The Third Floor
Robert
C.
Ritter, Ph.D., Assoc. Dean of Preclinical Ed.,
au,
1968
A
lmost everything that's
been said about the
second floor goes for the
third floor,
too-and then some.
Like the second floor, the third
floor also has a lot of instructors.
Instructors are an odd bunch.
Some of them are D.O.'s who get
a kick out of teaching transients
medical arts
&
crafts. Instructors
who aren't D.O.'s are called
"Pee­
aytch-dees".
They take their work
(whatever it is) very seriously.
Their brains are brimming with
facts and too much Dopamine.
They like to give tests to
transients. They like it so much,
they do it for a living. What
some folks won't do for a buck!
John
T.
Baker, D.O., Dir. of Postdoctoral Ed.
&
Practice, Chicago,
1943
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Loren
G.
Martin, Ph.D., Dir. of Medical
Ed . and Prof. of Physiology, Indiana
Univ.,
1969
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