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May 15, 1942 - Image 7

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FRIDAY, MAY 15; 19420


Exiled French Cabinet Member
CallsFor Aid To Underground

(Continued from Page 1)
refused to arbitrate as. compared to
only six where labor refused,, arbi-
Cot defended labor by saying that
"the most active in the underground
now are the workers-the organized
Cot, who was indicted at the
Riom war guilt trials, declared
that "the Vichy government" repre-
sents a small and shrinking minority
of the French people."
The recent coming into power of
Pierre Laval is a logical step-in the
German occupation. Cot described
the first step, the government of
Petain and Darlan, as a requisite for
conditioning the French people to
German rule.
"Hitler is a smart worker and the
use of the aged Marshal Petain
arouses less suspicion in America..
furthermore, Marshal Petain was the
only one able to create this condition
in France."~
However, he went on to explain,
a stronger man was needed for 'the
second period.' Laval was chosen not
because he is more of a fascist than
Petain but because he is a more
shrewd and unscrupulous man. Pe-
tain was an honest but unconscious
"Laval has no scruples at all," Cot
declared, "He is the most hated man
in France. His personal fate is tied
to Hitler's, and for this reason he will
grant Germany every bit of help!
short of war." 1
Cot predicted cooperation with Hit-
ler to this extent:
1. Laval will use- the French fleet

to convoy cargo boats across the
Mediterranean Sea.
2. He will use the French Navy and
Army to defend French territories
and even take territories, held by
r (Continued from Page 6)
west of Ann Arbor on the Huron
River Drive. There will be games
and supper will be furnished by the
Club at 5:30 p.m. Those planning to
attend will please register in Room
2014 of the Kellogg Building. Trans-
portation will be arranged for those
who do not have a way to go. This
is the final student activity of the
year and everyone is urged to attend.;
Alpha Kappa Delta Picnic origin-'
ally scheduled for Portage Lake will
be held at Dexter-Huron Park on Sat-
urday, May 16. Cars will leave Hav-
en Hall at 2:30 p.m.
Senior Society: A picnic meeting
will be held Saturday, May 16, from
4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. for all old
and new members. Meet at the
League at 4:00 p.m. It is imperative
that all members be present. Bring
money for the food.
All R.O.T.C. Cadets will report to
the R.O.T.C. Headquarters at 1:00
p.m. on Saturday, May 16. Old
clothes will be worn.

Post-War Group Maps Plaits
The Michigan Post-War Council The reorganized executive council
yesterday formulated plans for a is composed of Pat McGraw, '45.
comprehensive summer's program Herbert Heavenrich, '44E, Clifford
embracing outdoor picnic discussions Strachlcy, '44, Karl Kessler, Grad..
of the problems of the peace. John Baker, '44, Fern Rice, '43, and
The first discussion to be held un- Gloria Donen, '43.
der the reorganized group will take Three new groups, the Intercoop-
place on June 25, after the beginning erative Council, the International
of the summer term when Mark Center and the Engineering Council
Dresden, assistant in the physics de- have been admitted to membership in
partment will lead discussion. the council.
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with dummy rifles bearing dummy tips. It's tough,- bruising practice for a grim war ,job.

die. at George R. Parker's Mon-,
mouth Junction, N.J., fiarm
proudly wears an "E". awardled
by Marteal Oglesby as nation's
hens exceed government pro,
duction quota.

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famed brown derby as he bought a war bond show ticket.


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