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Jim Richards With Homemade Rocket, July 1960

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Ann Arbor News, July 27, 1960
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BUILDS ROCKET MOTOR: Jim Richards, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie R. Richards of 2482 Carpenter Rd., Pittsfield township, inspects a 14 and 3/4 pound, 7,200 pounds minimum thrust rocket motor which has taken him five years to build. Jim, who built a 48 inch, 4 pound satellite during is senior year at Ann Arbor High School, said his rocket motor will push a rocket 150 times its own weight. He plans to start work on a rocket for the motor in the near future.

Michigan Week Mysteries

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10
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May
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1962
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Parke Davis Scientists Who Developed A New Anti-Malaria Drug, November 1962

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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1962
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DEVELOP ANTI-MALARIA DRUG: These four persons played important roles in developing a new anti-malaria drug at Parke, Davis & Company's Ann Arbor Research Laboratories. They are (left to right) Dr. Paul E. Thompson, laboratory director in parasitology; Dr. E. F. Elslager, laboratory director in organic chemistry; Donald F. Worth, associate research chemist, and Miss Bronislawa Olszewski, assistant research biologist. All are co-authors of a paper which announces the new experimental drug.

Drug Research To Save Lives

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9
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January
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1972
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First anti-virus drug a breakthrough

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25
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October
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1978
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Dr. James French & Albert Ryder Examine A Chemical Model Of Vira-A In A Parke Davis Laboratory, January 1979

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Ann Arbor News, January 2, 1979
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Dr. James French (right) of Ann Arbor, who synthesized the first drug effective against death-dealing herpes encephalitis at the local Parke-Davis laboratories, shows a chemistry model of the drug to Albert Ryder of Detroit, the firm's research planning administrator. Ryder, an organic chemist, made it all possible by isolating the virus-killing substance from soil samples. (News photo by Cecil Lockard)