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June 11, 1960


JAMA. 1960;173(6):712. doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03020240100031

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To the Editor:—  Congratulations on the keen way The Journal is edited. Your gracious note of farewell to Saunders' front-cover ad is delightful and so well deserved.This "sleeper" business, which you and Bill Dock so impishly enjoy, is tricky; suppose the unsleepy reader thinks you're a pair of dopes—and there is no public note of indignant correction? Do you plan to pull an Osler and write a leg-pulling letter to yourself? If so, sign such a letter Edgerton Yorrick Davis Jr., and a few real old-timers may get it!Meanwhile, keep happy, laugh, and never be satisfied with the job you are doing. All best.

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