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May 14, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;LIV(20):1618-1624. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550460032007

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Commencements.  —The commencement exercises of the Medical Department of the University of Alabama, Mobile, were held April 18, when a class of 39 received diplomas. Irwin Craighead, LL.D., delivered the oration to the graduates on "Civic Duty of the Medical Man from the Layman's Point of View." The degrees were conferred by President John W. Abercrombie.—At the fifteenth annual commencement exercises of Birmingham Medical College, held April 28, a class of 28 was graduated. The commencement address was delivered by President A. P. Montague of Howard College. and Dr. Russell M. Cunningham, Ensley, delivered the charge to the graduates. The diplomas were presented by Dr. Benjamin L. Wyman, dean of the college.


Personal.  —Dr. Julius Rosenstirn, San Francisco, has returned from Europe.—Drs. Fitch C. E. Mattison, Pasadena, and Charles C. Browning, Monrovia, have been appointed members of the executive committee of the California Public Health League.—Dr. Joseph E.

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