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"Marla K. Roberson" <[log in to unmask]>
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Marla K. Roberson
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Wed, 9 Jun 1999 14:59:43 -0500
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One of my friends sent me this.  Just in case anyone wants to contact Dr.
Daniels regarding medical folk songs...see below.

Marla Roberson
Children's Hospital of Oklahoma City
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(405)271-5699; (405)271-3017 (fax)
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> (From Sing Out! Magazine Vol. 43 #3)
>
> "Clark Daniels is looking for medical folk songs, parodies, mnemonic
> verses,
> that have been sung or recited over the years by medical students, such as
> "Red Cells in my Urine" and "On Old Olympia's Towering Top A Finn and
> German
> Viewed Some Hops" (a way of remembering the cranial nerves.)
>
> All material is welcome: propriety and political correctness are not an
> issue.  Include as much information about where and when they were sung,
> and
> names of authors if known.  Please contact Dr. Daniels directly at 822
> Santa
> Barbara Road, Berkeley, CA 94707; Email: [log in to unmask]
> <mailto:[log in to unmask]> ."
>

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