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Doctor In The House (1946)

`There you are ! He remembers the present senior physicians when they were students themselves-and a pretty rowdy crowd, by all accounts. There was the incident of Loftus introducing a carthorse into the Matron's bedroom ...'
The Padre chuckled loudly.
`That was a real night, sir ! Nothing like it happens any more, worse luck.'
`Well look at the beer you sell now,' said Grimsdyke reproachfully. `Anyhow,' he went on to me, `this pub is now as indispensable a part of the hospital as the main operating theatre.'
`But why the Padre?' I asked cautiously.
`Oh, it's a custom started by the housemen. One can say in front of patients "I'm popping out to Chapel at six this evening" without causing alarm, whereas a poor view might be taken by the old dears if they got the idea their doctors drank. Besides, the old boy has a not unclerical function. He's a sort of father confessor, Dutch uncle, and Dr Barnardo to the boys sometimes-you'll find out about it before you've been here much longer.'
I nodded acknowledgement for, the information. For a minute we drank our beer in silence.
`There's just another thing,' I began.
`Speak on, my dear old boy. I am always too glad to give what help I can to new students. After all, I have been one myself now five times.'
I pointed silently at the shiny brass helmet.
'Ah, yes, the sacred helm of St Swithin's by God ! Feared and coveted in every medical school in London. You must learn about that before you go any further. How it got there, no one knows. It's been the property of the rugger club for

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