Medicine: Baby-fight

Chicago's able Commissioner of Health Arnold Henry Kegel is as eager a publicist as was his able predecessor Herman Niels Bundesen,* but neither so practiced nor so blatant. Last week he took up the Bamberger and Watkins baby mixup (TIME, July 28).

With great ado he summoned the four parents and their disputed infants before a "court." Benched together were a criminologist, an anthropologist, a dermatologist, an ophthalmologist, a psychiatrist, an obstetrician, a pediatrist, a pathologist. The scientists inspected parents and progeny minutely. Mr. Watkins,...

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