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" I FEEL MUCH BETTER," writes Mr. S. K. Russell in a postscript to the accompanying article. Russell was educated at (1) St. Patrick's Elementary School, Wigan; (2) Wigan Grammar School; (3) St. Mary's College Strawberry Hill, London.

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