To Test Value of Political Speeches

The merits of the three Presidential candidates, Coolidge, Davis, and La Follette, will be discussed tonight in Phillips Brooks House, when the Cambridge Circuit Epworth League will hold a meeting in Peabody Hall at 7.30 o'clock.

Before the discussions begin a straw vote will be held to determine how the audience favors the candidates. After this three persons will speak for 15 minutes each, one person upholding Davis, another La Follette, and the other Coolidge. These speeches will consist mainly of different reasons why the various candidates should be supported.