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Page 151 text:
HARRY W. BRAYTON, M. D.
Died March 6, I909
lt is with the utmost sorrow that we chronicle in
these columns the death of one of the well-beloved
professors of the College of Physicians and Surgeons.
His face had become familiar in our halls during the
last year, and we always counted him as one of our
number, for we know that he cherished a most loyal
heart toward our college. Since a wiser One than we
has seen fit to cut short the bright and hopeful career
of him who was just beginning to fulfill his aspira-
tions, it is not given us to judge the right and wrong,
however unfair it seems to us, that he should be sacri-
ficed so unexpectedly. The best that we are able to
do is to try to reconcile ourselves to the thought that
he has escaped the trials and tribulations of this world
and is now enjoying eternal peace and calm, and to
give our sincerest condolence to his family and pay
due tribute to his memory.
Page 150 text:
Glullrge nf lghgairimw aah Sfurgrnna
Bun Zlfruuriarn, Llal.
wlD6feH5, the Almighty Father has seen fit to
remove from our midst our beloved classmate, Claire
Freiman, of the Senior Class of the College of Physi-
cians of San Francisco, we, her fellow-students, feel that
we have lost a good and faithful student, and a loyal
and true friend. For more than three years she was
closely associated with us in our work, sharing with us
our joys and our sorrows, and always ready with a
kind word to each and a smile for all. Her sudden
demise seemed so untimely, she was so full of energy
and high ambitions and when her work in the College
was almost at an end she was called to her Eternal
Home. But we know that the Father Who watches
over us all knows what is best, and we bow in sub-
'lR65Ol.VCb, that a copy of these resolutions be
sent to the sorrowing Mother and Brother, to whom
we extend our sincere sympathy, and that a copy be
spread upon the minutes of the Secretary's book of
the Student Body of the College of Physicians and
S. D. COOPER, President.
J. G. ANDERSON,
Sec'y Medical Student Body.
October 18, 1908
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" Favorite Expressions of Our Professors
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Dr. Agnew: "You know just that one litt e inch."
Dr. Boxton: "And the commercial name."
Dr. Burns: "That's a pazzazaf'
Dr. Berger: "Yes, sir."
Dr. Cafferata Csphinxj: "Speak to me only with thine
Dr. gollins: Qs that patient here today?"
Dr. aste: " hy! Why.
Dr. Cherry: "That'll do, noisy." .
Dr. Dow: "l'm awfully sore this morning."
Dr. Dukes: "Doing oolities is not as easy as it looks. You
know we do them at night."
Dr. Day-Bew: "Wilson, that's all."
Dr. Dannenhaum: "You are all wrong."
Dr. Eaton: iZGentlemen, you can take this for what it's
worth an try it.
Dr. Ekluncl: '4Come on, hoysg we will have a little quiz."
Dr. Etehevery: 4'That's all today."
Professor Flint: "Buy a Pharmaeopiaf'
Dr. Howard: "Not in the daytime."
Dr. Johnson: "When I lecture, you all sleep."
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Dr. Leithead: "That will do for today."
Dr. Makinson: "This is very important."
Dr. Morffewz "How many muscles in the body?,'
Dr. McDonald: "You're dead."
Dr. J. G. Null: "You must study or we won't hnish this
Dr. Nellie Null: "Sorry I couldn't get here last time."
Dr. Nelson: "Is that right? What's right?"
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