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October 21, 1891 - Image 1

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VOL. lI.-No. 19.


Dr. George Dock, Professor of The-
ory and Practice.
The history of the chair of Theory{
and Practice in the medical depart-
ment of the University, is of a
somewhat checkered character.
More than the ordinary number of
changes have beeis made in connec-
tion with this chair during late years
and as a result a feeling of uncer-
tainty and unsettledness has pre-
vailed among the medical students,
rearding this special field of work.

he carried out investigations with
reference to this disease. Observa-
tions were also made on the etiology
and pathology of dysentery and
tropical abscess of the liver. Two
cases of sporadic leprosy, hitherto
unknown in Texas, were reported by
him, and articles on various subjects
have been contributed to medical
Tennis Tournament To-day.
The Annual Fall Tournament wilyi

1i. ' 11 1-% begin this afternoon at 4 o'clock, if
This feeling has without doubt been the weather and condition of the
dissipated by the accession of Dr.
Dock to this professorship. A young courts will permit. The drawings
mar mmade last night resulted as follows:
anwith marked scientific attain- Sige:CasI-Prlmny
ments, a splendid record for original Singles: Class I. -- Preliminary
research and ability in medical lines, round, (), Brown vs. Elting, (a),
Smith vs. Stone. First round, win-
has taken up tile reins and is bound nro z s inro z.Sa
to do work which shall be satisfacto- ncr of (s) vs. winner of (a). Shaw
vs. Slocum.
ry and redound to the credit of the
. Singe:CasI.Frtrud
institution. The doctor was born in oles ClsstFrsterund
Hopewell, Bedford county, Penna. Bulkiey vs. Gilchrist, Lester vs.
His early Dodge, Garnett vs. Simmers, Pit-
thseayedatn was gained in mnv.Sya.
the common schools of -that place, mars vs. S:yda.m a
and later in Harrisburg academy. DoubeSha n'rmnary.rod
He entered the medical depart- (s), Shaw and Brown vs. Dodge
ment of the University of Pennsyl- and Brown. First round: winner of
(x) vs. Stone and McKenzie, Slocum
vania in 2881, and graduated with
honors in '84. He now became an and Smith vs. Cooley and Elting.
interne in St. Mary's hospital, Phil- The prizes are as follovs: Singles,
adelphia, which appointment was Class I.-First prize, gold medal;
gained bya competitive examination. second price, pipe, presented by
After a year spent in this work, he Burl cig&Jolly.
went to Germany, and for two years presassII .-First prize, iaip shade,
was connected with the great Uni- presented by Deas & Co.; second
versities of Berlin, Leipsig, Frank- prize, book, presented by George
fort and Vienna. Five years were
spent in a close and scientific study Fr p
of pathology, internal medicine, and Sloeum special racket, presented re-
various special branches, hearing on spectively by "Two Sams" and A.
medicalsdiagnosis, such as tsethroat, G. Spaulding & Bros.; second prize,
razor and fountain pen, presented
skin, eye and ear. . . respectively by Calkins and Sileehan.
On returning to this country inrin d .
'87, he was appointed director of Homeopathic Junior Class Election.
the clinical laboratory of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, and physi- 'The meeting was called Friday
cian to the medical dispensary of afternoon at 4:30, in the hospital.
the University hospital. On the After a hard fight the meeting ad-
following year, he received a call to journed until Saturday at 4 o'clock.
the chair of Pathology in the Texas At that hour the fight was continued
medical college, locatedat Galveston. and finally resulted as follows:
He was at the same time pathologist President, O. Ramsdell.
to the Loly hospital and St. Mary's Vice president, Miss Mabel Dixy.
infirmary, and physician to the Secretary and treasurer, Miss Nei-
former. While in Galveston, Prof- burg.
essor Dock made post of the original The total receipts of the Yale glee
investigations and discoyeries which club the last year were $ 9,t60.98.
have sine given hip Areputation The expe ditures amounted to $r4,-
amo -g the scientiic me of the 253.47; $2,573.43 was given the
coun ry, and a place m their midst. crew, leaving a balance of $;,343,8
While herg, in the home of malaria, in the treas ry.

McMillan Has. (OF YOUR - -
At the synod of the Michigan (YUUR SOCIEIY BADGE
Presbyterians, Dr. Radcliffe, of De- WIL BE
troit, made the report on the Tappan
Maldto You -
Presbyterian Association. The fol Through Your
lowing are extracts: NEW
"McMillan Hall, which was in(HAPT BI
process of erection at the time of - -
our last report, has been completed Upon
by the generous donor at a cost of PRICE - APPLICATION.
about $20,ooo. We hope to cois-
plete the furnishing of the roomss 1'VR IG~lJ, Ku '& t9& 0
and arrangement of the library in a I LIST
few weeks, when we will be ready for asndeJeers soc Fiet vadis
larger better work. The reading DETROIT, - - MICH.
room in Sackett Hall was furnished
with religious newspapers and mag-
azines, and is kept open upon Sat-
urdays and Sabbaths through the
gratuitous service of the Young Peo-
ples' Association in the Presbyte-
rian church of Ann Arbor. Our
work for the coming year will in- H Et
lude: First, the general use of Mc-
Millan Hall-we expect to open it When youwanttheaLatestMetropolitan Styles
day and evening during the term in-Shoes at We to $1 a pair less than Ann Arbor
time and invite its use. There will prices, send Joe Catalogie to
be social evenings occasionally, un- R. H. FYFE & G.
der the auspices of the Young Peo-
ple's association of the Presbyterian DETITMICIt
church of Ann Arbor. The library,
consisting of several thousand vol- jChap. pelJer S .
umes, will be available not only to II University Outfitters,
the students but to any of our min- 204 SoUTH STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.
isters for consultation. The gym-
nasium will not be completed until Neckwear,
later. Second, the training course DGloves,
--This will be continued as usual


during the second semester upon the
general line already announced, viz.,
the English Iible, church history
and applied Christianity. Third,
the securing of endowments-For
assumed and effective work we should
have for the Presbyterian elector-
ship, $15,ooo; training course, $5,-
ooo; general expenses, $T0,ooo. We
hope within the year to have the
work upon a substantial fininancial
basis, so we can attempt with cour-
age and success the increasing work
at the University. There are this
year over 2,6oo students in attend-
auce, of whom fully Soo are of Pres-
byterian afliliation and training.''
Qur Gym. instru tor Gone.
b-r since the University opened this
fall, has left town. He wgs brought
}ere with the expectation of taking
charge of the gymnasium work.

Englsh Mackintoshes,
Athletic and
. . . Gymnasium Goods,
By Buying your
of us while we are here.
X4 Moorve St, Cicago.
p . $tate St., An Arbor.

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