Bureau for Travellers' Convenience

Since a great number of Harvard men travel in Europe every summer, and, failing to know the whereabouts of one another, never meet, the CRIMSON proposes to establish a travelers' bureau which will endeavor to assist Harvard men to keep in touch with each other.

This may be done if every member of the University who plans to go abroad this summer will send to the Travel Editor of the CRIMSON the following facts: Members of party, bankers in Europe, date of sailing and name of boat, landing place, probable itinerary with dates, place and date of departure. In 1911 the CRIMSON printed the above data concerning 65 men, the facts proving of great value to the voyagers. It is hoped that an even larger number will take advantage of this opportunity and send in the information at once.