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University of Tennessee.

OFFICERS OF THE INSTITUTION. CHARLES W. DABNEY, Ph.D., LL.D., President of the University.

PAUL F. EVE, M.D., Dean of the Faculty.

FACULTY.
PAUL F. EVE, M.D.,

K. T. MOCONNICO, M.D.,
Profossor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery.

Professor of Medical Jurisprudence. J. BUNYAN STEPHENS, M.D.

PERRY BROMBERG, M.D., Emoritus Professor of Obstetrics and Clin-Assistant to Chair of Surgery and Leoical Midwifery.

turer on Minor Surgery. W. E. McCAMPBELL, A.M., M.D.,

R. L. JONES, M.D... Professor of Theory and Practice of Medi- Lecturer on Bacteriology and Microscopy. cine and Clincial Medicine.

W. B. LEE, M.D.,
HILLIARD WOOD, M.D.,
Professor of Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Assistant to Chair of Diseases of Eyo, Bar,

Nose and Throat.
Nose and Throat.

W. R. SIFFORD, M.D.,
W. C. BILBRO, M.D.,

Lecturer on Rectal Diseases.
Professor of Materia Medica and Thera-
peutics.

R. L. HAYES, M.D.,

Assistant to the Chair of Obstetrios.
JAMES S. WARD, A.B., M.D.,
Professor of Medical Chemistry and

W. E. HIBBETT, M.D.,
State Medicine.

Assistant to Chair of Materia-Medics and

Therapeutics.
WILLIAM D. SUMPTER, M.D.,
Prof.of General, Descriptive, and Surgical

ROBERT CALDWELL, M.D.,
Anatomy.

Assistant to Chair of Chemistry.
R. 0. TUCKER, M.D..

DIRECTORS OF LABORATORIES. Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Mid- JAMES S. WARD, A.B., M.D., wifery.

Laboratory Medical Chemistry.
PERRY BROMBERG, M.D.,

PERRY BROMBERG, M.D., Professor of Physiology and General His- Laboratory Operative Surgery. tology,

R. L. JONES, M.D.,
WILLIAM D. HAGGARD, M.D.,
Professor of Gynecology and Diseases of Laboratory Microscopy and Baoteriology.
Children.

DEMONSTRATORS OF ANATOMY.
JAMES W. HANDLY, M.D.,

L. D. FREEMAN, M.D.,
Professor of Genito-Urinary and Venereal

R. L. HOYSE, M.D.,
Diseases.

Assistant Demonstrator of Anatomy. COLLEGE BUILDINGS AND CLINIOS. The Faoulty have now completed and thoroughly equipped one of the bost and most approved buildings in the South, It occupies the same site as tho ono lost by fire Nov. 11, 1898, but takes in the whole lot, being 55 feet wide by 110 feet long, and four stories

high. Every modern means and apparatus will be at the command of the Faculty for teaching,

Clinical Lectures will be delivered at the City Hospital and at the Free College Dispensary, where a great variety of diseases not usually met with by the general prao. titioner will be brought before the class for treatment or operation.

Our Free College Clinic and Out-Door Service will enable us to offer at our Collogo Clinical Amphitheatre an abundance of practical observations to the students. and our college surgical work is probably surpassed by but few schools in the country,

Session of 1902-1903 begins Wednosday, Oct. 1, 1901. For particulars, or catalogue address

PAUL F. EVE, M.D., Dean, 614 Broad St., NAKHVILLI, TM

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