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Flocking To Cities Is Slowing Up

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Parent Issue
Day
28
Month
February
Year
1902
Copyright
Public Domain
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, AsTu-ultural College, Lansing, Mk. Feb. 2J.- Vice President Hill, of the Michigan Politk-al Seliee association yoatemla afternoon, offlelatlng as cbairman at the joint meeting of the Holitieal Seienee assoeiation and the State Farmers' Koundu-p institute, scored the sugar trust and denouneed Havemejw. Prof. H. C. Ailams. in the coui-se of an address on hlgher edocatlon, said. 'it la { utmost importance rhat erery effort be nn fortb towanl the demolición of the caste teeling !- tween the rlch and the poor. n,' for al] and aíl for une shouhj be oxa watWiword." l'nr. c. II. Oooley, oí tln üniversitj oí Michigan, talklng of the schifting oí rural poqpulation, s&H: .vu coonties In the faur krwr had dorronsp la rural popnlatlon ín the lasr decade, except Allegan, üi-n-icu .nul Wayne; all above these have lncreased in nirul populación except Montcalm, Tbe reason for the lack of decrease in Allegan, Berrien and Wayne and Ottawa is exterasive agrlcuure. The decrease iu the other eounties [s due tu i aomfc ehanges, mproved ipethods oí agrlcutture, etc." The íiMivi'inriii toward eities te llkely to eeasej accordiñg to Pnof. Oooley'8 predtetions, If s already slowing np. He advoeated rural hig-h schools. The sessions cowtlnue till Priday Qornlng.