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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

USSIAN CITIZENS
(Continued fromn Page Nine)
"I shall confine myself to facts con-
rning the effects of the communist.
ile upon my own business; for it.
with these that I am best acquaint -
1," he explained. "'Shortly after the
aticnalization of1'imy textile factor-
!s in 1918, they were forced to close
ntirely because of inefficient manage-
ent. The plant remained idle until
21 when the English trade agree-
ent with Ruissia madle it possible to
sunie production. Even then. how-
ver, the industry was so badly con-f
ncted that .,output reached only ten
ercent. of normal years and there
ras a net deficit of 200,000,000 gold,
ubles for the fiscal years 1921 and
922-the consequence of Soviet man-
gement of a once profitable enter-'

Herbert lHc
'recently for s'
Student Retie
which opened
to aid Europ
students. Thf
ducted chiefly
colleges.
"am grat
know thatt
Friend hip Fu
the same wor
versity center
ing the °past
tion with the
istration," sai(
because of t)
conditions ma

astito whether it is wirse to extend Let The RussiansAm rc n W ne
IIR~'e futher s isanceto Russian stu- ' m rcnl in r O h cec fmtlug fio
pi UUVLII I!JflIY 1 '1 1. ents, rofessor:; and intellectual Buy With Your $5 Of Unusual Awtard Tand medial, which is the highest
award available in the field of mtetal-
a(lhoughI there is a supply of food- Five American dollars have ,(n al- Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 231.- Profes- lurgy, has not been awarded to an
FuR RELEFe revolution has thrown the most unbelievable power of purchase sor :Albert Sautveur of the dIepartment Amiericpan for 29) years. The fra
.oe sse n pel ttll~u lConsit sc saeinRsia eei sesiaedte o nalug itHrvr tufft;peenain fte ea iob
1ove issedanapet i tellci tsy reuabette l u ayoft estloimatetghesof eallrydatharvardsunieritydpresentin f thtie, medalisgofth e
supr fthe European of detit.uties o at tereunablen-(t o l untainny oefolowingmthig:es, bee n ardthBesmrGlmaeiMyathe etng te
uppor47 Maof aveu i, wupplis omatrhwple- onefuti en n oe mveMal for :924,"in recongnition of em- Iron and Steel Institute of Great Bri-
, 34 amaisn oravendiue,;le gop utb an orbos n ensreqeoeiietsrie nteavneettu
as campige nir sttmiful tsgro ps ultibmaiton ceourthosoneftenubs requat, oef ietsrie nteavneettm
e' destaituegnwiersity-tamed i Rusia>sultmskly t s dance, two11llil golfi clubsill onedlliillfiillltllitlllpair oflllll:
among universities and - In Russia they will furnish any of-
T ceirje, Ieb. 22.--An institute ofi these things: daily food for 100 stu-- N A K .
tified and relieved to world economics has been established dents, two pairs of shoes, 40 scientific - _II~ 3 1
th mrcnsuethere under the direction~ of Dr. Ernstj textbooks, a professor's salary for WA LLciz.hado h P A P E R
the propoes tcoa Stuet Ue ha .fth niversity of two months, one year's tuition for
mdpooe t otneLeipsic. 1two students. Stripe dtesigns hei~ghtenathe appearance of low c eilngs. Wide,
°sk in hepariencalun-i- _spreadling esigns lower the appearance of high ceilings. -1
's t hs arred n ur-._ South mooms, nerd cool colors; north exposures, warm ons
two years in co-opera7o- Large rooms need a good deal of both color and patr'oblnc
American Relief Aihnin- ORE Mar eea rpotosadlreexasso akWl
AEWEHovr. Te ,, arngr. the gnrlpootosadlag x ne f akw ll.Drk colors
bigthe walls closer to you. argaydawte.wa
her.i HoA.ovR ussiae-MAI. RDER1"1S NOW- Color has an. effect on your mental condition.. For example: Red, by _
ie ca. io R.fA from Rusiao!Iir'- ~ubn lti Pr~ Seaicons ts connetion with ire and blood, is a color of mental intensity
iy lad t som gtistiol t2 and excitement. Blue is cool and soothing, suggestiv of pleasant
tyla'osmeqeto Schwalb & usell. = skies and deep, rolling waters. Yellow has the warmth of sunlight,
___________________ -but none of the exciting elements of red.
I II1 YO UA room well filled with furniture requires less color and figure than
Ord U iversty = a room with few pieces.
iLFRNAPriced from54c Mup-
'QUARTER, "1924
aly June 24th, to _-
ayAlglst 4th theWindlow Shbades, the Better Kin,
4alf Begins July 28® musical com~edy M ade The Better Way
nities to- work for the of______________________________________________
for higher degrees., or 5*odiint n
iml work, in the ocean- Drc vi
of the San F'ancisco O e{old. .dt.n
in the regular aca- ELci'SfcI 1t'
tion from Office 7.M
( slirniD UiVERSIiy A.1MAR A N PPy 'STORY OF YOUTHf, BOIA NtE 4ND\I)GIRLES Ann Arboi' . Ypsilanti
I'PRES-VAIh ORDERS-$1.00l, 0.65i.'21, $2.75

