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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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EXIIT PICTURE8S
'CONQUST OF PRU
bisphty Arrarged in Connection with
Aiton's Course in History
of Hispanic America
SOURCE BOOKS SHOWN
Pizarro's conquest of Peru is the
subject of the present exhibit in the
William L. Clements library. This
exhibition has been arranged in col-
lboration with Prof. A. S. Aiton of
t3" history department to illustrate
,a episode in his course in the his-
toy of Hispanic America. .The idea
of arranging these exhibits as a part
of the class work is a new one and
it will be continued in the future if
it is successful.
Peru had a civilization before the
white man entered the continents of
either North or South America. Books
which contain the accounts written
by those who saw this ancient civili-
zation are of tremendous importance
in reconstructing this high civiliza-
tion which was overthrown by the
white conqueror, historians say.
Source'books on display are copies
of the works of men who were mem-
bers of the band of the conqueror,
or who came to Peru shortly after
the invaders. The chief work is that
of Francisco de Xeres, the secretary
of Francisco Pizarro. Pizarro himself
was almost illiterate and he left the
account of th expedition to Xeres.
Several editions of Xeres' work are
in the cases of Clements librar.y
Other -writers whose descriptions of
the conquest, or of Peruvian civiliza-
tion, are on display, are those of
Pedro Cieza de Leon, Augustin de
Zarate, Pedro de la Gasca, and Fer-
nando Monteinos.1
Besides these books there are some
old lithographs of an ancient Peru-
vian bridge and a large one of Chi-m
borazo, a peak of the Andes.
ichigan Sends
Largest Group
To Convention
With Michigan having the largest
delegation present, 48 chapters of Tau
Beta Pi, national honorary engineer-
ing association, held its annual con-
ventign last week at Purdue univer-
sity.
The Ann Arbor delegation included:
Curt Will, '26E, president of the local
chapter; John Rss, '23E, '26L, editor
of the Bent, the official magazine of
the society; and three members of the
5national executive council: Prof. A
D. Moore, president; Prof. H. H. Hig-
uie, vice president, and Prof. C. T.
[olinston, councilor._
°tn addition to a large amount of re-
organization work which was com-
pleted, petitions for charters from the
University of Oklahoma and the Uni-
versity of Montana were approved.
Following the closing business ses-
sion last Saturday the 52 delegates
attended the Purdue-Rose Poly foot-
ball game.
John Ross, '23E, '26L, was re-elected
editor of the Bent. It was also an-
nounced that the 1926 convention willC
be held in October of next year at the
University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.

Prince Is Shy

PRfPHFSIF I AnRflAuto Club Logs Route To Urbana

Lg(Coninued from age Two) 159.5-Curve left on left hand road.
143.5 - Straight through cross-roads, 162.3-BRIDGEMAN, turn left at cross
! f L<:I! with concrete. roads at gas station.
-- 144.5-- Loig curve left down grade 167.1-Curve right at cross-roads.-
I Arthur 1Iendteraadex , It. P. Outlines and beyond curve right up. grade. 169.3-SAWYER, through across R. R.
atPary Program; Compare Situation 14 6.- Curve right at end of road onto 170.0-Curve left at cross-roads with
Here With England's territorial road. pavement.
---_ 147.8-Cross R. . 170.4-Follow macadam road along
FORD HOST -10 VISITOR 1.0r-Tun left at cross-streets onto lake shore,
.---l<'ifth S . ar one block. on175.1-Turn right on right hand road.
18.1-Turn right at cross-streets on-
"Labor will be in a position two to A\iain St . 17.1-UNION PIER, through.
years from now to form a coalition 148.2--BENTON UARBOR, through on 178.8-Turn right at cross-roads at
'I 4 .ministry that will rule England," Main St. stores.
prophesied Arthur Henderson, M. P. 149.0-Turn left and cross bridge over 179.9-NEW BUFFALO, straigni.
and home secretary during the last river. through.
British labor ministry, in an address: 149 !'-Crss bridge over river into 182.9-GRAND BEACH, through.
yesterday, following a luncheon of ST. JOSI PIl 183.6-Indiana State line, now on state
'the Round Table club at the Union. 149.5-Turn right at cross-streets road No. 43.
who is one of the fore- with trolley onto Ship St. 188.7-Cross R. R. and beyond fork!
most members of the British labor 19.8-Turn left at end of street into, left at gas station.
party, pointed out that "the strength tlake Blvd.j188.9-Turn right at end of street
of that party in England is increas- 149.9-Lake Blvd. and Broad St. atj onto Union St.
ing steadily, and before long will have flag pole, go suth on Lake Blvd.,' 189.1-Turn left on left h'and street
a very powerful minority if not a at sign onto B St.
majority. 1M-).10--Turn right atcross-roads at 189.3-MICHIGAN CITY, turn right at
Mr. Henderson's talk was largely a; I ~ ai)1 ~ t 8.-IHGNCIY unrgta
Mrseneso' tl as laglya a tation. ( end of street and immediately cross
discussion of the causes of uiienploy- 15b.9-STi'XlKNSV1ILLE, through. R. R. again and follow East Sixth
ment, labor's program, and a com- 157.3-Prominent turn right on right St. i
parison of American and English hand roal. 189.9--Turn left at end of street at
labor. In commenting on the situa- 157.4-Turn left on left hand road factory onto Wabash Aye.
tion he declared that "In England, the with pavement. I 190.2-Turn right at cross-streets on-
machinery is to help the men, where- 459.0-Curve right at cross-roads. to Tenth St.
Shy is Prince Otto von Bismarck,as in America, the men are to help-
Shyndsrncaed Ottoron Chsackr,, the machinery." Production here is ..---..._--..--_ ---------_
grandson of famed "Iron Chancellor" ovosymc oesrnosta
of German history; who is touring the i s
United States on a pleasure trip. He that in England."
refuses to talk about himself. Mr. Henderson, who is at the pres-

