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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1926

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fl the country in which it is, and the
students will be guests of student
ILFUSIU delegations and organizations where-{

1n!ever they stop.
FO TID One of the most decided advantages
of the trip, in the opinion of Mr. Wells,1
will be the opportunity to get beneath.
thesurface of the European nations
Eleven Weeks Tour Sponsored By The and see the people and meet individ-
0pe toad And International uals rather than merely visit the art
Hospitality Association galleries, museums and theaters. The j
type of student that will be taken is
TO VISIT UNIVERSITIES the type that will-be interested in this
opportunity. There will be many op-!
for a tour to Europe in the jportunities for discussions with for- I
eign students which will give the,
summer of 1927, with 13 selected party a chance to obtain the European <
students from Michigan, are being viewpoint.
made by Carleton Wells of the rhe- f The tour, which will last more than
toric department. The tour will be 11 weeks, is the second undertaken byi
the second held under the auspices the Open Road and is a non-profit pro-c
of the Open Road and the Interna- ducing nroposition. The object is to ,
tional Hospitality association, and Mr. give student i a chance to visit these r
Wells, together with Fred Glover Jr.,
'27, and George Fisk, '27, will have
charge of choosing the students from
Michigan who will make the tour. Askf
Ireland, Wales, Scotland, England,
Holland, Switzerland and France willD
be among the countries visited, with DE
special emphasis on the British
Isles. During the whole course of I
their tour the delegation will be ac- OIL STOS
companied by a foreign student from

countries as the guests of the stu- penses below that point where the Lakes of Killarney, the Antrim coast,
dents there, and to meet foreigners at benefit if the tour will suffer. the Giant's causeway, Belfast and;
dinners, teas, and social functions. Each of the trips will make a more ;Dublin, will be the principal points i
The International Confederation of or less extensive survey of one cou -Ivisited. Fro mBelfast the party will
Students, and its American branch, the try, and the Michigan group will (1o cross to Glasgow and spend 12 days
National Student Federation of this especially with England and in Scotland. Here the principal cities
America, are cooperating in every Britain. Nearly every major uni- will be visited, together with the
way possible, and the cost of the tour versity in the country will be visited, border country andlits famous abbeys.
will be as low as possible. Present including the universities of Dublin, The group will then, go to England
plans call for a rate of $885, with a Belfast, Aberdeen, St. Andrews, Cani- and spend 15 days there. During this
possibility of a substantial reduction. bridge, Manchester and Wales. Eng- stay there will be a side trip into
Last year the tours were conducted at lish students will accompany the party Wales, and also to all of the leading
a loss on'a greatly lower rate and and it is very possible that additional universities and industrial towns.
since there is no intention to make a courtesies, not available to the aver- After this stay, there will be six days.
profit it is very probable that some age tourist, will be extended to the spent in Holland, with visits to Mid-
reductions will be made. The ac- party. For instance, it is quite likely dleburg; Rotterdam, the Hague and
commodations will be student third that shipyards at Aberdeen will be the Frisian islands,
cabin and the foreign students will open for inspection, and that the A trip up the valley of the Rhine
make every effort Le cooperate in the Michigan group will have an oppor- will be made from Holland. to Geneva.
matter of visas and similar minor tunity to play on the famous St. An- Geneva is the international student
costs. Last year much money was drew's golf course at St. Andrew's, center and five days will be spent
saved in this way'. There will be Scotland. there. Then Paris and Normandy' will
no effort, however, to reduce the ex- The toi, will leave New York on occupy the last two weeks of the tour
June 25 and return in about three and the sailing will be made from
m~onths. First almong the landings Cheirbourg.
will be Cork, and the next nine days
for will be spent in Ireland, where the Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.
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