Religion: At Princeton

As at many another U. S. institution, the name of Frank N. D. Buchman was only a name at Princeton, vaguely signifying personal interviews on religion, until last fortnight when Mr. Buchman's approach to religious problems, through his subjects' autoerotic tendencies was first made generally public (TIME, Oct. 18). Princeton men remembered that Mr. Buchman had been forbidden to practice his calling upon their campus two years ago, but not until last fortnight did they realize why. Then, last week, Mr. Buchman returned to the U. S. from a call to the...

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