Denial IIU students at City Hospital Part 2

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Denial IIU students at City Hospital Part 2 - HOSPITAL PRIVILEGES ARE DENIED TO STUDENTS : '...
HOSPITAL PRIVILEGES ARE DENIED TO STUDENTS : ' Continued from Page One. : . of health should have full control of the dispensary. Dr. Charles P. Emergen, dean of the Indiana university school of medicine, said today that the denial by the citv board of health of the privilege of medi cal students to attend the clinics at the city hospital was unfortunate and would be an Injury to the university, but In no wise would Injure the students of the college. college. The clinics st the Robert W. Long hospital will be open to the students, he said, ann they will receive full training as before. . , - ' Effect of Action. However. Dr. Emerson said the order of the board of health in regard to the city hospital privileges for students would be an Injury to the people of the city of Indianapolis and to the young medical teachers wbo sre seeking; to develop In their profession. About fifty teachers taught students at clinic and lectures at the city hospital In a year's time. Dr. Emerson Emerson said, and the - Urge number of teachers was poeslble on account of the fact that the students with privileges at the city hospital could be divided into small classes. The withdrawal of the city hospital privileges. Dr. Emerson said. wUl compel the university to organize Its students into larger clacses and the force of young teachers will be cut down. It Is to the benefit of the poor and the rich as well, he said, for the city to have facilities for the development of a large number of young physicians who depend on teaching as a means tor advancing themselves In their profession. Dr. Emerscn said that patients who are subjects of clinics are greatly benefited on account of the pains taken by teachers In demonstrating medical medical work before classes. Dr. Emerson said emphatically that the Indiana university school of medicine re - carded the action - of the Indianapolis board of health In regard to the dispensary dispensary and the city hospital as final. , ; Continuance of Service. The board of health, at a meeting this afternoon .' arranged for the continuance of dtspenssry service at the city hospital. Dr. A. 1 Marshall, present superintendent superintendent of the dispensary, will continue In ST - ilWilJLlli - - J I OOOD algman - Mctnlosh and Noblette, tha And 4 CIS ACM hiumi that capacity, and house physicians of the hospital are now carina for dispensary dispensary patient. Continued from Pags Ont. ' i '. ' The United 8tates satisfied Itself that the reiflstry was regular. . Secretary Lansing had before him today the protest of Itiehard O. Waener.. president president of the American Trans - Atlaiuic Steamship Company, owners of the Hocking, Hocking, syrunst the seizure. The UocklnK formerly belonged to Albert Albert Jensen, a Copenhagen Denmark coiil merchant, who named her Ihe Oronland. and when the ship was bought by Mr. Wagner his application for registry was at first refused and finally allowed on August August 10. after a long Investigation. . Dutch Ship Also Held. " - The United States la. of course, interested interested Incidentally In the selsure of the steamship Hamborn, along with the Hocking, but since tje Hamborn ts sailing sailing under the Dutch flaC. this government has not asked Ambassador Page Tor. an explanaUon of why that vessel was hKecrePtary Lansing said today that the United States note forwarded to Great Britain a weic ago by a messenger will be made public within a few days. The department hss hot yet ben advised of Us receipt in London, though the messen - gr Is now due there. PROTEST AGAINST SEIZURE " Owners of American Steamer Hocking Take Action. NEW TOF.K. November 1 A protest against the seizure of .the American steamer Hocking by a British . man - of - war, which carried hsr with a priie crew aboard Into Halifax, has been lodged with Secretary of State Lansing by Ilicbsrd G. Wagner, president of the ASKS GREAT BRITAIN TO EXPLAIN SHIP'S SEIZURE

Clipped from The Indianapolis News02 Nov 1915, TuePage 10

The Indianapolis News (Indianapolis, Indiana)02 Nov 1915, TuePage 10
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