Fifty-nine of the staff of teachers for the Cuban Summer School have already been selected--for English, forty; geography, seven teachers and six interpreters for field excursions; American history, three; history of the Spanish colonies of North and south America, one; kindergarten and interpreting, one; botany, one.
Inquiry has been made as to whether the regular American Summer School will be interfered with. It will go on as usual, having its own laboratories, lecture rooms and teachers distinct from the Cuban School.
Arrangements have been definitely made for the accommodation in Cambridge of three hundred and thirty Cuban women, over one-third of the number expected to come to the summer School. Many applications to furnish lodgings have not yet been accepted, but three hundred more places are needed.