prise. {J
"To give you an idea. of the fiasco
which has occurred," he continued,
"I can say that in September of last'j l :rlert 1l~soo2er
year, just before I was deported, the ebthov.reieeprtfm
workmen for whose benefit the revo- Hebr ovr elfexrtrm
lution was avowedly planned, were his work as food commissioner during
being paid Just 40 percent. of whatI the war, has stated that he is fully in
they received under the Tsar's gov- I accord with the work of the Student
erment. Furthermore, the products Friendship Fund, and urges the uni-
were selling at three to four timesI versities and colleges of America to
the old price; calico formerly selling back the nation-wide drive which is3
at 15 kopecks now costs 50 kopecks.t being launched for 'its benefit.
I do not know the extent of the de-
ficit for 1923, but= it miust certainly Normally, the peasants, in anticipa-i
be very large as many mills through-.Lion of 'dry years, carry a two years'
out Russia were closed in April and, reserve of corn,. but all. of. this was.
many more in October of that -year.. confiscated. and in the famine fol-
Soviet Management Inefficeen-t. lowing the crop failure_ in 1921, the
"The reasons for this huge, loss in people died like flies. Npearly 20,000,-.
operation are not hard to findl. In 000 people, mostly in rural districts,
my spinning mill which ordinarily perished from this cause and another
gave employment to about 7,000 mien, 7,000,000 died as a result of typhoid
5,800 of these were actually engagedI and other fevers which raged uncom-
at the spindles and looms and the re- bated. As is so often the case, the;
mnaining 1,200 were variously employ- strong a1nd 'Healthy -portion °of the.
ed in maintenance and upkeep work, ; population suffered worst, the inva-
as doctors, teachers and engineers in lids and old people surviving in large
conjunction with the factory. Under, numbers.
the Lenin-Trotsky rule, the 1,200 con- Horrible Executions Decreed
stituting an overhead expense are, "Many thousands have also been
still at work, while the productive murdered for their opposition to the
laborers number about 850. Manufac- prevailing authorities. Executions of
turing has become utterly demor- the most horrible sort were deliber-
alized." ately contrived, the most notable be-j
_i. Barydguine was quite emphatic ing the murder of Tsar Nicholas, who
in his denunciation of the Soviet on was shot after being forced to witness
the ground that it not only inan- the rape of his wife and daughters by
ages affairs, but is actually represen- Bolshevist troops. This is proved by
tative of only an insignificant part the recent edict. decreeing that all
of the population. "The Bolshevists. killing must. in the future be done:
now rule over about 125,000,000peo- only with a rifle.",
pie," lhe declared, ;;"this being the pop. When-asked :what the apparent me-t
elation to which Russia has been re- sult of the Tsar's assassination had
dluced by casualties in the wvar, famn- been, M. Bardyguine replied that it3
ine, epidemics, and loss of Poland, has -had a colossal influence in mak-I
Fsthonia, Finland and Lithuania. At ing converts to his cause, in this me-
thle climax of their power in 1919, spect resembling the murder of KDing
Ithe official Bolshevist party clainmed Charles of England'. "Nicholas won
but; G30,000 members. Today that many friends by his unhappy death,"1
number has dwindled to less than, declared M. Bardyguine, "and at that.
300,000 and a minority of one-fourth time the people remembered that un-
of one le:rcent. is now tyrannizing ier his rule, despite its mistakes, they
over Russia more despotically and never were allowed to starve to death
l ess efficiently than the Tsar which or murdered wholesale." He declined
thiey so cruelly murdered." to prognosticate concerning Russia's
The steps which the Soviet tools future. "I have no horoscope," he
to carry out the provisions of the maid, "and I ami simply praying that
Prest-Litovak contract with GIernieny Tod will soon, restore peacea awl.prs
in 19J18 wer e also strongl3r eniSUred rierifty to Russa.'
by M. Barydguinle and his soni. "Ir. M. Bardygunine feels that Lenin's are-I
order to pay Germany," hie said, "the gent death will have no important ef-
government collected, and exported Wet upon Russian history. ' He char-
practically all of the corn reserves in acterized him as a great mountebank ,
Russia, and left the country desti- wlho knewv the Russian people and
tute of one of its principal articlesj could talk with all classes systemati-i
of food. (Continued on Page-Eleven)s

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Gangster's Last Words. And
Jimmy Donovan, Boss of New
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