University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Harry George Drickamer November 19, — May 6, , born Harold George Weidenthal, was a pioneer experimentalist in high-pressure studies of condensed matter. After graduating early from public schools in East Cleveland, he played minor league professional baseball in the Cleveland Indians farm system, then entered Vanderbilt University on a football scholarship. He soon transferred to Indiana University and then to the University of Michigan , where he received a B. After his fellow students played a prank by forging his name on a sign-up sheet for the Ph.
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Harry George Drickamer
Foundations of Animal Behavior