Medicine: Mouse & Dog Man

Everywhere that Dr. Clarence Cook Little (Sc. D.) goes, there go his mice and Scotch terriers. They followed him from the assistant directorship of the Carnegie Institution station for Experimental Evolution at Washington (resigned 1922), from a research association at Harvard Medical School (resigned 1921 and again 1925), from the presidency of the University of Maine (resigned 1925), and from the presidency of the University of Michigan (resigned last spring). Last week the mice were at Bar Harbor, Me., in the Roscoe B. Jackson Memorial Laboratory for Cancer Research, of which Dr. Little...

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