Letters: Feb. 25, 1929

Dentists v. Editors

Sirs:

In your last issue you made the statement that "there was a time when Mussolini looked like a dentist or a dental student," and you further added that the same deplorable condition was true of King Alexander, who similarly "used to be of insignificant appearance."

The presence of such a rash statement in your otherwise sane periodical is not only a shock to many of us dentists, insignificant as we are, but it is also a distinct surprise. We had thought you more observant. May we suggest that you cast your...

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