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S1 11U1I UIIUUIIU UIIUIILI
ON NEW HOSPITAL SITE,
Work was actually commenced on
the new University hospital yesterday1
morning when ground was .first brok-
en. The excavating alone, which is,
contracted for by Snyder and Son of'
Ann Arbor, will take from six weeks'
to two months and will require the1
removal of 25,000 cubic yards of earth.,
Buildings To Be Connected 1
The hospital will consist of three
connected buildings, the .administra-
tion building in front, then the main
hospital in the middle with a building
devoted to sepcial purposes such as
laboratories, operating rooms, etc., in
the rear. The entire structure will be
of re-enforced concrete construction,
faced with brick.'
Facing on Ann street, the hospital
will cross Observatory street, shut-
ting it off, and it is planned to have
the entrance to the administrationj
building face directly down Observa-
The Administration building is toj
be 150 feet long, the main hospital,
which is a building with two wings,
forming V's, at each end, 420 feet
long and the rear building 256 feet.r
Some comparative idea of the size
may be obtained when it is realized
that the rear building is 10 feet longer
than the greatest length of the Nat-
ural Science building.
Accommodations for 600
The hospit 1 proper will be six
stories in height, but it is so construct-
ed that it will be possible to add to it,
and it is hoped at some future time
to double its size and capacity. Pres-
ent plans call for a hospital which
will accommodate 600 patients.
The equipment will be complete and
modern in every .detail. X-ray, diag-
nosis and research work of every type
will be special features. As yet. con-
tracts have not been let for the con-
crete . and brick work, but advertise-
ments for bids will appear, in the near
Chimes Board Will Meet Tonight
The board of directors of The Mich-
igan Chimes will meet at six o'clock
tonight in the Michigan Union. This
will be the first of a series of Tues-
day evening meetings scheduled for
the entire: school year.
Herbert C. Garrison, '17, formerly
of the sports staff of The Daily and
S. S. Attwood, '18E, ex-president of
the Student council, were in Ann Ar-
bor over the week-end. Attwood is
working at the Packard Motor Car
company in Detroit. Garrison is work-
ing on the Detroit Times.
Former Daily Ian Resumes Studies
Lee Joslyn, '17, formerly city editor
of The Daily, has returned to Ann Ar-
bor to resume his studies in the Uni-
versity. He will be a junior law stu-
VARSITY BAND TRYOUT TO
BE HELD WEDNESDAY
. . The competitive tryout for the var-
sity band will be held at 7:30 Tues-
day night in the School, of Music. Mr.
Wilfred Wilson, directpr of the band,
will conduct this tryout which is open
to *all men on the campus except
All men trying out will be expected'
to report at the regular rehe.rsal
Wednesday at 7:00.
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