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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Statements Of Senator Lewis
Attacked By Graduate Student

Caters to Fraternities and
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Editor, The Michigan Datly-a
The Hon. James Hamilton Lewis of
Illinois, in his speech last Friday
evening, presented to us his views,
dealing with the subject, '"Our Inter-
national Relations, Past and Future."
During the course of his speech, the
ex-senator expressing his opinion
about Japan's future foreign policy,
stated that immediately after the with-
drawal of the American forces from
the Philippine Islands, Japan will
seize them for use as a naval base in
a war which he assumes to be con-
templated against the United States.
We wish to inform the honorable sen-
ator that there are 11,000,000 popula-
tion who want a government-of their
own, not a government over them
either by Japan, or even by the United
States. We also inform the honorable
senator that there is the generally con-
firmed rumor that the United States
realizesvery clearly that maintenance
of the Philippine government has been
very expensive and troublesome, and
consequently !she is trying to ket rid
of the burden.
In view of the fact that the United
States, a right and powerful nation,
can hardly afford to maintain these
islands, how, then, can Japan, a poor,
small, and less powerful nation, afford
to spend her money and energy neces-
sary to govern these islands, assum-
ing the Philippines would welcome
Japanese rule? The senator must
know that the Japanese as a whole
do not want to have another Ireland,
or India on their hands. They feel
that they have had enough of such
cares.
The senator has stated that the Jap-
anese, being denied tle right of citi-
zenship in the United States, resent
the discrimination made against them
and would try to enter into an alli-

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ance with China in order to invade the
United States. The answer to this is
so obvious that it needs no comment.
We advise the honorable senator not
to worry about that, because the gen-
eral situation in Asia and the present
Chino-Japanese relations are such
that several centuries will have to
elapse before the two nations can co-i
operate for such aftask as that of in-
vading America.
The cable from Peking read by the
senator reporting the Japanese pro-
posal to China is false. Count Uchida,
the foreign minister of Japan, said in
the New York Times, a few days ago:
"The report needs no denial, being too
absurd." The Peking government on
the same day made a denial in the
same paper.
Prof. H. C. Adams says: "The state-
ment of a possible alliance between
Japan and China against the United
States was not in harmony with any-
thing he had ever learned about the
two countries."
We think it would be better to in-
form the senator what Japanese
statesmen are really thinking about
Japanese-American problems. They
think with one accord that the prob-
lems will be solved not by war but
through the peaceful achievement of
those Japanese born on American soil.
BUNZABURO SASHIDA, Grad.
AMERICAN LEGION DUES MAY
BE PAID NOW TO LOCAL POST
Members of out of town American
Legion posts who have not paid their
dues for 1921 can do so to the local
post and thereby become members in
good standing. Transfers are not nec-
essary, it being suggested by officials
of the University post that student
members notify their home posts of
their action. The American ,Legion
Weekly, the official organ of the
Legion, will be mailed to their Ann
Arbor address on payment of dues.
Through membership in the Univer-
sity post, students are kept in touch,
not only with the work of their home
town posts but also with the national
plans of the Legion and educational
and campus activities in behalf of
service men. Officers of the Univer-
sity post intend to develop the social
side of its activities.

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