Excerpt from The Dental Headlight, Vol. 17: A Quarterly Record of Dental Science Devoted to the Interest of the Profession; January-March, 1896
Mr. President and Members of the Central Dental Association: At the request of your Executive Committee, I, in a moment of weak ness... , agreed to read a paper to this society on Examining Boards, Dental Education, or something of that kind. I had no sooner made this fatal error than our ubiquitous Chairman of the Dinner Committee, and general Poo Bah, Dr. Meeker, appeared upon the scene and demanded the title of the paper; as I had not the slight est idea what I was going to say, I could not think of a title, so I told him to call it anything be pleased; then I had to wait until the programme appeared to find out what I was to write about; when I did find out, it struck me that the title gave me license to talk about most anything, so that a general potpourri on dental education is the result. I trust that you will excuse the crude form in which it is served.
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