John Torrence Tate, Professor of Physics in the University of Minnesota, died of a cerebral hemorrhage on May 27. An earlier attack in December, 1949, had kept him away from work for some time, but he had recovered to the point of working several hours daily, and he attended the Washington meeting of the American Physical Society, to the great pleasure of his fellow members.

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