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Chicago, March 24, 1903.
In view of the surprising and, to some of us, painful newspaper publicity that characterized the now famous visit of Professor Lorenz to this country, the following clippings from the daily papers are of interest:
"DR. MUELLER PERFORMS FOUR OPERATIONS.
Dr. Frederick Mueller, the pupil of Dr. Lorenz, performed four of the most difficult operations for congenital dislocation of the hip, in Beth Israel Hospital to-day," etc., etc.—New York Letter, the Chicago Tribune, March 15, 1903.
"LORENZ MACHINE IS USED SUCCESSFULLY.
For the first time in this country the Lorenz machine has been used in an operation for hip disease. The operation was performed by Dr. Frederick Mueller, a pupil of Dr. Lorenz," etc., etc., etc.— New York Letter, Chicago Record-Herald, March 17, 1903.
"DR. MUELLER IS BACK. ASSOCIATE OF DR. LORENZ WILL PRACTICE ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY HERE.
TO REMAIN PERMANENTLY.
NOTED VIENNA SURGEON WILL BECOME A CITIZEN
Pusey WA. Newspaper Reputation.. JAMA. 1903;XL(13):861. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490130045014