The Chairman of the Committee on Organization of the National Association, is endeavoring to arouse an interest on the part of every individual physician, to stimulate the securing of students for our medical college. The reason so many students lack information concerning our colleges is that the physicians themselves do not inform students concerning our methods. They leave the imparting of information to the physicians of other schools, who interest themselves in this matter.
The chairman suggests that the following notice be inserted by each physician in the local weekly papers of his own town above his own signature: "Those interested in the study of medicine should communicate personally or by letter with the undersigned. This applies to any young man or young woman of high-school qualifications who contemplates studying medicine or who may know of any party who does."
Ellingwood's Therapeutist, Vol. 2, 1908, was edited by Finley Ellingwood M.D.