Medicine: Osteopaths in Wichita

Health, wealth and wisdom encompassed the 966 osteopaths who attended the American Osteopathic Association's convention in Wichita, Kans. last week. Wichita's temperature went as high as 102° but failed to diminish the vigor of the osteopaths as they bustled between lectures, shows, dances, banquets. They crowded Wichita's three good hotels, dressed mostly in white, doffed their coats.

Their technical discussions held well within the frame of the special osteopathic theory of disease. What the medical side of that frame is, Dr. Perrin T. Wilson of Cambridge, Mass., A. O. A.'s retiring president, paused...

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