NOVEMBER 8, BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRE1 .1*07 CHS QUEEV — Miss Bunnle Van Ausdall, a 16- year-old senior, was crowned Varsity Queen at Caruthersville High School. Pictured with Queen Bunnie are her alternates and their escorts. The girls (from the left) are: Sue Cole, freshman; Sue Ba- der, junior; Miss Van Ausdall; Janie Hundhausen, senior; Patty Sawyer, sophomore. Football boys (from ihe left) were: Jack Streete, Bob Bartholomew, Bill Watkins. Jim Leslie and Barry Trainor. (Photo by Sanders) Surgeons Tell How Plastic Pump Helped Save Man By ALTON L. BLAKESLEE , Associated Press Science Reporter CHICAGO (AP) — Surgeons today told of a medical miracle, and the part played by simple new artificial lung. ' ; It began with the horrible moment when a steel worker was crushed by a locomotiv against a stone wall. He was a big man, broadshouldered, weighing 235 pounds. 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Yet he was crushed by the monstrous machine into a space only eight inches wide. Worse, he was slowly rolled into that tight area. ribs and bones splintered. He had 35 fractures of 20 ribs, breast bone, clavicles and pelvic bones broken, internal organs injured. .Surgeons and doctors met him at the hospital door. He was unconscious, so badly hurt "it Eeemed he had absolutely no reason to survive," said Dr. Edward E. Avery. Modern aids of medicine and surgery flew to his defense. But with his crushed chest, even if he could begin breathing normally, the motion would prevent knitting of the wired-up bones of his broken ribs. Told by Inventor The simple new lung gave the answer. The story was described to the American College of Surgeons yesterday 'by Dr. E. T Morch, inventor of the lung; Dr. Avery and Dr. p. W. Benson of Northwestern Medical School and the University of Chicago Clinics. The man recovered .and is back: at work. The Inner is helping polio victims, people with injured chests, patients in breathing troubles after surgery or for other causes. •Dr. Morch's MIIIET did the breath- Ing for a month day and night for the crushed man. It blew air gently into his lungs, then let it escape. The man's own breathing muscles stopped working, his motionless ribs could knit. The ne lung is a transparent plastic box, two feet wide, three feet long, a foot high .It can be shoved under a bed. Tube in Throat \A motor-driven piston pumps air through a tube and valve in pulses, like normal breathing. The air enters through a tube inserted at the .throat into the trachea or air-tube of the lungs. The throat, tube is necessary if the artificial lun^ is going to do a person's breathing for days. For snorter periods, the tube can more simply be put into the nose or mouth. Swivels in the metal part of the throat tube permit the person to move his head, lie on his sides or back, have lull range of movement. Advantages are that it is comfortable, unlike the tight . collar needed on an iron lung: that the patient can move, avoiding bed sores from lying only on his back: he can be car for as easiJv as any ordinary patient. Dr. Morch said. The lung has only two levers for adjusting air Ifow speed and volume. If electric power fails, the piston can be pumped by hand Dr. Morch estimates that production manufacture, .would make it cost $500 to SI.000, a third the price of iron lungs. The medical team said they had not found any difficulty from over- ventilation with the lung. That is, supplying too much air and up> setting the acid-alkali balance of the body. The lung breathed for days for a young girl, paralyzed "up to her ears" by polio. She recovered completely, and now is taking rhumba lessons, Dr. Morch said. Cream makes the finest margarine •-AND ONLY CREAMO HAS IT Homemade Sub Is Christened LONG BEACH, Calif. I* — A homemade submarine was christened with champagne and launched yesterday. 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