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THE MICHIG

,N DAILY

LiLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of.
niversity. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
me 3 THURSDAT, NOVEMBER 9, 1922 Number 40

WHAT'S GOING ON

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Brilliant Future For Poland
Is Predicted By Instructor

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NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.

aeulty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these colleges Friday, Nov.
at 4:15 p. m. in Room 411 Engineering building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
hodents, College of Literature; Science, and the Arts:
The following students are directed to report their Ann Arbor addresses
Registrar A. G. Hall at once:
William Brownrigg, Steve Canavera, Charles Champion, Nelson Drey-
as, Nathan Feinsinger, Walter Gabel, Normhan Gerlach, Stewart Goldberg,
oward Kerr, Harold Latta, Paul McClurg, Howard McFarland, Raymond
son, Leonard Powers, Raymnond Richardson, Stanley Stancevitch, Walter
alford. A. G. HALL..
ivisory Commdttee on University Extension:
There will be a meeting of the Advisory Committee on University Ex-
nsion In the Extensgin. offie, Room 8,. University Hall,.on Thursday after-
on, No1. 9, at 4:30 p. m.
W. D. HENDERSON.
N LIterty Students x
Desiring to visit the stacks and workrooms of the University Library
ollowing the talks on the Library given in the Rhetoric classes), will be
own through in groups on Thursday evening, Nov. 9, from 7-8. Students
1 plcase come to the Delivery Desk, second floor.
FREDERICKA B. GILLETTE,
Superintendent of Circulation & Stacks.
uiblie ReCtfl, "The Diseiple":
On Thursday evening, Nov. 9, at 7 o'clock, in the Auditorium of Univer-'
y Hall, ProfessorRtay K. I~mmel will give a recital of Bernard Shaw's
ay, "Tke Devil's Disciple". All students of Public Speaking are urged to
tend. The public is cordially invited. There will be no admission fee.
is is the first of a series of public programs to be given this year under
e auspices of the Department of Public Speaking.
THOS. C. TRUEBLOOD.
0. T. C. Band:
Regular rehearsal will be held at 7 p. m. Thursday in Newberry Hall.
veral instruments are still on hand to be issued, especially altos and
sses. Foe rolhnent in the band apply at Room 103 Eng. building.
FREDERICK W. HOORN,
Capt. S. C., D. O. L.
blic Lecture:
,Mr Julius H. Barnes, President of the United States Chamber of Com-
rce and. formerly President of the United States Grain Corporation, will
dress Professor Griffin's class in Marketing Friday afternoon, Nov. 10, at
'clock, in the Natural Science Auditorium. The subject of the lecture will
"Business-National and International". The public is cordially invited
a -t-end. F. E. ROBBINS.
erican Chemical Soelety, U. of IL Section:
The next meeting will be held today, Thtursday Nov. 9, at 8 p. m. in the,
eemical Amphitheater. Professor W. Lee Lewis, Chairman of the Depart-
nt of Chemnistry, Northwestern- University, will deliver an address on
he Organic Chemist at Work".
The meeting will be open to the public and all interested are welcome.
attend. C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
Ulor Engtteers:
Assembly on Friday, Nov. 10, at 8 o'clock in Room 348.
P. FIELD.

That Poland is destined to become
state of no mean importanec in

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moth the economic and intellectual
THURSDAY worlds, in spite of the popular notion
4:00--All freshmen meet at Hill an. that a Pole is a slovenly individual
ditorium. who spends his time fighting and eat-
7 :00-Wayfarers club meets in room ing, is the opinion of Mr. F. E. Jago-
306, Union. zinski of the Engineering college. He
7:00--Glee club meets in assembly says that Poland has engaged in war-
hall Union. fare only in the protection of her in-
7:00-IntercollegIate Zionist a6ssocia- terests and that in normal times the
tion meets in Board of Directors average Pole is found to be an indus-
room, Lane hall. trious person, capable of strenuous
7:15-La Sociedad Iispanica meets in work, whose dogged perseverence and
room 205, University hall. endurance have become proverbial.
7:30-Special meeting of Pennsylvania This does not mean that Poland is in-
club. tellectually deficient nor is she lack-
7:30-Sigma- Delta 01 meets, room ing in educational centers
364, Union. - At present there are six universir
8:00-American Chemical society, Ln-' ties and two national polytechnic in-
' iversity section meets in Chemical stitutions in Poland. The University
amphitheater., of Vulna, established in 1578, is sec-
ond in age only to Cracow, whose date
FRIDAY of founding is set at 1400. This insti-
8:00 a. m.-Meeting of junior engi- ' tution is even older than Heidelberg
neering class, and Vienna. Two new universities
7:00-intercollegiate Zionist associa- have been founded since the war at
tion meets in Board of Directors Posen and Lublin. These two while in
i room, Lane hall. their infancy are progressing rapidly
7:1.-Sealp and Blade meets in room and' are threatening to eclipse the
302, Union. older schools.
Poland's extensive system of sec-
U-NOTICES ondary schools includes 10,000 public
There Is an exhibition of the palmit- schools with' a -total enrollment of
ings of Nicolas Roerich, noted Rus- nearly 2,000,000 pupils as well as 623
sian artist, daily in the West Gallery high schools of which 267 are for
of Alumni Memorial hall. This col- boys, 274 for girls and 84 co-educa-
lection is placed on display under tional. Fine arts have not been neg-
the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art - lected in Poland, for specialized in-
association. stitutions have been established in
Westerners club fall dance will be several of the largest cities, the acad-
held Saturday, Nov. 25, at the Pack- emies of fine arts in Cracow and War-
ard academy. Tickets may be re- saw perhaps being the most import-
served now by calling C. F. Gallo-, ant. There are four conservatories of

that this proximity is favorable be-
cause all continental trade with the'
greater part of Russia must go
through Poland.
VISIT DE TROIT

