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June 9, 1923

Association News

JAMA. 1923;80(23):1698. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02640500040019

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Abstract

THE SAN FRANCISCO SESSION  Hotel Reservations for DelegatesAll members of the House of Delegates who wish to have accommodations at the Palace Hotel at San Francisco and who have not already made reservations should write immediately to the Palace. As has been repeatedly stated in The Journal, 150 rooms have been tentatively reserved for members of the House of Delegates, in order that every delegate might be assured of hotel accommodation. These rooms cannot be held until the very last moment. Those not wanted or not needed must be released in order that they may be available for members.

THE "M.D. SPECIAL" TRAIN  Reservations on the "M.D. Special" of the Northern Pacific Railway returning from San Francisco are rapidly being made. This trip with the various stop-overs, including four days spent in Yellowstone Park, is one that will long be remembered. Dr. A. W. Ide of St. Paul will

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