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THE DALLAS SESSION
Barbecue for Doctors
Typical Texas entertainment is planned for the Annual Session of the American Medical Association, which will convene in Dallas, Texas, April 19-23. A barbecue tendered by Dr. John H. Dean for the 5,000 physicians, guests and exhibitors, totaling more than 10,000 visitors to the Lone-Star State, is an unusual feature planned for this occasion. Eminent physicians will witness carving under the supervision of Mr. Max Hahn, for forty years expert "barbecuer" of Dallas.Last June, Dr. Dean selected eighty cows with calves about 6 weeks old out of a herd of 4,000. These cows were selected according to size, vigor and milk producing qualities, so as to insure a rapid, healthy growth for each calf. The eighty cows and calves were turned into a six-section pasture which had not been used, and which contained an abundance of fresh food and water, assuring the cattle
Association News. JAMA. 1926;86(7):490. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670330034015
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