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Professor Huber, of Public Health School, Dies Tuesday

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Edward G. Huber, professor of Public Health Practice and Associate. Dean of the School of Public Health, died suddenly Tuesday morning in his Boston office. He was 64 years old.

A member of the University faculty since 1935, Professor Huber introduced instruction and research in the newer branches of public health into the University and helped establish the Harvard Public Health Alumni Bulletin. He was a colonel in the first world war.

Surviving are his wife and daughter. Funeral services will be held in Memorial Church today. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery, Washington, D. C.

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