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IMS POLICIES ; SOOTH ENGLAND Acceptance of MacDonald -Speech Indicates Nation f Wants Breathing Spell. • *Y HAROLD E. SCARBOROUGH. Sr Radio to Th« Star. LONDON, July 6.—That all parties Are ready for a breathing spell in the British political game is indicated both toy the Labor government’s program as ■ft forth in the King's speech on Tues day and by its reception by the other two parties and by the press. The speech, which his Labor ministers pre pared for the King, was studiously mod erate and the newspapers of all shades of opinion recognize it as such. At the same time, however* they do not lose an opportunity to point out that within many of MacDonald's soothingly valued phrases there lurk the possibilities of decided action. Although the London Times thinks the members of Parlia ment "are humanly sure of a quiet life until the House rises at the end of the jnonth.” and the Daily Telegraph de clares “this surely is not. the Socialist JCing's speech,”'other journals, both Conservative and Liberal, comment, in effect, that proof of MacDonald's good intentions will lie in the legislation in fvhlch they are ultimately embodied. • Labor's preparations for tackling the unemployment problem follow lines ■Which already have been approved by both of the other parties. The party's Intentions with reference to the repeal of the trades disputes act ia measure outlawing general strikes and restrict ing trade union prerogatives) remain vague, as almost anything might be done within the limits of “remedying the situation created by this act.” Likewise "reorganization of the coal industry” gives ample scope for any thing that might be contemplated. Perhaps earlier than had been generally anticipated it will become evident whether the Labor government intends to consolidate its tenure of office by confining itself to the more or less non-contentious legislation. Left Wing Laborites have already begun to make trouble for the premier by tabling the amendment to the King's speech, which in effect calls for "Socialism in our time,” and which constitutes a virtual vote of censure on the government. Os course, neither this amendment nor others like it are expected even by their proposers to be adopted. But from the numbers of his nominal followers, who vote for similar motions, MacDonald will be able to gauge the extent to which he will have to fall back on measures sure of Lib eral or Conservative support. Coin cidentally from his method of dealing with his "wild men,” the premier will to some extent either enlist or forfeit the support of other parties. References to the King's speech to foreign policy were as vague as those dealing with domestic affairs. Al though considerable optimism was shown in the references to naval dis armament, it has been observed with gratification by diplomats who have this subject very much at heart that MacDonald evidently does not intend to rush matters for the sake of secur ing problematic success of "agreement in principle,” but that he is willing to fall in with President Hoover's idea of making haste slowly. Finally, that MacDonald intends to continue the effort made by the Conservative gov ernment of having the empire so far as possible act as a unit to foreign re lations is shown by the fact it was carefully announced in the King’s •peech that the dominions will be con gulted before anything definite is done with regard to a resumption of normal relations with Russia. (Copyrisht, 1929.) WATCHING WOMEN’S FEET 1S HOBBY OF SCIENTISTS College Professor Declares Mem • bers Have Flattened and Ceased to Turn Inward. EAST LANSING, Mich. (A*).—Tradi. -tion says that every college professor "bas a hobby. At this season of the year hobbies generally flourish in aca demic circles. Here's a college professor whose hobby is to watch women walking down the street. Dr. John W. Crist of Mich igan State College makes scientific ob servation of the position of the female's feet under acceleration. His principal laboratory is the busiest corner in Detroit. From his observations Dr. Crist de duces the feet of the modern woman have flattened and ceased to turn in ward at the toes. In the process of evolution the feet swing past, the straight position and turn outward, particularly with heavy women. a HOMESTEADERS HELPED ; TO SUCCEED BY WIVES College Women and Others Helping to Reclaim American Desert, Records Show. J PHOENIX, Ariz. OP).—College wom an. girls with business experience, even talented singers and dancers, are help ing to reclaim American deserts. " Reclamation records show that many girls are abandoning careers to help their husbands tame the cactus and ■age brush. „ By law. each applicant for Govern ment irrigated land must submit an swers to a questionnaire. His wife's nealth, her liking for farm life and her farm experience are investigated, ■the applicant must have a minimum of $2,500 cash. On the basis of his answers, the best man is selected for •aeh farm. - Wives often are the deciding factor. The reclamation service realizes that $ discontented wife can mean failure in the hardships necessary to reclaim ing the desert. FAMED EXPERT ASSERTS VOLCANO VALUE IGNORED Declares Activities Can Be Studied Even Though No Eruption 0 1 Is Taking Place. HONOLULU (A>).—Dr T. A. Jag gar, world-famous volcanologist at the Kileuea Observatory on the island of Hawaii, believes that an active vol cano is a rare and valuable possession. In a report to the Hawaiian Vol oano Research Association he explains tts value and tells what volcanologists look for. “An active volcano when it is quiet, Be says, "is just as recordable, just as strategically important for itse tremors, tilts, temperatures and chemical ema nations, as when it is erupting. It is like a train steaming through moun tain tunnels, seen from an airplane. Sometimes it shows, sometimes not. But the train is not dead because tt does not show. Yet many men of Science still 'think a volcano is of no interest unless it is erupting. , ‘Change of position or appearance •t different times is of firet Importance fc astronomy. 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