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    CAMBRIDGE.—The election of Prof. J. Barcroft to the chair of physiology did not come as a surprise to those who are acquainted with the Cambridge Physiological School. He was elected a fellow of King's in 1899, in which year he won the Walsingham medal; he has held several important physiological posts and was appointed reader in 1919.

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