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July 18, 1931

BUENOS AIRES

JAMA. 1931;97(3):194. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730030044024

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Abstract

University News  The three schools (medicine, law and general sciences) which constitute the University of Buenos Aires were temporarily closed on account of the state of affairs caused by the enactment of a law by which the students lose the privilege of intervening in the appointment of the dean and the counselors of the faculties. The faculty of medicine called an election of authorities in order to reopen the school, June 1. The following were elected: Drs. C. Bonorino Udaondo, dean; B. A. Houssay, vice dean, and M. R. Castex, R. Sarmiento Laspiur, R. Bullrich, D. Greenway, J. Cabanne, J. Rumi, N. Donovan, J. C. Ahumada, A. Cabrini and M. Ruiz Moreno, regular professors. Drs. A. Peralta Ramos and R. Argañaraz were elected delegates to the superior council. According to the regulation now in force, students did not intervene in these elections. They have heretofore appointed four counselors, who must

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