Medicine: Veterinarians in Omaha

Ten years ago, when the president of a Washington, D. C. veterinary college sadly passed out diplomas to the four members of his graduating class and announced that the college, founded 35 years before, was thenceforth discontinued, it appeared that few men cared to become horse doctors (TIME, June 27, 1927). Last week the annual convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association in Omaha demonstrated that, on the contrary, more and more men want to be horse doctors.

There are 10,000 practicing veterinarians in the U. S. now, more than ever before. Half of them belong to the A. V. M. A....

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