Education: Michiganders

In Manhattan, ten University of Michigan undergraduates strode up a Grace Line gangplank, bound for Lima, Lake Titicaca, Cuzco, La Paz, Iquique, Antofagasta. Bidden guests of most of the South American Republics, the ten were escorted by two members of their alma mater's Romance Language staff. They bore with them to South American universities the good-will of Marion L. Burton, Michigan's Coolidge-nominating President. In addition to conditions social, economic, political, religious, which it is their intent to scrutinize, the Michiganders may see a being who has long excited the curiosity of...

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