I The common coiuicil held a special ■eeting Monday uihgt to make a fonnHrequest of the board of regents íor fcojjfree beds for city patients iu the kversity hospital. It is understood B'he medical facnlty are prepared Bi;v recommemlation that the reJP'f be granted. Tliis is in consider■ n of the fact that vlien the hoskvere bni the city voted 8'-.j,Hf"""fls thcm. and tho n.-c of the B C were promised at that tiine, yroini.se was uever kept. Jttorney Norris last uight re■t.i that he had assuranees that pBreqnest wenlcl now be granterl. Ind. Haniütoii did not think the Bhould hurry the matter any. He he nniversity anthorities M-ere iii rooi faith. m Prime Minister of Aun Arbor Bn that it was ueeessary to have vmatter bronglit before the board ■regenta in a formal marnier so that msy wonld have something to act ■ 'ii. And the alderman of the First naíetioed. The resolnfion passed. ( fciiii Arbor will, wheu the new HoKiathic hospital is completed, get js there and two freo beds B yestlt hospital.