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Harry F. Dowling, MACP

Harry F. Dowling, MACP, an infectious disease specialist, died Dec. 19, 2000. Dr. Dowling lived in Cockeysville, Md., and was 96 years old.

Born in 1904, Dr. Dowling graduated from the George Washington University School of Medicine in 1931. He was clinical professor of medicine there from 1940 to 1950, and became head of the department of medicine at the University of Illinois from 1951 to 1969. His research interests included work with serums, sulfonamides and antibiotics.

Dr. Dowling was awarded Mastership in the College in 1972.

Howard L. Horns, FACP

Howard L. Horns, FACP, a former Governor for the Minnesota Chapter, died Jan. 10, 2001. A longtime resident of Minneapolis, Dr. Horns was 88.

Born in North Dakota in 1912, Dr. Horns came to Minneapolis after high school to work during the Depression. He graduated in 1944 from the University of Minnesota Medical School, where he later joined the faculty and became associate dean. In the mid-1950s, he left the university to become one of the first physicians to work at the then-named Nicollet Clinic.

Governor for the Minnesota Chapter from 1971 to 1975, Dr. Horns received the Chapter's Laureate Award in 1987.


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