Milestones, Mar. 22, 1971

Died. Whitney M. Young, 49, executive director of the National Urban League (see THE NATION).

Died. Dr. Barry Wood, 60, onetime grid star and noted bacteriologist; of a heart attack; in Boston. Wood was one of the first to publish a paper on penicillin. Later he led in research on the mechanism by which white blood cells fight invading organisms. Wood was named vice president of Johns Hopkins University and hospital in 1955, heading its department of microbiology from 1959 until his death. He was to have received the Kober award, the Association of American Physicians' highest tribute, in May.

Died. Philo Taylor...

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