MAROON-PRINCETON
BATTLES MAY STOP
Chicago, Nov. 8.-In spite of wide-
spread agitation for more intersec-1
tional football games of the Chicago-
Princeton type, there is little chance
of the Maroons going east next year
on a Tiger hunt.
Since it was first announced that
this year's intersectional battles would
be final for Big Ten teams, public opin-
ion all over the country has raised a
loud voice of protest.
Coach Stagg, when interviewed on
the subject, declared himself heartily
in favor of intersectional games. He
believes that if Iowa accepts Yale's in-
vitation, it may be regarded as a sig-
nal for the reopening of intersectional
athletic relations. He does not, how-
ever, anticipate action without the
permission of the Conference board.
Loss something? A classified In
the Daily will find it.--Adv.

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- Mr. A. C. Marshall, '93E, vice-pres-1
ident of the Detroit Edison company,
will speak at 8 o'clock tomorrow eve-
ning to the senior electrical engi-
neers at the Detroit Edison Boat.
club on "Flow to Raise Money". Fol-
lowing this there will be a tour of
inspection of the Connors creek pow-
er house of the Detroit Edison com-
pany at the foot of Lycaste avenue,
Detroit. -,
The trip is arranged under the au-.
spices of the Detroitt-Ann Arbor
branch of the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers, and also in-
cludes an inspection of the Industrial
Lighting exhibit at the Hotel Tuller
in Detroit at 4 o'clock.
Those who wish to make the trip
are to be at the corner of State and
Packard streets at 2 o'clock tomorrow
to take the special car for Detroit.
Grotto Band to Meet
All members of the grotto band who
desire to play at the high school game
next Saturday are asked to leave their
names at the Grotto club rooms.

way, 2593-R.
Tryouts for the Senior Lit speedhall
team will practice this afternoon on
Ferry field at 3 o'clock. Men should
report either to Henry Mudd or
Coolidge Kreis.
Indian Poet Gives
Tribute To Artist
Exhibiting Here
Rabindranath Tagore wrote the fol-"
lowing letter of appreciation recently
to Nicolas Roerich, whose works are
now' on exhibition in Alumni Memor-
hdl hall, under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor Art association.
"Your picture which I saw in youri
room and some reproductions of your
pictures which ap'peared in some art
journal profoundly moved me. They
made me realize-one thing which onQ
needs to discover for oneself, over and
over again: it is that truth is in-I
finite. When I tried to find words to
describe to myself what were the ideas
which -your pictures suggested, I fai'-
ed. It was because the language of
words can only express a particular
;aspect of truth, aid the language .of
pictures finds its - domain in truth
where words have no success."
Professor Roerich, who was head of
the Art school of Moscow is partly of
Scandinavian ancestry, though his
family have been in Russia since the
time of Peter the Great. In Russia
Professor Roerich is considered the
color exponent of Rimsky-Kersakov,
the Russian composer.

music, located in Cracow, Warsaw,
Lwowj and Posen. The highest scien-
tific institution in this-country is the
Polish Academy of Science in Cracow,
which city in reality is the center of
Polish learning.
Poland is the sixth largest state in
Europe ranking after Russia, Ger-
many, France, spain and Sweden. It
:s slightly smaller than the state of
California. It has a population of
some 30,000,000 people.
According to Mr. Jagozinski, Poland
since the war has become more high-
ly centralized than is generally be-'
lieved. He declared that Poland oc-
cupys a strategic position geograph-
ically, that her common border with
Russia, Germany and Czecho-Slovak-
ia will necessitate a strong military
force at all times. He states however,

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an imporitnt assembly of the Sophomore Engineers
Engineering building. on Thursday, Nov. 9, at 10 a.
the class is urged to be present.
C. E. WILSON, Mentor.

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politan police and since 1919 has been
director of a special branch of the
service. Sir Basil's family is a not-
able one, .his father being the late
Archbishop of York.
Thomson received his early educa-
tion at Eton, but his university work
was done at New College, Oxford,
from which; he graduated with honors
and where he achieved the distinction
of being a president of the Oxford Un-
ion.

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Stment of Scotland .Club Plans Clubhouse
ir.Basil Thonmson, K. Tickets for the dance to be given
'er the fourth of the Thanksgiving evening were placed on
rical Association lee, sale at the regular weekly meeting of
Wednesday, Nov. 16. the Cleveland Club at Union Tuesday
van's long record of
a prestige and abun- night. The meeting was given over
on. which to draw for to discussion of the opening of a club
Experience in Scot- I house at the beginning of next semes-.
oom 1913-1919 he was ter -and a membership drive which is
ssioner of the metro- to be conducted this year.

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Zoologists )Ieet Tonight
Members of the Zoological Journal
club of the University will hold their
regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock this
evening in room 231 of the Zoological
laboratory. A review of Farsel's "Le
Monde des Faumis" and Wheeler's
"Ants of the Belgian Congo," are on
the program.

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