Daily Princetonian Attacks Bickering
Dissatisfied With Changes Made In Club Election System by Revision Committee
Claiming that the original purpose of the club system has been "smothered and overlooked by a preoccupation with hush hush ritual by inter-club competitive prestige, by a senseless struggle for individual solvency," the Daily Princetonian launched an attack on the club election system, last Wednesday, by expressing disapproval with the changes in bickering instituted by a revision committee of club representatives.
The reforms will go into effect when bickering starts next month. Sophomores will be educated on the Club-set-up, and the rush and confusion accompanying bickering will be eliminated by giving definite written assurance to those selected.
Editor Plan Attack
In a series of seven editorial Daily Princetonian editors plan to attack the machinery of the club system and their social standards. They believe that "elimination of the cock-eyed bicker system will reduce social stratification."
They plan to tear apart the existing financial, social, and mechanical defects and then to propose an alternate scheme, radically revising the election system.