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May 17, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(20):1311-1318. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480200025013

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ARKANSAS.  The gold medal offered by the State Medical Society of Arkansas to the graduate of the State University passing the best examination in all branches was awarded to Dr. M. D. McClain; Drs. J. A. Bogart and E. Kreugar received honorable mention.

Personal.  —Dr. George W. Hayman, Little Rock, has been appointed one of the colored commissioners of the World's Fair at St. Louis.—Dr. David A. A. Sims, Greenwood, has moved to Bonanza.—Dr. W. W. Jackson has been elected president of the Jonesboro Board of Health.

Commencement.  —The twenty-third annual commencement exercises of the Medical Department of the State University were held at Little Rock, April 8. The annual address was delivered by Rev. Percy J. Robottom; the degrees were conferred on a class of 11 by the governor of the state, and the farewell of the faculty was pronounced by Dr. Edwin Bentley.

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