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March 1, 1913

Association News

JAMA. 1913;60(9):680. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340090042021

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Meetings in University of Minnesota Buildings—Entertainments at Club-Houses on the Lakes  At the Minneapolis session, the section meetings are to be held on the university campus in the various buildings of the University of Minnesota. The campus is located between Minneapolis and St. Paul on the river bank in a restful spot away from the dust and dirt of the cities. Several street-car lines running between Minneapolis and St. Paul pass through or near the campus. Therefore the hotels of both cities may be utilized.This location is an especially advantageous place for a meeting because of the many halls which are so arranged that they can be supplied with lanterns, microscopes, etc. To avoid the necessity of returning to the hotel at noon, luncheon will be served in the buildings on the campus. It is planned to hold the section entertainments at the various country clubs

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