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Medical School Lectures Begin Jan. 4

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The Faculty of Medicine offers a course of free public lectures to be given at the Medical School, Longwood avenue, Boston, on Sunday afternoons, beginning January 4 and ending May 10, 1914. There are nineteen of these lectures by as many different authorities on a wide variety of subjects dealing with the diseases, care and study of the human body. On January 4, the first lecture will be delivered by Dr. W. B. Cannon on "Recent studies of the bodily effects of fear and rage." No tickets are required for these lectures.

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