cake
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