What They Say
civ; as a rule
Howard—So to speak; the normal mesio-distal relationship of the jaws is the
basis of classification; don't extract.
Fosteb—Where are you. boy? Hold up your band; it is derived from a
T. P. Hinman—Drainage, drainage, drainage.
Dashwood—It's all in the technique; you must not smoke in the College.
Smith—The details are of the greatest importance.
Thrash—As it were.
Campbell—You will find it in Gray's Anatomy.
White—Germany hasn't invented all the great things.
Mitchell—Learn to be a capable workman, then a better salesman.
Boland—Anatomy is dry but do not sleep.
Todd—It's a question of which is more important.
Forbes—A-l-1 right, doctor; this is one way of doing it.
Huff—Buckley is wrong.
R. E. Hinman—Gentlemen, this is a singular and peculiar fact; you can't put
it over me.
Crenshaw—Young gentlemen, you will find that you can oscillate the pala¬
Young—You can't work porcelain without licking the brush.
Morgan—Wiggle your finger.
Atkinson—There is only one way to adjust a ribbon arch.
Hughes—I always ask the man who is late ten questions.
Silverman—There is no dose of cocain.
H. B. Johnston—Do it well.
Martin-—There is today a tendency towards standardization.