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Todd Will Speak in Brackett Lectures at Dental School

"Record of Metabolism Imprinted on Skeleton" Is subject


Wingate Todd, professor of Anatomy at Western Reserve University, will speak at the Medical School in Building C at 5 o'clock today. His subject will be "The Record of Metabolism Imprinted on The Skeleton."

He will speak in the annual Charles Albert Brackett lecture of the Dental School, established in monitory of the man who was for fifty years a faculty member and benefactor of the school from which he graduated in 1873.

Dr. Todd has been professor of anatomy at Western Reserve since 1913. Last year Earnest A. Hooton, professor of Anthropology, was the speaker.

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