Iowa State University Veterinarian: Volume 6, Issue 4
Such a significant number of quittor cases have entered the veterinary clinic at Iowa State College in the past year that a short dissertation of this condition is warranted.
Out of every war there have come remarkable advances, usually in the fields of scientific endeavor. Apparently a valuable result of the present war is the reconsideration of the place of each member in the normal life of a community. Each organization is investigating its place in the community in order to enlarge its work, raise its position in the esteem of others, and improve the income of its members. None of these results can possibly be attained except by providing better service. The collective result of the action of these groups should be a vast improvement in our standard of living.