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April 21, 1927 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-04-21

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THP MICHMAN

T)AT .'Y

mBIOGRAPHY__BY A tN
Achieveiit s Of Anitonio De Mendoza
And Period After Conquest
Of Gblortez Are Treated
IS INSTITUTIONAL STUDY

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STUDENT INJURED
IN AUTO ACCIDENT
REP OR TED BETTER
Harold Djeffley, 28M, who was serf-
ously injured when hit by a "hit-
skip" motorist in Toledo, Ohio, the
same day after returning home for!
Easter vl.cation, is reported to be im-
proving in a Toledo hospital.
1Meffley received a fractured skull
when struck by the car which did not
stop after the accident, and also a

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With the biography of the first fractured left ankle. Fear was held
great adlministrator of the Newv World for his recovery at first, although he
as its, subject, "Antonio do Mendioza, f is now on the road to recovery.
First Viceroy of New Spain" by Prof. While Meffley is lying in the hospi-
Arthur S. Aton, 'of the history depart- tal, an investigation, instigated by his
anent, has recently been released bly -brother, is being conducted by various
t11e ulishers, the Duke University officials. Charges of driving while in-
17rsstoxicated were pae againstth
Although the book is priumarily a~ driver, whose identity was later dis-
biography of the Spanish viceroy, l'he- covered, and the case has been con-
cause of the character of his task! tin~ued until April 26.
and of the resultant historical Bra-
I erial, the study is largely institution-I govrernment, the, completion of the'
al. "Since the mail and his work cast- j "conquest of Mexico," the organiza->
riot be divorced,'~ states Professr tion of the social, political and eco-
.Aiton in the preface, "his, biography fnomlic life, and the promotion of iri-
is written in terins of his most hiti-3 portant discoveries and colonization.
matze care: the social, political and Original documents in government
cconomic development of New Spain archives :served largely -as the source
during his tenure of office."i of material for Professor Aiton. In
Antonio de Mendoza, who ranks as! 1920 he went abroad for a year as a
one of the most able officials of, the, holder of a traveling fellowship, dur-
t panisli colonial regime, received his ing which time he carried on much of
appointment as the first. Viceroy to his research. Most of the* material
New Spain in 1535, holding the office was uncovered 'at Seville, while fur-
until his death in 1552. His work ther studies were made at Madrid and
included the establishment of a stable Paris.

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"DISCOVERY NIGHT
-AND ON THE SCREEN-

MAY MC A OY - CHIARLES RAY
IT I3 L' cla!ng of eniglues, the
'caritg' of inoi~or', the slirievk
of thle sirena, the cry of Fire! Fire!"
lYbmt can I e iel the kick and the
piI~tultive aI pwal of fire-fighting?~
And it's all in this filin--tie rapid-
action, the lipaazrl-waarmingr love-story,
0he lauglhs in the life of the unsung
heroes of peacee! Thrilling as a
lour-Alarm Fire!
DO-N'T MISS THIS
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