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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 11, 1982-Page 11

Ind. sign starts
cross-state feud
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UPI) - There's a war between the
states brewing on the Michigan-Indiana border, and words -
more precisely, tourism slogans - are the weapons.
An Indiana billboard company put up a sign - exposed to
thousands of recent visitors to Indiana University - urging
vacationers to "Say No to Michigan. Wander Indiana First."
Michigan tourism officials are taking the butchery of their
"Say Yes to Michigan" television and newspaper campaign
in stride, but some Michiganders aren't amused, and have
complained to the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.
Travel officials in Indiana, in the midst of their own "wan-
der Indiana" campaign, are proclaiming they had nothing to
do with the billboard - but they apparently aren't terribly up-
set about it either.
The tourism bureau in Bloomington published a photo of
the billboard on the front page of a special newsletter
honoring "Wander Indiana" week.
Josephine Hickman, president of Hoosier Outdoor Adver-
tising, admitted her billboard "pokes fun at Michigan."
"But there are 'Say Yes to Michigan' signs posted all over
northern Indiana and Hosiers'feelings aren't hurt," she said.
She said she didn't know how long the sign would stay up,
but noted thousands probably saw it during the recent Little
500 bicycle race and graduation ceremonies at Indiana
University.

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DRIVERS LEAVING Indiana are strongly urged to reconsider their plans according to a billboard
put up on a highway leading to the great lakes state.

Parsons- School of Design
Summer in Francelltaly/Japan

Parsons in Paris * June 30-August 13
Paint on the Left Bank, explore prehistoric caves in the
Dordogne, visit the masterpieces of Renaissance Art in
Tuscany.
Courses include: Painting, Drawing, French History,
Language & Literature, Landscape Painting &
Prehistoric Anthropology.
Cost for the 6-week program including 9 credits of study,
round trip airfare and double occupancy accommoda-
tions with continental breakfast is $2475.
Photography in Paris " June 30-July 31
Study the practice of the medium in the "City of Light"
with American and French photographers. Extensive
darkroom facilities are available on the Parsons
campus. The program is co-sponsored by the Interna-
tional Center of Photography and coincides with the
Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie in Arles.
Program costs including 6 credits of study, round trip
airfare and double-occupancy accommodations with
continental breakfast are $1975.
Studies in the History of Architecture,
Interior Design and
European Decorative Arts " June 30-July 31
This program is offered in collaboration with the world
famous Musee des Arts Decoratifs. The museum's staff
supplements the Parsons faculty with specialized
presentations that include aspects of the museum's
collection normally not available to the general public.
Excursions to points outside of Paris include Versailles,
Fountainebleau and Vaux le Vicomte.
Courses offered: The History of French Architecture,
Studies in European Decorative Arts.
The program costs, including 6 credits of study, round
trip airfare and double-occupancy accommodations in a
4-star hotel are $2475.

Fashion Design in Paris " June 30-July 31
Study the history and contemporary trends of French
fashion design in Paris under the supervision of
museum staff and practicing designers. The curriculum
includes visits to textile showrooms and presentations
of fashion collections.
Courses offered: The History of European Costume,
Contemporary Trends in French Fashion.
Program costs, including 6 credits of study, round trip air-
fare and double-occupancy accommodations are $1975.
Italian Architectural History and
Contemporary Design " June 30-July 31
The architectural past and present of Italy is studied in
Rome, Florence and Venice where on-site presentations
are made by Parsons faculty. Contemporary Italian archi-
tectural, interior and industrial design are studied through
guest presentations made by leading Italian designers.
Courses offered: The History of Italian Architecture,
Studies in Contemporary Italian Design.
The program costs, including 6 credits of study, round
trip airfare and double-occupancy housing in first class
hotels including continental breakfast and all land
transfers are $2975.
Summer Workshops in Japan
Clay/Ceramics, Fibers/Textiles,
Metals/Jewelry " July 21-August 28
The long and venerated history of Japanese crafts
will be studied in intensive studio classes, with
special presentations by Japanese mastercafts-
men in Tokyo and Kyoto. Classes are held in the
studios of Bunka University.
Cost of the 5-week program, including 6 credits of
study, round trip airfare and deluxe, double-
occupancy housing accommodations is $2975
from New York and $2775 from Los Angeles.

Office of Special Programs
Parsons School of Design
66 Fifth Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10011
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