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—Another parasite of concern to The Journal is the type louse. In the Dec 8 issue this creature ate the hyphen in Prof. Jose Oliver-González's name in the byline of the contribution just cited as well as two acute accents (Oliver-González's and Rodríguez-Molina's) in the affiliation footnote. It also changed the name of the Speaker of the AMA House of Delegates from Welch to Welsh on page 37.
The rechristening of Dr. Leland McKittrick as "Leonard" (Dec 8, p 33) was mentioned in the Dec 15 issue (p 40)—in which, on page 33, the name of Air Force Surgeon General Oliver K. Niess was spelled "Neiss" in the caption of a photograph showing him holding an unidentified skull.
The month before, in the list of consultants to The Journal (182:561 [Nov 3] 1962), the name of Dr. Lewis J. Doshay of New York City was misspelled "Doshey."
Pediculus typographici. JAMA. 1963;183(1):34. doi:10.1001/jama.1963.03700010022004
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