OPEN TO STUOEN T5S
Italy- America Societ y an~d Romance
Language Department Announce
FREE TRIP FOR BEST ESSAY
ONT ITALIAN CONTRIBUTIONS
Two E~uropean tours, open to mem-
bers of the faculty and students of
the University, were announced yes-
terday for this summer. The 'Italy-
America society has planned a trip to
Italy with definite educational objects
in view, while the romance language
department's tour is primarily for
r students 'who' desire to, go to Paris
for the. summer session, and others
who may desire to tour France, Spain,
Belgium, Switzerland, and England.
Several excursions to Chateau Thiery,
Rheims, Belleau Wood and other
points of historic interest are planned.
The Italy-America society party
will sail from New York direct to the
Mediterranean on one of the large
trans-Atlantic "liners specially char-.
tered, for the ocacsion. Classes in the
Italian language and lectures on Ital-
ian history, art and, culture will be
held on board ship. In Italy the' party
will be under the instruction of some
of 'the country's most distinguished
The price of the tour is $600, and
includes all ocean and railway trans-
portation, transfer and care of bag-*
gage, board and lodging at good ho-
tels, all expenses of sightseeing, ad-
mission to galleries and, museunmj,
carriages, automobiles and every cal-
culable expense connected with the
tour. Membership may be secured by
making a deposit* of $00. IAoney with
application, properly filled out, should
be sent to Irwin Smith, manager, Italy-
Amearica society, .23 Wesh 43rd St.,
one free trip will be given} by the
society to the student of some Ameri-
can college or university Who submits
the best essay on "Italy's Contribu-
tign8 to. Modern Culture;" Informa-
tion regarding the prize contest can
be obtained from the manager of the
society at the 'address given.
The European touro of the romance
language department, will be under
the supervision of N. S. Bement, in-
structor in that department, and will
last from July 2 to Sept. 12. 4 series
of lectures Will be given during the
trip. 'he excursion will proceed first
.zthrough, Havre to Paris, and from
there to Madrid, Spain, by Way of4
southern. France. The party will re-
turn to France, visiting sevoral of the
odd Roman oitigs, and then go' to
Monte 'Carla and Swtzerland,
On the return home there will be.
a. trip for those who wish to tour Bel-
gium and visit the battle front. Fro=
Belgium the party will cross the chan-
nel to Loudon, and before reaching
Liverpool will make short visits at
Oxford and Stratford-on-Avon.
I0 FROM OTHER SCHOOLS
AUGMENT SUMMER, STAFF
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Nin4eteen professors and instr.uctors
from other 4nstitntionts have 'beenl se-
cured for the Summer Session of this
year to augment the staff from the
iregtlar faculties of the 'university
which w'ill give 'work during the pes-
§ion. Tphe ddditlorns are divided among
thle va.rious departments, brit the edu-
(mtional department especially 144s
been added to becaqaee of 14t~l a g
number of teachers who desire ill-
truetioni in education during .the
The additions'-to the educational de-
partment include: Jay W. Sexton,~
sup erintendent of the Lansing schools;
Paul C.' Packer, 'assistant superinten-
deu~t of the Detroit schools; Ldes lie A.
Butler, superintendent of the Ann Ar-
bor schools; Floyd A. Rowe, of the
state department of public instruction;
E~rnest Burnhiam, Western Mtate Nor-
mnal school, Kalamazoo; Stuart A.
Courtis, Teacher's college, Detroit;
Kenneli G: Smith, state supervisor of
industrial education, and oLuis L.
Thurstone, Carnegie Institute of Tech-
Prof. Frank Smith, of the Univer-
sity of Ilinois, Prof. Zeno P. Metcalf,
of the North Carolina Agricultural and
Engineering college, and Arthur M.
Chickering, of Albion college, will
give work in Zoology. prof. George
Ia. Nichols, of Yale University, and
Prof. Frank C. Gates, of Kansas State
Agricultural College, will-be added to
the Botany staff.
Prof. Herbert F. Goodrich, of the
school art in
lie school art
"sity of Iowa, will be as- )1IFLE CONTEST TO BE HELD j
e Law department. Other FRIDAY AFTER-NOON, SATURDAY
e: Emma Grattan, Cedar
va, lecturer on public Shooting in this week's R. 0. T. C.
zthe College of Architec- rifle contest will be held at the Ar-
e S. McCartney, North- mory on the following days : Friday-
iiversity, instructor in afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock.' and
Ludwig, assistant in pub- Saturday morning from 10 to 121
tin the College of Archi- o'clock. Major Shippam who is, in
riah S. Root, Oberlin Col- charge of this contest asks that all of
ite professor of library the members of the R. 0. T. C. that
d Frank K. Walter, asso- have not fired off their score do so3
,or of library methods, as soon as possible
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