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AICHIGAN DAILY

PHYSICIANS WANT
MUNICIPAL HOSPITAl

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S HUBER T
DETROIT
Broadway Brevities
of 1920

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Nights 76c to $3 wed, and Sof. h~a! nci 50c to $2

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
"Lit Student" in his letter published
in The Daily of March 18, calls atten-
tion to the large number of deficiencies
in the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts during the past semester,
and by implication, if not direct state-
ment, charges the faculty with com-
plete responsibility. The point of
v~iew of an outsider may have little
value, but attention should be called
to at least two considerations over-
looked by your correspondent.
The first of these is that a consider-
able number of students enter the Un-
iversity without adequate preparation.
The responsibility for this may fall to
the student in some cases, or it may
fall to his preparatory school. Even
lax entrance requireiments may be
partly at fault. If a University is not
to enter the field of the high school and
the grade school, it must be permitted
to admit only such as are prepared.
The second consideration is the at-
titude of the student. Does he show
the attitude toward his work that
might reasonably be expected of a
student in a University? This is a
pertinent question, even in a state in-
stitution, for the state has reason to
expect a reasonable return on its in-
vestment. I cannot say with authority
what the answer is in all cases, or
even in a hundred. Yet much of the
evidence secured is not indicative'of a
favorable verdict. More than one fresh-
man has told me this year that he
considered one" hour eno gh, time to
spend in the preparation of any les-
son. If he had given the subject any
consideration, he invariably told me
that he did not consider a "45-hour
week" too long for a laborer. Yet he
would have the state, and possibly
his parents, give him the, means for a
comfortable living in return for thirty-
two hours a week spent at his work
Allow two hours for preparing a les-
son, and even then the demands will
scarcely exceed union hours.
I do not argue that the faculty is
perfect; I only suggest that in fair-
ness to all we must consider the prob-
lem in all details-or suspend judg-
ment. Possibly our system of senior
advisors is not fulfilling its premises:
ENGINEER.
SENIOR LITS NOTICE
Senior lits are urged by the
committee to be measured for
caps and gowns immediately at
George Moe's, North University.
avenue. This is important.'

Detroit, March 23.-In a resolution
proposed by Dr. J. R. Rupp at a meet-
ing of the Wayne County Medical soci-
ety, last night, the serious situation of
limited hospital accommodation was
clearly pointed out and the recom-
mendation for a new municipal hospit-
al which would be owned and operated
by the city, to be open to all prac-
titionersand their patients, regardless
of whether the former was a member
of the staff of the hospital or not. Dr.
Rupp pointed out that every hospital
in Detroit is crowded at thespresent
time, and that in times past when
plenty of beds were accessible the hos-
pitals have been monopolized by staff
members to whom the hospitals. cater
almost exclusively.
The resolution, which was passed
after more than two hours discussion,
explains how the relations btween pri-
vate practititioner and patient would
be retained. It gives some relief from
they present bed shortage, the ratio in
Detroit being 3.5 beds for every 1,000
people.
RIFLE TEAM CANNOT BE
REGULAR VARSITY SPORT
"There are only two reasons that I
can see why the rifle team as it exists
under the control of the R. O. T. C.
could not be made an exponeut of
Varsity sport," said Maj. Robert
Arthur, professor of military science
and tactics in the University, yester-
day. "These two reasons are the fact
that we are at present, obliged to ob-
serve eligibility rules, and that other
than R. O. T. C. men would be eligible
to the, team if we were obliged to
compete . under Varsity eligibility'
rules. If these two points could be
adjusted satisfactorily I see no oth-
er reasons why the team should not be
recognized as a Varsity organization.
We have a team which can boast an
average marksmanship ability per man
of 90 out of «every 100 shots, and do it
consistently."
WANTED-AUTOMOBILES
Four automobiles are wanted
for Saturday, March 26, for use
in the morning and evening to
convey the visiting Cornell ath-
letes about the campus. Stu-
dents having automobiles which
they will offer to this use are
asked to call R. A. Bailey, '22,
phone 355.

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Neither pity nor regret was in the heart of Kenne McComb
when he first learned of the wretchedness of his former fiancee,
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