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FIRST EUGENIC BABY BORN IN ENGLAND
Eugenette Bolce, the first baby born in England in accordance
with the laws of eugenics. Her father is of Austrian descent, born in Cali
fornia. He is the author of the "New Natipnalism," a book on economics.
Her mother is English. For a seven-mohth-old youngster Baby Bolce is
displaying remarkable intelligence and already has a pronounced sense of
humor. Since her birth she has been reared under the healthiest condi
tions. The photograph shows the physical perfection of the young lady.
NEGRESS WOULD MARRY WHITE
St. Joseph, Mich., Oct. 29.
Blanche Shoemaker, negress, has
started mandamus proceedings to
compel County Clerk Larkworthy to
issue a marriage license to a white
man and herself. There is no law in
this state which prohibits such a un
ion, but each time the license was
applied for the county- clerk refused
on the ground that it was against