SOUTH AMERICA: Swing to U. S.

Huge crowds jammed the docks in Montevideo harbor one morning last week, cheered loud & long as the sleek, grey U. S. S. Quincy steamed slowly up to the quay. No automobiles were permitted within two blocks of the wharf and heavy guards kept the crowds far from the cruiser's berth. But when sailors came ashore they were greeted with enthusiastic cries of "Viva Roosevelt!" "Viva los Estados Unidos!"

Coming on the heels of a Trojan-horse scare which swept over South America, the Quincy was hailed, a little extravagantly, as Washington's answer...

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