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October 05, 1924 - Image 10

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tinivers ity

fDis cip line

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American Trip



Thillowing Ilicizigan Students5

Through A Summer 's South American Cruise

The Shiclnt Cinil And fli einlinc

The first party ever to be sent by The trip (down the Pacific coast to
A~~ ~JL~AA~A~ ~an American educational ins~titutionl Peru, which took five days, was a
________-- to South America,, to study the poli- wonderful experience, for the equator
Preliminary action on studlent dis-*1 cording as the two faculty heads and el cnmcadsca odtoswscosd twstefrttm
ciplne csescomig beorethere, to foster the' growing feeling} of t hat any membler of the party had ever
cpiecsscmnbeoethePUn- jthe council president sawlim afiotpr:int.to- rssdaidthywreal ntitd
versity Discipline committee or the IIfreIiniiadc-oeiontat(s4hcosd S('[te wr ~ ntiaesadti" ede
Sente ommtte o Stdet Afais II hTheudntturdrerntstd areoh rfits ireee tntIgit (on Mteoth iogests wtbewe thrn"ethee
'will be taken by the Student Council thes commit tees. ThrTe councilmen1 the rI'(!)blic s of the Soufi ian51d to d1 - tenderfeet" on board, into the shrine
this year. The students will try theiri attend the meetings of each of th1r1iliv,1bojessge f o~ir'd~ iP eri ;of NepltuneiC All appeared, in bathing
fellow students for mis-demeanors and although they are not entitled to bly President Burton to thme lresidefits i costaiiiic before Ding Neptune, where
maknginesigtins n~ rconmn-a vote they have a voice in the discus- of I.atin l nieri an unaiversit i<S sI lf'd anl acount of their misdeeds5 on board
dations upon same. Such recommen- Sionl of all cases, and( can p~resenlt their 11011 e waslst.1117 o mia(nId u"v f'u~ it p)unishmenlt meted
datlons of the Student council will be views on the recommendations thats tended tour of Soulth Anric~a. (I'~out'.'Several were found guilty of
accepted, modified or rejected by the'the council has made. -ough, '25; Douglas Flood, '24;Al-! Hitiming with the girls on board. Fin-
faculty body under whose jurisdiction This discipline system is thci re- fe 3(mnbe 2;]rd nK'v l eedce ne ae n
the particular case comes. This in satlt of discussion last year as to the ClyJ.L, '2Cti;: Nori:a Viise in;g ;J.I pre sented wvith a diploma signed by
Al i'1'a,~' 1 i'' c(e)tbrief is the process by which student (melargemient of self-government in t .Shroo,'h;eI 'SII1WOt thi~oe, which certified that they
disciplinary action will be taken. i University for stdns.Udrth inrt aier 2< ;seli . ~. could cenjoy the pirivilege of the. mier-
ThrnvriyComte nDs old system there was no definite ar-i '11Tien, '25 forumed'(the 0 ~rcii1). ma idsand co her denizens of the deep!.
cipline exercises authority over all rangement as to what cases would IrTesp. ioners in a iev teimi v:r 1 IFourth of. July was also observed
disciplinary cases invc;lving studentsI be triedl by the faculty and what ones1 under the dilrect ion of (Carlos ,ar ',on board wvithi a celebration in which
from more than one school or cdo- by the students. Of those cages! Prado and Guillermo 1). le cra, 1-1 ti ti75?n gc]'r heartily joined. The
lege of the Unversity, and acts in any which were tried by the students on- 'structors of SpaniBeib in the 1 'ii i'v~l, 'irty dunned costumes, Senor Gar-
other casps which are referred to it. ly one recommendation of the Stud- who wvere well-fitted for their p'-c ia appearng as a Chintaman. T~he
by the faculties of the various schiools , ent council was rejected. tion, as they are natives of ouhiitt South American port was reach-
and colleges acting through theirI In the minutes of the May, 1924 descendants of long line of Spani:;h ed] when the Santa Teresa landed at
proper authorities. The faculties of! meetings of the University Board of ancestors andl widely bauno li in t'a i -a aa, Peru.
schools and colleges have. complete IRegents, the resolution which brought: country of their birttfi. T'ime Irm a Palara, according to the travellershsln eni h ilna~,"i o
jurlsdiction in all cases of (discipline the new plan into effect is set downf family ha ogbe ntedpomli saCdforsaken waste of sand, in
Which involve only their own stud- as follows: service a Washington. the midst of which are located the
ents, but even such cases, specifically, Resolved; 1. That the Advisory The party was e cager to geto et oil fields in South America. The
or as a general policy, may be refer- Committee of the Student Councili hand information of Soth Awrc: town has been built almot solely by
Ted for action to the Universit~y Coi- (which is composed of the President I conditions, especma i aly c n ennoni h t n ad Ol o p n. T ee i
