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Dentistry Medical Alumni Conventions Set, Vice President Pettis resigns, Pettis US Congress, LLU receives chemical firm gift
Inside this issue:
- February, March Conventions Set For Dentistry, Medicine Alumni
- School of Dentistry Alumni, Students List Speakers
- SM Alumni Governing Board Comprises Many
- LLSH Announces Additions to Staff
- Vice President Pettis Resigns; A Candidate for US Congress?
- LLU Receives Gift From Chemical Firm
- No Political Expression . . .
- Wonderland . . . University?
- Red Cross Names Jacques to Board
- [ editor's mail bag ]
- [ Book Talk ]
- UCLA Professor To Address Sigma Xi Club at Campus
- Malaria Subject Of Speech Here
- Three SM Alumni to Head Medical Staff at Glendale
- Tax Deductions Valid for Some Research, Publication Expenses
- KEMR Radio (schedule)
- Dr. teGroen Named Hospital Director
- Medical Mission to Benefit From SM Auxiliary Program
- Chaplain's Assistant Accepts Mission Call
- 1964 Lectureship Series to Begin
- Friends Honor Departing Family
- Employee Credit Union Returns High Dividend
- Medical Record Stands Out as One of Two Approved in State
- Midgley to Show 'Chucklelogue'
- LACMA Officers Elected for 1964
- Notice Hour!
- La Sierra College Receives $63,800 Institute Grant
- This Week in History of LLU
- Babies Arrive
- School of Nursing Receives Grant for Graduate Program
- Colleagues Hear Speech Pathologist
- Summer Jobs Open In Europe for American Students
- SN Alumni Present Service Awards, Contact Members, Study Mission
- the wider scope
- Special Events Calendar
- Hospital Tour To Aid Study Of LLU's Medical Center
- [ Placement ]
- Foreign Students, Workers Must Report Now
- First Session Set For Reading Course
- Church Official Claims Smoking Ads Entice Boys
- Commission Offers 8-week Summer Work for Students
- San Jose SM Alumni Hear Of University's Development
- Grand Jury Visits LLU, Tours Campus
- Students Repair Mexican Church
- Campus Fellowship
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