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Marcus Llewellyn Ward
The Michigan Alumnus 53

Marcus L. Ward, who comes to this 
University this year as Professor of 
Dental Physics and Chemistry, was 
born at Howell, Mich., August 5, 1875.

After receiving his early education in
 the Fenton Normal School, he taught 
for five years in the public schools. 
 He entered at the Universiy at the
 age of twenty-four, from which re
ceived the degree of DD.S. in 1902, 
and DD.Sc. in 1905.

Since leaving
 college he has been lecturer in the Dent
al Department of the University, and 
has practiced dentistry in Detroit and
 Ann Arbor.

He has written a large 
number of technical papers, read be
fore the various dental societies and 
published in dental journals. He is
 a member of the National Dental So
ciety, Chicago Odontographic Society, 
 the Illinois State Dental Society, and 
several other similar organizations.