190.5-Turn left at cross-streets and
immediately cross R. R.
191.1-Turn left at end of road onto
concrete (Dunes highway)
191.2-Pass State penitentiary on
right.
200.0-Curve right at fork at garage.1
} 203.3-Go under R. R. bridge and im-
mediate turn right on right hand)
road.
210.3-Turn right at end of road and
go under R. R. bridge.j
210.7-MILLER, turn left at end of
road at depot, cross R. R.
213.9-Keep right at prominent fork.
214.9-GARY, from Fifth Ave. and
Broadway go straight south on
Broadway with trolley and pave-
ment.
215.4-Cross R. R.
215.5-Go under viadifct and immed-
iately cross R. R.

.icoln highway, state road No. 2.
1 223.2-MERRI L L V I L L E, straight
through.
224.4-Cross trolley.
226.5-Cross R. R.
229.0-SHERERVILLE, through.
229.8-Cross R. R.
230.6-Enter Ideal highway.
231.9-End of Ideal highway.
232.3-Cross R. R.
232.7-DYER, through with pavement
and beyond enter Illinois.
(Continued on Page Seven)
Make our store your shop-
ping place for
Unique Gifts
We have a large assort-
mer i of plaques
APPLIED ARTS
2 Nicke's Arcade

216.3-Cross
217.7-Cross
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218.8-Cross
219.3-Cross
221.4-Cross
222.0-Cross
223.1-Turn

R. R.
bridge
R. R.
R. R.
trolley
bridge
R. R.

over swamp.
leaving same.
over creek.

right at end of road on

FORMER FACULTY MEMBER
VISITS UNIVERSITY FOR DAY
Herschel Smith, formerly of the
faculty of the engineering college, vis-
ited faculty members of the Universi-
ty yesterday while on his way to at-:
tend the convention of asphalt manu-
facturers to be held today in De-
troit
Mexico City is being connected with
American telephone lines by a circuit
through Laredo.
FRATERNITIES
AND
ROOMING:
HOUSES
We upholster and repair all
furniture. Quality and work-
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Call
P. B. HARDING
218 E. Huron Tel. 3432

ent time in Detroit studying factory
conditions there, is the guest of Henryl
Ford. He arrived in this country'
about a week ago and plans to re-
turn to England next week. During
the World war he was secretary of1
munitions.
DANCING PARTY AT DEXTER
FRIDAY, OCT. 23rd
GOOD MUSIC
MEN!
THERE'S GOOD MONEY
IN THIS FOR YOU!
Every fellow student is a natural
prospect for you because you can
save them conserable money on
their clothes. We skip the middle-
man.
We are now appointing college rep-
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our complete and compact outfit of
samples, measurements blanks, tapes,
style books, etc.
WE PAY YOU CASH.
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collect only when we deliver theI
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j Frederick Alexander, Director
6--SIX CONCERTS-6
I-Detroit Symphony Orchestra Thursday, Octdber 22
.:70 'musicians
Il-Carl Flesch Monday, November 9
Distinguished Viennese Violinist
III-Wanda Landowska Wednesday, January 13
Harpsichord Recital-XVIII Century Music
IV-Elizabeth Rethberg Wednesday, March 10
Prima Dona Soprano from Single Seats, $3.00
Metropolitan Opera, New York
V-James Breakey Thursday, April 8 w
- Piano Recital-
' VI-Extra Concert
Artist and Date Ito be announced
COURSE TICKETS $4.00 For any reserved seat in Auditoriumn.
ALL SINGLE ADMISSIONS $2.00, EXCEPT RETHBERG $3.00
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25th Dig Week
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Iaro~d
F.reshman"
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Mirth Making
-'The o.- word I scieen en-
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theatre next week, a id it is
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