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Minority groups at the Medical School protested the planned elimination of the school's minority admissions subcommittee, fearing the move might result in a drop in minority acceptances in the future. Dr. Oglesby Paul '38, director of admissions for the Med School, attempted to allay the fear that climination of the subcommittee would damage the school's affirmative action program. "We're not changing the goals, we're changing the way they're handled." Paul said. Dr. Robert H. Ebert, former dean of the Med School, said the move would not necessarily mean a decrease in minority acceptance. "Although it could mean that," he added.

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