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NEWFOUNDL
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bill to Increase Doles Passes,
House of Commons by
Large Margin.
LEFT WING REBELLIOUS
Would Enlarge Unemployment!
Insurance $610,000,000
for ,Coming Year.

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LONDON, Eng., Nov. 25. -
fears that the MacDonald

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bacle on the unemployment insur-
ance bill to increase doles was dis-

AND FISHING HAMLETS ARE DESTROYED STUDENT LEADERS CONFRONTED
TC TIDAL WAVE AT COST OF MANY LIVES U LIL WITH HONOR SYSTEM QUESTION
1I ll~egim .ng with this article, rT . v M 0 1y wilN }
FORUM DIC SSO e stories daing wtt onor sys. fellow-students, and the whole-
e deterret effect stuet
Topic Is tVocation of Literary Il lll disapproval shady conduct.
College Graduate'; Will Of all the problems that confront On the other hand, many col-
b p:gstudent leaders and college admin- leges, in fact a majority of the
? .: ,h: =uehbe Open Meeting.neycolleges of the United States, do not
istrators, that of student honesty favor the Honor System. They see
Coninung he eris o Al-Ca- i clssrom orkandcamus eIno advantages to be derived from
pus Forums, Prof. J. H. Muyskens lations is probably the one that is it; they consider such a system to
of the phonetics department will first in importance and interest to- be a license to the students to
lead in the discussion of the ques- day. When students meet, this cheat. They think that its advan-
n"e in hLr problem consumes a large part of tages are greatly outweighed by its
tVt he time given for discussion of disadvantages; they consider that
College Graduate" at the Forum tudent problems; when college ad- such matters are academic, and
tomorrow afternnon at 4 o'clock ministrators meet, this problem is that they should be handled by
in Alumni Memorial hall widely discussed. It is a perplexing paid faculty members rather than
T,":- .frcsdrt problem; it is an important one. i by students whose experience is
The subject up for consideration j Some colleges and universities at-comparatively limited and whose
is expected to supplement, to a tempt to solve this problem of stu judgment is not fully developed.
large degree, the question discus- dent honesty by means of the Hon Between the Honor System, in
sed at last wee's Forum by Prof. orSystem. Under the Honor Sys. which faculty control is nil, and
J. R. Hayden of the political sci- tem, broadly speaking, the students the system of faculty espionage, in
hare given absolute freedom from which student control is nil, are
eenc d parmdepartm enetn t e who g vsn aokeut onedther m surveillance s bje t byic facultys to tm em bersto s.ortbim anysu minterm ediaryme colegsystem s.reSyse In
s u je t W h ic h O ffe rs M o s t o t hgr c o s t i a ssu m edtt h a t t h s o m c olln e g esp e H n rS y s tem i s
Student-the Campus or the Class- students are honest, and they Are !in frce in certain departments; in
rom? dal wtho tatbais Ter i a ie t nature to papers, or in some fn- the classroom; but in most of themi
x Becau e so many ollege grad- stances to a special pledge, vouches the Honor System attempts pTimar-*
ates often enter fields of work in fr the fact that the work rere- ilY to regulatehonesty scolat
which they are not interested or sented to be his own was done by work.
well-fitted, Professor-Muyskens' ad- the student himself, and by him A number of colleges are in the
dress is expected to be of wide in- alone. His word is his bond. midst' of a great upheaval on ac-
rsix t tbow i- Those colleges which use the count of the problem of the Honor
terest. Following a short intro- Honor System, as a rule, believe System. A few have abolished it
ductory presentation of the sub- that it is efficacious in instilling within the last few years. A. few
ject Professor Muyskens will caii into students a love and respect for others have installed it. Others are
for response in the form of ques- honest dealings one with the other; seeking information concerning it
..:h di .that it is a vital force in the build- in order that they may try to in-
Sthens ed fro the audiescusse. this ng of character in students; and stall it, or if they already have it,
Thbleeed hiscussnronts 0 h than it inculcates into the college in order that they may make im-
problem,:?which confrontsrthe.ipyouth strong and lasting principles provements.
.average student after graduation, of good citizenship that will serve At the Fourth Congress of the
was felt to be important when the him well in after-college days, National Student Federation, the
two typical fishing hamlets situated along the coast of Southern Newfoundland representative group of students when he has left the protecting in- Honor System was one of the most
who selected the question for the fluence of college professors and important problems discussed,.
others were partially destroyed by a recent tidal wave which took a toll of more entire series, conceded that this - ------
subject was perhaps the most out-
resulted in serious pi opertydamage. 1 standing of the entire series. ii*I '

