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Dr. E. St. J. Ward, F. A. C. S., will lecture on Wednesday at the Harvard Medical School Ampitheatre, Building D, at 5 o'clock. He will take as his subject his experience during the war in connection with the Red Cross, a field on which he is well qualified to speak, having organized the American Red Cross Unit in Constantinople in 1915. Dr. Ward also served as a Lieutenant-Colonel with the Red Cross in France in 1917 and was with General Allenby's army in the capture of Jerusalem from the Turks.

Since the war, Dr. Ward has occupied the position of Dean of Medicine and Professor of Surgery at the American University of Beirut, Syria.

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