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March 12, 1892

University of the South.—

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(11):332. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411150022010

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Abstract

The organization of this institution, located at Sewanee, Tenn., is similar to that of the University of Michigan. Its founders are aiming at a high standard of requirements from their students. The very existence of such a school in any locality has an elevating tendency, and in this instance bodes a better day in the new and rapidly rising South. The managers of some of the older and more largely patronized schools will do well to look to their laurels, lest they be rudely awakened to a new condition, with a demand for better service.

The Committee appointed at the last meeting of the American Medical Association to consider the best means for promoting the prosperity of the sections of the Association will hold an adjourned meeting in the Hotel Cadillæ, Detroit, Mich., June 6, at 3 P.M.

Members of the Committee are requested to notify the Chairman of

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