The Rt. Rev. A. F. Winnington-Ingram, Bishop of London, will deliver an address in Sanders Theatre on "Some Problems of Great Cities," next Tuesday at 8 o'clock. The address will be open to all members of the University and to the public.
The Bishop of London has come to this country to attend the General Convention at Richmond, Virginia, and will speak in Sanders Theatre upon the invitation of the University. He was educated at Marlborough School and at Keble College, Oxford, was ordained priest in 1884, and in 1897 he became Bishop Suffragan of Stepney. In 1901 he was appointed Bishop of London. Bishop Ingram is a comparatively young man for his position, as he is not yet 50 years old; but he is a remarkably hardworking, earnest and able man, a stern and straightforward speaker and preacher. His work has been largely among the poorer classes in big cities, where he has studied their life and condition very closely.