POLAND: To Williamstown

Arrived in the U. S. tall (6 ft. 3 in.), handsome Count Alexander Skrzynski (pronounced Sh-trin-ski), Polish Foreign Minister. At a Manhattan pier a swarm of his fellow-countrymen greeted him. To them the Count addressed Polish words.

To reporters he waxed cheerful over conditions in Poland. Asked about finances, he was able to reply in a prolonged burst of optimism that they never had been better. On Russia as a neighbor, he was not less eloquent, but he thought that "the Russian people are worse off and more unhappy" than they...

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