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FINNISH HARDSHIPS ARE DESCRIBED BY HASEY

Volunteer Ambulance Corps Captain Tells Work of Americans in Warring Europe

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Painting a graphic picture of the hardships and dangers faced by the members of the American Volunteer Ambulance Corps in Finland, Captain John F. Hasey of the corps addressed a small audience last night in the Junior Common Room of Eliot House.

Hasey, who was at the head of the corps in Finland, told of the activities and help that it is giving to the wartorn nations of Europe. At present the corps is divided into two groups which are giving first aid and medical attention to over 500 soldiers a day on the Western Front.

The ambulance groups are financed by Americans in France and at home who are interested in the work. An American himself. Hasey was working in Paris when the Mobilizations Generale was proclaimed, and he immediately enlisted in the then-embryonic Corps.

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