4. Â«.-- A national of active (D- service in not B. not reducing DoIpH Joins McFalllnLaw Wilbert E. Dbiph Jr., 28, a graduate of the University of Arizona law school, Is now associated with 1 Atty. Clifford JR. McFall in the Valley National bank building. Dolph has been a resident of Tucson since 1931. He attended Tucson grammar and high schools and Ztirnrn Saffjj Cttlrrn 11 Â· Widnndiy Evtnlni, Apr. 4,1151 Stick Injury Victim Appears To Feel Good Â· HOUSTON, Apr. 4. C/P)--Hospital;, attendants say 7-year-old Wayne,: Gideon apparently is feeling pretty, good. ' . Â· ' Four .more Injections of anti- hemophiliac globulin were given:: spent four years* In 1 the marine | t j, e boy yesterday. The-lad' ilio':, corps, returning to .the university recelved the 34th and 35 th pints of. here in 1946. He was admitted to the practice of law in 1949 and served as assist- ant.to the Tucson city attorney and' as assistant attorney general of Arizona. Dolph Is married to the former Loulee Oerting, Pensacola, Fla. They have two sons, Wilbert E. m, and Kenneth Alan. blood given him since he fell Mar.. 19 with a stick in.his mouth injured his throat. The. new drug 'Is being given: Wayne in-hopes it will counteract the rare'disease which keeps hiÂ» blood from clotting,properly. His throat' had been bleeding- most of the time since he was injured.'