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November 30, 1940


JAMA. 1940;115(22):1897-1898. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810480061017

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Section Representatives to Scientific Exhibit  Representatives to the Scientific Exhibit have been appointed from the different sections of the Scientific Assembly as follows:Practice of Medicine—Louis B. LaPlace, 1900 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia.Surgery, General and Abdominal—Grover C. Penberthy, 1553 Woodward Avenue, Detroit.Obstetrics and Gynecology—H. Close Hesseltine, 5841 Maryland Avenue, Chicago.Ophthalmology—Georgiana Dvorak Theobald, 120 Medical Arts Building, Oak Park, Ill.Laryngology, Otology and Rhinology—Fred W. Dixon, 2060 East Ninth Street, Cleveland.Pediatrics—Arthur F. Abt, 104 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago.Pharmacology and Therapeutics—O. P. J. Falk, 539 North Grand Boulevard, St. Louis.Pathology and hysiology—F. W. Konzelmann, Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia.Nervous and Mental Diseases—F. P. Moersch, 102 Second Avenue, S.W., Rochester, Minn.Dermatology and Syphilology—Hamilton Montgomery, 102 Second Avenue, S.W., Rochester, Minn.Preventive and Industrial Medicine and Public Health—Paul A. Davis, 1436 Delia Avenue, Akron, Ohio.Urology—John H. Morrissey, 40 East Sixty-First Street, New York.Orthopedic Surgery—Theodore A. Willis, 10515 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland.Gastro-Enterology and Proctology—Sara M. Jordan, 605 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston.Radiology—S. W. Donaldson, 326 North Ingalls Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.Anesthesiology—Paul M. Wood, 745 Fifth Avenue, New York.Application blanks for space in the Scientific Exhibit at the Cleveland session may be obtained from the section representatives or from the Director, Scientific Exhibit, American Medical Association, 535 North Dearborn Street, Chicago.

American Medical Golfing Association  In 1913 Dr. Will Walter first suggested the founding of a medical golfing association to Dr. Wendell Phillips, then a trustee of the American Medical Association, who responded with an enthusiasm which continued until his death in 1934. The organization work, which fell to Dr. Walter, was completed in time for the initial tournament, which was held at

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