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Seven of seventeen Research Fellows whose appointments have been announced by the University come from Argentina, Germany, France, Scotland, and Belgium. All but one of these men will work in the sciences.

The complete list of appointees follows:

Johannes J. Poortman, of Watertown, Philosophy; Charles A. Knehr, of New York City, Educational Psychology; Thomas J. Bardzil, of Homestead, Pennsylvania, Street Traffic Research; Howard M. Graff, New Canaan, Connecticut, Street Traffic Research; Walter C. Langer, of Cambridge, Psychology; Enrique Savine, of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Epidemiology; Albert E. Rauh, of Cincinnati, Ohio, Anatomy; Paul B. Cassaday, of Alliance, Ohio, Medicine; Friedrich W. Klemperer, of Freiburg, Germany, Biological Chemistry; Georges J. P. Hornus, of Paris, France, Bacteriology; James G. M. Hamilton, Edinburgh, Scotland, Medicine; Francis J. C. Herrald, of Edinburgh, Scotland, Medicine; Michel Pijoan, of Boston, Medicine; David Weinman, of New York City, Comparative Pathology; Felix Douisch, of Boston, Psychiatry; Erick Homburger, of Karlsruhe, Baden, Germany, Psychology; and Georges E. P. Coppee, of Liege, Belgium, Physiology.

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