The Plaster-Posterior Splint

1884 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
favors are bestowed in such a manner as to encourage true scholarship, there is much to be said in behalf of the favoritism method. Why should not the wishes of a man who helps financially to sustain the institution be regarded ? Why should not a physician or surgeon be influenced by the wishes of his dearest frieud or most profitable patient? The question is not iutended even to suggest improper influence, but simply to say that the gentlemeu referred to are subject to like influences as other
more » ... men, and they cannot help trusting the children of their friends, who have grown up around them, rather than the strange young men who may be
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