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Western Reserve University
School of Medicine
Only Medical School in the City
First Avenue and Twenty-eighth Street
NEW YORK CITY
Admits only college degree students and seniors in absentia.
Excellent laboratories and facilities for research and advanced work.
Large clinical material. Sole medical control of Lakeside, City, Charity and Maternity Hospitals, and Babies Dispensary. Clinical Clerk Services and individual instruction.
Wide choice of hospital appointments for all graduates.
Fifth optional year leading to A. M. in Medicine.
Vacation courses facilitating transfer of advanced students.
Session opens September 29, 1921, closes June 15, 1922. Tuition, $200.00. For catalogue, information and application
For Information Address
477 FIRST AVENUE
NEW YORK, N. Y.
The Registrar 1353 E. 9th St., Cleveland
Johns Hopkins University Tulane University of
Medical School The Medical School is an Integral part of the University and is in clono Affiliation with the Johns Hopkins Hospital
ADMISSION Candidates for admission must be graduates of approved colleges or scientific schools with at least two year's instruction, including laboratory work, in Chemistry, and one year each in physics and biology, together with evidence of a reading knowledge of French and German,
Each class is limited to 90 students, men and women being admitted on the same terms. Except in unwual circumstances, applications for admission will not be considered after July 18h
If vacancies occur, students from other institutions desiring advanced standing may be admitted to the second or third year provided they fulfill all of our requirements and present excoptional qualifications.
INSTRUCTION The academic year begins the Tuesday nearest October 1 and closes the third Tuesday in June. The course of instructon, occupies four years and especial emphasis is laid upon praca tical work in the laboratories, in the wards of the Hospital and in the Dispensary.
TUITION The charge for tuition is $250 per annum, payable in three instalmente There are no extra fees except for rental of microscope, certain expensive supplies, and laboratory breakage.
The annual announcement and application blanks may be obtained by addressing the
Dean of the Johns Hopkins Medica School Washington and Monument Sts. BALTIMORE, M.D SUMMER WORK FOR GRADUATES
IN MEDICINE Beginning Tuesday, June 6th, and ending Thursday, July 16th, a course in medical diagnosis, including laboratory exercises in clinical pathology and demonstrations in pathological anatomy, will be offered. The course will be limited to twenty students, fee $100. Applications should be made to the Dean's Office.
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
(Established in 1834) ADMISSION: All students entering the Freshman
Class will be required to present credits for two years of college work, which must include Chemistry (General and Organic), Physics and Biology, with their laboratories, and at least one year in English and one year in a modern
foreign language. COMBINED COURSES: Premedical course of two
years is offered in the College of Arts and Sciences, which provides for systematic work leading to the B.S. degree at the end of the second year in the medical course.
School of Pharmacy, School of Dentistry and Graduate School of Medicine also. Women admitted to all Schools of the
College of Medicine
P. O. Box 770
Yale University SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
The Medical School of Leland Stanford Jr. University is an integral part of the University, and its Faculty controls the Lane and the Stanford University Hospitals, which together with the Lane Medical Library, are administered by the Trustees of the University. Admission Three years of University instruction, in
cluding English and Physics, Chemistry, and Biology with laboratory work in each, also a satisfactory reading knowledge of French or German, are required for admission to candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Medicine. Forthese special requirements see the Medical School Announce ment which may be obtained on applica
tion to the Dean of the Medical School. Instruction The work in Medicine begins the first of
October each year and closes about the middle of June. The first five quarters of the four years Medical instruction are given in the laboratories of the University at Palo Alto, California, the last seven quarters and the required inierne year, in the buildings of the Medical School in San Francisco. The degree of A.B. is granted upon completion of the first three quarters of the Medical curriculum; the degree of M. D. upon completion of the interne year. Students wishing to transfer from other institutions are advised to enter in the summer quarter, beginning the middle of June,
in order to make up deficiencies. Tuition The tuition fee is $50 per quarter for twelve
quarters, payable at ihe beginning of each
quarter. For information address THE DEAN of the Stanford University Medical School, 2398 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, California.
