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THE MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

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i s t o r y Professor DiscoversI
Facts in Clements
Library.
rhe story of secret and openf
pport which Spain gav e to theI
nerican coloisits In the Revolu-
mary war is only now emerginig
iu the archives of Spain and]
nerica. through the efforts of
!of. Arthur S. Aiton of the history
partment, and a specialist in
minih-American relations.
T~he aild of the Spainish. was so
:tensive that during the progress
the war George Washington rec-
;nized and encouraged th#4 for-;
gn aid which icluded the capture
a British post in Michigan on
ie cite of the present city of St.
vseph. The story is told in the sec-
id series of notes on Washington
ued b~y thde Michigan commission
r the George Washington bicen-
nnial activities, most of them
tsed on original documents in the
.ements Library.
Moved more by a desire' to an-
>y Englan~d, her1 old' enemy, than
aid the Americans to freedonm,
o, early Spanish aid was secret,
oe furnishing of war supplies uan-
fletally through a dummy trac-;
,g company formed for the pur-
se. This company, Josef Gardo-
Li and~ Sons, traded actively be-
een Coruna at home and New
cleans. So careful were they at
ds time that while Benjamin
anklin was in Paris there was a
cret midnight conference at the
atiiah ambassadors's home to as-
ire him of aid but to discoura.ge1
.s plannied official visit to Madrid.
Face entered the war openjlyj
ithe American side in 1778,' toj
)gin's annoyance, and the latter
,d not take like action until 1779,
'ter getting French promises to
ulp in~ the taking of Gibraltar and
,oiaand stipulating that Spain;

would not recognize American in-
dependence, through fear of the
revolutionary, example to her owrn
American colonies.' -
Nevertheless, once in the war,
Spain acted with much more vigor
than history has usually credited
her. In short order the Spanish
governor of Louisiana took forts at
Mannchac, Baton Rouge and :Nat-
c hez from the British, and in 1780
Mobile fell. In 1781 Washington
u7r ge d to Rendon, Spain's agent, in
a letter in the Clements Library,
"our whole attention' is turned
Southward... a successful blow in
that quarter may give a total
Change to the face of affairs there.",
Ypsilanti Rotary Club
Prof. Roger L. Morrison of the
Highway Engineering and Highway.
Transportation branches of the
Transportation department of the
engineering school spoke b fore
the Ypsilanti Rotary 'Club yester-
d ay.
Professor Morrison's topic for the
noonday, luncheon program was
"Michigan Roads."
Famous Explorers to
L.#,_cture Here Monday
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that I wanted to' go with hi gi. So
when I got back home I wrote him
a letter, telling him what I could
do-andl a lot of things 1 couldn't

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International Law.
Prof~essor Jesse S. Reeves, of the
political sceience department, has
been elected to membership in the
Am~ierican Institute of International
Law, it was announced today;. Pro-
fessor Reeves, who is the William
W. Cook Professor of American In--
stitutions takes t1c place of Rob-
ert Lansing amiong the memnibers
of the Institu~te from the United
states.
The Amsrican Inistitite of Ine-
national Law wa s orga'nize n 1916
among 21 republics of Nortfh, Cen-
tral an,_, Sotith Amnerica,. with the
object of securing better pan-
American under standing and co-j
operation through international
law.
Professor Reeves retuarnedl today
from Union Collegte, Schenectady,
N~ew -York, where he talked on
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Salary $25 a month; also take trick
at wheel.' I told him I could cook,
then I got a job in a restaurant and
learned to cook, and set out for
San Francisco. I didn't know what
'trick at wheel' meant, but I told
him I could do that, too.
"As a crew on the Snark we had
Jack London,' who had never been
~sailor on salt water,, though he
had served as cabin boy and fire-
man, and Charmian-Mrs. London
--who of course knewf nothing of.
sailing. Bert Stoltz, a student from
Stanford, who had never been at
3ea, was our able-bodied seaman.
T.he Japanese cabin boy was with-
out 'sea-faring experience. Captain
Amres did not know how to navi-
gate. And of course I didn't know
how to ;cook. So we set out from.
San Francisco -to cruise through
the islands of the Pacific and sail
around the wiorld.
VWell, wec really discovered the
Haw aiiZin Islandls; we certainly
didn ' ,getl there by navigation.

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