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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 2i 295R

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KRESGE MEDICAL LIBRARY:
Medical Illustration DepartmentPresents Exhibit

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Course size will be limited to
three or four members, Dr. Hodge
continued, because special atten-
tion will be given to each student.
They wil be trained in technical
medical art.
"In order to enter the class,
students will be required to have
a high degree of artistic ability
and an interest in the sciences,"
Dr. Hodge said.
Preliminary classes will include
anatomy, physiology, medical pho-
tography, medical television pro-
gramming and a course in casting
and molding of display models.
"In the future, we would also
like to give instructions to doctors
who are preparing their own,
books," Dr. Hodge asserted.
New Field
Comparatively a new field, med-
ical illustration was introduced
into the United States by Max
Brodel, who started a department
at John Hopkins Hospital in Mary-
land.
"The University is fortunate to

host one of the largest depart-
ments in the country which in-
cludes medical photography and
medical illustration," Dr. HodgeE
remarked.
There are five other medical
illustration departments in the
United States. These are at John
Hopkins School of Medicine, Uni-
versity of Illinois, Southwestern
University in Dallas, Massachu-
setts General Hospital and the
Rochester School of Art.
Suicide Probe
William Leon Bryan of Webster
Township died yesterday of in-
juries suffered in a traffic acci-
dent when his car rammed into a
large tree on Baker Rd. in Scio
Township.
The possibility that Bryan de-
liberately drove his car into thel
tree to take his own life is being
probed by area officials.

Many of the nation's larger'
banks will be using automated this magnetic imprinting does not and ready for fully-automatic pro-
check handling and bookkeeping require elaborate printing equip- cessing." Dean Willard C. Olson of the
s ment but can be done, for ex- Even so, he concluded, "It Schol of Education will attend
yesi ample, with ordinary typewriters.ih seems t ome to be particularly im- the 4th Inter-American Congress
fiv yankrs ar freceny of Mc the amount would be printed as a portant at this time for smaller of Psychology at the University of
gnbankers heard recently at the! the asmk sr tat heh
University. first step in the proof and sorting banks to make sure that, wheth- Puerto Rico. Dec. 26-30.
er mechanized or not, they are
Duane Watts, associate director operation. as efficient as they can be made He will present a paper on
of management advisory services All. subsequent operations could, to be. While mechanization has "Generalizations in Human De-
for Price, Waterhouse & Co., Bos- in theory at least, be done com- often been the way to reduced velopment That Transcend Cul-
ton, said magnetic ink will be used -letely automatically both by the costs, it is also true that most or- tures." Dean Olson is Immediate
to iprin infrmaion n chcksganizations with paper-work prob-
processed with automated equip- bank first handling the check and n ans fid potential pavng past president of the organization
ment, eliminating many of the by all others handling it, including withican the framework oftential ix- and a member of the board of
manual sorting operations now finally the bank on which it was fisting manual systems." directors
necessary in check handling. drawn. _sting _man__.__sytems.'_directr_
Small Banks

Explanatio
ion "In this respect the smaller
Explaining how such an auto- banks will have some advantagel
mated system would work, he said: since the large proportion of their!
"The first bank handling each checks which clear initially
check would Imprint the dollar through large banks will be. re-
amount, in magnetic form. Since turned with amounts imprinted
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MEDICAL HIGHLIGHTS - Featured at the Kresge Medical
Library through January is the exhibit "Techniques of Scientific
Illustration."

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By MARCIA THOMAS

Tucked into a dark corner of
University Hospital is a small
group of very important people
who comprise the medical illustra-
tions department.
The department's function is to
construct charts, drafts and other
illustrations used in medical ex-
hibitions and books.
An example of their work is
presented in "Techniques of Scien-
tific Illustrations," a current ex-
hibit at the Kresge Medical Li-
brary. Organized by, the medical
illustration department, it features
anatomical, specium, surgical and
zoological illustrations.
"Working with carbon pencil, ink
and colors, the artists have illus-
trated stages of birth, human'
skulls, salamander and internal
structures of the human body.
Contributors from the medical
illustration department are Mary

Lou Cummings, Rhoda Lopea and
Dr. Gerald P. Hodge, director of
the department. Others are Jo-
anna Berger and David Sterrett of
the anatomy department, and
William L. Brudon of the zoology
museum.
Miss Berger and Sterrett's illus-
trations will appear in a book by
Prof. Russell T. Woodburne also
of the anatomy department. Pre-
liminary plans concerning offer-
ing a degree in medical illustration
are now being discussed.
"The program will not go into
effect' for a couple of years," Dr.
Hodge said. "We have to wait
until we get sufficient room.
"We hope to present a regular
degree program to post graduate
students," he added, "offering
either a Bachelor of Science or
Master's degree in medical illus-
tration."

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