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( _ Index 297 ScHooL or DEN'1`ISTRY—(COMll7l1l€d) : Scnoor. or LAw (LAw DEPARTMENT) f Assn., importance in rating of den- —(C0"lm”€d) i ' 1 Q1 schools, 168-69; see also Cui'- Bar Assn., and New York Board i 1‘1€11l¤m_b€l0w; SCIIOOI of Dcntis- of Regents, 241-42; reorganization § try recewes research grant for Dr. (1934), 241; Deans Miller, Mc- ; Beust, 169-70; class A ratin , 170- Clain, and Lott, 242; need for new 2 71; D12 Wm- I- Gies OH, $70-71; building, 242-43; requests for Fed- g building, 171; co-operation between eral Work Relief grant for Law * Schools of Medicine and Dentistry, School Building, 243-44; new build- ll 171; curriculum, see below; Dr. ing, 244; gifts from Mrs. Attilla Q’Rourke becomes dean, 171; Cox, Bernard Flexner, and the ‘ library, 172; admission require- Allens, 244-45; Allen Court Room, ments, 172, 235-36; medicine and 244-45; recent affiliations and serv- dent1stry, see Curriculum below ices, see Curriculum below; Dean —Currlculum: dental education Miller becomes mayor, 248 (1887-1917), 149-55; revised after -—Curriculu·m: first, 94; early law becoming unit of U. of L., 171; education (general), 95-97, en- . recent trends and changes, 235-36; trance requirements, standards, honor courses, 236; clinical work, length of sessions, methods of in- ; 236-37; at City Hospital, 237; in- struction, 105-6, 107-9; changes be- { iirmary, 236-37; oral surgery, 236; gun in 1900, 111-12; case system, l roentgenology, 237; anesthesia, 112-13; changes in standards, § 237; radiography, 237; recognition schedule of classes (after 1907), Q of relationship of dentistry to 147,156· standards (1920-30), 172- I medicine, 237 73; Seeg ptifvisions ftglhigher Q stan ar s, ; recent a iations l School of Dentistry Building see and Services (Legal Aid S°°i°ty· l ·d· ’ briefing service), 245-46; moot , Bu1l ings T court, 246 l l ScHooL or LAw (LAw DEPARTMENT) : - · - Law Department established, 16; 5811001 of Law Building we Build` _] background, growth (1846-1910), mgs 93-113; contrasted with Medical D€pt_’ fu-St and subsgqugyw SCHOOL OF MEDICINE (LOUISVILLE quarters, 94-95; 1;], 146-47, 172; 3, MEDICAL INSTITUTE AND MEmcA1. municipal enterprise, 98; law pro- DEPARTMFNTV fessors, 104-5; entrance require- Organized as Louisville Medical ments, standards, curriculum, see Institute (1833), 14-15; back- Curriculum below; graduates, ground, founding and development (1847-1862), 106; advantage of (1837-46), 23-57; founding charter, graduating from Law Dept., 106;re- 23-24; municipal character, 24-25; organization under Dean Chenault, amendments to charter, 25; . 107; student life, 109; class fac- Guthrie committee on medical tions, 109-11; need of new life, school in Louisville, 25; controver- { 146; library, 147, 173-74, 241, 243, sy over removing Transylvania I 244; faculty additions, 147, 240, Medical School to Louisville, ,25- Z 242; tuition, 148; enrollment (1917- 36; Dr. Charles Caldwell on mul- = 20), 148, 172, 243; in Summer tiplying schools of medicine, 26-27; _ School, 229; Horack’s study of offer of city council for Transyl- Echool og Law, 241 elected mIem— vantia l\{Iedi1cal1SchIo4ol,_27_;ufin;1;cérgg , er o ssn. 0 mer1can _aw me ICR. sc oo _1n ouisvi e, - ; Schools, approved by Amemcan resolution of city council on estab- I ! 1