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Professor of Medicine and Clinical Medicine.
DESSIE B. ROBERTSON, D.DSc., M.D.,
MARTIN E. MILES, M.D., Boulder.
RICHARD W. CORWIN, M.D., LL. D., Pueblo.
CHAS. B. LYMAN, M.D., Denver.
JOHN M. FOSTER, M.D., Denver.
OSCAR P. JOHNSTON, M.S., M.D., Boulder.
EDWARD JACKSON, A.M., M.D., Denver.
WILLIAM P. HARLOW, M.D., Boulder. Associate Professor of Physical and Clinical Diagnosis. OSCAR M. GILBERT, M.D., Boulder. Associate in Clinical Medicine.
WILLARD J. WHITE, M.A., M.D., Longmont.
HOWARD F. RAND, M.D., Boulder,
JACOB CAMPBELL, M.D., Boulder,
M. F. LIBBY, PH. D.,
ARTHUR L. KENNEDY, B.A., M.D., Denver. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Therapeutics.
E. B. TROVILLION, M.D., Boulder.
JOHN A. RUSSELL, M.D., Boulder,
Laboratory Instructor in Minor Surgery and Bandaging.
Assistant to the Chair of Obstetrics.
W. A. JOLLY, M.D., Boulder,
W. G. A. SCHULTE, B.A.
GIDEON S. DODDS, M. A.
The next term begins September 10th, 1906.
Examinations for admission will be held September 10th, beginning at 9 o'clock. For additional information, address the secretary, Martin E. Miles, M. D., Boulder, Colorado.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION.
A certificate of moral character must be presented from two physicians of the state in which the applicant last resided.
Students are admitted either on satisfactory examination by a superintendent of public instruction in the required subjects, or on the certificate of the Principal of the State Preparatory School, or of an accredited High School.
No examinations for admission are held by any one connected with this University.
Certificates from schools not accredited will be considered as the merits of each case may warrant.
It is the intention of the University that every matriculant shall have taken a thorough course of four years in a good High School, or shall present the equivalent thereof.
Tuition is $52 per year. This is payable upon entering the school. A laboratory deposit of $5.00 is required.
MEDICINE AND SCIENCE-O. M. Gilbert, M. D..............
MEDICAL ETHICS-F. E. Waxham, M. D.....
BLACKWATER FEVER-REPORT OF A CASE—James R. Arneill,
University of Colorado Medical Bulletin
Published Quarterly by the University of Colorado.
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MEDICINE AND SCIENCE
By Dr. O. M. Gilbert, Boulder, Colo.
At the recent meeting of the International Congress of Arts and Sciences at the St. Louis Exposition Prof. T. Clifford Allbutt of the University of Cambridge, used these words: "It is our duty to contemplate the unity of medicine, to forcast its developments as a connected whole and to conceive a rational ideal of its means and ends. But this large and prophetic vision of medicine we can not attain without a thoughtful study of its past. If as from a height we contemplate the story of the world, not its pageants for in their splendor our eyes are dimmed, but the gathering, propagation and ordination of its forces. whence they sprang and how they blend this way and that to build the ideas and institutions of men; we may wonder at their creative activity or weep over the errors and the failures, the spoliation and the decay which have marred or thwarted them; and if we contemplate not the whole but some part of men's sowing and men's harvest, such part as medicine, the keener is our sorrow and disappointment or our joy and our hope, as we admire the great ends we have attained, or dwell upon the loss and suffering which have darkened the way." "In the development of medicine," said Helmholtz, "there lies a great lesson on the true. principles of scientific progress."
It has been said that in the progress of human knowledge a science in it's earliest and simplest form is usually a mere collection of observed facts like the knowledge of the movements of the heavenly bodies possessed by the ancient Egyptians. The next step is to correlate or gener