Nearly 500 Princeton students have signed papers approving the formation of a military company, the plan for which was received favorably by the faculty a short while ago. A course in military instruction may begin in February, 1915. Membership will be voluntary, and will entail no compulsion in time of war. During the winter, according to the plan, there will be drill work, and in the spring outdoor manoeuvres. There will also be practice in rifle handling and shooting. It is planned to have the army furnish a commanding officer, and supply arms and amunition.
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