Plans are being made to continue the present military camp at Princeton throughout the summer. A ten weeks' course of instruction has been mapped out and the corps will be opened to graduates and other educated men. The cost of the training for each man is estimated at $115, and scholarships to cover this amount have been subscribed by patriotic citizens in order to enable men who cannot afford the expense may yet benefit from the training.
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