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March 16, 1957


JAMA. 1957;163(11):959-962. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02970460049017


"The Most Happy Fella.''—  The setting for the Broadway musical hit, "The Most Happy Fella," now playing at the Imperial Theater in New York City, is in Napa, Calif., the hometown of A. M. A. President Dr. Dwight H. Murray. Keith Kaldenberg, the actor who plays the part of the general practitioner in the play recently met Dr. Murray backstage at the theater in New York before a performance. When the original play was made into the film, "They Knew What They Wanted," Dr. Murray was the doctor for the production crew when it was on location in Napa. The stars in the film were Clark Gable and Carol Lombard.


Personal.—  Dr. Lawrence S. Kubie, professor of psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, recently delivered the Porter lectures at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, Lawrence-Kansas City. The lectures included "Neurotic and Creative Processes," "Scientific