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First Annual Graves Lectures. —
An annual lecture series honoring Dean Stuart Graves, director of admissions for medicine at the Medical College of Alabama, Birmingham, and dean of the school from 1928 to 1945, was initiated at the Jefferson-Hillman auditorium recently, sponsored by the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity. Dr. E. Thompson Bell, director since 1921, department of pathology, University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, was the speaker. Dr. Graves has been a national officer of the Nu Sigma Nu Fraternity for more than forty years.
Dr. Charles N. Sarlin, Tucson, read a paper on The Dissection of a Neurotic Personality before the Arizona Society of Psychiatry and Neurology February 28.
Foods Manufacturer Fined.—
A federal court jury February 20 found Adolphus Hohensee, lecturer on health and manufacturer of "Adolphus" brand foods and drugs, guilty on twenty-one of twenty-two counts charging misbranding of "health" products shipped in
Medical News. JAMA. 1948;136(14):940–942. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890310032014
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