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the old laundry into an isolation lies-
pitai (1098), small as it is, bus been
of inestimable value, lnot only in do-
outing greater safety to tile artds, bt
in teaching. Paienits with smlilpotx-
scarlet Cover diphthleria, mteaseles anti
even one of the pleat, bavteibeen safely
demontrated to the stuidentls, as they
could not have been in the basement'
previously used. The hobpital iiow lidsM
perhaps thceiiost eompillete lauiitry
plant in the state; aiid the heating of
all the buildiiigs it lone by a boile.r-
house specially for the hotsital. 'The
occupation of the western paviliton in
1901, whein the homettpathlic odeiart-
ment left this building for a nesw hos-'
pital in another part of the city, added
room for about ity more patients, be-
sides nmore rooms for laboratolries, aod
another amphitheater. Fitially ill190lO1
we Rond the Palmier ward atidtile
psychopathic hospital comlpltettd. 11
hospital now lias about 211 boilsin-
eluding three in the isolationllhospital.'
rWith the exception of the isolaltontl
hospital, the beds are filleildall the
time, with patients often waitings br
admiosion to the hospital. The mtsli-
cal, atrgical, gynecologic, and iiooro-j
logic. clinico have each laboratores
where the necessary diagnlostic scurs
can be done; the new btuildings give,
room for an X-ray al~llardltlO, anul as
place for the more thierto ugh use of1
water as a remedial agent.
A hospital that has not sants, ilows-
ever, is in a pierilousb stale;aid Ihe
tniversity hospital is far trout beinglo
ill that situatioii. birst of all musllt te
mlentionedI a nuiter itf new wa00s.
'The twii maini tavilitons sterccplannitd
for111 btds iiisteatioftiC 15 1 arty10101
in 1100. Tblis CO ills ilia,00ne1101d
are overfilled, adth iat frit lll tovet-
hasilitig anti repairs, so nof c;so\inyh
any place where nittcliwork, 0 beinlg-
done, are impossible' 5h11l10t1 over-tI
crowding lasts. 'The Palmeorcsward 0111
sycoplatbic hospuital still not 1relieve
this, nocrstill they imett anthettor trts.
sing wtunt. The dotoors acc still)ob-
ligetd to keep at coast tlotec' liolitOt
classes of Itatients,-that, is, 0.01 1011
belonging to thtree odifferent clitilco, in
esery warid. 't'h ittivotlves a coertain
amoutioef mintor unpleasatnescs, 011111.'
times,to tpatitents asnl ititerefeelce.
very seriotisly withstihe te'achintg.__ _ _ __.
Made of selected, velvet
tauned huckskiu, huilt on
i i n e s thlat still appeal
strongly to flhe players of
experieince is our No. 2XS.
It has nIo l pad, is
moide extra long iii the
wrist, is lined anld slightly
padded and stroiigly and
11urablly made thrttighout.
F OK SALE AT
Walirs Book Stores.
Sffice Hours:-12:30 stoG30and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-'
ager, 331 Packard Street.
April 5-4 p. in--Senior Lit class
April 088 p. m.-Y. M. C. A. banquet.
April 8-5 p.it. Lectttrtety Professor
Van Tyne ttn'A Canoe 'r'ripo Down
lie Daltile" at Sarah Caswell
April 19tDemocratic 01l10 electioln.
April 9-Woman's League Leap Year
There is a notice in today's issule 01
thte Dolly urginig men to come soit on
the cross coustry cilb runs. All nmen
who are iiterestedi in tilstance runi-
niig shiold get out, antisbhouldl start
right away sti as to gradtially work
lin condition. There is no better ex-
ercise at this time of the year than
long tilstance rutnning and everybody
should ttirn oult.
With the comntg of real spring
sweather it is noticeod that the oult odoor
sootk has started ini earnest. 'The
boseball squiad is out itracticing daily
aiid the tracko menu are practicing bard
for the meet at Pennsylvania. Michi-
gan stainds a gtottt show to w in a num-,
ber elf ploints at this meet. All the
menl are showing 11p well and mtich is
exipected of thlemi.
Eleven cottrses in forestry are of-
A study is bteing made iii one of the
classes iti political ectonomy at the
Iniversity of Michigan of the func-
tion and industrial services of the
'pomloter. During the itast six years
the itromoter bus been exceptionally
busy organizing the large intdtstrial
ctirporatitons. It is the aim of the stu-
dent in the above-mentioned course
to analyze the facto and discover the
place of the promoter in society and
to make an estimate of the valtie of
the service that he performs.
NOTICE-C.'C. C. MEN. Nt lrerolrht
Beglnnlng totday, the cross rooutlry tthIi t"-etola a
ruinners wIlltte edividled 1111no toltiir u l he olrht
sietns. The fast squtadi osill leave foito ThpddXJARV V l"V't
gymnasiuml at 4.15, the slootssquadllat a
4. ;0. All interosted inl distosce rotto
nug are tirgetd to conte out. ''Ihe tdistinctioni:ls iin
0. L.. WAI11, tiletdiffertncet
An enjoyable utot-date pecrfortmltnocc O P E 9
of mutdern ministrelsy, is promilsedo tooI
thoose whii attentd thelen1ltertainmenlt eteto1o. an
given by Golrdont's IMinstroeIsts Sot
While there may' be',tt a certainl ex-
tent, a similarity altogtt helo line of
all Minstrel iterfermances, the abtilityl
and personality of capable performiers
renders enjltyale a programe witieltill
less efcihenet hanids woutlolpr101015'
and uninterestinlg. Great cre' has
been exercised by Mlanager PearlinIl
selecting the btest artists, ondl patronls
are asstired of a thoroutghly refiocod
and pleasing performance at to' Athl-
ens Theatre on Tu~esdaly evenitig.
Irritated faces soothed
and healed. Williams'
bem~maIat aa NN ma mNO®Oa ®®® a®®® aaaeeNNNN1.
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THE STUJDNTS' LCTLJRE ASSOCIATION
THI~S SPACE BE[ONGS 1TUH
5. L. A.
7DIAN MI. 3IIABOLT, Mnsager
The First and Oniy Minstrels of the Season,
Oorton'& Famous MrINSRELISI
The Celebrated Crescent City Quartette,
Welby, Lee, Perle and Company in a Travesty on
"THE HEART OF MARYLAND " z
The Brothers Faron, Acrobatic Comedians,
Welby and Pearl, "Three Ages in Black" T
Jere Sanford, the Wonderful Impersonator,.
The Celebrated Mardo Brothers,+
The, Most Expensive Acrobatic Features in the World.
Watch for the Big Parade. Prices, 25, 35, 50 and MS
Friday, April 8th---"1A RUN ON THlE BANK.", I
AND A HOOT OR MERRY MERRYS
Season Tickets, $1.00 4t,~ Single Admission, 25c1
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