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Dr. Alan Colwell. Sydney, was elected president of the College of Radiologists at
the fourth annual general i meeting held in the Hydro Electric Theatrette, Hobart.
Dr. Alan Mackey, Melbourne, was elected vice-president.
Delegates from all Australian States and New Zealand at- tended.
The president's reception Was held at Wrest Point, and was attended by the Governor . (Sir Ronald Cross), the Premier (Mr. Cosgrove) and Dame Ger- trude Cosgrove.
The Roentgen Oration was delivered in the Town Hall by Dr. W. L. Crowther, the subject being "Medical Practice at Ho- bart Town, 1820-1832, as indi- cated by the Day Book of James Scott, M.D., R.N."
A symposium on cerebral tumours was given by Mr. R. S. Hooper, Dr. R. Kaye Scott, and Dr. B. L. Deans. Melbourne. The discussion was opened bv Dr. S. Moor, Auckland.
A report on the seventh In- ternational Congress of Radio- logy in Copenhagen in July was given by Dr. E. R. Crisp, Mel- bourne, and Dr. H. J. Ham, Sydney.
Dr. Crisp dealt with radio diagnosis, while Dr. Ham elab- orated the advances in radio- therapy, and Dr. C. E. Eddy director of the Commonwealth. X-ray and Radium Laboratory Melbourne, spoke on "Recen I Advances in Radiology Abroad '