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June 29, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LVIII(26):2037-2041. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04260060390015

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Personal.  —Dr. J. C. O'Gwynn, Mobile, sailed for Europe, June 14.—Dr. Alfred Edward Thayer, formerly professor of pathology in the University of Texas, has been appointed to a similar chair in the University of Alabama, Mobile, and will take charge of the department July 1.—Dr. Stuart Welch has been assigned as assistant health officer of Birmingham.—Dr. W. S. Britt, Eufaula, while going on a hand car to Georgetown, Ga., on an emergency call, was struck by the lever of the car, fracturing a rib.—Dr. J. Ernest Walker, New Market, was struck in the face by a baseball June 3, and may lose the sight of his eye.—Dr. T. E. Dryer has been appointed city physician of Huntsville.—Dr. W. W. Mc-Gehee has been appointed assistant health officer of Mont


Personal.  —Dr. T. F. Birmingham, city physician of Galesburg, has been elected county physician of Knox County.—Dr. E. B. Godfrey

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