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May 21, 1910

A Medical Play by a Medical Man at a Medical Society Meeting

JAMA. 1910;LIV(21):1706. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550470046009

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To the Editor:  —Dr. Dan Millikin is not only an honored practitioner, having been president of the Ohio State Medical Society in 1895 and being a descendant of a long line of physicians, himself and son Dr. Mark Millikin representing respectively the fourth and fifth generations practicing in their native city, but he is also a playwright and actor of local and state fame. At the meeting of the Ohio State Medical Society in Toledo, May 11, an audience of 800 physicians and their wives greeted Dr. Millikin and his talented company from Hamilton in a way that left no doubt about the attractiveness of this particular play, and the merits of this style of entertainment of medical men. The medical comedy entitled "What Would Mrs. MacThinkar say?" is brilliant and clever and the players showed talent and excellent training.But it is not to call attention to this play

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