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of the future wiff 'Jive no medicine,
but wiff intereJt hiJ patientJ in the care of the human /,.ame ... and in the cauJe and prevention of diJeaJe. "
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TO ADVANCE THE FRONTIERS OF KNOWLEDGE
• te114e1-J~ip TO GUIDE THE MARCH HUGH B. LOGAN MEMORIAL BUILDING
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I To Dr. Hugh B. Logan belongs the honor of having demonstrated the importance of the mechanical factors of the human spine and their part in producing curvature and balance of the spinal column. Years of study, research, and experience enabled Dr. Logan to devise Basic Technique to correct disease and pain-producing curvatures. The Logan Basl.c College of Chiropractic, founded to give students a thorough Chiropractic education, as well as to train them in Dr. Logan's discoveries, stands today as an enduring memorial to his wisdom . . . a living monument to his ideals and service in the cause of human health.
HUGH B. LOGAN Founder
Dr. Vinton F. Logan assumed the presidency of Logan College in 1944. He has ever striven to maintain the high scholastic standards established by his father, and has also devoted himself to the unification and advancement of the Chiropractic profession ... winning a national reputation through his extensive speakingtours. Known for his sincere, personal interest in every student, Dr. Logan's chief aim is to see that every graduate of the college will be a credit both to his profession and to his school.
VINTON F. LOGAN President
In accordance with the original plan of Dr. Hugh B. Logan, the curriculum of Logan College is designed to provide all students with the well-rounded scientific background a nd highly specialized knowledge of Chiropractic technique which will enable them to take their place among the foremost members of the profession. Furthermore, the student receives additional ben efits which a college like Logan can offer . . . periodical physical examinations and Chiropractic adjustme nts to keep him always at his best.
The logic and harmony of the Logan curriculum become increasingly evident to the student as the semesters of study pass by. Steadily his knowledge of scientific fact increases under the careful guidance of his instructors. As a senior, he spends hour after hour with patients in the school clinic, gaining all of the experience, confidence, and skill required for a successful independent practice.
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ANATOMY HISTOLOGY EMBRYOLOGY ORTHOPEDY NEUROANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY DIAGNOSIS PATHOLOGY PEDIATRICS DERMATOLOGY HYGIENE FIRST AID CHEMISTRY INORGANIC ORGANIC BIOLOGICAL
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URINALYSIS HEMANALYSIS TOXICOLOGY DIETETICS OBSTETRICS GYNECOLOGY CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY TECHNIQUE OFFICE PROCEDURE JURISPRUDENCE PSYCHOLOGY TERMINOLOGY BACTERIOLOGY ROENTGENOLOGY TECHNIQUE INTERPRETATION I · -··----
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Seventeen acres of rolling countryside, the beauty of spacious lawns, rich groves of verdant shrubbery, and towering oaks that spread shade and serenity throughout the grounds . . . the campus of Logan College. The Logan campus, located in one of the more prosperous residential suburbs of St. Louis, offers all of the seclusion and space conducive to scholastic achievement.
Pride of the campus is the new Hugh B. Logan Memorial Clinic, a triumph of modern architectural design, superlatively equipped to provide students with every opportunity to master the practical application of
Chiropractic principles. A bright, modern cafeteria occupies the north wing of this building, where simple but satisfying meals are prepared. To many students, however, the symbol of the Logan campus is "Old Main", the dignified, white frame mansion in which the college began, and which still houses some classrooms, and a men's dormitory. In many ways this building seems to typify the friendly, sincere and generous spirit which has always been associated with the college.
~tut/eh t ActilJit~ ...... The student who enters Logan discovers that a wide variety of social activities will be at his disposal. The school recognizes his need for wholesome recreation to keep him at his bsst mentally ... Freshman Week at Logan is not a period of rough "hazing" as at some schools. Instead, it is devoted to goodnatured fun, designed to help adjust the new student to campus life and promote good fellowship.
Students with a taste for sports can join the basketball and softball teams which the college sponsors in the St. Louis Municipal League, or participate in the fun of intramural sports. There's never a lack of good times to be discussed when students pause for refreshment in the canteen between classes ... After classes, during the warm months, students and their families have fun and exercise in our pool, located right in the middle of the campus.
Many dances are given throughout the school year ... the Freshman Get-Acquainted Dance, the Graduation Dance, the Junior Prom, the annual Convention Dance ... club and class dances too!
A majority of Logan students defray a portion of the cost of their education through part-time jobs. Student employment is encouraged to the utmost by the administration, which has long recognized the value of such work to the student. Many forms of profitable employment may be found on the campus itself, such as landscape gardening, building maintenance, or office work. Considering the many vocational opportunities offered by residential and commercial districts in the vicinity of the school, no Logan student need be denied the right to assist himself through college.
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Logan College believes the moral
of its students
to be just as important as their intellect~dl- and social development. The school endeavors to stimulate "their growth into men of integrity, well fitted for the responsibilities of life. Ever a friend to students is the student faculty adviser. He offers friendly assistance to students confronted with personal problems. Character building is also stressed by campus organizations, such as the Toastmasters' Club, devoted to training poised and confident speakers, and the American Legion Post, dedicated to supporting the enduring principles of democracy.
Photos, St. Louis Chamber of Commerce
~11i1tt JcuiJ MUNICIPAL OPERA
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MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL
MUNICIPAL ART MUSEUM
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WINTER SPORTS ARENA
St. Louis, "the gateway to the West", once famed as a
on the blue lagoons of Forest Park from its home on beau-
great trading center in the days of steamboats on the Mis-
tiful Art Hill. On the rolling, wooded acreage of this huge
sissippi ... now a thriving modern metropolis . . . known
park may also be found the St. Louis Zoo, a public golf
for its many churches and libraries, as well as for its indus-
course, the Jewel Box with its amazing floral displays, the
trial power. For the sports fan, St. Louis offers the excite-
Jefferson Memorial Museum, and the world famous M_u-
ment of major league baseball, plus professional hockey,
nicipal Opera ... music under the stars throughout the
basketball, and soccer teams. Cultural treasures of the
summer months. And all the resources of this great city
city include the second oldest symphony orchestra in the
for entertainment and inspiration are at the doorstep of
nation, annual seasons of grand opera and ballet, and the
those fortunate persons who pursue their studies at Logan
city Art Museum of national renown, which looks down
College! Photos, St. Louis Chamber o! Commerce
A LOOK TO THE FUTURE
"Whal doed if profit one lo gain fhe whole world, i/ in do
doing- he /oded hid health and normal long-evil'!?"
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