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SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1928.

THE MICHICAN DAILY

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C. A.

TO HOLD

ANNUAL

TAG

ASSOIAT1 ON I Lb VONDUCT
ANTMTAL OUTDOOR CAtP
THIS SU)DIER
TO HELP CITY CHILDREN
Pave Received Many Letters Asking
For Plce liut Lark Funds
"To rEni 'canip

BOYS APPRECIATE CAMP
U of M Camp
Friday
Dear Sir:
I am thankful to you, that
you helped the fresh air camp
get their good food, gym mater-
ial, and that you have a big
camp, to let us have a chance
to pick berries, and( have a
chance to see all kinds of birds,
trees and animals. I like to play
and fish in the Patterson lake.
We have swimming twice a day,
and we have a lot of good things
to eat.

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By Ben S. Washer, Jr.
Many, many youngsters, all over
Michigan, are now dreaming of the,
good times they are going to havef
when the Student Christian associa-
,tion open the first session of itsĀ¢
Fresh Air Camp ai Patterson lake
this summer. The letters received
asking for places have this year, been
heavier than ever, and the camp ac-
comodations have been increased suf-
ficently to allow' for a bigger en-
rotilment.
The tag days for the camp fund are
on 'Tuesday and Wednesday, and at
that time ,it Will be t'tally up to the
students op the University to sayt
how' many boys are going to get the George .
unusual advantage of spending a r Rich, 13L
healthful two weeks of camp life, in- 1928 football captain, who has been
stead of having to remain in the appointed head of this summer's
heat of the city tenement. Fresh Air camp sponsored by the
Student Christian association. Rich
Grinnell Is Chairmian ha planned many innovations for the
Henry .S. Grinnell, '28, chairman of camp which are expected to make' it
the tag day commrittee, has set the
price of tags at$1 ard 50 cents. They
wilI be sold at booths stationed at var- from irregular eating and from the
ious points oi the campus. It taes lack of any sort of a balanced diet.
$30 to send one boy to camp for 'one The actual gain in weight per boy
month, therefore each student's aid for every twelve day period is 3
will either give a half i a wholc' pounds, which makes a total of 1200
day of real joy to the heart of the pounds of flesh we can put on needy
boy on whom his contribution s boys this summer, and all this in
spent. . 1spite of a very strenuous program of
The camp is run, somewhat after routine work and sport.
the fashion of the Y. M. C. A. camps, "It would do every student good
in that there are four different sec-
tiojma during the camp season. This
plan allows the greatest number of TODAY 1
youngsters to receive the benefits U 0
thatthe outdoors can give a camper. UmaS' Fa
About 100 boys can be housed in each : iRLD
section this sunmer
The first one will arrive via truck
and bus from Ann Arbor on June 25 r
to remain until July 7. The second
session will commence on July 9,
closing on July 21; the thirdi opens
on July 23, and closes August 4;
while the (fourth group begins on 1
Anrust 6, and will close camp on
August 18. However, if there is a big
enough financial boost from the cam-
pus extra sections may be planned.
Hold All Sports
An forms of summer sports are
held on the ample camp grounds in;
order to build the physique of each
city lad. e is taught to swim, given - I
rein'edial exercises,. allowed to play
tennis and baseball, is initiated into
the fascination of a council where het
learns Indian lore so that when he)IAT
goes homei he has usually had that
unique thrill of starting a fire with-
out the use of matches.
George ". Rich, '30L, 1928 football
captain, who is head councilor for
this summer, has expressed the de-
*sire to develop some football mater-
ial as part of the training. Richis ail
exp'erienced camper, and has arang-
ed for many innovations at "Pat-
terson lake that will distinguish it
very definitely as a University of
Mihigan undertaking.
Boys Learn To Swiii
"I firmly believe," said Homer
Grafton, general secretary of the
Student Christian association and of
the Presh Air camp, "that one of the
greatest goods the camp does is the
actual saving of lives by teaching
the 'boys to swim. The number that
leave without learninga is quite a neg-
ligible percentage. Again, most of the
boys are sickdy and undernourished

'Yours Truly, 1
Mac Kotowski.
to see those little fellows go for tho
ice cream and chicken that they get
every Sunday." he continued. "Thne
drink a quart of milk a day and re-
ceive as many 'helpings' of food as
they can get away with. Medical ex-
aminations, drill, and discipline form
one of the finest benefits also at this'
camp that the University may well
be proud of, for it is one of the finest
lof its kind in the country."
Have Student Councilors
-Cuncilors for the camp are alway,
picked men fromr the ranks of the
students who are particularly adapt-
I ed to fit into this form of wark. For-
mer. students who have availed them-
selves of this dpportunity to learn
first hand of the problems of the ad-
olescent age have written in glowing
terms of the superb value they have
received from their experience.
Long talks, the teaching of the
habits and customs of the birds, and
the insight gained of nature from
walks in the woods bring about a

A group of happy lads at the Stu- has just recently been completely ,cating at their tables.
dent Christian Association's Fresh dredged for their especial benefit. It
Air Camp are pictured here seeking is in these waters that a large num- Univer'sity of Wisconsin students are
relief from the heat of a hot summer her of boys will learn to swim this sairdto be raising funds to appeal for
a pardon in the case of David Gordon,
afternoon at Patterson Lake, which summer. holder of a Zona Gale scholarship at
the university, who is serving a sen-
companionship which, under other maturing is shown by each, camper
conditions, would be an imiossiblity. when he leaves for nome, and he
By this means a definite stride in goes back into the world of reality,'

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