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Swo THE MICHIGAN DAILY

N^DAY, MAY 11, 1941

Tag Day Will Provide Vacations
At Lake Camp For Local Boys

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To ay is

By BILL BAKER four weeks at the camp with the funds
For almost 300 as yet anonymous contributed.
boys of this community, Friday will Tag Days have been held for 20

determine whether or not they will bea
able to enjoy a four weeks vacation
away from the city streets this sum-
mer.
Friday is Tag Day - the day on
which students and townspeople are
asked to contribute to a fund to send.
underprivileged children to the Uni-
versity Fresh Air Camp on the shores
of Lake Patterson. On that day stu-
dent volunteers wil patrol the campus
and down town districts, and in re-
turn for any contribution will give the
famous tag with the picture of "the
boy on the diving board."
A goal of $1,500 has been set for'
this year's drive by Prof. F. N. Mene-
fee, of the mechanical engineering'
department, director of the camp..
This is almost $400 above the amountI
taken in last year, about $1,100. LastI
year 260 boys were enabled to spend

years now, with contributions in the
past ranging from $700 to $2,100. It
has been estimated that students
contribute annually 20 per cent of the;
funds used to send the boys to camp.,
Though changing in location, man-
agement and personnel often, the
Camp has always remained steadfast
to its"one purpose - to return after
four weeks to their community un-
derprivileged boys "not only strong-
er physically but better adjusted so-
cially and emotionally."
Campus organizations have coop-
erated with the drive committee in the
past, and will be requested to do, so
again this year. Some of the organ-
izations that helped in .the campaign
last year were Assembly, the League
Houses, Wyvern, Scroll, Mortar Board,
Senior Society, Union, LF.C., Dorm-
itories, Congress, the Cooperative

Houses, "M" Club, the various honor-
ary societies and Alpha Phi Omega.
At the head of this year's drive is
Bert Ludy, '42. Other members of the
committee are Don Harness, '43E,
publicity; Grace Volkman, '42, and
Lin Buck, '42E, girls' organizations;
Robert G. Shedd, '42, boys' organiza-
tions; Earle Harris, '44, collections;
Gertrude French, '41, merchants; end
Irving Koval, '42E, service.
Previously the drive has taken place
in two days, but this year's cam-
paign will be confined to one day,
Friday. On that day not only the cam-
pus, but downtown districts will be
canvassed.
Letters have been sent to the var-
ious organizations on campus\asking
them to provide students to man the
stations at which collections will be
made. The lists of organizations and
the students that will be at the sta-
tions Friday will be announced in The
Daily later in tthe week.

MOTHER'S
DAY

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S a N tNDI - EDGA gUCMANAN - ANN DOR k
Thdy FREEANORDYSKIND -DdbyGEOR $tgt.
Thursday "FRtEE AND EASY"

your call!
There is one day in the year
when, more than at any
other time, students at
Michigan want to call home,
and that is today .
Mother's Day! And, because
reduced long distance tele-
phone ratesare in effect all
day today (Sunday) you can
call Mother at very little
cost.
Rates to representative
towns are shown below. For
rates to other places, see the
telephone directory (inside
front cover) or dial "O"
and ask "Long Distance".
Rates for Three-Minute
Night and Sunday
Station-to-Station Calls
ANN ARBOR to:
Akron, O. .......$.45
Alpena . .50
Bay City ........ .35
Big Rapids ...40
Boston, Mass . 1.15
Buffalo, N.Y .. .60
Chicago, .111 .. ... .55
Cleveland, 0 . . .40
Coldwater . ..... .35
Dallas, Tex.. ..... 1.55
Grand Haven ........40
Grand Rapids, .....;..35
Hillsdale ........ .35
Kalamazoo . . . . .35

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Guest Feature Monday
Jean Arthur - Melvyn Douglas
in "TOO MANY HUSBANDS"

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"GARG coes to LiFE"
Each year the May issue of GARGOYLE
imitates one of the nationally-known mag-
azines. This year we have selected LIFE
magazine.
In every detail "GARG comes to LIFE"
you will see regular features such as:
Letters to the Editor
Life's Reports8
Speaking of Pictures

Los Angeles, Cal. ..
Louisville, Ky.
Marquette . . .
Midland........
Minneapolis, Minn.
Mt. Clemens ......
Muskegon........
New Orleans, La.
New York, N.Y.
Owosso.
Petoskey
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Port Huron......

2.50
.70
.75
.35
.95
.35
.45
1.55
1.00
.55
.90
.55
.35
.35
.65

Saginaw
Sault Ste.

Mar

1

On a call costing 50 cent' or
more, a federal tax applies.
MICHIGAN BELL
TELEPHONE CO.

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