Medicine: Bacteriologists

President. The Society of American Bacteriologists at University of Rochester Medical School last week elected Alice Catherine Evans of Washington president. She did not attend the meetings, for she was bedridden in Washington with malta fever, contracted three years ago while experimenting with the germs. They cause an undulating fever, quite similar to typhoid or typhus fever. Goats usually are responsible for malta fever in humans. Professionally Miss Evans is a member of the U. S. Public Health Service at Washington.

Immunity. Dr. Malcolm Herman Soule of the University of Michigan presented a theory...

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