Boy Scout headquarters at Evanston, Ill., announced the formation of a
new troop. The members had long played with each other and with some
other boys who would join the troop as soon as they should become 12
years old. Until enough of the playmates to start the troop became 12
years old, all had played under the personal direction of Vice
President Charles Gates Dawes.
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