Milestones, Dec. 1, 1975

Engaged. Andrew Jacobs Jr., 43, fifth-term congressman from Indiana and son of a former House member; and Martha Keys, 45, first-term congresswoman from Kansas.

Died. Dr. Detlev Bronk, 78, former president of both Johns Hopkins and Rockefeller Universities and founding father of American biophysics; after a brief illness; in Manhattan. An advocate of curriculum reform, in the early 1950s Bronk inaugurated the Hopkins Plan, under which qualified undergraduates were allowed to take courses at the university's graduate school. He transformed the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research into a university by adding a graduate...

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