Medicine: Stone & Salute

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore last week harbored the jolliest of patients. He was Senor Manuel Luis Quezon of the Philippines. The President of the Philippine Senate and No. 1 politico of the Islands kept the entire staff in stitches, rumpled all kinds of hospital rules. Senor Quezon, 56, had plenty to keep his spirits up: his longtime dream of Philippine independence from the U. S. was well on the way toward reality; he confidently expects to be the Islands' first President; he had kept...

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