HLC and EF 1915
Indiana in this Coun- vac- be- de in and to cooked ar- hav- at at a Seniors at Earlham College Going to Belgium to Join in Relief a EARL FOWLER. Two Earlham College seniors, who will e graduated this June, are expecting to go to Belgium about July 1 to participate HOWARD CAREY. movement wag Initiated by Rufus M. Jones, a prominent Friend and member of the faculty of Haverford College, Haverford, Pa Most of the monoy necfs n relief work with an ambulance corps, i sarv for the expenses of the party o be composed of college men from the I been raised hy Prof Jones, but the 'arlous Friends colleges of the United States. Two men from each college prob- pr ibly will compose the party The Bi larl- i*m men are Earl Fowler and Howard Carey, both of Falrmount, In*. The the party maj be called upon to pay part of their expenses It a not Known hew long the men will con-1 tinue in the work, probablv, however, until the end of the present European war.