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    Duke Hospitai,, InthrCom
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DUKE’S MARKLE SCHOLARS, pictured here, bring special honor to Duke, the Univer
sity’s being the only one in the country to have six men to receive the coveted grant. Dr.
Seymour Korkes, seated center, is also a Markle scholar, having received the award while
on the New York University medical staff. Seated, left to right, they are: Dr. William G.
Anlyan, Dr. Korkes, Dr. Ivan Brown. Standing, left to right, Dr. Wayland E. Hull, Dr.
Samuel P. Martin, Dr. George Schwert, and Dr. William deMaria. (Photo by Weisend.)
Orchids to j\Irs. Perry Whitlock of
(’oviiigtoii, Va., who has made still
another generous donation to the
Auxiliary. Mrs. Whitlock made it
possible for us to have an emergency
fund, with her donation of $100 last
year. Then, she presented a very
fine folding wheel chair to the Auxil
iary, which lends it to patients who
need it. Recently, she sent us eight
dozen dish cloths to be sold. Proceeds
will go into the emergency fund,
which has been named the Whitlock
Emergency Fund. Mrs. Whitlock’s
donation has enabled the Auxil
iary to feed the destitute mother of
a chronically ill patient for a whole
month, to provide a special diabetic
diet for three days to another patient,
and to give shoes and clothing to a
needy child. Sincere thanks to I\Irs.
Whitlock for making it possible for
tJie Auxiliary to give such wonderful
service. We expect this fund to grow
through other generous givers.
To Dr. (,’larence Davis, on his new
post as ])rofessor and chairman of the
Department of Obstetrics and Gyne
cology at the University of Missouri
^ledical School. We’re all going to
miss the Davises when they take off
for ('ohimbia. Dr. Davis leaves a
place hard to fill and Bea has been
the cracker jack membership chairman
of the Auxiliary for over a year with
splendid results. Daughter Susan al
so has helped on the Slioj) (’art dur
ing school vacation.
To 2'] senior Girl Scouts, who
brighten up the nos])ital lobby on
Sunday morning by heljjing at the
coffee counter. The girls, whose serv
ice at a hard-to-fill time is most ap
preciated, are: Arnette Johnson, Kay
Penny, Jane Darnell, Margo llegen,
Elizabc'th Jordan, liattle Rankin,
Harriett Pickett, Beverly Mann, Bet
sy Lyon, Elizabeth King, Joanna Hol
loway, Min-iel Heiulrix, Elinor Lind
say, AVilla Conant, Eleanor Cowan,
Betty Ann Kaper, Barbara Bowman,
Aim Maxwell, Alma Thompson, Nan-
c.y ]\IcLain, Jean (Jerard, Betty
Barden and Peggy Brooks.
To Duke Hospital, bouquets from
iMrs. Spears 1 licks, who wrote to ex
press her a]>preciation for the “ex
cellent attention I received while a
I)atient recently.” ]\lr.s. Ilicks, who
singled out for [)raise everyone who
attendc'd her, considers that .she had
“the best ])ossible medical and nurs
ing attention” and sums U|) liei- grati
tude by saying “1 never felt just a
number or a case. Always 1 was
addressed by luime, and always any
thing the Staff could do to make me
more comfortable was done in the
most pleasant manner.”
Markle Award Puls
Duke Firsl
Duke became the only University in
the country to have six men receive
the coveted John and J\lary R. ^Markle
grant last month, with the ai)point-
ment of Dr. Wayland E. Hull, as
sistant ])rofessor physiology and i)har-
maeology, -who was ])resented the
!}i:i(),()()0 award for l!)r>4.
Xow on the to]> ol' the honored list,
Duke has had six Markle scholars in
seven years ;ind also has a seventh in
Dr. Seymour Korkes, associate pro
fessor of biochemistry, who received
the award in 1951 while at New York
Ihiiversity.
Dr. Hull, a specialist in res])iratory
physiology and former chief of the
respiration section of the Air Force’s
Aero Aledical Laboratory, is one of
25 men throughout the United States
and {’anada honored with five year
awards.
The Markle j)rogram, begun in
1948, is aimeil at aiding promising
young scientists to improve them
selves as medical teachers and re
searchers. The grant will be paid,
$(),()()() annually for five years, to
Duke University, which will adminis
ter the funds.
Fornu'r recipients of the Markle
award whose work in both teaching
and research fields has made an
immeasurable contribution to Duke
University, are: Dr. William ().
Anlyan, assistant j)rofessor of sur
gery, I!);"):} winner; Dr. William de-
Maria, associate in pediatrics, 1!)')2;
Dr. Samuel P. JMartin, associate pro
fessor of medicine, l!)r)0; Dr. George
Schwert, associate professor of bio
chemistry, 194!) award winner; and
Dr. Ivan Brown, assistant professor
of surgery, whose 1948 grant from
the Markle Foundation was comjjlet-
(‘d in May of last year.
    

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