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DENTAL SCHOOL DIPLOMAS GIVEN "RESTORED" MOUTHS

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Tucked away in the Phillips Brooks House annual report for 1936-37 is the record of the Dental School Committee which claims that forty-six months belonging to youthful victims in Greater Boston were "completely restored and eligible for dental certificates."

Besides making 487 fillings and 85 extractions, the Committee also looked out for the educational welfare of its victims: a curt paragraph says: "The 'New Yorker,' 'Time,' and 'Lampoon' are supplied by the Committee." It's the first time the "Lampoon," undergraduate humorous publication, has been placed in such a class.

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