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AVINDAY, AUd. t2, 1943

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tinI May Get'
New Order of
Government
New Milder Form of
Communism Will Suit.
Inpoverished Chinese
"I believe communism will play an
important part ii the post-war re-
construction order of China, basing
this statement on the present dis-
rganized economic and. social con-
citioris in China," Catherine Choy,
4, who lived' in China until 1939,
said yesterday.
"'erhaps this statenent may seem
tihusal," she continued; "when one'
realizes the present government has
tried to eradicate communism and
that it has been fighting it for years
and years. But I wish to point out
that a new form of conmunistic or-
der may be adopted in the new China
ard that it will be a milder form ad-
jtlsted to the temperament and needs
of the Chinese people.
"I thinkthat the political, eco-
notnie, and social characteristics of a
people determine the kind of govern-
nieat they will have. Therefore, I
think there will' be a trend toward
ornmunsm for. the poverty-stricken,
backward people of 'China," Miss j
Choy declared.
- "I think thatt in the .coming new
equality of races.-and the betterment,
of all classes'of-people, there are cer-
tain inherent:characteristics of com-
miunism. There is an international
txerid toward a mhodified form of
cofmnunism," she said.

INSPIRATIONAL TALE OF THE TROPICS:
Maj. Justin McElroy Describes South Sea Paradise

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Life in the Southwestern Pacific
wouldn't be hard to take if one hap-
pened to be fortunate enough to have
landed on' the island where MAJ.
Justin McElroy, JAGD, spent about
13 months.
Recently returned from a place
that'sounds like the inspiraion for
Hollywood tributes 'to the simpiie-
ity and beauty of lovely South Sea
Isles, Major McElroy is now a
member of the Staff and Faculty
of the Judge Advocate General's
School.
Cited for gallantry in action in
World War I when he was awarded
the Belgian War Cross as a first lieu-
tenant in command of Company G,
146th Infantry, Major McElroy fol-
lowed his inclination for things mil-
itary and was active in ROTC train-
ing at Ohio Northern University, Ada,
Ohio, as commanding officer of an
infantry heavy weapons company.
This was in addition to his practice
of law there.
In describing the 'natives and
their customs, he was unable to re-
veal the name of the island, its 1o-
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bvious reasons.
"Natives on 'the island are a high
ass Polynesian race, and extremely
iendly to visitors, especially Ameri-
ns. Some favored the Japanese be-
use of the yellow men's policy of
tending long term credit in fi-
ancial transactions which often-
mes was so long that it approached
Le nature of a gift. Such natives
ere exceptional and were promptly
nt away to an internment camp,"
ajor McElroy related.
A charming native trait was
heir custom of giving presents to
"friends." Any native walking
down the street might suddenly
come up to an American and say,
"You my friend, here's present,"
and hand over a chicken, for ex-
ample. That did niot mean that the
chicken was a gift; as the donee
soon found out when the giver
came around with a request for
something=in return.
The friendly spirit of the inhabi-
ants was illustrated by Major Mc-
lroy with another instance in which
ie was directly involved. Standing in'
native store he watched a sailor,
soldier and a native price
;he same dish in turn. To the sailor
the storekeeper quoted $1.,. to the
Soldier, $75, and to the native,50.
How much will you sell it to me
or?" Major McElroy asked. "To you?
You my friend, I give it to you, was
he reply.
Turning rather reluctantly to a
discussion of his military duties
Major McElroy revealed that he
was Judge Advocate cf the island,

and in addition to his regular,
duties, he was head of the claims
commission there which passed on
claims of natives for damages"

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column of smoke high over the communications center and indistrial
elty of Foggia, Italy-110 miles east of Itome.
NAVY TO.PERFORM:
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Prof. BrCmm To Be Master
.Of Ceremones at Vanities
Master of ceremonies for the second Victory Vanities to be held: at 8:30
p.m. Satur'day in Hill Auditorium, will be Prof. John L. Brumm of the
Department of Journalism, according to Doris Barr, League chairman of
the Vanities..
Eliiinations to determine the acts to be given at the Vanities will be
held from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Tuesday in Hill Auditorium, while a re-
hearsal df the competing acts will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Hil
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The first half hour of the two-'
hour - program will be taken up by the
90-piece .Navy-Marine Band and the
84-voice Navy-Marine Chorus under
the direction of Prof. William D.
Revelli, University band director.
Added attractions to the program
besides the competing skits, will be
selections by the Navy four-man
"jive" band under the direction of
Cadet Robert Dondero.-
Company A, 2651st S.U. will pre-
sent four skits during the course of
the program. Their skits will not be
drawn from their hit revue of last.
semester "Nips in the Bud," but will,
be "new and different" entertain- i
ment from the Company's wide reper-
toire.
A skit will also be presented by the
Judge Advocate General's School.
Skits entered in the eliminations
include two acts from Stockwell Hall,
one from the Kappa Kappa Gamma
House and one from the Alpha Delta
Pi house. Also on the fire are acts
from fraternities still operating on
campus,
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Dentists To Be
Hontored Toda4y
Dental students from Latin Aneri- t
can countries studying at the Uni-
versity will be honored at an "Infor-
mal Evening" at 8 p.m. today at the
International Center.
Members of the Dental faculty
have been .invited to the program,
which will be as informal and Ameri-
can as possible, Dr. Esson M. Gale,
director of the Center, said yester-
day.
Members of a special social com-
mittee of the Inter-Club Board will
be hostesses for the affair.
During the evening, group singing
of both South and North American
songs will be held. Refreshments will
be served after the community sing.
The 22 dental students have been,
studying at the. University since the
beginning of the month.
'The object of the social program
is to introduce the students to the
[nternational Center, to other Latin
American, foreign and American stu-
dents," Dr. Gale said. "Everyone in-
terested is cordially' invited to at-
tend."
Turkish Student To Talk
Thursday at Raekha
Altan Baltachioglu, Grad., from Is-
tanbul, Turkey, will speak on "Old
Islamic Architecture" at 8 p.m.
Thursday in the Rackham Building.
Baltachioglu, a student of archi-
tecture, will illustrate his lecture with
slides.
The speech is sponsored by the In-
ternational Center and the Turkish
Society.

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