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The May 1934 issue of the Osteopathic Digest includes the following articles:

  • Seventy-Five Seniors to Receive their Doctor of Osteopathy
  • Polyclinic Program Has Been Carefully Planned
  • Alumni Banquet June 2: Dinner, Golf and Dancing
  • Seven Internes Elected and Two Second Year Residents Appointed
  • P. O.A. Convention Draws Record Crowd
  • Open House Eventful
  • Dr. Pearson Addresses Student Body
  • Phila. Record Librarians' Ass'n. Visit Hospital
  • Junior Prom Proves Huge Success
  • P. C. O. Planning Scientific Exhibit at Witchita, Kansas
  • R. L. Fischer Re-Elected President of P. O. A.
  • Research
  • Reunion Time
  • Junior Aid Auxiliary Organized to Maintain Baby Ward of Hospital
  • Largest Crowd Hears Drs. J. F. Smith, A. G. Hildreth, and Prof. R. C. Erb
  • Priority of the Osteopathic School
  • Kingsbury Elected President of EOA
  • Work of the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia for the Calendar Year 1933
  • An Attractive Offering
  • Women's Auxiliary Hold Luncheon
  • Maternity Clinic Given Benefit
  • Do You Know That?
  • Seven Internes and Two Alternates Elected to Serve Internship at the Osteopathic Hospital of Philadelphia for One Year
  • Dr. O. J. Snyders' Response on Founders Day
  • Charity Ball Attracts Record Crowd
  • Staff is Addressed by Three Specialists
  • Obstetrical Staff Files Reports
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathy Faculty Addresses Convention
  • Student Election Proves Exciting
  • Clinical Chatter
  • New Captains Elected
  • Orchestra and Glee Club Furnish Splendid Program
  • Osteopathy Upsets Crusader Runners
  • Swimming Team Wins Five Out of Six Meets
  • Forty Stations Broadcasted the Osteopathic Hospital Charity Ball in February
  • New Urologic Operating Room Opened
  • Another Benedict Leaves the Ranks

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Philadelphia College of Osteopathy


Philadelphia, PA


Medical Education | Osteopathic Medicine and Osteopathy


Volume 7, Number 6

Osteopathic Digest (May 1934)