Y, MARCH 9, 1912.
Internships in the More Im-
portant Hospitals Appor-
tioned to Seniors
APPOIN TMEiNTS ARE SCATTERED.
The recent r
south pole by
Robert F. Scot
orrow Hospital, Dayton
rative University Hospi
Y. M. George R. Irving,
a" by al, Providence, B
SNew- and Harry A. TE
11 tomorrow morning at 9:30
Classes are just beginning,
)ne wishing may enroll.
SONIAN SOCIETY WILL
) POLITICAL CONVENTION,.
onian debating society has
d a mock Democratic conven-
ie program for Saturday even-
e names of the several party
es will be presented by differ-
bers of the society in five min-
. Opportuinity for supporting
and a general discussion will
Prof. Miggett to Speakn Jackson.
Prof. W. L. Miggett of the engineer-
ing ;shops wH speak to- the Trades
Council in Jackson on "Vocational
Training" in one of the churches to-
morrow. The pastor of-the church is
a member of one of the unions.
DRUIDS PROVIDE REWARD FOR
CAMPUS BASKETBALL CHAMPS
Druids, the senior literary society,
has. provided another silver plate for
the permanent basketball shield, which
was placed in Waterman gym two
years ago by the society. The names
of the men of this year's championship
team, will be engraved on the plate
at the conclusion of the series of gam-
es now running.
Butte, Mont.; Harry N. Kerns and
Homer A. Ramsdell, Southern Pacific
Railway Hospital, San Francisco, Cal.;
Harold I. Lillie, University Hospital,
Otolaryngology; Fred M. Loomis, Uni-
versity Hospital, Obstetrics and Gyne-
cology; Carey McCord, Research work
with Park Davis and Co.,, Detroit,
Mich.; Wyllys A. Manthei, Copper
Range Hospital, Tri Mountain, Mich.;
Lyman J. Pinney, and Gordon H. Yeo,
Calumet and Heckla Hospital, Calu-
met, Mich.; William E. Powell, Roches-
ter General Hospital, Rochester, N. Y.;
John S. Reardon, St. Elizabeth's Hos-
pital, Dayton, 0.; Howard C. Rock-
well, Mine position with Dr. Abrams,
Hancock, Mich.; C. S. Smith, Miami,
Valley Hospital, Dayton, 0.; B. R.
Sleeman,, and O. Stillwell, Northern
Pacific Hospital, Brainerd, Minn.; D.
V. Smith, University Hospital; R. H.
Stieve, Youngstown Hospital, Youngs-
town, 0.; William A. Stoops, Univer-
sity Hospital, Surgery; John J. Walch,
St. John's Hospital, Springfield, Ill.;
John Wenger, U. B. A. Hospital, Grand
Rapids, Mich.; Harold W. Wiley, St.
Luke's Hospital, Chicago, Ill.; Frank-
wood E. Williams, University Hospital,
Psychopathic ward; Augustus B. Stew-
art, New York Charity Hospital, Black-
well's Island, N. Y.; R. L. Benedict,
University Hospital, Ophthalogy.
Stewart, who is named in the above
list, secured a position at the New
York Charity Hospital after taking a
difficult competitive examination. A
Michigan student has won out for this
place for the past five years.
Those seniors whose names do not
appear above are going into regular
practice immediately after gradua-
make the affair t.
of the year, hav
those in charge.
tained from me
With one ex
March has bee.
filled the Galen
dinner that will
centuries of sti
into her own,
has sought a 1
obscurity to wi
laws of mutatil
held by the senior
vy afternoon, P. H.
lass poet, and A. R.
Ids Monthly Meeting
ns of pr
e uniWn. wa" Such an epidemic of stealing has
or and cider and been 'prevalent at the University of
d. The consti- Nebraska lately that students are tak-
the University ing their overcoats to the class rooms,
., and will be being afraid to leave them in the cloak