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Predicts Russian "Co
Despite Present Cc
Leads French Army
zeback" In Ru h r Invasion
Mibble,''OL, Speaks Sunday
Charles L. Dibble, '06L; will speak
on 'Religion and Science" at the Sun-
day night supper Jan. 14, at Harris books, including "The Crammar of "The advertised is
Hall. Mr. Dibble, besides being a law- Belief", an exposition of religious JIMMIE, the ad taker.
yer of repute, has written several truths. Adv.
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"In some sections of Russia, thou- had charge cf the relief work done
sands of people are living on thistle by the Friends in Germany. During
soup," declared Frederick J. Libby, his stay in Europe he visited Servia,
executive secretary of the National Mon eneg:-o, Poland and many other
Council for the Prevention of War, in countr'es into Which his work car-
speaking recently of the deplorable rind him. Several of his colleagues
conditions. in that country. in charge of Russian relief work have
For more than two years Mr. Libby brought him first hand information
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about the conditions they met among
the people of Russia.
14 jWorn Out by War
i Mr. Libby pointed cut that the
Russians were worn out by years of
foreign and civil wars. The soldiers
on returning to their lands, he said,
found their cattle practically all kill-
ed, their farm machinery, what lit-
High Cost of Living, Home Shortage, tle they had of it, gone, and the seed,
And Women in Industry for their future crops either con-
Among Causes sumed or necessary for the mainten-
1 - of present life.i
SITUATION AGGRAVATED BY ' referred to instances in
ABNORMAL WAR CONDITIONS "' n w iere reduced to canni-I
.he ne to eat their own dead
Paris, Jan. "--'(By A.P.)-The higifn order to live. He spoke of the
is no method
which one may teach another any-
thing. The only way it can be
done is for the other person to get
something working in. his own
head. It took the best thinkers
100 years to finally discover the
truth that everything depends
upon an active mind."
Dr. M. L. Burton,
President University of Michigan.
cost of living, lack of apartments and
hones for newly married "couples
selfishness, too many women employ-
ed in industry, and too much pleasure
are the general causes assigned for
the alarming decrease of the birth
rate In France, now the lowest in
work 0f the Friends and of Herbert
koover in providing food for the
starving people. Mr. Hoover's plan,
he explained, was to give one meal a'
day to each person, at least sufficient
to keep the individual alive. Mr.
Libby stressedthe importance of
giv'ng the children par f cuy
General Buoa, acting military head
of the French armyx will have the re-
sponsibility of leading the troops as-
signed to invade the Ruhr district if
such an invasion is ordered.
Accntatd b Wr nougn nourisnment, for upon themn
Accentuated by War IUI±i1at1, UU.jUILi1L
will rest the. responsibility of con-
This is a condition that has beer structing the new Russia.
accentuated. by the war, which took Rsi rasUie tte
many men to the front, whence many Russia Trusts United States
never returned. The war also creat- In his opinion, Russia will be the
ed new conditions of living for women, first of the countries- which were so
gave them work, made them independ- actively engaged in the World war, to
ent, and disinclined to marry readily "come back." "This," continued Mr.
and less inclined to have children. Libby, "is due to the fact that Rus-
The birth decrease does not result sea is more than 90 per cent agri-
from high mortality, or relatively few- cultural." He emphasized, in con-
er marriages. France's population of Ilusion, that the Russians, of all the
39,000,000 in 1922 is practically that oi nowers, trust only the United States.
1900. The number of marriages for I To the United States they look for
that year was 229,000, or about the help. "They will need not n
average since then, with the years food," he declared, "but sufficient sir-
following the war showing a larger plus grain for seed, that they ray
number, which is now returning the get on their feet again."
Something? Let a "Daily' as-
ad find it for vou.-Adv.
CO-EDS TIMID ?
S ! !'! !yet Velma Carter is a
shy daughter in "The Perfect
Cure." Tom is her lover but
father objects to him as a son-
in-law. An old maid gives
Dad the "cure" when he . . .
U. Hall, Tuesday night. Tick-
ets at Wahr's.
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average. For 19621 the 'number of
marriages was 456,000 and for 1922
it wvas a little higher..
Rate Lower Than li 1921
Until 1914, the number of births av-
eraged 800,000 yearly. During several!
of the war years, the' number dropped
to fewer than 400,000.; The first six
months of this year showed 386,726,;
as compared to 421,180 for the first
six months of 1921.
It is argued that if France is to
hold her place in the world and send
emigrants to her colonies, she must
pass laws, as already proposed in
Par-liament, to give the voting major-
ity to married men,reduce family tax-
es, and give bonuses for each child
born. Already, familie's enjoy lower
Guild Plans Sleigh Ride
Wesleyan Guild members of thqy
Methodist church, will hold a sleigh
ride tonight. The party will leave
the church at 8 o'clock returning to
Wesley hall where an oyster stevj'
supper will be served. As provisions
are made to accommodate only 60, all
interested are requested to call 2975-
W between 2 and 5 o'clock this af-
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the Michigan Normal school footbafl
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