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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, f1922

UTREH DDPOE[QSOD OCLLEGES
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SEEI( olls of this university should be
WOMEuN ,vTheo unioni is the debatinig society of
students, of which many of England's
RULINGS" lea ding men havei beena pres itents.

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RUSSI.~AN AUTHOR 3p1 morrow. Mr. Hindus, a native of
*~-rJ,8GIVE TJLI(Russia, is known <asia? authority on
WILL LL ALIK conditions in that, countrLiy. Since i
wvar, hle has splent muichl time studyiig
Maurice U. Hindus, author and the conditions of Russian peasant flif
lecturer will speak at the evenin ('From first hand experience, laibori
service of the Methodist church to-1 with the workers under the Soviet

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1 E . . #.U 1e114 MW a In)order to "protet uthe me, o
-- '~Northwestern t~yiiv y, and to in1--
JDr. Ernst Cohen's Subject IWill IBe i''ethprfsonltlollreo
"Accurate Determination Ofisiuio"a~o~ i~o 'rl
Diffusion Coefficients"
western have adloptcd~ a I egul-a u
provitiiug Ithere mur! hc 450 m~uto
HOLDS CORNELL POST y every z3 s0 Women enrolled in I!"u:.i-
r---- ~versit;-, according to tX cr an Ruynnmd
Dr. Ernst Cohen, processor of phys- !A. bcnt.
teal. chemistry at the University of The rule was mnade to prevent the
Utrecht, will be the speaker at thej practise of women st:r iing one co-
meeting of the Michigan section of the O dulcational institution. 01)(- in cob
American Chemical society at 8 loge, in Ohio, has also taken sto
o'clock Monday night in the chemistry! attra .t nmor e men to its campus.
amhtetr rChnwl etr.on "~The Accurate Determination of LO-NDO11N, Nlov. 1tt.--i '}--if :#cc:-
the Diffusion Coefficients'' lug the teigagantecone~
Dr. Cohen received his degree un- 1 growth inr the numbner of wonen stu-
der van't Hoff at, the University ofj dents, theF Oxford lUitioii So iety h a,-,
Amsterdam and later became his as-! adopted a inrotion that "the wvomn'
sistant and collaborator. In 1902 Dr.!--- ------ ______d_____
Cohen became professor of physical
chemistry at the University of Utrecht,' m E
which position he still holds. In adidi-
tion, he holds the newly appointed I
non-resident professorship at Cornell)
unversity and so devotes several
months of each year in leading the
research work on physical chemistryLasTi s
at this institution. Ls ie
The results of Dr. Cohen's experi- b
ments have been published in some 250, oa
papers, in. Dutch, English, French andToa
German scientific periodicals, the ma-
jority- of which were concerning the
metastability of elements and chem-I
ical compounds. Honorary degrees of
doctor of science have been conferred
upon Dr. Cohen by the University of1
Pennsylvania and Cambridge ::rover-
sity, and he is a member of the Royal I hua
Societies of London and Amsterdam.I 4 0
In addition he is an honorary nmember
of the ,0 emical societies of London,
America, Roumania, Holland, and is
president of the International UnionD ea
of Pure and Applied Chemistry.
Dr. Cohen is returning to the Uni-
versity of Michigan for the second
time, having given his lecture upon SO V E ARE A GA
the metastability of Matter and the+
alleged constancy of our physico- PRESENIN 'G
chemical constants before' the Mich-
igan section of the American Chemical'
society in two. lectures on Nov. 1 and
2, 1921.
Preceding the lecture Dr. Cohen willE'
be a guest of the Chemical society at r f
a banquet at the Union, to which mem-
bers of the Detroit Chemical society
have been invited.
PARIS.-Preiler Poincare received
miother vote of confideun~ce when the
Chamber of Deputies" defpated an,-
gplendinent to the budget offered by " .,}....
tlie' Radicals. / ....
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