THEI MICHIGAIN DAILY
SUNDAY, MAY 17. 1
U. S. Open-Door
Poliy In North
Phillips Officially Restates
Opposition To Japanese
WASHINGTON, May 16. - fP) -
An official restatement of American
opposition to Japanese expansionist
activities on the Asiatic mainland to-
day reflected Washington's growing
concern for the future independence1
of North China.
Discussing at his press conference
news that Japan was increasing its;
military forces in that area, William
Phillips, undersecretary of state, di-
rected the attention of reporters to
a recent public statement by Secre-
tary Hull indirectly reminding Japan
of its treaty obligations in China.-
Hull referred on Dec. 7 to what he
interpreted then as an effort to
"bring about a substantial change in;
the political status and condition of
several of China's northern prov-
inces" through the supposedly Jap-
anese fostered "autonomy move-
"Unusual developments in any part
of China," he said then, "are right-
fully and necessarily. of concern not
alone to the government and people
of China but to all of the many pow-
ers which have interests in China."
Calling attention to the nine-pow-
er treaty under which the United
States, China, Japan and six other
nations undertook to guarantee the
political integrity of the Chinese Re-
public and the maintenance of the
"open door" of commercial oppor-
tunity in that country for all foreign
nations, Hull declared.
"It seems to this government most
important in this period of world
wide political unrest and economic
instability that governments and
peoples keep faith in principles and
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"Hamlet -The Prophecy of Modern
Patrons attending the opening per-
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Kenna and Ernest Lawford, are on
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tain. As in previous years, the Ann
Arbor Art Association will place on
exhibition in the upper lobby of Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre a collection of
paintings and sculpture by profes-
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To Celebrate Sixth
LANSING, May 16. - P) -The
Morlok quadruplets, who will be six
years old Tuesday, abandoned even
thoughts of mischief making today
to concentrate on the subject of birth-
Mrs. Carl A. Morlok, the quads'
mother, was uncertain whether there
would be a party because the girls
have not shown proper recovery from
heavy colds. She is a former nurse.
But, she said, there certainly will
be a cake - but there the quads' teas-
ing for information ran into a stone
wall. She bravely withstood a four-
sided cross-fire of questions as to
whether she really meant one cake or
one for each of them.
Even the subject of birthday gifts
took a back seat while the quads
considered what is to them the all-
engrossing question of cakes.
They have evidenced little interest
in the births of quadruplets to Mr.
and Mrs. Emil Kasper in Passaic, N. J.
To them the event is something quite
without meaning, Mrs. Morlok said,"
save that Edna A., the first born, re-
marked:. "Mamma, I'll bet that lady
Golfers Beat Illini;
Final Home Meet'
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won three of the four singles matchesJ
and split even in the two best-ball1
Johnny Hobart of the Illini with
a 69, three under par, in the after-t
noon's individual play took medal
honors for the day, followed by Will
Kokes of the invaders who posted a
70 in the morning and Captain Koc-
sis who came through with a 71 in
winning his match with Kokes, 2%
to %. Kokes shot 73, while the
Michigan leader had nine-hole totals
of 34 and 37 in his 71-stroke round.
Hobart, who put together a 35 and
a 34 in scoring his medal-winning
69, defeated Malloy, Michigan num-
ber-two man, who had a 74, 3 to 0.
Hobart was putting sensationally in
the afternoon in direct contrast to
his morning play when he posted an
Captain Kocsis with a 73 and
Malloy with a 79 lost their foursome
match to Kokes and Hobart, who
posted respectively 70 and 81, 2 to
1. Kokes' score included a 33 on
the last nine, three below par.
Saunders, at number three for
Michigan won all three points from
Captain Ed Hill of the invaders with
a one-over-par 73. Hill had an 85.
Barclay with a 78 was the third
Wolverine to win a singles match,
posting a 78 to defeat Dean Zahn,
who had an 83, 22 to %.
,Barclay and Saunders, shooting 76
and 78, shut out Zahn and Hill, who
came in with 83 and 78, 3 to 0.
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