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Sailed for Europe.
—Dr. and Mrs. Elbert T. Fields, Ensley, sailed from New York for Europe May 20.
—The Supreme Court on May 12 confirmed the decision of the lower court whereby Dr. Charles E. Thomas, a colored physician of Anniston, convicted on the charge of malpractice, was sentenced to imprisonment for three years in the penitentiary.
—The annual commencement exercises of the Medical Department of the University of Alabama, Mobile, were held May 1. Hon. W. H. Goodwin, Ozark, delivered the salutatory address and Dr. John W. Abercrombie, president of the state university, conferred diplomas on a class of 26. Governor B. B. Comber delivered the address to the graduating class and Dr. Luckey A. Jenkins, Cardiff, delivered the alumni address.
—The annual meeting of the Alumni Association of the Medical Department of the University of Alabama, Mobile, was held May 1. The
Medical News. JAMA. 1908;L(23):1909–1914. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02530490037011
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