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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1932

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, JIJNB~4, 1932

Shanghai. Episode Ends as Ships.
Carry off Final Remnant
of Invading Army.
SHANGHAI, May 31. - (RP) - The
curtain descended today on the
most violent chapter in Shanghai's
history when three army transports
sailed for Japan, carrying the last
of the Japanese expeditionary force
of 100,000 which fought the bloody
battles begun here last Jan. 29.
The only Japanese troops now
remaining are a force of blue-jack-
ets about; 2,500. They will carry on
the regular garrison duties in the
international settlement, the same,
as the United States marines and'
the other foreign detachments on
duty here.
With the sailing of the last troops
today the so-called "Shanghai inci-
dent" which shook the world dur-
ing the late winter months ended.
The way was paved for the end by
the signing early this. month of a
truce agreement between Chinese
and Japanese, negotiated through
the good offices of the representa-
tives of the other world powers,
including the United States.
New Warning to Japan.
MOSCOW, May 31.-(IP)-A new
warning to Japan to keep hands off
Siberia was contained today in an
editorial in the newspaper Izvestia,
coupled with a charge that certain
Japanese elements want eastern Si-
beria to facilitate preparations for
war against the United States.
The editorial, published in Mon-
day's editions of the newspaper,
said Siberia "is not a street on
which imperialist robbers may walk
with safety." It predicted if "Jap-
anese imperialism seeks now to
eptan gle its population in a new
adventure" in that direction "they
will break their own teeth."
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SCHOOLS WASTE TIME CORRECTING
NeYKindStasplBall 'ERRORS' IN ENGLISH, CLAIMS FRIES
Two-thirds of the time and the rigid rules which make for narrow,
Drastic Alterations in Rules energy most schools spend trying to stilted expression.
Apparent in Contest correct errors in English is wasted "Such expressions as "It is me"
on Greensward. and actually harmful to the de- and "Six and six is twelve," con-
velopment of really good, live Eng- demned by those who insist that
Indoor baseball rules were dras- lish, according to Prof. Charles C. grammar must fit the rules they
tically changed by the Ann Arbor Fries of the English department devise, are in fact grammatical
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allowed three bases on what was
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mixed sexes can have seven out- CLOSES
fielders, and nio one can be walked Al 3P.
under any conditions by a female
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game, according to the rules. NOTICE
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