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THE MICHIGAN DAILY STRAMRH

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O TED BIOL OGIST

JSTE3WO7R K ERS P RO0VE EX PERTLS
HEN CATCIfN G RD R VETS

tidit. Chatterji, Noted Oriental
Lecturer, Tells of Progress f
in Indian Intstitutions. f
EKS HIGH- STANDARDS
dares De grees Easier to Get
r n ITT4r C w xn aTarca

Author° of Paris Gain'.
FEATURES BY HOBBS
IOffering a variety of featur
articles the Technic, student pub:'
cation of the engineering colleg#
appears on the campus this morn,
ling. Sale of. the magazine in th

xrLJAZ Y.J..v. L'I_41 1)11a i..u4II nails of tne engineering ouilin;
or British Clc s. will begin Monday morning.
Col. H. W. Miller's article, "Mi
That many features of the edu- ntary Explosives," is given specd
rational system of American uni- prominence in this issue. Colon
varsities surpass those of colleges Miller, who is head of the engii
in Eng;land as well as in Europe, is oc Bring drawing department, has ri
the opinion held by Pandit Jagadsh Icently published his book on "T]
Q~.ndr Chttei, amos Hnd- ,. ~.Paris Gun." Since the war he h<
phlspewolctr't l .. made an extensive study of the gu
injounialism, sociology,~ semetics, hihteGraamyuef
and philosophy during his' threehebmamntoPai.A
day stay in Anhn Arbor. [istration of it appears with t]
Pandit Chatterji; who is Article.
atour of some of the lar ,er A~nr Featus inave also been prepare
ian universities and who i1at5. -yProi. William H. Hobbs, pre
t director of the InteruatiJ 21'es or of Geology, Ward 0. Whee
School of Vherdic and Aii id -r, '30E, P'rof. George G. Brown,c
~search in New York, an institution the chemical engineering depar,
h~aving' for its object a better mu- Assotreir sPA4* ment, and Prof. J. Raleigh Nelso:
tual understanding and apprecia- Sir Ronald Lindsay, of the engineering English depar'
tion of' the cultures of the east and{ Newly appointed ambassador from Great Britain to. the United ment.
«est, was educated at the Sanskrit States, with his wife, lady Lindsay. They were snapped on board- the --
ellege, Calcutta, and later at iner Aquitania as the new ambassador arrived in this country to take up Bowling in a regularly organi;
'T'inity college, Cambridge. ; ofcaduisfhsnepst ed tournament, Mrs. C. Fanninge
Raplid Progress :Noted thufofficiaNduties rfcistnew past
In discussing edu.cational -meth- wo__r~--- - ---- uflorN.perforecny fomade
od~s in India, Pandit Chatterji stat- ;RUSSIAN ATHEISTS WARNED AGAINST mw ol erd. peromeanefr
ed that although native universiteanr rmnbwer.Serle ef
are far behind both American and VI LENCEi, BUT OPEN REL II US WAR score of 300, making it in the fir,
BCihintttinrai rors game of a bracket of three. In tl
is being made improving facilities (B1y Associated Press)I who declared that propaganda piar- gallery were H. W; Pollack, viet
and educational standards. "Until, MOS COW, March 21. - pfciax ticularly must be intensified] par- president of the American Bowfin
recently there were few residential! warning to be moderate in carrying tiual mn oe h, l congress, and 100 other witnesse
universities in India since most in- otteat-eiiu apin sidwr oeinrn n uFrhrpefracMs.Fni
stitutions were merely examining th. Sovit gvernentandther hamo e norntawas awarded a gold medal by th
bodiesnwhre studetaswouldgontor-}perstitious tanme.Ladies' Bowling Association of tl
matriculation. Cmuitprywsteitr hsmdrtohwvr i United States.
Sanskrit college at, Calcutta is; pretation gained today from Thismoderation,_however,_did
easily the outstanding university :n speeches before the opening of the not pre vent speakers striking back I ______________
the country having an enrollment All-Union Congress of Atheists. at Pope Pius for his recent denun- Detroit Theatres
of over 25,0009. In addition to being A succession of speakers told the ciation of the anti-religious camn-
an examining body as well as aj congress that their ropag indist paign, and for his mass and pray-
residential university, it is widely m 'ust abandon the idea that reli- ers Wednesday at St. Peter's. The I CAS THEATER
known as a post graduate school,"j gion can be exterminated in RussiaI "Godless One," official atheist or- TeMris oeyHto h
Mtated Pandit Chatterji. over-night. They declared that ex- gan, printed a dirawing of the pon-; Season!
"]Degrees from colleges are easier cesses committed by atheistic work-1 tiff sitting placidly on a thrones6
tobtain from American univer-I ers and village officials in the wair while victim after victim of the re-!"BIRD IN HAND"
shies than from British or Indian,' on religion must forthwith cease. l.igious inquisition was hanged and BY JOHN 1DRINKWATER
sinice hee students are examined The conclave was warned that no ortured before him. Youth and Loyve at their Gayest,
at the .end of each semester on a i attempt must be made to clossc - --- ___--___--___
subject, whereas under the English !churches by force, to remove -
adIndian system, comprehensiveI church bells, to coerce peasants in- L
examinations are given at the end "to joining the league of the God-0atn p
of two or four years", he added. I less, or to proclaim entire districts I I3 hop121r
