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REGENTS PROVWDE DISPENSARY
FOR USE OF STUDENT BODY.
(Continued from page 1.)
each of the several faculties and the
university physician.
An assistant to the university physi-
cian is to be employed to minister to
the needs of those students who prefer
homeopathic treatment. The appoint-
ment is to be made upon the recom-
mendation of the dean of the homeo-
pathic department.
Authorize Contagious Disease Hospital
The hospital for the care of con-
tagious diseases is now assured by ac-
tion taken at the regent's meeting. The
building fund, amounting to $25,000
will be realized from a bond issue for
the purpose which was authorized by
the city of Ann Arbor. The necessary
equipment will be installed at the ex-
pense of the university. The adminis-
trative direction of the new hospital
will be assumed by the university hos-
pital.
The site for the edifice will be lo-
cated on Fuller street on ground do-
nated for the purpose by the city. An
entrance for ambulance iservice will
open on Fuller street, and another en-
trance leading from the university hos-
pital, will be made to afford private
egress to students and attendants of
the hospital.
Diseases to be treated in- the hos-
pital are those which in the opinion of
the city health officers and physicians
should be isolated. Students admitted
to the hospital suffering from a con-
tagious malady will be exempted as far
as possible from being used as clinical
material, and all patients may have the
care of their own physicians.
The new hospital will prove a valua-
ble addition to the medical department
for the study of contagious diseases.
Students from both the department of
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
All fresh pharmics meet Monday af-
ternoon at 4:30. 303 chemical build-
ing.
Band meet at McMillan hall at 1:00
o'clock today. Wear uniforms.
Alpha Nu will not hold its regular
meeting this evening.
Kalamazoo club will meet Monday
evening at 7:30 in room 101 North
Wing.
..More good things come to those who
go after them. Huyler's agency, 214
Main St. 40
When in doubt you can make no mis-
take if you send a box of Huyler's. 40
If Michigan Wins today and of course
they will, remember we have a stock
of cow bells and horns for celebration.
H. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State. 40
Bunting in Michigan and Cornell
colors, 5 cents per yard at Mack & Co.
35-40
Rent Grangers for your private par-
ties. Rentals at a big reduction over
previous years. 37-41
Full Dress Tuxedo, and Prince Al-
bert Suits for Hire. Whittington Co.,
244 Woodward Ave., Detroit. e o d
Bring in you dull razor blades to be
sharpened. Satisfaction guaranteed.
H. L. Switzer Co. 310 State St. tf
We are never undersold. Goodyear
Drug Store.*- 2 tf
Found-Ladies brown alligator hand-
bag in U. Hall. Call Bie, 243-J. 514
Clever Court. 40
Lost---A silver Michigan seal off watch
fob. Finder please call 825-L. 40

WANTED
Wanted-Two general admission seat
tickets together for tod'ay's game;
either side. Phone 909, McAlpine.
Wanted-Student Barber to work
spare hours. Liberal pay. Call 802
S. State or phone Bell 1483. tf
FOR ENT

SIDNEY

medicine and surgery and the depart-
ment of homeopathic medicine will be
permitted to take advantage of the
clinics.
As soon as an architect can be se-
cured to provide plans for the build-
ing, the work on the new hospital will
be commenced.
VARSITY MEETS CORNELL IN
LAST GAME OF YEAR TODAY.
(Continued from page 1.)
the dope. Eminent critics who have
seen both teams play have divided as
to opinions and the layman is up in
the air. Cornell is twice as strong as
the team that played last Saturday
against Dartmouth. Sharpe, their
coach, is a Yale man, and according to
Yale tactics plays his whole season on-
ly for the last two games, the rest be-
ing of no consequence as to result.
Today the Red team thould be at the
height of its power, trained for this,
coached for this, and with its' best
stars fit and ready for battle. The
same might be said of Michigan. On
one point do critics agree and that is
that the final score will be close, and
the team that gets the "break' will
win.
The Cornell squad reached Detroit
early Friday morning and have been
kept at the country club there, having
a slight workout yesterday afternoon.
They will arrive in the city about noon
today and will probably go direct to
Ferry field. According to reports from
the easterner's camp, Butler,, Eyrch,
and Fritz, the men most to be feared,
are in grand shape, having been kept
out of the Dartmouth battle and will
start today. Moakley the veteran
trainer has made his course of train-
ing lead up to this minute and accord-
ing to him the team was never in bet-
ter shape.
Michigan had its final signal practice\
last night running through formations
and walking scrimmage in learning
Cornell plays. Farrell last night stat-
ed that with one exception the entire
squad was in good condition and
should last without any trouble. This
exception is Charlie Barton, the lanky
boy who is counted on as center in
case Paterson goes out. He has been
suffering from an attack of stomach
trouble but it is believed his condition
is not such as to keep him out entirely.
"Bubbles" Paterson will surely start
and is said to be in better condition
than is generally supposed. Craig,
Huebel, and Hughitt have entirely re-
covered from the Quaker battle and
will be seen in their regular berths
when the whistle blows.
The lineup as announced Friday
morning seems liable to stand and ac-
cording to critics represents Michi-
gan's strongest front. But there was
still another shift last night in the de-
fensive lineup that looks good. Pon-
tius and Torbet will start at ends but
on defense "Brute" will be sent back
up the line while Thomson will be sent
out to the extremity. Cole and Musser
will play tackles but ondefense Mus-
ser will play loose center while Al-
mendinger is shifted to tackle and
Paterson put in as guard. The center
trio is intact while Huebel will direct
the team. Thomson will be at full and
Craig and Hughitt will start at halv-
es. Clearly this is Michigan's strong-
est offense and the shifting of the men
on defense is a clever move for now
these various men will be playing in
positions where their various styles of
defensive playing can be best used.
A large delegation of Cornell under-
graduates are due to arrive in the city
this morning and hundreds of their
alumni have already hit town. There
is considerable betting on the game but
it has all been at even money except
for some varied wagers on the size of

the score. A huge Cornell banquet
was held in Detroit last night and was
well attended, all the Cornell coaches
and trainers giving short talks and
while they made no definite statements
they promised a hard close battle.
The gates of Ferry field will be
thrown open at 12:30 and the refer-
ee's whistle will sound at 2:00 o'clock
sharp. It is expected the bleachers
will be entirely filled by that time and
the standing bleachers will be thrown
open as soon as the gates open.

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