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Deaths

Deaths fallen to There are women students and 68,827. 7,474 12,000 Marriages students of German (including extraction) among foreigners technical which before the war the number. The schools, attendance of and for the winter semester Lieut. had an 12,000, Grover Cleveland Wilson, Commander, U. S. Navy, to Miss Eleanor Adelle Freeman of . Y., of Plattsburg, 1923-1924 of 27,000, have now 23,507 students 400 enrolled, June are whom women. Miss Martha Morgan Gilmore Carpenter, Elgin, 111., to students of or Protestant There are 2,048 evangelical Elizabeth of 22. Kelley Marengo, June 4,370) ; 1,755 students of Catholic theology (in 1914, theology Robert E. Miss Lucille both of to Howorth, Jameson of law (2,050) 17,769 students (9,840) medicine, 9,263 ; ; at Denver. Davenport, Iowa, June 30, and (16,048); dentistry, 1,275 (976); philosophy philology, Clarence Millicent Prentice New Orleans, to Miss May, of 9,911 ; mathematics and natural 8,127 Halsey Germantown, Pa., June (14,000) sciences, Cleveland to Miss Mildred and James White, Philadelphia, 1,553 (1,100) political (8,132) ; pharmacy, ; economy M. of 6. Daly Lincoln, Neb., June 16,230 (3,836); forestry, (200). political sciences, Theron G. St. to Miss Sadie L. Yeomans, Joseph, Mich., The fact that the medical is overcrowded http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Deaths

JAMA , Volume 85 (3) – Jul 18, 1925

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1925 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1925.02670030052027
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Abstract

fallen to There are women students and 68,827. 7,474 12,000 Marriages students of German (including extraction) among foreigners technical which before the war the number. The schools, attendance of and for the winter semester Lieut. had an 12,000, Grover Cleveland Wilson, Commander, U. S. Navy, to Miss Eleanor Adelle Freeman of . Y., of Plattsburg, 1923-1924 of 27,000, have now 23,507 students 400 enrolled, June are whom women. Miss Martha Morgan Gilmore Carpenter, Elgin, 111., to students of or Protestant There are 2,048 evangelical Elizabeth of 22. Kelley Marengo, June 4,370) ; 1,755 students of Catholic theology (in 1914, theology Robert E. Miss Lucille both of to Howorth, Jameson of law (2,050) 17,769 students (9,840) medicine, 9,263 ; ; at Denver. Davenport, Iowa, June 30, and (16,048); dentistry, 1,275 (976); philosophy philology, Clarence Millicent Prentice New Orleans, to Miss May, of 9,911 ; mathematics and natural 8,127 Halsey Germantown, Pa., June (14,000) sciences, Cleveland to Miss Mildred and James White, Philadelphia, 1,553 (1,100) political (8,132) ; pharmacy, ; economy M. of 6. Daly Lincoln, Neb., June 16,230 (3,836); forestry, (200). political sciences, Theron G. St. to Miss Sadie L. Yeomans, Joseph, Mich., The fact that the medical is overcrowded

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Published: Jul 18, 1925

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