A new organization, the Princeton Speakers' Association, has been added to the list of undergraduate activities at Princeton. Its purpose is to supply the outside demand for speakers of college age and to provide an audience for men in the University who are interested in public speaking and desire some practical experience.
Men will be sent to the leading preparatory schools of the country to arouse interest in Princeton. Others will speak before boys' clubs and Y. M. C. A. classes on subjects of general interest. The plan of the association is to develop its speakers before sending them out. The active membership will be composed of 15 Seniors and about 50 Juniors and Sophomores will be admitted as associate members. The last will be divided into sections, according to the line of work they wish to follow, and each section will be in charge of a member of the Faculty.