College News and Departmenal Notes: Scouting
by Departmental notes - 1919
A special course of thirteen lectures in scouting and camping for boys was given on Thursday evenings from March 13 to May 29 in cooperation with the Association of the Boy Scouts of America. One hundred and eighty men enrolled. The first six meetings were devoted to scouting activities with just enough theory to make clear the aim of the movement and the work to be attempted. The last seven meetings were devoted primarily to the work of camp directors and counsellors for the purpose of enabling camp leaders to meet practical problems that confront them in boys' camp work.
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