A gentleman well posted on nniversity mat vers and intiinately acquaintec with iho members of the board of regent-, said to the Daily Argns that the fears of Aid. Harnilton, iu reference to emiting the word "homeopathie" trom the deed for the new hospital site are ■well gronnded. He says that the board of regents would uot keep the hoineopatihc college in Ann Arbor if they conld get ont of it ; that the men iu Detroit would uever give up tryiug to get the homeopathie college down there. He even intimated that City Attorney Norris was either intentionalJy or nnintentionally working to put the deed in shape so that lik'e tüe free fceds promised in the University hospital, it would be soon forgotten and no one would know wno ever made such a promise. IL the word "homeopathie" is in the deed, the regents could never dispose of the building and land for other purposes. If the regents meant to do what is righfc they could not object to it . The friends of homeopathy shonld insist upon the vote of the people being carried out. Thepeople voted to raise money to purchase a site for a homeopathie hospital.