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Louis Granich
Regents' Proceedings 643

The Regents of the University of Michigan extend their deepest sympathy to the family of Dr. Louis Granich, Associate Professor of Psychology, whose death took place on January 4, 1950, as the result of an automobile accident.

Dr. Granich, a highly valued member of his department, came to this University in 1947 after having done useful work in the psychological services of the New York City public school system and, during the war, for the United States Army, as chief of pre-induction classification at the Newark, New Jersey, induction station and as chief clinical psychologist for the England General Hospital at Atlantic City. A graduate of the College of the City of New York, he received from Columbia University the degrees M.A. and Ph.D.

The accident, which claimed his life at the age of forty years has brought sadness to Professor Granich's many friends and has prematurely terminated a most promising career of teaching and research in the field of clinical psychology.