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John Wesley Sherrick
The Michigan Alumnus 173-185

John Wesley Sherrick, who has been ap
pointed Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and 
Gynecology in the Medical School, has been 
connected with the University of Michigan
 since 1912, as demonstrator of anatomy, as in
terne and instructor.

Dr. Sherrick served 22 
months with the British Expeditionary Forces 
in France, where he held successively commis
sions as First lieutenant and captain of the
 Medical Corps of the U. S. Army. He was
 wounded March 28, 1918. Dr. Sherrick was 
also awarded a special citation and Military 

He has published a report of a "Case
 of Paraplegia Dolorosa and Aplastic Anemh,"
 and the "Effect of Potassium Iodide in the 
Luetin Reaction."