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FRIDAY, NOVE1+MBER:1 20, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRUEE

NEW STRUCTURE ISi
ylanrt, Will# ~i ,nA -re,-, f Floor Spate,
(aaAceon ti iodite 4) ver li ',Qfl
llo flood Yearly
HAS EVERY FACILITY
ihigan's new hospital dedicated
at the meeting last night is the
largest plant of its hind in the world i
;_urpassing all other university and
rolleg e mdical institutions accordingI
to, recent comparisons. There are
b)ut ten larger hospitals of any type
in the country, all these being state
or ceounty institutions.
Thie building is nine stories high
andw contains accommodations for 700
paztientts. Figuring 17 days as the'
average stay of patients, the hospital
can care for more than 15,000 persons
every year. There are 27 laboratories, i
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Dedication Of Hospital 'Marksj
Goal Of Seven Years' Labor
Dohdieation of the now University1 when the hospital authorities decided
hospital last nght marked the realiza- that the unit plan was not ab sound
tion (Jf plans laid more than seven one and asked the state for funds suf-
y ears ag o by 1)r. Christopher G. Par- ficient to construct the entire build-
1!ell, director of the hospital from 1917 ing. When this sum was refused Dr.
to 1924. Parnell began work with the limited
rLI1 1917 when the 01(d building first. funds he had secured two years be-
1)Cgail to prov\e inadequate, Dr. Par-I fore, the foundations and shell of the
72(1l began a campaign to secure ai building being raised at that time.
plant that would be in accord with the The foundation was made unusually'
j ize of the University. His first plan strong with the result that it will be
was to build the new hopsital in units ;
and( he securedl an appropriation from
the Legislature in session in 1917 All Wool Pre-Shirunk in Beautif
which wiouldl enalble him to begin workI
on that ha sis. This first appropriation IjAN
aotetoaot$0,0.,S ISNothing further was done until 19191

p o s h o pt Il 1 1 0 I 6dto th1e building .
This exhaused tihe nieaprpi
ation of 1917. XN'hen ih- ae1rsdn
M~arion Looy hulrn ;apperee(r
the Legislat ure in, 1 21 vw;Itli hi bId .
SIing program it w ,;,again deide o
lev h on~0i )( !(until a later dater, adth lrs, a[-
reaidy constructed stod ile unt1il
t1924.
D uringth ailaiv 'in f
1 92,, the saewslnl esae
to make possilel (111 zp; l i o olithep
building. Work xwas res-ued in" 1!-24
(Continued onPae1ig)
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Hospitals Furnish Unique Plant For Education-Cabot

.h rown upon the University the obli-1
f-ation of developing the social aspects
of hospital work and demonstrating!
that all great hospitals are social as!
1well as medlical institutions charged
with thme position of assisting in the

Our University hospitals

are, I hre- pital, the University Dill have at its' important function in relation to the

"i"" ~~5f"'' ' hve, a unique plant ini university! d"-po>:iibettwii 1r 100 and 1200 beds,
ampithatesandnumros sall Imedical education. It is not many thich in mny Judgment is amply suf- 1
lecture and assembly rooms. There I I3yeas sinc it was denied by a high ticicl=it to carry 011 medical education'
are two miles of corridors, ten acres atoiyta optlpplto ttehgettp nlas of1
a t o i y t a a ho p t l p p l t o 'tc th hi h s ty e a d a s to ll-of floor space and nine elevato rs, ufl iemit to justify a m edical sc ol'o fill t he ot her 'o l igations w hich a greatclagwi h n t e b ld g s al . ty 'he co rT cwhu r d a h wn t eIT a e, t i l l wn u d s ot nk )} #
According to Dr. Harley A. Haynes ct.rl org hc a hw h iiesiy t olItik i
,the hospital is modern in every re- byDa auhni udrain ou( onlt tikoyti'opia s
spect and lacks nothing that could b enVuhni netkn oai srn otiko hshsia s
be sedin ay f euipent Th Ibuild up a medical school here was tablishnieirt only in relation to lniedi-.
-ray divofianverynehigheorderin0pioneer work. c.-l education. ''ils is an imp~ort ant
Xeerayo divirsionalone coers 10,00With the. completion of the new hos- phase, but thle ho. pital clearly hsa
tion has a system of wires running II1 11J
toalparts of the building bymenI=
of which it is possible to keep inj
accurate touch with the heart pul-I~JJ4
sations of any patient.
Thme three underground floors of .THRU
the building are given over' entirelyA
to servicing the plant. Here are the 1=SATU11JRDAY) A
kitchens, the pharmacy department' ___________________ ___________ _
and the electric refrigeration sys - 6 P~1:~ %))8:0___ _________________
tem. -
A hospital school is conducted daily,~-
by the King's Daughters for the 100
crippled children who are in the build- {=
ing for long periods of time. 0
Over 1500 meals are served from J
the hospital kitchens each day. The From thte Novel by Tlwefty A uthocrs with C
daily food requisitions include 240 I
gallons of milk, 71 pounds of coffee,I MARIE PREVOST KENNETH H4ARLAN
25 bushels of potatoes, 650~ pounds of = LOGUISE FAZENDA JOH-N ROCI--E
meat, and, 260 dozens of eggs.
More than $3,800,000 was spent in -
construction of the building of which
$400,000 went for equipment alone._
DETROIT THEATRES A I
THIS WEEK
Schbet afayette at Shelby -
Nghts, 5octo$3 :
Bargain Mat.,
Thurdaybestseats, $2. Sat. Mat., 5oc to $2.50
ThurdaybestTel, Cadillac, 8705
101h WEEK-
The STUfDENT PRINCEI Q iU-
The"Musical Triumph of a Generation
Thanksgiving Mat. Tickets Ready'?4I
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Sat. Mat. 50c to $1.50 =8I U1k4 t
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FRIENDLY ADVICE: Secure Seats Early iii 11' I (i 1!! li if1! 1111
N ights 75c to $1.50 filtl Ilt !11 liii ill !S i 1 Flit ti l
Donstelle Playhouse tues.'rhnrs.&zSat I ! ! it. it ,lii 'it tu1i~ l~l t F"t1,.
Mats. 5oc and 75c - iltl' i
Woodward at Eliot Tel. Glendaleg99
SECOND AND LAST WEEK
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pe(ople of Ithe state of Michigan and economic difficulties of sick peopleI
also to the medical professioni of the as well as their purely physical ill-
slt.It should he the intention of ness5.
the University to gather heyx a group It thus appears that the University
of experts who would be at the ser-; has assumed in this hospital estab-
vice of the p)eole and assist in un- lishment a great obligation, the effic-
ra'relim"; the (difficult piroblemns of nmmd- ient discharge of which will call for
icinme which are met by the p~hysicianms much wisdom and sound judgment.
of thle state. There Is also I thrinlk, HUGH CAB6T, M. D.

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