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Editor, EDMUND BUCKLEY, Ph.D.
University of Chicago.
IVAN C. WATERBURY, Ph.B.
AMONG THE MANY SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS ARE RUSSELL STUROIS, A.M., Ph. D.
- Editorare Demirment conviry Dictionaryjniversal Enevni nadie res • ART, ARCHITECTURE A. C. TRUB.
Director U. s. orice of Experiment Stations: Washington DC · · · · · AURICULTURE GEOROB A. DORSEY, Ph. D. was a n Diceminion · · · · · · · · · ANTHROPOLOGY W. J. Mcgee * *Bureau of American Eihnology, Washington, D. C. ' ..
ANTHROPOLOOY WILLIAM C. WINSLOW, Ph.D., D.C.L., LL.D. Ex-Vice-President Egypt Exploration Fund, Boston. .
. ARCHAEOLOGY (Egypt) ARTHUR FAIRBANKS, Ph.D. Professor of Greek, University of Iowa.' . . . . . .
. . . ARCHAEOLOGY HERBERT A. HOWB, A.M., Sc.D. Director Chamberlin Observatory, University of Denver."
. . . ASTRONOMY JOHN M. COULTER, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Botany, University of Chicago.
. . . BOTANY LYMAN B. OLOVER. Dramatic and musical criiie . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . DRAMA P. SPENCER BALDWIN, Ph.D., R.P.D.
Professor of Political Economy and Social Science, Boston University' . . . . . CONOMICO
Chief Bureau of siatistics, Treasury Dept., Washington, D. c. . . . W. M. DANIELS, A.M.
Professor of Economics, Princeion University. . . . . . . . . ECONOMICS (Finance) WILLIAM F. WILLOUGHBY, Ph.D.
Treasurer of Porto Rico Formerly U. s. Dept. of Labor.) · · · · · · ECONOMICS (Labor) BDWARD D. JONES, Ph.D. .
· ECONOMICS (Resources and Industries) ROLAND P. PALKNER, Ph.D. . Library of Congress (ex-Prof. of Finance and Economics, University of Pennsylvania).
ECONOMICS (Resources and Industries) R. H. THURSTON, C.B., Ph.B., LL.D. "Director of Sibley College; 'Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University..
ENGINEERING HENRY H. NORRIS, M.E. "Assistant Professor of Elecirical Engineering, sibley College, Cornell Universiiy.'
ENGINEERINO HENRY GANNETT .
Geographer U. S. Geological Survey: Washington: p. c. . . . . . . . . . DEOURAPY P. H. NBWELL
Hydrographer U. S. Geological Survey, Washingion. i. c . . . . . . . . . OBOLOVY LESTER F. WARD
. United States Geological Survey, Washington, Dic.'
. . . . GEOLOGY (Fossil Plants) BVARTS B. GREENE, Ph.D.. Professor of History, University of Illinois.' . . . .
. . . . . HISTORY H. W. CALDWELL, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of American History,'University of Nebraska.' '
. . . . . HISTORY PRANK STRONG, Ph.D. President University of Kansas. . . . . . . .
. . . . HISTORY L. H. BAILEY . Professor of Horticulture, Cornell University. . . . .
. . . HORTICULTURE B. F. SHAMBAUOH, A.M., Ph.D. Professor of Political science, University of Iowa. . . .
. . LAW (Constitutional) ADOLPH Moses .
Editor National Corporation Reporter. . . . . . . . · · LAW (Corporation) ISAAC N. DEMMON, A.M. Professor of English and Rhetoric, University of Michigan.. .
. , . LITERATURE FREDERICK M. WARREN, Ph.D. Professor of Romance Languages, Adelbert College. '
. . . LITERATURE WALLACE RICE Critical stair. “The Dial."' . . . . . . . . .
. . . . LITBRATURE JESSB MACY, M.A., LL.D. .
. . Professor of Political Scien
. . POLITICAL SCIENCE tical Science, iowa College, w. W. WILLOUGHBY, Ph.D. "Associate Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University..
. . POLITICAL SCIENCI SAMUEL FALLOWS, D.D., LL.D. Ex-Pres. Il. Wesleyan University.
. . . . RELIGIOI H. M. POWERS, Ph.D. . Professor of Sociology, Cornell University.' . . . . . ...
. . SOCIOLOG JACOB RBICHARD, Ph.B.
Professor of Zoology University of Michigan. . . . . . . . . . . . . ZOOLOG N. H, PRVEY
vertroduction to the study of Zoology. eic. · · · · · · · · · ZOOLOG
The $200.00 Prize Awarded
HE prize of $200.00 offered by The World To-Day for the best and most suitable design for a permanent cover has been awarded. The design winning the prize appears on the front
cover of this issue. Over one hundred drawings were received in response to the offer; these designs coming from all sections of the country. The drawings were exhibited at the Chicago Art Institute, where the committee composed of Mr. W. M. R. French, Director of the Art Institute; Mr. Lorado Taft, Sculptor, and Mr. Edmund Buckley, Editor of The World To-Day, met on May 26th and made the award.
The Prize of $200.00 Was Awarded to
EARL STETSON CRAWFORD
The FOLLOWING RECEIVED HONORABLE MENTION: EDWARD J. KRASA,
337 Wasburn Ave., Chicago PETER MAGNINE, .
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On the following pages are reproduced a few of the many designs submitted. It is, of course, impossible to do justice to these drawings with half-tone illustrations. The beautiful coloring is lost, and a false effect in some cases created by colors coming black in photographing, which in the originals are light. The illustrations, however, will give some idea of the artistic excellence of the originals. It is a source of pleasure to the publishers that this competition has attracted such wide attention and brought to light such excellent examples of the work of many comparatively unknown artists. While all could not win, THE WORLD TO-Day offers some substantial encouragement to the unsuccessful by the announcement that several of the best designs will be purchased for covers for special editions of the magazine.