Says Princeton Men Will Play Big Part in World in Years to Come

Princeton, N. J., October 3.--John W. Davis, speaking before a mass meeting at Princeton this afternoon, scored the Republican Party for its lack of any foreign policy and promised that if he were elected to the Presidency he would have the United States represented at any conference of nations to secure peace. Mr. Davis praised highly Grover Cleveland and Woodrow Wilson, both Princeton men, and expressed confidence in the part Princeton will play in the difficult years to come.

The Democratic Presidential candidate stated that the United States has been on the wrong track in international affairs during the past five years. John P. Lee '25, president of the Princeton John W. Davis League, presided at the meeting.