Medicine: Drug Man

Pharmacologists, pharmacists and plain drug store clerks came to attention last week when Sir Henry Hallett Dale, director of London's National Institute for Medical Research and English dean of his profession, reached Manhattan. He was escorted first to Baltimore, to earn a $1,000 stipend for delivering three memorial lectures, then to Rahway. N. J. to salute the opening of Merck & Co. Inc.'s new chemical research laboratory. Drug men were agog to see and hear him.

In Johns Hopkins' deep, steep Hurd Memorial amphitheatre Sir Henry talked on "Progress in Autopharmacology." Notable in...

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