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~ T HE MICHIGAN DAILY THU

RSDAY, APRIL 22, 19

Air Camp Staff
To Include 27
UniversityMen
Members Attend Training
Period Session Of Five
Days DuringVacation
Members of the stafi of the Univer-
sity Fresh Air Camp this summer will
include 27 students from the campus,
George Alder, director of the camp,
stated yesterday in announcing the
staff.
One of the purposes of the camp
when it was first founded, Alder said,
was to bring University students into
contacts with boys who have no
chance to escape big city environ-
ments. A large part of the staff is
made up of students, with most of
the placements made through the
University Bureau of Appointments.
Alder, Mrs. Alder, Wallace Watt,
director of personnel, and Nicholas
Schreiber, program director, will
head the staff. Members from the
University include: Theodore Bal-
gooyen, '40, Karl Beck, '38M, Elman
Beth, '40, Warren Beth, '40, William
Bierwaltes, '38, Warren Crandell,
'40, Bruce Ellison, '40, Fred Emens,
'39E, Ralph Erlewine, '39, Alfred
Forino, '37, John Harris, '38, Edward
Kellman, '37Ed, Kenneth Kenslar,
'39L, Cheuk Wa Leung, Grad, Walter
Luszki, '37, Robert Mitchell, '39,
Robert Morganroth, '37, Roger Nor-
ton, '40, Richard Ryan, '39L, Robert
Satterlee, Grad., Franklin Shull, '39,
Arthur Swann, '39, Utah Tsao, Grad,
Richard Varnum, Jr., '39, Robert Wil-
liams, '38E, William Wilsnack, '37,
Warrington Willis, '39, and Van Wolf,
'40E. Nelson Fuson will be head
counselor.
Members of the stoff ;oo& part ,in
a five-day training period during
spring vacation at the camp on Pat-
terson Lake. In this session they
were explained the purposes and ob-
jectives of the camp and took parti
in planning of the program and!

Aimee Asks Donations To Fight Suit

AL F ILStudent Peace
BULLETIN Demonstration
Stops Classes
(Continued on Page 4)
(Continued from Page 1)
guitarra y canciones espanoles. No -Con__nue _rom Page _
hay que ser miembro de la Socibdad
para asistir a esta fiesta y se invita defense and we recommend the ap-
Srdointment of a joint civilian and mil-
a todo el que este interesado.itr comte todemne th
itary committee to determine the
I needs of national defense. We ap-
The Intramural riding class for;prove the extension of the Recivrocal ;

men will meet today at the Engineer-
ing Arch at 7:50 p.m. All interested
are cordially invited.
Coming Events
Senior Engineers' Meeting: There
will be an important meeting for all!
Engineers Friday morning at 10 a.m.,
Room 348. Prof. H. C. Anderson and
T. Hawley Tapping will speak. The
meeting concerns senior and alumni
activities. Seniors are excused from
classes.
Esperanto: The Esperanto Class
will meet in Room 1035 Angell Hall
from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Friday, April
23.
Alpha Kappa Delta: Short business
meeting for members at 4 p.m. Fri-
day afternoon, Room D, Haven Hall.
Red Cross Life Savers and Exam,.I
iners: The Red Cross field represen-!
tative will be in Ann Arbor on May
10, 11 and 12 to give the course of
instruction for Red Cross Swimming
and Life Saving Examiners.
Until May 10, on each Monday and
Wednesday evening from 7:30 to 9
p.m., there will be a supervisor at
the pool in the Michigan Union to

Trade Agreements Act, as a means
of furthering international amity
through the establishment of sound
trade relations. We disapprove of
any participation by the United
States in an extra-territorial con-
flict."
The following telegram was sent to
The Daily last night by G. Mennen
Williams, '36L, who presided at last
year's demonstration:
"To the friends of peace at Mich-
igan I extend my heartiest congrat-
ulations for a brilliant year of
achievement inspired by the Peace
Council under Julian Orr anc by The
Daily. I urge upon you all the vital
importance of attending the peace
rally to articulate your faith in and
desire for peace."
Last year 2,000 lichigan students
attended the demonstration and an
estimated 500,000 students through-
out the nation protested against war.
help any men interested in review-
ing the Senior Red Cross Life Saving
examination or preparing for the
Eaminers' examination.
Sigma Delta Chi: There will be
an important meeting of all mem-
bers and guests at 12:15 p.m. tomor-
row in the Union. Everyone must
be present.

Sail STCA* to Europe this summer. Travel with an inter-
esting and congenial group of college students. For years
Holland-America Line Steamers have been the first choice
of those who enjoy good times, pleasant accommodations,
and a delicious cuisine.
To England, France and Holland

STATENDAM . . June 4
VEENDAM . . June 12
VOLENDAM . . . June 26
TOURIST CLASS $()QA-O
ROUND TRIP andup

STATENDAM . . Juine 29
VEENDAM . .'. July 10
STATENDAM (via Boeon) July20
THIRD CLASS$I1 A.50
ROUND TRIP "Wdp

Evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson is shown on the stage of her
Four Square Gospel Temple in Los Angeles as she made a dramatic
plea for funds for a "war chest" to fight the $1,080,000 damage suit
trought by Rheba Crawford, former co-pastor of the Temple. She
asked for donations of property deeds and automobiles to be converted
into cash for the fund. Temple officials said three men were required
to carry the collection to the counting room.

(*STCA means either Student Tourist Class or Student
Third Class Association)
For full details see
FREDERICK S. RANDALL, 12 Nickels Arcade
KUEBLER TRAVEL BUREAU, 601 East Huron Street
OR
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE
ROOM 520 BOOK BUILDING, DETROIT '

camp methods, Alder said. Meetings
to be held every Sunday throughout
the rest of the semester will supple-
ment the work done at the camp.
Funds to support the camp were
raised on April 1 by the University
Boxing Show,

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