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LANDMARK TO GO:
Mtedieal Rnilding To Renlae Beal Hall
Grant Views Chinese-U.S. Stalemate
By MARK KILLINGSWORTH
Communists bitterly criticize
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Beal Residence, located at the
University's Medical Center, will
soon be torn down so a new
medical science building can be
Beal Residence is a noted land-
mark in the development of
John G. McKevitt, assistant to
the vice-president in charge of
business and finance, announced
yesterday the new medical build-
ing will have state authorization
of $9.4 million.
It is scheduled to be ready in
the fall, 1967, McKevitt said.
The first patients entered the
Beal Residence, originally called
the !State Psychopathic Hospital,
59 years ago. Demolition begins
It has been the focal point for
the training of psychiatrists,
nurses and medical students. It
has also been the site of detailed
research into hypertension, severe
burns, industrial engineering ap-
plications to hospitals, and con-
cepts of ambulatory care of pa-
During the two world wars, Beal
served as a training center for
doctors and nurses and housed the
first planned program of training
in psychiatry in the United States.
The building memorializes the
work of Ella Travis Beal, wife of
a University regent, in the care of
University students stricken dur-
ing the influenza epidemic of 1918.
The Michigan Legislature ap-
propriated $50 thousand in 1901
to create the facility in response to
efforts by Dr. William J. Herd-
man to add a psychiatric ward to
the University Hospital. Ground
was broken October 1902 and the
structure was completed three
years later. It was the first state
psychopathic hospital created as
an intimate part of a university.
Part of the building housed
laboratories which -served as a
"We have no problem under- idea," Grant said.
tadnhveCommunbstmChndese He also defended present U.S.
standing the Communist Chinese,; policy on China, saying that t
central testing ground for brain Raymond W. Waggoner. nor they us. Unfortunately, there ms b ne of, "san a wit
and fluid specimens sent to it First Psychiatry Professor is nothing we can say to them," until China changes her outlook.
by all state hospitals in Michigan. Dr. Barrett took charge with Lindsay Grant of the section of Onl thn h hasized mt
Today, the University still per- the opening of the building in the State Department concerned reltn be wrhhile. Now
forms analysis of brain specimens 1906. "We think," says Dr. Wag- with Chinese relations, said Sun- teyaight pe drimetl o
for some hospitals under arrange- goner, "he may have been the day. our interests, he said.
ments made more than a half first full time professor and chair- Speaking at the semester's sec- nTalsth edChi. a
century ago. man of psychiatry in any univer- ond Challenge lecture, Grant also "WTalks with Red China
The University psychiatry de- sity in the United States." stressed that there are "no pres- "We have had as much or more
partment was created in the Beal Dr. Barrett died in 1936 and ent arguments that lead us to talks with Communist China than
Residence. There have been only Dr. Waggoner took over ;everal believe that either recognition or any other western country at our
two chairman of the department: months later. a United Nations seat for from- meetings in Warsaw," he noted.
Dr. Albert M. Barrett and Dr. Recently. Beal Residence has munist China is advisable." "But they just simply aren't in-1
served as a convenient residence terested in talking."1
for out-patients undergoing treat- Another influence in Chinese He added, "Britain has been
ment at the University Hospital's olicy, he maintained, is that her trying unsuccessfully for years
clinics. ers o view the world just to exchange ambassadors with
Dr. A. C. Kerlikowske, hospital intrsofoddcdetfre them.", Britain recognizes the
hasnotd hatth deo-and new emerging forces. "They mainland government.
diector, smust have a personification ofdg
lition of Beal will prove a major evil, and we're it. And although Because of this Chinese intran-
inconvenience for these patients, sigence, he said, the U.S. would
b. but hopefully, onlya e-we try to maintain flexibility inotigin h a a a
but ho ef lly o ly a V tn ora l cy , they want contacts
:.porary inconvenience." our olit the w emerging of recognition, such as treaties,
Used for Outpatients forces in Asia, Africa and Latin exchange of journalists, cultural
Having Beal Residence avail- America. In their present frame andeducational contacts, and the
able for outpatients has brought of mind, they intend to destroy like.
many surprising advantages, Dr. the world of diversity and us with "Recognition would be unlikely
Kerlikowske said. The full ie- it.",to affect our relations with them
sources of the hospital are just Youth Are Hope now, and very likely would upset
a few steps away. Patients who the stability in Taiwan," he said.
are not too ill to take these steps However, he did express hopes UN Membership
have gained "the advantages of that the young may indeed be- Turning to the question of Com-
bedside care at minimal expense." come "revisionist," which he de- munist Chinese representation in
Mrs. Hazel D. Fitzgerald has fined as recognizing change and the. United Nations, Grant said
- been the house director of Beal new realities." He referred to a that while the State Department
Residence for the past several December, 1963, speech by former is "perfectly well aware that most1
years furnishing accommodations Assistant Secretary of Stare for of China is not on Taiwan," it is
C LANDMARK for the training for about 500 persons a month. Far Eastern Affairs Roger Hils- far from convinced that a United
e torn down February 1 to make She worries how these people man as "Department policy." Nations seat would "make China
building. Beal Hall was the site will be taken care of until the Mr. Hilsman's speech voiced more amenable to reason.1
d ambulatory care of patients. ambulatory care facility is created. hope that the new generation of "They have systematically re- I
- ----- Communist Chinese leaders would jected all disarmament proposals,
be more flexible and less bellicose. including the test ban treaty, ex-
"ti ooravnaeta neecp hi w, entd
nese, if they came into the UN,
on the terms they demand, might
completely ruin the few peace-
keeping mechanisms we have," lie
Communist China has insisted
that she replace the Republic of
China on the Security Council.
The demand that only Com-
munist China be represented in
the UN "is a very difficult view
for Communist China's advocates
to justify." he maintained. The
U.S. opposes any attempt to re-
place the Republic of China with
the Chinese Communists.
On the other hand, he said,'
"Communist China's access to the
new emerging forces in Africa,
Asia and Latin America nas been
limited due to the fact that it is
not in the UN. This means that
usually there is no diplomatic rec-
ognition, which means that China
cannot open her New China News
Agency in the country, or other-
wise propagandize the population.
Shows at 1-2:55-5:-7 & 9:10
LESLIE PARRISH and EDWARD EVERETT HORTON
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BEAL RESIDENCE, A HISTORI
of psychiatrists and nurses will be
way for a new medical science 1
of research in hyper-tension ani
It is to our advantae that there cept their own," he noted.
be evolution; unfortunately, the "In fact, the Communist Chi-
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The Law School has awarded
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Schoenbaum, who was awarded a Automation of Biomedical Data" 4 p.m.-Dept. of Anatomy will
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ternational legal studies, are cur- 4 p.m. - Dr. Oleg E. Viazov, 8 p.m.-John Osborne's "Luth-
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The five are: Robert 0. Bonges,
who was awarded a fellowship for
study in Belgium or France; Gor-
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Sweden and the United Kingdom.
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