p but tinmle and energies are
might'- be saved by medical.
3at Ann Ar-
Act of Con-
There are also many students who
do not seek medical advice for slight+
ailments because they have here no
"family physician." They know no
physician. There is no place for them
to go where they feel they belong and
will receive sympathetic care. These,
also suffer in silence and risk the se'-
If every student in the university
paid an annual fee of one dollar uni-I
versity physicians could be maintained
whose services would be constantly
available to the entire, student b~ody.
A student would then have an oppor-
tunity to secure advice without addi-
tional cost. The great German univer-
sities have long maintained such a sys-
tem with admirable results. Many of
the leading American universities have
adopted a similar plan.
Mi~chigan should care for the phiys.
!cal well being of her students.
It has been estimated that an annual
fee of two dollars, which every student
would be required to pay as he would
tuition, 4would maintain an infirmary
as well -as give the office services of
university physicians. This would pro-
vide protection and care as complete as
the advancement of medical science
I318 South State
Fo r 'Y
E x c
rthly of serious con-
d by carefully pla n-
osals, and action
0 HUNDRED VIEW'S
[APAN AWILL JBE $110 WX.
rated lecture on "Japana,"
ivered in the Cercle Fran-
this evening at 7:30, under
s of the Cosmopolitan club
indred views will be thrown
een depicting interesting
FULLER & I
RY 20, 1912
In commenting on tl
he university whistling, screeching and thro
by ill health peanuts, formerly a well-kno'
causes is a ture, are now being done away
'ce be ques- The dedicatory ceremony for1
we find men mal opening of the universityL
lves to their was held in University hall.
Lid their energies
aired. The Uni-
to prevent these
is no organized
,udents to better
or protect their
FIFTEEN YEARS .AGO TODAY.
It was decided to donate the surplus
funds from the junior hop to the use of
the Athletic association.
In a mythical football eleven, to be
~composed of the eleven college presi-
dents who were in conference at Mad-
ison, the Wisconsin State Journal plac-
ed President James 13. Angell in the
Th~e Student Council of the Ulniversi-
ty of Washington voted unanimously
in favor of adopting the graduate
;s of students that can
the physician's fees. A
h~e is allowed to devel-
erious ailment because
snot feel that he can
fee that would bring
nothing more serious
Evening Dress Fixings
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