Expansion is Planned as "atheistc:regions."
"B y greatly increasing all facili- l Al e n t v s o pe c f l a g - yPSFRSti s nd f er g m nyo ean
ties nd oferingmany m enAt, erais opaceuai u-and
Sihr arships, Indian educational smintfiperuasion ropaandatad FR SH COFFEE-CAKE TOD Y
Stard have been raise. Poorscetfcepatinwrlsed Poe90
relationships still exist between the by Emelyan Yarosiavsky, chairman 707 Packard StreetPhn 960
teachers, who are English, and the of th1e Society of Militant Atheists,:
native students. This is ;slow ly be- r Icjrr2~~~
lug remedied, however, by the factofI
that more and more Hindu teach-;
rgs" are now instructing at the col- 4lt h t n
andit Chatterji is devoting; 802 PACKARD ST.
coming of an increasing numr-ber of Snappy Service L
Hindu studcents for study at the Try
great universities- in this country,
"zwell as in fEurope. England at-, Our Special 35c Dinners
tacts the most brilliant- scholars Daily and Sunday 5 to 7 P. tn. I
,fom India since mtor e encouragme- Fountain Luncheon . -i W
ient is g;iven them by the British, 11 a. m. to 12 mn.
venmi ent," Pandit Chattr said.
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TO IVEL CTU R :Michigan's erstwhile outfielders cone so that it will br directly in
have a rival in the man who does! the path of the7ncmn rivet,
ry1 Sense and Language of Bees'' all the rivet-catching in the con- which, if siicc:,s u1l,1lendLs inu the
Will be Subject of German struction of the addition to the cone with a metallic_, clink>.
Lawyers>' club. Standing high up! Several afternoo:ns of tireless
Scientist's Address. on the steel girders that top .,he vigil by the inquii ing reporter fail-
LAE IN FED already-completed part of the ed to reveal a single miss. What,
ISLA ERI5IED struc cure, he spends his time +7w 'O~dh~pn fte^catcher nmiss-
ing flaming red-hot rivets thte i: u scas o uch con-
re Prof. Karl von Frisch of the Uni- shot t~n>t t"]i-WSU
i-,r~sity of Munich, Germany. 't. z?? Cd One-ctIthe- ed-h ct rivet iscaugh71t,.
r ie, lutatdlcuea 41, I e2 h ws r on m h a i; tout from theCoC
; 1i ^ a l u t a e e t r t 4 13" n h, t n71t i I ru e day in N atural Science aui - w hich is his catcher'sc glove, the11 the hole in the, big st -' grder tha;t
gs ; tor'um on "The Sense and Lean- rivets in truth are tossed ulu tote is waiting to re cie t. Th, with
guage of the Bees." worker by a 7men 1'2teds iteia clattering, tw .ootewokra-
Dr. von. Frisch has been chair- furnace loated beahind thie shell.- iply their '0 -hri-es ofat-
zlman of the department of zooio):y walls that will soon hose mere ten the end of the rive into place.
at Munich the past four. years.an of Michia r",,s bristling law stu- This done, the rivet-catcher
elIhas devoted his time to svtuzdyin dents. :tan :bac +i.h i ld ifaanst the
n- 1ithe physiology of animal coloatiicn I When he is ready to receive the sky, his arms fol ded across his
eand the behavior of bees, especially! hot rivets, he signifies hsis readiness c~hest, Napoleon-like, and wanits till
h1,the subject of color vision. His in--I by tapping the sides of the tin cone his assistants are reaIdy for anoth-
a vestigations have attracted wide c t- with a large pair of pincers. If er of the flaming red things,.
in :;e'^ on an;' he is frequentl- ca~ed this fails to arouse the fjri,^c, - - ---
I p o etrebfr sinil;t ideb the catcher augments the 32 s Tz ousewiv r
i _,ieties and universities. 'hgn by a lusty shout. Then, I desertine- the v ashtf b i- number
he Speaking of him, :Prof. Fete^ a a re,-1o bjet'I comes hurrtling 'of laundry work ers. i Ena nd has;
kkelbrg; xecutve scretay ofthe r, the brown--over-I increased from 10)5,780 to 135,030 in
ed te University zoology department, ;glled worker maneuvers the metal the last six years.
o ,i "Dr. von Frisch is one of the _______ __
1 ders of his generation of bilo - _llll1111111111111111fl
o' fsts in Germany and conduct.; one
Itf the most active zoological lab -
n' ,ratonies in that country." =-o G r
'"Professor von Frisch is speaking
? n this country under the auspices I
.) the Institute of International =.
Education, New York City. His ap- =w
1 earance here is as one of the Uni-q.:
ofjversity Lecture series.
a_ _ _ _ _-
o- American standards of business S :
"t1 management and office efficiency==
st are being adopted in many foreign -
hie °countries.
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"MEET THE E
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«., A Comedy ..
STARTING ...; MATINEE 2:30 P. M. EEIG31 .M
MONDAY 2.:
THFAMILY 2 Tickets at League Box Office Phone 6300E
'TEUPSTAIRS" -2
Whitne Th arEvenings .... 75c and 50c
Matinees.............50c
Matinees: Wednesday-Saturday2

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everyone who secs it. It will please you,

LAST
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I~ PICED AT
You Will This Great March Sal e
Find
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II Chairs tinues-and This Win-.
Sker s dow of Sue.r Values I
Pictures Brings a thrilling New
RugsClimaxiTo TisiMarch
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the stave and the
xt n ighit clubs, of
songs and song
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