On Tuesday evening, April 5, Major Zinovi Pechkoff will speak in the Quiet Room of the Union, at 8 o'clock, on "Putting Europe Together Again." Before' the address, which is open only to Union members, a dinner will be given in M. Pechkoff's honor by the Governing Board. Members of the Faculty, especially those connected with the Russian Department, and several undergraduates will be invited.
Major Pechkoff is the adopted son of Maxim Gorky--considered by some the most influential man in Russia today. During the war he served in the French Foreign Legion, and was well known as a courageous and brilliant officer. He lost an arm at the Battle of Arras, and has received the Croix do Guerre, the Medaille Militatre and other French decorations. Last summer he was in southern Russia; helping to reorganize General Wrangel's army, and is now making speeches on different subjects throughout the United States.