Medicine: Tooth Talk

A dental hygienist from Michigan read a paper on the history of the toothbrush. Lithe Dr. Julius Hughes of Atlanta scored 76 and 73 in the golf tournament to walk away with the low gross in Class A. There was a plantation dance in the Municipal Auditorium. A resolution was passed disapproving compulsory health insurance, another thanking President Roosevelt for his letter of greeting. Convivial caretakers of the nation's teeth roamed the French quarter, munched pralines, had Sazerac cocktails and crepes suzette for dinner. There was not much public oratory and reporters looking...

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