THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Indian Novelist Views
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
A sale of prints for Christmas
being conducted by the Univer-
ity Museum of Art until Dec. 7.
Prints are available to students
the University during the entire
eriod of the sale. Beginning Dec.
prints will also be available to
he faculty, staff and the general
The sale is open from 2 p.m. to
p.m., Monday through Friday.
rints purchased during the first
wo weeks of the sale may be
icked up on Nov. 30, and after
hat date, they can be taken at
he time of sale. Payments are
ly check or money-order.
The prints are "within a modest
rice range," said museum off.i-
ials. Works of Villion, Picasso,
3onnard, Braque, Dufy, Degas,
[atisse, and other artists are pre-
mted, as well as illuminated
aanuscript sheets. Twenty English
rints will be added to the sale
'ithin a few days.
There is limit of five prints
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"Discussing the contemporary,
literary scene in India, consider-
ing the number of languages spo-
ken in the country, is like trying
to judge literacy in the Tower
Of Babel," Khushwant Singh said
The Indian novelist explained
that there are 14 languages re-
cognized by the ,constitution plus
at least 150 others that have their
own literature. "Some are writ-
ten left to right, as in English,",
Singh said, "and some are written
right to left. Others aren't written
at all and are still rich in litera-
Evaluations of writing are often
colored by the rivalry between
different language groups who are
trying to promote their own cul-
tures, Singh added.
"There is a legend. that the
Hindus were trying to claim that
their culture, was very old, even
older than the ancient Chinese.
temple and very deep in the earth,
they found a rusted steel wire, and
proclaimed it as evidence that
the early Hindus had knowledge
of the telephone.
"The Muslims had to equal that
claim, so they started digging near
a mosque. They dug and dug but
didn't find anything, so they an-
nounced that as evidence that
their ancestors had known about
the wireless telegraph."
Prose, the novel, short story,
and drama, must be able to stand
the ,test of translation. Poetry has
never been able to'do this, he said.
Once a work has been translat-
ed, especially into English, its re-
ception in that language must be
considered. "Publishing, with its
expenses and small rewards, is
so very bad in India that no In-
dian will publish first in his own
country. He will publish abroad,
and judges will note how the work
has been received."
Haimson To Speak
On Russian Revolt
Prof. Leopold H. Haimson, of
the Uninversity of Chicago depart-
ment of history, will speak on
"Intelligentsia and Workers; From
Observation on the Background
of the Russian Revolution" at 4:110
p.m. today in Aud. B.
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Type A; Speech CbrT.; Jr. HS English;
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NOVEMBER 17, 1960 -
Programs, social events, entertain-
ments, debates, etc. which are to be
presented to the campus or to a large
segment of it are subject to approval
by Student Government Council. Pe-
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2 weeks before the event is to take
place and publicity may not be released
until approval has been secured. Forms
"may be secured from Miss Julia Wins-
ton, Admin. Sec., Student Government
Council, 3011 Student Activities Builrd-
ing. Activities may not be scheduled
for the seven days prior to the be-
ginning of a final examination period.
FOR DETAILED PROCEDURES see1
UNIVERSITY REGULATIONS CON-
CERNING STUDENT AFFAIRS; CON-
DUCT, AND DISCIPLINE.
Baha'i Stud. Group, Meeting, Nov.
17, 8 p.m., League.
Circle, Luncheon Meeting, Nov. 171
12-2 p.m., League, Conf. Rm, 2.
Christian Science Org., Testimony
Meeting, Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m., Lane Hall,
Foresters' Club, Meeting, Nov. 17,
7:30 p.m., 2054 NS. Speaker: Dr. Ste-
phen Spurr, "Recent South Pacific
Travels." Ensian photographer will be
present so wear a sport shirt. Refresh-
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Galen's Med. Soc., Nov 17, 8 p.m,
NS Bldg., 5th Fl. Epeaker: Dr. L. Bur-
ney, 'Surgeon General, "Government
and Medical Education."
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Intern'tl Folk Dancers, NO meeting
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La Sociedad Hispanica, Meeting, Nov.
17, 8 p.m., 3050 FB. Programa sobre
"Argentine," peliculas, balle, refrescos.
NAACP, Membership Drive Table,
Nov. 15-18, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Fishbowl.
Riding Club, Open riding with Drill
Team, Nov. 17, 6:50 p.m., WAB,
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Youth Rm. Speaker: Ted Ntoampe of
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The new Bollweevil Jass Bandl Rec-
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