Medicine: Testy Dentists

President Hoover vexed the convention of the American Dental Association at Washington last week by only greeting a few of them (see p. 13).* Also they were cross because they did not get the newspaper publicity which conventioneers expect. Partly that was not their fault. Prime Minister MacDonald's visit to Washington and two sensational stranglings filled Washington papers and clogged national press services. But the dentists themselves were also to blame. Enterprising organizations do not wait for reporters to attend their meetings. Good publicity committees send information, well prepared, to the...

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