College News and Departmental Notes: British Empire Club
by Departmental notes - 1918
The British Empire Club during the past year listened to a series of addresses by a number of interesting speakers. His Excellency Sir Walter Davidson, K. C. M. G., late governor of Newfoundland and governor-elect of New South Wales, described simply and vividly the raising of the Newfoundland Regiment and of his meeting it again at Sir Douglas Haig's headquarters in France, immediately after it had been in action; Major James Smyth, dean of the Wesleyan Theological College, Montreal, gave a lecture on the war, illustrated by slides taken by express authority of the British Foreign Office; and Mr. P. Whitwell Wilson, parliamentary correspondent of the London Daily News gave a brilliant analysis of the present political situation in Great Britain.
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