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March 4, 1916

Association News

JAMA. 1916;LXVI(10):754. doi:10.1001/jama.1916.02580360056026

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Abstract

BY AUTOMOBILE TO DETROIT  Arrangements by Subcommittee on AutomobilesDetroit, first among the cities of America in the production of automobiles, estimates that 705,000 automobiles were manufactured within its limits in 1915. It is not surprising, therefore, that the city takes an interest in maintaining excellent roads, and offers country drives which extend in every direction beside lakes and rivers, and over the hills, to numbers of charming resorts, as well as to cities and villages.The fine roads will tempt physicians to use their automobiles in going to Detroit from great distances, certainly from cities as far off as Buffalo, Chicago or Cincinnati. In order to assist these physicians to find the accommodations they need, the local Committee on Arrangements has appointed a subcommittee on automobiles, and suggests that physicians who desire to make reservations of garage space, or who need advice concerning other matters of interest in connection

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