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War Movie Series Will Be
'i'he. second- in a series of public
prograis of war activities movies will
be presented at 8:15 p.m. today in
the auditorium of the Kellogg Dental
Building under the sponsorship of
University Extension Service and the
The three mnovies to be featured in
this programt have been chosen to
be of special interest to servicemen
and reservists on campus, as well as
to students and the community. "Air-
plane Changes World Map"
of special interest to navig
cadets. It deals with great c
ing, mercator projections,
the airplane has changed ti
The second film to be
"Youth With Wings," wl
trays the training of a youti
ginning to end in the Al
the hardships and objective
training. The last film"
deals with means and m
is a film predicting the weather or meteorol-
ators and ogy.
ircle sail- These films are taken from the
Bureau of Visual Education film li-
he map of
, brary and are being given to give the
shown is j campus and community an idea of
hich por-, the type of activities pertinent to the
i from be- war effort which are being carried on
r Corps-. throughout the country.
s of cadet The schedule for th6 coming pro-
"Weather" grams is: March 28, April 4, April 11
ethods of and April 18.
NO NAZI PH ANTOM:
Chilean Debunks U.S. Idea
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Mock Congress Dr. Norborg To
To Be Planned Lecture Here
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(Editor's note: Tile1fol1o10ing is the
second in a series of articles portray-
ing the thoughts and feelings that are
-doinnant in Latin-American coun-
By DORIS PETERSON
"The German people in Chile are
clean-cut civilians, and there isn't
any German phantom in Chile as
American countries used to say'"
Edward Franzetti. Marine engineer
M.S. '43, said yesterday.
"Very much has been said about
German influence in Chile. There!
is such an influence. German peo-
ple came to Chile in the early inde-j
pendence days when neither HitlerI
nor William was in power. They
were hard workers and friendly.
"They taught the Chilean how to
work the earth and run the small
industries. They made the Chilean
men their friends and the Chilean
women their wives. Now. these
names are heading important enter-
prises: shoe factories, floor mills,
foundries, shipyards. and breweries.
German descendants are distin-
guished officers in the armed for-
ces," he said.
"Small countries like ours, 'not
very well organized, used to take
others which we honestly admired,
as patterns. We admire the British
knightliness, the American *organi-
zation, the Spanish humor, the
French "savoir vivre," the Baltic
countries' honesty, the German ad-
ministration energy and the Japa-
nese change from miserable nation
to great power."
I"America, has not been the influ-
encing nation in Chile because
Americans have lived in Chile with
their business but not with the peo-
ple. They frequent their own society
a'nd clubs as the English do. 1 or this
reason, Chileans in general have not
had the opportunity to meet the av-
1- ace in Cni e The first meeting of the committee Dr. C. Sverre Norborg. outstanding
planning the weekend mock conigiess philosopi' from the University of
on the question of "Where Shall We Minnesota. will discuss "Does Chris-
erage American who is friendly, en- Put the Refugees?" will be held at 8 tianity Suare with the Facts?" at
thusiastic and learn'ed. On the oth-1
ci s hand. North Americans do not- p.m. tomorrow at Wesley Foundation. 8 p.m. Thurs.. Rackham Lecture Hall.
Know Latin Americans because most Scheduled for April 2-4, t.his all- Brought here by the committee for
of theLtime what is shown from campus World Organization Confer- Dynamic Christianity. a non-sectar-
South America through movies and ence will feature discussions of post- ian student organization. Dr. Norborg
pictures is what is left from the In- war planning. Students will represent will di 'uss four major issues: Is re-
dian civilization. Indian types an d four United Nations. presenting the ligious faith an "escape mechanism?"
their customs. point of view of their governmcnts, does Christianity need any defense?
"We have got to become acquaint- China, Russia, the United States. and world history as divine irony; and
ed with each other through students Great Britain. the scandal of Christianity.
and young professionals. Let us
change people enthusiastic and freeV
from prejudice, each of them a po-
tential helper in the inter-continen- ACTIONS SPEAK [OtIE TiA WORDS
tal desire of closer friendship. Due
to the war we have learned that this
new world must cooperate and liveu/
fy itself. We can do it. We are I-)he a te-aie U gflt i
doing it," he stated.
1m/ore II a letter
Chinese Students a etver
Hold First Meeting
The Roundtable Discussion group. Insignia lockets . .. sterling sit-
of the Chinese Students Club held its'
first meeting yesterday in the Union, ver identification bracelets . . .
with Prof. Kenneth G. Hance, of the
speech department, lecturing as guest lovely compacts designed in pa-
3peaker on the principles and tech-
ierofpublic discussion.d htriotic colors with the emblem
A meeting, presided over by Chair- of your branch of the service
man Joseph Lee, at which questions
were answered, followed the lecture. clearly marked . . . send one to
The means of solving the problem s
of illiteracy in China is the topic your hometown sweetheart!!I
chosen for the next meeting, which
will be held on April 9, in the Union.
Avitkah Group To Meet I J EinLER (
Avuka, student Zionist organiza-
tion, will hold its .weekly meeting of i B e EIB LE.NJ .E.UJ, II
the study group at 8:30 p.m. tomor-f4
row in Hillel. The discussion will be Since 1904 . . . . Now at 308 South State
centered around "Reconstruction and
the Religious Problem" and will be led
by Netta Siegel, '45, president. ;;o
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