Medicine: Postgraduates in Manhattan

As it does every autumn, the New York Academy of Medicine conducted a notable series of lectures and hospital demonstrations for the benefit of practicing physicians during the past fortnight. The subject this year was "Diseases of the Respiratory Tract," and it provided a compact postgraduate course in all the ailments which attack the respiratory tract from the nostrils to the base of the lungs.

Dr. Eugene Hillhouse Pool, teacherish president of the Academy, opened the lecture course, then ducked out on 750 out-of-towners who signed up ($3 each) for the course. Manhattan manners...

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