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April 17, 1934 - Image 6

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As Insull Left Turkish Court After Losing Appeal

University Medical Graduates
Granted Research Fellowships
During the period of June, 1922, to Dr. Howard B. Barker is in prac-
December, 1933, nine holders of Mich- tice in Pontiac; Dr. Walter C. Bauer
igan degrees in medicine have re- is Assistant Professor and Tutor in
ceived fellowships in medicine from Medicine and Director of the Bor-
the National Research Council, a
larger number of fellows than from bert M. Lovett Memorial Foundation
any other university except Harvard, at the Harvard Medical School, and
John Hopkins, Chicago, and McGill. also associate physician to the Mas-
Eight National Research Council sachusetts General Hospital.
Fellows, four of whom took their
degrees at Michigan, have chosen to Dr. Samuel W. Becker is Associate
do their fellowship work at the Uni- Professor of Dermatology at the Uni-
versity. A larger number have worked versity of Chicago; Dr. Noel F. Sham-
only at Harvard, Chicago, John Hop- baugh is Assistant Clinical Professor
kins, Columbia, and Yale, Pennsyl- of Medicine at the University of
vania having the same number. Southern California and is also in
Prominent among the Michigan practice; and Dr. Frank H. Wiley is
graduate fellows are Dr. Detlev W. Research Chemist in the Department
Bronk, professor of Biophysics and of Internal Medicine at Michigan.
Director of the Eldridge R. Johnson The graduates of other institutions
Foundation for Medical Physics at who took their fellowships at Michi
the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. gan are: Dr. Warren C. Hunter, As-
George M. Curtis, professor of Sur- sistant Professor of Pathology at the
gery and Surgical Research at Ohio University of Oregon, Dr. Matthew
State University, Dr. Earl B. McKin- C. Riddle, Clinical Associate in Med-.
ley, Dean of the George Washington icine at the University of Oregon, Dr.
University Medical School, and Dr. David Rioch, Assistant Professor of
Teunis Vergeer, Professor of Biology Anatomy at Harvard, and Julius
at Hope College. White, an active fellow.

This Associated Press picture shows Samuel Ins ult (left) as he left the Turkish court at Istpnbul
after losing his fight to appeal a decision for his extra lition.

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uckies are all-ways kind
to your throat

Luckies are always in all-ways kind to your throat.
For every Lucky is made of the choicest of ripe,
mellow Turkish and domestic tobaccos-cind only
the clean center leaves- they taste better.Then,"It's
toasted"-for throat protection. And every Lucky is

made so round, so firm, so fully packed-no loose
ends. That's -Why Luckies "keep in condition,"
-do not have that objectionable tendency to
dry out, an important point to every smoker,
Luckies are always in all-ways kind to your throat.
NT the top leaves-they're under-
developed-they are harshI,
o They taste better
NOT the bottom leaves-they're infedor
in auality-coarse and sandyl

Luckies are all-ways kind to your throat

Only the Center Leaves -these are the Mildest Leaves


Brawny Bulghing Brutes Becote Lithsome Lovely Lassies
in the 25tIh Union Opera


April 21th throttugh the 28th

Tickets Are On Sale at the Union Desk - Daily from I to 5

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