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April 4, 1931

Association News

JAMA. 1931;96(14):1149. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720400047018

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Abstract

THE PHILADELPHIA SESSION  Annual Tournament of the American Medical Golfing AssociationThe Philadelphia Committee on Arrangements has decided to hold the seventeenth annual tournament of the American Medical Golfing Association, Monday, June 8, over the Aronomink course instead of at the Huntington Country Club as announced in the brochure of the association which was mailed to members, March 11, from the executive office in Detroit. The Aronomink course is one of the most modern in the district and is in spendid condition. It is amply difficult and reasonably fair, has an attractive club house and, in all respects, is an excellent place for the tournament. The officials at Aronomink and the local committee are doing everything possible to make the tournament a success. The Philadelphia men composing the Local Committee on Arrangements are Drs. John W. Croskey, chairman, Willis F. Manges, Fred H. Leavitt, Frank J. Kelly and Damon B.

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