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—Governor McRae in a speech at a banquet of the students and faculty of the University of Arkansas Medical Department, Little Rock, November 12, promised new buildings for the medical school as part of his general tax program for the relief of all public schools in the state. The enrolment has practically doubled during the last year and lack of room for further expansion makes new buildings necessary. Extra hospital facilities are part of the program. Steps were taken at this meeting toward the erection of a memorial to the physicians of Arkansas who lost their lives during the World War.
Connecticut's Part in the Diploma-Mill Scandal.
—According to the reports, a special grand jury
Medical News. JAMA. 1923;81(22):1884–1889. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650220054016
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