Education: D. P. M.

As it must to all men, Death came to William Cullen Bryant ("Doc") Kemp, 78, A. B., A. M., M. D., LL, M., LL. B., Ph. D., C. E, E. E., Mech. E., E. M., Pharm. Chem., B. S., so-called "perpetual student" of Columbia University; in Manhattan last week. Dr. Kemp was a native of Janesville, Wis. When he was a lazy Columbia freshman, relatives promised him $2,500 for each year he remained at the University. He stayed 60 years. Always he mingled with undergraduates, went to proms, games, etc. Callow classmates gave...

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