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September 24, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(13):1121-1126. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330130057018

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Higher Requirements.—  Word from Dr. William C. McNeill, secretary of Howard University School of Medicine, states that, beginning this fall, one year of collegiate work, including the subjects: physics, chemistry and biology, and a reading knowledge of German or French, will be required for admission. The name of this college was omitted from the list published in our Educational Number of those schools which were requiring one year of collegiate work for admission.

Personal.—  Dr. MacPherson Crichton, Washington, appeared before the Justice of the Police, August 29, for preliminary hearing on the charge of manslaughter, alleged to have been due to an automobile owned and driven by Dr. Crichton. A bond of $5,000 was given at the time for his appearance. It is said that he has been arraigned three times for unlawful automobiling and was held on bonds of $150 in each case for

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