ap'ated tonight when- the Housc of
Commons voted 299 to 213 approval
of' the second reading of the bill.
The government majority was 86.
The victory was not surprising
as it had been predicted that the.
Liberals would vote in approval be.
cause defeat of the government isy
not now desired by the opposition.:
Since the Labor party has not a
clear majority in the House, such
Liberal support is necessary.,
Bill Before tommittee.
The bill now goes to the commit-
tee where it will be considered
clause by clause, and probably a :___________
number of amendments will be ad-
ded before final presentation to Pictured above are
the Commons. It has been estimat-
ed that the unemployment insur-- These villages and many
ance in the coming year will cost than thirty-six lives and
British tax payers $610,000,000. Tfie

bllouldincrease benefit for HUGE CHRYSANTHEMUM BOUQUET
efrom $1.75 to $2.25 weekly, lower SHOWN AT BOTANICAL GARDENSi
the insurance age to 15 and in-
crease the weekly benefit for per- ----.- -
sons aged 17, 18 and 19 by about $1. A gigantic spread of 3,000 chry- a liquor that is reputed to be high-
Members of the left wing group santhemums exhibited at the uni-tly potent.
attacked the bill today 'from va-;versity Botanical Gardens; Pack-' A short time ago, eleven exhibits,
rious angles. They argued for high- ard Road, has elicited a great deal prepared by Mr. Wezel, were sent
er and more comprehensive doles. of praise from visitors during the to the Grosse Pointe Horticultural
James Maxton, leader of the .left, past three weeks. This mammoth Society Exhibition in Detroit, and it
who signed up 32 members for a bouquet fully 25 feet in circumfer- is interesting to note that out of
"rebellion" failed to make a show- ence was held in place by a large the eleven entries, eight won prizes.
ing on the vote, it being discovered wire frame which hung from the The flowers in the Botanical Gar-)
that most of the signers had with ceiling. dens are used by graduate students
drawn after consultation with gov- In another part of the green- and professors of the university in
ernment leaders. house is a somewhat similar display experimental work. Every year
Measure is Stop-Gap. of the Anna, a species of the chry- there are several students who earn
Thomas Shaw, Secretary of War, santhemum. These pure white their Doctor's degrees by doing re-
auswering arguments about the flowers are a good deal smaller and search work at the Gardens. Most
insufficiency of the bill, said the in a spread about half the size there of the flowers raised there are used
measure was framed frankly as a are by actual count 5,300 wedged to decorate various univeristy func-
stop-gap and was not intended for in together. Last June, Mr. Wezel tions. The banquet in honor of
permanency. .Iwho is in charge of the plants, President Ruthven given t the
He said no one believed the bill began this renarkable spread by Masonic Temple last Monday night
was ideal since it did not go far placing eight plants together in a was decorated with flowers, ferns,
enough, but the government be. single pot. These have grown to and palms from the Gardens.
lieved under the circumstances it resemble a single large plant. Whenever there is a surplus of
was as much as would be able to The Botanical gardens specialize flowers, they are sent to the hos-
get through the Commons. in chrysanthemums and although pitals, libraries, and offices of the
Members of the left argued that the season is almost over, the University.
better conditions should be given greenhouses will not be empty dur- It is the plan of Mr. Bartlett, di-
unemployed and that "to break theI ing the winter. Sweet peas, prim- rector of the Botanical Gardens,
pledge given for constituents inde- ulas, (primroses), snap dragons and to establish a permanent collection
fensible" The bill may encounter other varieties take their place. of native plants. At present seeds
shoals in the committee :and even Perhaps the most interesting or! And plants are exchanged with bo-
defeat of the government is pos- at least the most unique display is tanical gardens all over the world
sible therein but it was generallyian exhibit of cactus plants. There and in the summer, a few plant col-
believed tonight that grenerally are varieties from Arizona, Texas, lectors tour the United States and
PmuMd -Mexico, and the West Indies. One Canada for new specimens. The
emerge safely,nd of especial interest is similar to the Gardens are owned and operated
-mrgaf variety used by Mexicans to make entirely by the University.

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