DR. W. A. CAMPBELL OUSTED From His Position as Demonstrator of Anatomy at the U. of M' At the meeting of the board of r6. genta Tuesday two matters of interest were disposed of. In the one case Dr M. L. D'Ooge tendered his resignation as dean of the literary department wbich he has held for the past seven years. His resignation was aocepted and Prof. Richard Hudson was appointed in his place. In the other the'old flght of the medical faoulty against Dr. William A. Campbell, demonstrator of anatomy acd who was in line for Dr. Ford's ohair at the time of that gentlernau's death when Dr. MoMnrrich was callea here from the Cincinnati college, which has been raging ever since that time was fought ont to the bitter end JVIonday and Tuesday and Dr. Campblell went down in honorable defeat before the superior forces of his enemies and he was bounoed. The means taken was the same as that used in the Gibbes' oase - his chair was abolished. The regret of the students at Dr. Campbell'a departure from the ü. of M. is siLcerely and Ioudy expressed as he has been a member of the medical faoulty for 14 years and was universally liked by the students of both the homeopathie and regular schools who have taken work under bim on account of the thuroughness of bis work. Dr. Kiefer, one of the regenta, is quoted as saying that the action of the board in Dr. Campbell's case was "to preserve harmony; that is all."