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PLAN REORGANIZATIONl
Of FRESH AIR CAMP
FOR COMING SUMMER
S. C A. ANNQUNCES PROGRAM
FOJR LAKE PATTERSON
INSTITUTION
WIL AOM0A140

Timberg Declares Unit Show Requires More
Than Slapping Together Individual Numbers

Thirteen Student Positions
Open; Information At
Lane Hall

Aluminum Expert
To Speak Tonight

Still

Complete reorganization of t
Fresh Air camp and the'progra:
for the coming year was announ
ed by ;omer H. Grafton, gener
secretary of the Student Christia
association, who will be direct
this summer. The camp will i
divided into two sections, with a
associate director at the ,head c
each section.
The Student Christian associa
tion Fresh Air camp, at Lake Pal
terson, is an institution supporte
by the students and alumni of tli
University. It enables hundreds
poor Detroit boys, who otherwis
would not get a chance tolean
the city, to spend two weeks in th
country during the hot summe
months. This year the camp wi
accomodate ,400 boys, mosttly fror
Detroit, though a few Ann Arbc
boys may be included. The arn
season ill be divided into fou
periods of 12 days each, startin
on June 24 and ending on Augu
17. A hundred boys will be take:
up to the camp in each perioc
The camp will cost over $8,000 0
which thi .students are expecte
to contribute $3,000 in the Fres
Air drive this spring. The Boy
club of Detroit, has agreed to ad
$2,500 to the fund, and the res
will be made up by contributio
from the faculty and the alumn
The central committee in charg
of the camp will again be heade
by Prof. Ferdinand N. Menefee, o
the Engineering school, who ha
been associated with the projec
since its beginning. Dr. Warrei
E. Forsythe, head of the healti
service, is the second member o
the committee, and will haw
charge of the general health ar
rangements at the camp. Prof
Laurence -M. Gould, of the geolog;
department, who is with the Byr<
expedition, is another member o
the group, but will not take a
active part this year. ElTroy F
Guckert, of the sociology depart
ment, will have the burden of th
work in picking the students fron
among the poorer Detroit families
Theodore Hornberger, of the rhe
toric department, Prof. Ernst V
Jotter, of the Forestry school, wh
will have charge of the reforestra
tion of the camp site, Elton E
Weiman, coach of the footbal
team, Martin J. Mol, '30, presiden
of the S. C. A. and Grafton wll]
be the other members of the com
mittee. The two associate direc
tors will be LaVerne Taylor, '30
and Byron L. Hughes, Spec., both
of whom have had extensive ex
perience in camp work.
Thirteen positions are still ope
to students, including ten counsel
lors, a mechanic, cler and a
doctor. All who are interested li
the project can get further infor
nmation by applying at Lane Hal
within the next few days.
Auy an 'Ensian subscription noW
for $5.50, and you will be sure o
receiving a copy in the spring.
Detroit Theaters
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Thurs. and Sat., 50c-$2.O0
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"Workhig up a. unit * show .-such-f Miss Barbara Blair, a blonde whose Dr. Francis R. Frary, director of
as we are presenting this week' is 1pictures automatically disappear research for the Aluminum Com-
much more than just a slapping from their frames in college towns '.pany of America, will speak to-
together of individual numbers", where the show plays; is being ?night at 8 o'clock in 3201 East
declared Herman Timberg, one of trained by him for novelty parts Engineering building on thej
the leading vaudeville headliners in- his -unit. "Aluminum Industry" at a joint
and a member of the theatrical!, The first part of the week found meeting of the student branch of
profession for more than 20 years. the players occupied with rehears- the A. I. Ch. E. and the A. S. S. T.
"Great care in working out the ing .the new act which opens to- Graduating from the University
various details of the unit and day. When they play for a full of Minnesota in 1903, with a doc-+
combining the talents of a num-. week in the usual house Where the tor's degree in 1910 after spending
ber of specializing. artists is .abso- week divides into two bills, it a year in Germany and after in-
lutely necessary if the show is"to necessitates rehearsals for several structing in general chemistry, Dr.
succeed", her continued. "The tastes days to shape an act particularly Frary's work was supplemented by
of people are so very different suited to be played the latter part an interest in all phases of elec-
from city to city that *we must of- the week in such a theater. trochemistry, analytic work, elec-
arrange our programs to cater to troplating, and electro furnace
the audiences as a whole." work, and the discovery of a
Timberg maintains an all-year Reports Show Little method of hardening lead with
around office in NeW York city Sickness In February traces of calcium.
from which acts under his direc- With the outbreak of the war !
tion are sent to theaters all. over Dr. Frary became head of the
the country. For example, the, Student health was generally chemical warfare service, and aft-
four Marx brothers before going good for the moifth of February, erward became connected with the.
into a big show recently were in but the problem of extension and Aluminum company of America.
acts under Timberg's. direction 'increased facilities of the institu- Patents on the purification of
The material for his unit shows tion's service is a pressing problem, aluminum have been granted Dr.
is written by him with the aid of according to the montly Service Frary, and he has many publica-
his brother Sammy Timberg. The report. tions to his credit, among them
latter has .written the music for Dr. Forsythe states in the re-. his "Book on Glass Blowing," re-
several musical comedies and is port that " a modification of our cently revised.
now at work on the music for a extremely generous.financial policyI
big show which will open on Broad- in caring for the frankly sick stu- Buy an 'Ensian subscription now
way within the next few months. dent seems to need serious consid- for $5.50, and you will be sure of'
Herman Timberg has his protege eration in order that more re-! receiving a copy in the spring.
with him in the show now playing. sources may be available for a--
---, more constructive service to a larg-
Former Music Pupil er number." G
Will The last eight months' figures
Will Give Concert show an increase in total dispens-TI
ary calls from 30,199 last year to4. O I H
Frank 'Bisliop, former pupil un 37,355, while room calls mounted
ler Albert Lockwood of the .School Iduring the same period from 916

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of thc new interest shown by Michigan - men in reading lengthy
advertisements in papers . . . . caused by the requirement of
lengthy assignments in school . . . . it became necessary for -
us to speal--direct to the point,.
Fine English worsteds of Australiain WOOl pac-d

New Education Head con will be held on March 18 also,
will hear a short talk which Com-.
To Talk Here Monday missioner Cooper wil hgive atthat
I time. The luncheon, which was
William John Cooper, who has originally scheduled for earlier in
just recently been appointed to the the month, was changed until I
position of United States Commis- this time, for it is being given in
sioner of Education and who was Commissioner Cooper's honor.
formerly state superintendent of Dr. George W. Myers, of the
California schools, will speak here School of Education, said that
at 4:15 o'clock on Monday, Match Commissioner Cooper has attained
18 in the auditorium of the Uni- a place of eminence in the field of
versity high school on some phase education and it is felt by those
of the modern educational prob- who know him that his appoint-
lem. ment to national leader was wisely
The faculty of the School of Edu- J made. Dr. Myers feels that his
cation whose next monthly lunch- speeches here will be worthwhile.

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