Medicine: Jamboree Off

"On to Washington!" has been for months the happy cry of some 27,000 Boy Scouts throughout the U. S. There, in a vast cantonment on the banks of the Potomac River, they were going to conduct a jamboree the last ten days of August. Fellow Scouts from abroad invited to the jamboree were already in the U. S. and heading toward Washington—eleven from China, 31 from the Philippines, one from India, two from France. On the high seas were 55 English Scouts, five Dutch, seven Hungarian, four Japanese, four Hawaiian, two Chilean, five Peruvian,...

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