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MILITARY CAMP APPLICATIONS DUE

Men Going to Gettysburg or California Must Apply by Tuesday.

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The final arrangements for the summer military training of college men at the Gettysburg and California camps have just been announced by the War Department. Students in the University who plan to go to either should see A. J. Lowrey '13, in Holworthy 5, Monday or Tuesday between 12 and 1 o'clock.

The object of establishing the summer camps is to increase the personnel of the United States trained military reserve and to give college men the advantages of military discipline and outdoor life. The expenses will be light, including the cost of clothes and $1.75 a week for Board. The length of encampment has been shortened.

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