One of the speaking units of the Oxford movement will give undergraduates a chance to learn the teachings of Frank Buchman at eight o'clock tonight at the Continental Hotel. Another meeting will be held tomorrow at the same time.
While none of the famed houseparties have been arranged for students at this visit, a number of the leading Buchmanites will describe the resurgence movement which has attracted international attention.
The speakers are Bishop Root of Hankow, China, Alexander Smith, treasurer of the Republican State Committee of New Jersey; the Reverend Samuel Shoemaker of the Calvary Church, New York City; Philip Marshall Brown, former professor of International Law at Princeton; the Reverend Frederick C. Lawrence '20; Samuel Shellabarger, and Roland Hazard.
The movement was founded in the early twenties at Oxford by a Lutheran Minister, Frank Buchman.