Le Roy Long ® Oklahoma City; Louisville (Ky.) Medical
College, 1893; member of the House of Delegates of the American Medical Association, 1903, 1904 and 1920; demonstrator of
genito-urinary diseases at his alma mater, 1894-1895; dean and
professor of surgery, University of Oklahoma School of Medicine, 1915-1931; past president of the Oklahoma State Medical
Association and the Oklahoma County Medical Society; member
of the Western Surgical Association and of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma; fellow of the American
College of Surgeons; member of the state board of medical
examiners from 1911 to 1915; served during the World War;
surgeon, St. Anthony's Hospital; aged 71; died, October 27.
Walter Edward List, Cincinnati; Medical College of Ohio,
Cincinnati, 1907; member of the Ohio State Medical Association ; superintendent of the Jewish Hospital; formerly superintendent of the Minneapolis General Hospital; trustee of the
American Hospital Association from 1935 to 1937; on the editorial board of Hospitals, the Journal of the American Hospital
Association; fellow of the American College of Hospital Administrators ; aged 54; died, October 26, of coronary occlusion.
Frederick Woltmann, Kampsville, 111.; Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital, Chicago, 1903; College of Physicians
and Surgeons of Chicago, School of Medicine of the University
of Illinois, 1905; member of the Illinois State Medical Society;
served during the World War; aged 64; died, October 7, in
the Veterans Administration Facility, Jefferson Barracks, Mo.,
of melanotic sarcoma.
Edwin Minor Huston ® Dayton, Ohio; Medical College
of Ohio, Cincinnati, 1896; past president of the Ohio State
Medical Association and the Montgomery County Medical
Society; formerly member of the board of education; for many
years on the staff of the Miami Valley Hospital; aged 75; died,
October 22, in Malone, N. Y., of carcinoma of the stomach.
George Washington Strickland, Roselle, N. J.; Long
Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, 1895; member of the Medical
Society of New Jersey; formerly member of the school board;
aged 75; for many years on the staff of St. Elizabeth Hospital
and Elizabeth General Hospital, Elizabeth, where he died, October 2, of cerebral hemorrhage and myocarditis.
Isadore Bernard Rothstein 9 Newark, N. J.; University
and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York, 1923; member of the American Academy of Pediatrics; aged 40; on the
staff of the Irvington (N. J.) General Hospital, Babies' Hospital-
Coit Memorial and the Newark Beth Israel Hospital, where he
died, October 22, of malignant nephrosclerosis.
Louis Charles Deane • San Francisco; Cooper Medical
College, San Francisco, 1891; member of the Pacific Coast Oto-
Ophthalmological Society; for many years visiting surgeon to
the Stanford University Hospital; on the staff of the Mount
Zion Hospital from 1912 to 1926; aged 69; died, October 17, of
coronary occlusion and chronic myocarditis.
Frederick William Bailey, Manhasset, N. Y.; State University of Iowa College of Medicine, Iowa City, 1905; member
of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology ; fellow of the American College of Surgeons; formerly
on the staffs of St. Luke's and Mercy hospitals, Cedar Rapids,
Iowa; aged 62; died, October 11.
Harry Clay Sharp, Lyons, N. J.; University of Louisville
(Ky.) Medical Department, 1893; in 1909 delegate of the American Medical Association; served during the World War; at one
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of Nova Scotia and member of the department of m
national health; formerly port physician of Halifav ■
died, September 25.
William John Bierer, Kittannir.g, Pa.; Western P
vania Medical College, Pittsburgh, 1897; member of the
Society of the State of Pennsylvania ; past president of th
strong County Medical Society; county medical directed
many years a member of the school board- a°w1 r>7.
James Lawrence Thompson, Columbia, S. C •
College of the State of South Carolina, Charleston 1880.
ber of the South Carolina Medical Association and the
ican Psychiatric Association; on the staff of the South (
State Hospital; aged 86; died, September 24, of arterios
William Bruce Almon, Halifax, N. S., Canada- Hal
Medical College, 1899; associate professor of obstetrics
at his alma mater, now the Dalhousie University Fac
Medicine; formerly visiting physician, Infectious Disease
pital; at one time health officer; aged 65; died, Sentem
Albert Alton Getman ® Syracuse, N. Y.; New York
eopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, New York j
fellow of the American College of Physicians; on the staff
the General Hospital; aged 52; died, October 28, in the S
Memorial Hospital, Rochester, of cerebral arteriosclerosi
Albert Clark Benedict, Yonkers, N. Y.; College of Phr
cians and Surgeons, medical department of Columbia Coll
New York, 1871; member of the Medical Society of the
of New York; for many years police surgeon; formerly on I
staff of St. Joseph's Hospital; aged 96; died, October 2!
George Andrew Sarchet, Mobridge, S. D.; State Univer
of Iowa College of Homeopathic Medicine, Iowa City,
member of the South Dakota State Medical Association;
during the World War; on the staff of the Mobridge
aged 66; died, September 21, of carcinoma of the larynx.
Walter Redmon Pinnell, Mount Sterling, Ky.; Uni
of Louisville (Ky.) Medical Department, 1907; member i
Kentucky State Medical Association ; past president of the M«
gomery County Medical Society; aged 54; died, October
the Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexington, of nephritis.
Bruno Joseph Sawicki, Detroit; Toledo Medical
1913; Detroit College of Medicine and Surgery, 1917;
of the Michigan State Medical Society; served during tl
War; aged 51; died, October 11, in the Mercy Hospita
City, of injuries received in an automobile accident.
Simon Gunerus Gill, New Orleans; University of 1
Medical Department, New Orleans, 1878; at one time a
cist; formerly quarantine inspector for the state board (
at Port Eads, La.; aged 95; died, October 23, of n
papilloma of the bladder and chronic myocarditis.
Francois X. L. de Martigny, Montreal, Que., C
School of Medicine and Surgery of Montreal, Faculty
cine of the University of Laval at Montreal, 1893; s
the World War; formerly on the staff of the Hopital
Jeanne d'Arc; aged 68; died, September 28.
Henry Bettis Malone, Chester, S. C; North C
Medical College, Charlotte, 1909; member of the Soutl
lina Medical Association; served during the Wor
chairman of the county board of health; aged 65;
ber 8, of bronchiectasis and heart disease.
Donald Wallace Skeel ® Los Angeles; I
Southern California College of Medicine, Los Aug'
medical director of the Occidental Life Insurant
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