It is difficult to pique the curiosity of the public with the word geography, when for SO long it has meant arid lists of countries, rivers, mountains, plains, and cities, forced as SO many isolated facts into a child's relue tant mind. Such it is no longer. But the modern geographer finds himself confronted with a problem: how is it possible to convey, an idea of the changed character of geography while using the same Old label? It has become a university study, with wide knowledge as a prerequisite. It is a live, alluring, suggestive subject, yet still we continue to call it geography for lack of a better term.