National Affairs: At Princeton

Where does a college student live? Where should he cast his vote? The answers, of course, vary with the students. An orphan student might have no other legal domicile than his dormitory. Perhaps any student's dormitory rooms are or may be his voting residence, since at most institutions dormitory space is leased for a whole year and most election laws require only a few months' residence.

In Princeton, N. J., a lively row was on last week. President John Grier Hibben of the University appealed to the county election board; Dean Christian Gauss called on eminent judges; students posted irate placards—all because...

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