University of the Pacific School of Dentistry - Chips Yearbook (San Francisco, CA)

 - Class of 1909

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Glullrge nf lghgairimw aah Sfurgrnna Bun Zlfruuriarn, Llal. wlD6feH5, the Almighty Father has seen fit to remove from our midst our beloved classmate, Claire Freiman, of the Senior Class of the College of Physi- cians of San Francisco, we, her fellow-students, feel that we have lost a good and faithful student, and a loyal and true friend. For more than three years she was closely associated with us in our work, sharing with us our joys and our sorrows, and always ready with a kind word to each and a smile for all. Her sudden demise seemed so untimely, she was so full of energy and high ambitions and when her work in the College was almost at an end she was called to her Eternal Home. But we know that the Father Who watches over us all knows what is best, and we bow in sub- mission. 'lR65Ol.VCb, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the sorrowing Mother and Brother, to whom we extend our sincere sympathy, and that a copy be spread upon the minutes of the Secretary's book of the Student Body of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. S. D. COOPER, President. J. G. ANDERSON, Sec'y Medical Student Body. October 18, 1908 I73

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ing American medical officers pay the surgeon' about S720 per year, besides all living expenses. In addi- tion, most lines allow the doctor to send bills for the treatment of all ailments not contracted aboard ship. As a result the income of the doctor at sea is far above the reputed average of physicians' income ashore, 3700. The surgeons on the American and Holland Ameri- can lines are said to average about 32,500 and living expenses, while the average on the coast lines above mentioned is about 31,500 and expenses. On the big ships of the VVhite Star Line, like the Adriatic, Baltic, Cedric and Celtic, all of which carry two medical ofiicers, the chief surgeon collects on an average .5-1800 per year. An added advantage is that there is not one cent's worth of expense for ofilice rent, books, instruments, the keeping of horses or automobiles, telephone, and the innumerable ne- cessities which take so large a part of the income of the practicing physician. Again, sea life is less strenuous than life ashore. Night calls, and they are infrequent, can be made without stepping into the air. There are no long drives, no jealous confreres, no backbiting patients. Sea practice is as near ideal practice as can ever be found in this life. The young medical man who loves old ocean, and is on the lookout for an opening, can do no better than to accept a ship's surgeoncy Cif he can get itj, with the feeling that he will not lose caste, for the medical profession has no more high-minded, earnest, and hardworking representatives than those who go down to the sea in ships. 172



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1In nnemoriam HARRY W. BRAYTON, M. D. Died March 6, I909 lt is with the utmost sorrow that we chronicle in these columns the death of one of the well-beloved professors of the College of Physicians and Surgeons. His face had become familiar in our halls during the last year, and we always counted him as one of our number, for we know that he cherished a most loyal heart toward our college. Since a wiser One than we has seen fit to cut short the bright and hopeful career of him who was just beginning to fulfill his aspira- tions, it is not given us to judge the right and wrong, however unfair it seems to us, that he should be sacri- ficed so unexpectedly. The best that we are able to do is to try to reconcile ourselves to the thought that he has escaped the trials and tribulations of this world and is now enjoying eternal peace and calm, and to give our sincerest condolence to his family and pay due tribute to his memory. K- I74

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