WEPNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1926 THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~
F EICN TEACHERS
T GIVE LECTURES
Vro~ssors Of Philosophy Froiii Tue
~orbonne and Calcutta Conic
.Here From Cambridge
I~ARLY DATE OBTAINED
Pi~f. Lucien Levy Bruhi of the
1,hil isophy department at the Sor-
bon ~, and Prof. S. N. Dasgupta of
the hilosophy departm~nt in Presi-
Oen college, Calcutta, have been
obt ed by the Univer~tity to lecture
oon. These men have been in
atte ance at the International Con-
gr~s of Philosophy, which was held
at C3 bridge, Mass., Sept. 13-17.
P fessor Bruhi, whose lecture will
he h d Oct. 19, has announced that he
wifl ,~peak on "Primitive Mentality."
In 1 9-20, he served as exchange pro-
iess at Harvard. He also delivered
the ~ibwell lectures, whcih have since
bee ublished under the title, "Prim-
Pt~fssor D~sgupta has chosen "Edu-
cati and International Relations"
fbr ~s lecture October ~1, which will
be Id under the auspices of the
Uni~rsity and the Schqol of Religion.
MICHIGAN MEN DELIVER LECTURES
TO CORNELL B~TANY CONFERENCE
During the summer the University about once in five years.
of Michigan was represented at the At this meeting there were repro--
International Congress of Plant
sciences, held at Cornell university ~entatives from almost every country
three in the world. Of the 1,200 in at-
fin Ithica, N. Y., Aug. 16-23, by tendance, however, 1,000 were from
members of the botany department, the United States and the rest fyoin
~there through invitation by the Con-
countries in Europe. The small rep-
Igress, and by the rest of the depart- resentation from European countries,
~nent in attendance at the meetings.
Two of the men from here who were according to Professor Kauffman, was
~Iue to the fact that in most of the
present by request were, also invited
to give papers on their respective sub- is opean countries the poverty rate
Jeets to the assembly. Prof. C. H. very high, especially among scient-
Kauffniai~ delivered a paper on Kleb's ists. The needy were helped to some
theory of the control of developmental ~ this year by a fund that was
processes and its application to fungi. 'made up by the Congress and contri-
And Prof. E. G. Anderson read to the buted to by most of the large univer-
Congress his paper on the stability of skies in the country.
This Congress is the largest gath- IRead~t 1AT~r~4~ AA~
ering that botanists and plant men are~ he ~ ~
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