Dean Hodges of the Episcopal Theological School spoke of the newer way of serving one's fellow men by coming into close touch with those who are in need.
Mr. Birtwell then introduced Mr. Ely who outlined the work of students in the Prospect Union. He was followed by H. S. Roberts '97, who told of the students work in the educational department of the Social Union.
C. R. Colburn '95, K. Robson Div., and P. N. Cressey '95, spoke of their duties, as visitors for the Associated Charities of Boston.
Mr. Birtwell then introduced Mrs. Palmer who spoke entertainingly of some incidents in the charitable and educational work among the Bohemian and Polish children of Chicago.
E. Von Mark '95, F. H. Green Sp., P. G. Noon '95, C. J. Willcom Div., F. G. Good-bridge '97, W. W. Rockwell '95, E. de W. Wales L. S. S., H. C. Wright Div., E. A. Reed L. S. S., T. R. Kimball '95, and Mr. Lofthouse of Trinity College, Oxford, also gave accounts of various charitable and educational works among the poor with which they were connected.