E. C. CARTER '00 ON "INDIA"

First Graduate Secretary of Brooks House to Lecture at 8.15.

E. C. Carter '00, the first graduate secretary of Phillips Brooks House, will speak on "The Work in India" in Peabody Hall, Phillips Brooks House, this evening at 8.15 o'clock. Dean Briggs will preside at the lecture, which will be open to all members of the University.

Since his graduation Mr. Carter has held the positions of graduate-secretary of Phillips Brooks House, foreign secretary of the University Christian Association in India, and general secretary for North America of the International Committee of the Students' Y. M. C. A. The last named position, which entailed a leading part in the Northfield Conferences, was only temporary, during the absence of Mr. J. R. Mott, and Mr. Carter will sail next Thursday for India to resume his duties there. The work in India, where he has spent eight years, is of a varied nature, having to do with universities, cities, and railroads not only in India proper, but in Ceylon and Burmah as well.

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