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TIT MfICHlIG AN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1945

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Program of'Industrialization
For China Proposed by Nelson

U.S. POLICY RESENTED:

Cash Investment Does Buy
Life of Country,' Chilean Says

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"Just because you have money in
a country you don't have the right to
the life of that country," Orlando
Gonzalez, graduate student from
Chile, said in an informal discussion
Wedneday night at Tappan House.
The nations of South America
were sympathetic with Argent na in
the recent controversy, he said, not
Lecause they felt she was right;, but
because she was the iirst Lat) Amer-
ican nation ever to have thw strength'
I to stand up against the United
States.
No Country Sent Man
Although the other coun' !eS e-
clared war on the Axis before Argen -
tina, he pointed out, none of them
sent a single man. So, "What's the
difference?" he remarked.
Speaking of Chile's part in the
war, Gonzalez cited the work of Chi-
lean labor inl the mines operated byl
the Bethlehem Steel Co. and other
American and Chilean industries.
Newspapers in Chile are affiliated
with the Associated and United Press
and are decidedly pro-Allied, he said.
'Clear Up Puerto Rico,
"We feel," he asserted, "that if the
United States really wants to be
INVEST IN VICTORY

friendly with Latin America she will
clear up the situation in Puerto
Rico." Property owners should be
left alone to operate their business,
he stated. "That is not the affair of
the State Department," Gonzalez
added.
Because he feels that his opinion
is the one held by many people in
this country, Gonzalez asks that stu-
dents c;,press their opinion in letters
to the State Department in an at-
tempt to create a more just policy
towairds 'tlic Latin-American coun-
triei.
"We are particularly watching your
trcatment of the Negroes because we
feel that that is the way you are
goJig to treat us," Gonzalez conclud-
cd.
Cohen To Be Guest Today
At Lane Hall Coffee Hour
Dr. Saul L. Cohen of the Medical
School faculty will be the guest at
the weekly Student Religious Asso-
ciation Coffee Hour at 4:00 p. m.
EWT (3 p. in. CWT) today at Lane
Hall.
Martha Taylor, Deb Stoll and Al-
lene Golinken will be hostesses.

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WOLVERINE DERAILED; ONE KILLED, 38 HURT-The locomotive of the Wolverine, New York Central
railroad Chicago-New York flier, jumped the track at downtown overpass in Rochester, N. Y., and plunged
down a 20-foot embankment, taking with it a bag gage car. The engineer was killed and 38 persons
were injured.

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'U' SCHOLARSHIPS:
High School Students Win Awards

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Stop in for a
REAL refresher
at the
CHATTERBOX
Corner Hill and State
OPEN TILL TWELVE

Clark Tibbitts, University admini-
strator of the scholarship program,
announced today that 17 Ann Arbor
high school students would receive
grants from the Regents-Alumni
Scholarship fund for 1945.
Ann Arbor High school led the list
of schools receiving scholarships with
11 students receiving awards. Uni-
versity High had five students re-
ceiving honors, while St. Thomas had
one.
CLASSiFIED
CLASSIFIED
RATES
$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
crease of 14c for each
additional five words.)
Non-Contract
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or more days. (In-
crease of 25c for each
additional five words.)
Contract Rates on Request

The scholarship is made on the for the sophomore, junior and senior
basis of -outstanding scholastic rec- years.
ord, proved leadership, good citizen- iCredit was given by the University
ship and evident ability to make use to the Ann Arbor school officials and
the local Alumni Committee for tak-
of the opportunities offered by the ing care of the preliminary inter- !
University. The scholarship pays the views, application forms, and ar-
tuition for the first two semesters. rangements for the examinations.
This cooperation was necessary in or-
For those students who make a satis- der to determine who should receive
factory academic record for the fresh- the awards.
man year, the awara will be renewed Tm
The students from Ann Arbor High
School to receive awards were: Jac-
queline Breniser, Gregory, Mich.;
Jam-es Bryant, 1116 White St.; Mary
IDVERTISIN G Elizabeth Buell, 804 Dewey; William
Dunbar, 332 John St.; Laurance Fred-
erick, 1791 Green Road, Norma E.
LOST: Silver friendship bracelet with Hakala, 508 Miller Ave.; Fae B.
5 names on it, Monday night be- Kaufman, 805 Granger Ave.; Marjorie
tween Michigan Theatre and State Lamb, 1109 Wells; Margaret D. Rose,
and Packard. Sentimental value. 1145 Forest; Robert J. Willoughby,
Call 2-6429. 253 Crest Ave.; Marie T. Yamamoto,
1013 Cornwell Place.
WANTED Scholarship recipients from Uni-
----_-------versity High School are Grace E.
WANTED: Girl to share 3-room Blanchard, 2014 Geddes Ave.; Gooch
apartment. Campus location, reas- V. Parker, 2025 Hill St.; Sophie Stoi-
onable. Call Winnie Bowles, 2- anowski, R.F.D. No. 5, Shigeki James
5685. Extension 18. Sugiyama, 1325 Washtenaw Ave.;
Helena S. Thomassen, 2115 Woodside
WANTED: Festival ticket for Satur- Road. Mary Ann O'Connor, 721 S.
days concerts and Sunday after- Division was the award winner from
noon. Phone 7981. St. Thomas High school.
WAITERS AND WAITRESSES-
WANTED! University Grill, 615 Dune with Roosevelt's
East William. Excellent arrange- Likeness is Proposed
inent for meals. Lkns sPooe
WANTED: Two tickets for all or any WASHINGTON, May 3.- (4-)-
of the May Festival concerts. Call Coining of a ten-cent piece bearing
a likeness of the late President
2I388. Roosevelt was proposed today in a

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LOST AND FOUND
LOT:Eversharp pen, navy blue with
gold top between Stockwell and
Natural Science. Call 24471, room
4533.
AT THE
LOST: String of pearls near League
RADIO& REORD SHOP or on Main Street. Reward. Call
715 N. UNIVERSITY Helen Baldwin, 2-3279.

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Specials in our Drug Department

HELP WANTED j bill introduced by Rep. Morrison
(Dem., La.)
HELP WANTED: Waiter to work 10
hours a week for 12 meals per
week. Phone 4489. 604 E. Madi-
son.
HELP WANTED: Capable and reli-
able young man, evenings and Sun-.
days. Pay as mouch as $35.00 per
week. Call 8111. Mr. Avsharian.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Reconditioned alarm
clocks. Watches and clocks re-
paired. Prompt service. Call A.
Lewis, 2-5266.

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