Affiliated with the New Haven Hospital
Reorganized on a full-time basis Entrance Requirements: A minimum
of two years (or its equivalent) of college including general biology, physics, general and organic chemistry, physical chemistry or laboratory physics, and either French or German. ALL OF THE GENERAL FACILITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY ARE AVAIL.
ABLE TO MEDICAL STUDENTS As the number admitted to each class is limited, applications must be made before June 15.
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woods Hole, Mass. INVESTIGATION Facilities for research in Zoology,
Embryology, Physiology, and BotEatir. Year
any. Eighty-four private laboratories, $100 each for not over three months. Thirty tables are available for beginners in research who desire to work under the direction of members of the staff. The fee
for such a table is $50.00. INSTRUCTION
Courses of laboratory instruction
with lectures are offered in InverteJuno 29 to August 9
brate Zoology, Protozoology, Em
bryology, Physiology and Morph1921
ology and Taxonomy of the Algae. Each course requires the full time of the student. Fee, $75. A lecture course on the Philosophical Aspects of Biology and Allied Sciences is
also offered. SUPPLY Animals and plants, preserved, liv
ing, and in embryonic stages. PreDEPARTMENT served material of all types of
animals and of Algae, Fungi, Liver. Open the Entire Yoar worts and Mosses furnished for
classwork, or for the museum. Lir. ing material furnished in season as ordered Microscopic slides in Zoology, Botany, Histology, Bacteriology. Price lists of Zoological and Botanical material and Microscopic Slides sent on application. State which is desired. For price lists and all information regarding
material, address GEO. M. GRAY, Curator, Woods Hole, Mass. The annual announcement will be sent on application to The Director, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass.
New type double walled Thelco Oven
Automatically controlled. Moderately priced so that no Laboratory need be without one.
Write for Descriptive Literature
Manufactured by The Thermo Electric Instrument Co. 8 Johnson Street NEWARK, N. J.
CADMIUM STANDARD CELLS
Por use with potentiometert, electrometers, and ballistic galvaaometers, or wberever else a precision standard of electromotive force lo needed.
Negligible Temperature Coefficient.
Highly Constant E. M. F.
Mounted in moulded box, or unmounted.
On November 13, 1916, three normal cadmium cells made by me were certified by the Bureau of Standards as differing from their group of reference cells by less than one part in one hundred thousaad, ad three having the same value.
On March 30 1930, after the lapse of three years and four months the same three cells were again compared by the Bureau of Standards The maximuta difference among the three was less than one part per hundred thousand,
and the mazimum difference from their oertided value of 1916, was less than one part per hundred thousand.
In other words, these cello showed. • degree of constancy to all intento equal to that considered most highly satisfactory, if not remarkable, in the very best type of precision resistance standarde. (see Bul. Bur. of Stand. Vol. 5, No. 3. D. 437.)
The cells in question were in nowise special. They were made of the materials regularly prepared by me, and were set up with no greater care than that constantly employed in the malding of my stan. dards.
NEWPORT, R. I.
No Laboratory Equipment is complete without some variable resistances. To maintain the high standard of your outfit we suggest the addition of some
“ Becbro” Sliding Contact Rheostats
(Tubular and Stone Typos)
Thousands of these rheostats have been manufactured and sold by us (the original American Yaoufacturers) to most all Universities, Collegeo, Tochnical Schools and Industrial Concerns and have alwayı given entire satisfaction.
Write for Bulletin C-5
BECK BROS. 3640-42 North Second Street
Whenever in lecture-room or laboratory practice, really high vacuum is required, we recommend the Condensation Pump developed by Dr. Irving Langmuir of the General Electric Companybelieving it to be superior to any other as yet obtainable.
The Langmuir Pump operates with surprising rapidity, and there seems to be no practical limit to the degree of exhaustion that can be produced.
Some form of auxiliary pump must be used; and for that purpose we offer a special G. E. two-stage oil-sealed mechanical pump, which
is capable of producing a vacuum of 0.001 mm. when used alone.
The picture shows a complete outfit comprising Langmuir Condensation Pump, two-stage auxiliary pump and 72 H.P. motor—all mounted together on one base. Write for descriptive bulletin S-965
JAMES G. BIDDLE 1211-13 Arch St. Philadelphia