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—An association of 15 physicians of Mobile, headed by Dr. C. S. Spotswood, proposes to erect a four-story building, to be occupied exclusively by physicians, and to cost $50,000.
—Dr. James B. Luckie, Birmingham, is reported to be seriously ill with spinal disease.—Dr. Marion J. B. Vancroft has been elected president, and Dr. John O. Rush, secretary, of the Mobile Chapter of Auburn Alumni.—Dr. Byron T. Dozier, Birmingham, has been appointed surgeon general of the United Sons of Confederate Veterans.
—By order of the Board of Health, the schools and theaters of Leadville have been closed on account of the prevalence of scarlet fever.
—Dr. A. W. Scarlet, Pueblo, is convalescent after a severe attack of typhoid fever.—Dr. William Page Harlow has been appointed dean of the medical school of the University of Colorado, Boulder, vice Dr. Lucian M. Giffin, resigned; Dr.
Medical News. JAMA. 1907;XLIX(9):780-785. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530090056013