Many men prominent in missionary and Y. M. C. A. work, several of whom are University graduates, have been secured as speakers at the Northfield Conference from June 20 to June 30. Among those whol will lead the discussions are Dr. John R. Mott, General Secretary of the International Committee of the Y. M. C. A., Dr. Robert E. Spear, David Yui, of China, Henry Sloan Coffin, Charles W. Gilkey '03, Dean Charles R. Brown '77, Captain John MacNeill, and J. Stitt Wilson.
The morning hours during the Conference will be given over to Bible study and general discussions of topics relating to reconstruction and foreign service. Any delegate will be free to approach the leaders, who are always willing to give personal interviews. There will also be special gatherings for foreign students, theological students, and student volunteers.
The afternoons, as in former years, will be taken up with recreation. In addition to the regular events such as baseball games, tennis tournaments, and track meets, a certain portion of each afternoon will be devoted to mass games and recreative contests which are adapted to boys' clubs, and aim being to train members of the Conference in the use of recreation in social work.
As there is still opportunity for members of the University to enroll in the delegation, any man wishing to do so should notify, as soon as possible, the Graduate Secretary at Phillips Brooks House or R. E. Gross '19, chairman of the committee.