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298 Index Scnoor. or MEDICINE (LOUISVILLE ScHoo1. or MEDICINE (LoU1sv1L1.1; MEDICAL INSTITUTE AND MEDICAL MEDICAL INSTITUTE AND MEDICAL DEPARTMENT)- ( Continued ) : DEPARTMENT)—(C0?1J‘l71·1L€d ) : lishing medical school, 28-29; Dr. 233; co-operation with City Health Caldwell’s visit to Louisville, dis- Dept., 233-34; student preceptor missal from Transylvania, 30-31; system, 234; research for_ student meeting at Radical M. E. Church, assistants, 235; in centennial cele- 33-34; city council resolution au- bration, 251 _ thorizing medical school, 34; Med- —Currzculg4rn: in early days,24,_46-47, ical Department of Transylvania 73, provision for ohmcal institution after 1836-37 upheaval, 36-37; April in Louisville Medical Institute, 24, 11, 1837, meeting of board of mana- 50; tickets, 74; theses, 74, 77; at- gers of Medical Institute, 37; first tempts to raise standards, 77; faculty, 37-43; early outstanding changes in, after War between members of faculty, 43-45; iinan- States, 77-80; as related to a liber- 5 cing of institute and building, 45- al arts education, 80-81, 118; . 46; first session, 46; degrees, changes, higher standards (1910- graduation requirements, entrance 20), 143-46; changes under Deans requirements, see Curriculum be- Graves and Moore, 167-68; facili- low; fees, 47; cornerstone laying, ties for improvement, 230-31· ar- 47-48; new building, 48-50; enroll- rangements for dental students, ment, 50· Clinical and Surgical 230; clinical instruction, interne- Hall, 50-51; enmity of local Dhy- ships, 232; in psychiatry and public sicians to, 51; movement to incor- health, 233-34; student preceptor ·, porate U. of L., 51-53; Louisville system, 234-35; research, 235; epi- l.’ Medical Institute becomes Medical demiology, 233; dermatology, 168; i it Department of U. of L., 52-54; histology, 230; neurology, 168; UT! profit and prestige from, 59-60; pathology, 230; pediatrics, 168; ·»$ reason for other medical schools physiology, 230; psychiatry, 167-68, ui springing up, 60; competition 232-33; proctology, 168; public _ among medical schools for stu- health, 233-34; roentgenology, 236- dents, 61-62; financial troubles 37; urology, 168 from competition, 62-63; faculty —Medical Professors (U. 0fL. Medi- t1ffs,_63-65; grave robbing, 66-70; L-gl Dept.): financial benefits from attendance of students, 73; student faculty position, 59-60; dissention life, 75; Medical Building burned among, 63-64, 65; dress and general and rebuilt, 75-76; during War be- manner, 70-73; relationship with tween States, graduates, 76; mys- students, 72-73 tery of Dean Benson, 76-77; medi- , cal school mergers, 81-86; enroll- School of Medicine Building, see ment (1908), 83, (1892), 184-85; Buildings standing of Medical Department, 87; Fllsexner relggrt, 87-88; secures SCHOOL OF MUSIC: cass rating, ; acquires contro . . . . of mem Services of GW HM- ¥"iif§?§,§ia}§`$‘€§ i}ii°3$?ii§$§l2‘i? vim 142-48 f¤<¤g¤¤iZ¤*i¤¤ Oi game nz- Aiusackn mimi ms ¤=¤¤<> ¤h¤¤g<=d *0 $¤h<><>i <>f M<=di· curriculum mai late 1920s 224· °i“°· 166'67i P·W·A· aid for annex department of music established and remodeling, 230; enlarged fa- (IQZQ), 224; U_ of L_ Sch,-,0] Of ciiities, library, 239-3}; City Hcs- Music founded, 224-25; formal Diial. 231-32; 8iiil13f10¤S. 1¤i€f¤€· opening, and Hamel and Gretel, ships, 232; Commonwealth Fund, 225; at the end of three-year trial I `O 1 `