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THE MICHIGA N DALY

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Prof. Nissle, Clinic Head,
Dies After Heart Attack

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Prof. Roland 0. Nissle of the
School of Dentistry died Sept. 7
at his home following a heart at-
tack at the age of 54.
Prof. Nissle graduated from the
school in 1929 and since that time
served continuously on the faculty.
He was head of patient admissions
and diagnosis at the University's
dental clinic and was assistant
director of the partial denture de-
partment.
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Prof. William R. Mann, associate
director of the W. K. Kellogg
Foundation Institute: Graduate
and Postgraduate Dentistry, said
of Prof. Nissle's contribution to the
University, "Dr. Nissle occupied a
key position in the School. He was
an extremely kind man, with a
genuine personal concern for pa-
tients and students alike. His loss
will be keenly felt-by the faculty,
the many students he counseled,
and the community."
Prof. Nissle was an instructor at
the University from 1929 to 1945,
assistant professor from 1945 to
1949, associate professor until
1955, and a full professor from
1955 until the time of his death.
Prof. Nissle was born in Ann
Arbor in 1904, and graduated from
Ann Arbor High School in 1923.
He maintained a private practice
from 1929 until 1951.
Prof. Kauper
Visits .Pol1and
Prof. Paul G. Kauper of the law
school was one of seven American
law professors selected to observe
a conference on legal rules in the
Socialist state held in Warsaw,
Poland..
The conference, sponsored by
the International Association of
Legal Science, was held during the
past week.
Prof. Kauper is the second Uni-
versity law instructor to visit a
communist-bloc country 'this year.
Dean E. Blythe Stason of the law
school also spent three weeks
studying legal education in Rus-
sian colleges this summer.

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