Medicine: Appropriate

Last week, the University of Chicago acknowledged the receipt of a new medical research foundation. Some $800,000 in securities had already been turned over, with a promise of $200,000 more in short order, by one Mr. Douglas Smith of Chicago. Mr. Smith is not a doctor, nor is he an invalid to whom the advancement of medicine would have had a special and intimate interest. A hale, hearty, portly man, much given to golf, a familiar in North Shore society, Mr. Smith is by profession a promoter. Yet it was a most appropriate thing for...

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