mittee on Discipline. The literary of the Council and four other mein-I versity life. Their plans were nppr oi--, no vegetation or water whatever,
college has made a definite p)olicy of hers) be given the power, subject tof ed by the Pan-American V11ion at ,1)th food andI drink being imported
referring all of their discipline cases the provisions of paragraph 3 (below),s Washington, an organization of all the froin 40 mniles away-and there are
directly to the committee all cases I to conduct a preliminary investiga-Amranrpbisby ayamc >orad.A elgtnoftuns
whic com befre te Unverity ro into all cases concerning discip-I sadlors andl ministers, who sent leti. 's was shown ~hrough the Standard Oil
Committee on discipline or the Senate liine which under the present system of introdluct ion to accompa~rny thlose of Iplant by the officials and they were
Committee on Student Affairs are firstI are now referred by the Dean of PeietBro drse oSa m ie elwloe
forines-Stdens o ithr he nieriern universities and government -. Salaverry, Peru, was the next stop.
reer-t tdn oni The delegation sailed oil June 11,Most; of tIb~se west coast ports have
tigation and recommendation. 1 Committee on Discipline or tihe Sen-
If heDen o sudntsorth con-j te omitee n tuentAfais. taking the Grace Linedmst earner Stis no srbors whatever. Large ships
IfteDa fsuet rtecu-IatComteonSuntAfis Teresa, en route to Pnm.( -i'_ anchor three miles off shore and the
cil itself feels doubtful as to the a!- 1 2. That the Advisory Committee concerning Somitii America n s1Z~ania are brought to shore in
visability of the council's handling of the Student 'Council shall make a ; tioll and lpanguages were giv,- i S :1vsnmall hosts, operated by men called
an especially delicate case a commit- confidential report'of its findings of on hoard by loessrs . ?err eial aect "f'teraos.'' Thmese fleteros are cheer-
tee is called together, composed of theI facts and recommendations as to Garcia-1Pr ado, to fit the :sa~l:r t dIal co;tes; they promise faithfully
Dean of students, Chairman of the punishment to the Dean of Students.'Ithlicir exlpe rices iii thbe Si it. Ii.(lin i, m thl i aice is two pesos for a ride,
University Discipline Committee and for transmissioni to the proper facuil- gquainlt city of Panaa a s I h (ii eamb wa, hu roce on shore, they re-
the President of the Student Council, ty committee, which shall have. au- ;stop. o lo -toren for less than five pes-
which committee decides the disposi- thority to accept, reject or modify the TJ'I f city wv-as toured by a ni-dmm sin'! .ol-1 Ai--uments, threats, pleas, are
tion of the case. recommendations.
and in the even ing; a:i. an~lu t ",r :as i rall ill v< in. You either pay five pesos
Organization or group inisbehav- . That while the Student -CouncnilIen at theo1hoitel \Vmhim;2O i:- (' ornz -nmiain on land.
ioro are brought before the Senatfe asks the power to investigate "ail" i was at .ended by nmor"e hm tair {r: A ride in one of these boats is an
Committee on Student Affairs. If' a cases which the Dean of Students people, most of them from ti-vb~ihasclde - ' i~nsea,:s are terribly
fraternity is brought up for having a would -ordinarily refer to one of the1 Michigan songs, toaIsts amdi ale- ;-o'gii; u en ifty feet from the steam-
house party without permission, tile two faculty committees, it is under-i Ann Arbor occupi1ed muost. of ce~ve:; or it is impossible to see it, the waves
case would be handled by the Student stood that there may arise cases in ing. The (Canal w~as cerss;med t h- ii ar so hi. Cranes supporting
council which would investigate tle' which it would be inexpedient for tihe day, and the stidz-ims ts 1've an upp hcanging baskets, fare stationed on
matter thoroughly. If guilty, the c:offn- sutdient committee to function. When ltunlity to see this miast eri'-e r ' cleiff's, and the new arrival is placed
cil would recommend the p~unishmenlt, in the opinion of the Dean of Stud- 'Amnerican engineering, whh-tli 1 1.;_t iIsket andl hoisted to shore, as
it thought jlust and deserving to the ents, any such case arises, a con- lpressedl all South Aie;'a xit ' landing in the iboat is almost too
faculty committee which would take mittee composed of the Dean 'of Stud- American constructive gnu.daingerious to be attempted.
action on the recommendation as it ents, the Chairman of the Universityl Panama City, on the wve s ,, 'PyTaillo, the next stopping point,
saw fit. Again in a very delicate Discipline Committee and the Presi-! of the canlal, one of the cido -. t;ci e was founded in the 16th century by
case the investigation would be carrn- dent of the Student Council, each of in the Western Ilemisphere, t'm~u the Conquistador Pizarro. It possesses
ed on directly by the faculty body ac- I the three having. gne vote, shall deC- ed an enjoyable stop. The ea Iut<s l ha ine cathedral and convent, and is

