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V DAILY

Inberg Deplores Lack
'n in Medical Fields

r.

of medical manpower is
atest problem facing Amer-
edicne, Albert C. Fursten-
tan of the Medical School,
terday at the annual meet-
the eastern division of the
an Hospital Accountants.
ggested a nationwide pub-
tions program to inform
ple of the shortage of men
ping, research and patient
he current major problems
re: 1) lack of medical man-
especially in medical edu-
and basic sciences, 2) lack
mate budgets for medical
on, 3) need for "research,
and trained personnel in
atal health field, 4) similar
n chronic disease and re-
tion and 5) preventative
e.
ned Schools Behind
the population increase in
3 from 140,000,000 in 1940
000,000, medical schools
fund it impossible to keep
th the rapid need for more
es the population factor,
ople are going to the doc-
,n did 17! years ago. Im-
diagnostic procedures, .so-
"wonder-drugs," develop-
.radioactive isotopes, simi-
ical improvements and the
improvement of- living
ds have contributed to the
d number of medical visits.

"While demand on the practi-
tioner's, time :increases, 'propor-
tionately fewer students are going
into the basic sciences-pharma-
cology, bacteriology, biological
chemistry, and others-to provide
the necessary teaching staffs for
our medical schools," Dr.. Fursten-
berg added.
Not 'Enough : gResearch
Not enough basic research is
being done as a result, he con-
tinued:' Although basic strides are
being made at controlling a disease
like cancer, the causes of the di-
sease are not known.
Dean Furstenberg suggested that
the medicaldprofession take upon
itself the financing of funds for
sapital outlay, eucation, research
equipment, and recruitment and1
training of research per onnel.
"If each doctor in the United
States gave $100 4 uyear tohis
alma mater, medical education
would have in the neighborhood of
$18,000,000 a year.
This would be, by 1954 earnings
($16,000 a year), only .63 of 1 per
cent of his net income," the dean
said.
To obtain the public support,
Dr. 'Furstenberg said, "We must
take the public into our confidence.
They, must be told the needs of
medical eductalon, and that it Is
up to' them to Help meet these
needs. We are dealing with _ a
threat to the future health of our
nation."

FREDERICK HOUSE:
Women Now Living in South Quad
By JAMES BOW
Changes are taking place in
South Quadrangle. Women have
moved in, and presently the pic-
ture looks peaceful, even pretty.
There is less sprawling. in the4,F
lounges. The halls are bright,
swept, and perfumed. Feminine"
faces appear at the mailboxes, in
the lobby, and in the dining halls.
Women have taken over the
lower half of Taylor House and
have named it Frederick, the first
name of the residence hall's
namesake. Frederick House occu-
pies floors 1R and 2R. In case
any men students care to follow
these directions, they will be met
with sore disappointment. On all
doors on 1R and 2R, in black let-
ters large enough to read, appear
the words, "Women Only."pe
Some Humorous Incidents ..s

Union Films
Monday morning quarterbacks
will have new grist for their mills
this year.
The former Monday night
"Quarterback" films sponsored by
the Union have been moved up to
Sunday night this year due to
faster film processing. They will
be shown after every home game.
Further details will be an-
nounced later.

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Some men can't read, it seems,
and according to Marjorie Shook,
'59, Frederick House president,
there have been some humorous
incidents.
She explained that one evening
Lila Beck, house resident director,
was checking the women out. She
heardstrange voices, male voices,
and wondered.
Miss Beck could see no men, but
looked in the hall. There were
three men students walking down
the corridor. Evidently, Miss
Shook explained, the men did,not
realize the Frederick House was
a women's dormitory.
Stopped by Student
Miss Shook was stopped in the
South Quad lobby by a male stu-
dent a few days ago. He explained
that in. his former room on the
second floor he had left some
things.
"Lift off the bottdm drawer,"
he directed, "and please get my
hat and a lamp." The student
obligingly supplied a screw driver
for the operation.
Miss Shook explained that there
were "lots of problems to solve" in
starting Frederick House. She is
the only student in the house who
has been at the University in pre-
vious years; all other women in
the house are newcomers.
30 Freshmen
There are 30 freshmen and 41
transfer students living in Fred-
erick House.;
"So far the men in South Quad-
rangle have been perfect hosts.
Between the two groups, most of
the problems have been solved,"
Miss Shook added.
She said that Frederick House
has been "very socially accepted.

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HOME FIRES BURN-Student takes a match to fireplace in
South Quadrangle's East Lounge, gathering spot for Frederick
House and men students. Above, men and women students spend
social hours studying and talking in the quiet lounge.

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We've already had our first mixer
with Wenley House.
Present Cigars
Wenley presented each resident
of Frederick House with' a cigar
banded with "It's a girl."
The history of Frederick House
began this summer. Drake Duane,
'58, Inter-House Council presi-
dent, explained that he received
a call at his home in Detroit Aug.
14.
"The University needed more
room for women's housing," he

See the New Type, Tiny,
Plastic, Invisible, Fluidless
CONTACT LENSES

said. Various plans were sug-
gested, and Prof. Lionel H. Laing
of, the political science depart-
ment suggested the plan which
would make Frederick House out
of the lower part of Taylor House.
Move to Markley
As soon as the new Mary Mark-
ley Hall is completed, women will
move from Frederick House to
the new house on the hill.
Duane said that the original
feeling about Frederick House was
"apprehension." Men students
who had already signed up for
lower floors of Taylor House had
to be moved out.
Letters were sent out to the
Taylor men, and they were as-
signed to rooms on the upper
floorA.

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Been hit by a flying screen, a-
sailing platform or located your
foot in the bottom of a cement
bucket that was lying, on the Fine
Arts Museum steps?
Art lovers will have to tolerate
this for approximately six more
weeks, then all afflictions will un-
doubtedly heal, for the unveiling
of the spectacular new museum
interior will be disclosed to the
University campus.
Engineers, dreamers of outer
space, of modern art, adventure
and beauty will follow the present
art lovers through the tall columns
into the museum entrance around
November 5 like the mice led by
the Pied Piper.
From the first step past the

entrance, adventurers will step to
platforms of different levels pass-
ing art displays up to a balcony
filled with additional cultural and
contemporary work.
No more will mother hubbard
have an enormous yet empty lobby
to introduce the works of art
located on the museum's balcony;
now she will dream she is dancing
in a modern museum.
Trips to Mexico in the future
through visiting speakers, semi-
nars, and exhibitions planned by
the art museum which may be
partly displayed in the undergrad-
uate library where the museum has
acquired additional exhibition
space in the lobby.

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