Medicine: Osteopaths in Milwaukee

A list of U. S. osteopaths pre-eminent for scholarship as well as expertness would include: for orthopedics, George M. Laughlin of Kirksville, Mo.; for mental and nervous diseases, Arthur G. Hildreth of Macon, Mo. and Edward S. Merrill of Los Angeles; for manipulative osteopathy, Charles S. Green of Manhattan; for industrial accidents, Harry Goehring of Pittsburgh; for care of athletes, Forrest Allen of University of Kansas.

When the American Osteopathic Association, meeting in Milwaukee last week, reached the point of electing a successor to President Victor William Purdy they chose an osteopath more...

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