oldest in history. Senor Garcia-

, .

Prado has" over 200 pictures and
pamphlets, given to him by Rafail
Larco Herrera, an immensely wealthy
gentleman of the town, and intends
writing several long articles on them.
A committee was awaiting the ar-
rival of the ship at Callao, the port
of Limna, the capital of Peru, led by
Dr. Alberto A. Giesecko, the Rector
of the University of Cruzco, and gen-
eral director of education in Peru. He
is an, American, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, and was de-

lighted to meet the Michigan boys. es and other points of interest.,]ele-
With him was Dr. Lis H. Bourolcle, gates from the University of San Mar-
director of the normal school of Peru, cos, the oldest educational instittion
and Jorge Diez Sal azar, minister of in the two Americas came to wvelcomen
foreign relations. They arrived in them in the name of the university,
style on the launch of the president of and in the name of the youth ofi Peru .
Peru, took the boys ashore Anid then A tour of tile buildings of San Mar-
for an auto ride in the president's cos followed.
private car. Lima was founded by Pizarro in the
From Callao, the party went in- 16th century. H-is bones are still rest-
land to Lima. As guests of the gover- ing in a case in t'he cathcdrl thtere,
nor, they visited President Leguia and which is one of the oldest , weai+lhie;t
his cabinet and were shown through and most impressive churches in
the public buildings, convents, church- (Continued on Page Fourteen )


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First Floor

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Very Modern

W\ith All

.#I. i I t t l1 1 t t i l l 1 1 ~ l 1 1 l I I U I t ~ I t 1 i 1 1 ~ ~ l t l E ~ i ~ ~ t l l ltr
I Such songs as Varsity, The Yello'
and Blue, The Victors, Songs of Cam-
pus fife, College Days, and many
others deserve a permanent place in
1. every student's library. Get them now
44d refer to them during the whole
school year.
Allmencling er Music Shop
4305 M-AYNARD Phone 1692;
11I1 III ill1! l lii i t1ItfiittjIlN 1:lhil1 iall!<0)I1. 3 i #llliIIlidN 6 B1tiliiaiIIDI,

e wF
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Tiled Shower Bathj
Electric Range
W. H. Butler-
First National Bank Bldg.,
401-M After 5:30-442-j 4

, .

An Opportunity to Hear Such Prominent Public Men
and Platform Artists Is Rarely Given.

Ticket Distribution
In The East
(Continued from Page Nine)
ily (wife, 'sister, brother, parents,
children) : 2 tickets each for H-arvard
game, 2 tickets each for Princeton
game. Persons who applied under
any other classification may not apply
in this group. This group is for the
accommodation of Yale men who per-
sonally cannot attend the game, but
desire tickets for the members of their
immediate families.
A 'block of 250 seats, the only ones
not allotted to someone directly coni-
nected with the uijversity, are reserv-
ed for outsiders. This block includes
eight tickets to the Mayor of New.
Haven; eight to the New Haven Chief
of Police; and two tickets each to
City, State and other officials, as long
as they last.
In spite of the fact that alumni
are receiving only two tickets apiece,
officials of the Yale Alumni 'Weekly
report no dissatisfaction from them
as to the manner of distribution. In
fact, they declare, alumni esteem it a
privilege if they succeed in securing
their two.

