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May 27, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVI(21):1581-1589. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560210053023

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Abstract

CALIFORNIA 

Change in Meeting Place.  —The Los Angeles County Medical Association now meets in the cafeteria rooms on the fourth floor of the Hamburger Building.

Personal.  —Dr. and Mrs. J. Edson Kelsey and family, Berkeley, sailed for the Orient, May 24.—Dr. Ernest B. Hoag, for two years medical director of the Berkeley schools, has resigned, to take effect at the end of the school year.—Dr. Charles Hamilton English, San Francisco, who was stricken with cerebral hemorrhage, May 8, is reported to be improving.

ILLINOIS 

Personal.  —Dr. Henry T. Godfrey, Galena, has announced his approaching retirement from practice.—Dr. George H. Hunt, Paris, was painfully injured in an automobile accident in Chicago, May 18.

Result of Intern Examination.  —Of the 145 who took the recent examination for positions as interns in the Cook County Institutions, a woman graduate of Rush Medical College is said to have obtained the highest standing, 93.40 per

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