Help for Sagorsky Slow, Students Say
Claverly students who telephoned to Stillman Infirmary for medical aid just before the recent death of Harvey M. Sagorsky '57 have charged that no help arrived for at least 40 minutes.
"The nurse who answered thought at first that Sagorsky was drunk, so she spent a lot of time getting me to describe his symptoms and spell his name," Ronald W. Tatum '57 said yesterday, "Several other calls were made, but it was at least 40 minutes before the Infirmary sent us a doctor," he added.
Dana L. Farnsworth, director of the University Health Service, said that help had been sent as soon as possible. "The boy died after 11 p.m.," Farnsworth said, "and Dr. Wilkins and I both arrived around midnight,"