termine definitelyl;Wetherr tecase throeftewrl'mstb'u-
in question shall the refrred to ther, absrbled mnuch oof lthe in or?tf, of
Student Advisork 'Committee.' the party.

the seat of. an old university, 'situated
'in a valley that was the center of-
the 01(1 Chimin civilization, one of the

A Car Worthy of Its Name


While fifty-per cent' of cars failed to pass the test, Rickenbackers passed& 100

To be servcd with the
same' dishes day after
day is enough to dis-
courage anyone' appe-
tite-that's why we try
to vary our menu with
a selection of appetiz-
ing foods.


Ll enator Borah
Kennedy-Matthison Co...,

..... November 11
* ...Novem~ber 18

Edwin M. Whitney ". . ".......". December9

Uncle Henry (Gorge Creel)

Vil ijalmur Stcffansson .. . ,.. . ... October 2

..... January 15

.... ".- October 30

Flarrv E. Fosdick ...... . .. ..January
Henry VanDyke



per cent. In other words, in th' 50
Wk. GLEEFULLY WELCO VED) the chance 1o prove
in official tests-where all coul see-what a
wonde~rfuli safety factor Jtickeimbacker 4-Whecel
'Brakes tire.
AND AVE SAID "This will lie Rickenbacker Week,"
-is soon as we heard there was going to be an
offiei6f test In Detroit
TINE WAS EXTEND)ED to two wees-and that
was all thie better for Jiickenbacker.
IT 1"ROVED TO BE just one long series of demton-
stratious with Rickenmbacker the star of the
entire 'performance.
IT PO VEf), FOR ONE THING, that 90 per cent of
f raffle accidents .ire e ausc d by poor brakes.
IT PROVED THAT 2-BRAKE CARS are never safe
unless brakes are ini perfect adjustment.
I I PRG VED) that if all cars were eqhuipped~( with
to60llical 4-wheel brakes like the "1'fec-
util'~ Brake s of QRickenbacker, our street)
ivi end be safe.
g ee, we had (lone jilst the opposite of iv h t
otfhei dealers did.
ThYASKED their owners to comie ill and have
iluii -bralies carefuilly a duisl ed beforc t he
i -tt. Mnimny offered to do it free.

per cent that failed there was not one

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l'1 R?,i-'1 SED 'ao adju~ast any Rickenbaeker brakes,
bat 4, ouor thousands of owners to enter the
lest. ja t s, il eywere--mid41then tClthe offi-
eiai4 how manny months it had been-how many
Ihl'm111(15 (IIo miles they had driven-since their
Wic-u baacker 1-wheel brakes were last ad-
OFFIlCIALS 'WERE AWIZE11D whuen they saw brakes
I limit, hind gn 10,040 miles-a year or more
Iwithout a dhst ment or relining-make 100 per
*'enat er' ef-i stops.
1' Ii A T 100 )PEI I CE NT wvasn't only w~hat the official
test calledi fou-3e7 feet':at120)miles per hour.
We llieLcrAenakt'r 'oli !wall 14 feet at 20 milecs
per 11011oar 1(as)I;er (centitop01.
LESS 'rill A CAR iJm,'N G"--,md yet so smoothly
«a o .('a use a figrea tersurprise.
whleel -w~hen slopping suddenly-just to- show
that these brakes (10 not affect steering in th'e
TWO 11') hASWNS FOR lhLAt first they are all
.-ternaal expm ad iilg-nuot exposed banids. Being
eniclosedf, maeiier -waler- nor sand can get in.
So 111e y 'I-mly evenly-alw1ays.
DIIlx' EN'I'I A1 61 QE(WAL1IES--on both front and
rcavr- end ' i adj u stmuents unnecessary.
IN A 1V4W ') ti re, as their name implrses "Per-
fc'-- ion rias-



Box Office, Hill .Au itorkir


tickets purchased on October 7, at $3.50 grate, first preference of seats will be given.
tickets purchased on October 14, at $3.00 rate, first preference of the remaini ft seats
willI be given.

The remaining tickets will be on sale on October 21 at $2.50 rate.





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