Medicine: A. M. A. Convention

Capstone of a U. S. medical career is the presidency of The American Medical Association. Eighteen men now living have had the honor. The A. M. A., convened last week at Detroit, underscored the honor by awarding to each of these 18 a gold medal and a citation. The list:

William Williams Keen, 93, of Philadelphia, ''emeritus of American surgeons"; born, Philadelphia; degree from Jefferson Medical College 1862; president 1900-01.

Frank Billings, 76, of Chicago, only living man who was president of the A. M. A. for two years; born, Highland, Wis.; degree...

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