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Japan Warns United States, Britain
Not To Apply More Pressure In Asia



TOKYO, Aug. 12.-UP)-Britain
and the United States have been
warned that further pressire on
Japan woud "bring nothing but the
worst situation," the militarist news-
paper Kokumin reported today in de-
claring Japanese determination to
proceed peacefully but undeterred in
the creation of a broader sphere in
East Asia.
This warning, the paper observed,
had been especially pointed to Wash-
ington, where it was hoped there
would be a calm approach to Pacific
questions despite what was termed as
London's "frantic efforts to cause
friction between the United Staates
and Japan."
These alleged efforts to disturb the
Pacific peace were the desperate ac-
tions, said Kokumin, of a power
which for two years had been on the
verge of defeat by Germany.
Officially, Japan's attentions were
turned with avowed anxiety toward
U.S. shipments of war supplies to the
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Russian Pacific port of Vladivostok.
"Japan wishes that the United
States would not send munitions,"
said Koh Ishii, spokesman for the
Cabinet information bureau.
"Japan desires peace in the Pacific
and so Japan is watching such ship-
ments with grave concern."
His statement was based upon the
declared Japanese rear that mater-
ials arrived at Vladivostok might
never reach the Red armies fighting
the Germans in European Russia, but
might instead remain in the East

for possible use against Japan itself.
In Shanghai, Lt. Col. Kunio Aki-
yama, spokesman for the Japanese
army, said plainly his government
feared Vladivostok might become
"America's first line of defense
against Japan."
The day's bluntest summary of the
Far Eastern situation came from au-
thoritative quarters in London:
"If Japan wants war in the Pacific
there will be war; if she wants peace
there will be peace."



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tra with Dr. Eric DeLamarter con-j
ducting. The recital is compliment-
ary to the general public.
Tickets for the "Mystery Cycle" to
be given in Hill Auditorium on Sun-
day night, August 17, by the Depart-
rnent of Speech and the School of
Music, are still available at the Sum-
mer Session Office (1213 A.H.), the
Speech Department Office (3211
A.H.), the School of Music, \the
Michigan Union, the Michigan
League, and the Mendelssohn The-
atre boxoffice.
Admission will be by ticket, but
tickets will be distributed free as
long as they last.
Graduate Outing Club will meet
in rear of Rackham Building on
Sunday, August 17 at 2:30 p.m.
7harp. A trip to Big Portage Lake
in Waterloo Recreation Area is
planned including a program of swim-
ming, softball, and outdoor supper.
To insure satisfactory transportation
arrangements, both drivers and pas-
sengers are requested to leave twen-
ty-five cent supper fee at Rackham
check desk as early this week as
possible. All graduate students, fac-
ulty, and alumni' are invited.
Faculty Recital: Mr. William Bell-
er, Pianist, who is a guest on the
faculty of the School of Music for
the summer sesion, will present a re-
cital at 4:15 p.m. Monday August
18, inthe Rackham Assembly Hall.
The recital will consist of composi-
tions by Debussy and Ravel, and is
"omplimentary to the general public.
"The Cobbler Captain of Koepe-
nick will be shown at the Rackham
School Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. on
Saturday night, August 16. All pa-
trons of the Art Cinema League are
invited to attend this showing of the
'ilm which was originally scheduled

for August 3. Those who do not have
a series ticket may purchase a single
admission for thirty-five cents at the
Michigan League or at the Rack-
ham School on Saturday night after
7:30. Art Cinema League.
Members of the Faculty who wish
to attend the breakfast which will be
given on Sunday, August 17 at 9 a.m.
for candidates for the master's de-
gree may purchase tickets at sixty
cents each at the office of the Sum-
mer Session, 1213 A.H.
Louis A. Hopkins
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information
has received notice of the following
Civil Service Examinations. Last
date for filing applications is noted
in each case:
Detroit Civil Service ( requiring
General Staff Nurse, salary $1,680
(Residence waived), Applications ac-
cepted until furth3er notice.
Public Health Nurse, $1,560, resi-
dence waived), applications accept-
ed until further notice.
Transportation Equipment Opera-
tor $.79-$.84 hr., residence waived,
applications accepted until further
Junior Accountant, $1,440, resi-
dence waived), August 11, 1941.
Junior Accountant, $2,580, resi-
dence waived, August 18,r1941.
Junior Technical Clerk, $1,560,
residence waived, September 2, 1941.
Junior Personnel Examiner, $2,460,
residence waived, September 2, 1941.
Senior Personnel Examiner (Engr.)
$3,180, residence waived, September
2, 1941.
Medical Personnel Examiner (male)
$2,700, residence waived, September
2, 1941.
Complete announcements on file
at the Bureau, 201 Mason Hall.
'Office hours: 9-12 and 2-4.

' H A C K1 E '-widowed Mrs.
Evelyn A. Barrett, 32, will sup-
port herself and an 8-year-old
daughter by "hacking" in New
York. She was the first woman
taxicab driver hired by a cab
company to replace men drivers
lost to the army and defense jobs.

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M A T T E R 0 F W E A R A N D T E A R-While American women are stampeding stores to
buy silk stockings, the agriculture department's experimental hosiery mill at Beltsville, Md., is testing
cotton and lisle hose that may have later use in this time of grave emergency. Gypsy Frankenberg is
testing heel wear on cotton hose; the rollers rub the heels.

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and third to take $38,000 Hambletonian at Goshen, N. Y., earning
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T H E I R N I B S'-Playground "hobo" king and queen at
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